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PART 3: 
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CLASS C. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; nubarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To fiave Kpace the copvriffht notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the fln>t 
title, if printed In full, would read, "Copyright by Amt A. Aadne, Brooklyn, N, Y. Class C. XXc. 
no. 121405, May 15. 1906; 2 copies receivon June 14, 1906." 



Aadne (Amt A. ), Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 

Come, oh come! my sweetheart, come, 

oome; song and refrain by Amt A. 

Aadne. (C 121405, May 15, 1JK)6; 2 c. 

June 14, 1906.) 55964 

Abbott (Ambrose) & oc, 
London, England. 
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore Him; 
anthem by Edmund Turner. (C 123793, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

55965 

Adams (Ida Allene), Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Memories of thee; words by I. A. A., 
music by Charles Wadsworth Russ. 
(C 122110, Mav 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 55966 

Adelphi music company, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Just because; a woman's reason; words 

by E. L. Morgan, music by W. Ivans. 

(C 123329, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 

1906.) 55967 

Alexander (Frederick), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sweetheart (A) just for me; words and , 
music by Frederick Alexander. (C 
123855, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906. ) 

55968 

American book company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Crossing the bar; music by H. W. Jones. 
Natural music course leaflets, no. 555. 
Miscellaneous chorus. ( A 145693, May , 
12, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 55969 | 

Anderson (C. E.), Decatur, 
111. 
King Elk; two step by C. E. Anderson 
for piano. (C 123482, June 15, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 55970 

Anderson (Edna), United 

States. 

Lnoky; march and two step by £. An- 

dereon for piano. (C 122844, June 4, 

1906; 1 c. June 4, 1906; 1 c. June 21, 

1906.) 55971 



Apollo verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Auto-duett aus Hoch parterre links! von 
Paul Lincke fiir gesang und piano. (C 
123487, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 55972 

Ascherl)erg (E.) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Maigot; words by Arthur Chapman, mu- 
sic by William E. Hoy, no. 1 in D. 
(C 123807, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 55978 

no. 3 in F. (C 123318, June 12, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 55974 

Of you; words by Arthur Chapman, mu- 
sic by William E. Hoy, no. 1 in E flat. 
(C 123806, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 55975 

no. 3 in G. (C 123319, June 12, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 55976 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew (Limited), Lon- 
don, England. 
Beauty (The) of Bath; valse from *'The 
Beauty of Bath " by Herbert E. Haines 
for piano. (C 123422, June 14, 1906; 
2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 55977 

Attwooll (Harry), Ogden, 

Utah. 

California. Land of sunshine, flowers 

and gold; words and music by H. F. 

Attwooll. (C 100157, Aug. 7, 1905; 2 c. 

June 14, 1906.) 55978 

Augener (Limited), London, 

England. 

Changeful; (Flatterhaft) melodische 

etuden for the pianoforte bv Paul Zil- 

cher, op. 38 no 3. (C 123812, June 20, 

1906.) 55979 

Defiant; (Trotzig) melodische etiiden for 
the pianoforte by Paul Zilcher, op. 38 
no. 4. (C 123813, June 20, 1906. ) 

55980 

Devoted; (Ergeljen) melodische etuden 

for the pianoforte by Paul Zilcher, op. 

38 no. 2. (C 123811, June 20, 1906.) 

55981 
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A agener (Limited) , London, 
England. 
Festal; (Festlich) melodische etuden for 
the pianoforte by Paul Zilcher, op. 38 
no. 6. (C 123815, June 20, 1906. ) 

55982 
Folk song; ( Volkslied) Bohemian sketx^h 
for the pianoforte by H. Farjeon, op. 
16 no. 1. (C 123808, June 20, 1906.) 

55983 
Gipsy dance; (Zigeunertanz) Bohemian 
sketch for the pianoforte by H. Far- 
jeon, op. 16 no. 2. (C 123809, June 
20, 1906. ) 55984 

Humorous; (Launig) melodische etuden 
for the pianoforte bv Paul Zilcher, op. 
:« no. 5. (C 123814, June 20, 1906. ) 

55985 

Wayward; (Mutwillig) melodische etu- 
den for the pianoforte by Paul Zilcher, 
op. 38 no. 1. (C 123810, June 20, 
1906. ) 55986 

2 c. each June 20, 1906. 

Ball (Chas. W. A.), Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 
Apollo (The) march and two-step; bv 
C. W. A. Ball for piano. (C 128540, 
June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 55987 

Ball (Francis E.), Bodie, 
Cal. 
Tie (The) that binds; words ami music; 
bv F. E. Ball. (C 121498, Mav 16, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 55988 

BalmerA Weber music house 
company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Children's promenade; march and song 
by Edward Cox Davis. (C 123880; 
June 21, 1906.) 55989 

Dreams of Spring; by Charles Jochem for 
piano. (C 123878, June 21, 1906. ) 

55990 
God rest ye merrie gentlemen; words by 
Miss Muloch, music by F. Marion Ral- 
ston. (C 123882, June 21, 1906.) 

55991 

Last (The) hope; religious meditation bv 
L. M. Gottschalk, ed. by R. Kalk'' for 
piano. (C 123885, June 21, 1906. ) 

55992 

Teach me, O I^rd; sacred solo for so- 
prano, words and music by Zella Leigh- 
ton Long. (C 123881, June 21, 1906.) 

55993 

Three sketches; a love cycle. My love for 
you. Parting and Memory, oy Fleta 
Jan Brown for voice and piano. (C 
123884, June 21, 1906. ) 55994 

When I found you; song for medium 
voice by Pauline Frances Camp. (C 
123877, June 21, 1906.) 55996 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. 



Battershill (Wm.), United 
States. 
Soul (The) redeemed; song bv W. Bat- 
tershill. (C 123659, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 55996 

Benedict (M. M.), Billings, 
N. Y. 
Mammv's hush song; words and music 
by .>i. M. Benedict. (C 121505, May 
16, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 55997 

Benskin ( Mr», C. A. ), Maumee, 

Ohio. 

Old Lit2 is dead; words bv Mr%. C. A. 

Benskin, music by Metropolitan music 

w. (C 122115, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906.) 55998 

Birchard (C. C. ) & co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ave Maria; words by Thomas Harpin, 
music by Henry Smart arr. bv W. L. T. 
(C 12:i510, June 15, 1906.) ' 55999 

Dainty little maiden; words by Alfred 
Tennyson, music by Laura Wickes. (C 
123524, June 15, 1906.) 56000 

(ii(>8y song; Roumanian folk song, words 
hy Marv Frances (ialvin, music arr. bv 
N. Clifford Page. (C 12:^11, June 15, 
1906.) 56001 

Hark! hark! the lark; words by William 
Shakesjieare, music by Franz Schubert 
arr. by Ralph L. Baldwin. (C 123518, 
June 15, 1906.) 56002 

Harp (The) that once thro' Tara's hall: 
music arr. by Henry F. Gilbert. (C 
123522, June 15, 1906.) 56003 

It is good to be alive; words by Char- 
lotte Perkins Stetson, music bv J. 
Remington Fairlamb. (C 123508, 
June 15, 1906.) 56004 

Ivon, my delight; words by M. C. Gil- 
lingtun, old Breton air, arr. by W. L. 
T. (C 123526, June 15, 1906. ) 58005 

Jjaurel music reader, ed. by W\ L. Tom- 
lins. (A 148486, June 15, 1906.) 56006 

Ix>w (The) backe<l c^r; words by Samuel 
Lover, arr. by Frank Belknap. (C 

123514, June 15, HK)6.) 56007 

Massa dear; words by Frederick Manley, 
music by Arthur Johnson. (C 123517, 
June 15, 190(). ) 56008 

Massa' s in de cold ground; words and 
music bv Stephen C. Foster, arr. by 
Frank Belknap. (C 123521, June 15, 
1906.) 56009 

May pole dance; words by M. T. Lough- 
lin, music by Jakobowski arr. bv Os- 
l)orne McConathv. (C 123528, June 
15, 1906.) 56010 

Merry sailor's farewell; words by Earl of 
Dorset, music by Maurice Arnold. (C 

123515, June 15, 1906.) 56011 



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Birchard (C. C.) & co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Morning song; words by Clinton Scol- 
lard, mnsic by Harvey Worthington 
Looinis. (C 123516, June 15, 1906. ) 

66012 

JSight (The) hae a thousand eyes; words 
by Francis W. Bourdillon, music by 
Edward Bailev Birge. (C 123507, June 
15, 1906.) ■ 66018 

Old black Joe; words and music by 
Stephen C. Foster, arr. by W. W. Gil- 
christ. (C 123525, June 15, 1906. ) 

66014 

Old dog Tray; wonls and music bv 
Stephen A. Foster, arr. by Frank Bel- 
knap. (C 123520, June 15, 1906.) 

66016 

Prayer (A); from Cavalleria Rusticana 
by Pietro Mascagni; words by Alonzo 
Dewey, music arr. by Henry F. Gil- 
}yen. (C123513, June 15, 1906.) 66016 

Robin Adair; words by Caroline Keppel, 
arr. by Frank Belknap. (C 123519, ; 
June 15, 1906.) 66017 ' 

Sandman (The); music by Brahms, arr. 
by W. W. Gilchrist (C 123512, June 
15, 1906.) 66018 

Sir Simon de Mountford; old English 
air arr. bv N. L. T. (C 123523, June 
15, 1906.) ' 66019 

Sleep noble hearts; words by Frederick 
Manley, music by F. Mendelssohn arr. 
by N. Clifford Page. (C 123527, June 
15, 1906.) 660S0 

Song of the leader; poem by Frederick ' 
>ianley, music from traditional Omaha 
Indian melody. (C 123529, Jane 15, 
1906. ) 66021 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Boosey & oo., London, Eng- 
land. 
F^nrptian love song; words by Francis 
Barron, music by J. Airlie Dix. (C 
123589, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 66022 

Sergeant Brue selection; by Liza Leh- 
mann, arr. by J. Ord Hume for band. 
(C 123588, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 66028 

Song (A) of the home-land; words by 
H. K. Haweis, music adapte<l and arr. 
from Arthur Sullivan's ** Hvmn of the 
Homeland" by J. E. Newell. (V 
\2M27y June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 
1906. ) 66024 

Won't you buy? song from **The girl 
behind the counter," by J. St. A. John- 
Hon and Augustus Barrett. (C 123428, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 

66026 



Boroughs (Samuel E. ), Den- 
ison, Tex. 
How sweet the thought; words and music 
by S. E. Boroughs. (C 123125, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66026 

Bragdon (Jennie H.), Au- 
gusta, Me. 
Jesus died for me; words by J. H. Brag- 
don, music bv Metropolitan music co. 
(C 122108, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 66027 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, New 
York, N. Y. 
Sennsucht; song for soprano with piano 
accomp. by Marta Nieh. (C 123502, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 

66028 

Brown & Edwards music 

companv, Wilmington, 

Del. 

Alabama frolic; characteristic march and 

two step by Will M. S. Brown for 

piano. (C 123868, June 21, 1906.) 

66029 

Carmena; words and music by Anna 
Adams Beste. (C 123867, June 21, 
1906.) 66080 

Our Delaware; words by Geo. B. Hyn- 
son, music by Will M. S. Brown. (C 
123582, June 18, 1906.) 66081 

Passing (The) of the Regulars; march and 
two step by Will M. S. Brown for piano. 
(C 123866, June 21, 1906.) 66082 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. 

. Buckminster (Rebecca C. ), 
United States. 
He has gone and left me; song bv R. C. 
Buckminster. (C 123697, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66083 

Byrd (Mamie Franklin), 
United States. 
Death comes at the dawn; song by M. F. 
Byrd. (C 123694, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 66084 

Cain (A. C), United States. 
Old (The) highway; song bv A. C. Cain. 
(C 123687, June 18, 1906; *2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 66086 

Canadian American music 

company (Limited), 

Toronto, Ontario, 

Canada. 

Ida valse; for piano bv Louis Payette. 

(C 123887, June 21," 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906.) 66086 

Cariton (Calvin F. ), Atlanta, 
Ga. 
If I should wander back again to-night; 
words by C. F. Carlton, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. (C 122050, May 24, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 66087 



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Casa Dot^slo, Madrid, Spain. 
Fantafsfe sur la Gran vfa; par A. Velaeco, 
musique de Mm. Ohneca etValverde 
pour orcheetre, piano ace. (C 123634, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56038 

pour piano. (C 123635, June 18, 

1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66089 

Guitarras y panderetas; pasa-calle para 
pianoporJ.TaboadaSteger. (C 123636, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56040 

por Joaquin Taboada Steger para 

orcnestra piano conducteur. ( 1 23637, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56041 

Keina Victoria; cancion Espailola, milsica 
y letra de M. Sarrablo, canto y piano. 
(C 123326, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906.) 56042 



eexteto y piano. (C 123325, June 12, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 56048 

Victoria Eugenia, vals EspafXol para 
orcheetre piano-conducteur por J. Tabo- 
ada Steger. (C 123633, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56044 

para piano por J. Taboada Steger. 



(C 123632, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56046 

Cassard (Vernon), Paris, 
France. 
Biddy McKay; song in key of C, words 
and music by Vernon Cassard. (C 

123733, June 19,1906; 2c. June 13,1906.) 

56046 

Chaffee (Alfred G.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Isle (The) of Bing selections; words and 
music by A. G. Chaffee. (C 123538, 
June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. 66047 

Chappell & CO., London, 
England 
Dairymaids (The); valse on melodies by 
Paul A. Rubens and Frank E. Tours, 
arr. by Leonard Williams for piano. 
(C 123890, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906.) 56048 

For you alone. Vilanelle; words by 
Edward Tescheniacher, French words 
by E. Guinaud, music by (Juyd'Harde- 
lot, no. 2 in F. (C 123892^ June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 66049 

(lirl (The) behind the counter; lancers 
on melodies by Howard Talbot, arr. 
by I^eonard Williams for piano. (C 

123734, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56050 

valse on melodies bv Howard Tal- 



bot, arr. by I^onard Williams, for pi- 
ano. (C 123891, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21 , 1906. ) 56051 



Chappell & CO., London, 
England. 
Very near; song from *'The Little cher- 
ub;" words by J. Hickory Wood, music 
by Ivan Caryll. (C 123320, June 12, 
1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 56052 

When he comes home; song from the 
French of Maurice Maeterlinck, Eng- 
lish version by Fred G. Bowles, music 
by Franco Leoni. (C 123889, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 5^063 

Chase ( Th orington ) , Neo- 
sho. Mo. 
Waltz Las Filipinas, by T. Chase, op. 1, 
no. 4. (C 108113, Nov. 24, 1905; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56054 

Chinn (Charles), Los Ange- 
les, Cal. 
Oh sweet Alice; words and music by C. 
Chinn. (C 118625, Mar. 27, 1906; *2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56056 

Choudens, Paris, France. 
Clos (Le); op6ra-comique en quatre acten 
d'apr^s le roman d' A. Achard, po^me de 
Michel Carr4, musique de Ch. Silver, 
partition, chant et piano. (C 123327, 
June 12, 1906.) 56056 

Paradis (Le) de Mahomet; opdrette en 
trois actes de Henri Blondeau, musique 
de Robert Planquette, compl^t6 par 
Louis Ganne, partition chant et piano. 
(C 123322, June 12, 1906. ) 56057 

2 c. each June 12, 1906. 

Church (Amanda R. ), Cus- 
ter Township, Mich. 
Theme ( A) for loval hearts; song by Mrs. 
A. Church. (C 119820, Apr. 26, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56058 

Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Drop (A) o' dew; song by Wintter 
Havnes Watts for low voice. (C 123409, 
Juiie 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 

56059 

In April; song by Charles Gilbert Spross 
for low voice. (C 123410, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56060 

Love's life; song by Wintter Haynes 
Watts for low voice. (C 12:^08, June 
14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 56061 

Marjorie schottische; for band by R. B. 
Hall. (C 123378, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906.) 56062 

Nocturne (A) "The white rose lover;" 
song by Charles Gilbert Spross for low 
voice. (C 123411, June 14, 1906; 1 c. 
June 14, 1906; 1 c. June 23, 1906.) 

56068 



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Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
love of God most free; by Oley Speaks 
for mixed voices. (C 123443, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56064 

Clayton (Morris P.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Glory to Thee; anthem, words and music 
by M. P. Clayton. (C 123078, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56066 

Clodfelter (Olivia), United 
States. 
Life (The) of two brothers; song by O. 
Clodfelter. (C 123668, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56066 

Coles (Chae. H.), Middle- 
town, Conn. 
I-«ary's alleyway; arr. for orchestra bv 
Herman Bellstedt. (C 123847, June 
20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 56067 

Cook (David C.) publishing 

company, Elnn, 111. 

Ring out, O bells; words by Howard W. 

Lyman, music by Mrs, H. W. Lyman. 

(C 123896, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 

1906.) 56068 

Cook {Dr, N. M.), United 

States. 

Ideue; song by Dr. N. M. Cook. (C 

123677, June 18, 1906.) 56069 

Sunday (The) tribune; words by Dr, N. 
M. Cook, music by C. Ricardo. (C 

123678, June 18, 1906.) 56070 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Cooke (Henry E.), Warren, 

Ohio. 

Twenty-five hymns from the Hymnal of 

the Church; set to new tunes, by H. E. 

Cooke. (A 146090, May 11, 1906; 2 c. 

June 20, 1906. ) 56071 

Cox (A.) &, CO., Toronto, 
Canada. 
Silver slipper waltz; for piano by Arlev 
Wentwith. (0 122083, May 25, 1906; 

1 c, June 7, 1906; 1 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

56072 

Crusha (Edwin A. ), London, 
England. 
Magnificat, and nunc dimittis; set to 
music in chant form with varied har- 
monies by E. A. Crusha. (C 123631, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56078 

Dacre (Louie), Chicago, 111. 
Candy (The) boy, written and composed 
by L Dacre. (C 123403, June 14, 1906; 

2 c June II, 1906.) 56074 



D'Ailly (H. A. H.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Hear us Svea. Swedish national hymn 
by G. Wennerberg, trans, by H. A. H. 
d'Ailly for quartett for mixed voices. 
(C 123883, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 56075 

Davies ( A. Georgia), Canada. 
Drifting away; song by Freda Ernst. 
(C 123620, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56076 

Dellafield (Henry), Boston, 
Mass. 
; Dance of the fawns; for piano by H. 
Dellafield. (C 123805, June 20, 1906; 
2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56077 

Desforges (Robert) , New Or- 
leans, La. 
.My English queen; words and music by 
K. Desforges. (C 123814, Apr. 25, 1906; 
2 c. Apr. 25, 1906.) 56078 

Detert (Alvina), United 
States. 
Old (The) home is best; song by A. De- 
tert. (C 123664, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56079 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Carcassi's method for the guitar; with 
English and Spanish text and addi- 
tional studies and recreations, edited 
and revised by C. C. Santisteban. (C 
123709, June 18, 1906. ) 56080 

Great and marvelous; anthem for festi- 
val or general use by Edmund Turner, 
edited by H. Clough-Leighter. (C 
123708, June 18, 1906. ) 56081 

Mood (A) of spring; bv N. Clifford Page 
for piano. (C 123706, June 18, 1906.) 

56082 

Rollinson's modern school for the drum, 
tympani, xylophone and glockenspiel, 
by T. H. RolUnson. (C 123710, June 
18, 1906.) 56088 

Tarantella; by A. Piec7>onka, edited and 
fingered by Hans Lichter for piano. 
(C 123707, June 18, 1906.) 56084 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Dort;ch (D. E.), Columbia, 
Tenn. 
Our anti-saloon league songs. (A 148385, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

56085 

Downing (Beatrice McGin- 

nis), Pittsburg, Pa. 

Scrap (A) of the dress she wore; song 

written and composed by Wm. C. 

Downing and B. McG. Downing. (C 

118229, Apr. 5, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

56086 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Dreililien verlag, Berlin, 
Germany. 

Alte Schweizer; maennerchor von Rudolf 
Buck, op. 22, no. 1. (C 123484, June 
15, 1906. ) 56087 

Frumbe landsknecht; maennerchor von 
Rudolf Buck, op. 22, no. 2. (C 123485, 
June 15, 1906. ) 56088 

Im torweg; maennerchor von Rudolf 
Buck, op. 22, no. 3. (C 123486, June 

15, 1906.) 56089 
2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Du^at {Mrs. Helenor), Day- 
ton, Tex. 
lx)ver's (A) forgiveness; words by Mrs. 
Helenor Dngat, music by Metropolitan 
music CO. (G 122049, ^lay 24, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 56090 

Duncan ( Florence Tnnison), 
Jacksonville, 111. 
Love's thoughts; song by F. T. Duncan. 
(C 123129, June 9, 1906; 1 c. June 9, 
1906; 1 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56001 

Dunham (Samuel IL), De- 
lair, N. J. 
JesuH a friend ever dear; words and 
music bv S. H. Dunham, (ij 12^^70, 
June 16,'l906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

56092 

Dupree (I^ena), Manor, Tex. 

Up to heaven where you stay; words by 

L. Dupree, music by John Martin. 

(0 117606, Mar. 29, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 56098 

Durand (A.) & filn, Paris, 

France. 

Jour d*4t^. a la Montague; par Vincent 

D'Indy, op. 61, pour P" violons. (C 

123537, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 

1906. ) 56094 

Durant (Pauline A.) and 
Caswell (Mary), United 
States. 
Songs of Wellesley; comp, & arr. by Cor- 
delia C. Nevers'and Robert H. Mont- 
gomery. (A 148433, June 8, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906.) 56095 

Eaatman ( A. H. ), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
I^ve in a gravej^ard; '"Twas only a 
<lream" bv Jos.'E. Ward for mandolin 
orchestra.' (C 123641, June 18, 1906.) 

56096 

Trumpeters (The) march; by Jas. Mascha 

for mandolin orchestra. (C 123640, 

June 18, 1906. ) 56097 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Edwards (Gus) music pub- 
lishing company, New- 
York, N. Y. 
Come take a skate with me; song by 
Browne and Edwards. (C 123547, June 

16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 56098 



Elderkin (G. W.), Chicago, 
111. 
Draw me Lord to Thee; words by James 
Rowe, music by G. W. Elderkin. (O 
123395, June 13, 1906. ) 56099 

He's never failed me yet; words by John- 
son Oatman, jr., music byG. W. Elder- 
kin. (C 123396, June 13, 1906.) 56100 

How sweet the thought; words by Janiet* 
Rowe, music bv G. W. Elderkin. (C 
123394, June 13^ 1906.) 56101 

JenuB mv Shepherd; words by Mrs. Cieo. 
D. Elderkin, music by G. W. Elderkin. 
(C 123:^ June 13, 1906.) 56102 

Light at eventide; words by Mrs. Geo. 
D. Elderkin, music by G. W. Elder- 
kin. (C 123385, June 13, 1906. ) 56103 

2 c. each June 13, 1906. 

Elderkin (Geo. D. ), Chicago, 
III. 
Go forward Christian soldiers; words bv 
l^urence Tuttiett, music by Ira B. Wif- 
pon. (C 123390, June 13, 1906.) 56104 

It is enough; words and music by Ira B. 
Wilson. (C 123388, June 13, 1906. ) 

66105 

Just when Thou wilt; words by Franoi.** 
Ridlev Havergal, music by Ira B. Wil- 
son. * {C 12;i*W9, June 13, 1906. ) 56106 

LightH (The) of home; words by Lizzie 
i)e Armond, music by W\ A. Post. (C 
123391, June 13, 1906.) 56107 

Loving JesuH ("hrist; words by J. T. 
l^atta, music by Ira B. Wilson. (C 
123387, June 13, 1906.) 56108 

That sweet name; words by Mrs. Geo. D. 
Elderkin, music by Chafe. H. Gabriel. 
(C 123392, June 13, 1906.) 56109 

Toil on, trust on; words by E. E. Hewitt, 
music by Victor H . Benke. ( C 123393, 
June 13, 1906.) 56110 

2 c. each June 13, 1906. 

Elderkin (Geo. D.) publish- 
ing company, Chicago, 111. 
Redeemer's praise; edited by G. W. 
Elderkin and Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (A 
148267, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56111 

Ellis (Effa), Council Bluffs, 

Iowa. 

Ellin illustrated music course for music 

teachers. lessons, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. 

(A 148324-148329, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 

June 1 3, 1906. ) 561 12-561 17 

Ellis (Robm), New York, 
N. Y. 
Dixie's land; bv Fred'k Dupontfor piano 
solo. (C 123704, Junel8, 1906.) 56118 

Mv old Kentucky home; by Frederick 
Dupont for piano. (C 123705, June 18, 
1906.) 56119 



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Ellis (Robin), New York, 
N. Y. 
iSereta; Spanish dance by (t. Oxlina for 
piano. (C 123703, June 18, 1906. ) 

56120 
2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Ellison (Thos. B. ), Columbia, 
S C 
(Tolden (The) club; words by T. B. Elli- 
son, music by Charles Wadsworth Kuss. 
(O 122109, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 56121 

Empire music company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Waiting at the church. My wife won't 

let me; medlev two step arr. by Emil 

Ascher for orchestra. (C 123874, June 

21, h.06; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 58122 

Enoch & sons, London, Eng- 
land. 
Chansons des brodeuses; pour piano par 
Paul Wachs. ( C 12.S736, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56128 

Poursuite (La); pour piano par Paul 
Wachs. (C 123735, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Jane 19, 1906.) 56124 

Wi)odland song; French words by L. 
Fortolis, English version by R. H. 
Klkin, music bv C. Chaminade, no. 1 
in F. (C 123854, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Juno 13, 1906.) 56125 

Ericsson (Johan Gustavus), 
United States. 
Part^Hl in San Francisco; song by J. G. 
Ericsson. (C 123681, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56126 

Fillmore brothers company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Arise, shine! words by P. H. Duncan, 
music by J. H. Fillmore. (C 123824, 
June 8, 1906.) 56127 

l>ord (The) is my Shepherd; words by 
Chas. M. Fillmore, music by Adam 
(ieibel for male voices. (C 123827, 
June 8, 1906.) 56128 

More like Thee; words by Mrs. C. L. 
Shacklock, music by Chas. H.Gabriel. 
(C 123825, June 8, 1906.) 56129 

Old fashioned flowers; words and music 
bv Chas. Gingrich. (C 123828, June 
8,' 1906. ) 56180 

Praise waiteth for Thee; anthem by Ira 
B. Wilson. (C 123826, June 8, 1906.) 

56181 

Wre<*k (The) of the Valencia; evangelis- 
tic solo bv J. H. Fillmore. (C 123829, 
June 8, 1906. ) 56182 

2 c. each June 8, 1906. 
26906— PT 3— 07 2 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 

wunderschoner wald; ged. E. Sur- 
laiily, music by P. Engetekirchen: op. 
2 no. 1 for male quartet. (C 123899, 
June 21, 1906.) 56188 

Witchery; ballata by W. F. Sudds: op. 
306 for orchestra. (C 123898, June 21, 
1906.) 56184 

2 c. each June 20, 1906. 

Fischer (J.) & bro.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Asperaes lue; chorus for male voices by 

E. J. Biedermann: op. 31 no. 1. (C 

123846, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) 56185 

Chant Requiem and Libera; Solesmes 
version, trans, into modern notation by 
Ignace MuUer. (C 123344, June 12, 
1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 56186 

Communion in E; for organ by Edouard 

Batiste: op. 29 no. 3 b. ed. by Ignace 

I Miiller. (C 123343, June 12, 1906; 2 

c. June 12, 1906.) 56187 

Communion in G; for organ by Ed. 
Batiste: op. 4 no. 1, ed. revised, fin- 
gered and registration indicated bv A. 
M. Knabel. (C 123345, June 12, 1906; 
2 c. June 12, 1906.) 56188 

Offertory in F; for organ bv Edouani 
Batiste, ed. by Ignace Miiller. (C 
123342, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906.) 56189 

Fitzgerald (Mrs. Ida Pearl), 
United States. 
On a summer eve; song by Mrs. I. P. 
Fitzgerald. (C 123680, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56140 

' Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

Are we down hearted, no! written and 

composed by George Robins. (C 

I 123622, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906.) 56141 

Cleopatra Finuegan; an Afro-Celtic in- 
termezzo by Neil Moret. Boosey & 
co.'s new supplemental journal for mil- 
itary bands no. 28. (C 123593, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56142 

Friiulein; My sweet German maid; words 
by Arthur Lamb, music by Selwyn B. 
Cromwell. (C 123645, June 18, 1906; 
2 V. June 18, 1906. ) 56148 

1 don*t only want you for my Sunday 
girl; written and composed by Charles 
Collins and Charles Ridgwell. (C 
123623, June 18, HK)6; 2 c. June 18, 

' 1906.) 56144 



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Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

I want Molly and she wants me; written 

by Fred W. Leigh, composed by T. W. 

Thurban. (C 123425, June 14, 1906; 

2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56145 

I^y-bird fly away home; written by 
Fred Murray and Charles Hilhury, 
composed bv Orlando Powell. (C 
123426, June' 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 
1906. ) 56146 

Mary Llewellyn; written and compo8e<] 
by E. W. Rogers. (C 123423, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 56147 

Piper MacFarlane; written by Harry i 
Lauder and Grerald Grafton, composecl 
by Harry Lauder. ( C 123424, J une 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 56148 

Rosalind; by Cecil Stanley for piano. 
(C 123621, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56149 

Roses de France; valse royale by A. 
Margis. Boosey's supplemental jour- 
nal for military bands no. 28. (C 
123591, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56150 

Teasing; bam dance by H. E. Pether. 
Boosey's supplemental journal for mili- 
tary bands, no. 28. (C 123592, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56151 

Victoria (The) cross; military two stt^p 
by Gustav Howig. Boosey's supple- 
mental journal for military bands no. 
28. (C 12:^590, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 
18, 1906. ) 66152 

Wouldn't you like to learn to love me; 
written and composed bv Edward 
Montagu. (C 123496, June 15, 1906; 
2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56158 

Frederick (August C), 
Unitea States. 
Dear mother, do not worry; pong by A. 
C. Frederick. (C 123667, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56154 

Gonigam (L. E.), United 
States. 
Golden (The) gate; song by L. E. Gon- 
igam. (C 123676, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56165 

Govern (A. A.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Ros-el; words by A. A. Govern, music by 
Metropolitan music co. (C 122056, 
May 24, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

66156 

Graham (Minnie Ix)ui6e), 

Sydney, Ohio. 

Love's fantasy; words by Ella Wheeler 

Wilcox, music by M. L. Graham. (C 

123869, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 

1906.) 58157 



Guenther (Lieut, Edw. T.), 

United States. 

ril be back at sunset, Nellie darling; 

song by Lieut. E. T. Guenther. (C 

123688, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906.) 56158 

Guettler (Louis), United 
States. 
I'll be waiting for vou there; song bv L. 
Guettler. (C 123693, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 13, 1906.) 56159 

Guilford (Earle E.), North 
Adams, Mass. 
If I had you; sone words by Myrtle 
Reed, music by K. E. Guilford. {C 
123897, June 6, 1906; 2 c. May 3, 1906. ) 

56160 

Gutman (F. O.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Thine only; waltzes by A. F. and G. R. 
Gustafson for mandolin club. (C 
123844, June 20, 1906.) 56161 

Valse Cissus; piano solo by Hal Coffel. 
(C 123845, Jime 20, 1906.) 

2 c. each June 20, 1906. 56162 

Gwynne (Elizabeth W.), 
United States. 
Lizv Ann will yer marry me? song bv 
E. W. Gwynne. (C 123684, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56163 

Hambv (A. C), University, 

N. C. 

Queen (The) of hearts; wordn by A. C. 

Hamby, music by Harry Alton Kussell. 

(C 121499, May 16, 19()iS; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 56164 

Hanscom (A/r». E. ), United 
States. 
Mother; song by Mrs. E. Hanscom. (C 
123673, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56165 

Harbaugh (Clara), United 
States. 
Only a broken heart; song bv C. Har- 
baugh. (C 123695, June 18,'l906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 66166 

Harms (T. B. ) company. 

New York, N. Y. 

Wouldn't you like to know; words by 

R. H. Burnside, music bv Gustave 

Kerker. (C 123642, June' 18, 1906; 

2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56167 

Harris ( Frederick ) company, 
London, England. 
On the wav to Kew; song in C by Albert 
Mallinson. (C 123560, June 16, 1906.) 

56168 



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Harris (Frederick) company, 
London, England. 
Hong-albuma vol. 1; for high voice so- 
prano or tenor by Albert Mallinson. (C 
123558, June 16, 1906.) 56169 

vol. 2; for high voice soprano or 

tenor by Albert Mallinson. (0 123559, 
June 16, 1906.) 56170 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

H arrison ( Mrs. R. F. ) , United 
States. 
Good-bve (A); song by Mrs. R. F. Har- 
rison." (C 123674, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56171 

Hasey (Ward Beacher), 
Somerville, Mass. 
Dancing spray; for piano by Herman 
Hough. (C 123384. June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906.) 56172 

Hatch music company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pet of the househola ^lop; by Oscar R. 
Blum for piano. (C 123534, June 15, 
1906.) 56178 

Pet of the household gavotte; by Oscar 
R. Blum for piano. (C 123533, June 
15, 1906.) 56174 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Haviland ( F. B. ) publishing 
company, New York, 
N. Y. 
Three (The) graces; musical company in 
3 acts; book by Harrv B. Smith, music 
by Safford Waters. 1 guess I talk too 
much. (C 123835, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 56175 

My dusky dream. (C 123834, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56176 

My Saratoga giri. (0 123831, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56177 

They were Irish. (C 123833, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56178 

You' re in love. (C 123832, June 20, 

1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56179 

When you were in your teens, Eileen; 
words by Bingham T. Wilson, music 
by William P. Johnston. (C 123836, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 

56180 

Woodland breezes; caprice for piano by 
John Francis Gilder, op. 78. (C123348, 
June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56181 

Hayes (L. C), Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Canada. 
I dream of thee; words by L. C. Hayes, 
music by Metropolitan music co. (0 
122036, May 24, 1906; 2c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56182 



Heins (Carl), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Y vette-marsch ; aus deroperette ** Yvette" 
von C. Heins, piano mit text. (C 123492, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 

56188 

Helf & Hager company. New 

York, N. Y. 

I'll be waiting in the gloaming, sweet 

Genevieve; song by J. Fred Helf for 

band arrangement. ( C 122437, May 31 , 

1906; 2 0. June 12, 1906. ) 56184 

Hines (Frank R.), Totten- 
ville, N. Y. 
I'd like to get acquainted; words by F. 
R. Hines, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. (C 121507, May 16, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906. ) 56185 

Hinkson (Laura B.), Ken- 

nett Square, Pa. 

Mary darling; words by L. B. Hinkson, 

music by Charles Wadsworth Russ. 

(C 122691, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 56186 

Hislop (Wm.), Ramona, 
Kans. 
Waiting; words by W. Hislop, music by 
Metropolitan music co. (0 122113, 
May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56187 
Hitchcock (Alice M.), 
United States. 
What the wires are singing to-day; song 
by Mrs. A. M. Hitchcock. (C 123696. 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56188 

Hodge (Susie) , Oneida, N. Y. 

When the autumn leaves are falling; 

words and music by S. Hodge. (C 

122894, May 26, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 

1906.) 56189 

Hofmeister (Friedr.), Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Erste OTgelsonate, von J. S. Bach; einse- 
richtet von F. Thieriot fiir zwei kla- 
viere. (C 123493, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56190 

Hohner (M.), New York, 
N. Y, 
Hohner accordieon instructor. ( A 148498, 
June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

56191 

Holbert (Letha), United 

States. 

Eventide memories; song by E. Holbert 

(C 123671, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906.) 56192 

Holcomb (E. Z.), Barker, 
N. Y. 
Hush-a-bye baby; words by E. Z. Hol- 
comb, music by Charles Wadsworth 
Russ. (C 121506, May 16, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906.) 56198 



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CATALOGUE OF OOFTBIOHT ENTRIES 



Holton (Frank) & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Autocrat (The); march for band by H. A. 
Vandercook. (C 123853, June 20, 1906.) 

56194 
Euphonic march; for band by H. A. Van- 
dercook. (C 123852, June 20, 1906.) 

66195 
2 c. each June 20, 1906. 

H ol tz ( A ugustua ) , Pittsburg, 

Pa. 

Skidoo, skidoo, skidoo; words by A. 

Holtz, music by Metropolitan music co. 

(C 121502, May 16, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 56196 

Hope (Frances), Cayuga, 
N. Dak. 
Two scenes; words by F. Hope, music by 
Metropolitan music co. ( C 121500, May 
16, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56197 

Horn (Frances Osbom), 
United States. 
Dolly dear, where is my mama? song by 
F. O. Horn. (C 123670, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56198 

Howard music company, 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Daybreak; caprice two step by M. Ber- 
trand Howard for piano. (C 12:«76, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

56199 

Hunt (William), Kewanee, 

111. 

My sweetheart is a soldier boy; words by 

W. Hunt, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. (C 122112, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906. ) 56200 

Ingle (W. H. H.), I^y- 

smith, Wis. 

Evelina; air with variations by W. H. H. 

Ingle. Ingle Nook series for piano. (C 

123364, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 

1906. ) 66201 

Jager (Jul.), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Islandischer marsch "Nanna;" von Max 
Raebel fiir infanterie - musik. (C 
123495, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906. ) 56S02 

Jefferson (Geo. F.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Free land, words and music by Geo. F. 
Jefferson. (C 123644, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66203 

Jennings (Geo. B. ) com- 
panv, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Bachelor (The) girl's waltz; by Jeanette 
Baach for piano. C 123465, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. May 4, 1906.) 66S04 



Jennings (Geo. B.) com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Go<l cares; a sacred lullaby, poem b^' 
Anna Gallimore, music by F. E. Ri- 
manoczy. (C 123464, June 14, 1906; 
2 c. May 24, 1906. ) 56206 

God (The) of Israel; music by Roasini, 
no. 26b. Supplementary songs for 
public schools ed. by Walter H. Aiken. 
(C 123466, June 14, 1906; 2 c Apr. 2, 
1906. ) 56206 

Hempen home spun songs; by Daniel 
Henry Holmes. (C 12^462, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 56207 

Kentucky state song; words by Marv 
Florence Taney, music by Andrew J. 
Boex. (C 123463, June 14, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906. ) 56208 

Job ( Bessie) , South Walpole, 

Mass. 

Canoeing by moonlight; words by B. Job, 

music by Metropolitan music co. (C 

121501, May 16, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 

1906. ) 56209 

Johns (J. W.) Guymon, 

Okla. 

Gentle Allene; words by J. W. Johns, 

music by Metropolitan music co. (C 

122052, May 24, 1906; 2 c. June 20 

1906.) 56210 

Johnson {Mrs. A. L. ), New 

Iberia, La. 

Dear heart; words by Mtb. A. L. Johnson, 

music by Metropolitan music co. (C 

122048, May 24, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) 56211 

Johnson (E. D.), United 
States. 
Dear San Francisco; song by E. D. John- 
son. (C 123656, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56212 

Jones (Mrs. Hattie Whit- 
ney), United States. 
Sleeping on Frisco bay; duet for soprano 
and alto by Mrs. H. W. Jones. (C 
12:)692, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56218 

Kahnt (0. F.) nachfolger, 
I^ipzig, Germany. 
Deutsche (Die) Tainne; ein idyll ausdeut- 
schen bergeswald fiir eine tiefe man- 
nerstimme, chorgesang und orch ester 
von Friedrich E. Koch, op. 30, klavier- 
auszug mit text. (C 123489, June 15, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 56214 

Keith, Prowse & co. (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Two songs. Forget me not and Good- 
bye! words by G. Hubi Newcombe mu- 
sic by Margaret Gvde. no. 1 in E flat. 
(C 123321, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 5, 
1906.) 56216 



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Kiehl (George), Somonauk, 

111. 

I could hear the old Btream flowing; words 

by G. Kiehl, music by Metropolitan 

mosic CO. (C 122055, May 24, 1906; 2 c. 

June 20, 1906. ) 66216 

Kiritz {Mrs. Carrie), New- 
York, N. Y. 
Pet (A) in a gilded cage; words by C. 
Kiritz, music by Metropolitan music co. 
(C 121497, May 16, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906.) 56217 

Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Abiding (The) presence; words by Mary 
G. Brainerd, music by W. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. (C 123446, June 14, 1906. ) 

66218 

Beautiful land of sunshine; words by Kate 
Ulmer, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123451, June 14, 1906.) 66219 

Christ has full control; words by Juliette 

E. Perry, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123456, June 14, 1906.) 66220 

Come near to me; words by Miriam £. 
Arnold, music by Chas. H. "Gabriel. (C 
123448, June 14, 1906. ) 66221 

Every one in his place; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123452, June 14, 1906.) 56222 

Haven (The) of prayer; words b^ Ida L. 
Reed, music by W. J. Kirkpatnck. (C 
123453, June 14, 1906.) 66223 

In the pathway of life; words b^ Mrs. 

F, A. Breck, music by W. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. (C 123447, June 14, 1906.) 66224 

Just to follow Jesus; words by E. £. 
Hewitt, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123464, June 14, 1906. ) 58226 

Lingering hope; words by Samuel W. 
Beazley, music by W. j' Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123444, June 14, 1906.) 66226 

Never give up trusting; words by Mrs. 
F. A. Bredc, music by W. J. Kirk- 
patrick. (C 123445, June 14, 1906. ) 

66227 

New (A) country; words by Birdie Bell, 
music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. (C 
123457, June 14, 1906.) 66228 

Songs in the night; words b^r' Mary R. 
Tilden, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(C 123458, June 14, 1906.) 66229 

Sweetness (The) of His grace; words by 
E. T. Cassell, music by E. T. and F. H . 
Cassell. (C 123449, June 14, 1906.) 

56280 

Touch (The) of little hands; words by 
Jennie Evelyn Hussey, music by \V. J. 
Kirkpatrick. (C123459, June 14, 1906.) 

66281 



Kirkpatrick, ( Wm. J. ), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Up to the hills; words by Julia E. Burn- 
ard, music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. (C 
123455, June 14, 1906.) 66282 

Worthy is the Lamb; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Samuel W. Beazley. 
(C 123450, June 14, 1906.) 66288 

2 c. each June 14, 1906. 

Knipp (Olivea), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Lenten (The) march; for the pianoforte 
by 0. Knipp, op. 70. ' (C 123879, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66284 

Kremer (Victor) co., Chi- 
cago, HI. 
Wait on the comer for me; words by Bob 
Adams, music by Marty S. Ward. (C 
123506, June 15, 1906. ) 66286 

Where is brown? words by Frank Con- 
roy, music by Bob Adams. (C 123505, 
June 15, 1906. ) 66286 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Kussner (L. C. ), Chicago, 111. 

Memories; reverie for piano by Albert 

Kussner. (C 113863, Feb. 9, 1906. ) 

66287 

Merry (The) canter; polka brillant by 

Albert Kussner for piano. (C 113864, 

Feb. 9, 1906. ) 66288 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Kyne (J. J.), United States. 
I long to see my mother once again; song 
by J. J. Kyne. (C 123646, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66289 

Larway (J. H.), London, 

England. 

An^lus (L') ; meditation religieuse pour 

piano par Maurice Telma, English 

fingering. (C 123821, June 20, 1906. ) 

66240 
Avril; chansonnette pour piano par Mau- 
rice Telma, English fingering. (C 

123817, June 20, 1906. ) 66241 

£tude solennelle; pour piano par Mau- 
rice Telma, English fingering. (C 
123820, June 20, 1906. 56242 

Melodic Norv^ge; pour piano par Mau- 
rice Telma. ( C 123819, June 20, 1906. ) 

66248 

Solitude; pens^e musicale pour piano par 
Maurice Telma. (C 12:^16, June 20, 
1906. ) 56244 

V^alse elegante; pour piano par Maurice 
Telma, continental fingering. ((/ 

123818, June 20, 1906. ) 66246 

2 c. each June 15, 190(). 

La Voie (Fxiw. J.), United 
Staten. 
On the golden prairie field; song by E. J. 
La Voie. (C 123649, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56246 



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Lawrence (M. Ella), Fitch- 
burg, Maw. 
Down the river of twilisht; words by 
Ella M. Bangs, mu»ic oy M. £. Law- 
rence. (C 123905, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 06847 

Lawrenceville school, Law- 
rence, N. J. 
Lawrenceville school song book; revised 
and edited by Howard Koe Wood. ( A 
'147943, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56248 

Le Boulch (H.), Versailles, 

France. 

Valse d' amore; valse lente par Ivanho^ 

orehestr^e par Jules Le fioulch, piano 

conducteur. (C 123323, June 12, 1906; 

2 c. June 12, 1906.) 66249 

Ijemonier & Archer, New 
York, N. Y. 
Sun (The) am shinin why don't you go; 
words by Madison Reid, music by 
I^monier and Larkins. (C 123413, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 

66250 

l^onard & co., London, 
England. 
June (A) rose; song in D, words by Al- 
fred H. Hyatt, music bv Napoleon 
Zardo. (C 123822, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906.) 56251 

Leu (Salvadora), United 
States. 
Help for San Francisco; song by 8. Leu. 
(C 123690, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 66262 

Lewis (Joseph F.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Sweet forget-me-not; words by William 
H. Turner, music by J. F. Lewis. (C 
123865, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 56258 

Lewis (L. R.), Somerville, 
Mass. 
Foot ball song; words by R. B. Manbert, 
music by L. R. Lewis. (C 123564, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, l^m. ) 66264 

For Tufts hurrah! glee club version 
adapted from 87's class song. ( C 123561 , 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 56265 

Mother Goose reviwid. Old Uncle Ned 
and C. B. Rich. (C 123566, June 7, 
1006; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 56266 

Tufts (The) man; music by L. R. Lewi.s. 
(C 123562, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 
1906. ) 66267 

Tufts song-book. ¥A. of 1906. (A 
147758, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56268 

We love it for aye; words byD. L. Mauls- 
by, music by L. R. Lewis. (C 123563, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 66269 



Lieb & Friedman, New York, 
N. Y. 

On moonlit waters; caprice by Leo Fried- 
man for piano. (C 122139, May 26, 
I 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66260 

I Luck hard t & Belder, New 

I York, N. Y. 

I All hail the power of Jesus' name; festi- 
val anthem by David Wield McLane. 
(C 123748, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 66261 

Arioso of the high-prieetess of Astarte; 
from the opera Viueta by Reinhold L. 
Herman, contralto or mezzo-soprano. 
(C 123931, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 

1906. ) 66262 

I 

I Autumn; (Herbst) von Theodor Storm, 

I fur mittelstimmemit klavierbegleitung 

von Eugen Haile, op. 15 no. 3. (C 

123742, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 

1906. ) 66268 

Autumn song; chorus for women's voices, 
words and music by Joseph Henius. 
(C 123752, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 66264 

Beggar (The) boy; a reminiscence for 
piano by Milo Deyo. (C 123763, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66266 

Birds above; (Voglein im birkenbaum) 
aus Konig Elf's lieder, ged. von Gus- 
tav Kastropp, fiir hohe stimme mit 
klavierbegleitung von Eugen Haile, op. 
10 no. 5. (C 123743, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 66266 

Cradle song; for male chorus with bari- 
tone solo by Martin W. Bowman. (C 
123911, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 66267 

Cupid's serenade; for piano by I^eo 
Oehmler. (C 123765, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66268 

' Dixie doodle; words and music by Cor- 
i nelia Josephine Thompson for two-part 
chorus for women's voices. (C 123920, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

66269 

Dixie's land; by Dan Emmett, arr. by 
Anthony Richards for three part chorus 
for women's voices. (C 123917, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66270 

Erlinda; a legend of the moon, words 
by Arturo Lucey, music by Frederic 
Knight Logan. (C 123759, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66271 

6tude realiste; words by Swinburne, 
j music by J. G. Cumm'iiigs for four- 
part chorus for women's voices. (C 
123921, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
, 1906. ) 66272 



N.8.,V. 1, NO. 1,PT. 3] 



MUSIOAL COMPOSITIONS 



15 



Lnckhardt & Belder, New 

York, N. Y. 

Festival Te Deum; by Lanibillotte; 

transposed and arr. by R. J. Fitzhugh 

for mixed voices. (C 123750, June 19, 

1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 56878 

Fiftieth (The) psalm; for sacred chorus, 
with oi^n ace. by Carl Fique, op. 50. 
(C 123915, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 06274 

Hail sweet morning; arr. from an old 
French song for three-part chorus of 
women's voices by Daniel Dor^. (C 
123757, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56275 

Honey darlin; words and music by 
George Mitchell. (C 123758, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 66276 

Hunting song; for male chorus bv Mar- 
tin W. Bowman. (C 123912, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 56277 

Hushing song. Eily; words by Fiona 
McLcSd. music by Kate Vannah. (G 
123745, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56278 

In the moonlight; (Im zittem den mond* 
licht wiegen) ged. von Gustav Kas- 
tropp^ fiir mittelstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung von Eugen Halle, op. 12 
no. 2. (C 123740, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 66279 

Inspirer and hearer of prayer; by E. J. 
Fitzhugh for mixed voice& (C 123909, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

66280 

Little (The) cadet; for piano by Leo 
Oehmler. (C 123767, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56281 

Little head is nodding; words and music 
by Harry G. Doran. (C 123746, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56282 

\jOTd (The) himself; by Frank Treat 
Southwick for mixed voices. (C 123910, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

56288 

Ix)rd (The) is my Shepherd; anthem for 
sopranosolo and chorus of mixed voices, 
by Harry J. Zehm. (C 123914, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66284 

lx>rd it belongs not to my care; music by 
Geo. F. Bauer. (C 123760, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66285 

Lullaby; words by James W. Folev, music 
by John B. (irant. (C 123932, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66286 

Mah baby Abie; words by James W. 
Foley, music by John B. Grant. (C 
123933, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 56287 



Luck hard t & Belder, New 

York, N. Y. 

M'amasti mai I (Were they sincere) versi 

di E. Panzacchi, music cli Vincenzo de 

Crescenzo. (C 123739, June 19, 1906; 

2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 56288 

Marie of gay Paree; song by Marie Suther- 
land. (C 123768, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 66289 

Marigolds; words and music by Alice 
Woodbury. (C 123747, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56290 

Mazurka; for piano by C. William Webb, 
op. 3 no. 3. (C 123925, June 21, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66291 

Melodie; for piano by C. William Webb, 
op. 3 no. 2. (C 123926, June 21, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66292 

My old Kentucky home, good night; by 
8. C. Foster, arr. by Anthony Richards 
for three-part chorus for women's 
voices. (C 123919, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 56298 

Nonchalance; for piano by Albert Mil- 
denberg. (C 123756, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 56294 

Old folks at home; by S. C. Foster, arr. 
by Anthony Richards for two-part 
chorus for womftn's voices. (C 123918, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

56295 

Peasants harvest dance; for piano by i^o 
Oehmler. (C 123766, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56296 

Pierrette; caprice for the piano by Eugene 
Platzmann, op. 12. (C 123755, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56297 

Praver; sacred song, words and music by 
^farie Sutherland for sop. or tenor in 
F. ( C 123934, June 21 , 1906; 2 c. June 
21,1906.) 56298 

Prelude and fugue; for piano by A. R. 
Gallatin. (C 123930, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 66299 

Romance, by A. Rubinstein; words by E. 
Buck, arr. by Hermann Spiel ter for 
three-part chorus for women's voices. 
(C 123922, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 56300 

Salutation; for mixed chorus and piano, 
words by H. W. Ixingfellow with addi- 
tional lines bv Anne Fitzhugh Miller, 
music bv Iieinrich Jarobsen. ((< 
123754, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56801 

Salvation! Christ is forever King; Easter 
song, wordsand music by Frank B. Wil- 
liams for high voice in C. (C 123761, 
Junel9,1906;2c.Junel9,1906.) 56802 



16 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIE8 



Luckhardt & Belder, New 

York, N. Y. 

Saviour like a Shepherd; sacred song by 

Martin W. Bowman, no. 2 in B flat. 

(C 123744, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 

1906.) 66808 

Scotch pastoral dance; for piano by Leo. 
Oehmler. (C 123764, June 19,' 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 66304 

Spring waltz. ( Fnihzeitiger f riihling ) ged. 
E. Buck, gesangwalzer fiir solo sopran 
und chor, von A. J. Davis. (C 123749, 
June 19, 1906^ 2c. June 19, 1906.) 66806 

Spring's approach; (Friihlingsnahen) 
ged. von E. Degen, fiir hohe stimme 
mit klavierbegleitung von Eugen Halle, 
op. 12 no. 5. (C 123741, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 66806 

Tarantelle in E minor; for the piano by 
Arthur H. Gutman. (C 123757, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 66807 

Te Deum laudamu*^; for mixed voices by 
Albert R. Gallatin. (C 123913, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21. 1906. ) 66308 

To Christ the Prince of Peace; Easter or 
general anthem, words by Blunienthal, 
music bv E. J. Fitzhugli. (C 123753, 
June 19,' 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 

66309 

Triiumerei ; for piano by C. William Webb, 
op. 3 no. 4. (C 123924, June 21, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66810 

Two brown eyes; words by George Edger- 
ten, music by Louise Sidall. { C 123762, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

66811 

Two fughettos; for piano by Albert R. 
Gallatin, no. 1 in B flat. (C 123929, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

66812 

no. 2 in F minor. (C 123928, June 

21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66813 

Valse lente; for piano bv C. William 
Webb, op. 3 no. 1. (C" 123927, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66814 

Village maidens; three part chorus for 
women's voices from the "Flights of 
Elfin song " bv J. Wright Shirlaw. (C 
123916, June '21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906.) 66316 

Voices of the woods; melody in F, by A. 
Rubinstein, chorus for women's voices 
arr. by Anthony Richards. ( C 1 23923, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

66316 

I^nrvey ( H. R. ), Lynn, Mass. 
Auditorium; march and two step for 
band by H. R. Lurvey. (C 123848, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

66817 



Lu8e( Jesse Dial), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Imperial wreath of song. Wreath music 
series, chorus book by J. D. Luse; re- 
vised and enlarged edition. (A 147255, 
Mav 23, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

66818 

McCurdy (John Irwin), 
United States. 
One (The) I love shall speak no more; 
song by J. I. McCurdy. (C 123648, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66819 

McHugh (D. O.), United 
States. 
Today; song by Doras Hugh. (C 123662, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66820 

McKinley music company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Queen of hearts; characteristic dance bv 
A. W. Bro7;n for piano. (C 123475, 
June 14, 1906.) 66821 

Root's first steps in music made easy. ( A. 
148423, June 14, 1906.) 66322 

When the silver moon shines o'er the 
lake; words by Mildred Fisher, music 
by Ellis Fanning. (C 123474, June 14, 
1906. ) 66328 

2 c. each June 14, 1906. 

McQuiddy printing coui- 
nany, Nashville, Tenn. 
Come to Him to-day; by W. A. C-ameron. 
no. 18. (C 123369, May 31, 1906; 2 c. 
May 31, 1906.) 66324 

Seventy-seven sweet songs and thirty -six 
familiar hymns and gospel songs. (A 
148251, Mav 31, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906. ) ' 66825 

McVey (Mary), Brockton, 

Wis. 

Love (The) that was blind; words by M. 

McVev, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. (C 122051, May 24, 1906; 2 c. June 

21, 1906.) 66826 

Marvin (Nathan Henry), 
United States. 
Response (A) to the lover's plea; song by 
N. H. Marvin. (C 123691, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66827 

Matthews (T. H.), Platte- 
ville, Wis. 
Stricken (The) citv; song by T. H. 
Matthews. (C 122035, May 24, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 66828 

(C 123683, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906. ) 56829 



N. 8., V. 1, NO. 1, HT. 3] 



MUHICAL COMPOSITIONH 



17 



Maunder (J. II. )> London, 
England, 
nftiit* for the Holy Connnunion from the 
.•service in the key of (t, including of- 
fertory sentencea, lienedictu.s, and 
H^nns Dei composed bv J. H. Maunder. 
(C \2:^6S0, June 18, 1900; 2 c. June 18, 
190H.) 66330 

Pater Noeter; from the service in (i by J 
H. Maunder. (C 123421, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56381 

Maurel & Daris (J.), Paris, 

France. 

Likette (Lh); nouvelle danse fiispano- 

Montniartroise par Arl. Gauwin et J. 

DariH pour piano. (C 123324, June 12, 

1906; 2 0. June 12, UH)6.) 56332 

Maxwell (VVilliam) inuHic 
company, New York, 
"N. Y. 
Your eyen so dear; by Howard Bennett 
for violin, cello, cornet or trombone 
nolo with piano or on'hestral accom- 
|)animent. (C 1238:^9, June 20, 1906.) 

56333 

words by Leon tine Stanfield, mu.sic 

bv Howard Bennett, no. 1 in D. (C 
123840, June 20, 1906. ) 56334 

no. 2 in V. (C 123841, June 20, 

1906. ) 66835 

2 c. eacli June 20, ]90(>.) 

Mayhugh (Myrtle), Kellogg, 

Idaho. 

I»ve nie hanl; words by M. .Vlayhugh, 

music bv Metropolitan muHic ro. (C 

122a^4, Mav 24, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 66336 

Meikrantz (R^)bert E. ), Au- 
denreid. Pa. 
Tell mother that I spoke of her Ijefore I 
[)a*44ed away; words by Daniel J. Mun- 
dy, music bv H. K. Meikrantx. (C 
12:««0. June* 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
HK)6. ) 66387 

Meyer (Theo. I).), Baton 

iiouge, 1a. 

Have vou n<» heart, have you no soul; 

wordt? and niu»ic by T. Mever. (C 

123414, June 14, 1906; 2 c. May 28, 

1906.) 66338 

Mills ( Frederick Allen), New 

York, N. Y. 

IM rather be outride a-lookin' in than on 

the inside a-lwjkin* out; words by Fred 

J. Hamill, music by Ted Pnvder. (C 

123115, Jane 8, 1906; 2c. June 11, 1906. ) 

56889 

You're a grand old flag: bv (ieo. M. Co- 
han. (C 123368, June 2, UKMi; 2 c. 
May 31, nH)6.) 56340 , 

25906— PT 3—07 3 



MokreJH (John), New York, 
N. Y. 
Out of the West; by J. Mokrejs for piano. 
(C 123871, June 21, 1906.) 66341 

Romance; bv J. Mokrejs for piano. (C 
123872, June 21, 1906. ) 66848 

Told in June; by J. Mokrejs for piano. 
(C 123873, June 21, 1906. ) 66843 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. . 

Molineux ((Ieo. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Bridal chorus from "The Rose maiden"; 

bv F. H. Cowen, arr. for the organ bv 

J.* VV. Lerman. (C 122707, June 2, 

1906. ) 56844 

Meditation; bv Geo. Rosenkraus for or- 
gan. (C 122700, June 2, 1906. ) 66845 

Morning song; by G. Hoflzel, arr. bv C. 
F. Mutter for organ. (C 122706, June 
2, 1906.) 56846 

Prelude; by Frank C. Harrington, op. 80 
for organ. (C 122710, June 2, 1906.) 

56847 

Prelude in the major keys; by P. F. del 
Campiglio for organ. (C 122709, June 
2, im)6.) 66348 

Sabotiere; bv C. Dick, arr. for the organ 
by C. F. Mutter. (C 122704, June 2, 
1906. ) 56849 

Slumber Kong; by Cieo. Rosenkrans for 
organ. (C 122711, June 2, 1906.) 

56860 

Songs without words no. 1 ; by J. W. Ler 
man for organ. (C 122708, June 2, 
190(i. ) 66861 

Variations on the hymn-tune Dennis; by 
Nagell, arr. for the organ by J. W. 
Lerman. (C 1227a5, June 2, 1906. ) 

66352 
2 c. each June 19, 1906. 

Moll (Manuel C ), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 
Spider (The) weaves a story of his own; 
words and music bv M. C. Moll. (C 
73414, June 16, 1904; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

56868 
Monte Carlo publishing com- 
pany, London, Englaml. 
Ev'rythmg's an extra in the season; 
written and composed by H. K. Ham- 
ilton Field. (C 12:^575, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 14, 1906.) 66864 

Rosie is waiting; written by John P. Har- 
rington, music bv Jas. W. Tate. (C 
123310, Mav 11, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

66365 

W aitin' for m y bo n nie J ea n ; w r it ten by 
John I*. Harrington, music bv (ieorgc 
U* Rninn. (CM23350, June 13, 19(M>: 
2 c. June H, 190().) 56366 



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Monte Carlo publishini^ com- 
pany, Lonuon, England. 
Widow Doofin; written and coinpoBcd by 
J. F. Lambe. ( C 1 2331 1 , Mav ! 1 , 1900; 
2 c. May 11. 1906.) 56867 

More (Nettie Uawkinp). 
United States. 
Avonell; songbv N. H. More. (C 123699, 
June 18, 1906; 2c. June 18, 1^06.) 66858 

Morris (Jo8.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Some one looks good to eonje one; or, 
Some one looks good to me; words by 
Arthur Longbrake, music by Richard 
L. Weaver. (C 123429, June 14, 1906; 
2 c. June 14, 1906.) 57859 

Moss (Fredric), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Apple blossoms; words and music by F. 
Mobs. (C 121660, Mav IB, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56860 

Nae88ens(W. ) &co.,Graveh- 

hage, Holland. 

Rhapsodisches vom Tage; fi'ir pianoforte 

zu 2 hiinden, von Victor Schmidt-Ernst- 

hausen. (C 12348S, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 

June 15, 1906.) 66861 

Nilsson (Kristiau), Cliicago, 
111. 
Standard American diagram chord sys- 
tem for the mandolin or v olin; by K. 
Nilsson. (A 147541, June5. 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56862 

Noble (Mrs. C. H.), United 
States. 
City of golden gate; song by Mrs. C. H. 
Noble. (C 123655, Jnne 18. 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56868 

Norton & O'Hara, New 
York, N. Y. 
At eventide; poem bv (leo. A. Norton, 
music by Geoffrey ()*'Hara. ((' 123738, 
June 19, 1906.) 56864 

If you were left for me; poem by Ct^o. A. 
Norton, music by Geoff rev O'Hara. 
(C 123737, June 19, 1906. ) ' 56865 

2 c. each June 19, 1906. 

Novello & CO., limited, l>on- 
don, England. 
Berceuse; for violin and pianoforte com- 
posed by Joseph Holbrooke, op. 12 
no. 7. (C 23624, .Tune 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56866 

Caprice; for violin and pianoforte com- 
posed by Joseph Holbrooke, op. 12 
no. 9. (C 123626, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56867 

Come to me, gentle sleep; by Frederic H. 
Co wen for mixed voices* fC 123628, 
Jnne 18. 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

568^9 



Novello & CO., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
First entr' acte fn)m Nero; composed by 
S. Coleridge-Tavlor arranged for piano- 
forte solo. (C*^! 23629, .lune 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56869 

Hymn (A) te Dionysus; the words from 
the " Bacchae of Euripides," trans, by 
(iilbert Murr,iy, mnsic composed for 
rhoru.« and piano bv Ernest Walker, 
op. 13. (C 123420, June 14, 1906; 2 c. 
June 14, 1906.) 66370 

Service (A) for the Holy Communion. 
Missa de Sani-ta Mariil SfagdalenA; net 
to music in the key of E minor, by B. 
Agutter. (C 123417, June 14, 1906; 2 c. 
June 14, 1906.) 86871 

Teach me Thy uay, O Lord; anthem for 
four voices composed by William Fox, 
edited by John E. West. (C 123627, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66372 

Two piei;es no. 1. Vexilla regis pro- 
deunt pt. 3; by John Bull, old Englisli 
organ music no. 25a. (C 123416, June 
14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56878 

no. 2. Fantasia on the Flemiah 

chorale **Laetonsmet Herten reijne;" 
by John Bull, old English organ music 
no. 25 b. (C 123415, June 14, 190«: 
2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56874 

Two sixteenth century pieces no. 1. Vol- 
untary; by Richard A I wood, old English 
oiigan music; no. 24 a. (C 123418, June 
14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 56876 

no. 2. Glorificamus; by John Re<l- 

fonl, old English organ mupic no. 24 1>. 
(C 123419, June 14, 1906; 2c. Jnne 14. 
1906. ) 56876 

Valse-screnade; for violin and pianoforte* 
composed V)v Joseph Holbrooke, op. 12 
no. 8. (A 123625, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56877 

Novello, Ewer & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
Chautauoua (The) chorus book; com- 
piled ov Alfred Ha!lam no. 3. iC 
123571, June 16. 1906; 2 c. Jime 16, 
1906.) 56878 

Odman (Mrs. Albert ha M.\, 
United States. 
Death at dawn; song bv Mrs. X. M. 
Odman. (C 123653, June 18, 1906; 2 v. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56879 

O'Sullivan (Josephs Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
Back to old Kentuckv; verses by W. D. 
Wateon, music bv J. 0*Sullivan, (C 
121284, Mav 14, * 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906.) 66880 



X. S., V. 1, NO. 1, PT. 3] 



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19 



Owens (Chas. F.), Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. 

She wanted to be a Binder; words by ('. 

F. Owens, uiiisic* 1»v Charles Wails- 

worth Russ. (C 122111, Mav 25, 1906; 

2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56881 

Parrish (Rob Roy), Inde- 
pendence, Oreg. 
Parting (The); words bv R. R. Parrish, 
mosic bv Z, M. Parvin. (C 123662, 
Jane 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

66882 

Payne (Dora), United instates. 
l^ist (The) CK)ng of a cantatrioe; song bv 
n. Pavne. (C 12:^669, June 18, MH)6; 2 
V, June 18, 1906. ) 56888 

Pettee (George) , UnJte«l States. 
M V dear Ohio home so far away; song by 
U. Pettee. (C 123682, June 18, 1906; 2 
t\ June 18, 1906.) 56884 

Phelpe ( E. H.) .United States. 
Haunted stream; byE. H. PhelpH First 
series no. 7, part-song for male voi(!e8, 
( In renewal for 14 vearH from Aug. 8, 
1906. V 12:«61, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 
13, 1906. ) 66885 

Phillipfi ( Frank M. ), Denver, 

Colo. 

On the banks of the Hudson; words by 

Harry Hall, musir bv John Martin. 

(C 118686, Apr. II, 19()6: 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) 66886 

Phimi>s(.Vr». J. H.), United 
States. 
Dying (The) roewage; song hv Mrs. J. H. 
PhUlips. (C 123661, June' 18, 1906; 2 
r. June 18, 1906.) 56887 

Plumb (Frederick A.), 

Augusta, Ga. 

Yearning; a love poem, words by Edith 

Hall Orthwein, music by F. A. Plumb. 

<C 1237:iO. June 19, 1906; 2 c June 19, 

1906.) 56888 

Pond ( VVm. A.) & co., New 

York, X. Y. 

T(i the Deutchland; march and two step, 

bv Samuel S. Aronson, op. 89 for piano. 

iC 123635, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 

1906. ) 66889 

Poulalion, Paris, Franee. 
Kna; valse pour piano par Ernest Wei Her, 
op. 221. (C 123587, June 18. 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56890 

Powell (Clara M.), James- 
town, Kans. 
Kemeuibrance of you; waltzes by C M. 
Powell, arr. by B. Abelsted for piano. 
(C 123380, June 13, 1906; 2 e. June 13, 
1906.) 66891 



Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Columbian (The) march; by W.G.Uter- 
moehlen op. 14 for piano. (C 123377, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 

66898 

(^Countersign; niarcb by Giuseppe Crea- 

tore for piano. (C 123367, June 13, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 66898 

Dollies' (The) dancing lesson; words by 
Florent^e Hoare, music by W. Clifford, 
rev. bv W. J. Baltzell. (C 123906, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

66894 

I^anguage (The) of flowers; by C. N. 
Ben.^'on for piano. ( C 123376, J une 1 3, 
1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 66896 

Napoli; tarantella fantasia, for violin and 
piano bv Henry Parker. (C 123366, 
June 13,' 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 

66896 

Petite valse; by Th. Akimenko, op. 28 
no. 3, ed by Preston Ware Orem for 
piano. (C 123907, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906 ) 56897 

Postillion; from Magic I^AUtern by Ben- 
jamin (iodard, op. 55 no. 1, ed by 
Preston Ware Orem for piano. (C 
123909, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906. ) 66898 

Standard (The) graded course of singing; 
vol. 4, bv Herbert Wilber Greene. (C 
123349, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906.) 66899 

Prior (E. Thielman), lx)n- 

don, England. 

Hope on, dear heart; words by Augusta 

Hancock, music by E, Thielman Prior. 

(C 122866, June 5, 1906; 2 c. June 5, 

1906.) 66400 

Reed (Lloyd), United States. 
San Fraucisc^o' 8 disaster; song byL. Reed. 
(C 123650, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 66401 

Reynolds & co., Ix)ndon, 
England, 
(xirl (The) I want; humorous song writ- 
ten bv Ernest A. Searson, composeil 
by George Ross. (C 123500, June 15, 
1906. ) 56402 

Happy (The) old days at Peck ham; 
humorous song written and composed 
by (leorge Gros^mith. (C 123498, 
June 15, 1906.) 66408 

Side slips; some old chestnuts baked to a 
new tune written and composed bv 
Charles J. Winter. (C 123499, June 
15, 1906.) 66404 

Some last requests; humorous song writ- 
ten by Ernest A. Searson, composed 
by G. I). Fox. (C 123497, June 15, 
1906.) 66406 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 



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Rhodes ( Mtb. Hattie ) , V nited 
States. 
Sing on, binJie; ponj? by Mrn. H. Kljo<les. 
(C 123689, June 18, 190H; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56406 

Riconli (G. ) <& c, Milauo, 
Italy. 
Kn cheminant; pour piano par T^^rnest 
(Jillet. (C 123894, June 21, 19()6; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 66407 

Ix)ve*8 way; words by Ethel Clifford, 
music bv F. Paolo Tosti no. 1 in A flat 

' original." (C 123365, June 13, 1906; 2 r. 
June 13, 1906.) 56408 

Madam Butterfly, a Japanese tragedy, 
. . . Italian libretto by L. Illii:aand G. 
(riacosa, English version by R. H. 
Elkin, music by Giacomo Puccini, arr. 
for voice and pianoforte by Carlo 
Carienani. (C 123557, June 16, 1906; 
2 c. June 16, 1906.) 56409 

Petite fantaisie "La Boherae"; di G. 
Puccini, . . . morceaux faciles pour 
piano saus octaves arr. par Michel 
Chiesa, no. 109096. (C 12:^5.56, June 
11, 1906; 2c. June 11, 1906.) 56410 

**IriB"; di P. Mascagni, . . . Mor- 
ceaux faciles pour piano sans octaves 
arr. par Michel Chiesa, no. 111262. 
(C 123556, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 56411 

Valse tendre; pour piano par Ernest (fil- 
let. (C 12:^93, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 56412 

T' Petite fantaisie "Tosca"; di G. Puc- 
cini, morceaux faciles pour piano sans 
octaves arr. par Michel Chiesa, no. 

11 1263. (C 123553, June 11, 1906; 2 r. 
June 11, 1906.) 56413 

2"'^ Petite fantaisie *'To»ca*' ; di G. Puc- 
cini, morceaux faciles pour piano sans 
octaves arr. par Michel Cliiesa, no. 

1 11264. (C 123554, June II, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 19(X).) 56414 

Kiffo (Marion B.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Five-tweutv-eight waltzes; by M. B. Riffo 
for piano. ((U22919, June 6, 19(K>; 
2 c. June 12, 1906.) 56415 

Ringsmuth ( Luuiir J. ), Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 
Mizpah; song bv L. J. Ringsmuth. (C 
12:^76, June *18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
\\\Qi\.) 56416 

Ro) )ertson i Fay ) , U ni ted 
States. 
Grace divine; song bv F. Roberb«on. 
(C 123657, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
19(H).) 56417 



Robeon (M. G.), Port l^y- 
den, N. Y. 
May my heart always l)eat true; words 
bv M. (i. Robson, music bv Metropoli- 
tan musicco. (C 122057, May 24, 1901»; 
2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56418 

Robvn (A. G. ), St. Ijouis, 
Mo, 
Jesus merciful and mild; tenor solo, trio 
and quartette music by Alfred Ci. 
Robyn. ( In renewal for 14 years from 
Aug. 8, 1906. C 123:i62, June 13, 190($; 
2 c. June 13, 1906.) 56419 

Roeckel (Joseph L. ), Eng- 
land. 
Andante cantante; for the organ bv J. L. 
Roeckel. (C 123797, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56420 

Root ( Frank K. ) <& co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
National guards march; bv Fre<l L. 
Ryder for piano. (C 123476, June 14, 
lfK)6; 2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 56481 

Kuhle <fe Wend ling, Leipzig, 
(lermany. 
Frau Ilolle; draraatisches miirchen voii 
A. Wendel-Marburg, musik von H. 
Spangenberg fiir pianoforte. ( C 123491 , 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 

56482 
Sargent (B. Helen), Kings 
Park, N. V. 
iSame (The) old story; words by B. H. 
Sargent, music bv Harry Alton Rus- 
sell. (C 122114, Mav 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906.) ' 56423 

Saylor (Elmer), Mifiiin, Pa. 

When the green leaves come again; word.** 

by E. Saylor, muMc by John Martin. 

(C 121089, May 10, 19()6; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 56424 

Schirmer (G.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Banderjackct (The); nonsense verses, 

music by vSumner Salter for women's 

voices a cappella. (C 123334, June 12, 

1906; 2 f. June 12, ]V)06.) 56426 

City college song; words by A. I. du P. 
Coleman adapted to the musii- of a 
(lerman student song. (A 147908, June 
9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 56426 

From the brake the nightingale; words 
b^v William Ernest Henley; music by 
Sidnev Homer, op. 17 no. 2 for low 
voice in C original kev. (C 123337, 
June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 

56427 

God our life; a short cantata for general 
use for soli and chorus with organ 
accompaniment, words from the scrip- 
tures, music bv David Stanley Smith, 
(►p. 14. (C 123712, June 18, 1906; 2 o. 
June 16, 1VK>6.) 56428 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONa 



21 



Schirmer (G.), New York, 

N. Y. 

(i(KKi-nijfht; words by S. Weir Mitchell, 

music bv Sumner Salter for women's 

voices a cappella. ( C 1 2;«83, June 12, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 66429 

(iottsucher ( Der) ; ( The seeker after God ) 
song for a median i voice with piano 
accompaniment, text by Carl Basse, 
music bv Arthur Hochmann. (C 
123716, /une 18, U:06; 2 c. Jane 16, 
1906.) 66430 

How's ray bojj? words by Sydney Dobell, 
music by Sidney Homer, op. 17 no. 1 
for low^ voice in B flat, transposed key. 
(C 123336, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 66481 

Ich denke dein; (I think of thee) song 
for high voice in E flat with accom- 
paniiuent of piano or harp, violin and 
violoncelle ad lib., bv Arthur Hoch- 
mann. (C 123713, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 16, 1906.) 66432 

Ich liebe dich; (I love thee) song for a 
high voice with piano accompaniment 
poem by Hoffmann von Fallersleben, 
music bv Arthur Hochmann. {C 
123715, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906.) 66438 

Michael Robarted bids his Iveloved beat 
peace; words by William Butler Yeats, 
music by Sidney Homer, op. 17 no. 3 
for low voice in G minor original kev. 
(C 1233:«, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 1*2, 
1906.) 66484 

IMrate story; song from **A child's gar- 
den of verses" by Robert Ix)ui8 Steven- 
son, music by Sidney Homer, op. 16 
for low voic-e original m C. (CI 23330, 
June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 190(>.) 

66486 

Singing; from '*A ctiild's garden of ver- 
.*<es" by Robert I^uis Stevenson, music 
l)v Sidney Homer, op. 16 for low voice 
original m A. {C 123332, June 12, 
19iM>; 2 c. June 12, UK)6. ) 66436 

Tf-arh me, O I^rd; anthem for alto and 
bass boli and (*horns with organ accom- 
paniment by George A. Burdett. (C 
\Zm.\ June 12, n»0«; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 68487 

Tempo di valse; for pianoforte by Kthel- 
liert W. Neviii, op. 2, no. 2. ( Posthu- 
UMius) {C 123714, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 16, 1906. ) 66488 

To KuKsia; words by Joa<|ain Miller, 
iiiusic bv Sidney Homer, op. 17 no. 4 
for high voice in C minor original key. 
(C 12:m9, Jane 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906.) 66489 



Schirmer (G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Young night thought; song from *'A 
child's garden of verses" by Rol)ert 
Ix>uis Stevenson, nmsic by Sidney 
Horner, op. 16 for low voice original in 
G. (C 123331, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 
12, 1906.) 66440 

Schmidt (Anna), Tnited 
States. 
Spring; song bv A. Schmidt. (C 123660, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66441 

Schmidt (Arthur P.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Compositionen fiir das pianoforte zu 4 
hiinden von Max Franke, op. 60. 
Taubendschon. ( Peerless beauty ) ((' 
123606, June 18, 1906.) 86442 

op, 61. Svlphiden-walzer. (Sylph- 

id's-vvaltz) (C 123607, June 18, 1906.) 

66448 

(^oncertino; pour 2 violons avec accoin- 
pagncment de piano compose par Otto 
Hubl, op. 12, ((' 12:UM>8, June 18, 
]90(>.) 66444 

Danses Bohemieiines; pour 2 violons, 
vioUmcelle et piano compo>^es par 
Kmil Sochting, op. 63 no. 1 . ( C - 123609, 
June 18, 1906.) 66446 

no. 2. (C 123610, June 18, 1906. ) 

66446 

no. 3. (C 123611, June 18, 19u6.) 

66447 

Melodious etudes for the pianoforte* by 

Bernhard Wolff, op. 254 no, 1 . Joyous 

dance. iSpringtanz) staccato etude. 

(C 123.^94, June 18, 1906.) 66448 

no. 2. Gaiety. (Scherz and Spiel ) 

staccato etude. (C 123595, June 18, 
1906. ) 66449 

Reve hongrois; petite rhapsodic |>our 
piano parStepdn Esipoff. ((' 123602, 
June 18, 1906.) 66460 

3 Kleine stucke fiir das pianoforte von 
Hans Heckel, op. 21 no. 1. Aljend- 
stimniung. (Evening thoughts) ((' 
1 23603, J une 1 8, 1 906. ) 6646 1 

no. 2. Kobold ((ioblins) (C 123604, 

June 18, 1906.) 66452 

no. 3. Anj baithe. (At the brook). 

((; 123605, June 18, UM16. ) 66458 

4 Sele<:ttMl ronifiositiims for thepianof(»rte 
bv ConieliusGurlitl from op. 201 no. 1, 
P*ea.«ant's frolic. iC 123612, J. me 18, 
MH16. ) 66464 

no. 2. Venetian scrv-nadc. (('123613, 

June IS, HH)6.) 66466 

no. 3. Song of victorv. ((' 123614, 

June 18, 1906.) 66456 

no. 4. Cathe<lrale(h(K's. (C 123615, 

June 18, 19m}.) 66467 



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Schmidt (Aithur P.), Bos- 
ton, Ma88. 
4 Two-voii'ed piet'ee for the pianoforte by 
Stepiin Esipoff, op. 52 no. 1. Sadness. 
(C 123616, June 18, nK)6.) 66458 

no. 2. Klf dant-e. (C 123617, June 

18, 1906.) 56459 

no. 3. Phantom march. [C 12:^618, 

June 18, 1906. ) 56460 



no. 4. Forsaken. ((' 123619, June 

18,1906.) 66461 

6 Melodious studies for the pianoforte by 
Stepan Ksipoff, op. 10 no. 1. A merry 
fancy; double notes and .«C4ilef». (C 
128596, June 18, 1906.) 5646£ 

no. 2. Twilight; wrist stud v. {C 

123597, June 18, 190(>.) '66463 

no. 3. Sunnnertide; triolet pas- 



sjMjes. {V 123598, June IS, UiOH. ) 

i6464 

— no. 4. Trippinjr fairies: wrist ntudv. 
((' 123599, June 18, 190H. ) 66465 

no. 5. On .**t(>nny seas; ar|Kjgjfio 



and broken cliords. ((' I23t>00, June 
18, 1906.) 66466 

no. 6. Snowtlakes; trill an<l .«hake 



study. (C 123601, June IS, 19(W. ) 

56467 

2 c. each June IS. 1906. 

SchulKjrt music publishing? 

company, Cliicago, 111. 

American (The) chevalier; march and 

two step composed by KIbert N. Kipley 

arr. for piano. (('116176, Mar. 12, 

1906: 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 56468 

Scott (('has. D. ), Morrisoii- 
ville, Va. 
Raiijjer (The) march and two step; bv 
('. I). Scott for piano. (C 123551', 
June 16, nK)6; 2 c. June 16, 190«. ) 

56469 

Scull (John J.) company, 

Lebanon, }*a. 

Missoula; bv J. J. Scull for band. {C 

123579, June IS, MHH>; 2 c. June IS, 

1906.) 56470 

Sherman ( Mrs, L. F. ), I'uited 
States. 
,]\M«t a) the dawn; song bv Mrs. L. F. 
Sherman. ((' I2369.>, June IS. 1900; 
2 c. June IS, 1906.) 56471 

Shuey( Lillian H.) <!t\Vei.le- 
mann (Mrs. Henry), 
Florin, Cal. 
Sunshine after showers; words by L. H. 
Shuev, music bv Mrs. 11. Weidemann. 
(C 123545, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 66472 



Silver, Burdett & co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Classic sonj? collection, com. & ed. bv 
Mary E. Gordon- Dunsfcer. (A 147342, 
June 2, 1906; 2c. June 2, 1906.) 66478 

Smith (Chas. F. ), Brown 

(J.T.)&Ferrill(R.F.), 
Houston, Tex. 
Life's song; words by 0. F. Smith, music 
by ("harles Wadsworth Russ. (C 
1221 18, Mav 25, 1906; 2c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56474 

Smith (Florence N. Murray ), 
United States. 
San Francisco, the burning city; song bv 
F. N. M. Smith. (C 123685, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66475 

Smith (l^ola), Peru, Ind. 

*Tis the row* he gave me; words by L. 

Smith, music bv Metropolitan music 

CO. (C 124503, May 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906. ) " 66476 

Smith (M. X.). Tnitetl 
Slates. 
Mv old country homestead far away; 
song bv M. N*.*Smith. (C 12^54, June 
IS, 19()6; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66477 

Smith jubilee music com- 
pany, Chicago, III. 
New jubileesongs; compiled and arranged 
bv N.Clark Smith. (A 147411, June 
4, HM>6; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 56478 

Snyder (Myrtle), United 

States. 

San Francisco (The) disaster; or. Death 

came at <iawn; song by M. Snyder. 

[C 123651, June 18, 190«>- 2 c. June 18, 

1 906. ) 66479 

Sortor(T.(J.), United States. 
I've a whistle in my hat, pretty Dee; 
song bv T. (i. Sortor. (C 123652, June 
18,1906.) 56480 

Sweet little Vida; song bv T. (i. Sortor. 
{C 123666, June IS, 1906.) 56481 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Stannard (Geoive) , Trenton, 
N. J. 
Little (A) floweret; by George Muder 
for mandolin duo form. (C 123473, 
June 14, 1906.) 56482 

Ciyotan dance; by Claude S. Minter, for 
2 mandolins, banjo, guitar and piano 
accompaniment. {C 123470, June 14, 
1906.) 6648S 

Spray (A) of fragrant lilac; by George 
Muder for mandolin duo form. (C 
123472, June 14, 1906.) 66484 

Velocity and arpeggios studies by Hal 
Stoddard for mamiolin. (C 123471, 
June 14, 1906.) 66485 

2 c each June 14, 1906. 



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28 



Steingraber verlag, I^eipzig, 
Oerniany. 
Daumenuntersatz - iibungen ; ( Exercises 
to practice the pasping of the thumb) 
von Martin Frev fiir piano. (C 128490, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 19(^. ) 

56486 

Stern (Jo*». W.) A co., Xew 

York, N. Y. 

Cymbal (The) danc«; for piano 1)V Leo 

Friedman. (C 123346, June 12,^1906; 

2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 66487 

Donnybrook Fair; characteristic march 
and two step piano solo by Harrv J. 
Davis for piano. (C 122155, May* 26, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 56488 

I like your way; and Friendship from 
"Moonshine; medlev waltz arr. for 
band bv Robt. Keeker. (C 123573, 
June 16;^ 1906; 2 c-. June 16, 1906.) 

56489 

'*iii up in the air about Mary and That's 
when you'll miss me little girl; medley 
waltz arr. for band by Robt. Recker 
(C 123402, June 13, 1906: 2 c. June 13, 
1906. ) 56490 

Stars (The) are still shining; fur you; 
words by S. B. Caasin, music by Will 
Accool. (C 123572, June 16, 1906; 2 c. 
June 16, 1906.) 56491 

Stone (Evelyn), Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
SueHo (El) de amor; (Dream of love) 
waltxes by E. Stone for piano. (C 
123857, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 56492 

Strahl (J. E. ), Pittsburg, Pa. 
Old Monongahela's shore; song by J. E. 
and Walton Strahl. (C 123581, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66493 

Straight (F. Harvey), Brin- 
tol, R. I. 
Crement all the time; wordn and munic 
by F. II. Straight. (C 121662, May 18, 
1906; 2 c. Juue 16, 1906.) 56494 

Strnble (Jacob) , Sioux City, 
Iowa. 
When we sailed from San Franci.«co; 
words by J. Struble, music bv Metro- 
politan music CO. (C 122053,* May 24, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56495 

Tait (Ethel), United States. 
Just a waltz with sweetheart; song bv 
E. Tait (C 123658, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56496 

Tait (James iy. ), T'nited 
StateH. 
I>art (The). good-bye; song bv J. G. Tait. 
(C 123679, June 18, 1906; 2 r. June 18, 
1906.) 56497 



Taylor ( .1/r*. (J. W. ), Arkan- 
sas Citv, Kans. 
C'hildhofxi; words by Mrs. G. W.Taylor, 
music bv Metropolitan music co. (C 
1 1S838, Apr. 13, 1906; 2c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56498 

Tharp(0. J.), Hillview, III. 

Burning (The) Vesuvius; by O. J.Tharp 

for piano. (C 123702, June 18, 1906; 

2 c. June IH, 1906.) 56499 

Tharps (Rachael A.), Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Plea (A) for mercy; words by Lloyd O, 
Lewis, music bv R. A. Tharps. (C 
120588, Mav 5, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 

56500 

Thomas (Maude), (rarland, 

Me. 

Our automobile; words by M. ThoujaH, 

music bv Charles Wads worth Russ. ((' 

122116, 'Mav 25, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) * 56501 

Thouipson (C. W. ) ct co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Whisper good night to roe darling; words 
and music bv Yioletta. (C 1239(M, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 56502 

Thompson (John R. ), JoUey, 

Iowa. 

1 am at the feet of Jesus; words by J. R. 

Thompson, music by Donna Haydee 

Roberts. (C 104068, Sept. 26, 19a5; 2 c. 

June 15, 1906. ) 56508 

Trice (Mrx. J. Frank), Mer- 
cerville, Va. 
That crow black nigger of mine; word.** 
by ilfra. J. F. Trice, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. ((^ 122117, May 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 56404 

Trupe ( Mrs. S. ), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Sister Martha; words and music by Mn*. 
S. Tru|>e. (C 122893, Mav 26, 1906; 2 c. 
June 12, 19()6. ) * 56505 

Tullar-Meredith (Company, 
.Vew York, .\. Y. 
Call, O cjill upon Me; music bv I. H. 
Meredith. {C 12843S, June 14, 19(M5. ) 

56506 

Come unto Me; music bv (irant Colfax 
Tullar. (C 12:M33, June 14, 1906.) 

56507 

ijod that madest earth and heaven; music 
by Grant Colfax Tullar. (C 123434, 
June 14, nu)6. ) 56508 

He gives me peace and gladness; music 
by Grant Colfax Tullar. (C 123435, 
June 14, 1906.^ 56509 

He suffered for thee; music bv Thos. R. 
Middleton. (C 1234.39, June 14, 1906. ) 

56610 



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Tu liar-Meredith company, 
New York, N. Y. 
I am (doming home; words & music bv 
('. S. KauSman. (C 12:^441, June 14, 
190H. ) 56511 

Keep nhinin^; words and music by L. E. 
Joiw4. (C 128442, June 14, 1906.) 

56512 

My joy will be complete; music by Grant 
Colfax Tullar. (C 123432, June 14, 
1906.) 56618 

My song of jov; nmsic bv W. A. Post. 
{V 123431, June 14, 19060 56514 

Tell the Hvmpathizinju: One; nmstc by 
Wm. E.* Marks. (0 123437, June 14, 
1906. ) 66515 

Winning souls; music bv T. R. Middle- 
ton. (C 123440, June 14, 1906. ) 56616 

Word (The) of God; music by Howard 
E. Smith. (C 123436, June 14, 1906.) 

56617 
2 c. eacK June 14, 1906. 

Uvedale (Arthur), Toronto, 

Ontario, Canada. 

Bongs; Eight classic gems with violin ob. 

ad. lib., words and music by A. Uve<lale. 

(C 123888, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) 56518 

Van Cleave ( W. F. ), Dallas, 

Tex. 

Kid-glove (The) grafting man; words 

and music by W. F. Van Cleave. (C 

123583, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906. ) 56519 

Van<iersloot nmsic publish- 
ing company, Williams- 
port, Pa. 
Grenadier guards; march compose<l and 
arr. by F. H. I^osev for full band. (C 
123478, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 56580 

for full orchestra. (C 123804, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 66521 

King of good fellows; march and two step 
by Herman V. Y eager, arr. for full or- 
chestra and piano ace. bv F. H. Ix>6ev. 
(C 123479, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
19(H). ) 66522 

Nuptial waltzes; by Harry J. Lincoln, arr. 
for full orchestra and' piano bv F. H. 
Losev. (C 123480, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56523 

Sun flower; three step bv F. H. Losey for 
full band. (C 123803, June 20, 1906; 
2 c. June20, UM)6.) 56624 

Vickers (George M.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Old Glorv forever; march of the colors 
bv G. M. Vickers. (C 1 19439, Apr. 21, 
19W5; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 66525 



Vincent music company 
(Limited), l^ondon, Eng- 
land. 
MehxiietteH no. 1. Twilight song for 
piano by J. L. Roeckel. (C 12:^^51, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 

66626 

no. 2. Dreams of Erin for pianct, 

by J. L. Roeckel. (C 123352, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 66627 

no. 3. A Norse legend for piano by 



J. L. Roeckel. (C 12a353, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 66528 

no. 4. Dancing thought? for piano 



by J. L. Roeckel. (C 123354, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56529 

no. 5. Jove's question for piano by 



J. L. Roeckel. (C 12:«55, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 66530 

no. 6. Happy memories for piano 



by J. L. Roeckel. (C 123366, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 66581 

Minuet and trio in D; for organ by War- 
wick Jordan. (C 123796, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56632 

Vogel (Henry Peter), Al- 
bany, N. Y. 
Don't say good-bye sweet Elinore; words 
by Harry D. Kerr; music by H. P. 
Vogel. (C 123542, June 16, 1906. ) 

66683 

Put your shoes in my trunk and come 
along with me; words by Harry D. 
Kerr; music by H. P. Vogel. (C 
123541, June 16, 1906.) 66634 

2 c. each May 31, 1906. 

Vogt {Mrs. C. C), Uniteil 
States. 

Lonely (The) l>acheIor on his claim; 
song by Mrs. C. C. Vogt, (C 123647, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66686 

Watson (Jessie), United 
States. 

(irirl (The) forme; song bv J. Watson. (C 
123665, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56586 

Weasner (A. C.) & co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Fleetfoot; composed bv Geo. L. Cobb 
for piano solo. (C 123701 June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56537 

Weber (Harry W. ), Plain- 
field, N. J. 

Cyclone march; by H. W. Weber, for 2 
mandolins guitar and piano. (C 
123258, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 66588 






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Weston (Justus P. ), Boston, 
Mass. 

Our joyful Psalm; morning or evening 
hymn arr. from Smart bv J. P. Weston 
for mixed voices. (C 123800, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 66589 

White ( H. C. ), Sacramento, 
Cal. 

Three cheers for San Francisco; the 
march song of the century, words by 
Roland Oliver, music by Arthur James. 
(C 123315, June 12, 1906; 2 c. May 29, 
1906.) 66640 

White (H. N.), Cleveland. 
Ohio. 

Lucia; grand waltz arr. by Floyd J. St. 
Clair, for piano. (C 123483, June 15, 
1908; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 66641 

White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 

American youth; march for male voices 
by J. C. Macy. (C 123574, June 16, 
1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 66642 

Wilkerson (WMllard A.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Tel^raphers (The) song; by Willard A. 
Wilkerson. (C 123858, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906.) 66543 

Willdridge (Pansy), Pim- 
lico, Md. 

Departed (The) spirit speaketh; a funeral 
hymn, words and music bv P. Will- 
dridge. (C 123543, June 16; 1906; 2 c. 
June 16, 1906. ) 56644 

Williams (Joseph) (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 

M^uire's motor bike; words by Percy 
French, music by Houston Collisson. 
(C 123312, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 66645 

No more o' yer golfin* for me. Ma^uire's 
golfing song words by Percy French, 
music oy Houston Collisson. (C 123794, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

56546 

Rafferty's racin' mare; words by Percy 
French, music by Houston Collisson. 
(C 123313, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 56547 

Wait for a while now Mary; words bv 
Percy French, music by Houston Col- 
lisson, (C 123795. June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906. ) 56548 

Williams (Kate Frayne), 
United States. 
Old (The) home; eongbv K. F. Williams. 
(C 123686, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56549 



Wilson (Mrs. J. A.), United 
States. 
Jamie's trials; song by Mrs. J. A. Wilson. 
(C 123663, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 66650 

Wintermute(IdaS.), United 
States. 
How little we think; song by i. S. Win- 
termute. (C 123700, June 18, 1906; 2 
c. June 18, 1906.) 56561 

Wise (Lillian M.), United 
States. 
Hope (A); song by Kena Reynolds. (C 
123675, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56652 

Witmark (M.) <& sons, New 

York, N. Y. 

Barnyard (The) frolic; words by Charles 

Noel Douglas, music by Karl L. 

Hoscihna. (C 123373, June 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 12, 1906.) 56658 

Benjamin Bims. Everything comes to 
him dat waits; words and music by 
Geo. A. Spink. (C 120776, May 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 66554 

Boys (The) in blue; words by Charles 
Noel Douglas, music by Karl L. 
Hoschna. (C 123721, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 66855 

Everything is Rosy, Kosie; by Seymour 
Furth kev of E flat, vocal orch. 800. 
(C 123536', June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 
1906. ) 66656 

Pm not particular; Why that's the gel 
for me; bv Clifton Crawford for hotel 
orchestra no. 90. (0 123723, June 18. 
1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 66557 

words and music by Clifton Craw- 



ford. (C 123460, June 14, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906. ) 66868 

In a shady nook; novelette by Karl L. 
Hoschna for piano duet. (C 123727, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

66559 

Jolly sailor boys; words bv Charles Noel 
Douglas, nnisic by Karl L. Hoschna. 
(C 123372, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906.) 66660 

Little fire fighters; words by Charles Noel 
Douglas, music by Karl L. Hoschna. 
(C 123720, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 56661 

Little housekeepers; words by Charles 
Noel Douglas music by Karl L. Hoschna. 
(C 123375, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 56662 

Little postmen; words by Charles Noel 
Douglas, nmsic by Karl L. Hoschna. 
(C 123722, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906.) 56561 



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Witmark (M.) A sons. New 
York, N. Y. 
Love me, and the world is mine; by 
Ernest R. Ball, arr. by T. P. and Geo. 
J. Trinkaus for mandolin orchestra. 
(G 123728, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 56664 

Lnna pastimes; march and two step by 
Manuel Klein, arr. for band by James 
M. Fulton. (G 123725, June 18, 1906; 
2 i\ June 16, 1906. ) 56665 

Man (The) from Now; selection by Manuel 
Klein for piano. (G 123567, June 16, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 66666 

Martinique intermezzo; by William Lo- 
ral ne, arr. for military band by Herbert 
L. Glarke. (C 123830, June 20, 1906; 
2 c. Jane 19, 1906.) 66567 

Moth (The) and the butterfly; words by 
Will A.Cook, music by Karl L.Hoschna. 
(C 113380, Feb. 1, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 66668 

Nordland; entr'acte by Victor Herbert 
arr. for band bv Otto Langey. (C 
123726, June IS," 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 66669 

arranged for orchestra by Otto 

Langev. (C 123729, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. J line 16, 1906.) 56670 

Ou the shady side; by Clifton Crawford 
for hotel orchestra no. 90. (C 123724 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

56671 



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Witm&tk (M. ) A sons, New 
York, N, Y. 

Young America; or, What we intend to 
do; words by Charles Noel Douglas, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. (C 123374, 
June IS. I#0f); 2 c. Jane 12, 1906. ) 

56572 

Wood { B. F. ) music co. , Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Come Holy Ghost; hymn anthem by W. 
W. Farmer. (C 123467, June 14, 1906. ) 

66678 

Holy Father hear my cry; response by 
Mendelssohn. (C 12S469, June 14, 
1906. ) 66574 

Tve found a friend; hymn-cmthem by 
Protheroe. (C 123468, June 14, 1906. ) 

66676 
2 c. each June 14, 1906. 

Woods (Joseph A. ), United 
States. 

Say you love only me; song by J. A. 
Woods. (C 123672, J B 



June 18, 1906.) 



une 18, 1906; 2 c. 
66676 



Zimmerman (Jul. H.), Leip- 
zig, Germany. 

Marche der wojewoden; fur klavier von 
Gamillo Morena, op. 103. (G 123494, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 

66677 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 

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PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 2 



July 12, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVEBXMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Amnged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by Utlefl. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreyiatod. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Aeolian company, New York, N. Y. Class C, 
XXc, no. 124O0t, June 26, 1906: 2 copies received June SO, 1906." 



Aeolian oompanv, New 
York, N. Y. 
Danse des dryades; caprice-scberzo by 
Kowalaki, op. 16 no. 10; metrostyle no. 
71351. (C 124093, June 25, 1906. ) 

67873 

Douce caresse by £. Gillet; metrostyle 
no. 71343. (C 124092, June 25, 1906.) 

5T874 

Ktude in C sbarp minor; by Chopin, op. 
10 no. 4; metrostyle no. 71i«3. (C 
124090, June 25, 1906. ) •7876 

Gavotte by Dupont; metroetvle no. 71341. 
(C 124091, June 25, 1906. ) 67876 

Impromptu in £ flat; by Schubert op. 90 
no. 2; metroatyle no. 71371 . (C 124097, 
June 25, 1906. ) 67877 

Inouietude; piece humoristique by C. 
Ghaminade, op. 87 no. 3; metrostyle 
no. 71331. (C 124089, June 25, 1906.) 

67878 

Marche au Supplice; de la Sinfonie fan- 
taatiqae trans, by Liszt in B. from Ber- 
lioz; metroetyle no. 71323. (C 124088, 
June 25, 1906.) 67879 

Novelette in B minor; by Rimsky-Kor- 
sakow; metrostyle no. 71363. (C 
124096, June 25, 1906. ) 67880 

Rhapeodie Hongroise in A minor; no. 11; 
bv Liszt; metrostyle no. 71353. (C 
124094, June 25, 1906. ) 67881 

Ungariacher tanz. by Moszkowski, op. 
11; metrostyle no. 71361. (C 124095, 
June 25, 1906. ) 6788S 

2 c each June 30, 1906. 

Anthony brothers. Fall Riv- 
er, Mass. 
Sweetheart Sue; words by Gha& J. Young, 
music by B. R. Anthony. (C 124007, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 

67883 

Apollo verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Thalia-Rheinlander; aus Hochparterre 
links von Paul Lincke» orchester- 
stimmen mit piano-direction. (0 
123968, June 22, 1906. ) 67884 



Apollo verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Thalia-Rheinlander; aus Hochparterre 
links von Paul Lincke, salon-orchester 
auflgabe. (C 123969, June 22, 1906. ) 

67886 
2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Armstrong k Mittenthal, 

Boston, Mass. 

Maryland, my Maryland; words by Jos. 

Mittentnall, music by Harry Armstrong. 

(C 124034, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June tfiS, 

1906. ) 67886 

Ayars ( G. V. ), United States. 
Watch out sir! Do not go it blind! song 
by G. V. A. (0 124248, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 67887 

Baker ( W . C. ), United States. 
We parted in September; words and mu- 
sic by W. C. Baker. (C 124177, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 67988 

Barnitz, James D., Philadel* 

phia. Pa. 

Glory to Thee; words and music by J. D. 

Barnitz. (0 124444, June 27, 1906. ) 

67889 

Last (The) call; words and music by 
J. D. Barnitz. (C 12442, June 27, 
1906. ) 67890 

Love's sweet refrain; words and music 
by J. D. Barnitz. (C 124443, June 27, 
1906. ) 57891 

Speak just a word; words and music by 
J. D. Barnitz. (C 124446, June 27, 
1906. ) 67892 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Barry (Thos. J.), United 
States. 
Erin my home; written and composed by 
T. J. Barry. (C 124184, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 67898 

Battershill (Wm.), United 
States. 
San Francisco; song by W. Battershill. 
(C 124235, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 
25, 1906.) 67894 

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Benjamin (Anton J.), Ham- 
burg, Germany. 
Gebii^gegrasse; Melodienreiche salon- 
stiike f iir das pianoforte von C. A. Her- 
mann, op. 21 band 1. (0 123972, June 
22, 1906. ) 57895 

op. 22 band 2. (C 123973, June 22, 

1906.) 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 57896 

Birum (Mrs. M. M.), United 
States. 
That letter to mother; song by Mrs. 
M. M. Birum. (C 124242, June 26, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 67897 

Booeey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
God and the universe; choral song, poem 
by Lord Tennvson, music by Charles 
Vomers Stanford. (C 124142, June 25, 
1906. ) 67898 

Remembrance; wordsby Carleton Bridge, 
music bv Ada Hamilton Hambro. (C 
124141, June 25, 1906. ) 57899 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Bosley <& Allen, United 

States. 

PartinjB^ (The); words by Orban Allen, 

music by Severin A. Bosley. (C 

124075, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 

1906. ) 67900 

Bosworth & CO., Leipzig, 
German}^. 
Barcarole; von P. Tschaikowsky, furvio- 
line und klavier arr. von Emil Kross. 
(C 123978, June 22, 1906.) 57901 

Bavolet (Le) flottant; von Fr. Couperin, 
fur violine und klavier iibertragen von 
Emil Kross. ( C 123976, June 22, 1906. 

57902 

Bergwanderung; kantate fiir gemischten 
chor und orcli ester oder klavier zu vier 
handen von Josef Reiter, op. 66, klaveir- 
auszug. (B 123982, June 22, 1906. ) 

57908 

Complaisante (La); von Carl Philipp 
Emanuel Bach, fiir violine und klavier 
arr. von Emil Kross. (C 123977, June 
22, 1906.) 57904 

Daheim; fiir gemischten chor und 
streichorchester oder klavier zu vier 
handen von Josef Reiter, op. 63. (C 
123983, June 22, 1906. ) 57905 

'Ej8 war ein kind; lied fiir gemischten 
chor ohne begleitung von Karl Sipek, 
op. 24, no. 4. (C 123981, June 22, 
1906. ) 57906 

Libellen-tanz; pour violon et pianoforte 
par Oskar Riedling, op. 20. ( C 123979, 
June 22, 1906.) 57907 

Metamorphose; fiir mannerchor von 
Victor Keldorfer, op. 54. (C 123980, 
June 22, 1906. ) 57908 



Bosworth & CO., Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Tarantelle; for violin and piano bv 
Franz Drdla, op: 27, no. 2. (C 123984, 
June 22, 1906.) 57909 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Theoretiflch-praktische klarinettenschule, 
von Maximilian Gabler. (C 123967, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 

57910 

Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

York, N. Y. 

Barcarolle, "Hymn to the night;" for 

violin or cello and piano by W. D. 

Armstrong, no. 5. (C 124030, June 

22,1906.) 57911 

Light: quartet for male voices by Wil- 
liam D. Armstrong, no. 1. (C 124027, 
June 22, 1906. ) 57912 

My love is like a red, red rose; duet for 
soprano and alto with piano accompt. 
by William D. Armstrong, no. 2. (C 
124028, June 22, 1906. ) 57918 

Theme and variations G major. Homagt* 
^ Havdn; for string quartet parts by 
W. D. Armstrong, no 4. (C 124029. 
June 22, 1906. ) 579 U 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Bowhousen (Mrs. F. W.), 
Unitea States. 
Picture (A); song by Mrs. F. W. Bow- 
housen. (C 124246, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57916 

Brown (F. H.), United 
States. 
Memories of childhood; song bv F. H. 
Brown. (C 124241, June 25, 1906.) 

57916 
Old (The) Corduroy pike; song by F. H. 
Brown. (C 124240, June 25, 1906. ) 

57917 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Brown (S. M.), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Going back home to stay; words and 
music by S. M. Brown. (C 124045, 
June 6, 1906; 2 c. June 6, 1906.) 57918 

Bnck (G. F.), United States. 
One of the earthquake heroes; song by 
G. F. Buck. (C 124251, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57919 

Callahan (Francis J. ), United 

States. 

There is no sweeter rose; words by F. J. 

Callahan, music bv Eugene Kaeuffer. 

(C 124172, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 

1906. ) 57920 



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29 



Cam in (Margar^th 0.), Chi- 
cago, m. 
American Presidents march; words and 
music by Margareth O. Camin. (C 
123577, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906. ) 57921 

Canning (Austin P. ), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Mary Green; words by A. P. Canning, 
mufiic by Charles Wadsworth Kuss. 
(C 121508, May 16, 1906; 1 c. June 20, 
1906; 1 c. June 27, 1906. ) 57922 

Carisch & Janichen, Milano, 
Italy. 
Nottomo; per pianoforte di Antonio Sani. 
(C 123970, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906.) 57923 

CasaDot^sio, Madrid, Spain. 
Tu8 ensuefios; serenata espaHola, ^&t £. 
H. De Andua^, letra de J. Rodriguez, 
paroles fran9ai8e de L. Keel . ( C 1 241 20, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

57924 

Chandler-Held music com- 
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Humoresae; for piano oy Eugenio Pirani: 
op. 90, no. 3. (CI 23936, June 8, 1906. ) 

57925 

Lullaby; for piano by Eugenio Pirani: 
op. 90, no. 2. (C 123935, June 8, 1906. ) 

57926 

Marcbe mignonne; for piano par Eugenio 
Pirani: op. 90, no. 1. (C 123937, June 
8, 1906.) 57927 

2 c. each June 8, 1906. 

Chappell <& CO., London, 
England. 
Dairymaids (The); lancers arr. by Leon- 
ard Williams for piano. (C 124280, 
June 26, 1906. ) 57928 

Musical play, by Paul A. Rubens 

and Frank E. Tours, pianoforte solo 
arr. by Albert Ket^lbey. (C 124281, 
June 26, 1906.) 57929 

(.Jirl (The) behind the counter; musical 
comedy by Howard Talbot, pianoforte 
solo arr. bv Albert Ket^lbev. (C 
124282, June 26, 1906.) ' 57930 

2 c. each June 26. 1906. 

Christensen (Axel W. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Christensen's piano rag-time. ( C 124099, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

57981 

Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Arbutus; for piano with narrative verse 
by M. H. Cochran. (C 124107, June 
25, 1906; 2 v. June 25, 1906.) 57982 



Church (John) company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Baby clover; words bv Rachael Barton 

Butler, music by Charles Willeby for 

low voice. (C 124417, June 26, 1906; 

2 c. June 26, 1906.) 57983 

Clematis; for piano with narrative verse 
by M. H. Cochran. (C 124103, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57984 

Clover; for piano with narrative verse 
by M. H. Cochran. (C 124106, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57985 

Columbine; for piano with narrative 
verse by M. H. Cochran. (C 124105, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

57986 

Harebells; for piano with narrative verse 
by M. H. Cochran. (C 124104, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 67987 

Honeysuckle; for piano with narrative 
verse bv M. H. Cochran. (C 124102, 
June 25*; 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

57988 

Minstrel jokes; for band by Milt. B. Hall. 
(C 124008, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. ) 57989 

Clark (Ella Southworth), 
United States. 

trusty pilot; song by E. S. Clark. (C 
124171, June 25, 1906; 2 o. June 25, 
1906.) 57940 

Clark (Howard), United 
States. 

1 do love money, but, I hate to work; 
song by Howard C. Washington. (0 
124236, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 57941 

Clark (O. C. ), United States. 
San Francisco quakes and burns; song by 
0. C. Clark. (C 124239, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906.) 57942 

Clark (William Adolphus), 
United States. 
City (The) of the dead; song by W^ A. 
Clark. (C 124259, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 57948 

Cooper (S. W.), United 
States. 
Blue (A) jacket's farewell to mother; song 
by S. W. Cooper. (C 124257, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57944 

Corbett (W. Z.), Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 
Strenuous (The) march; bv J. Z. Full- 
blood, for piano. (C 124148, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 57945 

Cramer (J. B.) & co. (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Apples in the orchard; words by Ed. 
Teschemacher, music bv Ernest New- 
ton, no. 1 in F. (C 124145, June 25, 
1906. ) 57946 



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Cramer (J. B.) & co. (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Apples in the orchard; words by Ed. 
Teschemacher, niueic by Ernest* New- 
ton, no. 2 in G. (C 124146, June 25, 
1906.) 67947 

no. 3 in A flat. (C 124147, June 25, 

1906. ) 57948 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. ) 

Cribbe (Fred M.), United 
States. 
Fatal (The) auto ride; words and music 
by F. M. Cribbs. (C 124183, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. 67949 

Crimi (Salvator), Moneessen, 
Pa. 
Vesuvio (The) march; by S. Crimi, for 
band. (C 124267, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
June 26, 1906.) 67960 

Crowley {Capt. H. IL), 

United States. 

Irish (The) American soldier; words by 

Capt. H. H. Crowley, music by Eugene 

Kaeuffer. (C 124170, June 25, 1906; 2 

c. June 25, 1906.) 67951 

Cudney ( Mrs. Charles ) , 
United States. 
San Francisco, the ill-fated city; song by 
Mrs. C. Cudney. (C 124237, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 57952 

Curtis (P. C. ), United States. 

'Neath the old pine tree; medley waltz 

words and music by P. C. Curtis. (C 

124179, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 

1906. ) 67953 

Daniels (Fred), Chicago, 111. 

Smile (A) is all I ask of you; words by 

A. G. Pierrot, music tv F. Daniels. 

(C 123190, June 11, 1906; 1 c. June 11, 

1906; 1 c. June 23, 1906.) 67964 

Dean (Fred A.) Springfield, 
Mass. 
Constancy; words and music by Freder- 
ick A. Dean for contralto or bass in D. 
(C 124272, June 26, 1906.) 67955 

for mezz.-sop. or tenor in F. (C 

124270, June 26, 1906. ) 67956 



piano solo. (C 124271, June 26, 

1906. ) 67967 

2 v.. each June 26, 1906. 

Dean (Margaret B. ), Obion, 
Tenn. 
He's his manimv's pickaninny; w^ords 
and music by M. B. Bean. (C 124276, 
June 26, 1906.) 57968 

Our baby bov; words and music by M. B. 
Dean. ( C 124275, June 26, 1906. ) 

67969 
2 c. each June 26, 1906.) 



Ditfion (Oliver) co., Boteon, 

Mass. 

Art (The) of vocalization: compiled and 

edited by Eduardo Marza for aoprano 

book 1. (C 124152, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 

June 25, 1906. ) 67960 
book 2. (C 124153, June 26, 1906; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 57961 
book 3. (C 124154, June 25, 1906; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 67968 

Bugle Bong, "The splendor falls on castle 
walls;" part-fiong for mixed voices, 
words by Lortl Alfred Tennyson, music 
by J. L. Hatton, arr. by N. Clifford 
Page. (C 124064, June 23, 1906; 2 c. 
June 23, 1906. ) 67968 

Come unto me; anthem, music by Ed- 
mondstoune Duncan. (C 124043, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 67964 

Dearest heart; waltz by C. W. Bennet 
for military band. ( C 124062, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 67966 

Ding-a-ling; part-song for mixed voices, 
words bv L. Frank Baum, music bv 
James S' Ford. (C 124063, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 57966 

Golden (The) magnet; overture by C. W. 
Bennet for military band. (C 124059. 
June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 

67967 

King (The) of love, my Shepherd is; 
song by William R. Spence, key of E 
flat for high voice. (C 124060, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 67968 

Morning prayer, "New-born I bless the 
waking hour;" by P. A. Schneeker, 
kev of F for voice, piano or oraan ace. 
(C 124066, June 23, 1906; 2 e. June 23, 
1906.) 67969 

Simon the cellarer; imrt-song for men's 
voices, words by W. H. Bellamy, music 
by J. L. Hatton, arr. by W. G. Owst ( C 
124058, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 
1906.) 67970 

Slumberland ; pajrt-son^ for mixed voieef^, 
words by Clifton Bingham, music bv 
James S! Ford. (C 124057, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 67971 

Song without words; dialogue for piano 
by W. Berwald. (C 124065, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 67972 

To the last; words anon, music by Gas- 
ton Borch, op. 37 no. 1 key of A flat. 
(C 124061, Jnne 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 
1906.) 67978 

Du Quesne & Brown company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
I^and (The) where my fathers died is 
good enough for me; words and music 
by A. Seymour Brown, arr. by F. K. 
Neff. (C 124437, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 26, 1906.) 67974 



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31 



Elkin & CO. (Limited), Lon- 
don, England. 
God give you sleep; words by Augusta 
Hancock, music by Frederick Norton, 
no. 2 in F. (C 124140, June 25, 1906. ) 

57976 

Song of the Shepherd; words by R. H. 
Elkin, music by A. L. (Mrs. Rudolf 
Lehmann) no. 1 in F. (C 124144, June 
25, 1906.) 67976 

Two Chinese songs no. 1 Waiting, no. 
2 a picnic; composed for voice and 
piano by Cyril Scott. (C 124143, June 
25,1906.) 67977 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Ellis (Effa), Council Bluffs, 
Iowa. 
EllisVillustrated /music course for music 
teachers. Lesson 8. ( A 148780, June 
20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 67978 

Fax (Jas.), Canada. 
Her answer; song by J. Fax. (C 124125, 
June 25, 1906.) 67979 

How do they know, I dunno; song by 
J. Fax. (C 124123, June 25, 1906.) 

67980 

In the twilight; song by J. Fax. (C 
124126, June 25, 1906. ) 67981 

It's a fad, no a food; song by J. Fax. 
(C 124127, June 25, 1906. ) 67982 

Whirling Dan; song by J. Fax. (C 
124122, June 25, 1906. ) 67988 

Will yon have one with me; written and 
composed by J. Fax, arr. by Arthur 
Blakelev. (C 124124, June 25, 1906. ) 

67984 
2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Feist (Leo), New York, N. Y. 
Daydreams; a reverie by Carl G.Schmidt 
for piano. (C 124286, June 26, 1906; 2 
V. June 23, 1906. ) 67986 

Feldman fB. ) & co. , London, 

England. . 

It ain't all honey and it ain't all jam: 

written and composed by Fred Murray 

and Geo. Everard. (C 124279, June 

26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 67986 

Fischer (Qirl), New York, 

N.Y. 

Masqueraders (The); waltz by W. F. 

f Sudds, op. 309 for orchestra. (C 

124149, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 

1906.) 67987 

Flamm (H.), P^i«, France. 
Crueile attente; valselente par R. Flamm, 
b op. 36 for piano. (C 124121, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. Jane ^, 1906. ) 67988 



Flueckiger (G.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
You're as fair as the flowers in spring- 
time; words and music by G. Flueck- 
iger; arr. by M. L. Anthony. ( C 1 24425, 
June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 

67989 

Forbeig (Robert), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Symphonic path^tique; par P. Tschai- 
kowsky, (partition a'orchestre de 
poche) revision par Paul Klengel. 
(C 123963, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. ) 67990 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 
Mascarade; valse by Harry Wood for 
piano. (C 124129, June 25, 1906.) 

67991 

What a lovely lot they are; written and 
composed by Murray and Leigh. (C 
124128, June 25, 1906.) 67992 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. ) 

Frederick (A. C), United 
States. 
San Francisco now and then; song by A. 
C. Frederick. (C 124250, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 67998 

Furstner (Adolph), Berlin, 
Germany. 
Feueranot; von Ernst van Wolzogen, 
musik von Richard Strauss, op. 50, fur 
militar-musik arr. von M. Hogg, stim- 
men. (C 123974, June 22, 1906; 2 c. 
June 22, 1906.) 67994 

Gammon (Mrs. J. H. C), 
Canada. 
Fair Canada; song by Mrs. N. H. Gam- 
mon. (C 124426, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 67996 

Gonion (Hamilton S.), East 
Orange, N. J. 
Fair Natalie; words and music by Flor- 
ence Steele. (C 123147, June 9, 1906; 
2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 67996 

On a summers day; medley waltz intro. 
"When the sun goes down in splen- 
dor," by Montgomery and Carle, arr. 
by Everett J. Evans for band. (C 
124186, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906. ) 67997 

True love; words and music by A i nolle 
B. Isaacs and Geo. W. Mever. (C 
123146, June 9, 1906; 2 c. jFune 26, 
1906.) 67998 

Grant (James Miller), To- 
ronto, Canada. 
Fallen; words by Grant Balfour, music 
by Fag G. Stanburv. (C 124420, June 
27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 67999 



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Gray {Mrs, E.G.), United 
States. 
Battle (The) over the Maine; song by 
Mrs. E. C. Gray. (C 124245, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58000 

Hansen (Wilhehn), Kopen- 
hagen, Denmark. 
Kinder-trios; fur klavier, violine und ' 
violoncell von Emil Soohting, op. 66. j 
(C 123971, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. ) 58001 

Harms (T. B. ) company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Dear old Broadway; words by R. H. 
Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker. 
(C 124068, June 23, 1906.) 58002 

Love is a wonderful thing; words by R. H. 
Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker. 
(C 124069, June 23, 1906. ) 58003 

Whencupid plays a little game of hearts; 
words by R. H. Burnside, music by 
Gustave Kerker. (C 124067, June 23, 
1906. ) 58004 

2 c. each June 23, 1906. 

Harris (Thoro), Chicago, III. 

Another wave is coming; umsic bv T. 

Harris. (C 124209, June 25, 19060 

58005 

Answer yes to Jesus; song by T. Harris. 
(C 124214, June 25, 1906. ) 58006 

Around the throne; song by T. Harris. 
(C 12-1217, June 25, 1906. ) 58007 

Blessed story of His love; music by T. 

Harris. (C 124201, June 25, 1906.) 

58008 
Dearer each day; scmg by T. Harris. (C 

124207, June 25, 1906.) 58009 

Festival (The) divine; music by John 
Burt. (C 124197, June 25, 1906. ) 

58010 

Forward march ; song by T. Harris. (C 
124218, June 25, 1906.) 58011 

Full surrender; song by T. Harris. (C 
124223, June 25, 1906. ) 58012 

Golden (The) gate; music by T. Harris. 
(C 124212, June 25, 1906. ) 58013 

Heart of love; by T. Harris, song. (C 
124206, June 25, 1906.) 58014 

Home lights; music by T. Harris. (C 
124199, June 25, 1906. ) 58015 

I need a Savior too; music bv T. Harris. 
(C 124200, June 25, 1906.) * 58016 

If your heart beats true to Jesus; song 
by T. Harris. (C 124195, June 25, 
1906.) . 58017 

Jesus loves you still; music by T. Harris. 
(C 124220, June 25, 1906. ) 58018 

Keep step with Jesus; music by T. Har- 
ris. (C 124222, June 25, 1906. ) 58019 



Harris (Thoro), Chicago, 111. 
Leave me not; song by T. Harris. (C 
124219, June 25, 1906. ) 58020 

Marching home; song by T. Harris. (C 
124198, June 25, 1906. ) 68021 

My Father knows what's best; song bv 
Thoro Harris. (C 124202, June 25*, 
1906. ) 58022 

Mv life is filled with sunshine; song bv 
^r. Harris. (C 124205, June 25, 1906.') 

58023 

My soul will understand; music by T. 
Harris. (C 124216, June 25, 1906. ) 

58024 

Open the door for Jesus; song by T. 
Harris. (C 124208, June 25, 1906. ) 

58025 

Pressing on with Jesus; music by T. 
Harris. (C 124204, June 25, 1906. ) 

58026 

Redeemed by love; music by T. Harris. 
(C 124221, June 25, 1906. ) 58027 

Sacred cross; music by T. Harris. (C 
124224, June 25, 1906.) 58028 

Somebody's knocking; song by T. Har- 
ris. ( C 124215, June 25, 1906. ) 58029 

Speak to me; music by E. C. S. (C 
124196, June 25, 1906. ) 58030 

They are reading you; music by T. Har- 
ris. (C 124225, June 25, 1906. ) 58031 

To win the world; song by T. Harris. 
(C 124213, June 25, 1906. ) 58032 

Who shall be able to stand? song bv 
Thoro Harris. (C124210, June 25, 1906.') 

58033 

Who will Un\ for Jesus? song by T. Har- 
ris. (C 124203, June 25, 1906. ) 58034 

Wings (The) of a dove; music by T. 
Harris. (C 124211, June 25, 1906.) 

58035 
2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Harvey (Mrs. H.), United 
States. 
Little sweet-faced pansies; song bv Mrs. 
H. Harvey. (C 124249, June 25*, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58036 

Ilenkel (Th.), Frankfurt a. 
M., Germany. 
Gavotte mignonne; fiir pianoforte vou 
Wilhelm Hill, op. 60 no. 2. (C 123975, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 

58087 

Heyd (Flora M.), Tnited 
States. 

Ixjve's hope; t*ong bv F. M. Heyd. (C- 
124243, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25. 
1906. ) 58088 



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Hill (M. J.), Upland, Ind. 
Accept Him tonday; words by Howard G. 
Hastings, music by Melvin J. Hill. (C 

124371, June 26, 1906. ) 68039 

Worship and praise; words by Melvin J. 
Hill, muflic by Elizabeth Jackson. (C 

124372, June 26, 1906. ) 58040 

2 c each June 26, 1906. 

Hohneister (Priedrich), Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Alte Franzoeen; perlen der franzosischen 
klavierliteratur rev. and bearb. von 
Robert Hermann; heft 1 no. 1-4 corapl. 
(C 123987, June 22, 1906. ) 68041 

no. 1. Lee barricades myst^rieuses; 

par Couperin. (C 123958, June 22, 
1906. ) 68042 

no. 2. La Pateline; par Couperin. 

(C 123959, June 22, 1906. ) 68043 

no. 3. L'all^gresse des vainqueurs; 



par Couperin. (C 123960, June 22, 
1906. ) 68044 

no. 4. La Bersan; par Couperin. 

(C 123961, June 22, 1906.) 68046 

no. 5. LeCoucou; par Daquin. (C 

123962, June 22, 1906. ) 68046 

Serenade, no. 1. A dur fur violine und 
klavier von Franz Drdla, new ed. by 
P. A. Tirindelli. (C 124026, June 22, 
1906. ) 68047 

von Franz Drdla, fur hannonium 

und piano arr. von August Reinhard. 
(C 1^86, June 22, 1906. ) 68048 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Indian print shop, Chilocoo, 
Okla. 
Cante Masica. Sioux Indian pong re- 
corded by Harold A. Loring arr. for 
Und. (C 124261, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906. ) 68049 

Jefferson (Geo. F.), Brix>k- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Free land; words and music by G. F. 
Jeffereon, [new ed.] (C 124160, June 
25, 1906.) 68060 

(>od*8 law; words and music by Geo. F. 
Jefferson, [new ed.] (C 124157, June 
25, 1906.) 68061 

Love and truth; words and music by 
Geo. F. Jefferson, [new ed.] (C 124158, 
June 25, 1906.) 68062 

Peace and progress; words and mupic by 
G. F. Jefferson, [new ed.] (C 124159, 
June 25, 1906. ) 68068 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Joanin (A.) & co., Paris, 
France. 
C^l^bre s^rdnade k Jacoues Thibaud; 
pour piano et violon par Dezso Lederer. 
(0 124115, June 25, 1906.) 68064 

25910— FT 3, Ko 2—07 3 



Joanin (A.) & co., Paris, 

France. 

Dans la campagne; pour violon avec 

yiano par Christaan Kriens. (C 1241 14, 
une 25, 1906.) 68066 

Serenade m^lancolique; pour violon avec 

Jiano par Christaan Kriens. (C 124 1 1 3, 
une 25, 1906. ) 68066 

2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Joyce, Ruby & Bendemagle, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Strolling with your summer girl; words 

and music by Lew P. Bendernagel. 

(C 121553, May 17, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 

1906. ) 68067 

Lamb ( Wm. F. ), Pottstown, 
Pa. 
Alma dear; words by D. S. Potts, music 
by L. Rooke Loomis. (C 124266, Jnne 
26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 68068 

Lee (Jennie B.), United 

States. 

I want to spend Christmas with papa in 

heaven; words and music by J. B. Lee. 

(C 124175, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 

1906.) 68069 

Lennard (Lady Barrett), 
Brighton, England. 
Lords of the restless sea; words by T. B. 
Hennel, music by Lady Barrett Len- 
nard. (C 124119, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906.) 68060 

Lenox music company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Merry maidens; march and two-step by 
Karl I^n ox for piano, ( C 1 24025, J une 
22, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 68061 

Leonard & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Barcarolle ( A ) ; written and coini)Osed by 
Jack Thompson. (C 124(H2, June 23. 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 68062 

I^euckart (F. E. C), Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Zwei lieder fur miinnerchor von E. Dercks, 
op. 23 no. 2; Bei Sternenpracht; ged. 
von Julius Gersdorff. (C 123964, Jime 
22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 68063 

Lublin & CO., Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. 
Apple (The) tree; wonlsby Harold Sim|>- 
son, music bv Charles Braun. (C 1 23939, 
June 22, 1906. ) 68064 

Apples round and apples red; words by 
Harold Simpson, music by Charles 
Braun. (C 123942, June 22, 1906,) 

68066 

Blossom and fruit; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Charles Braim. (C 
123943, June 22, 1906.) 68066 



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Lublin & CO., London, En;^- 
land. 
Chanson de Fortunio; pot'sie d' Alfred 
Musset, musiquede Febbo Padic^ra. ( C 
123945, June 22, 1906. ) 58067 

Cherry (The J tree; wortlsby HaroldSimp- 
8on, music Dy Charles Braun. ( C 1 23940, 
June 22, 1906. ) 58068 

In the orchard; words by Harold Simp- 
son, music by Charles Bniun. (C 123938, 
June 22, 1906.) 68069 

Mass (A) of daffodils; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Charles Braun. (C 
123941, June 22, 1906. ) 58070 

Ponies (The) parade; for piano by Hil- 
dur Brostrom. (0 123944, June 22, 
1906.) 58071 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Lyon & Heal^, Chicago, 111. 
Persia; an oriental intermezzo by Robert 
Darnell for piano. (C 124192, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 68072 

Manning (Alfred J.), Lima, 
Ohio. 
Mione; march by A. J. Manning, op. 5 
forpiano. (C117098, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
June 22, 1906. ) 58078 

Maunder (J. H.), London, 

England. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis; evening 

service from service no. 1 in chant form 

by J. H. Maunder. (C 124118, June 

25, 1906. ) 68074 

Office for the Holy Communion; from 
the service no. 1 in chant form by J H. 
Maunder. (C 124117, June 25, 1906.) 

58075 
2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Mayer ( Gaston ) , London, 
England. 
Come my sweetheart to me; song writ- 
ten by Eustace Ponsonby composed 
by Harry Fragson. (C 124429, June 
27, 1906.) 58076 

Frou Prou; duet written by Eustace Pon- 
sonby, comiHised bv Harrv Fragson. 
(C 124428, June 27, 1906. ) ' 58077 

Is it you? written by Eustace Ponsonby, 
composed by H arry Fragson .(CI 24432, 
June 27, 1906.) 58078 

Kingdom (The) of love; written by 
Eustace Ponsonby, composed bv Harry 
Fragson. ( C 1 24430, June 27, 'l 906. ) 

58079 

Tom the piper's eon; written by Eustace 
Ponsonby, composed by Harry Frag- 
son. (C 124431, June 27, 1906.) 58080 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 



Meeker ( May S. ) & Whittier 

( Ix)uise Meeker ) , Farm- 

ington, Minn., and 

Detroit, Mich. 

Skating with Marie; waltz song bv M. S. 

Meeker. (C 118461, Apr. 7, 1906; 2 c. 

June 27, 1906.) 58081 

Messina ( J( «. ) , Ph il adel- 

phia, Pa. 

20th (The) wntury march and two st^p; 

arr. by J. Messina for \aolin crornet 

and piano. (0 124053, June 23, 1906; 

2 c. June 22, 1906.) 58082 

Metropolitan music com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Love in an air ship; words by Tom Slack, 
music by Arthur A. Penn. (C 124441, 
June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 

58083 

Metzler & co. (Limited), 

Ix)ndon, England. 

Two poems A, A little violet, B, A bunch 

of roses; written by Maud Cunninc- 

ham, composed by Ralph Ray mono. 

(C 124078, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 

1906. ) 58084 

Miller (Mrs. Ellene), United 
States. 
Meet me on the trail, love; words and 
music by Mrs. E. Miller. (C 124176, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

58085 
Mitchell (J. J.), United 
States. 
Papa dies to-night; song by J. J. Mitch- 
ell. (C 124238, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 58086 

Moe (Maud H.), United 
States. 
When skies of blue have turned to grav; 
song by M. H. Moe. (C 124174, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58087 

Molineux (Geo.) , New York, 

N. Y. 

Sorella (La); Spanish march by Ch. 

Boret-Clerc arr. by J. W. Lerman for 

piano 6 hands. (C 122702, June 2, 

1906.) 68088 

simp. ed. bv J. W. I^rman for 

piano. (CI 22701, June2, 1906.) 58089 
2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Morley (Richard A. ), Unite<l 
States. 
I)fK)nied (The) city; song bv R. A. Mor- 
lev. (C 124244, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 58090 

Morris (Jos.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Annie lAurie was to be a soldier's bride; 

medley march arr. by J. Messina for 

1st. and 2nd. mandolin and guitar. (C 

124047, June 23, 1906.) 58091 



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35 



Morris (Jo8.)i Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Button, button who's got the button? 
club arrangement by J. Messina for 
let and 2nd. mandolin and guitar, 
violin comet and piano. (C 124049, 
June 23, 1906.) 58092 

Carpet rags; arr. by J. Messina for Ist 
and 2nd. mandolin and guitar. (C 
124048, June 23, 1906. ) 58093 

City of refuge; arr. by J. Messina Ipt. 
and 2nd. mandolin and guitar. (C 
124050, June 23, 1906. ) 58094 

Flirtation; arr. by R. L. Weaver Ist. and 
2nd. mandolin and guitar. (C 124051 
June 23, 1906. ) 58095 

Some one looks good to some one; arr. 
by Joe Messina for orchestra. (C 
124016, June 23, 1906.) 68096 

Sorella (La); club arrangement by J. 
Messina for Ist. and 2nd. mandolin, 
guitar, violin, cornet and piano. (C 
1 24052, J une 23, 1 906. ) 58097 

2 c. each June 22, 190(5. 

Novell© <& CO. (Limited), 

London, England. 

Who is like unto Thee, Lord; anthem 

for men's voicies composed by John K. 

West. (C 124116, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 

June 25, 1906. ) 58098 

Nysewander (C. ), Des Moines, 
Iowa. 
We will sing victory; words by C. Nyse- 
wander music by A. O. Nvsewanaer. 
(C 123949, June 13, 1906; 2"c. June 13, 
1906.) 58099 

Orpheus music company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(V)]n(ianions of old; by Sep Winner, arr. 

bv W. L. Rosenberg for voice and 

piano. (C 124416, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Jime26, 1906.) 58100 

Patterson (Wm. C), Buena 
VMsta, Colo. 
Kncna Vista; wonls by W. C. Patternon, 
music bv Thos. J. Purcell. (0 116510, 
Mar. 17,' 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

58101 

Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Atlantic City yacht club; march bv 
Mackie-Beyer for military Iwind. (C 
124413, June 26, 1906.) ' 58102 

Battery O; march militaire by Frank 
Winstein, arr. by Mackie- Beyer for 
land. (C 124415, June 26, 1906. ) 

58103 
City of Bisbee; march bv Frank Win- 
Htein, arr. by Mackie- Beyer for mili- 
tary Ijand. (C 124412, June 26, 1906. ) 

58104 



Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
From Vienna to Berlin; polka franyaise 
by Rich. Eilenberg, arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for full on-hestra. (C 124411, 
June 26, 1906. ) 58105 

Golden (The) west; overture byMackie- 
Bever for military band. (C 124414, 
June 26, 1906.) 58106 

Sorella (La); marche Espagnole by L. 
Gallini, arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full 
<»rche8tra. (C 124410, June 26, 1906.) 

58107 
2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Petersen (P. F.), Oklahoma 

City, Okla. 

Brightest (The) star on the flag; march 

and two step by P. F. Petersen. (C 

124273, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 

1906.) 58108 

Pioneer music publishing 
company, Chicago, 111. 
Angel (An) on earth; words by Harry 
Rees, music by P^ugene Kaeuner. {C 
124167, June 25, 1906, ) 58109 

Bargain (The) counter; words by Beda 
Samuelson, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 
(C 124161, June 25, 1906. ) 58110 

Bashful (The) lover; words and melody 
by I^aura E. R. Stuntz, arr. by Maud 
N. Bridges. (C 1 24169, June 25, 1906. ) 

58111 

Floating (The) raft; words and music by 
W. L. Crook. (C 124166, June 25, 
1906.) 58112 

Jaunita; words and music by Eddie 
Mackey, arr. by Eugene Kaeuner. (C 
124164, June 25, 1906.) 58118 

Just around the corner; words by Mrs. 
M. C. Hayward, music by Eugene 
Kaeuffer. (C 124165, June 25, 1906. ) 

58114 

Melody (The) of the bee and the butter- 
fly; words bv May belle Wood, music 
bv Eugene Ivaeuffer. (C 124162, June 
25,1906.) 58115 

Old (The) and the new; words by R. M. 
Huston. (C 124168, June 25, 1906. ) 

58116 
2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Place (W. H.), jr., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Lareo; by Handel for mandolin with 
piano accompt. arr. bv Wm. H. Place, 
n\ (C 124274, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 
26, 1906.) 58117 

Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Album leaf; by R. Schumann, op. 68 no. 
30, arr. by J. lAwrence Erb for piano. 
(C 124011, June 22, 1906. ) 58118 



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Preflser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Andante grazioeo; from Sonata in A, by 
W. A. Mozart, arr. by J. Lawrence 
Erb for pianoforte. (0 124010, June 
22,1906.) 58119 

Comrades in arms; march galop and two 
step by F. Clifton Hayes for piano. (C 
124012, June 22, 1906. ) 58120 

mother dear Jerusalem; duet for 
soprano and contralto, words by Fran- 
cis Baker, music by A. W. I^ansing. ( C 
124009, June 22, 1906.) 58121 

Valse channante; by William R. Spence 
for piano. (C 124013, June 22, 1906.) 

58122 
2 c. each June 21, 1906. 

Rath (Carl) , Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Traumeswirren; valne de salon by Carl 
Rath, op. 37 for piano. (C 1242(J4, 
June26, 1906; 2 c. June 2H, 190(i.) 58123 

Reed ( Lloyd ), United States. 
Bv the blue Juniata; song bv L. Reeil. 
"(C 124252, June 25, 1906; 2V. June 25, 
1906.) 58124 

Ries & Erler, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Musik zn Kleist's Kathchen von Heil- 
broun; furorch ester von HansP6tzner, 
op. 17 b. Vorspiel zum 3. akt. (C 
123965. June 22, 1906. ) 58125 

c^ Na<*h der Hollunderbuschscene. 

(C 123966, June 22, 1906. ) 58126 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Rischar (Louis), Chicago, 
111. 
Chautau(iua waltzes; bv L. Ris(;har. (C 
123950, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 58127 

Ritner (J. Inez), United 
States. 
My Kitty Lou; words by J. I. Ritner, 
music by Eugene Kaeuffer. (C 124181, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

58128 

Rossiter(Will), Chicago, 111. 

Come under the palm room tree; wonls 

and music bv Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 

124038, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 

1906.) 58129 

Rungee ( Benjamin F. ), New 

Haven, Conn. 

Great (The) King; words bv Sir Robert 

(irant, music bv B. F. kungee. (C 

124098, June 25, 190<>; 2 c, June 25, 

1906.) 58180 

Rupert (F. J.), Bismarck, 

N. Dak. 

In lx)yhood'8 happy davs; words by F. J. 

Rupert, music by John Martin. (C 

119553, Apr. 2:i, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 

1906.) 58181 



Sandoz, Jobin & co., Neu- 
chatel, Switzerland. 
Children's songs with explanatory text 
by E. Jaques-Dalcroze, op. 42; English 
words by R. K. El kin, vocal score. 
(C 123985, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906.) 58182 

Schirmer (G.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Ashes of roses; quartet or chorus for 

men's voices a cappella by Rossetter G. 

Cole. (C 124288, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 

June 25, 1906. ) 581S8 

Femme (Une); po^'sie d'fonile Bl^mont 
d'apr^s Henri Heine, musique de Syl- 
vio JAzzari. (C 124004, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 58134 

Feu roulant; Hude for pianoforte by J. B. 
Duvemoy, op. 256. (C 124287, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58135 

Malentendu; ixxwe d'femile Bl^mont 
d'apr^s Henri Heine, musique de Svl- 
vio Lazzari. (C 124006, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 58136 

Nuit en mer; j)oesie d'Emile Bl^mont 
d'apr^s Henn Heine, musique de Syl- 
vio Lazzari. (C 124003, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906.) 58137 

Pale broken flower; trio or chorus for 
womens voices, words by Thomas 
Moore, music bv L. Denza. (C 106448, 
Nov. 3, 1905; 2 c" June 23, 1906. ) 58138 

Sonata; for piano and violin by A. Aus 
Der Ohe, op. 16. (C 124014, June 22, 
1906; 2 c. Jane 21, 1906.) 58139 

Spring; trio or chorus for womens voices, 
words by Thomas Nash, music by L. 
Denza. (C 106447, Nov. 3, 1905; 2 c. 
June 23, 1906.) 58140 

Trois chansons de Sh^herazade; po^iet^ 
de Tristan Klingsor, musique de Sylvio 
Lazzari. Chanson des beaux amants. 
(C 124284, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 58141 

Demande. ( C 1 24283, June 26, 1906 ; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58142 

Ije Pasf^. (C 124285, June 26, 190(5; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 58148 

Wake up, sweet melody; quartet for men's 
voices a cappella by Rossetter (t. Cole. 
(C 124289. June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 58144 

Schmidt (Arthur P.), lios- 
ton, Mass. 
3 leichte compositionen; fiir streich- 
instrumente mit begleitung des piano- 
forte von Emil Sochting, op. 54 Edi- 
tion B. Duette fiir 2 violinenno 1. 
(C 123988, June 22, 1906. ) 58146 

Edition B. Duette fiir 2 violinen 

no. 2. (C 12;{988, June 22, 1906.) 

58146 



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37 



Schmidt ( Arthur P.), Bos- 
ton, Maas. 
leichte compositionen; fiir streich- 
instrumente mit b^leitang dee piano- 
forte von Emil Sochting, op. 54. Edi- 
tion B. Duette fur 2 violinen no. 3. 
(C 123990, June 22, 1906. ) 58147 

Edition C. Trios fiir 2 violinen und 



cello no. 1. (C 124000, June 22, 1906. ) 

68148 

— Edition C. Trios fiir violinen und 
cello no. 2. (C 124001, June 22, 1906. ) 

58149 

— Edition C. Trios fiir 2 violinen und 
cello no. 3. (C 124002, June 22, 1906. ) 

58150 

— Edition D. Trios fiir 2 violinen und 
piano no. 1. (C 123997, June22, 1906.) 

58151 

— Edition D. Trios fiir 2 violinen und 



piano no. 2. (C 1 23998, June 22, 1906.) 

58152 
— Edition D. Trios fiir 2 violinen und 
piano no. 3. (C 123999, June 22, 1906. ) 

58153 
Edition E. Trois fiirvioline, cello 



und piano no. 1. (C 123994, June 22, 
1906. ) 58154 

— Edition E. Trios fur violine, cello 
und piano no. 2. (C 123995, June 22, 
1906.) 58155 

— Eaition E. Trios fur violine, cello 
und piano no. 3. (C 123996, June 22, 
1906. ) 58156 

— Edition F. Quartette fiir 2 violinen, 
cello und piano no. 1. (C 12:i991, June 
22, 1906.) 58157 

Edition F. Quartette fiir 2 violinen, 



cello und piano no. 2. (C 123992, June 
22, 1906.) 58158 

edition F. Quartette fiir 2 violenen 



cello und piano no. 3. (C 1 23993, June 
22, 1906.) 58159 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Schuberth (Edward) & co.. 
New York. N.Y. 
And I don't see why they should. If no 
one ever marries me; words from 
"Realms of Unknown Kings" by Ijtw- 
rence Alma Tadema, music by Harvey 
B. Gaul, low voice. (C 123961, June 
22, 1906.) 58160 

If wings had I; song poem by Louise 
Johnston, music by Charles Wakefield 
Oadman, low voice. (C 123952, June 
22, 1906.) 58161 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Seaman (Ina), United States. 
Trip hammer two-step; by I. Seaman for 
piano. (C 124258, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 58162 

Sears (James), United States. 
Tme schoolmates; song bv J. Sears. (C 
124254, June 25, 1906; '2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 58168 



Seymour ( Lottie A . ) , United 
States. 

Loved city of San Francisco; song by 
I L. A. Sevmour. (C 124263, June 25, 
I 1906; 2 c' June 25, 1906. ) 58164 

Sherry (Katharyn), United 
States. 
Down the dear old country lane; song by 
K. Sherry. (0 124256, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 58165 

Simon (Carl), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Acht lieder fiir eine singstimme mit piano 
von Sigfrid Karg-Elert, op. 11 no. 1. 
Sonnenblicke. English words by John 
Bernhoff. (C 124133, June 25, 1906.) 

58166 

no. 2. Lob des Friih lings. Jlnglish 

words by John Bernhoff. (C 124134, 
June 25, 1906. ) 58167 

noB. 3 and 4. Hoch auf fleigt meiii 



herz, und Unbewanot. English wonis 
by John Bernhoff. ( C 124135, June 25, 
1906.) 58168 

no. 5. Christbaum. English wordn 



by John Bernhoff. (C 124136, June 25, 
1906.) 58169 

no. 6. An dich. English words by 



John Bernhoff. (C 124137, June 25, 
1906.) 58170 

— no. 7. Mein herz schniiickt sich 
mit dir. English words by John Bern- 
hoff. (C 124138, June 25, 1906. ) 

58171 
no. 8. Ein geheimnis. English 



words by John Bernhoff. (C 124139, 
June 25, 1906. ) 58172 

En mein kind; drei gedichte fiir eine 
singstimme mit piano von Sigfrid Kar|^- 
Elert, op. 40 no. 1. Schlafe mem 
kind. (C 124132, June 25, 1906.) 

58173 

no. 2. Mein kindchen ist fein. (C 

124130, June 25, 1906. ) 68174 

no. 3. Kriiunie, triiume, mein liebes 



kind. (C 124131, June 25, 1906.) 



2 c. each June 23, 1906. 



58175 



Stem (Jos. W.) & co.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Donny brook Fair; characteristic march 

and two step arr. for orchestra by 

Robt. Recker. (C 124446, June 27, 

1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 58176 

V\\ keep a warm spot in my heart for 
you, and Ontario; medley two step arr. 
for band by Robt. Recker. (C 124073, 
June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 

58177 



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Straw (Cora Fuller), Con- 
cord, N. H. 
Korea schottische; by C. F. Straw for 
piano. (C 124086, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
May 7, 1906.) 68178 

Stripling (Geo. F.), United 
States. 
Death comes at dawn; eonf^ by G. F. 
Stripling. (C 124260, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906.) 68179 

Summy (Clayton F. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
And love means you; by Ferdinand War- 
ner for alto in B flat. (C 123285, June 
11, 1906; 1 c. May 14, 1906; 1 c. June 
27, 1906.) 68180 

Thomas (Chas. E.), United 

States. 

Old camp creek shore; words by C. E. 

Thomas, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 

(C 124178, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 

1906.) 58181 

Townsend (Frank), Unite<l 
States. 
Ideal (Th«); march and two step by 
F. Townsend for piano. (C 124173, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1900,) 

68182 

Treat & Shepard company, 

New Haven, Conn. 

SouH of Eli; a Yale song, words by D. L. 

Jacobs, music by George Chad wick 

Stock. (C 124039, June 22, H>06; 2 c. 

June 15, 1906. ) 68188 

Tullar-Meredith company. 
New York, N. Y. 
I will love thee, O Lord; anthem by 
J. W. Lerman. (C 124071, June 23, 
1906.) 68184 

Ix)rd, Thou hast been our refuge; anthem 
by Dr. Gauntlett, revised bv E. G. S. 
(C 124072, June 23, 1906.) ' 68186 

() how amiable; anthem by A. L. Schultz. 
(C 124070, June 23, 1906.) 58186 

2 c. e^ich June 23, 1906. 

Vandcrsloot music publish- 
ing company, Williams- 
port, Pa. 
Jolly sweethearts; intermezzo two step 
by F. H. Losey, op. 206 for piano. (C 
124422, June 27, 1906.) 68187 

Parade of the humming birds; bv F. 11. 
Losey, op. 207 for piano. (C '124424, 
June 27, 1906.) 68188 

Under the palms; waltzes by F. H. lx)8ev, 
op. 209 for piano. (C 124423, June 27, 
1906.) 68189 

2 c. each June 26, 1906. 



Vogue music publishing 

company, New London, 

Conn. 

Hoytono; Japanese intermezaso bv Roger 

N. Daboll for piano. (C 124101, June 

25, 1906. ) 68190 

Let me be your last beau; words and 
music by C. W. O'Connor. (C 124100, 
June 25, 1906.) 68191 

2 c. each June 23, 1906. 

Walizer (Mary B.), Lincoln, 
Kans. 
My gipsy queen; words by M. B. Wal- 
izer, music by H. Dudley. (C 123957, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 

68192 

Warren (Edward S.), Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 
Fxiward S. Warren's mandolin metho<l, 
l)Ook no. 1. (C 124269, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. June 26, 1906.) 58198 

Weaver (Chas. M.), Unite<l 
States. 
Pleasures untold; words and music bvC. 
M. Weaver. (C 124185, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906.) 68194 

Wel)8ter (D. IL), United 
States. 
Farewell, mother dear; words and mubic 
by D. H. Webster. (C 124180; June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 68195 

WeekesA CO., London, Eng- 
land. 
Pageant (A) dance; by Louis N. Parker 
for piano. (C 124079, June 25, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 58196 

Weller (Mm. Emma F.), 
United States. 
San Francisco; song by Mrs. E. F. Wel- 
ler. (C 124247, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906.) 68197 

Wheeler ( Elodie Van Zandt), 
Port Chester, N. Y. 
When you are away; romance for con- 
tralto or baritone with piano ace. and 
violin obligate ad lib. by E. Van Zandt 
Wheeler. (C 118662, Apr. 10, 1906; 
2 c. June 22, 1906.) 68198 

Whitcomb (E. H.), United 
States. 
Will she ret*ognize her bov; words and 
music bv E. H. Whitcoml). (C 124182, 
June 25', 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

68199 

Williams (Joseph) (Limit- 
ed), London, England. 
Royal wedding; march; composed by 
Ix)ui8a J. Gofirie for piano. ( C 124418, 
June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 

68200 



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Williams (Zona), United 
States. 
Mv heart for you, stood open tlien; song 
bv Z. Williams. (C 124255, June 25, 
11K)6; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 58201 

Wilson {Mrs. I^lia Water- 
house), Chicaii^o, 111. 
Don't you remember? words by Xariffa, 
music by Mrs. L. W. Wilson for low 
voice. (C 124193, June25, 1906.) 58202 

Pure and fair; words composed and mu- 
sic arranjj^ from '* Bohemian folk- 
song" bv Mrs. L. W. Wilson for low 
voice. (0124194, June 25, 1906.) 58208 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Witmark (M.) & sons. New 

York, N. Y. 

In my merry oldsmobile; intro. **IWe cot 

no right to love vou, but I do,'* waltz oy 

Ous Edwards for piano. (C 124074, 

June23, 1906; 2c. June23, 1906.) 58204 

Little folks in dreamland; words by 
Charles Noel Douglas, music by Karl L. 
Hoechna. (C 124015, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 58205 

Rolling home; convivial march for piano 
by George Braham. (C 122815, June 
4, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 58206 



Witmark (M.) & sons. New 

York, N. Y. 

Rose (The) and the violet; words by John 

Everett Fay, music by James B. Oliver. 

(C 121677, May 18, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 

1906. ) 58207 

Tidyville; words by Charles Noel Doug- 
las, music bv Karl L. Hoschna. (C 
124226, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 58208 

When Chauncev Olcott sings; words by 
J. Edward Killalea, music by Chas. W. 
Sonnenburg. (C 120774, May 7, 1906; 
2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 58209 

Where the wild vine clings. Magyar 
maid, from his honor the mayor, by 
Julian Edwards for hotel orchestra no. 
83. ( C 124233, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 
25,1906.) 58210 

Woodward (Willis) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Sailin^^ on Long Island Sound; words and 
music by Joseph F. Busch. (C 124447, 
June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 

58211 



Number of entries of musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
each since Jan. 1, 1906 18,722 






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PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 3. 

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CLASS C. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arrauged alphabetically by proprietors; with a subalphabet of titles under each proprietor. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the Hrst 
title, if printed in mil, would read, "Copyright by Joh. Andr^ Offenbach a/M, Germany. Class 
C XXc, no. 124726, July 3, 1«06: 2 copies received July 2, 1906." 



Andr^ (Joh. ) Offenbach a/M, 
Germany. 
Gavotte der Zarin; fiir pianoforte von 
Friedr. Michael, op. 31. (C 124726, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59794 

Normannenlied aus Konig Olaf ; ged. von 
Plermann Laven, fiir vierstiinmigen 
mannerchor von Edmund Kiihn, op. 
39. no. 2. (C 124725, July 3, 1906; 2 
c. July 2, 1906. ) 59796 

Trauungs musik; fur mezzo-sopran oder 
bariton mit violine und orgel Kompo- 
niert von Max Kirchbach. (C 124727, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59796 

Apollo verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Geh'n wir noch in's caf^; marschlied aus 
"Hoch parterre links," von Paul Lincke 
fiir piano und gesang. ( C 1 24473, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 59797 

Roeen, tulpen, nelken; von P. Lincke, 
salon-fantasien fiir pianoforte von Rich- 
ard Tourbi^. ( C 1 24472, June 28, 1906 ; 
2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 59798 

Bard (O. P.), St. Louis, Mo. 
Battle (A) song of Texas; words and mu- 
sic bv O. P. Bard, arr. for piano ace. by 
Philip Bansbach (C 124661, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59799 

Barr (G. M.), Vandegrift, 
Pa. 
Wynona; grand march bv G. M. Barr for 
piano. (C 124606, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 
June 30, 1906. ) 59800 

Biglow & Main company. 
New York, N. Y. 
3 new and selected sacred songs, ed. by 
I. Allan Sankey. (A 149366, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 69801 

Birchard (C. C.) A co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Merry (The) makers; words by Abbie 
Farwell Brown, music by Von Supp<^ 
arr. by Osbourn McConathy. (C 123509, 
June 15, 1906. 1 c. June 15, 1906; 1 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 59802 



Blake (Clifford H.), Sidney, 
Ohio. 
March of the Brownies; bv Clifford H. 
Blake for piano. (C 124496, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 69808 

Blasius & sons, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

On the walls of memory; words and music 

by Chas. H. Harris, arr. by Johann C. 

Sehmid. (C 124596, June 30, 1906; 2 

c. June 30, 1906. ) 69804 

Remember your dear old Dad; words by 
Sam Bullock, music by C. T. McClarin. 
(C 124595, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 59805 

Sparkles; intermezzo, by Helen Fergus- 
son for piano (C 124597, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 59806 

Bliss (P. P. &G.G.), United 

States. 

Can it be right; inusic by P. P. Bliss. (In 

renewal for 14 years from Aug. 5, 1906. 

C 124608, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906. ) 59807 

Consecration; music by P. P. Bliss. 
(In renewal for 14 years from Aug. 5, 
1906. C 124611, June 30, 1906; 2 c, 
June 30, 1906. ) 59808 

Cut it down; words and music by P. P. 
Bliss. (In renewal for 14 years from 
Aug. 5. 1906. C 124612, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906.) 59809 

How hapm' are we; words and music by 
P. P. Bliss. (In renewal for 14 years 
from Aug. 5, 1VK)6. C 124609, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 59810 

Rejoice with me; music by P. P. Bliss. 
(In renewal for 14 years from Aug. 5, 
1906. C 124607, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 
June 30, 1906. ) 59811 

Sing and pray! eternity dawns! music 
by P. P. Bliss. (In renewal for 14 
years from Aug. 8, 1906. C 124614, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

59812 



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Bliss (P. P. & G. G.), United 

States. 

Thine, Jesus thine; music by P. P. Bliss. 

(In renewal for 14 years from Aug. 5, 

1906. C 124610, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 

June 30, 1906. ) 69818 

Boosey <& co., London, 

England. 

Capriccio; for violoncello with pianoforte 

acet by Charles Villiers Stanford, op. 

93 no. 2. (C 124688, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 

July 2, 1906. ) 59814 

Cavatina and scherzino; for violoncello 
with pianoforte acct. by Charles Vil- 
liers Stanford, op. 93 no. 1. (C 124687, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 69816 

Envoi (L'); for violoncello with piano- 
forte acct. by Charles Villiers Stanford, 
op. 93 no. 4. (C 124690, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) 69816 

Flyine fox; arr. for military band by M. 
Retford, no. 29. Boosey's supplemen- 
tal journal. (C 124691, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) 69817 

In a gondola; for violoncello with piano- 
forte acct. by Charles Villiers Stanford, 
op. 93 no. 3. (C 124689, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) 69818 

Land of hope and glory; trio for female 
voices, words by Arthur C. Benson, 
music by Edward Elgar, arr. by Arthur 
Fagge, in tonic sol fa notation. (C 
124686, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 1906.) 

69819 

Bowles (J. D. ),7>., Dalton, 
Ga. 
Be strong; words bv Mrs. A. B. Wade, 
music bv J. D. Bowles, jr. (C 124653, 
June 30,* 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

69820 

Forgive me, Lord ; words by Kittle Dea- 
8on, mu.<»ic by J. D. Bowles, jr. (C 
124662, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 69821 

He wept in sad Gethsemane; words by 
W. C. Martin, music by J. D. Bowles, jr. 
(C 124650, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 69822 

I'm happv in Jesus alone; words by Mrs. 
A. B. Wade, music bv J. D. Bowles, ;V. 
(C 124654, June 30, 1*906; 2 c. June IW, 
1906. ) 69823 

'Tis sweet to know; words by Mrs. A. B. 
Wade, music by J. D. Bowles, jr. (C 
124651, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 69824 



Bowles (J. D. ), jr., and Rob- 
inson (K. C. ), Dalton, 
Ga., and West Bloc- 
ton, Ala. 
He giveth song in the night; words by 
W. C. Martin, music bv K. C. Robin- 
son. (C 124656, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 
June 30, 1906. ) 69826 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Concerti grossi no. 23; von G. F. Handel, 

bearb. von Max Seiffert aus op. 6 no. 

12, fur orchester. (C 124482, June 28, 

1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 69826 

Bresee (Frank W.), Excel- 
sior, Minn. 
Alabama beet; words by Marie J. Weeks, 
music by Frank W. Bresee. (C 124664, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 69827 

Dear Minnetonka; words by Marie J. 
Weeks, music bv Frank w. Bresee. 
(C 124662, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 
1906. ) 69828 

Garden (The) of love; words by Marie J. 
Weeks, music bv Frank W. Bresee. 
(C 124665, July *2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906.) 69829 

Just you; words by Marie J. Weeks, 
music bv Frank W. Bresee. (C 
124663, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 1906. ) 

69880 

Bums (John Carter), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
My little somebody; words by J. W. 
VValsh, music by J. C. Burns. (C 
124277, June 26, 1906; 1 c. June 26, 
1906; 1 c. July 3, 1906.) 69881 

Calbeck (Newton), Wolf 
Lake, Ind. 
At the ball; march and two step by New- 
ton Calbeck for orchestra. (C 124615, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

69882 

Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Capital collection of (quartettes and cho- 
ruses for men's voices. (A 149026, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

69838 

Famous folio of Irish songs. (A 149144, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 

69884 

Favorite movements from famous piano 
concertos, ed. bv I. Philipp. Vol. 1. 
(A 149988, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906. ) * 69886 

Guide to memorizing music, bv A. J. 
Goodrich. (A 149570, June 2*7, 1906; 
2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 69836 



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Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Lead kindly light; music by C. B. Haw- 
lev for low voice. (C 124545, June 29, 
1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 59887 

Cooper, Kendis and Paley 
music publishing com- 
pany, New York, 
N. Y. 
Cheer up Mary; words by Alfred Bryan, 
music oy Kendis and Paley. ( C 124548, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

69888 

Just a little fond affection; words by 

Alfred Bryan, music by Kendis and 

Paley. (C 124549, June 29, 1906; 2 c, 

June 25, 1906. ) 59889 

There's not gold enough to buy him; 
words by Alfred Bryan music by Kendis 
and Paley. (C 124647, June 29, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906.) 59840 

Coleman (Harry), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Merito (El) march; by Fred Jewell for 
band. (C 124579, June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906. ) 59841 

Yellow (The) peril; characteristic march 
by S. E. Morris for band. (C 124578, 
June 29, 1906: 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 

59842 

2l8t anniversary march; by S. Stephens 
for band. ((5 124680, June 29, 1906; 2 
c. June 29, 1906. ) " 59848 

Cundy music company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Tramp (The); descriptive by R. Gruen- 
wald, op. 368 for orchestra. ( C 124635, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

59844 
Wedding march; from "Midsummers 
nights dream'' by Mendelssohn, arr. 
by R. Gruenwald for orchestra. (C 
124638, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 59845 

Curtis (Natalie), United 
States. 
Chansons Indiennes; tiroes du The In- 
dians' book par Natalie Curtis. (C 
123369, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 59846 

Decourcelle ( Paul) , Nice, 

France. 

Sans-Souci; schottisch pour orcbestre 

avec piano conducteur, par H. Tellam, 

orchestr^e par Aug. Bosc. (C 124678, 

July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59847 

Delmas (Emile), Paris, 

France. 

Valse frivole; pour orcbestre avec piano 

conducteur par Emile Delmas, op. 48. 

(C 124681, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 

1906. ) 59848 



Delmas ( Emile ) , Paris, 
France. 
Valse frivole; pour piano par Emile 
Delmas, op. 48. (C 124680, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59849 

Demets (E. ), Paris, France. 
Ad altare Dei; collection de cent pieces 
en douze livraisons, pour orgue p^ale 
ad. lib. on harmonium par C. A. Collin; 
3* livraison. (C 124463, June 28, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 59850 

Joyeux soleil; valee de Y. K. Nazare- 
Aga piano et chant. (C 124462, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 59851 

Joyeux soleil; valse de Y. K. Nazare- 
Aga pour piano. (C 124461, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 59852 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Dreaming lily; by I^o Ochmler, op. 56, 
for piano. (C 124704, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) 59858 

In the mill; by CarlGanschalp, op. 239, ed. 
and fingered by Hans Lichter for piano. 
(C 124701, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 59854 

Pouts and smiles; song by Joseph M. 
Tees in E fiat. (C 124703, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 59855 

Teasing; by Nicolai von Wilm, op. 12 
no. 5, ed. and fingered by Hans Lichter 
for piano. (C 124702, July 2, 1906; 2 
c. July 2, 1906. ) 59856 

Domey (James R.), Cherry 
Vallev, Mass. 
A. O. H. (The); by James R. Dorney. 
(C 121579, May 12, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 59857 

Driver (J. M. ), United States. 

Bible temperance hymns; by J. Merritte 

Driver. (In renewal for 14 years from 

Dec. 23, 1906. A 149790, June 30, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 59858 

Eggert(LillieTegge), Edgar, 

Wis. 

Mid the jessamine; soprano solo, words 

and music by Lillie Tegge Eggert. (C 

117720, Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906. ) 59859 

Ellis (Effa), Council Bluffs, 
Iowa. 
Ellis illustrated music course for music 
teachers. Lessons 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20. (A 148781- 
148792, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 59861-59872 



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Empire music company, 

Spokane, Wash. 

Pearl feather; march and two step by 

J. S. McChesnev for orchestra. (C 

122390, May 31,' 1906; 2 c. June 26, 

1906. ) 69878 

Enoch & sons, London, Eng- 
land. 
Arlequinade; pour piano par Josef Hol- 
brooke. (C 124728, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3. 1906. ) 59874 

Orientale; pour piano par Josef Hol- 
brooke, op. 4 no. 4. (C 124730, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69875 

Valse v^n^tienne; pour piano par Josef 
Holbrooke, op. 4 no. 3. (C 124729, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69876 

Favenza publishing company. 

New York, N. Y. 

Skid 00 23 for you; words by Wm. J. 

AVeidman, music bv Edward Favenza. 

(C 120239, Apr. 30,* 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906. ) 59877 

Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Advance (The) guard; march by J. C. 
Heed for band. (C 124751, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69878 

Alpine song; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124782, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

69879 

Alsacienne; valse lente by Francis 
Thom^j rev. bv Hans T. Seifert for 
piano. (C 124791, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 69880 

Annie Laurie; fantasv with variations bv 
W. F. Ambrosio, op. 30 no. 7 for violin 
and piano. (C 124772, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69881 

Au revoir; bv Carl Reinecke, op. 107 no. 
30 for pianoforte. (C 124736, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59882 

Aubade; by G. Bachman, rev. bv Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124812, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 190«5. ) 69888 

Auf wiedei-sehn; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124806, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 59884 

Bad'ner madMn; waltz by Karl Komzak, 
arr. bv F. Mahl for orchestra (C 
124739; Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 1006. ) 

69885 

Barcarole; by Emil Breslaur, rev. bv Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124808, Julv 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59886 

Beethoven's moonlight sonata; transcrip- 
tion bv Theo. M. Tobani for band. (C 
124754', July 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 1906. ) 

69887 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Belle (The) of New York; selection by 

Ciustave Kerker, arr. by G. H. Reeves 

for band. (C 124758, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 

July 3, 1906. ) 69888 

Bohemian song; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124788, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69889 

Bolero; by Franz Behr, rev. by Hans T. 
Seifert for piano. (C 124789, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69890 

Brunette (La); valse de concert by Ed- 
mund Severn, arr. by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani for orchestra. (C 124762, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59891 

Camellia waltz; bv Franz Behr, op. 575 
no. 16, rev. by (5. Hofmann for piano. 
(C 124815, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906. ) 69892 

Canzonetta; by G. Bachmann, rev. bv 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124780, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59898 

Carinthian song; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124801, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69894 

Christmas-time; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124790, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 59896 

Clipper march; by J. C. Heed for band. 
(C 124752, July % 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 
1906. ) 69896 

Continental (The); march two step by 
W. J. Scheid, arr. by W. Soeller for 
piano. (C 124820, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) ' 69897 

Cradle song; by Wilhelm Taubert, rev. 
by Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 
124785, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 1906.) 

69898 
] Cuckoo; by Emil Breslaur, rev. and fin- 
gered by Hans T. Seifert for pianoforte. 
(C 124738, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906.) 69899 

Dance, dolly dance; by Carl Reinecke, 
op. 107 no. 4, rev. bv Hans T. Seifert 
for piano. (C 124775, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 59900 

Dance of the honey bells; caprice by S. 
Mantia, arr. by E. Boccalari for or- 
chestra. (C 124744, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 59901 

Do, t(\ mi, fa; valse by L. Streabbog, op. 
138, rev. bv C. Hofmann for piano. 
(C 124798, July 3, 1906; 2 c, Julv 3, 
1906.) 69902 

Dolly dances; bv Franz Litterscheid, rev. 
by Hans T. Seifert for piano. ( C 124804, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69908 



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Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Dolly's lullabv; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124792, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69904 

Evening prayer; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124797, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69905 

Farewell to you dear heart; medley qua- 
drille by Ascher-Mahl, for orchestra. 
{C 124746, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906. ) " 69906 

Festival dance and Valse of the Hours; 
from L. Delibes' ballet "Copp^lia,*' 
arr. bv R. Klugescheid for orchestra. 
(C 124761, July 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 
1906. ) 59907 

Field flowers; bv Franz Behr, rev. by 

Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124809, 

• July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59908 

Flattery; bv G. Bachmann, rev. by Hans 
T. Seifert'for piano. ( C 124779, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69909 

Florencita waltz; for piano bv L. Zelaya. 
(C 124817, July 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 3, 
1906.) £9910 

Frau Louisa; a comedy waltz for piano 
solo by Arthur Prvor. ( C 1 24764, J uly 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69911 

French comedy; overture by K^ler-Bela, 
op. Ill, arr. "by Alfred Roth for orches- 
tra. (C 124760, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
3, 1906. ) ' 69912 

French song; bv Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124805, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 59918 

From Thousand and One night, by Carl 
Reinecke, op. 107 no. 21, rev. by Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124768, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69914 

Gavotte; bv Emil Breslaur, rev. bv Hans 
T. Seifert for pianoforte. (C 124737, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69915 

Gipsy (The) prinfce. Hungarian two-step 
intermezzo bv Theo. M. Tobani, op. 466 
for band. (C 124742, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 59916 

for orchestra. (C 124747, July 3, 

1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69917 

Golden (The) age; waltz by Geo. D. 
Barnard, for b^nd. (C 124543, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 69918 

for orchestra. (C 124749, July 3, 

1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69919 

for piano. (C 124821, July 3, 1906; 

2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69920 

Greeting; by Franz Behr, rev. bv Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124795, Julv 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69921 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 

N. Y. 

Greetings from home; by Arnoldo Sar- 

torio, rev. by Hans T. Seifert for piano. 

(C 124774, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 

1906.) 69922 

He knows; words by Frances R. Haver- 
gal, music by C. Crozat Converse for 
mezzo-soprano. (C 124766, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69928 

Home, sweet home! paraphrase by W. 
Nehl, arr. by L. P. Laurendeau for band. 
(C 124757, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906.) 69924 

In May; by Francois Behr, op. 575 no. 2, 
rev. by Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 
124778, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

69926 

In the forest; by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124796, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69926 

In the forest; polka by F. Eitner, arr. by 
L. P. Laurendeau for band. ( C 124753, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69927 

Liindler; bv Carl Reinecke, op. 107 no. 
18, rev. by Hans T. Seifert for piano. 
(C 124769, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 
1906.) 69928 

Lilac (The) fairv; by Franz Behr, rev. 
bv Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124800, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69929 

Little chatterbox; by G. Bachmann, rev. 
by HansT. Seifert for piano. (C 124777, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69980 

Little (A) dance; by Carl Reinecke, op. 
107 no. 2 for pianoforte. (C 124735, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69981 

Little Red Riding Hood; by Francis 
Thom^, rev. by Hans T. Seifert for 
piano. (C 124807, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) 69982 

Little spinning song; by Franz Behr, rev. 
bv Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 
124786, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

59938 

M^lodie; by A. Rubinstein, op. 3, rev. 
bv Hans T. Seifert for piano. (0 
124818, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

69934 

Melodv; by Carl Reinecke, op. 107 no. 1 
for pianoforte. ( C 1 24734, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69935 

Melodv; by Francis Thom^, rev. by Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124803, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69986 

Minuet; by Franz Behr, rev. bv Hans T. 
Seifert for piano. (C 124787, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69987 

Patrol of the musketeers; by G. Bach- 
mann, arr. bv L. P. Laurendeau for 
band. (C 124755, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) * 69988 



46 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIEB 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Patrol of the scouts; by E. Boccalari for 
piano. (C 124816, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
Julys, 1906.) 69989 

Pastorale; by G. Bachmann, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124781, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69940 

Remembrance; by Francis Thom^, rev. 
by Hans T. »?ifert for piano. (C 
124799, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 

69941 

Roseleaf (A); by Franz Behr, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124784, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69942 

Russian song; by Franz Behr, rev. bv 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124783*, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69943 

St Patrick's day; fantasy with variations 
by W. F. Ambrosio, op. 30 no. 5 for 
violin and piano. (C 124767, Julv 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69944 

Serenade by C. Gounod, arr. by Gus 
Lanee, op. 144, rev. by H. T. feeifert 
for pianoforte. ( C 124759, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69946 

Shepherd's song; by Francois Behr, op. 
575 no. 6, rev. bv Hans T. Seifert for 
piano. (C 124776, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 69946 

Simple ptory; by J. Ascher, rev. by Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. ( C 124802, Julv 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 59947 

Simplette; by Francis Thom^, rev. by 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124794, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69948 

Simplette; by G. Bachmann, rev. bv 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124773*, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69949 

Skylark; medley lancers byAscher-Mahl 
for orchestra. (C 124745, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69960 

Sleep dolly, sleep; by Carl Reinecke, op. 
107 no. 8, rev. by Hans T. Seifert for 
piano. fC 124810, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 69961 

Song of olden times; by Franz Behr, rev. 
by Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124811, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69962 

Spring song by Charles Gounod; arr. by 
Guetav Lange, op. 171 no. 34, rev. bv 
Hans T. Seifert for piano. (C 124«19, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69963 

Tagala (La); waltz on ancient Filipino 
dances Estella, by V. F. Safranek for 
band. (C 124756, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) 69964 

Tendres8e; m^lodie expressive by H. 
Ravina, arr. hv L. P. I^urendeau for 
band. (C 124740, Julv 3, 1906: 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) * 69956 



Fischer (Carl), New York, 
N. Y. 
Titl's celebrated serenade; arr. by Theo. 
M. Tobani for comet and piano. (C 
124770, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3,1906.) 

69966 

Titl's celebrated serenade; arr. by Theo. 
Mopas»-Tobani fororchestra. (C 124763, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69967 

Toreador song and march; from Carmen 
by Bizet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani for 
flute and piano. (C 124765, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69968 

Toreador song; from ** Carmen " by G. 
Bizet, arr. bvTheo. M. Tobani for comet 
and piano. ' (C 124771, July 3, 1906; 2c. 
July 3, 1906.) 69969 

Tuscarora; march and two step by Emil 
Ascher, arr. bv Franz Mahl lor orches- 
tra, (C 124748, July 3, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
3, 1906. ) 69960 

Vacant (The) chair; march by Paul De 
Ville for band. (C 124743, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69961 

Vienna echoes; potpourri by Theo. M. 
Tobani, arr. bv L. P. Laurendeau for 
band. (C 124741, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) 69962 

Waltz in C; bv Franz Behr, rev. bv Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124813, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 69968 

Waltz in F; by Franz Behr, rev. by Hans 
T. Seifert for piano. (C 124793, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 69964 

Wiener burger; waltz by C. M. Ziehrer, 
arr. bv Franz Mahl for orchestra. (C 
124750, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

69966 

Winding flowers; bv Carl Reinecke, op. 
107 no. 7, rev. bv* Hans T. Seifert for 
piano. (C 1248i4, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. ) 69966 

Fischer [J.) & bro., New 

York, x\. Y. 

Hope; words by Archer M. Huntington, 

masic by G. Ferrata, op. 21 no. 2 for 

low voice. (C 124486, June 28, 1906; 

2 c. June 28, 1906.) 69967 

In the citv I command; words bv Archer 
M. Huntington, music by G. Ferrata, 
op. 21 no. 4 for low voice, (C 124490, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 

69968 

Serpent; words bv Archer M. Hunting- 
ton, music by 6. Ferrata, op. 21 no. 6 
for low voice. (C 124488, June 28. 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 69969 

Wave (A); words by Archer M. Hunt- 
ington, music bv G. Ferrata, op. 21 no. 
1 for high voice. (C 124485, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 69970 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



47 



Fitelberg (G.), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Praeludium und lied; fur klavier and eine 
singstimme von G. Fitelberg, op. 19. 
(C 124481, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906.) 69971 

Fox (E. B.), United States. 

Bobby Shaftoe; music by E. B. F. (In 

renewal for 14 years from Dec. 23, 1906. 

C 124613, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906.) 59972 

Frain (M. Theo.) & Turner 
( G. C. ), New York, N.Y., 
& Brooklyn, N Y. 
Busy bee; words and music by G. C. Tur- 
ner. (C 124503, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 69978 

Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
At the play; written and com poised by 
Harry Wincott and Harry Leighton. 
(C 124670, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 69974 

Beautiful birds, beautiful trees; written 
by Charles Collins and Charles Ridg- 
well, composed by Henry E. Pether. 
(C 124493, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 69976 

Blind (The) boy and the thrush; writ- 
ten and composed by Vivian West. 
(C 124672, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 
1906.) 69976 

I can see red roses blooming; written bv 
Fred W. Leigh, composed by Henry li. 
Pether. (C 124673, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. ) 69977 

It's impossible to find a better girl than 
you; written and composed by Charles 
CJollins. (C 124492, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906.) 69978 

Jean M. Neil; written by Harry Lauder 
and Alex Melville, composed by Harry 
Lauder. (C 124495, June 28, 1906: 2 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 69979 

Keep on doing it Sandy; song bv J. F. 
Lambe. (C 124671, July 2, 19()6; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 69980 

Peru; written and composed by Tom 
Mellor, Alf. J. Law^rance and Harrv 
Gifford. (C 124676, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 69981 

Take a nice stroll thro' the park; written 
and composed by Nat Mayer. (C 124494, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 

69988 

Take me where the Congo river is flow- 
ing; written and composed by F. Spar- 
row Harris and Geo. A. Stevens. (C 
124675, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 

69988 



Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
That's the reason noo I wear a kilt; 
written by Harry LjEiuder and A. B. 
Kendall, composed by Harrv Lauder. 
(C 124674, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 69984 

Fritzsche (Karl), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Fantasie iiber das volkslied "Schon ist 
/lie jugendzeit;'* fiir pianoforte von 
Franz Buhnert, op. 34. (C 124470, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 

69986 

Funk (Levi), Waynesburg, 

Pa. 

American (The) ballot; words by Levi 

Funk, music by Nathaniel Armstrong. 

(C 124544, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 

1906. ) 69986 

Goggan (Thos.) & bros., 
Galveston, Tex. 
Boat (The) race; words and music by 
Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124570, June 
29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 69987 

Dolly's bad; words and music bv Geo, L. 
Spaulding. (C 124572, June 29, 1906; 
2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 69988 

Drummer (The) boy; words and music 
bv Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124569, 
June 29, 1906: 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

69989 

Going to grandma's; words and music by 
Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124568, June 
29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 69990 

Good night all; words and music by Geo. 
L. Spaulding. (C 124573, June 29, 

28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 69991 

Hand-organ (The) man; words and 
music bv Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 
124567, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906.) 69992 

1 have a little kitten ; words and music 
by Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124564, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 

69998 

Keeping hous<e; words and music by Geo. 
L. Spaulding. (C 124563, June 29, 
190(i; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 69994 

'Round and 'round the hoop goes; words 
and music bv Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 
124566, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906.) 69996 

Song (The) birdies sing; words and music 
bv Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124571, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

69996 

What the clock savs; words and music by 
Geo. L. Spaulding. (C 124565, June 

29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 69997 



48 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Gordon ( Hamilton S. ), East 
Orange, N. J. 
Lucinda Lee; woras by Freeman Mer- 
rill, music by Paul H. Wagner. (C 
116666, Mar. 19, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 59998 

Miss Knickerlx>eker; intermezzo two 
step by Leo Friedman, arr. by Everett 
J. Evans for band. (0 124o04, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 59999 

Gordon (Mrs. J. R.), Gran- 
ada, Colo. 
San Francisco (The) tire; song bv Mrs. 
J. R. Gordon. (C 124645, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60000 

Groesbeck (H. A.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Te Deum laudamus; by Harry Appleton 
Groesbeck. (C 123131, June 9, 1906; 

1 c. June 16, 1906; 1 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60001 

Hall, Mack company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.' 
From sowing to reaping; a sacred can- 
tata, by John S Witty. (A 149233, 
June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 

60002 

Halsey ( Fannie Tangernan ) , 
Clyde, N. Y. 
Unto the hills; music by Fannie T. Hal- 
sey. (C 112761, Jan. 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906. ) 60008 

Harms (T. B.) co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Ensemble; words by R. H. Burnside, 
music by Gustave Kerker. (C 124712, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60004 

It's the little things that count in life; 
words by R. H. Burnside, music by 
Gustave Kerker. (C 124713, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60005 

Tourists (The); opening chorus act 1, 
words bv R. H. Burnside, music by 
Gustave 'Kerker. (C 124714, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 80008 

Henderson (William C. ), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cavalier (The); by Wm. C. Henderson 
for piano. (C 124560, June 29, 1906; 

2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 80007 

Colonial march; bv Wm. C. Henderson 
for piano. (C 1*24561, June 29, 1906; 
2 c. June 27, 1906.) 80008 

In southern CalitV>rnia; words and music 
by Wm. C. Henderson. (C 124559 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 

80009 
My love, the moon and I; music by Wm. C. 
Henderson for soprano solo. (C 1 24557, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 

80010 



Henderson (William C), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Naughty girl from gay Paree; song by 
Wm. S. Henderson. (C 124556, June 
29, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 60011 

Peasant's (The) lament; words and music 
by Wm. C. Henderson for tenor solo. 
(C 124558, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 
1906.) 80018 

Rococco; by W^m. C. Henderson for 
piano. (C 124562, June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 27, 1906.) 80018 

Heugel<&cie., Paris, France. 

Clair de lune de Werther; de J. Massenet, 

transcrit pour piano, violon et violon- 

celle par Claude Fi^vet. (C 124679, 

July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 80014 

Hoole and Boh nhorst, Spri ng- 
field, 111. 
Mandy; words and music bv F. A. Bohn- 
horst. (C 124085, June '25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 80015 

Hoselton (C. D.), Weyer- 
haueser. Wis. 
Musical chord chart. (A 149285, June 
13, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 80018 

Illinois music book house, 
Chicago, 111. 
Strenuous times; march intermezzo by 
W. L. Needham for piano. (C 124497, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

80017 

Johnson (C. J.), Chicago, 

III. 

Salute to Uncle Sam; march by C. J. 

Johnson for band. (C 124588, June 

29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 80018 

Kendall (Mary Teresa), 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Orphan's (The) plea; song by M. Teresa 
Kendall. (C 118926, Apr. 14, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 80019 

Kennedy (Ruth Hall), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Jonathan march and two step; by R. H. 
Kennedy for piano. (C 124421, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 80080 

Kinzie (R. A. ) & Gabriel (C. 
H.), United States. 
Gospel and temperance songs; by R. A. 
Kmzie and Chas. H. Gabriel. (In re- 
newal for 14 years from Dec. 2-^, 1906. 
A 149789, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906). 80021 

Kircheis (O. A. ), Concordia, 
Mo. 
Fight (The) for honest government; by 
O. A. Kircheis for piano. (C 124605, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

80028 



KUBICAL COMPOSITIONS 



49 



Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig, Grer- 
many. 
Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude; 
von Fr. Liszt, fur zwei klaviere zu vier 
handen iibertragen von Emil 8auer. 
(C 124627. June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 600S3 

Klass (Robert), Charlotten- 
burg, Germany. 
Abendfriede; fiir pianoforte zu vier han- 
den von J. Boutail. (C 124474, June 
28, 1906.) 60024 

Maikatzchen; fiir pianoforte zu vier hiin- 
den von J. Boutail. (C 124475, June 
28, 1906.) 60086 

Zigeunerstandchen; fiir pianoforte zu vier 
handen von J. Boutail. (C 124476, June 
28, 1906.) 60026 

2 c. each June 28, 1906. 

Larway (J. H.), London. 
England. 
Glorious (The) city; sacred song with vio- 
lin obi. words by Southwell Alvey, 
music by Gordon Temple in E flat. ( C 
124449, June 28, 1906. ) 60027 

Jewels; words by Alison Dene, music by 
Hamilton (Jrey, no. 2 in D. (C 124451, 
June 28, 1906.) 60028 

Nancy waits for Jack; for baritone or 
bass, words by Bryden Brown, music 
by David Dick Slater, no. 2 in D. (C 
124448, June 28, 1906.) 60029 

Wreath (The) ; words by Edward Tesche- 
macher, music by Kenneth Rae, no. 1 
in B flat. (C 124450, June 28, 1906. ) 

60080 
2 c. each June 28, 1906. 

Lenckart (1^ . E. C. ), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Drei (Die) kaferknaben; ged. von Rob. 
Reinick, mannerchor von Theodor 
Podbertsky, op. 172 no. 2. (C 124625, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60081 

Jnnge (Der) fiihnrich; ged. von Hans 

Theiler, mannerchor von Theodor 

Podbertsky, op. 172 no. 1. (C 124624, 

June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60032 

Vier charakterstiicke fur orgel, von Max 

Golbins, op. 31. (C 124484, June 28, 

1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60088 

Zehn choral vorspiele fiir orgel von Willy 
Herrmann, op. 57. (C 124483, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60084 

Lewis (L. R.), Somerville, 

Mass. 

Voice (The) of learning; words by Nixon 

Waterman, music bv C. B. Rich. (C 

123565, June 7. 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906. ) 60085 



Litterscheid ( Franz) , Co- 

blenz a. Rh., Germany. 

Treuros*chen; ged. von Th. Komer, 

mannerchor von Franz Litterscheid, 

no. 3. (C 124477, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 

June 28, 1906.) 60086 

McGuiness (Thomas E.), 

New York, N. Y. 

Nora, my own, Fair maid of Ki Harney; 

words' by Sadie Webber, music by 

Harrv Ennis. (C 124722, July 3, 1906; 

2 c. July 3, 1906.) 60087 

Metzler <& co., ltd., I^ondon, 

England. 

Mine; song with piano accompt. music 

by R. M. Harvey, no. 2 in A minor. 

(C 124419, June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 

1906. ) 60088 



Mitchell (A. W.), jr., New 

York, N. Y. 

Bumble (The) bee and the maid; words 

and music by A. W. Mitchell, jr. (C 

124550, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 

1906. ) 60089 

Naessens (W. ) & co., *s 
Gravenhage, Batavia 
[Java], Germany. 
Am Achensee; lied fur bariton oder mez- 
zosopran mit pianoforte, text aus '^Ge- 
legentliehes" von B. Florschutz, musik 
von V. Schmidt-Ernsthausen. (C 
124469, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 60040 

Norris (E. H.), Erie, Pa. 

Pansy (A) frolic; three step mazurka for 

pianoforte by Eben H. Norris. (C 

1^*4604, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June :J0, 

1906. ) 60041 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, 
England. 
Bless the Lord thy God; anthem for har- 
vest, words selected by T. T. Blockley, 
mnt^ic by J. Varley Roberts. (C 124616, 
June 30, 1906.) 60042 

Intermezzo Dorabella; by Edward Elgar, 
op. 36, pianoforte duet arrangement by 
John E. West. (C 124622, June 30, 
1906. ) 60048 

Joy (The) of the Lord is your strength; 
anthem for harvest or general thanks- 
giving, by Hugh Blair. (C 124618, 
June 30, 1906. ) 60044 

Prelude and fugue in F major; by Diet- 
rich Buxtehude, ed. bv John E. West, 
for organ no. 358. ( C *1 24623, June 30, 
1906. ) 60045 

Song of the pedlar; for S. A. T. B. words 
from Shakespeare's ** Winter's Tale,** 
munic bv C. l^ Williams. (C 124621, 
June 30; 1906.) 60046 



50 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Novello & CO., ltd., London, 
England. 
Teach me Thv wav, O Lord; anthem for 
four voices bv FxJmund Hooper, ed. bv ■ 
John E. West. (C 124619, June 3(5, 
1906. ) 60047 

What are you doing, my pretty maid? | 
action sketch for juniors, words by 
Madge Hart-Davis, music bv Charles 
Hart-Davis. ( C 1 24620, J une'30, 1906. ) 

60048 I 
2 c. June 30, 1906. | 

Nunn (E. Cuthbert), Ley- 

tonptone, England. ' I 

Simple (A) setting of the Magnificat and 
Nunc dimittis; to music in the key of 
B flat by E. Cuthbert Nunn. (C . 
124617, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, I 
1906.) 60049 ; 

Otery (Harry R.), Waver- | 

ley, 'Mass. 
'Neath old W^aveflev*s trees; waltz song 
bv Harry R, Oterv. (C 124724, July 3, , 
1906; 2 c. July 3,* 1906.) 60050 

Ott (Andrew G.), Norwell, 

Mich. 

Fly and take your honey too; words by 

Andrew G. Ott, music by W. Donahoe. 

(C 124498, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 

1906.) 60061 

Pabst (P.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Ich halte ihr die aiigen zu; ged. von 
Heinrich Heine, trans, von John Bem- 
hoff, fur eine mittlere stimme mit 
pianofortebegleitung von Ariiiin Knab 
no. 2. (C 124479, June 28, 1906) 

60052 

Liebste (Die) spricht; ged. von Hans 
Miiller, trans, by John Bernhoff, fur 
eine mittlere stimme mit pianoforte- 
begleitung von Armin Knab no. 1. 
(C 124478, June 28, 1906. ) 60053 

Sempre avanti! Allzeit voran, marsch 
von Amades Ongania fiir pianoforte. 
(C 124480, June 28, 1906. ) 60054 

2 c. each June 28, 1906. 

Picht (John), Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 
Musician's guide, elements of music. 
(A 149994, June 20, 190(i; 1 c. June 20, 
1906; 1 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60055 

Preston (Georgette), Lim- 
erick, Me. 
Lady Moon; song with refrain words by 
Lord Houghton words rearr. and mu- 
sic bv G. Pre.Mton. (C 121161, Mav 2, 
- 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60056 



Rahter (D.), I^ipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Hoho! du stylzes madell volksweise 
miinnerchor. musik von WMlhelm 
Speiser, op. 77. (C 124467, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60057 

Lustige (Das) froschpaar; text von Wil- 
helm Speiser, musik von WMlhelm 
Speiser, op. 73, fiir miinnerchor. (0 
124465, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 60058 

Mein liebchen ist's; text von Wilhelm 
von Waldbriihl, musik von Wilhelm 
Si>eiser, op. 61 fur numnerchor. (C 
124464, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 60059 

Nehmt nur zu ernst das leben nicht; text 
von Emil Rittershaus, musik von W^il- 
helm Speiser, op. 74 fiir miinnerchor. 
(C 124466, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 60060 

Valse lente, *'I1 me disait;** by P. Fer- 
raris, op. 23, no. 29. Booeey & co.*B 
new supplemental journal for military 
bands. (C 124686, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. ) 60061 

Remick (Jerome H.) & co., 
Detroit, Mich. 
Meet me at the pier; words by H. S. Liv- 
ingstone, music bv Chauncey Hainee. 
(C 124721, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 60068 

Rieter - Biedermann ( J. ), 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Sechs kinderlieder; fiir zwei singstim- 

men mit klavierbegleituns von J. B. 

Zerlett, op. 235. (C 124471, June 28, 

1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60068 

Robinson (K. C), W^eet 

Blocton, Ala. 

Learn a lesson from the blossoms; words 

by Mrs. J. M. Hunter, music bv K. C. 

Robinson. (C 124648, June 30, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60064 

Lift up ve gates; words bv W. C. Martin, 
music bv K. C. Robinson. (C 124649, 
June 30* 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60065 

Spend your time for Jesus; words bv ^frs. 
J. M. Hunter, music bv K. C. Robin- 
son. (C 124646, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 
June 30, 1906.) 60066 

Welcome the day; words by Mrs. J. M. 
Hunter, music bv K. C. Robinson. (C 
124647, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60067 

Rohlfing sons music com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Dance of the demon; grand galop de con- 
cert par Eduard Hoist for large band. 
(C 124659, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 
1906. ) ' 60068 



MUaiCAIi COMPOSITIONS 



51 



Rohlfing sons music com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Dance of the demon; grand galop de con- 
cert par Eduard Hoist for orchestra. 
(C 124660, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906.) 60069 

Ricordi (G.) & c, Milano, 
Italy. 
Pens^ amoureuse; pour violoncelle et 
piano par Victor Herbert. (C 124695, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60070 

Petite valse; pour violoncelle ou violon 
et piano par Victor Herbert. ( C 124696, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60071 

Romance; pour violoncelle ou violon et 
piano par Victor Herbert. (C 124694, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60072 

Tesoro mio! (My treasure) sone on the 
waltz by E. Becucci, arr. by Max 
Brown, words by R. H. Elkin. (C 
124692, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 

60078 

Sandoz, Jobin & cie, Neu- 

chatel, Switzerland. 

Reflet 8ur I'eau; poi^siede Franc-Nohain, 

musik de E. Jaques-Dalcroze, op. 70 

pour chant et piano. (C 124468, June 

28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 60074 

Schirmer (G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Arabella; for pianoforte by Theodor Es- 
pen. op. 18. (C 124539, June 28, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60076 

Blumentraume; for pianoforte bv Theo- 
dor Espen, op. 9. (C 124538, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60076 

Du bist wie eine blume; by Anton Rubin- 
stein, transcribed for pianoforte by 
James H. Rogers no. 3. (C 124643, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60077 

Im Herbet; by Robert Franz, transcribed 
for pianoforte by James H. Rogers no. 
1. (C 124641, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 
30, 1906.) 60078 

Intermezzo sinfonico; from **Cavalleria 
Rusticana'' by P. Mascagni, arr. bv 
Max Spicker for piano simplified e({. 
(C 124537, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 80079 

Ouvre tes veux bleus; by Jules Massenet, 
transcribe<l for pianoforte by James H. 
Rogers no. 2. (0 124642, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60080 

Prelude; by Felix Blumenfeld, op. 12 
no. 4, ed. and fingered by Louis Oes- 
terle for piano. (C 124542, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60081 

Prelude in B flat; by Felix Blumenfeld, 
op. 17 no. 21 for piano. (0 124640, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60082 



Schirmer (G. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Traume am Bosporus; for pianoforte by 
Theodor Espen, op. 32. (C 124540, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 

60088 

Wellen-walzer; for pianoforte by Theo- 
dor Espen, op. 40. ( C 124541, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60084 

Schmidt (Arthur?.), Boston, 
Mass. 
At dawn; trio by Fried rich Hesse, op. 
33 for women's voices. (C 124553, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

60085 

Be strong; sacred song in C, bv J. H. 
Hahn. (C 124582, June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906.) 60086 

Blest tranquil hour; trio bv Berger-Scott 
for women's voices. (0 124586, June 
29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 60087 

Consider the lilies; trio by R. Topliff 
arr. by Frank Lvnes lor women's 
voices. (C 124581,' June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906. ) 60088 

Great is the Lord; by Silas-Scott, sacred 
Oct. series mixed voices, no. 731. (C 
124587, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 60089 

Invitation polka; trio by August We weler, 
op. 18 for women's voices. (C 124552, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 

60090 

My Father bids me come; sacred song for 
soprano or tenor bv Charles P. Scott. 
(C 124583, June 29, '1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906.) * 60091 

Night (A) in Mav; trio by A. Goring 
Thomas arr. bv trank Lvnes for wom- 
en's voices. (C 124585, June 29, 1906; 
2 c. June 29, 1906.) 60092 

There is a river; hymn anthem by Ries- 
Scott for mixed voices. (C 124584, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

60098 

Ye happy birds; trio by W. Speiser, op. 
37 for women's voices. ( C 1 24554, June 
29, hm-, 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 60094 

Senff (Bartholf), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Serenade E.spagnole; pour piano par 
Alonso Conlelas. (C 124626, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60095 

Shapiro, Von Tilzer music 
company (Limited ), Lon- 
don, England. 
Am I downhearteii? No! written by 
Medley Barrett, composed bv J. Chas. 
Moore. (C 124669, Julv 2, 'l906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) ' 60096 



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Sheard (Charlefl) <& co., 

Lonaon, England. 

Tommy; barrack-room ballad, words by 

Rudyard Kipling, music bv Gerard F. 

Cobb in C. (C 124628, June 30, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60097 

Widow ^he) of Windsor; barrack -room 
ballad, words from Rudyard Kipling, 
music by Gerard F. Cobb op. 24, (C 
124629, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60098 

Showalter (A. J.) & Robin- 
son ( K. C. ), Dalton, Ga., 
and West Block- 
ton, Ga. 
Sweet rest; words bvW. C. Martin, music 
by K. C. Robinson. (C 124^55, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. June 3'», 1906.) 60099 



Smith (Alma M. ), Vicksburg, 
Mi^s. 
Hill City two Htep; bv Alma M. Smith 
for piano. (C 124668, Julv 2, 1906; 2 
c. July 2, 1906. ) 60100 

Speranza - Caniusat, Paris, 

France. 

Pri^re du tzigane; fKk^sie de Tola Dorian, 

musique de Speranza-Camuj*at pour 

piano et chant. (C 124683, July 2, 

1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60101 

Pri^re du tzigane; po^sie de Tola Dorian, 
musique de Speranza-Camusat pour 
piano seul. (C 124682, Julv 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) ' 60102 

Stem (Jos. W.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

After they gather the hay, and Coming 

home from Coney I.*^le; medley waltz 

arr. for band bv Robt. Recker. (C 

124733, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 

60108 

In the golden autunui time my sweet 
Elaine; cornet solo with band ace. arr. 
by Robt. Recker. (C 124576, June 29, 
1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 60104 

Little girl you'll do; cornet Holo with 
band ace. arr. by Rol>ert Recker. (C 
124577, June 29, U)06; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 60105 

Sullivan (Paul Andrew), 
Lowell, Mass. 
His honor; l)v Paul A. Sullivan for 
piano. (C 120340, Apr. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906.) 60106 

Sulzbach (W.), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Im atelier; ballet in einem akt, musik 
von Joachim Albrecht, |)rinz von 
Preussen, klavierzug. (C 124460, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 80107 



Talbot (Sidney), Victoria, 
British Columbia. 
Melo<iy of song: for piano by Sidney 
Talbot. (C 124427, June 27, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 60108 

Treloar ( W. M. ), Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Crystal rill; a new collection of songs 
. . . for temperance meetings by 
W. M. Treloar. (In renewal for 14 
vears from Aug. 24, 1906. A 149787, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60109 

Vandersloot music publish- 
ing company, Williams- 
port, Pa. 
Don*t do that; song bv Pete Ditzell and 
F. H. Losev. (C 124546, June 29, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60110 

King of good fellows; march and two 
step bv Herman V. Yeager, arr. for 
full band by F. H. Ix)sey. (C 124723, 
July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 60111 

Velazquez C. (L.), Yucatan, 

Mexico. 

Cutisina (La); danzon, verso ad lib. por 

Rafael Baeza Reves, musica por Leo- 

poldo Velazquez 'Corral. (C 124677, 

July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60112 

Walsh (Patrick J.), Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
Oh *tis joy to be home in Kentucky; 
words and music bv P. J. Walsh. (C 
124593, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906.) 60113 

Weinstein (N. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Holding hands; words by Allen T. Hop- 
ping, music bv Anatol Friedland. (0 
124644, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 60114 

White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 
Gipsey maiden; waltz for pianoforte by 
Charles D. Blake. ( In renewal for 14 
vears from July 5, 1906. C 124601, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60116 

Ivanhoe; march for piano, four hands by 

C. D. Blake. (In renewal for 14 vears 

from Julv 12, 1906. C 124603, 'June 

30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 19M.) 60118 

Little chick-a-<lee-dee; words and music 
by C. A. White for soprano in F. (In 
renewal for 14 vears from Julv 1, 1906. 
C 124599, June 30, 1906; 2 c* June 30, 
1906.) 80117 

May Flower; morceau de salon for piano 
by (Tcorge Fox op. 37. (In renewal 
for 14 vears from Julv 5, UH.)6. C 
124602, June 30, 1906; *2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 80118 



MUSICAL OOITPOSITIONS 



53 



White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 
Sunrise march; C. A. White's quartette 
arr. for the pianoforte by C. D. Blake. 
(In renewal for 14 years from Julv 1, 
1906. C 124598, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 
30, 1906.) 60119 

When 'tis starlight; waltz song, words 
and music by C. A. White for soprano 
key B flat. (In renewal for 14 years 
from July 1. 1906. C 124600, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60120 

Williams (Ernest 8.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Xational emblem; march for military 
band by E. E. Bagley. (C 124630', 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60IS1 

Witmark (M.) & sons, New 

York, N. Y. 

Benjamin Bims; "Everything comes to 

him dat waits;** by Geo. A. Spinks key 

of F, vocal orch. (C 124634, June 30, 

1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60122 

Bill Simmons march and two step; I've 
got to dance till the band gits through, 
Intro. What you goin' to do when you 
love a gal by G. A. Spinks, arr. for mili- 
tar>'bandbyW.C.O'Hare. (C 124633, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906^) 

60123 

Dainty music maid; two step intro. 
•*Call around some other dav and I 
want to go home now," from The Man 
from Now, by Manuel Klein, arr. for 
orchestrabvW. C. O'Hare. (C 124709, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60124 

Dora; waltz intro. "I will love you 
forever my dear" from The Man from 
Now, by Manuel Klein, arr. for orches- 
tra by W. C. O' Hare. (C 124708, Julv 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 80125 

Down in the caverns; by W. C. Kreusch 
in key of F, vocal orch. no. 804. (C 
124711, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 1906.) 

60126 

Everything is rosy, Rosie; two step by 
Seymour Furth, arr. for orch. bv \V. C. 
O'Hare. (C 124706, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 60127 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New 

York, N. Y. 

Everything is rosy, Rosie; words bv Ed. 

P. Moran, music bv Sevmour I^urth. 

(C 121675, Mav 18, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 

1906. ) 60128 

Fabian (A) romance; intermezzo com- 
iwsed and arr. for orchestra bv Wm. H. 
Tyers. (C 124710, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) ' 80129 

Forgiven; words and music bv Luella 
Lock wood Moore. ( C 122562,' May 31, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 80180 

Let's all make hay while the sun shines; 
waltz intro. '*Tfie tales the moon could 
tell," arr. for orch. bv W. C. O'Hare. 
(C 124707, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 60181 

Martinique; intermezzo by William Lo- 
raine, arr. for orchestra bv Otto Jjtngev. 
(C 124698, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv *2, 
1906.) 60182 

Mascot (The) of the troop; march and 
two step from "Mile. Modiste" by Vic- 
tor Herbert, arr. for band by Otto 
Langev. (C 124697, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. ) ' 80188 

My pals are my pipe and my stein; by 
Seymour Furth kev of B 'flat, vocal 
orch. 805. (C 124555, June 29. 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906.) 80134 

Soupir d' amour; valse lente by Florence 
O'Neill, for piano. (C 97959, June 26, 
19a5; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60186 

Stars (The), the stripes and you; by Jus- 
tin Wheeler, vocal orch. 806. (C 
124631, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 80136 

When love is voung; waltz intro. " School 
bov and girl " by M. Melville Ellis, arr. 
by* W. C. O'Hare for band. (C 124632, 
Jjune SO, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 80187 

When the wild flowers scent the wood- 
land; words bv Moulton G. Farnham, 
music bv Lvn Udall. (C 118353, Apr. 
6, 1906;* 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 80188 



Number of entriea of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 14,087 



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61OT CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION. CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ko. 4 

July 26, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVERMIiENT PRINTINO OFFICE 
1906 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Armnged alphabetically by authors. For index of proprietors and titles see end of Catalogue. 



Allen (ThM. 8.) 

Strolling home with Jennie; words and 
music by Thos. S. Allen. Walter 
Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. 5 p. 

1 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C, no 125312, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Andrew! (Addiion F.) 

Broken (A) chord; four-part song for 
men's voices, words by E. D. Pierson, 
music by Addison F. Andrews. Oliver 
Ditson company's octavo edition no. 
11548. 

fol. 3 p. 

2 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125266, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Andnaga (E. H. de) 

Paca r Andalouse; bolero pour chant et 

Siano par E. H. de Anduaga, paroles' de 
ean Decorce. Sociedad A n6nima Casa 
Dotesio, Madrid, 
fol. 7 p. 

8 
Copyright by Casa Dotesio, Madrid, 
Spain. Class C, no. 125262, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Appel (Harry) 

Dolly Madison; march & two step by 
Harry' Appel for piano. New York, 
Seminary music co. 

fol. 3 p. 

4 

Copyright by Seminary music co., 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125247, 
July 10. 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Astenint (A. 0. Theoph) 

At eventide; reverie for piano by 
A. O. T. Astenius, op. 22. Fillmore 
music house, Cincinnati. 

fol. 5 p. 

6 

Copyright bv Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Class C, no. 125330, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Bamei (J. W.) 

Parson (The) that united you and me; 
words and music by J. W. Barnes. 
J. W. Barnes pub. co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

fol. 3 p. 

e 

Copyright by J. W. Bamee, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. ClsFS C, no. 123116, June 8, 
190(>; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Bartlett (Homer Hewton) 

Grande polka de concert; for piano- 
forte by Homer Newton Bartlett, op. 1. 
A new edition by the composer. G. 
Schirmer, New York. 

fol. 11 p. 

7 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125196, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Brady (Mary E. ) 

Over the hills; song by Mary E. Brady. 
Success music co. Chicago. 

fol. 6 p. 

8 

Copyright bv Marv E. Brady. Class 
C, no. 121274, May 12," 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
1906. 

Cole (E. 8hirk) 

Microbes; wonls and music by E. Shirk 
Cole. The S. Brainard's sons co. New 
York. 

fol. 5 p. 

9 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co.. 
New York, N.' Y. Class C, no. 96828, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

De Koven (Beginald) 

Student (The) King; a romantic light 
opera in three acts, lx)ok and lyrics by 
Frederic Ran ken and Stanislaus Stange, 
music by Reginald De Koven. Jos. 
W. Stern & co. , New York. 

fol. 239 p. 

10 

Copyright bv Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York, N. V. Class C, no. 125263, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

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Denii^ (Churlei) 

Old home inarch and two step; by 
Charles Denn^e for band. Walter Ja- 
cobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. unp. 

11 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C, no. 125316, Jaly 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Eipen (Theodor) 

Cadettentraume. Dreams of a cadet; 
salonwalzer fur pianoforte von Theodor 
Espen, op. 65. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burg. 

fol. 5 p. 

12-18 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenbui^, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125298, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Gaukelnder falter. Flittering but- 
terfly; idyll fiir pianoforte von Theodor 
Espen, op. 63. Leipzig, Ernt«t Eulen- 
burg. 

14 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125296, Julv 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Koboldstreiche. Goblin's antics; 

gavotte fiir pianoforte von Theodor Es- 

Een, op. 61. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
urg. 
fol. 6 p. 

16 
Copyright bv Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Cla«e C, no. 125292, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Trolziges dirndl. Perverse lassie; 



salonstiick fur pianoforte von Theodor 
Espen, op. 62. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burg. 

fol. 6 p. 

16 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125295, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Waldtjiubchen. Ring dove; ton- 



stuck fur pianoforte von Theodor F^pen, 
op. 64. Leipzig, Ernst Eulenburg. 

fol. 5 p. 

17 

Copyright bv Ernst Eulenburc, I^ip- 
zig, Ger. CIefs C, no. 125297, Julv 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Ylamm (B.) 

Valse bachique; par R. Flanim, op. 37 
pour piano. R. I'lamm [Paris, France] 

fol. 5 p. 

18 

Copyright bv R. Flamm, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 125261, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 



Friml (Badolf) 

Valse silhouette; pour violon avec ac- 
compagnement de piano, ^r Rudolf 
Friml, op. 18, edited by R. Tanner. 
Mojinir Urbanek, Prague. 

fol. 7 p. 

19 
Copyright by Mojinir Urbdnek, 
Prague. Class C, no. 125286, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

CHbkMlieU (Carl) 

Am dorfbrunnen. At the village well; 
tonstuck fiir pianoforte von Carl Gan- 
schels, op. 327. I^ipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burg. 

fol. ft p. 

90 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125289, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Blumleins traum. Floweret's 

dream; salonstiick fiir pianoforte von 
Carl Ganschels, op. 328. Leipzig, Ernst 
Eulenburg. 

fol. 5 p. 

21 

C/OPY RIGHT by Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125291, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Oaul (Harv«7 B.) 

Grant we beseech Thee; anthem for 
men's voices by Harvey B. Gaul. Oliver 
Ditson company's octavo edition no. 
11544. 

fol. 3 p. 



Copyright by Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125265, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

QUbert (Denii) 

Song of the sword; song no. 2 in F, 
words by Michael J. Barry, music by 
Denis Gilbert. London, Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd. 

fol. 7 p. 

Copyright bv Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 
Class C, no. 125252, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

Oimenez y Yivei. 

Amico (El) del alma; humorada lirica 
en un acto, letra de los sres: D. F. Torres 
y D. C. Cruselles, munica de los maestros 
Gimenez y Vives. Sociedad An6nima 
casa Doteslo, Madrid. 

fol. 34 p. 

24 
Copyright bv Casa DotA^io, Madrid, 
[Spain]. Class C, no. 125257, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



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Qimenes y Yivei — Continued. 

Gatita (La) Blanca; humorada 

lirica en 11 n acto, letra de I08 sres: Jack- 
son Veyiin y Capella, musica de log 
loaeetros Gimenez y Vives. Sociedad 
Anonima casa Dotesio, Madrid. 

fol. 64 p. 

85 

Copyright by casa Dot^sio, Madrid, 
[Spain]. Class C, no. 126256, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Godfrey (Dan) 

Suite from The conqueror; by Edward 
German, arranged by Dan Godfrey. 
Chappell's auxiliary Journal for military 
band no. 17. Chappell <& co. ltd. London. 

various pacing. 

26 

Copyright by Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don, Eng. Class C, no. 125251, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Orey (Frank H.) 

Cane (The) rush; novelty two step by 
Frank H. Grey, arr. by Herman Fried - 
rich for band. Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. 

fol. unp. 

27 

Copyright bv Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C,'no. 126317, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Cfanenwald (K.) 

Joys of Summer waltzes; by R. (.Truen- 
wald, op. 397 for orchestra. Weaker 
Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. various paging. 

28 

Copyright bv W'alter Jacobs, Boston, 
Maes. Class C, no. 125305, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Hakes (D. 8.) 

Let us sing unto the Lord; music by 
B. S. Hakes. 

sheet. 

29 

Copyright bv Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Class C, no. 125332, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Heine (Carl) 

Abendglockchen. Evening chimes; 
polka de salon by Carl Ueins, op. 201 
for piano, edited and fingered by Louis 
Oesterle. New York, G. Schirmer. 

fol. 7 p. 

80 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Claw C, no. 125274, July 10, 1906; 
2 c July 10, 1906. 



Heine (Carl) — Continued. 

Minnesang; Love song; pi^ce de 

salon by Carl Heins, op. 227 for piano, 
edited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
New York, G. Schirmer. 

fol. 7 p. 

81 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York- 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125276, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Rosenfee. The Rose-Fav; ma- 



zurka-caprice by Carl Heins, op. 186 for 
I piano, edited and fingered by Louis Oes* 
terle. New York, G. Schirmer. 



fol. 5 p. 



82 



Copyright by G. Schirmer, New Y'ork, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125273, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Schwarzwalder (Die) uhr. The 

black-forest clock; salon polka by Carl 
Heins, op. 2'li for piano, edited and fin- 
gered by Louis Oesterle. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 



fol. 7 p. 



33 



Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 126275, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Spieluhr (Die). The music box; 



bagatelle by Carl Heins for piano, edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 



fol. 2 p. 



84 



Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125277, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Kendall (BdwinF.) 

At the post; march and two step b^ 
Edward F. Kendall for piano. Semi- 
nary music CO., New York. 

fol. 6 p. 

86 

Copyright bv Seminary mus. co.. New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125282, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Kerker (Onetave) 

Entrance of Todd; words by R. H. 
Bumside, music by Gustave Kerker. 
New York, T. B. Harms 00. 

fol. unp. 

86 

Copyright by T. B. Harms co.. New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 126300, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



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Kerker ( Qaitave ) — Continued. 

That's the time; topical song, 

words by R. H. Bumside, music by (tus- 
tave Kerker. New York, T. B. Harms 

CO. 
fol. imp. 

87 
Copyright by T. B. Hanns co., New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125326, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Tourist (The) waltzes; on melodies 

from the musi(».l cometly by Cjustave 
Kerker, arr. by Geo. J. Triiikhausi for 
piano. New Y'ork, T. B. Harms co. 

f(»l. 9 p. 

38 

CoPYRKiHT bv T. B. Harms co., New 
York, N. Y. Cla^s C, no. 125324, Julv 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Kiefert (Carl). 

Selection from the musical play The 
l^eauty of Bath; compo.«5ed by Herbert E. 
Hainey ^<electcd and arranged for the 

Eiano by Carl K iefert. London, Ascher- 
erg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 
fol. 13 p. 

89 

Copyright by Ascherberg, Hopwood 

& Oew, ltd., London. Class C, no. 

125300, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, UH)6. 

Kmoch (Fr.) 

Miij Konicek. Pochod stentein slazil 
Fr. Kmoch pro piano, edited by R. Tan- 
ner. Mojmir I'rbdnek v Praze. 

fol. 3 p. 

40 

Copyright bv Mojmir Urb;inek, Prag, 
Austria. Class' C, no. 125288, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Lerman (J. W.) 

'Neath mv ladv's window; a Venetian 
serenade by J. W. Lennan for orchestra. 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. various* paging. 

41 

CoPYRKiHT bv Walter Jacobs, Bo.«ton, 
Mass. Clas-s C,'no. 125314, Julv 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Liebling (Emil) 

Selected Czerny studies arranged in 
progressive onler in three books; revised, 
edited and fingered with annotations, by 
Emil Liebling. Book 2. Theodore Pres- 
ser, Philadelphia. 

fol. 71 p. 

42 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125334, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Malot (Bentf) 

Amours d'autrefois; vers de Pierre d' 
Amor, musique de Rene Malot. Paris, 
R. Malot. 

fol. 6 p. 

48 
Copyright bv R. Malot, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 125260, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

Hargii (Alfred) 

Paris- Washington; marche Franco- 
Am<!'ricaine pour piano par Alfred Marias- 
Edition Almar, Paris. 

fol. 5 p. 

44 

Copyright bv Almar, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 125258, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Julv 10. 1JK)7. 

Martin (John) 

Pegleg Joe; words bv Mrs. Geo. R. 
Hunt, music by John Alartin. E. L. 
Farnum co., Chicago. 46 

Copyright bv J. Martin. Class C, no. 
123034, June 7,' 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Mezzaoapo (E. ) 

Storia d' a more; valse i)ar E. Mezza- 
capo, orchei«tree par Alf. A mad el; piano 
conducteur. Paris, E. Gaudet. 

Various ptaging. 

46 

Copyright bv E. Mezzacapo. Class C, 
no. 125259, Julv 10, 190ti; 2 c. Julv 10, 
1906. 

Minehin (Violet ) 

Twilight is stealing; barcarolle, words 
by Caroline Duer, music bv Violet Min- 
ehin. Metzler & co. limited, London. 

fol. 4 p. 

47 

Copyright by Metzler & co. ltd., Lon- 
don, Eng. Class C, no. 1253;i5, July 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Newton (Erneit) 

Sing we and chant it; song in C, words 
by Thomas Morley, music by Ernest 
Newton. London, Leonard & co. 

fol. 5 p. 

48 

Copyright bv I-^onard & co., London. 
Class C, no. 125304, July 11, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. 

Hoel (Joicelyn) 

White rose; song no, 1 in B flat, words 
by Percy J. Barrow, music by Joscelyn 
Noel. London, Edwin Ashdown ltd. 

fol. 5 p. 

49 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 
London, Eng. Class C, no. 125254, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



MTT8I0AL COMPOSITIONS 



59 



0*Coiiiior ( Lawrence B.) 

I've grown so fond of vou; words and 
music bv Lawrence B. O'Connor. Wal- 
ter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

foi. 5 p. 

50 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C, no. 125315, July U, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Fenn (Arthur A.) 

Little lady Lu; words by Chas. H. 
Pean«on, music by Arthur A. Penn. 

sheet. 

61 

Copyright by Metropolitan mus. co.. 
New York. Class C, no. 125322, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Plumer (Balph £. ) 

Wooster love song; words and music 
by Ralph £. Plumer. 

sheet. 

62 

Copyright by University of Wooster. 
Class C, no. 125247, Julv 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

?ritchard (B.) 

Pilgrim chorus from Tannhauser, R. 
Wagner; concert selections by E. Pritch- 
anl for banjo. 

fol. unp. 

58 

Copyright by E. Pritchard. Class C, 
no. 1226:^6, June 1, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
1906. 

Bailey (Thoi. T.) 

That game called love; words and mu- 
sic by Thos. T. Railey. Allen music 
company, Columbia, Mo. 

fol. 5 p. 

64 

Copyright by Thos. T. Railey. Class 
C, no. 125130, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 

Beeves (Ernest) 

Smuggler (The) King; song in C, words 
by Eliza Cook, music oy Ernest Reeves. 
London, I..eonard & co. 

fol. 7 p. 

65 

Copyright by Leonard & co., London, 
Eng. Class C, no. 125355, July 12, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Beiaeeke (Carl) 

Zwei sooaten; fiir zwei pianoforte von 
Carl Reinecke, op. 275 no 1 G. dur. 
I^ipzig, Friedrich Hofmeister. 

lol. 29 p. 

66 

CoPTSioHT by Ernst Eulenbera, Leip- 
zig, Ger. aaes C, no. 125284, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Beineoke (Carl) 

Zwei sonaten; fiir zwei pianoforte 

von Carl Reinecke, op. 275 no. 2 C dur. 
Leipzig, Friedrich Hofmeister. 

fol. 47 p. 

67 
Copyright by Ernst Eulenbure, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125285, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Bieh (Caryl B.) 

March song of the flag; words by 
Joseph Rodman Drake, music by Caryl 

B. Rich. Beacon series of vocal selec- 
tions no. 217. Silver, Burdett & com- 
pany. New York. 

fol. 12 p. 

68 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co.. 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125244, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Bosey (George) 

You look so good to me; written by 
Joe Rosey, composed by Cieorge Rosey. 
Willis Woodward & co.. New York. 

fol. b p. 

69 

Copyright by Willis Woodward & co.. 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125355, 
July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Sabathil (F.) 

Scherzino; by F. Sabathil, op. 248 no. 
1. Three characteristic pieces for piano. 
Philadelphia, Theodore rresser. 

fol. 6 p. 

60 

Copyhioht bv Theodore Presser, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125345, July 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Sohnecker (P. A.) 

Rest Holy Child ; sacred three part song 
for ladies' voices, by P. A. Schnecker 
with organ and piano. White-Smith 
music pub. co., Boston. 

fol. 4 p. 

61 

Copyright by White-Smith music pub- 
lishing company, Boston, Mass. Class 

C, no. 125278, July 10, 1906; 2 c. Julv 10, 
1906. 

Sohreek (Qattav) 

Herr (Der) ist mein Hirte; Psalm 23 
motette fiir gemischten chor componiert 
von (justav Schreck, op. 42. Breitkopf 
<& Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

fol. 7 p. 

68 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig, (lermany. Class C, no. 125293, 
July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



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Soott (Harry C.) 

San Francisco bamt to ashes; song by 
Harry C. Scott. H. C. Scott, Colum- 
bas, O. 

fol. 5 p. 

63 
Copyright by Harry C. Scott, Colum- 
bus, 0. Claas C, no. 121522, May 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Snyder (L. C.) 

Destruction of San Francisco; words 
and music by Louis C. Snyder. L. C. 
Snyder & co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

fol. 3 p. 

64 

Copyright by L. C. Snvder, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 12o250,*^July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

SomerviUe (Beginald) 

When the heather bloomed; song no. 
1 in (t, wonls by Julian Wellesley, music 
by Reginald Somerville. New York, 
Boosey & co. 

fol. 7 p. 

66 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, Tendon, 
England. Class C. no. 125301, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Tate (Jas. W.) 

Skyland; written by John P. Harring- 
ton, composed by Jas. W. Tate. The 
Monte Carlo publishing co., London. 

fol. 8 p. 

66 

Copyright by Monte Carlo pub. co., 
London. Class C, no. 124657, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. 

Towne (T. Martin. ) 

Savior breathe an evening blessing; 
music by T. Martin Towne. 

sheet. 

67 

Copyright by Fillmore bros. co. Class 
C, no. 125333, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
1906. 



Twelve Ante toloi mediam grade; witii 
piano aocte. 

The half dollar music series. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson company. 

fol. 48 p. 

66 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson companv, 

Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125267, July 

10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Waohi (Fanl) 

Flaminia; saltarelle de concert par Paul 
Wachs pour piano. London, Enoch & 
sons. 

fol. 7 p. 

69 

Copyright bv Enoch & son?, London, 
England. Class C, no. 135302, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Webster (J. B.) 

Fearless and brave. The rescue; song 
in B fiat written and composed I'y J. E. 
Webster. New York, The John E. 
Weljster co. 

fol. 7 p. 

70 

Copyright by J. E. Webster, New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125299, July 

11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Ziegler (Johannes) 

At the Spring; waltz etude for the 
pianoforte by Johannes Ziegler, op. 32. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

fol. 7 p. 

71 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125255, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions c*ompleted by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 14,188 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles re^- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by him. 
The index includes also all tiUes roistered in this number, indexed under the first 
word of the title. 

Tbe FIsnres refer to tbe Heavy-raced Numbers follonrlns tbe Titles in tlie 

Catalogue. 



Abend glockchen 30 

Almar. Paris- Washington 44 

Am dorfbrunnen 20 

Araico del Alma 24 

Amours d'autrefois 43 

Ashdown (E.) 

Song of the sword 23 

White rose 49 

Aseherberg, Hopwood & Crew. 

Beauty (The) of Bath 39 

At eventide 5 

At the post 35 

At the spring 71 

Barnes (J. W. ) Parson (The) that 

united vou and toe 6 

Beauty of Bath w 39 

Blumleins traum 21 

Brady (M. E. ) Over the hills ... 8 

Brainard*s (S.J sons co. Microbes. 9 
Breitkoi)f & Hartel. Herr (Der) 

ist mein Hirte 62 

Broken chord 2 

Oadetten traume 13 

Cane rush 27 

Casa Dotesio. 

Amico ( Kl ) del alma 24 

Gatita ( Lai blanca 25 

Paca PAndaiouse 3 

Chappell & CO. Suite from The 

Conqueror 26 

Destruction of San Francisco 64 

Ditson (O.) CO. 

Broken ( A) chord 2 

Grant, we beseech Thee 22 

Twelve flute solos 68 

Twelve flute solos 12 

Dolly Madison 4 

Enoch & sons. 

Flaminia 69 

When the heather bloomed . . 65 

Entrance of Todd 36 

Eulenbuxv (E.) 

Am aorfbrunnen 20 

Blumleins traum 21 

Cadetten traume 13 

Gaukelnder falter 14 

Koboldstreiche 15 

Trotzigps dirndl 16 

Waldtaubchen 17 



Fearless & brave 70 

Fillmore bros. co. 

At eventide 5 

I-«et us sing unto the Lord 29 

Savior, breathe an evening 

blessing 67 

Flaminia 69 

Flamm (R.) Valse bachique 18 

(latita blanca 25 

Gaukelnder falter. . - 14 

Grande polka de concert 7 

Grant we beseech Thee 22 

Harms (T. B.) co. 

p:ntrance of Todd 36 

That's the time 37 

Tourist (The) 38 

Herr ist mein Hirte 62 

Hofmeister ( F. ) Zwei sonaten. . . 56 

Hunt (Mrs. G. R. ) Pegleg Joe. . . 45 

I've grown so fond of you 50 

Jacobs (W.) 

Cane (The) rush 27 

I've grown so fond of you 50 

Joys of summer 28 

'Neath my lady's window 41 

Old home 11 

Strolling home with Jennie . . 1 

Joys of summer 28 

Koboldstreiche 15 

Leonard & co. 

Sing we and chant it 48 

Smuggler (The) king 55 

Let us sing unto the Lord 29 

Little Lady Lou 51 

Malot(R.) Amours d'autrefois.. 43 

March song of the flag 58 

Metropolitan music co. Little Lady 

Lou 51 

Metzler & co. ltd. Twilight is steal- 
ing 47 

Mezzacapo ( E. ) Storia d'amore. . 46 

Microbes 9 

Minnesang 31 

Monte Carlo pub. oo. Sky land. . . 66 

Mftj Ronfcek 40 

' Neath my lady's window 41 

Old home 11 

Over the hills --.- 8 

Paca I'Andalouse 3 

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Paris- Washington 44 

Parson that united you & me 6 

Pegleg Joe 46 

Pilgrim chorus 53 

Presser (T.) 

Scherzino 60 

Selected Czemv studies 42 

Pritchard ( E. ) Pilgrim chorus. . . 53 
Railey (T. T.) That game called 

love 54 

Rest, Holy child : 61 

Rosenfee 32 

San Francisco burnt to aahes 63 

Savior, breathe an evening bless- 
ing 67 

Scherzino 60 

Sohirmer (G.) 

Abend glockchen 30 

Grande polka de concert 7 

Minnesang 31 

Rosenfee 32 

Schwarzwalder (Die) uhr 33 

Spieluhr (Die) 34 

Schmidt (A. P.) At the spring .. 71 

Schwarzwalder uhr 33 

Scott ( H . C. ) San Francisco burnt 

to ashes 63 

Selected Czerny studies 42 

Seminary music co. 

At the post 35 

Dolly Madison 4 

Sing we and chant it 48 

Silver, Burdett & co. March song 

of the flag 58 

Skyland 66 

Smuggler king 55 



Snyder (L. C. ) Destruction of San 

Francisco 64 

Song of the sword 23 

Spieluhr 34 

Stern, J. W., & co. Student (The) 

king 10 

Storia d'amore 46 

Strolling home with Jennie 1 

Student king 10 

Suite from The Conqueror 26 

That game called love 54 

That's the time 37 

Tourist 38 

Trotziges dirndl 16 

Twelve flute solos 12 

Twelve flute solos 68 

Twilight is stealing 47 

University of VVooster. Wooster 

Jove song 52 

Urbanek (Mkonidek) 

Mfijkonf^k 40 

Valse silhouette 19 

Valse bachique 18 

Valse silhouette 19 

Waldtiiubchen 17 

Webster (J. E. ) co. Fearless and 

brave 70 

When the hether bloomed 65 

White rose 49 

White-Smith music pub. co. Rest, 

Holy child 61 

Woodward ( W. ) & co. You look 

so good to me 59 

Wooster love song 52 

You look so good to me 59 

Zwei sonaten 56 



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PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 4 

July 26, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Arranged alphabetically by autbors. For index of proprietors and titles see end of Cataloove: 



Allen (Thos. 8.) 

Strolling home with Jennie; words and 
masic by Thos. 8. Allen. Walter 
Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. 5 p. 

1 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C, no 125312, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Andrews (Addison F.) 

Broken (A) chord; four-part song for 
men's voices, words by E. D. Piereon, 
music by Addison F. Andrews. Oliver 
Ditson company's octavo edition no. 
11548. 

fol. 3 p. 

2 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125266, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Andnaga (E. H. de) 

Paca r Andalouse; bolero pour chant et 
piano par E. H. de Andua^, parole? de 
Jean Decorce. Sociedad A n6nima Casa 
Dot^sio, Madrid. 

fol. 7 p. 

8 

Copyright by Casa Dot^^io, Madrid, 
Spain, Class C, no. 125262, Julv 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Appel (Harry) 

Dolly Madison; march & two step by 
Harry Appel for piano. New York, 
Seminary music co. 

fol. 3 p. 

4 

Copyright by Seininarv music co., 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125247, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Astenias (A. 0. Theoph) 

At eventide; reverie for piano by 
A. O. T. Astenius, op. 22. Fillmore 
music house, Cincinnati. 

fol. b p. 

5 

Copyright bv Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Class C, no. 125330, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11,1906. 



Barnes (J. W.) 

Parson (The) that united you and me; 
words and music by J. W. Barnes. 
J. W. Barnes pub. co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

fol. 8 p. 

6 

Copyright bv J. W. Barnes, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Cla^s C, no. 123116, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Bartlett (Homer Newton) 

Grande polka de concert; for piano- 
forte by Homer Newton Bartlett, op. 1. 
A new edition by the composer. G. 
Schirmer, New York. 

fol. lip. 

7 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C", no. 125196, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Brady (Mary E. ) 

Over the hills; song by Mary E. Brady. 
Success music co. Chicago. 

fol. 6 p. 

8 

Copyright bv Mary E. Brady. Class 
C, no. 121274, May 12, 1906; 2 c. Julv 11, 
1906. 

Cole (E. Shirk) 

Microbes; words and music by E. Shirk 
Cole. The S. Brainard's sons co. New 
York. 

fol. 5 p. 

9 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co.. 
New York, N.' Y. Class C, no. 96828, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

De Koven (Beginald) 

Student (The) King; a romantic light 
opera in three acts, book and lyrics by 
Frederic Ranken and Stanislaus Stange, 
music by Reginald De Koven. Jos. 
W. Stern & co., New York. 

fol. 239 p. 

10 

Copyright bv Jos. W\ Stern & co., 
New Y'ork, N. V. Class C, no. 125263, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

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Benn^ (Charlei) 

Old home march and two step; by 
Charles Denude for band. Walter Ja- 
cobs, Boston, Ma88. 

fol. unp. 

11 

Copyright bv Walter Jacobs, Bo8t4)n, 
Mass. Class C, no. 125316, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Eipen (Theodor) 

Cadettentrilume. Dreams of a cadet; 
salonwalzer fiir pianoforte von Theodor 
Espen, op. 65. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burjj. 

fol. 5 p. 

12-18 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenbun?, I^ij)- 
zig, Ger. ClasH C, no. 125298, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Gaukelnder falter. Flittering but- 
terfly; idyll fiir pianoforte von Thi-odor 
Espen, op. 63. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burg. 

14 

Copyright by Ernst Enlenburjr, I^ip- 
zig, Ger. Claf-s C, no. 125296, July 11, 
1W6; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Koboldstreiche. Goblin's antic.**; 

gavotte fiir pianoforte von Theodor V^i- 

Een, op. 61. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
urg. 
fol. 6 p. 

15 
Copyright by Ernst Eulenburg, I>eip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125292, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Trolziges dirndl. Perverse lassie; 



salonstiick fiir pianoforte von Theodor 
Eapen, op. 62. l^ipzig, Ernst Eulen- 
burg. 

fol. 5 p. 

16 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenburg, T^ip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125295, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

W^aldtiiubchen. Ring dove; ton- 



stiick fiir pianoforte vcm Theodor Espen, 
op. 64. Leipzig, Ernst Eulenburg. 

fol. .')p. 

17 

Copyright bv Ernst Eulenburg, I^ip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125297, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Flamm (B.) 

Valse bachique; par R. Flanim, op. 37 
pour piano. R. Flamm [PAris, France] 

fol. 5 p. 

18 

Copyright bv R. Flamm, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 125261, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 



Friml (Budolf) 

Valse silhouette; pour violon avec ac- 
compagneinent de piano, par Rudolf 
Friml, op. 18, edited by R. Tanner. 
Mojmir Urbanek, Prague. 

fol. 7 p. 

19 

Copyright by Mojmir l^rbdnek, 
Prague. Cla«fl C, no. 125286, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

O&ntoheU (Carl) 

Am dorfbrunnen. At the village well; 
tonstiick fiir pianoforte von Carl (iun- 
Kchels, op. 327. Leipzig, Ernst Eulen- 

bniv. 

fol. S p. 

20 

Cop^^^IGHT bv Ernst Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125289, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

- — Bliimleins traum. Floweret's 
dream; salonstiick fiir pianoforte von 
Carl G-inschels, op. 328. Leipzig, Ernst 
Eulenburg. 

fol. 5 p. 

21 

Copyright by Eriwt Eulenburg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125291, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Oaul (Harvey B.) 

(irant we beseech Thee; anthem for 
men's voices by Harvey B. Gaul. Oliver 
Ditson company's octavo edition no. 
11544. 

fol. 3 p. 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mass. 'Class C, no. 125265, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

OUbert (Denii) 

Song of the swonl; song no. 2 in F, 
words by Michael J. Barry, music by 
Denis GiU>ert. London, Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd. 

fol. 7 p. 

28 

Copyright bv Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 
Class C, no. 125252, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

Oimenez y Yivet. 

I Amico (El) del alma; humorada lirica 
en un acto, letra de los sres: D. F. Torres 
y D. C. Crnselles, musica de los maestros 
Gimenez y Vives. Sociedad An6nima 
casa Dotcsio, Madrid. 

fol. 34 p. 

24 
Copyright bv Casa Dotmo, Madrid, 
[Spain]. Class' C, no. 125257, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



57 



Oimenei y Vives — Continuefi. 

Gatita (Ia) Blanca; hiimorada 

lirica en un aoto, letra de los ares: Jack- 
son Veyjin y Capella, "muaica de los 
maestros Gimeiiez y Vives. Socie<iad 
Auonima ca>*a DoU'sio, Madrid. 

fnl. 64 p. 

25 

Copyright bv cas^a Dott'sio, Madrid, 
[Spain]. Class' C, no. 125256, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Godfrey (Dan) 

Suite from The con(|ueror; by Edward 
German, arranged by Pan (lodfrey. 
Chappell's auxiliary Journal for military 
band no. 1 7. Chappell & co. ltd. London. 

Viirions imKiiigT- 

26 

CopYRUinx by Chappell <fe co., ltd., Lon- 
don, Eng. ClaH*< C, no. 125251, July 10, 
1906; 2 (•. July 10, 1906. 

Orey (Frank H.) 

Cane (The) rush; novelty two step by 
Frank H. (irey, arr. by Herman P>ied- 
rich for band. Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Ma.sH. 

fol. unp. 

27 

CoPYRKJHT bv Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Cla.«s C.no. 125317, Julv 11, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 7. 1906. 

Ornenwald (B. ) 

Jovs of Summer waltzes; bv R. (xruen- 
wald, op, 397 for orchestra. Walter 
Jacobs, Bi^iston, Mass. 

fol. vdriou> paifing. 

28 

Copyright bv Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Maas. Class C,* no. 125305, Julv 11, UK)6; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Hakes (D. 8.) 

Let us sing unto the Lord; music bv 
D. S. Hakes. 

29 
Copyright by Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Class C, no. 125332, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Eeini (Carl) 

Aliendgirjokchen. Evening? chimes; 
polka de salon by Carl Heins, op. 201 
for piano, edited and fingered by l^ouis 
OcHterle. New York, G. Sch inner. 

fol. 7 p. 

30 

CoPYRiOHT by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125274, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Heini (Carl) — Continued. 

Minnesang; Love song; pii'^ce de 

salon by Carl Heins, op. 227 for piano, 
edited and fin^ei*ed by I-»ouis Oesterle. 
; New York, U. Schirmer. 

fol. 7 p. 

31 

' Copyright bv O. Schirmer, New York- 
N. Y. Class C,*no. 125276, Julv 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Rosenfee. The Rose-Fav; ma- 



I 



zurka-caprice by C^rl Heins, op. 185 for 
piano, edited and fingered by I^)uis Oes* 
terle. New York, G. Schirmer. 

fol. 5 p. 

32 

CoPYRKiiiT bv G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C', no. 125273, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 190ti. 



Schwarzwfilder (Die) uhr. The 



bla^'k-f<»rest clock; siihm polka by Carl 
Heins, op. 2::4 for piano, edited and fin- 
gered by Louis Oesterle. New York, 
(r. Schirmer. 

fol. 7 p. 

33 

(\)PYRF(;ht by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125275, Julv 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Spieluhr (Die). The music box; 

bagatelle by Carl Heins for piano, edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. New 
York, (t. Schirmer. 

fol. 2 p. 

84 

CopYRKJHT bv G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. (Mh-s C; no. 125277, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, b^06. 

Kendall (Edwin F.) 

At the post; march and two step by 
Edward F. Kendall for piano. Semi- 
nary music CO., New York. 

fol. 5 p. 

36 

Copyright bv Seminary mus. co.. New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125282, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Kerker (Onitave) 

Entrance of Todd; words by R. II. 
Burnside, ma«ie by (iustave Kerker. 
New York, T. B. Harms co. 

fol. imp. 

86 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms co., New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125300, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. Julv 11, 1906. 



58 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRI8E 



Xorkor (Onitave) — Continued. 

That's the time; topical song. 

words by R. H. Burnside, music by Gus- 
tave Kerker. New York, T. B. Harms 

CO. 
fol. unp. 

87 
Copyright by T. B. Harms co., New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125326, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Tourist (The) waltzes; on melodies 



from the musical comedy by Gustave 
Kerker, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkhaua for 
piano. New York, T. B. Harms co. 

fdl. 9 p. 

88 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms oo., New 
York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125324, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Xiefert (Carl). 

Selection from the musical play The 
beauty of Bath; compOJ=ed by Herbert K. 
HaincH selected and arranged for the 

giano by Carl Kiefert. London, Ascher- 
erg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 
fol. 13 p. 

39 

Copyright by Ascherberjsr, Hopwood 

& Oew. ltd., Ix)ndon. Class G, no. 

125300, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Kmoch (Fr.) 

Mfij Konicek. Pochfxl stentem slazil 
Fr. Knioch pro piano, edited by R. Tan- 
ner. Mojmir IJrbanek v Praze. 
fol. 3 p. 

40 
Copyright by Mojmir Urb:inek, Frag, 
Austria. Class C, no. 125288, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Lerman (J. W. ) 

'Neath my lady's window; a Venetian 
serenade by J. W. Lerman for orchestra. 
Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 
fol. VArlou.*4 paging. 

41 
Copyright bv Walter Jacobs, Bo.*»ton, 
Mass. Class C,'no. 125314, Julv 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Liebling (EmU) 

Selected Czerny studies arranged in 
progressive order in three books; revised, 
edited and fingered with annotations, by 
Emil Liebling. Book 2. Theodore Pres- 
8er, Philadelphia. . 

fol. 71 p. 

42 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125334, July 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Malot (Ben<) 

Amours d' autrefois; vers de Pierre d* 
Amor, musique de Rene Malot. Paris, 
R. Malot. 

fol. 5 p. 

48 
Copyright by R. Malot, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 126260, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

Margii (Alfred) 

Paris-Washington ; marche Franco- 
Am^'Ticaine pour piano par Alfred Margis. 
£ditio& Almar, Paris. 

fol. 6 p. 

44 

Copyright bv Almar, Paris, France. 
Class C, no. 125258, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1907. 

Martin (John) 

Pegleg Joe; words by Mrs. Geo. R. 
Hunt, music by John Martin. E. L. 
Farnum co., Chicago. 46 

Copyright bv J. Martin. Class C, no. 
123034, June 7,'l906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Hezzacapo (E.) 

Storia d'amore; val^e par E. Mezza- 
capo, orchestrde par Alf. Amadel; piano 
condu(!teur. Paris, E. Gaudet. 

Various pngiiiK- 

46 

Copyright bv E. Mezzacapo. Class C, 
no. 125259, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906. 

Minchin (Violet) 

Twilight is stealing; barcarolle, words 
by Caroline Duer, music by Violet Min- 
chin. Metzler & co. limited, London. 

fol. 4 p. 

47 

Copyright by Metzler & co. ltd., Lon- 
don, Eng. Class C, no. 1253:^, July 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Newton (-Ernest) 

Sing we and chant it; song in C, words 
by Thomas Morley, music by Ernest 
Newton. London, Leonard & co. 

fol. 5 p. 

48 

Copyright by Tyeonard & co., London. 
Class C, no. 125304, July 11, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906. 

Koel (Joioelyn) 

White rose; song no. 1 in B flat, words 
by Percy J. Barrow, music by Joscelyn 
Noel. London, Edwin Ash down ltd. 
fol. 5 p. 

49 
Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 
London, Eng. Class C, no. 125254, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



MUSICAL 0OMPO81TION8 



59 



O^Gonnor (Lawrenoe B.) 

I've grown so fond of you; words and 
music by Lawrence B. O'Connor. Wal- 
ter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. 

fol. 5 p. 

50 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston, 
Mass. Class C, no. 126315, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Penn (Arthur A.) 

Little lady Lu; words by Chas. H. 
Pearson, music by Artliur A. Penn. 

sheet. 

61 

Copyright bv Metropolitan mus. co., 
New York. Class C, no. 125322, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Plumer (Balph £. ) 

Wooster love song; words and music 
by Ralph £. Plumer. 

sheet. 

52 

Copyright by University of Wooster. 
Class C, no. 125247, Julv 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. 

Pritchard (E.) 

Pilgrim chorus from Tannhauser, R. 
Wagner; concert selections by E. Pritch- 
ard for banjo. 

fol. imp. 

5S 

Copyright by E. Pritchard. Class C, 
no. 1226:36, June 1, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
1906. 

Bailey (Thot. T. ) 

That game called love; words and mu- 
sic by Thos. T. Railey. Allen music 
company, Columbia, Mo. 

fol. 5 p. 

64 

Copyright by Thos. T. Railey. Class 
C, no. 125130, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 

£••▼•• (Smett) 

Smu}2g1er (The) King; song in C, words 
by Eliza Cook, music by Ernest Reeves. 
London, Leonard & co. 

fol. 7 p. 

55 

Copyright by Leonard & co., London, 
Eng. Class C, no. 125355, July 12, 1906; 
2 c. July 3, 1906. 

BeiiMoke (Carl) 

Zwei sonaten; fiir zwei pianoforte von 
Carl Reinecke, op. 275 no 1 G. dur. 
I^eipzig, Friedrich Hofmeister. 

lol. 29 p. 

56 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenberg, Leip- 
zig, Ger. aass C, no. 125284, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Beinooke (Carl) 

Zwei sonaten; fiir zwei pianoforte 

von Carl Reinecke, op. 275 no. 2 C dur. 
Leipzig, Friedrich Hofmeister. 

fol. 47 p. 

57 

Copyright by Ernst Eulenbure, Leip- 
zig, Ger. Class C, no. 125285, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Bich (Caryl B.) 

March song of the flag; words by 
Joseph Rodman Drake, music by Caryl 

B. Rich. Beacon series of vocal selec- 
tions no. 217. Silver, Burdett & com- 

I pany, New York. 

fol. 12 p. 

58 
Copyright bv Silver, Burdett & co.. 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125244, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Bosey (George) 

i You look so good to me; written by 
Joe Rosey, composed by (Jeorge Rosey. 
Willis Woodward & co., New \ork. 
fol. 5 p. 

59 
Copyright by Willis Woodward & co., 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125355, 
I July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Sabathil (F.) 

Scherzino; by F. Sabathil, op. 248 no. 
1. Three characteristic pieces for piano. 
Philadelphia, Theodore Presser. 

fol. 6 p. 

60 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125345, July 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Schnecker (P. A.) 

Rest Holy Child ; sacred three part song 
for ladies' voices, by P. A. Schnecker 
with organ and piano. White-Smith 
music pub. CO., Boston. 

fol. 4 p. 

61 

Copyright by White-Smith music pub- 
lishing company, Boston, Mass. Class 

C, no. 125278, July 10, 1906; 2 c. Julv 10, 
1906. 

Sokreok (Onttav) 

Herr (Der) ist mein Hirte; Psalm 23 
motette fiir gemischten chor componiert 
I von (7ustav Schreck, op. 42. Breitkopf 
& H artel, Leipzig. 

fol. 7 p. 

68 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
I Leipzig, (Germany. Class C, no. 125293, 
, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



60 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Scott (Harry C.) 

San Francisco burnt to ashes; son^ by 
Harry C. Scott. 11. C. Scott, Colum- 
bus, 0. 

fol. 5 p. 

63 

Copyright bv Harrv C. Scott, Colum- 
bus, O. Class' C, no*. 121522, May 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 190(5. 

Snyder (L. C.) 

Destruction of San Francisi-o; words 
and munic l)y Loui? C. Snyder. L. C. 
Snyder & co., Buffalo, N. V. 

fol. 3 p. 

64 
CoPYRKiHT by L. C. Snvder, Buffalo. 
N. Y. Class (\ no. 12o2oO,*Julv 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Somerville (Reginald) 

When the heather bloomed; sonj? no. i 
1 in (i, words by Julian Wellesley, music 
by Reginald Somerville. New York, 
Boosey & co. 

fol. 7 p. 

65 

CoPYRUJHT by f]noch & sons, T^ondon, 
En^dand. Class C, no. 125:^01, July 11, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Tate ( Jai. W. ) 

Skyland; written by John P. Harring- 
ton, comiM).«<ed by Jiis' W. Tate. Tlie ! 
Monte Carlo publishing co., London. 

fol. 3 p. 

66 

Copyright by Monte Carlo pub. co., 
I>(md()n. Class C, no. 1246r>7, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. 

Towne (T. Martin.) 

Sayior breathe an evening blessing; 
music by T. ^lartin Towne. 

sheet. 

87 , 

Copyright by Fillmore bros. co. Class 
C, no. 12538:J, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
190(5. 



Twelve Ante loloa medium grade; with 
piano aoota. 

The half dollar music series. Boston, 
Oliyer Ditson company. 

fol. 48 p. 

68 

CoPYRKiHT bv Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125267, July 

10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Waohs (Panl) 

Flaminia; saltarelle de concert par Paul 
Wachs pour piano. London, Enoch & 
sons. 

fol. 7 p. 

69 

CoPYR!<?HT by Knoch & pon«, London, 
England. Class C, no. 135:302, July 11, 
UH)6; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Webiter (J. E.) 

Fearless and brave. The re>'cue; song 
in B fiat written and composed liy J. E. 
Webster. New York, The John E. 
Webster co. 

fol. 7 p. 

70 

CopYRKiiiT by J. E. Webster, New- 
York, N. Y. CWs C, no. 125299, July 

11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Ziegler (Johannes) 

At the Spring; waltz etude for the 
pianoforte by Joliannes Ziegler, op. 1^2, 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

fol. 7 p. 

71 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston, Mass. ('lass C, no. 125255, July 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 



Number of entries (»f Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, HK)6 '. 14,138 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



This index (contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles re^s- 
tered in this number; followinc: each proprietor's name is the title registered by him. 
The index includes also all titles registered in this number, indexed under the first 
word of the title. 

Xhe Flfj^nreM refer to tlie HeaTy-laoed Nunibera tbllowlng tlie Titles In tbe 

Catalogue. 



Abend gl(")ckchen 30 

Almar. Paris- Washington 44 

Am dorfbrunnen 20 

Amico del Alma 24 

A mours d'antrefois 43 

Ashdown (E.) 

Soiije of the sword 23 

Wliite rose 49 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew. 

Beauty (The) of Bath 39 

At eventide 5 

At thei)Ost 35 

At the spring 71 

Barnes (J. W. ) Parson (The) that 

unite<l vou and me 6 

Beauty of Bat h 39 

Bliimfeins traum 21 

Brady (M. E. ) Over the hills ... 8 

Brainard's ( 8. ) sons co. Microbes. 9 
Breitkopf & Hilrtel. Herr (Der) 

ist mein Uirte 62 

Bnjken chord 2 

Cadett^n triiume 13 

Cane rush 27 

Casa Dotesio. 

Annco ( El ) del alma 24 

(latita ( La) blanca 25 

Paca r Andalouse 3 

Chappell & CO. Suite from The 

Conqueror 26 

Destruction of 8an Francisco 64 

Ditson (0.) CO. 

Broken ( A) chord 2 

(-■rant, we beseech Thee 22 

Twelve flute solos 68 

Twelve flute solos 12 

Dolly Madison 4 

Enoch & sons. 

Flaminia 69 

When the heather bloomed . . 65 

Entrance of Todd 36 

Eulenburg (E.) 

Am dorfbrunnen 20 

Blumleins traum 21 

Cadetten tniume 13 

Gaukelnder falter 14 

Koboldstreiche 15 

Trotziges dirndl 16 

Waldtaubchen 17 



Fearless & brave 70 

Fillmore bros. co. 

At eventide 5 

l^t us sing unto the Lord 29 

Savior, breathe an evening 

blessing 67 

Flaminia 69 

Flamm (K.) Valse bachique 18 

(latita blanca 25 

Gaukelnder falter 14 

Grande polka de concert 7 

Grant we beseech Thee 22 

Harms (T. B.) co. 

Entrance of Todd 36 

That's the time 37 

Tourist (The) 38 

Herr ist mein Hirte 62 

Hofmeister ( F. ) Zwei sonaten ... 56 

Hunt [Mrs. G. R. ) Pegleg Joe... 45 

I've grown so fond of vou 50 

Jacobs (W.) 

Cane (The) rush 27 

I've grown so fond of you 50 

Jovs of summer 28 

'Neath my lady's window 41 

Old home 11 

Strolling home with Jennie . . 1 

Joys of summer 28 

Koboldstreiche 15 

Leonard & co. 

Sing we and chant it 48 

Smuggler (The) king 55 

Let us sing unto the Lord 29 

Little Lady Lou 51 

Malot (R. ) Amours d'autrefois.. 43 

March song of the flag 58 

Metropolitan music CO, Little Lady 

Lou 51 

Metzler & co. ltd. Twilight is steal- 
ing 47 

Mezzacapo ( E. ) Storia d'amore. . 46 

Microbes 9 

Minnesang 31 

Monte Carlo pub. CO. Sk viand... 66 

Mfij Ronfcek ' 40 

' Neath my lady's window 41 

Old home 11 

Over the hills 8 

Paca r Andalouse 3 

I 



IT 



INDEX 



Paris- Washington 44 

Parson that unit-ed you & me 6 

Pegleg Joe 45 

Pilgrim choruB 53 

Preeser (T.) 

Scherzino 60 

Selectjed Czernv studies 42 

Pritchard ( E. ) Pilgrim chorus. . . 53 
Railey (T. T.) That game called 

love 54 

Rest, Holy child 61 

Rosenfee 32 

8an Francisco burnt to ashes 63 

Savior, breathe an evening bless- 
ing 67 

Scherzino 60 

Schirmer (G.) 

Abend glockchen 30 

Grande polka de concert 7 

Minnesang 31 

Rosenfee 32 

Schwarzwalder (Die) uhr 33 

Spieluhr (Die) 34 

Schmidt (A. P.) At the spring .. 71 

Schwarzwalder uhr 33 

Scott ( H . C. ) San Francisco burnt 

to ashes 63 

8electe<l Czernv studies 42 

Seminary music co. 

At the post 35 

Dolly Madison 4 

Sing we and chant it 48 

Silver, Burdett & co. March song 

of the flag 58 

Skyland 66 

Smuggler king 55 



Snyder (L. C. ) Destruction of San 

Francisco 64 

Song of the sword 23 

Spieluhr 34 

Stern, J. \V., & co. Student (The) 

king 10 

Storia d'amore 46 

Strolling home with Jennie 1 

Student king 10 

Suite from The Conqueror 26 

That game called love 54 

That's the time 37 

Tourist 38 

Trotziges dirndl 16 

Twelve flute solos 12 

Twelve flute solos 68 

Twilight is stealing 47 

Universitv of Wooster. Wooster 

love song 52 

Urbanek (Sikonicek) 

Mfijkonfdek 40 

Valse silhouette 19 

Valse bachique 18 

Valse silhouette 19 

Waldtiiubchen 17 

Webster (J. E. ) co. Fearless and 

brave 70 

When the hether bloomed 65 

White rose 49 

White-Smith music pub. co. Rest, 

Holy child 61 

Woodward (W. ) & co. You look 

so good to me 59 

Wooster love song 52 

You look so good to me 59 

Zwei sonaten 56 



o 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPTRIOHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



prBIJSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

518T CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION. CHAP. 666, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 5 

August 2, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors or titles. 



The Index at the end of the Catalogue includes references to the copyright proprietors and to the 
authors of all the titleK registered in this numlier; in addition, the index includes also references to 
the titles, entr>' being made under the first word of the title. 



Aletter (W.) 

Madchen sind zum kiissen da; heiteres 
lied worte von O. J. Bierbanm, musik 
▼on W. Aletter. Gesang und piano. 
Leipzig, Boe worth & co. 72 

F 5p. 

Copyright by Bosworth (iJbco., Leipzig, 
Germanv. Class C, no. 125373, July 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Ashford (S. L.) 

Closing voluntary; by E. L. Ashford 
for full organ. 78 

Small otgao. Sheet. 

Copyright by Lorenz pub. co. Class 
C, no. 125393, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. 

Communion in G; by E. L. Ash- 
ford [for organ.] ' 74 
Small organ. Sheet. 
Copyright by Lorenz publishing com- 

yany, Dayton, Ohio. Class C, no. 125394, 
uly 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Opening voluntary; by E. L. Ash- 
ford [for organ]. 76 

Small organ, sheet. 

Copyright by Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Clans C, no. 125395, Julv 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Reverie; by E, L. Ashford [for or- 

76 

sheet. 



«an]. 
Small organ 

Copyright bv Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Class C) no. 125392, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906. 

laek to Dixie; song 15y W. H. Ess wood, 
[words and music] Success music 
CO., Chicago. 77 

f° 6p. 

Copyrkjht by AVilliam H. S. Wood. 
Class C, no. 121552, May 17, 1906; 2 c. 
July 14, 1906. 



Beothovon (Lad wig van) 

Pilgrim (A) and a stranger; anthem, 
wordS by Jane Borthwick. German words 
by Paul Gerhardt, music by Ludwig van 
Beethoven adapted and arr. by Wm. 
Dressier. Oliver Ditson company's oct. 
ed. no. 11541. 78 

9 p. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125448, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Blaekbnm (0. A.) 

Jack Sprat; music by G. A. Blackburn 
for chorus of mixed voices. The choral 
handbook, no. 791. London, J. Cur- 
wen & sons, ltd. 79 

8° 8 p. 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London, Eng. Class C, no. 125349, July 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Bohm (Carl) 

Clochettes d'argent; pour piano par 
Carl Bohm, op. 371. 3 morceaux melo- 
diquesno. 3. Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 80 

f« 7p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125421, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Invocation; pour piano par Carl 

Bohm, op. 371. 3 morceaux m^lodi. 
ques no. I.Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

81 

fo 7p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125419, Julv 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Pierrette (I^); sct^ne de danse pour 

piano par Carl Bohm, op. 371. 3 mor- 
ceaux m^lodiques no. 2. Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston. 82 

fo 7 p. 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class 0, no 125420, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

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Bokm (Carl) — Continued. 

Rosetta; fantasie-niazurka for piano- 
forte 4 hands by Carl Bohm, op. 357 no. 
4. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 88 
1° Up. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Maas. Class C, no. 125429, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Braokett (Frank H.) 

Whate'er betides. Thy love abides; 
sacred son^ for high voice, words by John 
W. Chadwick, music by Frank H. Brack- 
ett. Boston, Oliver Diteon company. 84 

f» 7p. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
* ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125450, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

California. Land of sunshine, flow'rs and 

gold; words and music by Harry F. 

AttwooU. Harrv F. AttwooU, 

Santa Cruz, Cal. ' 86 

f° unp. 

Copyright by Harry F. AttwooU, Og- 
den, Utah. Class C, no. 125338, Julv 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. 

Cherry (J. W.) 

Blacksmith (The); part-song arrange- 
ment for mixed voices, words by W. J. 
Robfion, music by J. W. Cherry. The 
choral handbook, no. 788. London, J. 
Curwen & sons, ltd. 86 

8° 8 p. 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London, Eng. Class C, no. 125348, July 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Cobb (Walter) 

President's (The) flag; march by Wal- 
ter Cobb for military band. 87 

8° unp. 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. Class C, no. 125445, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Cole (E. Shirk) 

Twilight; by E. Shirk Cole [for piano.] 
S. Brainard's sons co. Chicago. 88 

f° unp. 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago, 111. Claps C, no. 125375, July 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Constancy; by Frecierick A. Dean arranged 
for violin and piano. Frederick A. 
Dean, Springfield, Mass. 89 

f 6p. 

Copyright by Frederick A. Dean, 
Springfield, Mass. Class C, no. 125409, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 



Could yon forgot; words bv Edna Estelle, 
music by W. Donahoe. Illinois 
music book house, Chicago. 90 

F sp. 

Copyright by Erin S. Roberts, Holly 
Grove, Ark. Class C, no. 125435, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Do Kovon (Beginald) 

Oh promise me; by Reginald De Koven, 
arr. for piano by James ri. Rogers. New 
York, G. Schirhier. 91 

f« 6p. 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125383, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Oh promise me; by Reginald De 

Koven, arr. for violin and piano by 

Paul Th. Miersch. New York, G. 

Soh inner. 98 

f« ftp. 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125382, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Ellis illnstrated music course for music 
teachers, lessons 21-39. 98 

4° 

CoPYRKniT by Effa Ellis. Class A, 
nos. 150672-150690, Julv 12, 1906; 2 c. 
each July 12, 1906. 

Sngolmann (H.) 

Joyful hearts; dance by Hans Eugel- 
mann [for i)iano.] op. 690. Tempo di 
marcia. S. Brainard's sons co. Chicago. 

94 

fo 5 p. 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago, 111. Class C, no. 125377, July 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Mirthful whisperings; schottischeby 

Hans Engelmann [for piano.] op. 
690. S. Brainard's sons co. Chi- 
cago. 96 
f° 5 p. 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago, 111. Claims C, no. 125376, Julv 

13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Svory littlo bit of help's worth a deal of 
pity; written and comiX)8ed by Tom 
Mellor, A If. J. I^wrence and Harrv 
Gifford. London, Charles Sheard & 
CO. 96 

P unp. 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London, P'.ng. Class C, no. 125413, Julv 

14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Fisher (Fred C.) 

Brilliants (Th^); a caprice composed 
by Fred C. Fisher for piano. Whaley, 
Soyce & CO., ltd., Toronto. 97 

F 6 p. 

Copyright by Whaley, Royce & co., 
ltd., Toronto, Ont., Canada. Class C, no. 
125337, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 



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Oedalgo (Andr<) 

Promenade sen timen tale; pour piano 
par Andr^ Gedalge. Enoch & cie. , Paris. 

98 

f» 7p. 

Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris, 
France. Class C, no. 125415, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Oilchriit (W. W.) 

New (The) Jerusalem; sacred song 
with organ or piano ace, biblical text 
from the Revelation hj^mn from the Eng- 
lish confessional, music by W. W. Gil- 
christ, high in C. New York, G. 
Schirmer. 99 

f° 9p. 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125384, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Gnomes (Tho) parade; march character- 
istic by Leo W. Wright for piano. 
Globe music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

100 

F unp. 

Copyright by Leo W. Wright, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125446, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Haines (Herberts.) 

Beauty (The) of Bath; a musical play 
by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton, 
lyrics by Chas. H. Taylor, music by Her- 
oert E. Haines, arr. for pianoforte solo. 
London, Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd. 101 

4° 88 p. 

Copyright by Ascherberg, Hopwood 

6 Crew, ltd. Class C, no. 125416, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Beauty (The) of Bath; lancers by 

Herbert £. Haines for piano. Lon- 
don, Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd. , 101a 

f°. 9 p. 

Copyright by Ascherberg, Hopwood 
A Crew, ltd. Class C, no. 125417, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Hoist the sails, brothers; words by £. 
Louise Umlauf, music by Susan C. 
Umlauf. 102 

Sheet. 

Copyright by Susan C. Umlauf, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Class C, no. 125431, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Holbrooke (Josef). 

I cannot tell; sone, words by Charles 
Kingsley, music by Josef Holbrooke, op. 

7 no. 4. London, Leonard & co. 108 

fo 7p. 

Copyright bv Leonard & co., Ix)ndon, 
England. Cla^ C, no. 125412, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Holihei (Thomas). 

Violinspielers lieblinge hrsgb. von 
Thomas Holzhei band 3, teil 1, Vergnugte 
stunden, teil 2, bei frohlicher stimmung, 
teil 3, hoch soil er leben. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & CO. 104 

f« 17 p. 

Copyright bv Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. Class C. no. 125368, July 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906, 

Honeybee's (The) honeymoon; by Dave 

Reed jr., arr. by W. C. O'Hare for 

female voices. Witmark edition 

no. 361. 105 

Copyright by Marcus Witmark & sons, 

New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125387, 

July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

I'm always the same to yon; words and 
music by Louis Pritzkow. Louis 
Pritzkow, Brooklyn, N. Y. 106 

r 4p. 

Copyright by L. Pritzkow, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 98856, June 23, 1905; 
2 c. July 13. 1906. 

Isle (The) of Bing; words and music by 
Alfr^ G. Chaffee, song from The 
Isle of Bing. 107 

fo 6p. 

Copyright by Alfred G. Chaffee. Class 
C, no. 125408, July 14,1906; 2 c. July 14, 
1906. 

Janotha (Natalie) 

White heather; march by Natalie Ja- 
notha, op. 16. [for piano] London, 
Bosworth & CO. 108 

fo 6p. 

Copyright by Bosworth & co. Leipzig, 
Germany. Class C, no. 125365, July 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Katy did; words and music by Edwin 
McNally Pinney. Doll house pub. 
CO., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 109 

f» 6p. 

Copyright by Edwin McNally Pinney, 
Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. Class C, no. 
125405, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Kitty Carroll ; words and music by Alfred 
G. Chaffee from ** The Isle of Bing." 

110 

1° 6 p. 

Copyright bv Alfred G. Chaffee, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Class C, no. 125407, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Lachner (Vinoenz) 

Fest overture in C; (Turandot). arr. 

for band by Otto Widder, revised by Gus. 

Guentzel. P. S. Gilmore band library 

pub. CO. St. Louis, Mo. Ill 

f° various paging. 

Copyright bv P. S. Gilmore band li- 
brarv pub. co. , St. Louis, Mo. Class C, no. 
118803, Apr. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 



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LadUs (The); song and chorus, words 
and music by Leo. \V. Wright. 
Globe music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

lis 

F unp. 

Copyright by Leo. W. Wright, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Class C, no. 124453, June 
20, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Lawton (J. W.) 

Song album for trombone or baritone 
in bass clef, cornet, tromlx)ne or bari- 
tone in treble clef with piano aco. Com- 
piled and arrange<l by J. W. Lawson. 
Vol. H. Boston, White-Smith music 
pub. CO. 118 

f° 66p. 

Copyright by White-Smith music pub. 
CO., Boston, Mass. Class C, no. 125354, 
July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Lefort (JaUt) 

Id4ale; valse lente by Jules Lefort for 
orchestra, piano conductor. Enoch & 
sons, London. 114 

Copyright bv Knoch & sons, London, 
England. Class C, no. 125414, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Linoke (Paul) 

Schlaraffen-marsch aus Prinze.<?s Rosine; 
von Paul Lincke, blasmusik. Band parts. 

116 

unp. 

Copyright by ApoUo-verlag. Class C, 
no. 125371, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. 

Schlaraffen-marsch aus Prinzess Ro- 
sine; von Paul Lincke, hannoni^- 
musik. Band parts. 116a 
unp. 

Copyright bv A}>ollo-verlag. Class C, 
no. 125372, Julv 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. 

Little girl; words and music by Clarence 
E. Stephens. J. M. Fisher, Ander- ; 
son, Md. 116 

f° 8p. 

Copyright by Clarence E. Stephens, • 
Anderson, Md. * Class C, no. 125404, Julv 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ' ; 

Lottner (H.) 

Fairies* (The) revel; chorus, evolu- | 
tions and tableaux by H. Lottner, in- 
cluding Little fairy waltz for piano by 
Streabbog; and Exj)ression song, German 
air. John Church co. Cincinnati. 117 

f° 5p. I 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- ' 
cinnati, Ohio. Class C, no. 12n374, Julv 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ' . 



Love me and the world it nine; bv Reed 
and Ball, arr. bv W. C. 0*Hare for 
male voices, ^^''itmark edition no. 
356. New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. 118 

fo 4p. 

Copyrkjht by Marcus Witmark & sons, 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125390, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 



for female voices. Witmark edition 

no. 357. New York, M. Witmark 
& sons. 119 

fo 5p. 

Copyright by Marcus Witmark & sons, 
New York, N. Y. Class C, no. 125389, 
July 13, 190(5; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

for mixed voices. Witmark edition 

no. 358. New York, M. Witmark 
& sons. 120 

fo 4p. 

Copyright by Marcus Witmark & sons, 
New York, N. Y. Cla.ss C, no. 125388, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Lullaby (A); words and music by Isaac 
Anderson Loeb. Madson Towne, 
Chicii^o. 121 

f° 5 p. 

Copyright by Isaac Anderson Loeb. 
Class C, no. 125340, Julv 12, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. 

Maunder (J. H.) 

Lil* brack .»*heep; a negro version of the 
ninety and nine; sacred song, music bv 
J. H. Maunder. London, Marshafl 
brothers. 122 

F nnp. 

Copyright bv J. H. Maunder, London, 
Kngland. Class C, no. 125336, July 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

My orange girl; written and composed by 
Alf. J. Lawrence and Harry Gifford. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 128 

fo unp. 

Copyrkjht by Francis, Bay & Hunter, 
London, England. Class (\ no. 125351, 
July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Nevin (Ctoorge B.) 

Saviour, now the day is ending; bene- 
diction hvmn-anthem, words bv Sarah 
Doudney, music by George B. Nevin. 
Oliver bitson company's oct. ed. no. 
11543. 124 

f° 5 p. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson companv, 
Boston, Mass. Class C no. 125447, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 



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Hdlok (AagaBte). 

14 Etudes dl^mentaires; poar violon- 
celle avec accompt. de piano par Auguste 
Noick, op. 139 neft 1. Bosworth a co. 
London. 126 

19 16 p. 

Copyright by Bosworth &co., Leipzig, 
Germany. Class C, no. 125366, July 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

heft 2. Leipzig, Bosworth & 

CO. 126 

f® 15 p. 

Copyright by Bosworth & co. Class 
C, no. 125367, Julv 13, 1906; 2 c. July 
13, 1906. 

O'Connor (C W.) 

Camp Fadette; march and two step by 
C. W. O'Connor, arr. by Fred C. Wight, 
[for orchestra]. 127 

f? unp. 

Copyright by Vogue music pub. co., 
New London, Conn. Clan's C, no. 1 25386, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Only a message firomhome sweet home; in- 
tro.: In Central Park. arr. by T. 
P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus for mando- 
lin orchestra. 128 
t° unp. 

Copyright by Marcus Witrnark & PonH, 
New York, N. Y. Clasn C, no. 125391, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Parry ( Hubert) 

Von edler art; (noble of air) song, 
words and music from a Nuremburg pong 
book of 1549» English words by Paul 
England, music arr. by Hubert Parry. 
Boosev & CO., London. 129 

P 5p. 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London, 
England. Cla.«« C, no. 125346, July 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Peaceful night; song and chorus, words 
by W. E. Savage, music by J. F. 
McGuire. Willis Woodward & 
CO., New York. 130 

P 5 p. 

Copyright bv Willis AVoodward & co.. 
New York, N.' Y. Class C, no. 125451, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Philipp (I.) 

Favorite movements from famous piano 
concertos; edited and lingered witn in- 
tnxiuctory note by I. Philipp. vol. 2. 
John Church company, Cincinnati. 

f° 153 p. 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Class A, no. 150742, Julv 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. " 181 



Queen of my dreams; words and music by 
Alfred G. Chaffee from The Isle of 
Bing. 182 

f° 5p. 

Copyright bv Alfred G. Chaffee, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Class C, no. 125406; July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Baiter (Mary Turner) 

O Lord of life; sacred song with niano 
or organ ace, words and music by Mary 
Turner Salter, high in F. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 188 

f° 5 p. 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125385, Julv 13, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 12, 1906. 

I w » 

Baiter (Bumner) 

Come, Holy Spirit, come; sacred song 
for high voice with org&n ace, words by 
Joseph Hart. New York, G. Schirmer. 

184 

fo 7p. 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York, 
N. Y. Class C, no. 125381, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Ban Franoisco*s sad disaster; words by 

Chas. E. Rogers, music by John 

Martin. Illinois music book 

house, Chicago. 186 

f° 4 p. 

Copyright bv Chas. E. Rogers, Fond 
du Lac, Wis. Class C, no. 125436, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Sehytt^ (Ludwig) 

Beim liindlichenreigen; fiir das piano- 
forte von Ludwig Schytt^, op. 143. Mu- 
sikalische erinnerungen no. 2. Arthur 
P. Schmidt, Boston. 186 

F 5p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125423, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Bootfahrt im mondenschein (moon- 
light barcarole) fiir das pianoforte 
von Ludwig Schytt^, op. 143. Mu- 
si kalische erinnerungen no. 4. Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt, Boston. 187 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Ma.««. Class C, no. 125425, Julv 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Fliichtlin^ ( Der ) ; fiir das pianoforte 

von Ludwig Schylt^, op. 143. Mu- 
si kalinche erinnerungen no. 7. Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt, Boston. 188 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mai«8. Class C, no. 125428, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 



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BthjtU (Ladwig) — Continued. 

Im zif^Qnerla$;er; fiir das piano- 
forte von Ludwig Schytt^, op. 143. 
Mueikalische erinnerungen no. 1. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 189 
F 5p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125422 Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Sturmwetter; (A stormy day) fiir 

das pianoforte von Ludwig SchytU!', 
op. 143. Musikalische erinnerungen 
no. 3. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

140 

19 6p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125424, Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Wettrennan (Das); At the race, 

fiir das pianoforte von Ludwig Schytt^, 
op. 143. Musikalische erinnerungen 
no. 5. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

141 

fo 5p. 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125426, Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Wolkenzug; (Floating clouds) fiir 

das pianoforte von Ludwig Schytte, op. 
143. Musikalische erinnerungen no. 6. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 142 

f> 5p. 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Class C, no. 125427, Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14. 1906. 

Smithtonian march and two step (for or- 
chestra) by Roland G. Bender. 
Will. H. Smith & son, Dixon, 111. 

148 

fo unp. 

Copyright bv Will H. Smith & son, 
Dixon, 111. Clfiuss C, no. 125380, Jul. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 

Boul of tho Soath; march-two step by H. 
B. Criswell, op. 11 for piano. Will 
A. W^atkin music co., Dallas, Tex. 

144 

fo 5 p. 

Copyright by Will A. Watkins <& H. B. 
Criswell, Dalla.s, Tex. Cla*s C, no. 
125403, Jul. 14, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Swastika; march -two step by Flora K. 
Busby. Willard B. Lav, Denver, 
Colo. 146 

fo 5 p. 

Copyright by Flora V>. Busby, Denver, 
Colo. Class C, no. 125398, June 22, 1900; 
2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 



Binle (Jotopk) 

Mazurka; pour violin avec accomp. de 
piano par Joseph Szule. Ries & Erler 
k Berlin. 146 

P lip. 

Copyright by Ries & Erler, Berlin, 
Germany. Class C, no. 125369, Jul. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 

Toun (Berthold) 

Stars of the summer night; part song 
for men's voices, words by H. VV. Long- 
fellow, music by Berthold Tours, arr. by 
W. G. Owst. ' Oliver Ditsoncompanv'a 
oct. ed. no. 11532. 147 

f° 5 p. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson company, 
Boston, Mas.s. Class C, no. 125449, Jul. 
14, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Tonri (Frank S.) 

C'est moi; words by Percy Green bank, 
music by Frank E. Tours. London, 
Ascherl^erg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 148 

fo 5 p. 

Copyright bv Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd. Class C, no. 125418, Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Vomer (H. C.) 

Out in the night I heard a voice; sacred 
, song by H. C. Verner. S. Brainard*s 
: sons CO. Chicago. 149 

I fo 7p. 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago, 111. Class C, no. 125378, Jul. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 

WoBton (H. BargoBs). 

Song of the North; words by Walter C. 
Smith, music by H. Burgess Weston. 
Boosey & co., London. 160 

£° 8 p. 

Copyright bv Boosev <fe co., London, 
England. Class C, noJ 125347, Jul. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 12, 1906. 

When Sninmor skies are blue; words by H. 

S. Livingstone, music by Chauncey 

Haines. Vaux music co., Detroit, 

Mich. 161 

f° 5p. 

Copyright by Vaux mus. co., Detroit, 
Mich. Class C,* no. 125353, Jul. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Jul. 12, 1906. 

When up in Maine the apple blosBoms blow; 

words bv [..eslie ulare Manchester, 

.music by Stanley Mead South worth. 

Leslie Clare Manchester, Lvons, 

Ohio. * 162 

f° 3p. 

('opyright by Leslie Clare Manchester, 
Lvons, Ohio. "Class C, no. V2o'M4; Jul. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 12, 1906. 



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Wind! that earry from East to Wett; words 
and air by Laura Hope Fisher, arr. 
by Howard Vemer. Illinois music 
book house Chicago. 168 

f« 6 p. 

Copyright by Laura Hope Fisher, Wal- 
pole, Mass. Class C, no. 125434, Jul. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Jul. 14, 1906. 

Toon forever; waltzes by Chas. M. Hat- 
terslev. [for piano.] Trenton, 
N. J. " Chas. M. Hattersley. 164 

P 9p. 

Copyright bv Chas. M. Hattersley, 
Trenton, N. J. 'Class C, no. 125360, Jul. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 

ZerleU (J. B.) 

Wailfahrt (Die) nach Kevlaar; gecl. von 
H. Heine fiir declamation mit beglietung 



Zerlett (J. B.) — Continued, 
von streichorchester oder Klavier, com- 
ponirt von J. B. Zerlett, op. 254. Klavier- 
auszug. Leipzig, J. Rieter-Bieder- 

mann. 166 

fo 7p. 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig, (iermany. Class C, no. 125370, 
Jul. 13, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 13, 1906. 

Zing (The) ta-ra-ra band ; written by Bert 
Delmar, composed by George Burton. 
Monte Carlo publishing co., London. 

166 

f 3p. 

Copyright by Monte Carlo publishing 
CO., London, Eng. Class C, no. 125397, 
Jul. 14, 1906; 2 c. Jul. 9, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 , 14,22S 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

This index contains the names of the authors and copyright proprietors of all the 
titles repstered in this number; following each authors or proprietor's name is the 
title registered by him. The index includes also all titles registered in this number, 
indexed under tfie first word of the title. 

Xlie Figures refer to tlie Heairy-faced Numbers follonrlntf tlie Titles In tlie 

Catalojpoe. 



Aletter (W.) Madchen sind zum 

kussen 72 

Apollo-verlag. Schlaraffen 115 

Aficherberg, Hopwood & Crew: 

Beautvof Bath 101 

C'estmoi 148 

Ashford (E. L.): 

Closing voluntary' 73 

Communion in G 74 

Opening voluntary 75 

Reverie 76 

AttwooU ( H. F. ) California 85 

Back to Dixie 77 

Beauty of Bath 101 

Beethoven ( L. v. ) Pilgrim ( A) . . 78 

Beim landlichen reigen 136 

Bender, R. G. Smithsonian 

march 143 

Blackburn (G. A.) Jack Sprat.. 79 

Blacksmith (The) 86 

Bohm (C): 

Clochettes d'argent 80 

Invocation 81 

Pierrette 82 

Roeetta 83 

Boosey & co. : 

Song of the north 150 

Vone<llerart 129 

Bootfahrt im mondenschein 137 

Bosworth & CO. : 

Madchen sind zum ktissen 72 

Violinspieler^s lieblinge 104 

White heather 108 

14 etudes ^l^mentaires 125 

Brackett (F. H.) Whate'er be- 
tides 84 

Brainard's (S. ) sons co. : 

Joyful hearts 94 

Mirthful whisperings 95 

Out in the night 149 

Twilight 88 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel. President's 

flag 87 

Brilliants (The) 97 

Burton ( G, ) Zing-ta-ra-la 156 

Busby (F. E. ) Swastika 145 

Oalifomia 85 

CampFadette 127 

C'estmoi 148 



Chaffee (A. G.): 

Isle of Bing 107 

Kitty Carroll 110 

Queen of mv dreams 132 

Cherry ( J. W.) blacksmith 86 

Church (J.) CO.: 

Fairies revel 117 

Favorite movements 131 

Clochettes d'argent 80 

Closing voluntary 73 

Cobb ( W. ) President's flag 87 

Cole (E. S.) Twilight 88 

Come holy spirit come 134 

Communion in G 74 

Constancy 89 

Could vou forget 90 

CriswelKH.B.) Soul of the South. 144 
Curwen (J.) & sons. Blacksmith 

(The) 86 

Curwen (J.) & sons, ltd. Jack 

Sprat 79 

Dean (F. A.) Constancy 89 

DeKoven(R. ) Oh promise me.. 91 

Donahoe(W.) Could you forget. 90 

Ditson (O.): 

Pilgrim (A) 78 

Saviour, now the day is ending. 124 

Stars of the summer night 147 

Whate'er betides 84 

Dressier ( W.) Pilgrim (A) 78 

Ellis( E. ) Illustrated musiccourse. 93 

Ellis illustrated music course 93 

Enoch & sons. Ideale 114 

Enoch & cie. Promenade senti- 

mentale 98 

Engelmann (IL): 

Joyful hearts 94 

Mirthful whisi>ering8 95 

Esswood (W. n.) Back to Dixie. 77 

Every little bit m 

Fairie's revel 117 

Favorite movements 131 

Fest overture in C Ill 

Fisher (F. (..) Brilliants 97 

Fisher ( L. H . ) Winds that carrv . 153 

Fliichtling (Der) ". -• 138 

Francis, Day & Hunter. My 

orange girl 123 

I 



II 



INDEX 



Gedalge (A.) Promenade eenti- 

nienrale 98 

Gilchrist (W. W.) New Jerusa- 
lem 99 

Gilmore (P. S.) band library pub. 

CO. Fest overture Ill 

Gnomes (The) parade 100 

Guentzel (Gus). Fest overture. . . Ill 

Haines (H. E.) Beauty of Bath . 101 
Haines (C. ) When summer skies 

are blue 151 

Hattersley (C. M.) Yours for- 
ever 154 

Hoist the sails brothers 102 

Holbrooke (J.) I cannot tell 103 

Holzhei(T.) Violinspieler's lieb- 

linge 104 

Honeybees honeymoon 105 

Icannottell ../. 103 

I*m alwavs the same to you 106 

Id^ale..". 114 

Im zigeunenlager 139 

Invocation 81 

Isleof Bing 107 

Jack Sprat .* 79 

Jonatha ( N. ) White heather 108 

Jovful hearts 94 

Katydid 109 

Kitty Carroll 110 

Lachner ( V. ) Fest overture Ill 

Ladies (The) 112 

Lawrence (A. J.) & Gifford (H.) 

My orange girl 123 

Lawson (J. W. ) Song album 113 

Lefort(J.) IdMe 114 

Leonard & co. I cannot tell 103 

Lir brack sheep 122 

Lincke(P. ) Schlaraffen 115 

Little girl 116 

Loeb(l. A.) Lullaby 121 

Lorenz pub. co. : 

Closing voluntary 73 

Communion in G 74 

Opening voluntary 75 

Reverie 76 

Lottner ( H. ) Fairies revel 117 

Love me and the world is mine. 118 

Lullabv(A) 121 

McGuire (J. F.) Peaceful night. 130 

Madchen sind zum kiissen da 72 

Manchester (L. C. ) When up in 

Maine 152 

Martin (J.) San Francisco's sad 

disaster 135 

Maunder ( J. H.) Lil' brack sheep. 122 

Mazurka 146 

Mellor (T.), Lawrence (A. J.) & 

Gifford (H.) Every little bit. 96 

Miersch (P. T.) Oh promise me. 92 

Mirthful whis{)eriug« 95 

MonteCarlopub. CO. Zing-ta-ra-la. 156 

M y orange girl 123 

New (The) .Jerusalem 99 

Nevin (G. B.) Saviour, now the 

day is ending 124 



Nolck (A.) 14 Etudes ^l^men- 

taires 125 

O Lord of life 133 

0'Hare(W. C): 

Honeybee's honey moon 105 

Love me 118 

O'Connor (C.W.) CampFadette. 127 

Oh promise me 92 

Only a message from home sweet 

home 128 

Opening voluntary 75 

Out in the night I heard a voice . . 149 
Owst (W. G.) Stars of the sum- 
mer night 147 

Parry (H.) Vonedlerart 129 

Peaceful n igh t 1 30 

Philipp(l.) Favorite movements. 131 

Pierrette (La.) 82 

Pilgrim ( A) and a stranger 78 

Pinney ( E. McN. ) Katy did 109 

President's (The) flag 87 

Pritzkow (L.) I'm always the 

same 106 

Promenade sentimentale 98 

Queen of my dreams 132 

Reed (D.) Honeybee's honey- 
moon ,105 

Reed & Ball. Love me 118 

Ries & Erier. Mazurka 146 

Rieter-Biedermann (J.) Wall- 

fahrt nach Kevlaar 156 

Reverie 76 

Roberts ( E. S. ) Could you forget. 90 
Rogers (C. E.) San Francisco's 

sad disaster 135 

Rogers (J. H.) Oh promise me.. 91 

Rosetta 83 

Salter ( M. T. ) Lord of life. ... 133 

Salter (S. ) Come, Holy Spirit. . . 134 

San Francisco's sad disaster 135 

Saviour, now the day is ending. . . 124 

Schirmer (G.): 

Come, Holy Spirit 134 

O Lord of life 133 

Oh promise me 91 

New Jerusalem 99 

Schlaraffen-marsch 115 

Schmidt (A. P.): 

Beim landlichen reigen 136 

Bootfahrt 137 

Clochettes d'aqient 80 

Fluchtling (Der) 138 

Im zigeunerlager 139 

Invocation 81 

Pierrette 82 

Rosetta 83 

Sturm wetter 140 

Wettrennen (Das) 141 

Wolkenzug 142 

SchytU^ (L.): 

Beim liindlichen reigen 136 

Bootfahrt 137 

Fluchtling (Der) 138 

Im zigeunerlager 1 39 

Stunnwetter 140 



INDEX 



III 



Schytt^ (L.)--Continued. 

Wettrennen (Das) 141 

Wolkenzug 142 

Sheard (C. ) A co. Every little bit 

of helps 96 

Smith ( W. H.) A son. Smithson- 
ian march 143 

Smithsonian march 143 

Song album 113 

Sonc of the North 1 50 

Soulof the South 144 

South worth (S. M.) When up in 

Maine 152 

Stars of the Summer night 147 

Stephens ( C. E. ) Little girl 116 

Sturmwetter 140 

Swastika 145 

Szule (J. ) Mazurka 146 

Tours (B.) Stars of the summer 

night 147 

Tours ( F. E. ) C'est-moi 148 

Trinkaus (T. P. & G. J.) Only a 

message 128 

Twilight 88 

Umlauf (S. C. ) Hoist the sails ... 102 
Vaux mus. co. When summer 

skies are blue 151 

Vemer ( H. ) Winds that carry . . 153 

Verner (H. C. ) Out in the night. 149 

Violinspieler's lieblinge 104 

Vogue music pub. co. Camp Fa- 

dette 127 

Von edler art 129 



Wallfahrt (Die) nach Kevlaar. ... 155 
Watkins (W. A.) & Criswell (H. 

B.) Soul of the South 144 

Weston (H. B.) Song of the 

North 150 

Wettrennen (Das) 141 

Widder (O. ) Fest overture Ill 

Wight ( F. C, ) Camp Fadette .... 127 
W^inds that can*y from East to 

West 153 

Wltmark (M.) & sons: 

Honeybee's honeymoon 105 

Love me 118 

Only a message 128 

W^haley, Royce & co. Brilliants . 97 

What e*er betides Thy love abides. 84 

When Summer skies are blue 151 

White heather march 108 

White-Smith music pub. CO. Song 

album 113 

Wolkenzug *. 142 

Wood (W. H. S. ) Back to Dixie. 77 
W'oodward (W\) & co. Peaceful 

night 130 

Wright (L. W.): 

Gnomes parade 100 

Ladies (The) 112 

Your*s forever waltzes 154 

Zerlett (J. B.) Wallfahrt nach 

Kevlaar 155 

Zing-ta-ra-ra band 156 

14 Etudes ^l^mentaires heft 1 and 

2. (2nos.) 125 







LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPTBieHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION. CHAP. 605, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 6 

August 9, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alohabetically by authors (composers) or titles. The imprint is given in 
the title only if the publisher and copyright proprietor are not identical. 



The Index at the end of the Catalogue includes references to the copyright proprietors and to the 
authon of all the titlOM rcffistered in this numl^er; in addition, the index includes also references to 
the titles, entry being made under the first word of the title. 



To save space the copyright noUce after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title. ■ 
no. 



^^/**^*' *5® copyngnt nouce aiier eacn iiiie is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
e. if printed in full, would read, '* Copyright by Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mam. Class C, XXc. 
125087, July 7, 1906; 2 copies received July 7, 1906." 



AdTenturer (The) march; by £. C. Rams- 
dell, for military band. 167 
8° unp. 

£rne$«t S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
125087, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Albenii (T.) 

Merlin; drame en trois actes, texte 
anglais et version fran9ai8e de Maurice 
Kufferath, musique de T. Albeniz, par- 
tition pour chant et piano. First part of 
Kin^ Arthur, a trilogy of lyrical dramas 
founded on the "Morte d' Arthur** of 
Sir Thomas Malory by Francis Coutts. 
Vocal score. Paris Edition Mutuelle. 

168 

fo 298 p. 

T. Albeniz, Paris, France. C 125183, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Am I readj for Hit eall; music by Ralph 
Killingsworth 169 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124320, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

America; national hymn, words by S. S. 
Smith, music by Frank W. Lawrence. 

160 

leaf 

F. W^. Lawrence, East Orange, N. J. 
C 124837, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Ameriean (The) Tietory; march and two 
step by C. H. French for piano. 
Pioneer music pub. CO., Chicago. 161 
F 6p. 

C. H. French, United States. C 124891, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Are yon waitiiig; music by A. B. Sebren 

162 

leaf 

Arthur B. Sebren, Spring Hill, La. C 
124370, Jane 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Are yon within the ark; music by J. H. 
Sheppard. ' 168 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco & Chilton, Tex. C 124291, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Am panti the hart; anthem, words by 
Henry F. Ly te, music by E. S. Lorenz. 

164 

8° p. 106-109. 

Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 
124946, July 5, 1906; 2 c' July 5, 1906. 

At fall tilt; polka brilliante, bv A. Van 
Raalte, ed. by P. W, Orem for piano. 

166 

P 5p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125040, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

At the little rnitic bridge down by the 
•tream; words by Henry Howard 
Ohlsen, music by Chas. Leischner jr. 

166 

r> 5p. 

Willis Woodward & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 125036, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Antoerat waltiei; by R. H. Unterdorfel 
and Wm. H. Marland, for piano. 
Elite music CO., Hoi yoke, Mass. 167 

fo 7p. 

Richard H. Unterdorfel, Holyoke, 
Mass. C 125192, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Awake, mj lonl; women's voices, by Car- 
rie B. Adams. 168 

sheet. 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
125331, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

69 



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BarUett (Homer H.) 

Andante; suite for the organ by Homer 
N. Bartlett, op. 205 no. 3. 169 

Pip. 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 

125199, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Chorale; suite for the organ by Homer 
N. Bartlett, op. 205 no. 1. 170 

F 8p. 
G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

125197, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Douglas, tender and true; song with 
piano accompaniment for high voice in G. 
words anon., music by Homer N. Bart- 
lett. 171 

t9 6p. I 

G. Schirmer. New York, N. Y. C 
125202, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Finale; suite for the organ by Homer 
N. Bartlett, op. 205 no. 4. 178 

F lip. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

125200, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Introduction and scherzo; suite for the 
organ by Homer N. Bartlett op. 205 
no. 2. 178 

f9 10 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

125198, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Be joyful; anthem, music by L. O. Em- 
erson. 174 

8o p. 188-192, 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124948, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Beantifal eity; music by T. Park Burt. 

176 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Henslev, 
Wac-o, Tex. C 124338, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Beautifal (The) eity of Ban Franoiioo; song 
by Henry Spear. Succeds music co. 
Chicago. 176 

fo .5 p. 

H. Spear, United States. C 125000, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Beyond the dark eea ; music bv J. P. Lane. 

177 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124301, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Bill Simmone, Tve got to danoe 'til the 

band gets through; by G. A. Spink, 

arr. by T. P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus, 

for mandolin orchei^tra. 178 

(9 unp. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 124876, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 



Bleiiing (The); words by G. R. H. Chell, 
music by M. B. McDerinond. Pio- 
neer music pub. co. Chicago. 179 

fo 6p. 

G. R. H. Chell and M. B. McDermond, 
Uniteii States. C 124892, July 5, 1906; 
2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Bright 4 beantifal mantioni; music by 
J. P. Lane. 180 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124342, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Brightwell (Edward) 

Reverie du soir; for violin solo with 
pianoforte ace. 181 

F 9p. 

E. Ascherberg & co., London, England. 
C 124864. July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Broken bite; a buck two step, by H. W. 
Sinn, for orchestra. 188 

8° unp. 

Clyde Edgar Sinn, Chicago, 111. C 
124840, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

California (The) earthquake; song by Mrs. 
Walter Stock well. Success music 
CO. Chicago. 188 

F 4p. 

Mrs. W. Stockwell. C 124974, July 5, 
1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Call for workers; music by J. H. Shep- 
pard. 184 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco, Tex. C 120173, Apr. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Calm on Galilee; anthem, words by 
Emma Post, music by H. W. Porter. 

186 

89 p. 99-105. 

Lorenz publishing com pan v, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124952, July 5, 1906'; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Camp Fadette; march two step by C. W. 
0' Conner for piano. 186 

F 5 p. 

Vogue music pub. co.. New London, 
Conn. C 125242, Julv 10, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Campbell (Bradford) 

Ix)rd (The) is my shepherd; hymn- 
anthem, words from Scottish hymnal. 
Choir journal no. 181«. 187 

8<> 8 p. 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125043, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 



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Captain (The) from the 10th brigade; words 
and xnnsic by Wm. C. Henderson. 
Willia Woodward & co., New York. 

188 

fo 5 p. 

W. C. Henderson, Brooklyn, N. J. C 
125033, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Captivatin' Bne; words by Wm. B. Fried- 
lander, music by Chas. E. Mullen. 

189 

P unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 125048, 
July 6, .906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Certain (A) little girl; words by Arthur 
Lamb; mufdc by Alfred Murdoch. 

190 

f* unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125236, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 

Ghaminade (C.) 

2 « gavotte; pour piano, op. 121 . Paris, 
Enocn & cie. 191 

fo 7p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125011, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Ghanaon de Mariette; duette by G. Bach- 
mann, ed. by P. W. Orem, for piano. 

192 

r> 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125042, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Chriat ia m j leader; music bv W. J. Graves. 

193 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124340, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Chriatmaa greeting; music by B. B. Ed- 
miaston. 194 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean & Bernard B. Ed- 
miaston, Waco, Tex., and Hollis, Okla. 
C 124350, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

City (The) sleeping: song by Charles Davis. 
Success music co., Chicago. 196 

f° 5 p. 

C. Davie, United States. C 125003, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Claim (The); three step, by F. W. Hobbs 
for piano. Pioneerinusicpub. co., 
Chicago. 196 

fo 5p. 

F. W. Hobbs, United States. C 124894, 
Jaly 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

ding to the oroaa; music by Joseph K. 
Schoate. 197 

leaf. 

Emmett Sidnev Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124362, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Clnstering memories; romance for piano, 
by T. P. Ryder. 198 

P 7p. 

VVhite-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. In renewal' for 14 
years from Sept. 17, 1906. C 125127, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Coleridge-Taylor (8.) 

Eastern dance, from the music to Ste- 
phen Phillip's play Nero; composed by S. 
Coleriilge-Taylor, violino primo. 199 

f° 3p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Enj?- 
land. C 125138, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 



violino gecondo. 



800 



fo 8p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125139, July 9, 1906; 2 c July 9, 
1906. 



viola. 



801 



f° Sp. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125140, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 



'cello. 



808 



f° 3p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125141 , July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 



basso. 



808 



fo 3p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125142, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

First entr'acte '*Nero;" from the 

music to Stephen Phillip's drama Nero, 
composed by S. Coleridge-Taylor arr. for 
violin and piano. Score & parts. 204 
4° 14 p. & 6 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125143, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violino primo. 805 

fo 7p. 

Novello & CO., limited, ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125149, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violino secondo. 806 

P 4 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125150, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

viola. 807 

fo 4p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125151, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



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Coleridge-Tajlor (8.) — Continued. 
*cello. 



208 



r> 4p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125152, July 9, 1906; 2 c. Jnly 
9, 1906. 



baeso. 



809 



f° 8p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125153, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Intermezzo, singing girl's chorus, 

from the music to Stephen Phillip's 



►lay Nero; composed by S.CoIeridge- 

fo 3p. 



play JN ere 
Taylor, v 



iolino primo. 



810 



Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125144, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



violino secondo. 



811 



fo 2 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125145, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



viola. 



818 



fo 3p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125146, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



'cello. 



818 



£° 8 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125147, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



basso. 



814 



fo 3 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Tendon, Eng- 
land. C 125148, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Prelude from the music to Stephen 

Phillip's play Nero; composed by S. 
Coleridge-Taylor, violino primo. 816 

fo 6 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125159, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



Coleridgo-Taylor (B.)— Continued. 
'cello. 



81S 



F 4p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125162, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9. 1906. 



basso. 



819 



f° 4p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125163, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Proi'essional march, from the music 



to Stephen Phillips's play Nero; com- 
posed by S. Coleridge-Taylor, violino 
primo. 820 

f° 2p. 

Novello <& CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125154, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



violino secondo. 



881 



f° 2 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125155, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

viola. 



f« 2p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125156, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violoncello. 888 

P 8p. 

Novello & CO., limite<l, London, Eng- 
land. C 125157, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



basso. 



884 



violino secondo. 



816 



fo 4p. 

Novello & CO., limite<i, London, Eng- 
land. C 125160, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



viola. 



817 



f° 4 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125161, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



fo 3p. 

Novello & CO., limited, Ixmdon, Eng- 
land. C 125158, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Come home; chorus & music by Chaa. 
Edw. Pollock. 885 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley , 
Waco, Tex. C 124311. June 26, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 9, 1906. 

Come to the Bavioar; music by Carlton 
Bradshaw. 886 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124330, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Come to the Savioar; music by D. A. 
Faubus. 887 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waeo, Tex. C 124323, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 



MUSICAL COSIPOSITIONS 



78 



Come with all your wants and woonds; 
music by Emmett 8. Dean. 228 

leaf. 

E. S. Dean, Waco, Tex. 124361 , June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Comforter 4 guide; music by J. D. Vernon. 

229 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124310, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Jaly 9, 1906. 

Concone (J.) 

Concone's 40 exercises for contralto, 
baritone and bass, as songs with words 
including tonic sol-fa notation; words by 
Leslie Gordon. 230 

f«> Wp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125070, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 
1906. 

Cowen (Frederio H.) 

May pole dance; suite of old English 
dances no. 1, violino primo. 281 

fo 4 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125133, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 



violino secondo. 



232 



f« 3 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125176, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 



viola. 



238 



F 8p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125172, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



violoncello. 



234 



f° 8p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125168, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



basso. 



285 



F 2p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125164, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Minuet d' amour; suite of old English 
dances no. 3. violino primo. 886 

P P.8A9. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125135, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violino secondo. 237 

19 P.8&9. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125178, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



Cowen (Frederio H.) — Continued. 
viola. 238 

fo P.7&8. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125174, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



violoncello. 



289 



f*> p. 7<fe8. 

Novello &Ico., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125170, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

basso. 240 

f° p. 5. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125166, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Old dance with variations; suite of old 
English dances no. 4. violino primo. || 

241 

f9 p. 10-16. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125136, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



violino secondo. 



242 



19 p. 10-16. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125179, July 9, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
9, 1906. 

viola. 248 

f° p. 9-14. 

Novello & CO. , limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125175, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violoncello. 244 

19 p. 9-14. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125171, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

basso. 245 

19 p. 6-10. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125167, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Peasant's dance; suite of old English 
dances no. 2, com]308ed by Frederic H. 
Cowen. violino primo. 246 

f° p. 5-7. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125134, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

violino secondo. 247 

fo p. 6-7. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125177, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

viola. 248 

fo p. 4-6. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125173, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OP COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Cowan (Frederie H.)— Continued. 
violoncello. 849 

t° p. 4-6. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125169, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9. 1906. 



basso. 



250 



F p. 8^4. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125165, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Cranmer (E. L. ) 

Abide with me; solo, duet and quar- 
tette. 251 

8° 4 p. 

Theodore Presser, Phila, Pa. C 124922, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

OroM (The); music by Emmett S. Dean. 

252 

leaf. 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124359, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Daisy walti; by Anna Bucknam for piano. 
Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago. 263 
r 8p. 

A. Bucknam, United States. C 124890, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Dance among the leaves; by Frederick A. 
Williams, op. 57, no. 2, for piano. 

264 

fo 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124924, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Dark is my pathway; music by A. L. 
Reed. 265 

leaf. . 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 109778, Dec. 18, 1905; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Dawn of love; valse by H. A. WMlliams, 
for piano. 266 

F 7p. 

Theodore Pres.ser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125084, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Dear old state of Indiana; song by Geo. A. 
Totten. Succepp music co. Chicago. 

267 

P 5p. 

G. A. Totten, United States;. C 124994, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Death at dawn of day; song by ^fr^*. H. 
Pleasants McDaniel. Success mu- 
sic CO., Chicago. 268 
P 5 p. 

Mrs. H. P. McDaniel, United States. 
C 124976, Julv 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Death oame at dawn; song by Elsie Sebe- 
list. Success music co. 859 

fo 5p. 

E. Sebelist, United States. C 124968, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Death oame at dawn; song, by Mrs. J. C. 
E<ider. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 860 
f> 6p. 

Mrs, J. C. Edder, United States. G 
125007, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Death oomes at dawn; song by Jennie H. 
Braydon. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 261 

r 6p. 

J. H. Bravdon, United States. C 125002, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Death thro' the oity stalked; son^jby Emer^ 
R. Clark. Success mut^ic co., Chi- 
cago. 262 
r> 5p. 

E. R. Clark, United States. C 125009, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

del Hiego (Teresa) 

Thranen; (O dry those tears) lied fur 
eine singstimmerait begleitung des piano- 
forte deutscher text von Paul Grossmann. 

268 

F 5 p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125019, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Densa (L.) 

Fair daffodils; trio or chorus for wouq- 
en'a voices. G. Schiriner's collection of 
part songs and choruses no. 4689. 264 

8° 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

124867, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

How can I forget you ; duet or cho- 
rus for women's voices. G. Schir- 
mer's collection of part songs and 
choruses no. 4710. 266 
8° 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
124869, July 5, 190(5; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Nights of music; trio or chorus for 

women's voices. G. Schirmer's col- 
lection of part songs and choruses no. 
4600. 266 

8° 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 

124868, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Destruction (The) of San Francisco; song 
by L. C. Nofsker. Success music 
CO., Chicago. 267 

P 6p. 

L. C. Nopker, United States. C 124998, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



76 



D'lndy (Yiaoent) 

Joar d'^t^ k la montagne; pour orches- 
tre, op. 61. 868 

19 111 p. 

A. Durand <fe fils, Paris, France. C 
124822, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Dia awfal faoe of mine; song by Scott 
White. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 209 

f° 5p. 

S. White, United States. C 124977, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Do not forget me: words and music by M. 
Louise Strobel. Illinois music book 
house, Chicago. 270 

!• 3p. 

M. L. Strobel, Pittsburg, Pa. C 124872, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Don't do tkat; by Detzel and Losey, arr. 
for orchestra of nine pts. and piano 
by F. H. Losey. 271 

99 unp. 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. 0125129, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 15K)6. 

Don^t Bay goodbye to me; words and music 
by Florence Vorseller. 272 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, HI. 
124913, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Doomed by the Golden Gate; son^ by Chas. 
H. Youngs. Success music co. Chi- 
cago. 278 

fo op. 

C. H. Youngs, United Staten. C 
124969, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Doomed Ban Franeieeo; song by Jacob 
Huhn. Succen? music co. Chicago. 

274 

P 5p. 

J. Huhn, United States. C 124999, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Doit (Badolf). 
Humoreske; fiir piano, op. 23. 275 

fo 7p. 

Rteingraber verlag, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 1250(56, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Dwelling with JesQi; music by Casa H. 
Carr. 276 

leaf. 

£mmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124328, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Earth (The) trembled^ song by ^frs. Gus 

Donald. Success music co., Chi- 

ci^;o. 277 
r 5p. 

Mrs. G. Donald, United States. C 
124984, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Bden echoes; music by Emmett S. Dean. 

278 

leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & James B. Franklin, 
Waco, Tex., and Mart, Tex. C 124364, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Emblem (The) of America; words and 
music by Melvina Siegfried. Geo. 
Jaberg music co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

279 

fo 3p. 

Mel. Siegfried, Missouri Valley, Iowa. 
C 125101, July 7, liK)6; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Eyelyne; song by Margaret £. Seeley. 
Success music co., Chicago. 280 

fo 5 p. 

M. E. Seelev. C 124981, July 5, 1906; 
2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Evenixig hymn romance; by W. Martin 
Davids, for piano. 281 

f> 3p. 

J. W. Jenkin's sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 125027, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

Evening prayer; music by B. R. Edmias- 
ton. 282 

leaf. 

f^mmett S. Dean & Bernard B. Edmias- 
ton, Waco, Tex., & Mollis?, Okla. C 
124346, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Ever will I believe thee tme; words by 
Geo. E. Rowland, arr. bv R. Oliver 
Ehrey. ' 283 

f° 5 p. 

Pioneer mu.«iic publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124918, July 5, 1906;'2 
c. July 5, 1906. 

Every daddy*i girlie is the beet in the world; 
written and composed by Geoi^e A. 
Stevens. 284 

t° unp. 

Francis, Day and Hunter, London, 
England. C 125072, Julv 7, lfi06; 2 c. 
July 7, 1^K)6. 

Fairy whiipers; by N. Martin Davids, for 
piano. 286 

fo 5p. 

J. W. Jenkin's sons' music co., Kansas 
Citv, Mo. C 125031, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Juiie 11, im)6. 

Falling (The) itar; march and two step, 
by Raymond Taylor, for ))iano. 286 
f° s'p. 

R. M. Tavlor, Canton, Ohio. C 125109, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Farewell love; words and music by Wil- 
lard Spenser. 287 

fo 7 p. 

W\ Spenser, Wayne, Pa. C 116799, 
Mar. 30, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Fate (The) of tke eleepiiiff oity; son^ by O. 
P. Shenefelt. Success music co., 
Chicago. 288 

0. P. Shenefelt, United States. C 
124967, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Fear thou not; anthem, music by Ira B. 
Wilson. 889 

p. 1^8-202. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
124964, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Ferny Dell mainrka; by N. Martin Davids, 
for piano. 890 

fo 5p. 

J. W. Jenkin's sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 125026, June 11, 1900; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

Field ( J. T.) 
O praise the Lord; anthem. 891 

fo 8p. 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 124826, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Fifty years ago; for soprano or tenor, by 
Thomas O'Neill. 892 

fo 6p. 

Theodore Prenper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125083, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Fisher (Charles R.) 

Chanson nuptiale; for piano. Lon- 
don, VVeekes & co. 298 

fo 5 p. 

C. R. Fisher. C 126106, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 190rt. 

Fishing in the Osarks; words and music by 
J. Breckenridge Ellis. 294 

fo 6p. 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis, Mo. C 
125115, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Fort Dee Moinei; march two step by A. 
Perwtjin. Marsh music house, 
Decorah, Iowa. 295 

fo 5p. 

B. O. Marsh, Decorah, Iowa. C 
124693, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. 

Fredericks (Julian) 

Army pageant march. 296 

P> 7p. 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 124825, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Marche orientale. 297 

f° 5p. 

Metzler & co., ltd., Ix)ndon, England. 
C 124823, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Marche populaire. 298 

f° 7p. 

Mttaler & co., ltd., London, England. 
C 124824, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, UK)6. 



Frieke (Biohard) 

Fiirst Rostifliau, ballade von Alexei K. 
Tolstoj, fur mannerchor a cappelia, op. 
18. Parti tur u. Stimmen. 899 

D. Rahter, Leipzig, (iermany. C 
126064, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Friml (Bndolf) 

Romance; {K>ur violon avec aceom- 
pagnement de piano, op. 17, edited by 
R. Tanner. 800 

F 5p. 

Mojmir Urbdnek, Prag, Austria. C 
125286, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Frogs' (The) oamival; by Allen H. Daugh- 
erty, op. 13, no. 4, for piano. 801 

fo 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
124932, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Froit (The) king; march by Allen H. 
Daugherty, op. 13, no. 18, for piano. 

808 

fo 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
124936, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

QftniohaU (Carl) 

Kletterrosen; salonstiick fiir pianoforte, 
op. 329. 808 

P 5 p. 

Ernst Eulenburg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 125292, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Gather in; music by B. B. Edmiaston. 



804 



leaf 



Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124326, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Gathering home; music by J as. B. Frank- 
lin. 806 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124334, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Gathering the lilies; song by Mrs, Gus 
Donald. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 806 
f> 5p. 

}fr8. G. Donald, United States. C 
124985, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Gentle Shepherd waits; by N. Martin 
Davids, for piano. 807 

f° 5p. 

J. W. Jenkin'B sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 125028, June 11, 1906; 2 c, 
June 11, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



77 



Girl (The) of the lonth; words by Robert 
H. Gore, music by C. S. Tennes. 
Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago. 808 
f° 7 p. 

R. H. Gore, United States. C 124895, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

God be meroiful; music by Joseph £. 
Schoate. 809 

leaf. 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124358, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

God is loYe; music bv Jas. B. Franklin. 

810 
leaf. 

Emmett S. Dean & James B. Franklin, 
Waco, Tex., & Mart, Tex. C 124366, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Godard (Ch.) 

Danee d'i^toiles; valse for piano, op. 66, 
edited and lingered by Louis Oesterle. 

811 

fo 9p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
125201, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Golden dreams; words and music by John 
Byrd Childers. Geo. Jaberg music 
CO. Cincinnati, Ohio. 812 

P 6p. 

F. W. Caughlin, Breckenridge, Mo. C 
126100, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Good old Jenoj shore; words by W. £. 
Bilberback, music by E. H. Apple- 

fite. Sea coast music co. Asoury 
ark, N. J. 818 

P 6p. 

Bilberback & Applegate, Asbury Park, 
N. J. C 124944, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 

5, 1906. 

Good Shepherd; music by Casa H. Carr. 

814 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124316, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Good (The) time ooming; song by Eliza C. 
Gates. Success music co. Chicago. 

816 

r 6p. 

E. C. Gates, United States. C 124980, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Greene (C. W.) 

Give ear to my prayer; response. Choir 
Journal no. 181B. 816 

8^ 8 p. 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, Mass. C 
125045, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Holy Lord God; response. Choir Jour- 
nal no. 182R 817 

B. F. Wood music company, New York, 
N. Y. C 125047, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 

6, 1906. 



Guide me; music by H. W. Elliott, arr. by 
Dean. 818 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124325, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Hail, all hail; music by James B. 
Franklin. 819 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & James B. Franklin, 
Waco, Tex. & Mart, Tex. C 124367, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Hail to Old Glory; patriotic song; words 
and music by Charles Noel Douglas. 

820 

leaf 

Household guest co., Chicago, III. C 
123317, June 12, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Hallelujah by and by; music b}* Jas. B. 
Franklin. 821 

leaf 

Emmet S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124329, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Happy thoughts walti; by N. Martin 
Davids, for piano. 822 

P 5 p. 

J. W. Jenkin's eons' music co., Kan- 
sas, City, Mo. C 125025, June 11, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906. 

Harrisi (Charles A. E.) 

Sands (The) of Dee; ballad for chorus 
and orchestra, words by Charles Kings- 
ley, Novello*s original octavo edition, 
pikno ace. ^ 828 

8° 16 p 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125137, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Harvej (B. M.) 

Few (A) more years shall roll; sacred 
song no. 2 in E. 824 

fo 6p. 

Cary & co., London, England. C 

124865, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Few (A) more years shall roll; sacred 
song no. 1 in D. 825 

fo 6p. 

Cary & co., London, England. C 

124866, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Hear His ery; music by Bessie C. Corbet. 

326 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean <fe Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124321, June 26, 1906; 2 
c. July 9, 1906. 



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Heaven is over all; song, by Nellie A. 
Gardner. 827 

P 3p. 

Geo. Jabeiy music co., Ciucinnati, 
Ohio. C 125105, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
7, 1906.. 

Heavenward bound: march for piano, four 
hands by 0. D. Blake. 828 

fo 9p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass., in renewal for 14 years from Sept. 
9, 1906. C 125123, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Her hneband it a railroad man; words by 

Ella True Conner, music by Eugene 

Kaeuffer. Pioneer music pub. co. 

Chicago. 329 

£« 5p. 

E. T. Conner, United States. C 124889, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

He'e eoming again; music by Emmett S. 
Dean. 830 

leaf 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124360, June 26, *1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Heeiey (J. L.) 

Fairy (The) match girl; choral scene 
for laclies' voices, words by Harry Rut- 
land. 331 

8° 20 p. 

J. Curwen & sons ltd., Jjondon, Eng- 
land. C 124684. July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 
27, 1906. 

Holy Easter; music by B. B. I'Mmiaston. 

332 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Bernard B. Edmias- 
ton, Waco, Tex. C 124349, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 9, 1906. 

Home beyond; music by Rev. S. J. Oslin. 

833 

leaf 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124355, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Home (The) on the hill: words by Mary 
Tweedie. mn^ic by Eugene Kaeuffer. 
Pioneer music pub. co., Chicajro. 

834 

P 5 p. 

M. Twetdie, United States. C 124899, 
July 5, 1906; 2 v.. July 5, 1906. 

Homeiick little Nell; words by Carrie Des- 
marias, music by W. Donah oe. Il- 
linois music book store, Chicago. 

385 

f° 5p. 

C. Desmarias, Lakeland, Kans. C 
1LU873, July 5, 190(5; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Home (Xarle) 

Two songs; a. Loves offering, b, Just for 
you; words by Harold Simpson. 836 

* fo 7p. 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, Eng. C 
124827, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

How preeioui Thy love; music by Thoro 
Harris 887 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124307, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Hunting song: by Frederick A. Williams, 
op. 57. no. 4, for piano. 838 

fo 6 p. 

TheodorePresser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
124926, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Hneh! little girls! written by A. J. Mills, 
compose<i by Bennett Scott. 839 

F imp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Ensr- 
i land. C 125132, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
! 1906. 

I change ma honey every year; song by 
(leorge Louis Golden. Pioneer 
mui^ic pub. CO., Chicago. 840 

fo 5p. 

G. L. Golden, United States. C 124901, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

I doan Inb yo no mo., words and music by 
Emily R. Sitzler. Baltimore: Geo. 
Willig & CO. 841 

f° ftp. 

E. R. Sitzler, Baltimore, Md. C 126010, 
July 5, UK)6; 2 c. June 27, 1906. 

I love you eo; words and music by Flor- 
ence Gile Frost. 348 

fo ftp. 

F. (t. Front, Minneapolis, Minn. C 
122730, May 19, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

I will love Thee' music by J. Owen Long 

348 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean k Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124314, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

I will leek my Father*! oare; music by Jo- 
seph E. Schoate. 344 
leaf 

Emmett Sidney Dean, W^aco, Tex. C 
124356, June 26,"l906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

I will teach him, that when courting, he 
ihonld never conrt but one; wonls by 
E. Null, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 

846 
f° ftp. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 124908, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



MUSICAL 0OICPO8ITIONS 



79 



1 wonder if my girl will return; song by 

William Haskins. Success music 

CO., Chicago. . 846 
P» 6p. 

W. Haskins, United States. C 124973, 
July 6. 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

rd give tile world to see her face again: 
words by F. Waldo Hargrave, music 
by J. Warren Walters. Pioneer mu- 
sic pub. CO. Chicago. 847 
r> 6p. 

Hargrave & Walters, United States. C 
124898, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Idle bloatemi; by Allen H. Daugherty, op. 
13, no. 2, for piano. 848 

r» 8p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
124930, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

m be there; music by J. H. Sheppard 

849 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Shep^rd, 
Waco & Chilton, Tex. C 124298, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

ril lean upon Tbee; music by A. Bunyan 
Little 850 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, "Waco, Tex. C 124305, June 26, 1906; 

2 c. July 9, 1906. 

nixnois march; by S. C. Earnest, for or- 
chestra 851 
SP unp. 

Clyde Ed^r Sinn, Chicago, 111. C 
124838, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Vm kneeling at the mercy seat; music by 
J. H. Rosecrans 85*2 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124306, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Tm on my way; music by J. H. Sheppard 

858 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco & Chilton. Tex. C 124300, June 
26, 1906; 2 c July 9, 1906. 

rm seeking a city; mu^ic by J. H. Shep- 
pard. 854 
leal 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco & Chilton, Tex. C 124290, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

In the moming; music by B. B. Edmia- 
ston. 855 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean & Bernard B. Edmia- 
BtoD, Waco, Tex. & Hollis, Okla. C 
124345, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



In the mountains; march and two step by 
A. J. Chase for piano. 856 

fo 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 124917, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

In the valley where the Platte's bright 
water flows; by J. A. Byrne. 857 

fo 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 124907, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

Insurance bug; song, by Marie Batterham 
Lindesay. Success music co., 
Chicago. 858 

fo 6p. 

M. B. Lindesay, United States. C 
125008, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Insure your life today; music by L. L. 
Dunn. 859 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124319, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Jesus is nigh; song by Kate Lee Nichols, 
(leo. Jabei^ music co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 860 

F 6p. 

K. L. Nichols, Elmwood, Tenn. C 
117104, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Jesus, saye me now; chorus & music by 
Chas. Edw. Pollock. 861 

leaf. 

Emmett 8. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124322, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Jolly rover; galop, by Chas. Lindsay, for 
piano. 868 

F 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125079, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Jones (Nettle E.) 

Song of the fairies; part-song for mixed 
voices, words by John Lyly. 868 

8° 7 p. 

Edw. Schuberth & co., New York, N. 
Y. C 125055, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 
1906. 

Journeying (The) pilgrim; music by J. A. 
York. 864 

leaf. 

J. A. York, Atlanta, Ga. C 118106, 
Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1906. 

Joyful tidings; words by Jacob Charles 
Voelker, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 

865 

fo 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124903, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 6, 1906. 



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Jubilate Beo; antheum, music by T. D. 
Williams. 866 

8° p. 110-115. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124950, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 

5, 1906. 

Junior union; march by ifr«. J. W. Sears, 
for piano. Pioneer music pub. co. , 
Chicago. 867 

fo 5p. 

Afrs. J. W. Sears, United States. C 
124900, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906, 

Just for my sake, May; words and music 
by Mae A. Jackmann. 868 

f° 8p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 124910, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Just to say one last goodbye; words and 
music by Wm. A. Garlepied, jr. 369 
f° 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124904, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

Kalorama mareh; for piano, bv Overman. 

870 

f° 6p. 

(ieo. Jaberg music co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 126103, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Katie; words and music by Bert Potter. 

871 

fo 5p. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 125312, 
July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Keep me all the way; music by Mark D. 
Usserey. 878 

leaf 

Emmctt S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley. C 109779, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Julv 9, 
1906. 

Keep on the target; a service song, words 
and music bv Lvman A. Cotten. 878 

fo 6p. 

Charles H. Hoyt & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 124458, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 

6, 1906. 

Kerker (Oustave) 

Entrance of the Rajah; words by R. H. 
Burnside. 874 

fo 15 p. 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. C 
124958, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Finale act 1; words by R. H. Bum- 
side [chorus and piano.] 875 

f° 51 p. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
124957, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Kerker (Oustave) — Continued. 

Hist, advance with care; words by 

R. H. Burnside, male chorus anci 
piano. 376 

fo 18 p. 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. C 
124961, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

It 's merely a matter of time; words 

by R. H. Burnside, [song, piano ace. ] 

877 

F 7p. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
124956, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Opening act 2; words by R. H. Bum- 
side, chorus and piano ace. 878 

fo 19 p. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
124961, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

\Wldingproces.sion; words by R. H. 

Burnside, [chorus and piano] 879 
P lip. 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. C 
124955, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

We're the gnomes; words by R. H. 

Burnside; dancing specialty. 880 
P 9p. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
124961, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Kmooh (7r.) 

Java Alladr; pochod s textem, slozil Fr. 
Kmoch pro piano, edited by R. Tanner. 

881 

f° 3p. 

Mojmir Urb^nek, Prag, Austria. C 
125289, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

KHhn (Frans) 

Augen rechts; militar marsch, op. 45. 

882 

fo 3 p. 

Apollo verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
125065, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

La Claire waits; for piano, by Dixie 
Moore. 888 

P 6p. 

D. Moore, Pleasureville, Ky. C 125102, 
July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Lakeside waits; for pianoforte, by G. F. 
Wilson. 884 

fo 5 p. 

White-Smith music publishing corn- 
pan v, Boston, Mass., in renewal for 14 
years from Aug. 23, 1906. C 125119, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Lange (8. de) 

Praeludien und fugen; fiir die orgel, 
op. 90 no. 9 in G moll. 885 

fo 14 p. 

J. Rieter-Bie<lermann, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 124859, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



81 



Laiige (8. de) — Continued. 

Praeludien und fueen; fiir die orgel, 

op. 90 no. 10 in G dur. 886 

P Up. 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 124860, July 5, 1006; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Praeludien und fugen; fur die orj^el, 

op. 90 no. 1 1 in Eg moll. 887 

f° 15 p. 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 124861, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 



Praeludien und fugen; fur die orgel, 

op. 90 no. 12 in B dur. 888 

f° 16 p. 

J. Rieter Biedermann, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 124862, July 5, 3906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Last klM: polka for piano, by George Fox, 
op. 38. 889 

F 5p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass., in renewal for 14 years from Aug. 
23, 1906. C 126121, July 9, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Leading itar; waltz for pianoforte by Cbas. 
V. Cloy. 890 

F 6p. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass., in renewal for 14 
years from July 12, 1906. C 125118, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Liapouiow (8.) 

Chant d'Automne; pour le piano, op. 
26, reyidiert yon Wilh. Dugge. 891 

f> 7p. 

J. U. Zimmermann, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 125068, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

L«aye dii hoiise, yon JCilton Brown: song 
by W . A . Freeman. Success m nsic 
CO., Chicago. 898 

f° 6p. 

W. A. Freeman, United States. C 
124983, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

I«t the Lord be praiied; music by Joseph 
£. Schoate 898 

leaf 

Eiiiroett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124357, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

UtI (Edgardo) 

I loye a rose; song no. 2 in G, words by 
Edward Teschemacner. 894 

fo 5p. 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125254, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 
10, 1906. 



Lilies of the lake: grand gt^lop de con- 
cert, for pianoforte by A. W. Holt. 

895 

f° 7 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass., in renewal for 14 years from July 
12, 1906. C 125120, July 12, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Little sisters: waltz, by Chab. Lindsay, 
for piano. 896 

F 5p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125080, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Little traveler march; by N. Martin Da- 
yids, for piano. 897 

f« 5p. 

J. W^. Jenkin's sons^ music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 125024, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

Lord (The) is heekoning come; music by 
J. W. West. 898 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124337, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Lota's ohant; words by Edward Peple, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. 899 

f° unp. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 122572, May 31, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. 

Loye (The) for which we wait; words by 
Emma Shrader, music by Ijee Carle- 
ton. Pioneer music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 400 

f° 6p. 

E. Shrader, United States. C 124896, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Loye me, and the world is mine; by Earnest 
R. Ball, arr. by Tom Clark for comet 
with piano ace. 401 

f« $p. 

Marcup Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 124877, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 
1906. 

Loyers (The) tryst; song by Laura V. 
Downs. 402 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124914, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

Lunar (The) swing; song by T. B. Sum- 
mers. Success music co., Chicago. 

408 

fo 6 p. 

T. B. Summers, United States. C 
124978, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



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Mftrtyred (The) queen of the west; song: by 
Matilda H. Wheelock. . SneceflB 
music CO., Chicago. 404 

fo 6p. 

M. H. Wheelock, United States. C 
124989, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Melody (A) firom dreamland; song by J. H. 
Burton. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 406 

fo 5 p. 

J. H. Burton, United States. C 124987, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

'Mid the jessamine; song by Lillie Tegge 
Eggert. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 406 

fo 5 p. 

L. T. Eggert, United States. C 12496o, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Mike 0' Hooligan; music by Wm. C. Hen- 
derson. Willis Woodward & co., 
New York, 407 

P> 5p. 

W. C. Henderson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
125035, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Minnetonka; song by Alfred J. Davis. 
Success music co., Chicago. 408 

f» 6p. 

A. J. Davis, United Statejg. C 124982, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Molly darling, I've insured my life; written 
by Lytton Williams, composed by 
Bennett Scott. 409 

f° unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, En- 
gland. C 125131, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

Morena (Camillo). 

Marsch der Wojewoden: slavischer 
marsch, op. 103. Auegaben fiir infan- 
terie-musik. 410 

8° unp. 

J. H. Zimmermann, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 125067, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Moss rose; march in G, by T. P. Ryder. 

411 

fo 5 p. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Maes., in renewal for 14 
years from Sept. 13, 1906. C 125125, July 
9,1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Motsa (Andr^). 

A rheure des adieux, vali?e chant^e, 
paroles de Georges Millandy, chant et 
piano. 412 

f° unp. 

Hachette & cie., Paris, France. C 
125182, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



My Billy boy; medley march, arr. by W. 
H. Maekie, for band. 41S 

8P unp. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126099, 
July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

My Billy boy; medley march, arr. by W. 
H. Maekie for orchestra. ' 414 

8° unp. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 125037, 
July 6, 1906; 2 c July 9, 1906. 

My oonntry dream; song by F. C. Monks. 
Success music co., Chicago. 41J^ 

f° 5p. 

F. C. Monks, United States. C 124966, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

My dear old oonntry home: song by Albert 
P3. MotherseU. Success music co., 
Chicago. 410 

f° 6 p. 

A. E. Mothersell, Canada. C 124863, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c July 6, 1906. 

My fair Kentneky rose; words by Billy 
Clark, music by Al. Piantodosi. 417 
f° 6p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125238, July 9, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
9, 1906. 

My home; music by W. J. Graves. 418 
leaf 

P^mmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124304, June 26, 
1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

My hnsband left me again: written and 
composed by Murphy and Lipton. 

419 

f° 3p. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 124855, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

My ideal's dream; waltz song, words and 
music by O. P. Stearns, with piano 
ace. Success music co., Chicago. 420 
F 5p. 

O. P. Stearns, Winthrop, N. Y. C 
112168, Jan. 15, 1906; 2 c. tJuly 5, 1906. 

My lotns lady: song in Thebe or Marry a 
Marionette: book and lyrics by 1. L. 
Blumenstock; music by Ben. M. 
Jerome. 421 

fo 6p. 

F. B. Haviland pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 125074, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
2. 1906. 

My sawdust queen; song in Thebe or Marry 

a Marionette; book and lyrics by 

1. L Blumenstock, music by Ben. M. 

Jerome. 422 

F 5 p. 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 125075, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 



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88 



Mj fhepherd; music by Emmett S. Dean. 

428 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
109774, Dec. 18, 1905; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 

II7 soul U redeemed; music by Emmett S. 
Dean. 424 

leaf 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124352. June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. 

lly sweetheart's sanny home; song by E. A. 
M i Her. Success music co. , Chicago. 

426 
E. A. Miller, United States. C 124979, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

My two loTes and I: song by Winnie Davis 
Yeager. 426 

F 6p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 124915, June 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

'Heath the San Franeisoo rnins she lies 
sleeping: song by Ida Lasater Hucka- 
bav. Success music co., Chicago. 

427 

f° bp. 

I. L. Huckabav, United States. C 
124972, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

*Neath the shadow of His wing; music by 
Jas. B. Franklin. 428 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & James B. Franklin, 
Waco, Tex., and Mart, Tex. C 124365, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Heweombe (Fred. 8.) 

Te Deiim in A flat; for chorus of mixed 
voices with organ ace. Octavo church 
music no. 4731. 429 

so Up. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 
125194, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Hoah's ark; humorous son^, written and 
composed by Edward Kent. 480 

f« dp. 

Kevnolds & co., London, England. C 
125016, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Vothing hut leayes; song by M. E. Mullin. 
Success m usic co. , C h icago. 43 1 

f° dp. 

M. E. Mullin, United States. C 125005, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

happy day; music arr. by Acuff <& Ev- 
ridge " 482 

leaf 

Dean, Acuff & Evridge, Waco, Tex. C 
118399, Apr. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

3595— PT 3, yo 6—06 2 



let me sing; music by Thomas M. Fine 

488 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124317, June 26, 1906; 2 c, 
July 9, 1906. 

Oakeley (H. 8.) 

Te Deum lauclamus; set to music in 
chant form in key of F for congregational 
singins, edited by Edmund Jaques. Oc- 
tavo church music no. 4735. 484 

8° unp. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
125195, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Oh, for a closer walk; music by A. B. Se- 
bren. 48ft 

leaf 
Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 

Waco, Tex. C 124327, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 

July 9, 1906. 

On San Franeisoo bay: words by Vincent 
Bryan, music by Gertrude Hoffman. 

486 

r> 5p. 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New York. 
C 124853, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Onoe again; quartet for mixed voices, by 
Wm. J. Luscombe. Pioneer mus. 
pub. CO., Chicago. 487 

f° unp. 

W. J. Luscombe, United States. C 
124897, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 190H. 

On to the Kingdom; music by G. H. Ram- 
sey. 438 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124335, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

One by one; music by J. H. Sheppard. 

489 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Shep- 
pard, Waco and Chilton, Tex. C 124294, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Open fountain; music by B. B. Edmias- 
ton. 440 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Bernard B. Ed- 
miaston, Waco, Tex., and Hollis, Okla. 
C 124348, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Oeeeola; concert rK)lka by L. D. Young 
for piano. l*ioneer muHic pub. co., 
Chicago. 441 

fo 5 p. 

L. D. Young, United States. C 124906, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. Julv 5, 1906. 



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Our last good-bye; music by Mrs. Minnie 
Kiland. 442 

letif 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124312, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Over the hills; song by Mary E. Brady. 
Success music cc, Chicago. 448 

fo 6p. 

M. E. Brady, United States. C 124990, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Oyer the sea; music by Joseph K. Schoate. 

444 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Bernard B. Edmi- 
aston, Waco, Tex , & Hollis, Okla. C 
124347, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Peaceful slumber; music by Emmett S. 
Dean. 445 

leaf 

EmmettS. Dean, Waco, Tex. C 120175, 
Apr. 28, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Pietnres in the embers; song by Fred J. 
Marlin. 446 

F 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124909, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

Pilgrim band; music by B. B. Edmiaston. 

447 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W^. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124332, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Pilgrim's march; music by J. L. George. 

448 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean A Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124315, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Playftel pnssy; mazurka, by Chas. Lind- 
say for piano. 449 

f° 5p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125078, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Pleyers hymn; variations by T. P. Rvder, 
op. 99. * 450 

F 7p. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass., in renewal for 14 
years from Sept. 17, 1906. C 125126, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

PoUain (Femand) 

Recueil d*exercises; annepe k la 
m^'^thode de violoncelle de S. l>^e, op. 3. 

451 

fo 44 p. 

Henry Lemoine & cie., Paris, France. 
C 125060, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 



Poor (The) bartender; a Princeton reunion 
song for mixed or male voices; won] a 
and music by John B. Tliomaa. 452 

J. B. Thomas, Lakewood, N. J. C 
126187, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

Princeton (The) Dutchman; words and 
music by John R. Thomas. 458 

8° 5 p. 

J. B. Thomas, Lakewood, N. J. C 
125188, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

Proper (The) time to talk about the 
weather; humorous song, written by 
Arthur Helliar, composed by Tom 
Clare. 454 

P 6p. 

Revnolds &Co., London, England. C 
12501*7, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

dneen (The) of the Oolden Gate; song by 
Katherine Keife. Success music 
CO., Chicago. 455 

fo 6p. 

K. Keife, United States. C 125004, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Bags and patches; two step, by H. W. 
Sinn, for orchestra. 458 

8 unp. 

Clyde Edgar Sinn, Chicago, 111. C 
124839, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Rallying song; music by J. H. Sheppard. 

457 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco, Tex. C 120172, Apr. 28, 1906; 2 
c. July 9, 1906. 

Beinecke (Carl) 

Sonate no. 2 C dur; fur zwei pianoforte, 
op. 275. 458 

F 29p. 

Fried rich Hofmeister, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 125285, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 
11, 1906. 

Benand (Albert) 

Empire waltz; invented by R. M. 
Crompton, for piano. 459 

f° 6p. 

E. A8cherberg& CO., London, England. 
C 125ia5, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Bich (Marie) 

My rose of yester-e'en; words and mu- 
sic by Marie Rich, original key of D. 480 

f« 5p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 124942, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Bing the bells — ; musicbyJ.P. Lane. 461 

leaf 

J. P. Lane, Comanche, Tex. C 109773, 
Dec. 18, 1905; 2 c. Julv 9, 1906. 



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85 



I, dear roses: song by Kate Lee 
Nichols. (ireo. Jaberg music co. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 462 

F 5p.- 

K. L. Nichols, Elm wood, Tenn. C 
117105, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

BnAier (Henry W.) 

Vesper (A) hymn of prayer; words by 
Wordsworth; for soprano solo. Choir 
Journal no. 182o. 468 

8° 8 p. 

B. F. Wood music company, New York, 
N. Y. C 125044, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
6, 1906. 

Saored love; words and music by O. P. 
Steams, piano ace. Success music 
CO. Chicago. 464 

F 4p. 

O. p. Stearns, Winthrop, N. Y. C 
112169, Jan. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Sailing on; music by Emmett S. Dean. 

465 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean, Waco,Tex. C 120174, 
Apr. 28, 1906: 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Sailing over life's sea; words by Z. A. 
Space, music by Geo. C. Stebbins. 

466 

leaf 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125032, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Salmon (Alvah Oloyer) 

Valse caprice; for piano, op. 43. 467 
f° 15 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
124928, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Sanctas; antheum, music by E. S. Lorenz. 

468 
8° unp. 

I^renz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124946, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

San Franeisoo; words by Thomas J. Gould, 
music by A. Richards. Success 
music CO. Chicago. 469 

fo 6p. 

T. J. Gould, United States. C 124996, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

San Franeisoo (The) fire: son^ by Mar^ 
Raxford. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 470 
fo 6 p. 

M. Raxford, United States. C 5001, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Ban Franeisoo' s great disaster; song by 
Mr9, Geo. A. Cobb. Success music 
CO. Chicago. 471 

f> 5p. 

Mt9. G. a. Cobb, United States. C 
124971, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



San Franeisoo (The) horror; song by S. J. 
Harry. Success music co. Chicago. 

47a 

fo 6p. 

S. J. Harry, United States. C 124970, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

San Franeisoo, the fallen oity; song by 
Ettie C. Linaman. Success music co. 
Chicago. 478 

fo 5p. 

E. C. Linaman, United States. C 
124995, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Sapellnikoir (W.) 

Lily of the valley; chanson sans paroles, 
op. 8 no. 1 for piano. 474 

fo 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125041, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Saved through the hlood of Christ; music 
by J. P. Lane 475 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean, Waco, Tex. C 120176, 
Apr. 28, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Sohmoll (A.) 

i^ndler Styrien; pour piano, op. 149. 

476 

F 7p. 

A. Schmoll, Paris, France. C 125181, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Scherzo-caprice; pour piano, op. 150. 

477 

F 7p. 

A. Schmoll, Paris, France. C 125180, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Sehnhert (Frans) 

Litany for the Feast of all Souls; words 
by J. G. Jacobi translated by Charles 
Fonteyn Manney, music by Franz Schu- 
bert, original key. 47S 

F 8p. 

Oliyer Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 124940, July 5. 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Soott (Charles P.) 

Father in Thy mysterious presence; sa- 
cred song for contralto or bass, words by 
Samuel Johnson. 479 

F 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
124921, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Soreeohing eagle; two at.'p, words by Dan 
Cai>ece, music by Bern hard Stern. 

4S0 
F 6p. 

Bernhard music CO., New York, N.Y. C 
123798, June 18, 1906; 1 c. June 28, 1906; 
1 c. July 10, 1906. 



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Seek the Saviour's oare; music by 6. B. 
Edmiaston. 481 

leaf 

Kmmett S. Dean & Bernard B. I*}<{inia8- 
ton, Waco, Tex., and Hollis, Okla. C 
124344, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Seidel (Edward) 

Praktische sehule fiir die posaune; 
tenor-bass, tenor- alt- und bafi8(x>{:aune, 
op. 60 teil 1. Edition Fischer no. 3626. 

482 

f° 86p. 

A. E. Fischer, Bremen, Germany. C 

124856, July 6, 1906; 2 e. July 6, 1906. 

Praktische sehule fur die posaime; 
tenor-bass, tenor alt und bassposaune, op. 
50 teil 2. Edition Fischer no. 3626. 488 

f» 87p, 

A. E. Fischer. Bremen, Germany. C 

124857, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Shall we meet; music by Ira D. Brit>ter. 

484 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124302, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

She is certainly a regular patriotic sis; 
words by Joseph F. Busch, music by 
Henry Wendel. 48*5 

fo 5p. 

Willis Woodward & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 124870, July 5, 1906; 2c. July 3, 
1906. 

8he*8 proud and she's heautifnl; song by 
Fred W. Leigh and George Bastow. 

486 

f° nnp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, rx)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 125071, Julv 7, 1906; 2 c. Juiv 
7, 1906. 

Shining way; music by J. T. Wilson. 487 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Ilensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124318, June 26, 1906; 2c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Ship of salvation; music by J. H. Shep- 
panl. 488 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco and Chilton, Tex. C 124297, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Silver hell; by Allen H. Daugherty, op. 13, 
no. 7, for piano. 489 

i° 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124935, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Sing Joyful tongt; antheum, words by 
Nellie A. Davidson, music by H. W. 
Porter. 490 

8° p. 198-197. 

Ix>renz publishing company, Davton, 
Ohio. C 124951, July5, 1906; 2c. July 5, 
1906. 

Sinigaglia (Leone) 

Romanze in A dur; fur violine mit 
orchesterbegleitung, op. 29. 491 

fo Up. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 124858, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Smith (Oerrit) 

When 1 am dead, my dearest; chorus 

for men's voices, words bv Christina 

Kof^sette. Part-songs and choruses no. 

4707. 492 

8° 6 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
125193, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Soldier hoys; march, by Ghas. Lindsay, 
for piano. 498 

fo 5 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125085, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Some day; song by Mrs. H. Pleasants Me- 
Daniel. Success musicco. Chicago. 

494 
P 5 p. 

.\fr8. H. P. McDaniel. C 124975, July 
5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Some happy day; music by J. H. Sheppard. 

495 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco & Chilton, Tex. C 124293, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Song of the rose: rondo by George Thome, 
for piano. 496 

f° 3 p. 

White-Smith mupic publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass., in renewal for 14 
years from Aug. 28, 1906. C 125122, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Song of the wind; bv Allen H. Daugherty, 
op. 13, no. 6, for piano. 497 

P 6 p. 

Theodiire Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 1249S4, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Source of calm repose; antheum, music by 
Carrie B. Adams. 49S 

8° p. 184-187. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124949, Julv 5, 1906; 2 c." July 
5, 1906. 



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87 



SoQfhern sammer time; song by Sophie Do- 
minque. Success music co. Chi- 
cago. 499 

f 4p. 

8. Dominque, United States. C 124988, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Squimli at play; by Frederick A. Wil- 
liams, op. 57, no. 3, for piano. 500 

fo op. 

Theoilore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124925, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Stageland waltsee; for piano, by Harry J. 
Chalmers. 501 

f° unp. 

ChaH. E. Roat music co., ltd., Battle 
Creek, Mich. C 121072, May 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

Stars (The), the stripes and you; by Justin 
Wheeler, in key of A, vocal orcli. 
808. 502 

Marcus Witmark & eons, New York, 
N. Y. C 1249ew, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
6, 1906. 

Start (The), the stripes and you; by Justin 
Wheeler in key of F, vocal orch. 
807 508 

SP unp. 

Marcu.*» Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 124963, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
6, 1906. 

Step together; music by Jas. B. Franklin 

504 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean & James B. Franklin. 
C 124368, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Sudds (W. F.) 

Just for the fun of it; rondo caprice for 
piano op. 308. 505 

f° 5p. 

Oliver Ditson com pan v, Boston, Mass. 
C 124941, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Summer is coming; by Allen H. Daugh- 
erty, op. 13, no. 5, for piano. 506 
r> 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
12493:^, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Sumy Tennessee, song by G. T. Main. 

507 

f° 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124902, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 6, 1906. 

Sunset in Kentueky; song by John C. 
Goodwin. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 508 
F ftp. 

J. C. Goodwin, United States. C 
126006, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Sweet rest; music by W. H. Livingston. 

509 

leaf 

W. H. Livingston, Arab, Ala. 
124363, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Talbot (Howard) 

Sir Walter Raleigh; song from **The 
girl behind the counter," words by Aus- 
ten Hurgon. 510 

f° 7 p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125018, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Tell tinners salvation is free; music by 
W. J. Graves 511 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 109775, Dec. 18, 
1905; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Tender memories; by Allen H. Daugherty, 
op. 13 no. 9, for piano. 512 

f° 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
124927, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

That beautiful heaven of light; music by 
J. W. Acuff. 518 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & >amuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 109776, Dec. 18, 1905; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

That is why I love her; words and music 
by Archie E. Morrow. 514 

fo s'p. 

Marcus Witmark <& sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 121263, May 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
6, 1906. 

There I can sing; music by Jas. B. Frank- 
lin. 515 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & J^aml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex C 124324, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. 

There is joy in going on; music by James 
B. Franklin 516 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. liensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124341, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Juh 9, 1906. 

There'll be joy for the reapers; music by 
(t. W. Sebren. 517 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex C 124331, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1900. 

They are ooming to the light; music by 
A. B. Sebren 518 

leaf 

Arthur B. Sebren. Spring Hill, La. C 
124369, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



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Think of the loved ones that night; song 
byLennaHaaiilton. Success music 
CO. Chicago. 519 

F 6p. 

L. Hamilton, United States. C 124986, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Thompion (E. 0.) 

Comrades; for piano. Playtime no. 6. 

580 

fo 7p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 124833, Julv 5, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
2, 1906. 

Marionettes (The); for piano. Play- 
time no. 5. 521 

F 6p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 124832, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Off to the country; for piano. Play- 
time no. 1. 522 

fo 6p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 124828, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Playing at soldiers; for piano. Play- 
time no. 2. 528 
f° 6 p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 124829, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Pony ( A ) scamper; for piano. Play- 
time no. 4. 524 

F 7 p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 124831, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Song (The) of the river; for piano. 

Playtime no. 3. 525 

fo 7p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 124830, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906. 

Thoughtful moments romance; >)y N. Mar- 
tin Davids, for piano. 526 

F 6p. 

J. W. Jenkin's sons' music co., Kansas 
Citv, Mo. C 125022, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

Thoughts of leaving home; song by G. G. 
Augustine. Succe.«8 music co. Chi- 
cago. 527 

fo 4 p. 

Judith Alschleman, United States. C 
124993, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Thro' all eternity; song bv Ben. Gertie. 

528 

F 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing conipanv, 
Chicago, 111. C 124911, July 5, 1906;'2 
c. July 5, 1906. 



Throttgh the forett; by Frederick A. Wil- 
liams, op. 57, no. 1, for piano. 629 
f> 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124923, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Thy merey sweet; anthem for soprano or 
tenor; solo and chorus by E. H. 
Bailey. 680 

fo imp. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Poston, Mass., in renewal for 14 
years from St»pt. 13, 1906. C 125124, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

'Tis harvest time; music by J. H. Shep- 
pard. 5S1 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean and John H. Shep- 
pard, Waco and Chilton, Tex. C 124296, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

To be in it, yon mnst have an automobile; 
song, by Frank E. Carley. Success 
music CO. Chicago. ' 682 

F 6 p. 

F. E. Carley, United States. C 124992, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Toiling for the Master; music by 8. H. Seb- 
ren 688 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124343, June 26, 1906; 2 
c. July 9, 1906. 

Tours (Frank E.) 

Little wild rose; song from ** The dairy 
maids," words by Arthur W' impers. 684 

fo 4 p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125020, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Toy (The) honse; polka by Chas. Lindsay, 
for piano. 58ft 

f° 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126081, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Tulips and pansies; flower song by C. W. 
Bennet for orchestra. 686 

4° unp. 

Earnest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
125086, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Twinkling stars; by Allen H. Daugherty, 
op. 13, no. 1, for piano. 587 

fo 3 p. 

Theodore Presf^er, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124929, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Two golden butterflies; by Allen H. Daugh- 
erty, op. 13, no. 3, for piano. 688 

fo 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 124931, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



MUSICAL OOSTPOaiTIONS 



89 



United hearts mareh: by N. Martin Davids, 
for piauo. 589 

fo 6p. 

J. W. Jen kin' 8 sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 125029, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

▼alley chapel waits ; by N. Martin Davids, 
for piano. 640 

f° 6p. 

J. W. Jen kin's sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. C 126023, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. 

▼oice (The) of Jesus; antheum, words by 
Bertha £. Bush, music by E. 8. Lorenz. 

541 

8° unp. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 124947, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Waiting for the boatman ; music bv Casa 
H. Carr. ' 542 

leaf 

Emmett 8. Dean & Samuel W. Heuslev, 
Waco, Tex. C 124336, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Waiting till the train oomes in ; words and 
music by Ralph Groodall. North 
American music co.. New York. 548 
F 5p. 

R. Goodall, Driftwood, Pa. C 122082, 
May 25, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

'Way back in old Hew England ; song by 
Gladys V. Jacques. Success music 
CO., Chicago. 544 

r> 5p. 

G. V. Jacques, United States. C 124991, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

We are happy children; music by Geo. W. 
Bacon. 545 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Saml. W. Hensley, 
Waco, Tex. C 124314, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Wendt(Theo) 

Remember Waterloo; song, words by 
C. H. Bovill. 546 

P 4p. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 126062, July 7, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Remember Waterloo; march for piano. 

547 

fo 8p. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 125063, July 7, 1906; 
2 c. July 7, 1906. 



We're going home; music by J as. B. Frank- 
lin. 548 
leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
lev, Waco, Tex. C 124309, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. Julv9, 1906. 

We shall all rest together; music by W. J. 
Graves. 549 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124333, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 9, 1906. 

We shall rise; music by Jas. B. Franklin. 

550 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124339, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

We shall sing in that beantifnl land; music 
by J. W. Smith. 551 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & Samuel W. Hens- 
ley, Waco, Tex. C 124303, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Well done, faithful one; music by J. H. 
Sheppard. ' 552 

leaf 

Emmett S. Dean & John H. Sheppard, 
Waco & Chilton, Tex. C 124295, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

What the phonograph said: Throw your 
arms around me; song by Monroe 
H. Rosenfeld. 558 

F 6p, 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125237, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. 

When her ship oomes sailing in: song by 
Alice H. Sherman. Pioneer music 
pub. CO., Chicago. 554 

fo 5p. 

A. H. Sherman, United States. C 
124905, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

When I met dat gal ob mine; song by Rapp. 

555 

fo 5p. 

Geo. Jaberg music co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 125104, Julv 7, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
7, 1906. 

When I sat by the river with yon; words 
by Sam'l L. Robertson, music by 
Eugene Kaeuffer. 556 

fo 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 124912, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 



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When love u young: from Brown of Har- 
vard, by M. Melville Ellis, arr. by 
T. P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus for man- 
dolin orchestra. 657 
f° unp. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 124875, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

When yon' re acquainted in gay Paree; 
words and music by Wm. C. Hen- 
derson. Willis Woodward & co., 
New York. 668 

f° 6p. 

W. C. Henderson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
125034, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

When you're away firom me; song by 
Chester L. Heath, ^., op. 9. 669 

fo 6 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 124916, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. 

Which one ihall we marry; words by R. H. 
Burnside, music by Grustave Kerker. 

660 

r* unp. 

T. B. Harms co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125326, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Whispering hope waits; by N. Martin 
Davids, for piano. 661 

fo 5p. 

J. W^. Jenkin's sons' music co., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. C 125030, June 11, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906. 

Who fell in the Alamo; words and music 
by J. M. Palmer. Pioneer music 
pub. CO. Chiciigo. 662 

f° 6p. 

J. M. Palmer, United States. C 124893, 
July 5, liK)6; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Will you come; music by R. L. Leftwitch. 

568 

leaf 

Emmett Sidney Dean, Waco, Tex. C 
124353, June 26,*1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Winiome Wooster; words bv 0. A. Hills, 
music by J. Lawrence £rb. 564 

leaf 

University of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. 
C 125249, July 10, 1906; 2c. July 10, 1906. 

With dawn comes death; song, In^ G. M. 
Keller. Success music co. Chicago. 

566 

fo 5 p. 

G. M. Keller, United States. C 124997, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Worship the Lord; antheum, music bv 
Ira 6. Wilson. 566 

8^ p. n&-122. 

Lorenz pub. co., Davton, Ohio. C 
124953, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Tale (The) hull-dog; march and two st^ep 
by W. Kyle Sheffield, arr. by F. C. 
Wright, for orchestra. 687 

8° unp. 

Vogue music pub. co.. New London, 
Conn. C 124962, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Toung farmers; schottische by Chafl. 
Lindsay, for piano. 56S 

fo 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125082, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 14,685 



J 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

This index contains the names of the authors and copyright proprietors of all the 
titles registered in this number; following each authors or proprietor's name is the 
title registered by him. The index includes also all titles registered in this number, 
indexed under the first word of the title. 

The Flguren refer to tlie Heavy*fliced Nambers I'olloivlni: Uie Tttlen In Uie 

Catalogue. 



A rheure des adieux 412 

Abide with me 251 

Acuff & Evridge. happy day . . 432 
Acuff (J. W.) That beautiful 

heaven of light 513 

Adams (Carrie B. ) Awake, my 

soul 168 

Adams (C. B. ) Source of calm re- 
pose 498 

Aaventurer march 157 

Albeniz ( I. ) Merlin 158 

Alschleman ( J. ) Thoughts of leav- 
ing home 527 

Am I ready for His call 159 

America 160 

American victorv 161 

Andante .' 169 

Apollo verlag. Augen rechts '^2 

Applegate ( E. H. ) Good old Jer- 
sey shore 313 

Are you waiting 162 

Are you within the ark? 163 

Army pageant march 296 

As pants the hart 164 

A8cherl)erg ( E. ) & co. : 

Empire waltz 459 

Reverie du soir 1 81 

Ascherlierg, H opgood & Crew. Re- 

meml)er Waterloo 546 

Ashdown (K.) ltd. 1 love a rose. 394 

Atfulltilt 165 

At the little rustic bridge down by 

the stream 166 

Augen rechts 382 

Augu.«tine (G. G.) Thoughts of 

leaving home 527 

Autocrat waltzes 167 

Awake my soul 168 

Bacon (G. W.) We are happy 

children 545 

Bailey ( E. H. ) Thy mercy sweet. 530 

Bartlett (H. N.): 

Andante 169 

Chorale 170 

Douglas, tender and true 171 

Finale 172 

Introduction and scherzo 173 

Suite for the organ 169-173 

Ba8tow(G. ) She's proud and she's 

beautiful 486 



Be joyful 174 

Beautiful city 175 

Beautiful (The) city of San Fran- 
cisco 176 

Bennett (C. W.) Tulips and pan- 

sies 536 

Bern hard music co. Screeching 

eagle 480 

Beyond the dark sea 177 

Bill Simmons, I've got to dance 'til 

the band gets through 1 78 

Bilberback ik Applegate. Gooilold 

Jersev shore 313 

Blake ( C. D. ) Heavenward bound . 328 

Blessing (The) 179 

Bradshaw (C.) Come to the Sav- 
iour 226 

Brady ( M. E. ) Over the hills. ... 443 
Brayflon (.1. H.) Death comes at 

dawn 261 

Breitkopf & Hartel. Romanze in 

A dur 491 

Bright & beautiful mansions 180 

Bright well (E.) Reverie du soir . 181 

BriHter ( I. D. ) Shall we meet 484 

Broken bits 182 

Bryan ( V. ) On San Francisco bay . 436 

Bucknam ( A. ) Daisv waltz 253 

Burt (T. P. ) Beautiful city 175 

Burton (J. H.) Melody from 

dreamland 405 

Byrne ( J. A . ) In the valley 357 

California earthquake 183 

Call for workers 184 

Calm on ( Jalilee 1 85 

Camp Fadette 186 

Campbell { B. ) Lord (The) is my 

shepherd 187 

Captain from the 10th brigade 188 

Captivatin' Sue 189 

Carleton (L.) Ix)ve for which we 

wait .' 400 

Carley ( F. E. ) To be in it 532 

Carr (C. II.): 

Dwelling^with Jesus 276 

Good Shepherd 314 

Waiting for the boatman 542 

Cary & co. Few^ (A) more vears 

shall roll '..... 324 

Caughlin(F.\V.) Golden dreams. 312 

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II 



INDEX 



Certain (A) little girl 190 

Chalmers (H. J.) Stageland 

waltzes 501 

Chaminade ( C. ) 2° gavotte 191 

Chanson de Mariette 192 

Chanson nuptiale 293 

Chant d'autorane 391 

Chappell & CO.: 

Little wild rose 534 

Sir Walter Raleigh 510 

Thriinen 263 

2° gavotte 191 

Chase (A.J.) In the mountains . 356 

Childere (J. B. ) Golden dreams . 312 
Chill ((t. R. H.) and McDermond 

(M. B.) The Blessing 179 

Chorale 1 70 

Christ is my leader 193 

Christmas greeting 194 

Citv sleeping 195 

Claim (The) 196 

Clare (T.) Proper (The) time to 

talk 464 

Clark (E. R.) Death thro' the 

city stalked 262 ; 

Clark (T. ) Ix)ve me, and the 

world is mine 401 

Clay ( C. V. ) Leading star 390 

Cling to the Cross 197 

Clustering memories 198 

Cobb ( Mrs. G. C. ) San Francisco's 

great disaster 471 

Coleridge-Taylor (8.): 

Kastern dance 199 

First entr' acte 205 ; 

Intermezzo, singing girls' cho- ' 

rus 210 I 

Prelude 215 , 

Processional march 220 ! 

Come home 225 

Come to the Saviour 226 

Come with all your wants 228 

Comforter & guide 229 

Comrades 520 

Concone (J.) Concone'e 40 exer- 
cises 230 

Conner ( E. T. ) Her husband is a 

railroad man 329 

Corbet ( B. C. ) Hear His cry ... . 326 
Cotten (L. A.) Keep on the tar- 
get 373 

Cowen (F. H. ): 

Maypole dance 231 

Minuet d'amour 236 

Old dance 242 

Peasants' dance 247 

Suite of old Eng. dances 231-250 

Cranmer ( E. L. ) Abide with me. 251 

Cross (The) 252 

Curwen (J.) &6ons. Fairy match 

girl 331 

Daisy waltz 253 

Dance among the leaves 254 

Danse d'etoiles 311 

Dark is my pathway 255 



Daugherty (A, H.): 

Frogs' carnival 301 

Frost king 302 

Idle blossoms 348 

Silverbell 489 

Song of the wind 497 

Summer is coming 506 

Tender memories 512 

Twinkling Ptars 537 

Two golden butterflies 538 

Davids (J. M. ) Evening hymn ro- 
mance 281 

Daxid (N. M.): 

Fairy whispers 285 

Ferny Dell mazurka 290 

Gentle shepherd waltz 307 

Happy thoughts waltz 322 

Little traveler march 397 

Thoughtful momentsromance. 526 

United hearts march 539 

Valley chapel waltz 540 

Whispering hope waltz 561 

Davis (A. J. ) Minnetonka 408 

Davis (C. ) City sleeping 195 

Dawn of love. . .* 256 

Dean, Acuff & Evridge. O happv 

day \ 432 

Dean (E. S.): 

Cling to the Cross 197 

Come with all your wants 228 

Cross (The) 252 

i^xlen echoes 278 

God l>e merciful 309 

Guide me 318 

He's coming again 330 

Home l)eyond 333 

I will seek my father * 344 

Let the rx)rd be praised 393 

My shepherd 423 

My soul is redeemed 424 

Peaceful slumber 445 

Sailing on 465 

Will you come 563 

Dean (E.'S.) & Edmiaston (B. B.): 

Christmas greeting 194 

Evening prayer 282 

Hoi v Easter 332 

In tlie morning 355 

Open fountain 440 

Over the sea 444 

Seek the Saviour's care 481 

Dean (E. S.) & Franklin (J. B.): 

Men echoes 278 

God is love 310 

Hail, allhail 319 

'Neath the shadow 428 

Step together 504 

Dean (E. S.) & Hensley (S. W.): 

Am I ready for His call 159 

Beautiful city 175 

Beyond the dark sea 177 

Bright <& l>eautifal mansions.. 180 

Christ is my leader 193 

Come home 225 

Come to the Saviour 226 

Comforter & guide 229 



INDEX 



III 



Dean (E. S.) and Hensley (8. W.) 
— Continued. 

Dark is my pathway 255 

Dwelling with Jesus 276 

Gather in 304 

Gathering home 305 

GoodShepherd 314 

Guide me 318 

Hallelujah bv & by 321 

Hear Hiscry 326 

How precious Thy love 337 

I will love Thee 343 

I'll lean upon Thee 350 

I'm kneeling at the mercy seat. 352 

Insure your life today 358 

Jesus save me now 361 

Keep me all the way 372 

Lora is beckoning 398 

My home 418 

O let me sing 433 

Oh for a closer walk 435 

On to the Kingdom 438 

Our last good-bye 442 

Pilgrim band 447 

Pilgrim's march 448 

Saved through the blood of 

Christ....'. 475 

Shall we meet 484 

Shining way 487 

Tell sinners salvation is free.. 511 

That beautiful heaven of light. 513 

There I can sing 515 

There is jov 516 

There'll be' joy 517 

Toiling for the Master 533 

Waiting for the boatman 542 

We are happy children 545 

We're goinff home 548 

We shall all rest together 549 

We shall rise 550 

We shall sing 551 

Dean (K 8.) & Sheppard (J. H.): 

Are you within the ark? 163 

Call for workers 184 

I'll be there 349 

I'm on my way 353 

I'm seeking a city 354 

One by one 439 

Rallying song 457 

Ship of salvation 488 

Some happy day 495 

'Tis harvest time 531 

Well done 552 

Dear old State of Indiana 257 

Death at dawn of day 258 

Death came at dawn 259 

Death comes at dawn 261 

Death thro' the city stalked 262 

del Riego (T. ) Thranen 26H 

Denza (L.): 

Fair daffodils 264 

How can I forget you 265 

Nights of music 266 

Desmarias (C. ) Homesick little 

Nell 335 

Destruction of San Francisco 267 



D'Indy (V.) Jour d'^t^ j\ la mon- 

tagne 268 

Dis awful face of mine 269 

Diti»on (O.) CO.: 

Just for the fun of it 505 

Litany 478 

My rose of yester-e'en 460 

Do not forget me 270 

Dominque (S. ) Southern summer 

time 499 

Donald {Mrs. G.): 

F^rth ( The ) trembled 277 

Gathering the lilies 306 

Don't do that 271 

Don't say goodbye to me 272 

Doomed by the Golden Gate 273 

Doomed San Francisco 274 

Doet (R. ) Humoreske 275 

Douglas (C. N.) Hail to Old 

Glory 320 

Douglas, tender and true 171 

Downs (L. V.) Ix)ver8 (The) 

tryst 402 

Dunn (L. L. ) Insure your life to- 
day 359 

Durand (A.) & fils, Paris, France. 

Jour d'et^ fi la montagne 268 

Dwelling with Jesus 276 

Earnest ( S. C. ) Illinois march.. 351 

Earth trembled 277 

Eastern dance 199 

•liklder (Afr«. J. C. ) Death came 

at dawn 260 

Eden echoes 278 

Edmiaston (B. B. ): 

Christmas greeting 194 

Evening praver 282 

Gather in . . *. 304 

Holv Easter 332 

In the morning 355 

Open fountain 440 

Pilgrim band 447 

Seek the Saviour's care 481 

Eggert ( L. T. ) Mid the jessamine 406 
Eiiand {Mrs. M.) Our last good- 
bye 442 

Elliott (H. W.) Guide me 318 

Ellis (J. B. ) Fishing in the 

Ozarks 294 

Elwey (R. O.) Ever will I believe 

thee true 283 

Emblem of .America 279 

Emerson ( L. O. ) Be joyful 1 74 

Empire waltz 459 

Entrance of the Rajah 374 

Erb (J. L.) Winsome Wooster.. 564 

Eulenburg ( E. ) K letterrosen SO^ 

E\el);ne 280 

P^vening hymn romance 281 

Evening prayer 282 

Ever will I believe thee true 1:83 

Every datidy's girlie is the best in 

the world 284 

Fair daffodils 264 

Fairy match girt 331 

Fairy whispers 285 



IV 



INDEX 



Falling etar 286 

Farewell love 287 

Fate of the sleeping city 288 

Father in thy inyeterious presence. 479 
Faubus (D' a.) Come to the 

Saviour 227 

Fear thou not 289 

Feist (L.) My Billy lx)y 413 

Ferny Dell mazurka 290 

Few ( A ) more years shall roll 324 

Field ( J. T.) O praise the Lord. . 291 

Fifty years ago 292 

Fillmore bros. CO. Awake, my soul. 168 

Finale 172 

Fine (T. M. ) O let me sing 433 

First entr'acte 205 

Fisher (A. K. ) Praktisclie schule. 482 

Fisher (C. R. ) Chanson nuptiale. 293 

Fishing in the Ozarks 294 

Fort I)es Moiucn? 295 

Fox ((J. ) Last kiss 389 

Francis, Day & Hunter: 

Certain (A) little girl 190 

Concone's 40 exercises 230 

P^very daddv*s girlie 284 

Hush! little girlH 339 

Molly darling 409 

My fair Kentucky rose 417 

M y h us band left me agai n 419 

She's proud and she's beauti- 
ful 486 

What the phonograph said . . . 553 

Franklin (J. B.): 

Gathering home 305 

God islove 310 

Hail, all hail 319 

Hallelujah by <fe by 321 

' Neath the shadow 428 

Step together 504 

There 1 can sing 515 

There is joy 516 

We're going home 548 

VVe shall rise 550 

Fredericks ( J . ) : 

Army pageant march 296 

Marche orientaie 297 

Marche populaire 298 

Freeman ( \V . A . ) Leave dis house . 392 

French (C. IL ) American victory. 161 

Fricke ( K. ) ¥u rst Rostislau ...*.. 299 

FrimI (K.) Romance 300 

Frogs' carnival 301 

Frost ( F. (t. ) I love vou so 342 

Frost king 302 

Fiirst Rostislau 299 

Giinschals (('.), K letter rosen 303 

Gardner (N. A.) Heaven is over 

all 327 

Garlcpied (W. A.) jr. Just to say 

one last goodbye 369 

Gates (E.C.) (iood time coming. 315 

Gather in 304 

Gathering home 305 

(iathering the lillies 306 

Gentle shepherd waltz 307 



George (J. L.) Pilgrims march.. 448 

Ciirl of the south 308 

Give ear to my prayer 316 

God be mercilul . . .* ;^)9 

God is love 310 

Godard (C. ) Danse d'etoiles 311 

Golden ((t. L. ) I change ma 

honey 340 

Golden dreams 312 

Good old Jersey shore 313 

Good Shepherd 314 

Ciood time coming 315 

Goodall ( R. ) Waiting till the train 

comes in 543 

Goodwin (J. C. ) Sunset in Ken- 
tucky 508 

Gore (*R. H. ) (iirl of the South . 308 

Gould (T. J.) San Francisco 4<>9 

Graves (W. J.): 

Christ is my leader 193 

My home.! 418 

Tell sinners salvation is free. . 51 1 

We shall all rest together 649 

Greene ((\ \V.): 

G i ve ear to n) v prayer 316 

HolvlA>rdGod 317 

Guide me ,. 318 

Hachette & cie. A I'heure des 

adieux 412 

Hail, allhail 319 

Hail to Old Glory 320 

Hallelujah by «& by 321 

Hamilton ( L. ) Think of the loved 

ones 519 

Happy thoughts waltz 322 

Harms (T. B. ) co.: 

P>i trance of the Rajah 374 

Finale, act I 375 

Hist, advance with care 376 

Its merely a matter of time. . . 377 

Opening act 2 378 

Wedding procession 379 

We're the gnomes 3H0 

Which one shall we marry. . . 560 
Harris (C. A. K.) Sands (The) of 

Dee 323 

Harris (T. ) How precious Thy 

love 337 

Harrv (S. J.) San Francisco hor- 
ror 472 

Harvey (R. M.) Few (A) more 

years shall roll 324 

Haskins (W.) I wonder if my 

girl will return 346 

Haviland (F. B.): 

My lotus lady 421 

Mv sawdust queen 422 

Hear His cry 326 

Heath (C. L!) When you're away 

from me 559 

Heaven is over all 327 

Heavenward l)ound 328 

Henderson (W. C. ): 

Captain from the 10th brigade 188 

Mike 0' Hooligan 407 

When you're acquainted 558 



INDEX 



Her husband is a railroad man . . . 329 

He's coming again 330 

Hessey (J. L. ) Fairy match girl. . 331 

H ist, advance with care 376 

Hobbs (F. W.) Claim (The).... 196 

Hof meister ( F. ) Sonate no. 2 468 

Holt (A. W. ) Lilies of the lake. 395 

Holy P:aster 332 

Holy Lord God 317 

Home bevond 333 

Home on* the hill 334 

Homesick little Nell 335 

Horne(M.) Two eongs 336 

Hoschna ( K. L. ) Lota's chant . . 399 
Household guest co. Hail to Old 

Glory 320 

How can I forget you 265 

H ow precious Thy love 337 

Hoyt (C. H.) & CO. Keep on the 

Urget 373 

Huckabay (L L.) 'Neath the 

San Francisco ruins 427 

Huhn(J.) Doomed Ban Francisco. 274 

Humoreske 275 

Hunting song 338 

HushI Rttlegirls! 339 

I change ma honey every year . . . 340 

I doan lub yo no mo 341 

I will love Thee 343 

I will seek my father 34-1 

I will teach him, that when court- 
ing 345 

I wonder if my girl will return . . . 346 
I'd give the world to see her face 

again... 347 

Idle blossoms 348 

ril be there. 349 

ril lean upon Thee 350 

Illinois march 351 

I love a rose 394 

1 love you so 342 

Tm kneeling at the mercy seat . . . 352 

Vm on my way 353 

I'm seeking a city 354 

In the morning 355 . 

In the mountains 356 

In the vallev 357 

Indv (V. d') Jour d'^t^ i\ la mon- 

tagne 268 

Insurance bup 358 

Insure your life to-dav 359 

Intermezzo, singing girl's chorus. . 210 

Introduction and scherzo 173 

1 1' H merely a matter of time 377 

Jaberg (G. ) music co. : 

Heaven is over all 327 

Kaloraroa march 370 

When I met dat gal ob mine . 555 
Jackniann (M. A.) Just for my 

sake, May 368 

Jacobs (W.) Katie 371 

Jatx^ues ( (t. V. ) ' Way back 544 

JavaMUdc' 381 

Jenkin's (J. W.) sons' music co.: 

P>ening hymn romance 281 

Fairy whispers 285 

Ferny Dell mazurka 290 



Jenkins (J. W. ) sons' music co. — 
Continued. 

Gentle shepherd waltz 307 

Happy thoughts waltz 322 

Little traveler march 397 

Thoughtful momenta romance. 526 

United hearts march 539 

Valley chapel waltz 540 

Whispering hope waltz 561 

Jerome (B. M.): 

My lotus lady 421 

My sawdust queen 422 

Jesus is nigh 360 

Jesus save me now 361 

Jolly rover 362 

Jones ( N. R. ) Song of the fairies . 363 

Jour d'^t^ a la montagne 268 

Journeying pilgrim 364 

Joyful tidings 365 

Jubilate Deo 366 

Junior union 367 

Just for my sake, May 368 

Just for the fun of it 505 

Just for you 236 

Just to say one laf«t goodbye 369 

Kaeuffer ( E. ) : 

Her husbEind is a railroad man. 329 

Home (The) on the hill 334 

I will teach him 345 

Joyful tidings 365 

When 1 sat by the river 556 

Kalorama march 370 

Katie 371 

Keep me all the way 372 

Keep on the target. 373 

Keife (K.) Queen (The) of the 

Golden Gate 455 

Kel ler ( G. M . ) W i t h da wn comes 

death 565 

Kent(E.) Noah'sark 430 

Kerker (G.): 

• Entrance of the Rajah 374 

Finale, act 1 375 

Hist, advance with care 376 

It's merely a matter of time . . 377 

Opening act 2 378 

Wedding procession 379 

We 're the gnomes 380 

Which one shall we marry . . . 5G0 
Killingsworth (R. ) Am 1 ready 

for His call 159 

Kletterrosen 303 

Kmoch ( F. ) Java MU{d6 381 

Kiihn (F. ) Augen rechts 382 

Kunkel bros. Fishing in the 

Ozarks 294 

La Clair waltz 383 

lakeside waltz 384 

Lilndler Styrien 476 

Lane (J. PJ: 

Beyond the dark sea 177 

Bright & beautiful mansions. . 180 

Ring the bells 461 

Saved through the blood of 

Christ 475 

Lange (S. de). Praeludieu und 

f ugen 385 



VI 



INDEX 



TO I 



Last kiss 389 

Laurence (F. W.) America 160 

Leading star 390 

Leave dis house, you Milton 

Brown 392 

Leftwitch ( R. L. ) Will you come . 563 
Leischner (C.) jr. At the little 

rustic bridge 166 

Lemoine (H.) & cie. Recueil d'- 

exercises 451 

Let the Lord be praised 393 

I^vi(E.) Ilovearose 394 

Liaponnow (S. ) Chant d'au- 

tonrine 391 

Lilies of the lake 395 

Lily of the valley 474 

Linaraan (E. C.) San Francisco, 

the fallen city 473 

Linde}?ay (M. B. ) Insurance bug. 358 

Lindsay (C. )' 

Jolly rover 362 

Little sisters 396 

Playful pussy 450 

Soldier bovs 493 

Toy (The) house 535 

Young farmers 568 

Litany 478 

Little'(A.B.) ril lean upon Thee. 350 

Little sisters 396 

Little traveler march 397 

Little wild rose 534 

Livingston (W. H.) Sweet rest.. 509 

Long (J. O. ) I will love Thee. . . 343 

Lord is be<!koning 398 

Loni (The) is my shepherd 187 

Lorenz (E. S. ): 

As pants the hart 164 

Sanctus 468 

Voice (The ) of Jesus 541 

Lorenz pub. co. : 

As pants the hart 164 

Bejoyful 173 

Calm on Galilee 185 

Fear thou not 289 

Jubilate Deo 366 

Sanctus 468 

Sing joyful songs 490 

Source of calm repose 498 

Voice (The) of Jesus 541 

Worship the Lord 566 

Losev (F. H. ) Don't tlo that 271 

Lotahs chant 399 

Love (The) for which we wait 400 

Love me, and the world is mine. . . 401 

I>oves offering 336 

Ix^vers' (The) trvst 402 

Lunar (The) swing 403 

Lusconibe ( W. J. ) Once again. . . 437 
McDaniel (.Vr«. H. P.): 

Death at dawn of day 258 

Some day 494 

McDermond. The Blessing 1 79 

Mackie ( W. H.) My Billy boy .. 413 

Main (G. T. ) Sunny Tennessee.. 507 

Marche orientale 297 



71 I 



Marche populaire 298 

Marionettes ( The ) 521 

Marlin (F. J.) Pictures in the 

embers 446 

Marsch der Wojewoden 410 

Marsh ( B. 0. ) Fort Des Moines. . 295 

Martyred (The) queen of the West. 404 

Maypole dance 231 

Meii^ly (A) from dreamland 405 

Merlin 158 

Metzler & co. : 

Army pageant march 296 

Marche orientale 297 

Marche populaire 298 

O praise the Lord 291 

Two songs 33t> 

*Mid the jessamine 406 

Mike O' Hooligan 407 

Miller (E. A.) My sweetheart's 

sunny home ' 425 

Minnet'onka 408 

Minuet d' amour 236 

Mollydarling, I've insured my life. 409 

Monks (F.C.) Mv country dream. 415 

Moore (D.) La Claire waltz 383 

Morena (C. ) Marsch der Woje- 
woden 410 

Morrow (A. E. ) That is why I 

love her 514 

Moss rose 414 

Mothersell (A. E.) My dear old 

country ho^ne .' 416 

Motsa (A.) Al'heuredesadieux. 412 
Mullen (C. E.): 

Captivatin' Sue 189 

Nothing but leaves 431 

Murdoch (A.) Certain (A) little 

girl 190 

My Billy boy 413 

My country dream 415 

My dear old country home 416 

My fair Kentucky rose 417 

My home 418 

My husband left me again 419 

My ideal's dream 420 

My lotus lady 421 

My rose of yester-e'en 460 

M V sawdust queen 422 

My shepherd 423 

My soul is redeemed 424 

My sweetheart's sunny home 425 

My two loves and 1 426 

'Neath the San Francisco's ruins 

she lies, sleeping 427 

'Neath the shadow 428 

Nero 199-224 

Neuoombe ( F. S. ) Te Deum in A 

flat 429 

Nichols ( K. E. ) Roses, dear roses. 462 

Nichols ( K. L. ) Jesus is nigh 360 

Nights of music 266 

Noah's ark 430 

Nopker (L. C.) Destruction of 

San Francisco 267 

Nothing but leaves 431 



INDEX 



VII 



Novello & CO. : 

Eastern dance 199 

First entreacte 205 

Intermezzo, singing girl's 

chorus 210 

Maypole dance 231 

Minuet d'amour 236 

Old dance 242 

Peasants' dance 247 

Prelude 215 

Processional march 220 

Sands of Dee 323 

Chappy day 432 

O let me sing 433 

O praise the Lord 291 

Oakeley (H. S.) Te Deum lauda- 

mus 434 

O'Conner (C. VV.) CampFadette. 186 

Gertie ( B. ) Thro' all eternity ... 528 

Off to the country 522 

Oh for a closer walk 435 

Old dance 242 

On San Francisco bay 436 

Onto the Kingdom 438 

Once again 437 

One by one 439 

O'Neill (T. ) Fifty years ago 292 

Open fountain. . . .' 440 

Orem (P. W.): 

At full tilt 165 

Chanson de Mariette 192 

Oslin ( s! J .y ' Home beyond* '..[[. 333 

Our la«t good-bve 442 

Over the hills .\ 443 

Over the sea 444 

Overman Kalorama march 370 

Palmer (J. M.) Who fell in the 

Alamo 562 

Peaceful slumber 445 

Peasants' dance 247 

Perwein (A.) Fort Dee Moines.. 295 
Piantodosi (A.) My fair Ken- 
tucky rose 417 

Pictures in the embers 446 

Pilgrim band 447 

Pilgrim's march 448 

Pioneer music pub. co. : 

Don't say goodbye to me 272 

Ever will I l)elieve thee true . 283 

I will teach him 345 

In the mountain 356 

In the valley 357 

Joyful tidings 365 

Just for my sake, May 368 

Just to say one last goodbye . 369 

I-overs (The) tryst 402 

My two loves and 1 426 

Pictures in the embers 446 

Sunn V Tennessee 507 

Thro'' all eterni tv 528 

When I sat by tfie river 556 

When you're away from me. . 559 

Playful pussy 450 

Playing at soldiers 523 

Playtime 520 



Plevel's hymn 450 

Pollain(F. ) Recueil d' exercises. 451 
Pollock (C. E.): 

Come home 225 

Jesus save me now 361 

Ponv (A) scamper 524 

Poof (The) bartender 452 

Porter (H. W.): 

Calm on Galilee 185 

Sing joyful songs 490 

Potter (B.) Katie 371 

Praeludien und fugen 385 

Praktische schule 482 

Prelude 215 

Presser (T.): 

Abide with me 251 

Atfull tilt 165 

Chanson de Mariette 192 

Dance among the leaves 254 

Dawn of love 256 

Fifty years ago 292 

Frogs' carnival 301 

Frost king 302 

Hunting pong 338 

Idle blossoms 348 

Jolly rover 362 

Lily of the valley 474 

Little sisters 396 

Playful pussy 449 

Silver bell 489 

Soldier boys 493 

Song of the wind 497 

Squirrels at play 500 

Summer is coming 506 

Tender memories 512 

Through the forest 529 

To); (The) house 536 

Twinkling stars 537 

Two golden butterflies 538 

Valse caprice 467 

Young farmers 568 

Princeton ( The ) Dutch man 453 

Processional march 220 

Proper (The'« time to talk about 

the weather 454 

Queen (The) of the Golden Gate. 455 

Rags and patches 456 

Rahter ( D. ) Furst Rostislau 299 

Rajah 374-380 

Rallying song 457 

Ramsdell (K. C. ) Adventurer 

march 157 

Ramsey (G. U.) Onto the King- 
dom'. 438 

Raxford(M.) San Francisco fire. 470 

Recueil d'exercises 451 

Reed (A. L. ) Dark in my path- 
way 255 

Reinecke ( C. ) Sonate no. 2 458 

Rieter-Biedermann (J.) Praelu- 
dien und jugen 385 

Remember Waterloo 546 

Remick (J. H.) On San Francinco 

bay 436 

Renaud (A.) Empire waltz 459 

Reverie du soir 181 



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INDEX 



Reynolds & co. : 

Noah'8 ark 430 

Proper (The) time to talk 454 

Rich ( M. ) My rose of yester-e'en . 460 

Richards ( A. )' San Francisco 469 

Ring the bells 461 

Roat (C. E.) music co. Stageland 

waltzes 501 

Romance 300 

Romanze in A dur 491 

Rosecrans (J. H.) Tm kneeling; 

at the uierv.y seat 352 

Rosenfeld (M. H.) What the 

phonograph said 563 

Roses, dear roses 462 

Rossiter ( \V.) • aptivatin' Sue, . . 189 
Ruffner (H. W.) Vesper hymn 

of prayer 463 

Ryder (T. P.): 

Clustering memories 198 

Moss rose 411 

PlevePs hymn 450 

Sacred love 464 

Sailing on 465 

Sailing over life's sea 466 

Salmon (A. G.) Valse caprice... 467 

San Francisco 469 

San Francisco (The) fire 470 

San Francisco (The) horror 472 

San Francisco, the fallen city .... 473 

San Francisco's great disaster 471 

Sanctus 468 

Sands (The) of Dee 323 

Sapellnikoff ( W.) Lily of the val- 
ley 474 

Saved through the blood of Christ. 475 

Scherzo-caprice 477 

Schirmer (G.): 

A ndante 169 

Chorale 170 

Danse d'etoiles 311 

DouglaR, tender and true 171 

Fairdaff(xiil8 264 

Finale 172 

How can I forget you 265 

Introduction and scherzo 173 

Nights of music 266 

Tc deum in A flat 429 

Te Deum laudamus 434 

Whe?) I am dead 492 

Schmidt (A. P.) Father, in thy 

mysterious presence 479 

Schmoll (A.): 

L-indler Styricn 476 

Scherzo-caprice 477 

Schoate (J. E. ): 

Cling to the Cross 197 

(Jod be merciful 369 

I will seek my father 344 

Let the Lord be praised 393 

Over the sea 444 

Schubert (F. ) Litanv 478 

Schuberth(K.) Songof the fairies. 363 
Scott ( B. ) : 

HuHh : little girls! 339 

:^Iolly dariing 409 

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Scott (C. P.) Father in thy mys- 
terious presence 479 

Screeching eagle 480 

Sears (3/r«. J. W.) Junior union. 367 

Sebel ist ( E. ) Death came at dawn . 259 

Sebren (A. B.): 

Are you waiting 162 

Oh for a closer walk 435 

There'll be joy 517 

They are coming 518 

Toiling for the Master 533 

Seek the Saviour's care 481 

Seidel ( E. ) Praktische schule ... 482 

Shall we meet 484 

Sheppard (J. H. ) Ship of salva- 
tion 488 

She's proud and she's beautiful. . . 486 
She is certainly a regular patriotic 

sis 485 

Sheppard (J. H.): 

Are you within the ark? 163 

Call for workers 184 

I'll be there 349 

I'm on my way 353 

I'm seeking a city 354 

One by one 439 

Rallying song 457 

Some happy day 495 

'Tis harvest tinie 531 

Well done 552 

Sherman (A. H.) When her ship 

comes sailing in 554 

Sherrefelt (O. P.) Fate of the 

sleeping city 288 

Shining way 487 

Ship ofsalvation 488 

Shrader (E. ) Love for which we 

wait 400 

Siegfried (M.) Emblem of Amer- 
ica 279 

Silverbell 489 

Sin^ joyful songs 490 

Sinigaglia (L. ) Romanze in A 

dur 491 

Sinn(C. E.): 

Broken bits 182 

Rags and patches 456 

Illinois march 351 

Sinn (IL W.): 

Broken bits 182 

Rags and j)atches 456 

Sir Walter Raleigh 510 

Sitzler (E. R.) 1 doau lub vo no 

mo ' 341 

Smith (G.) When I am dead.... 492 

Smith (J. W.) We shall sing.... 551 

Soldier bo vs 493 

Some day 494 

Some happy day 495 

Song of the fairies 363 

Song (The) of the river 525 

Song of the rose 496 

Song of the wind 497 

Source of calm repose 498 

Southern summer time 499 



INDEX 



IX 



Spear (H. ) Beautiful city of San 

Francieco 176 

Spenser ( W. ) Farewell, love 287 

Spink (G. A.) Bill Simmons, I've 

got to dance 178 

Squirrels at play 500 

Stageland waltzes 501 

Stars (The) , the stripes and you. . 502 

Steams (O. P.): 

My ideal's dream 420 

Sacred love 464 

Stebbins ( G. C. ) Sailing over life's 

sea 466 

Step together 504 

Steingraber verlag. Humoreske.. 275 

Stern (B. ) Screeching eagle 480 

Stevens (G. A.) Every daddy's 

girlie 284 

Stockwell {Mrs. W.) California 

earthquake 183 

Strobel (M. L. ) Do not forget me 270 
Sudds (W. F.) Just for the fun 

of it 505 

Suley (M. E. ) Evelyne 280 

Summer is coming 506 

Summers (T. B.) Lunar (The) 

swing 403 

Sunny Tennessee 507 

Sunset in Kentucky 508 

Sweet rest 509 

Talbot (H. ) Sir Walter Raleigh. . 510 

Taylor (R.) Falling (The) star . . 286 

Tell sinners salvation is free 511 

Tender memories 512 

Tennes ( C. S. ) Girl of the South . 308 

That beautiful heaven of light 513 

That is why 1 love her 514 

There I can sing 515 

There is joy 516 

There'll be joy 517 

They are coming 518 

Think of the loved ones that night. 519 

Thomas (J. B.): 

Poor (The) bartender 452 

Princeton (The) Dutchman .. 453 

Thompson (R. G.) : 

Comrades 520 

Marionettes (The) 521 

OfiE to the country 522 

Playing at soldiers 523 

Pony (AJ scamper 524 

Song of tne river 525 

Thome ( G. ) Song of the rose . . . 496 

Thoughtful moments romance 526 

Thoughts of leaving home 527 

Thriinen 263 

Thro' all eternity 528 

Through the forest 529 

Thy mercy sweet , . 530 

'Tis har\'e8t time 531 

To be in it, you must have an auto- 
mobile 632 

Toiling for the Master 533 

Totten (G. A. ) Dear old state of 

Indiana 257 

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Toura (F. E.) Little wild rose... 534 

Toy (The) house 535 

Tnnkaus (T. P.) & (G. J.) : 

BillSimmon8,rvegottodance- 178 

When love is young 567 

Tulips and pansies 536 

Tweedie (M. ) Home on the hill. 334 

Twinkling stars 537 

Two golden butterflies 538 

Unit^ hearts march 539 

University of Wooster. Winsome 

^^oofiter 564 
Unterdorfel (" R. H.) ' & ' Marl and 

( W. H. ) Autocrat waltzes 167 

Urbilnek (M.): 

JavaMWde 381 

Romance 300 

Ussery (M. D.) Keep me all the 

way 372 

Utendorfel (R. H.) Autocrat 

waltzes 167 

Valley chapel waltz 540 

Valse caprice 467 

Vandersloot music pub. co. Don't 

do that 271 

Vernon (J. D.) Comforter & 

guide 229 

Vesper (A) hymn of prayer 463 

Vincent music co. : 

Comrades 520 

The Marionettes 521 

Off to the country 522 

Playing at soldiers 523 

Pony (A) scamper 524 

Song of the river 525 

Vogue music pub. co. : 

CampFadette 186 

Yale ( The ) bull-dog 567 

Voice (The) of Jesus 541 

Vorseller (F.) Don't say goodbye 

tome 272 

Walters (J. W.) I'd give the 

world 347 

'Way back in old New^ England .. 544 

Waiting for the boatman 542 

Waiting till the train comes in . . . 543 

We are happy children 645 

We shall all rest together • 549 

We shall rise 650 

We shall sing 551 

Wedding procession 379 

Well done 552 

Wendel (H.) She is certainly a 

regular patriotic sis 486 

Wendt(T.) Remember Waterloo. 546 

We're going home 548 

WV re the gnomes 380 

West (J. W.) Lord is beckoning. 398 

What the phonograph said 553 

Wheeler (J.) Stars (The), the 

stripes and you 502 

Wheelock (M. H.) Martyred 

(The) queen 404 

Wnen her ship comes sailing in . . 654 

When I am dead 492 

When I met dat gal of mine 655 



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When I eat by the river with you. 556 

When love is young 657 

When you're acquainted in gay 

Paree". 558 

When you're away from me 559 

Which one shall we marry 560 

Whispering hope waltz 561 

White (8.) Die awful face of 

mine 269 

White-Smith music pub. co. : 

Clustering memories 198 

Heavenward bound 328 

Lakeside waltz 384 

Last kiss 389 

Leading star 390 

Lilies of the lake 395 

Moss roee 411 

Pleyel's hymn 450 

Song of the rose 496 

Thy mercy sweet 530 

Who fell in the Alamo 562 

Will you come 563 

Williams (E.S.): 

Adventurer march 157 

Tulips and pansies 536 

Williams (F. A.) : 

Dance among the leaves 254 

Hunting song 338 

Squirrels at play 500 

Through the forest 529 

Dawn of love 256 

Jubilate Deo 366 

Wilson ( G. R ) lakeside waltz . . 384 

Wilson (L B.): 

Fear thou not 289 

Worship the Lord 566 

Wilson (J. T. ) Shining way .... 487 



Winsome Wooster 564 

With dawn comes death 565 

Witmark (M.) & sons: 

fiill Simmons, I've got to 

dance 178 

Lota's chant 399 . 

Love me, and the world is 

mine 401 

Stars (The), the stripes and 

you 502 

That is why I love her 514 

When love is young 557 

Wood (B. T.) music co.: 

Give ear to my prayer 316 

Holy Ix>rd God 317 

Lora (The) is my shepherd .. 187 

Vesper hymn of prayef 463 

Woodward (Willis) A co. : 

At the httle rustic bridge .... 166 
She is certainly a regular 

patriotic sis 485 

Worship the Lord 566 

Wright (F. C.) Yale (The) bull- 
dog 567 

Yale (The) bull-dog 567 

Yeager ( W. D. ) My two loves and 

1 426 

York (J. A.) Journeying pilgrim. 364 

Young ( L. D. ) Osceola 441 

Young tanners 568 

Youngs (C. ri.) Doomed by the 

Golden Gate 273 

Zimmermann (J. H.): 

Chant d'automne 391 

Marsch det Wojewoden 410 

2« gavotte 191 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONORES8 OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
5m CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 666, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ho. 7 

August 16, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. Titles beginning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the same. 
Information contained in the title is not repeate^i in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading ''Words by/' ''Music 
by '* are to be understood as songs. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc., score; full sc, full score; voc. 
sc., vocal score; pf. sc, pianoforte sc. ; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace., accom- 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To save space the copvright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, " Copyright by Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. Class 
C, XXc. no. 993Q8, July 22. 1905: 2 copies received July 22, 1906." 



Aerofls the fair blue liills, Marie; words and 
music by Frank O. French. 669 

f*,5p. 

Marcus Witmark A sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 99303, July 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
22 1905. 

AeroM the sea; words and music by Agnes 
Learycraft. 570 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125514, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Aet (An) of merit; mltrch for piano by 
Ernst Camp. 67*1 

f®, ."> p. 

Ernst Camp, Stockton, Cal. C 125856, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Adams {Mrs. Crosby) 

Four lullabies for voice and piano. 
Love*8 lullaby; Indian lullaby; words by 
Edith Hope Kinney; Hush-a-bve song, 
Slumber nong; words by Anna ll. Wood- 
ruff, op. 15. 672 

f, various pAging 

Clavton F. Summy co., Chicago, 111. 
C 125896-125899, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 19, 1906. 

Adams (Stephen) 

Good masters, if in love ye be; song 
no. 2 in C, words by Fred. E.' Weatherlv. 

678 

Boosey A oo., Ix>ndon, England. C 
125791, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 



Ain*t yon coming back to old Hew Hamp- 
shire, Molly; words by Robert F. 
Roden, music by J. FreU Helf. 674 
f°. 6p. 

Helf A Hager co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 125857, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 19Q6. 

Alice : words by Doras Hugh, music by 
Lea Carleton. Pioneer music pub. 
CO., Chicago. 676 

f°. 6p. 

Doras Hugh, United States. C 125815, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

All I need; [words and music]. by Chas. 
P. Jones. 676 

leaf. 

C. P. Jones, Nashville, Tenn. C 125948, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

All wise chickens follow me; words by 
Henry S. Creamer, music by T. Le- 
monier. 677 

f°. 6 p. 

Archer & Lemonier, New York, N. Y. 
C 126021, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Amasoni; petite polonaise; J. Ernest 
Philie. 678 

f°. 6 p; pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125503, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

America the beantifnl ; [words] by Kath- 
arine Lee Bates, [music] by Chas. M. 
Fillmore. 679 

leaf. 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 126068, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American loeiety two step. R. Goerdeler. 

580 

8°, unp; orch. pte. 

Theodore Prepeer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125498, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Anoel (Louis) 

Ave Maria; pour chant avec accomp. 
de piano ou oiyue et violin ad lib., po^»e 
de Ant. Roque, Paris. 681 

t°, 7 p; 8C. and v. pt. 

Hachette & cie., Paris, France. C 
125471, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Angelina Beraphine; words and music by 
Maude McFerran Price. 682 

f°. 5 p. 

Maude McFerran Price, Colorado 
Springs, Colo. C 122868, June 5, 1906; 2 
c. July 9, 1906. 

Animal (The) King; [music by] Manuel 
Klein. 588 

f», »p. 

Marcus Witmark & eons, New York, 
N. Y. C 91349, Mar. 24, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Beoueci (Smaato) 

Adorable, suite de valses; op. 289, rid- 
uzione per piccola orchestra di Guido 
Naldoni, pianoforte ad lib. (Intermezzi 
musical^ n. 315. ) 584 

4**, puj. 

C 125489, July 16, 1906. 

Nasi Rossi polka; riduzione per pic- 
cola orchestra di Guido Naldoni, piano- 
forte ad lib. (Intermezzi musicali n. 
314. ) 585 

4° pt8. 

C 125488, July 16, 1906. 

Onde tranquille; Valzer Boston, op. 
298, riduzione, ^r piccola orchestra di 
Guido Naldoni, pianoforte ad lib. ( Inter- 
mezzi musical! n. 316.) 686 

4°. pta. 

C 125490, July 16, 1906. 

Reti d*amore mazurka; op. 299, ridu- 
zione per piccola orchestra di Guido Nal- 
doni, pianoforte ad lib. (Intermezzi mu- 
sit-ali n. 317.) 687 

4°. pt8. 

C 125491, July 16, 1906. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. 2 c. of 
each July IG, 1906. 

Berwald (W.) 

Give ear to my prayer, O God; sacred 
song in F, piano ace. [words from] psalm 
55. 588 

f^7p. 

C 125668, July 17, 1906. 



Berwald (W.)— Continued. 

Give ear to my prayer, O God; sacred 
song in D, piano ace. [words from] psalm 
55. 589 

,f°.7p. 

C 125669, July 17, 1906. 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt; words by Jane 
Borth wick. (Octavo series trio, women's 
voices, no. 319.) 590 

8°. 4 p. 

C 125572, July 16, 1906. 

Tarry with me, O my Saviour; words 
by Mrs. C. L. Smith. ('Sacred octavo ed. 
Mixed voices no. 721.) 591 

8°. 7 p. 

C 125570, July 16, 1906. 

Thine forever God of love; words by 
Mary F. Maude. (Sacred oct ed. 
Mixed voices no. 720. ) 59S 

8°. 7 p. 

C 125571, July 16. 1906. 

Arthur P Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each July 16, 1906. 

BiM]ioff(J. W.) 

I lone for you; song with piano aoc., 
words by Walter Learned. Hoprano or 
tenor in G. 598 

f°,5p. 

C 125568, July 16, 1906. 

Summer (The) wind; song with piano 
ace, words by Arthur Learned. Soprano 
or tenor in A flat. 594 

f'.sp. 

C 125567, July 16, 1906. 

Teach me, Lord; sacred song in D, 
words from Psalms CXIX. 595 

f°,7p. 
C 125566, July 16, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c 
of each July 16, 1906. 

Bnnning (Herbert) 

Summer (A) serenade; song no. 1 in G, 
words by Augusta Hancock. New 
York, Boosey & co. 596 

f°. 7 p. 

C 125602, July 17, 1906. 

Where dewdrops sleep; song no. 1 in 
D flat, words by Hilda Hammond- 
Spencer. New York, Boosey & co. 

697 

f*'. 7 p. . 

C 125603, July 17, 1906. 

P^noch <& sons, London, England. 2 c. 
of each July 17, 1906. 



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Chevalier (Harold) 
Thoughts and fancies, no. 2 in E flat. 

f9. 6 p, pf . 

J. fi. Cramer <& co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125925, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 
21, 1906. 

Child's happineei; rondoletto for piano by 
Kasper Kiel. 59*0 

f.Sp. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125675, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Cinderella at the ball; by Herm. Num- 
herg, op. 71, no. 9. 000 

f>, 3 p, pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125894, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Clarke (Bobert Coaingsby) 

Some dream country; song, words by 
Hilda Hammond -Spencer, no. 1 in G. 
no. 2 in B flat. no. 3 in C. 001 

t°, 4 p. 

J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125922-125924, July 21, 1906; 2 
c. each Julv 21, 1906. 

Cole (BoMotter 0.) 

Tell uie where is fancy bred; song, op. 
23 no. 1 for mezzo-sop. or bar. [words 
by] William Shakespeare. 602 

fo,6p. 

C 125672, July 17, 1906. 

When Thou art nigh; sons, op. 23 no. 
2 for soprano or tenor, [words by] 
Thomas Moore. 608 

«°.6p. 

C 125671, July 17, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each Julv 16, 1906. 

Bear old Jertey; words by Wade Maxwell, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music co. 804 

F, 5 p. 

Wade Maxwell, Newton, N. J. C 
122374, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

]>ear old Hew England town; song by 
Horace Y. Ware. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 605 

f°, 5p. 

Horace Y. Ware, United States. C 
125761. July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Dear old Bivertide; waltz song, words and 
music by Henry von Metzkc. 608 

f>.5p. 

Fox mas. co., Boston, Mass. C 123091, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 



Dear old yankee-land; words by Paul West, 
music by John W. Bratton. 807 

f^ 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 97684. June 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

DeKoven (Seginald) 

Songs of childhood; verses by Eugene 
Field. 1. Little-Oh-Dear. 2. Orkney 
lullaby. 3. Fiddle-dee-dee. 4. Nightfall 
in Dordrecht 5. Swing high and swing 
low. 808 

r>, 5, 7, 6, 7, 7 p. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 126011-126015, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 23, 1906. 

Denied (A) marriage, [words and music] 
by Mrs. Gilbert G. Moe. Success 
music CO., Chicago. 609 

fo, 5 p. 

Mrs. G. G. Moe, United States. C 
125718, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Denisty (G.) 

Mon ^toile; ( Stella mia,) valse lente. 

810 

4° orch., pte. 

E. Demets, Paris, France. C 126123, 
July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

DeYiUe (Paul) 

Eclipse (The) self instructor for clari- 
net. 611 

4°, p. 69. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. A 
150027, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Diamond (The) in the crown; [words and 
music] by Mrs. Alice Thaxton. Chi- 
cago, The Success music co. 618 

f°.5p. 

Alice Thaxton, Malone, Tex. C 118752, 
Apr. 9, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. 

Did yon ever have a ghost for a pal; words 
by William E. Wright, music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 818 

F, 6p. 

Wm. E. Wright, Chester Springs, Pa. 
C 123048, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Di Lasso (Orlando) 

Hodie apparuit in Israel; fur Sstimmi- 
gen miinnerchor. (Altklassische weih- 
nachtschore no. 1 . ) 814 

8°, 8C. (8 p.) Apts. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125594, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Dixie blossoms; march and two step, by 
Percy Wenrich. 615 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

Jerome H. Remick & co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 125459, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 



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Snwemoy (AlphonM) 

Fantaisie; pour piano et orchestre, 
reduction pour deux pianos. 616 

f°, 169 p. 

H eugel et cie, Paris, France. C 1 26026, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Earthquake (The) city of San Franoiaoo; 
words and music by LouelLa Peacock 
Chesnutt. 617 

f», 5p. 

H. M. Chesnutt. C 125851, July 19, 
1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Bden (Bobert) 

The tiger; song, words by Fred. E. 
Weatherly. no. 2 in D. 618 

f°. 7 p. 

Klkin & CO., London, England. C 
126042, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Bden eohoes; song book for all the 
services of the sanctuary, by Emmett 
S. Dean, Jae. B. Franklin and others. 
The trio mu:^ic co., Wai-o, Tex. 619 

8**, imp., nos. 168. 

E. S. Dean & vS. W. Wesley, Waco, Tex. 
A 140801, Mar. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Bggeling (Georg) 

50 melodic etudes in all the major and 
minor keys for the pianoforte, op. 122 
book 1 (Iviition Schmidt no. 109 A.) 

4°, 85 p. 

book 2. (Edition Schmidt no. 

109 B. ) 620 

40 31 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Masn. 
C 125609 & 125610, July 17, 1906. 2 c. 
of each July 16, 1906. 

Fredly (A.) 

Aube d'amour; valse lente pour orches- 
tre avec piano cond. 621 

HO, ])tH. 

C 126031, July 23, 1906. 

Veille d'amour; valsc lente pour or- 
chestre avec ])iano cond. 622 

H*?. pts. 

C 126032, July 23, 1906. 
Heugd et cie, PariB, France. 2 c. of 
each July 23, 1906. 

Trej (Emile) 

Scherzo; pour le piano. 823 

f°. 7 p. 

Diiraiid & tili?, Parin, France. G 120109, 
July 25, Um-, 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Frisco (The) earthquake; Hong by Ktlie 
Waller. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 624 
f°. ft p' 

Effie Waller. United States. C 125711, 
Julv 16, 190n; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Omynor (Jeetie L.) 

First pedal studies for the piano. 886 
4« 9 p. 
A 150064, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Miniature melodies for the young pian- 
ist. 828 

40. 19 p. 

A 150166. July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 
1906. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Oregh (Louis) 

Valse bercce; valse lente, orchestre, 
piano-conducteur op. 104. 827 

8°, pta. 

Louis (Tregh, Paris, France. C 125612, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Herman (Beinkold L.) 

Ple.ading; trio, English version by 
R. L. n. (Octavo series women's voices 
no. 318.) 628 

4«sc., 4 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125497, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Hermits (The) in Spain; a nmsical com- 
edy in three acts, libretto by Nonnan 
C. McLoud and Maximilian Foster, 
lyricH by Nonnan C. Mclxmd, score 
by Albert Rees Davis and others. 

629 

4°. 84 p., voc. seleotions. pf. aco. 

Hermit club co., Cleveland, Ohio. C 
122731, May 25, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Hero's sacrifice; dirge, by Geo. D. Bam- 
ard. 880 

8°, unp., band pt«. 

C. L. Barnhouse, 0.*jkal()0.«a, Iowa. C 
125555, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I believe it; [words and music] by Chas. 
P. Jone.s. 881 

leaf 

(\ P. Jones, Na.Mhville, Tenn. C 125946, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

I could make yon marry me for that. Stop 
yonr fooling; words and niusic by 
John T. Kellv. 882 

f° 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 109244, Dec. 11, HK)5; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

I don't know what it is bnt I think it's very 
nice; words and munic by Arthur A. 
Penn. 888 

f°. ^ p. 

Marcus Witmark & g«ms, New York, 
N. Y. C 97635, June 21, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



95 



I little dreamed of the terrible doonii song 
by Pansy Putnam. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 684 

Pansy Putnam, United States. C 
125751, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I love yon, only yon; words by £. Sanford 
Conyers, music by Metropolitan 
mneic co. New York, Melville 
music pub. oo. 685 

F, 5p. 

E. Sandford CJonyers, New York, N. Y. 
C 122801, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Kape (Karl) 

Alsatian ; Berlin polka. ( Boosey & co's 
brass and reed band journal, no. 451.) 
London, Boosey & co., 686 

4^. band pts. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126041, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Kathleen; words by George Washington 
Daniel, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 

687 

f°. 5p. 

G. W. Daniel, United States. C 
125549, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Keep on praying; revival song, words by 
F. W. Vandersloot, music by Mabel 
F. Gobi. 688 

8®, unp. 

Vandersloot music pub. co., VVilliaras- 
port, Pa. C 126122, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. 

Kerker (Onstave) 

Tourist (The); selection arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus. 689 

f°, 15 p., pf. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
125649. July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



Lederer (BeuS) 
Le bourdon ; pour violon et piano. 

«®. 7 p. 
C 126037, July 23, 1906. 



640 



Scenes de la Csdrda; pour violon et 
piano. 641 

C 126035, July 23, 1908. 

Scenes de la Cssirda; pour violon et 
piano. 642 

P. 7 p. 

C 126036, July 23, 1906. 

L. Grus & CO., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each July 23, 1906. 



Love me and the world if mine; by Ernest 
R. Ball, arr. for military band by W. 
0. 0*Hare. Solo trombone, solo cor- 
net. 648 

8P, pts. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 126051-126052, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Love me! love me my sweet May; [words] 
G. F. Howell, [music] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. 644 

f. 6p. 

G. F. Howell, United Btates. C 125543, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Love*! conqneat waltiet; by Glenn W. 
Asbleigh. 646 

f°. 7 p., pf. 

Victor Xremer co., Chicago 111. C 
126162, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Lover's consolation; meditation for piano, 
by Geo. L. Spaulding. 646 

f°, unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 125933, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Lover's lane; words and air of refrain by 
A. Walton, arr. by Bernard Doyle. 

647 

f°.7p. 

Knight bros., London, England. C 
125989, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Ln-Ln-Lncretia; wordn by Benj. 'F. Bar- 
nett, music by Ernest R. Ball. 646 
r. 5 p. 

Marcus WMtmark & 8oh.«, New York, 
N. Y. C 105716, Oct. 27, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Lnllaby; words by Mrs. J. H. Dallas, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

649 
i°, 3 p. 

J. H. Dallas, Meriden, Conn. C 122802, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

McGinty march and two-itep; by Inez Mar- 
tin. Chicago, Success music co. 

650 

1», 5 p., pf. 

Inez Martin, United Staten. C 125749, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Moore (William) 

The dairy maids; lancern on melodies 
by Paul A. Rubens and Frank E. Tours, 
arr. by Leonard Williams, full orch. 
(CImppell & co.'s orchestral journal) 661 

4°, pts. 

C 126086, July 24, 1906. 



96 



GATALOOUK OF COPYRIGHT SNTBIE8 



Jloore (WUluun) —Continued. 

The girl behind the counter; lancers 

on melodies by Howard Talbot, arr. by 

Leonard Williams, full orchestra. ( Chap- 
pell & co's orchestral journal. ) 652 

4P, pis. 

C 126088, July 24, 1906. 

2 c. of each July 24, 1906. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. 

Heidlingar ( W. H. ) 

After; song with piano ace. for medium 
voice; poem by Frank L. Stanton. 968 

C 125662, July 17, 1906. 

Jesta-wearvin' feryou; song with piano 
ace. for a meclium voice, poem by Frank 
L. Stanton. 654 

C 126096, July 24, 1906. 

Who knows? song with piano ace. for a 
medium voice, poem by Franz Christau. 

655 

f.4p. 

C 126096, July 24, 1906. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 2 c. of 
each July 16, 1906. 

Hoble (T. Tertiut) 
Romance; for the violin. 656 

f=>.7p. 

Frederick Harris CO., London, England. 
C 125919, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 

Horria (Homer A.) 

Cradle song; Rockabye babie, trio, 
words by H. Butterworth, arr. by Frank 
Lynesohr, women's voices. (Arthur P. 
Schmidt's octavo edition) 657 

4° 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125881, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Houhika; Indian intermezzo two step, bv 
W^ilfrid Beaudry. 659 

fo. 6 p., pf. 

Wilfre<i Beaudrv, Quebec, Canada. C 
126110, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Nowhere to lay my head; woniti and music 
by Sarah Haggard Payne. 659 

fo,6p. 

S. H. Payne, Ivos Angeles, Cal. C 
125795, July 19, 1906; 2 c.'July 19, 1906. 

precioaa flood; [words by] A. A. P. 
[music by] Geo. C. Stebbins. 660 
leaf 

Geo. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125801, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 



pretty Polly San; words by John Oliver 
La Joyce, mueic by Philip Lee 
Scantling. 661 

F,6p. 

Marcua Witmark <& sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110265, Dec 22, 1905; 2 c July 
17, 1906. 

ainner oome home; [words and music] 
by F. M. Atkinson. 662 

leaf' 

F. M. Atkinson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125938, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Oehmler (Leo) 

Pleasant lesson hours; six little dances 
for the pianoforte, both hands in the 
treble clei. op. 76. 1. Playing soldiers. 
2. The gipsy girl; petite valse. 3. A lolly 
time; polketta. 4. Hans and Gretchen; 
schottische. 5. The passing parade. 6. 
Fairy of the dance. 666 

t°, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6 p. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125888-125893, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 20, 1906. 

Oh here oomea papa'a engine; words by 
Delia Rock Anderson, music by John 
Martin. Chicago, Weber & North 
music pub. co. 664 

f«. 2p. 

Delia Rock Anderson, Fresno Flats, 
Cal. C 126061, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Oh proolaim the reanrreotlon; [music] 
Marion E. Richardson. 665 

fo, 3p. 

Marion E. Richanlsou, United States. 
C 125553, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Oh tell me birda of spring; [words] Belle 
Bryant [music] J. P. Williams. 666 

f*». 6p. 

Pioneer mus. publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. C 125526, July 16, 1906; 2 c. 
July 16, 1906. 

Oh 'til joy to be home; words and music 
by Rev. Patrick Walsh. 667 

4°. 3 p. 

Patrick Walsh, Louisville, Ky. C 
124836, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Oklahoma oity; song with waltz chorus. 
Words by James O. Davis, music by 
John W.' Reams. 666 

Davis & Reams, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
C 120^32, May 8, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Old (The) black mammy; wonls by M. B. 
Wharton, music by Charles Wads- 
worth Russ. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 669 

f°, 5 p. 

M. B. Wharton, Eufaula, Ala. C 
123791, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



97 



Old Fort de Ftuim; [words and music] by 
D. H. Wallen. Chicago, Success 
mnsic co. 670 

D. H. Wallen, UnitedStates. C 126731, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Old (The) home on the hill; words by 
Mrs. J. L. Hannah, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 671 
f*. 5p. 

Mrs. J. L. Hannah, Sherwood, Va. C 
122798, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Please mama stay with me; words and 



music by Frank Leonard Eager. 

g- 
672 



Springfield, Mass., A. H. Goetting. 



l«, 6p. 

Frank Leonard Eager, Waterbury, 
Conn. C 122077, May 25, 1906; 2 c. June 
27, 1906. 

Fraetoriuf (Hieh.) 

Gebor'n \st der Emanuel; fur 8 stim- 
migen gemiechten chor, bearb. von Carl 
Hirsch. (AltklassischeWeihnachtschore 
no. 4. ) 678 

8*. 3 p., ic. 

C 125697, July 17,1906. 

Gebor'n ist (lOttes scjhnelein; fur 4 
stimmigen frauenchor, bearb. von Carl 
Hirsch. (Altklaraische Weihnachtsch5re 
no. 2.) 674 

8°, unp., sc. 

C 125595, July 17, 1906. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. 2 c. 
of each July 17, 1906. 

Prairie queen maiurka; E. D. Goldby, 
mandolin. 676 

fo unp. 

E. D. Goldby. C 125632, July 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Pretty 8ne; [music by] Samuel G. Tem- 
ple. 676 

P*. 5p. 

Pioneer mu«. publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. C 125519, July 16, 1906; 2 c. 
Julv 16, 1906. 

Baymond (Lilian) 

Mr. Hicks of New York; two step arr. 
by J. Ord Hume. (Boosey & co*s brass 
and reed band journal, no. 451.) 677 

Booflev & CO., London, England. C 
126038, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Baymead (Balph) 

I told my love; words by William 
Blake. 678 

F, 6 p. , band pts. 

Lublin A co., London, England. C 
125836, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 



Befage; sacred march, by C. L. Barn- 
house. 679 
8P, band pts. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
126656, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Bepeating loven; noveltv song, words by 
H. S. Price, music by Jack Burnett. 
Erie, Pa. Erie music pub. co. 680 

F.Sp. 

H. S. Rice, Siegfried, Pa. C 122996, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Bez walties; by M. R. Walker. 681 

8^, band pts. 

J. W. York & sons, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. C 125584, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
16, 1906. 

Bonifean (8amnel) 

Panis Angelicus; pour baryton, chant 
et piano. 688 

f°.3p. 

Heugel et cie, Paris, France. C 126029, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Behmidt'f coUeotion of laored longf for 
high voice; 21 selected songs. (Edi- 
tion Schmidt no. 112) 688 

fo, OJ p. 

C 126059, July 23, 1906. 

low voice; 18 selected songs. (Edi- 
tion Schmidt no. 114.) 684 
F, 85 p. 
C 126060, July 23, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each July 23, 1906. 

8chalken (H.) 

Grande marche de concert; op. 68. 
Milwaukee, Kaun & Bluemel music co. 

686 

f9,9p., pf., four hands. 

William A. Kaun music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. C 126024, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Soott (Charles P.) 

Peace (The) of Thy children; trio, 
(Octavo series, women's voices no. 322.) 

686 

4®, 8C.. 4 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125569, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

8oott (Cyxil) 

Blackbird's Hong; composed for voice 

and pianoforte, words by Rosamund 

Marriott Watson, op. 52, no. 3. No. 1 

in D. 687 

F,7p. 

C 126045, July 23, 1906. 

A roundel of rest; composed for voice 
and pianoforte, words bv Arthur Symons. 
op. 52, no. 2. No. 1 in'C. 688 

f<». 6 p. 

C 126043, Julv 23, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Soott (Cyril) — Continued. 

A song of London; composed for voice 
and pianoforte, words by Rosamund Mar- 
riott Watson, op. 52, no. 1. No. 1 in E 
minor. 689 

f°, 7 p. 

C 126044, July 23, 1906. 

Elk in & CO., London, England. 2 c. of 
each July 23, 1906. 

Belma; words and music by J. Oliver 
Jacobeon. Lowry, Minn., The 
Oliver- Erlan music co. 690 

fo. 5 p. 

J. 0. Jacolwon, Lowry, Minn. C 
125587, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

Shaokley (Frederick H.) 

Tarry with me, O my Saviour; sacred 
song [in A] ' 691 

19, 5 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125883, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Tell the congregation where yonWe been; 
[words] Dennis McDowell, [mu.«'ic] 
Eugene Kaeuffer. 692 

f°. 6p. 

Pioneer mus. publishing com pan v, Chi- 
cago, 111. C 125524, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. 
July 16, 1906. 

Temptation dance; by P. F. Danuu. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. 698 
f°. 5p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Maes. C 125911, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

That dear old ■onthem home; words and 
music bv I^rena Whitmore. 694 

m 

f°, iinp. 

\V. E. Turner, New York, X. Y. C 
124705, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

That ii yon and thii ii me: words and 
music by Loren M. Horton. 696 

fo, 5 p. 

Loren M. Horton, Los Angeles, Cal. 
C 125457, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, UK)6. 

That will be glory snfflcient for me; [words 
and music] by Ohas. P. Jones, chonis 
by Mrs. Jno. T. Benson. 696 

leaf 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125953, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

That window in the skies: [won Is] bv 
C. H. (Tootee [music] by Mrs. \V. }i. 
Lvon. 697 

lORf * 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125943, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

That's the reason I love yon; words by 
Austin W. Stults, music by Arthur 
A. Penn. * 698 

P, leaf 

Metropolitan nius. co. C 12ri323, Julv 
11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 



Thayer (Arthur) 

Lord (The* is in His holy temple; 
(Sacred oct. ed. mixed voices, ho. 726) 

699 

8°. 7 p. 

C 126573, July 16, 1906. 

March on, ye soldiers true; hymn by 
E. 8. A rmitage. ( 8acred octavo ed . m i xed 
voices no. 727. ) 700 

8o. 11 p. 

125574, July 16, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 
c. of each July 16, 1906. 

There's a room to rent in my heart for yon; 
words by Harry L. Newton, music by 
Hampton Durand. 701 

f°, unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 125934, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

There's redemption fall and free; [words 
and ma«ic] by J. B. Blackburn. 702 

leal 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125940, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

They shall see His face; [words by] T. J. 
Campbell; [music by] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. Pioneer music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 708 

fo. 3p. 

T. J. C^ampl)ell, United ^States. C 
125818, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

This is how I do: sonj? from ''The Sho- 
gun," words by Geo. Ade, music by 
CJuHtav Lutiers! 704 

fMip. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 108774, Dec. 6, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 

This musical wife of mine; [words by] Geo. 
W. Hall; [music by] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. Pioneer music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 706 
fo. ftp. 

Geo. W. Hall, United States. C 125822. 
July 19, 190(5; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Thompson (Jack) 

My violet; song. 706 

F. r> p. 

Lublin & CO., London, England. C 
125835, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Thon art the night; song, verses by Estelle 
Bradbury Kimball, musical setting 
by William Ix)well Brown. 707 

P. r> p. 

C. W. Thomi)son & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125678, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



99 



Thoughts of fhe homeward tillage, words 

by Thomas H. Brooks, music by 

\] etropolitan music co. New York, 

Mel vine music pub. co. 708 

r>,6p. 

Thomas H. Brooks, Pittsburg. Pa. C 
122804, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Through Ioyo, pure loye; [son^] by Mrs. 
J. E. Barrett. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 709 

F,4p. 

Mr$, J. £. Barrett, United States. C 
125735, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Till Jeiof eomes; [words and music] by 
Mrs. J. T. Benson. 710 

leaf 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125955, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Time (The) the old oow died. Words by 
J. W. Ck>ombes, munic by Metropol- 
itan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 711 
1**, op. 

J. W. Coombes, Hecla, Nebr. C 
123040, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

*Tii Jetni* blood that savef; [words and 
music] by J. B. Blackburn. 712 

leaf 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125941, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

To an abeeat lover; music by Edwin Ellis 
Macy. Chicago, Success music co. 

718 

F, 4 p., song 

E. E. Macy, United States. C 125707, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

To teaeh the yonng idea how to ihoot; from 
the '*Sho-gun," words by George 
Ade, music by Gustav Luders. 714 
f°. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 108773, Dec. 6, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Toodles; or, The White House dog; music 
by J. E. Gooche. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 716 

f*. 6 p., song 

Mrs. J. E. G. Henderson, United States. 
C 125746, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Tours (Frank E.) 

The lilacs; song, words by Percy Pink- 
erton. 716 

F.6p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126087, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



Waldtenfel (Smile) 
Babil; mazurka pour piano. 717 

f°.7p. 

C 1254^5, July 16, 1906. 

Coeur ^ coeur; valzer pour piano. 718 

f*'. n p. 

C 125464, July 16, 1906. 

Extase d'amour; valzer pour piano. 

719 

i*'.9p. 

C 125466, July 16, 1906. 

Meditation; valzer pour piano. 780 

f° 10 p. 

C 125467, July 16, 1906. 
Menuet r^gence; pour piano. 721 

f°. 6 p. 
C 125468, July 16, 1906. 

Pans printemps; polka-marche pour 
piano. 788 

f°. 6 p. 

C 125469, July 16, 1906. 

Premiere joie; valzer pour piano. 788 
f°. 11 p. 

C 125470, July 16, 1906. 

SocietA Italiana di fonotipia, Milano, 
Italy. 2 c. of each, July 16, 1906. 

Yale bine ribbons; characteristic two-step, 
by Leo Friedman. New Y'^ork, 
Tyro music co. 784 

f°. 6 p.. pf. 

Thos. E. McGuiness, New York, N. Y. 
C 124834, June 22, 1906; 2 c. Ju.ly 18, 1906. 

Yebar-Eaer. 

Parfum d'aniour; valselente, orchestras 
par F. I). Marchetti, piano conducteur. 

780 

8°, ptn. 

G. Parmentier, Paris, France. C 125614, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Zardo (N.) 

Polonese; for voice and piano, com- 
po8e<l by Puccita, English words by Dr. 
W. H. Cummings. 786 

f°. 7 p. 

C 125926, July 21, 1906. 

Ros»e of my garden; song, words by 
E. Tetchemacher, No. 1 in E flat. 787 

f°, 6 p. 

C 125928, July 21, 1906. 

Were 1 but a flower; song, words by 
E. Teschemacher, No. 1 in E flat. 788 

f*'. 4 p. 

C 125927, July 21, 1906. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. 2 c. of each, July 21, 
1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
Bince Jan. 1, 1906 14,79d 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all those compositions entered 
under the authors in the Catalogue and author references to all those compositions 
entered under the titles in the Catalogue. In the case of an author reference, the 
title follows the name of the author. 

The Ficores refer to Uie Heavy-faced N am bera following th« TtUes In Uie 

Catalosne. 



Adorable 584 

After 653 

Alsatian 636 

Anderson ( D. R. ) Oh, here comes 

papa's engine 664 

Archer A Lemonier. All wise 

chickens 577 

Ascherberg, Hop wood <& Crew: 

Polonese 726 

Rose of my garden 727 

Were I but a flower 728 

Ashleigh (G. W.) Love's con- 

Quest waJtzes 645 

Atkinson ( F. M. ) O sinner, come 

home 662 

Aubed* Amour 621 

Babil 717 

Ball(£. R.): 

Love me 643 

Lu-Lu-Lucretia 648 

Barnard (G. D. ) Hero's sacrifice. 630 

Bamhouse (C. L.): 

Hero's sacrifice 630 

Refuge 679 

Barrett (Mrs. J. £. ) Through love. 709 

Bt«udry (W.) Nouhika 658 i 

Benson (J. T.): 

That will be glory 696 ' 

Thatwindow 697 i 

There's redemption 702; 

Till Jesus comes 710 I 

'Tis Jesus' blood 712 

Blackbird's song 687 

Blackburn (J. B.): 

There's redemption 702 

'Tis Jesus' blood 712 

Booeey & co. : 

Good masters 573 I 

Mr. Hicks 677 : 

Bourdon (Le) 640 I 

Bratton (J. L.) Dear old Yankee- I 

land 609 ! 

Brooks (T. H.) Thoughts of the I 

homeward village 708 . 



Brown (W. L.) Thou art the 

night 707 

Burnett (J.) Repeating lovers... 681 

Camp ( E.) Act of merit 571 

Campbell (T. J.) They shall see 

His face 708 

Carleton (L.) Alice 675 

Chappell <& CO. : 

Dairymaids 651 

Girl behind the counter 652 

The lilacs 716 

ChesnuU (H. M.) Earthquake 

city 617 

Church (J.) CO.: 

First pedal studies 625 

Miniature melodies 626 

Songs of childhood 604 

Coeur A coeur 718 

Conyers ( E. 8. ) I love you, only 

you 635 

Coombes (J. W.) Time the old 

cow died 711 

Cradle song 657 

Cramer (J. B.) & co.: 

Some dream country 601 

Thoughts and fancies 598 

Csdrda 641 

Dairvmaids 651 

Dallas ( J. H. ) Lullaby 649 

Dam m ( P. F. ) Tem ptation dance . 693 

Daniel ( G. W. ) Kathleen 637 

Davis (A. R, ) Hermits in Spain . 629 

Davis <& Reams. Oklahoma city.. 668 

Dean (E. 8.) Eden echoes 619 

Dean & Wesley (S. W.) Eden 

echoes 619 

Demets ( E.')' ' Mon ^ioile ...W.V. 61 1 

Doyle (B. ) Lovers' lane 647 

Durand ( H. ) There's a room 701 

Durand <fe fils. Scherzo 623 

Eager (F. L. ) Please, mama, stay 

with me 672 

Eamest-Philie (J.) Amazons 578 

Eclipse self-instructor for clarinet. 605 

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II 



INDEX 



Elkin fii CO. : 

Blackbird's song 687 

Roundel of rest 688 

Songof London 689 

Tigersong 618 

Enoch <& sons: 

Summer serenade 596 

Where dewdrops sleep 597 

Evans ( W. A . ) Temptation dance . 693 

Extaae d'amonr 719 

Fairv of the dance 663 

FidJle-dee-dee 604 

Fillmore (C. M.) America, the 

beautiful 579 

Fillmore bros. co. America, the 

beautiful 579 

First pedal studies for the piano . . 625 

Fischer (C.) Eclipee self-instructor 605 

Forberg (R.): 

(lebor^n iet der Emanuel 673 

Gebor'n ist Gottes »")hnelein . 674 

Hodie apparuit in Israel 614 

Fox music CO. Dear old Riverside. 608 

Francis, Day <& Hunter. Alsatian. 636 

French (F. O.) Across the fair 

blue hills, Marie 569 

Fried man ( L. ) Yale bl ue ri bbons . 724 

Gebor'n ist der Emanuel 673 

Gebor'n iet (iottes sohnelein 674 

Gipsy girl 663 

Girl behind the counter 652 

Give ear to my prayer, O, God 588 

Goerdeler ( R. ) American society . 580 

Gohl (M. F.) Keep on praying. . 638 
Goldby (E. D. ) Prairie queen 

mazurka 675 

Gooche{J. E.) Toodles 715 

Good masterH, if in love ye be 573 

Grus (L. ) et cie: 

\jQ bourdon 640 

Scenes de la Cat nla 641 

Hachette & cie. Ave Maria 581 

Haggard (S. ) Nowhere to lay my 

head 659 

Hall (G. W.) This musical wife 

of mine 705 

Hannah ( 3/r«. J. L. ) 671 

Hans and Gretchen 663 

Harms (T. B. ) eo. Tourist 639 

Harris (F.) CO. Romance 656 

Helf(J. F.) Aint you coming back. 574 

Helf <fe Hager co. Aint you com- 
ing back 574 

Henderson ( Mrs. J. E. G. ) Too- 
dles 715 

Hermit club co. Hermits in Spain . 629 

Heugel et cie: 

Aube d'amour 621 

Fantasie 616 

Panis An<relicu8 6H2 

Veille d'amour 622 

Hodie apparuit in Israel 614 



Horton (L. M. ) That is you 695 

Howell ( G . F. ) Love me, love me . 644 

Hugh (D.) Alice 575 

Hush-a-bye song 572 

I long for vou 593 

I told my love 678 

Indian lullaby 572 

Jacobflou (J. 0.) Selma 690 

Jest a- weary in' f er you 654 

Jolly time 663 

Jones (C. P.): 

Alllneed 576 

I believe it 631 

Kaeuffer (£.): 

Kathleen 637 

Love me, love me 644 

Tell the congregation 692 

They shall see his face 703 

This musical wife of mine 705 

Kaun (W. A.) music co. Grande 

marche 685 

Kelly (J. T.) I could make you 

marry me 632 

Kiel (K. ) Child's happiness 599 

Klein ( M. ) Animal king 583 

Knight bros. Lovers' lane 647 

Kremer ( V. ) co. Love's conquest 

waltzes 645 

Learvcraft (A.) Across the sea . . 570 

Lemonier (T. ) All wise chickens. 577 

Lilacs (The) 716 

Little-Oh-dear 604 

Lonl is in His holy temple 699 

love's lullaby 572 

Lublin & CO.: 

I told my love 678 

Mv violet 706 

Luder8(G. ): 

Thisis howl do 704 

To teach the young 714 

Lvon (Mrs. W. E.) That window. 697 
M'cGuines^j (T. E. ) Yale blue rib- 
bons 724 

Macy (E. L. ) To an absent lover. 713 

March on, ve soldiers true 700 

Martin (I.)* McGinty march 650 

Martin ( J. ) Oh, here comes papa's 

engine 664 

Maxwell ( W.) Dear old Jersey. . 606 

Meditation 720 

Menuet ri^gence 721 

Metropolitan music co.: 

Dear old Jersey 606 

Did vou ever have a ghost 613 

Lullaby 649 

Old house 671 

That's the reason 698 

Thoughts of the homeward 

village 708 

Time the old cow died 711 

Metzke ( H. von ). Dear old River- 
side 608 



INDEX 



III 



Miniature melodiee for the young 

pianist 626 

Mr. Hicks, of New York 677 

Moc (Jfr». G. G. ) Denied mar- 
riage 610 

Men ^toile : 61 1 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 590 

My violet 706 

Nasi Rossi polka 585 

Nightfall in Dordrecht 604 

Numbei-g ( H. ) Cinderella 600 

0*Hare(W. C.) Loveme 643 

Onde tranquille 586 

Orkney lullaby 604 

Panis Angelicus 682 

Parfuin d'amour 725 

Paris printemps 722 

Parmentier(G.) ParfunKramour. 725 

Passing parade 663 

Payne (S. H.) Nowhere to lay 

my head 659 

Peace of Thy children 686 

Penn (A. A.): 

I don't know what it is 633 

That's the reason 698 

Pioneer music pub. co. : 

Oh, tell me 666 

Pretty Sue 676 

Tell the congregation 692 

Playing soldiers 663 

Pleading 628 

Polonese 726 

Premiere joie 723 

Pre8ser(T.): 

Across the sea 570 

Amazons 578 > 

American society 580 ! 

Cinderella 600 

Pleasant lesson hours 663 

Price (M. McF.) Angelina Sera- 

phine 582 

Putnam ( P. ) 1 little dreamed ... 634 

Reams (J. W. ) Oklahoma city . . 668 

Remick (J. H.) & co. Dixie blos- 
soms 615 

Reti d'amore mazurka 587 

Rice (U.S.) Repeating lovers... 681 
Richardson (M. E.) Oh, proclaim 

the resurrection 665 

Ricorrli (G.) & c: 

Adorable 584 

Nassi Rossi polka 585 

Onde tranquille 586 

Reti d'amore mazurka 587 

Romance 656 

Rose of my garden 727 

Roesiter ( W. ) : 

Ix) ve' s consolation 646 

There's a room 701 

Roundel of rest 688 

Ross (C. W. ) Old black mammy. 669 
Scantling (P. L.) O pretty Polly 

San 661 



Schirmer (G.): 

A f ter 653 

Jest a-wearving 654 

Who knows? 655 

Schmidt (A. P.): 

Cradle song 657 

Give ear to my prayer 588 

I long for you 593 

Lord is in His holy temple . . . 699 

March on 700 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 590 

Peace of Thy children 686 

Pleading 628 

Schmidt's collection 683, 684 

Summer wind 594 

Tarry with me 591,691 

Teach me, O Lord 595 

Tell me where 602 

Thine forever 592 

When Thou an nigh 603 

50 melodic etudes • 620 

Sho-gun (The) 704; 714 

Slumber song 572 

SocietA Italiana di fonotipia: 

Babil : 717 

Cceur k cceur 718 

Ex tase d' amour 719 

Meditation 720 

Menuet regence 721 

Paris printemps 722 

Premier joie 723 

Some dream country 601 

Song of Ijondon 689 

Spaulding (G. L.) Love's consola- 
tion 646 

Stebbins ( G. C. ) O precious blood 660 

Stella mia 611 

Summer serenade 596 

Summer wind 594 

Summy (C. F.)co. Four lullabies 572 

Swing high and swing low 604 

Tarry with me, Omy Saviour.. 591; 691 

Teach me, O Ix)rd 595 

Tell me where is fancy bred 602 

Temple (S. Y.) Pretty Sue 676 

Thaxton (Jfr«. A.) Diamond in 

the crown 612 

Thine forever, God of love 592 

Thompson (C. W. ) & co. : 

Child's happiness 599 

Thou art the night 707 

Thoughts and fancies 598 

Tiger song 618 

Tourist (The) 639 

Turner (W. E.) That dear old 

Southern home 694 

Vandenaloot music pub. co. Keep 

on praying 638 

Valse bercee 627 

Veille d'amour 622 

Walker (M. R. ) Rex waltzes 680 

Wallen (D. 11.) Old Fort de 

France 670 

Waller ( E. ) Fripco earthquake . . 624 



IV 



INDEX 



Walsh ( /2w. P. ) Oh, 'tis joy-... 667 
Ware ( H. Y. ) Dear old New Eng- 
land town '. 607 

Wenrich (P.) Dixie bloseoms .. . 615 

Were I butaflower 728 

Wharton (M. B.) Old black 

mammy 669 

When Thou art niffh 603 

Where de wdrope sleep 597 

Whitmore (L.) That dear old 

Southern home 694 

Who knows? 655 

Williams (J. P.) Oh, tell me.... 666 
Williams (L.),: 

Dairy maids 651 

Girl behind the counter 652 



Witmark (M,) & eons: 

Across the fair blue hills, 

Marie 569 

Animal king 583 

Dear old Yankee-land 609 

I could make you marry me. . 632 

I don't know what it is 633 

Love me 643 

Lu-Lu-Lucretia 648 

O pretty Polly San 661 

This is how I do 704 

To teach the young 714 

Wright {W. £.) Did you ever 

have a ghost for a pal 613 

York (G. W.) & sons. Rex 

waltzes 680 



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LIBRARY OF COl^GRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 

518T CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 666, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 8 

August 23, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. The titles beginning with 
an article are alphaf)etted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the same. 
Information contained in the title is not repeatea in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading *MVords by," ''Music 
by " are to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains the names of the copyright proprie- 
tors of all the titles registered in this number; it includes also title references to all 
compositions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references 
to all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc., score; full sc., full score; voc; 
sc., vocal score; pf. sc., pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace, accom. 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte- 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, " Copyright by Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. Claw 
C. XXc, no. ftMW, Apr. 10. 1905; 2 copies received July 17, 1906." 



Araby; words by Hartley C. Costello, 
music bv Al. Johns. 729 

f, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 92494, Apr. 10, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Armorita; Spanish dance by P. F. Damm. 
Boston, Evans music co. 730 

f*. 6 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 125912, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Ask, teek,.kiioek; [words by] Minnie Die- 
trich, [music by] Geo. C. Stebbins. 

781 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125798, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

At the burle call; words by Bartley C. 
Costello, music by Harrison Aldrich. 

782 

r»,5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 93277, Apr. 20, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

words by Sadie Lindsay, music by 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 788 

r>,8p. 

8. Lindsay, Philadelphia, Pa. C 123785, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



At the bngle'B call; song by Harry John- 
son. Chicago, Success music co. 

784 

f°, 5 p. 

H. Johnson, United States. C 125757, 
' July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

At the door; [w^ords by] Charles S. Bul- 
lock, [music by] Geo. C. Stebbins. 

736 

' leaf. 

, G.C. Stebbins, United States. C 125805, 
! July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Atonement if made; [words and music] by 
Chas. P. Jones. 786 

' leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125951, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Antnmn march and two step; by Niel Mo- 
ret. 787 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

Jerome H. Kemick & co., Detroit, 
Mich. C 125460, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
13, 1906. 

Bacohni trne bine; drinking song, words 
by Joseph Herbert, music by Hans 
S. Linne. 788 

tP, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 103567, Sept. 29, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

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Baek to my old WUoonsin home; words by 
Harvey E. Lar^en, music by metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 789 

H. E. Larsen, Clintonville, Wis. C 
123774, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Bayiide march; by J. C. Folwell, banjo 
solo. 740 

f°, 3p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125655, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Beach (3frff. H. H.) 

Variations on Balkan themes; for pi- 
ano, op. 60. 741 

fo, 27 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125884, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Beautiful roiei; words by ^Jrs*. Clara B. 
Kephart, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 742 

to, 3 p. 

C. B. Kephart, Rolfe, Pa. C 123789, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Beantifnl shores of lake Erie; words by 

Chas. F. Bluska, music by H. L. 

Frankensteen. Sandusky, O. Lake 

Erie music co. 748 

f °. 6 p. 

C. F. Bluska, Sandusky, Ohio. C 
125264, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Becaaie Thon didst oyercome; [words by] 
A. A. P., [music by] Geo. C. Steb- 
bins. 744 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125803, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Beck-81inn (E.) 

Love, like a star; words by Berwick 
Sayers. no. 1 in F. ' 745 

f°,7p. 

Elkin & CO., London, England. C 
126046, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Before the ball; words and music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New Y^ork, 
Melville music pub. co. 746 

f^ 5 p. 

James Molseed, Centerville, S. Dak. 
C 123044, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Belle of Ghautanqaa; march by Chas. B. 
Price, arr. by E. K. Heyser. 747 
24°, band pts. 

C. B. Price, Union town, Pa. C 125842, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Belle of Hayfair; quick march, melodies 
bv Leslie Stuart, arr. bv Karl Kaps. 

748 

f°, 7p.,pf. 



Belle of Hajfair — Continued. 
bam dances. 

r', 8 p., pf. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng* 
land. C 125478 & 125484, July 14, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 14, 1906. 

Belle of Xayfair lancers; music by Leslie 
Stuart, arr. by Carl Kiefert. 749 

f°, 10 p.. pf. 
selection. 

fo, lOp.. pf. 

waltz. 



f°, 16 p., pf. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125481-125483, July 16, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 16, 1906. 

Belle (The) of North Beach; words by Cora 
Gann, music by Chas. Ballin. 760 

f°. 6p. 

North Beach amusement co., New 
York, N. Y. C 126006, July 14, 1906; 
2 c. July 14, 1906. 

Belles (Les); Coonville's culled band, 
paroles de P. L. Flers, musique de 
Fletcher Meakin. 751 

f>, 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 126047, July 23, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
21, 1906. 

Beneath the chestnut tree; [music by] A. E. 
Hitchcock. Success music CO., Chi- 
cago. 752 
fo, 5 p., eong. 

A. E. Hitchcock, United States. C 
125717, July 16, 1906; 2 c July 16, 1906. 

Berger (Bodolphe) 

Madam Trois jfetoiles; airs de ballet, 
no. 1, Polka des amours; no. 2, Valse de 
r^toile; no. 3, Marche burlesque. 763 

4°, orch. ptH. 

Heugel & cie. , Paris, France. C 125474- 
125476, July 16, 1906; 2 c. of each Julv 
16, 1906. 

Marche des soireux; pour orchestre 
avec piano cond. 764 

8°, pts. 

Heugel & cie. , Paris, France. C 126027 , 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Bernard (Oeorges) 

Gavotte des iiancailles; pour orchestre 
avec piano cond., op. 135. 766 

8°, pts. 
C 126034, July 23, 1906. 

Triplepatte; pour orchesti-e avec piano 
cond., op. 184. 766 

8°. pts. 
C 126033, July 23, 1906. 

Heugel et cie., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each July 23, 1906. 



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Bitter fwe«t walti, by H. Cadmus. 767 

F, 5p., pf. 

Geo. Moltneax^ New York, N. Y., in 
renewal for 14 years frum Dec. 20, 1906. 
C 125458, July 16, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. 

Blue eyed Tasiey; fmuBic by] Mr^. Martha 
Graver. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 768 

f°, 5 p., song. 

Mrs. Martha Craver, United States. 
C 125746, July 16, If 06; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Bolero caprice; by T. H. Rollinson. 769 
4*^, orch. ptei. 

Oliver Ditfon company, Boston, Mass. 
C 125875, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 
1906. 

Bonnie Lee march ft two step; by G. F. 
Decker. 760 

F, 5 p. pf . 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. 125525, July 16, 1906; 2 
c. July 16, 1906. 

Bortnianeki (Dimitri Btefanovitoh) 
Gloria in exrelsis; for mixed voices, 

adapted and arr. by H. Clough- 

Leightur. 761 

4°, 7 p. 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 

125874, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Bnrkard (Rev, Siibert) 

Manual of plain chant; a text- book for 
the singer and organist. (Fischer's edi- 
tion, no. 2892. ) 762 

8°. vii, 56 p. 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
A 151629, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Bnry me *neath the sad sea wave; words 
bv Thomas A. MacDonaid, music by 
Harry Alton Russell. New York", 
Melville music pub. co. 763 

P'. 5p. • 

T. A. MacDonaid, Midvale, N. J. C 
123770, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Bride (The) of Washington; words and 
music by F^ugene Kaeuffer. 764 

f*. 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, III. C 125515, July 16, 1906; 
2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Bride's (The) fate of Ban Francisco; song 
by Mrs. A. J. Forbes. Chicago, 
Success music co. 766 

P'.ep. 

Mr$. A. J. Forbes, United States. C 
125724, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Bright eyes; words by William Mason, 
music by Stuart Mason. 766 

f°.5p. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125679, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

By de goblin tree; words and music by 
Maurice J. Stonehill. 767 

f°. 6p. 

M. Wit mark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 90895, Mar. 18, 1905; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

By lake Winnisqnam; words by L. Maud 
Evans, music by Robert A. Foss. 
Laconia, L. Maud Evans. 768 

f', 3p. 

Minnie A. Clarke, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
125847, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

By my lover's side, words by Wm. L. 

Barthel, jr., music bv Metropolitan 

music CO. New Vork, Melville 

music pub. co. 769 

F. 6 p. 

W. L. Barthel, jr.. New Orleans, La. 
C 122806, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

By sylvan paths; a pastorale by Harry Gil- 
bert. Paducah, Ky., Herbert L 
Wallerstein pub. co. 770 

|o, 5 p., pf. 

Wallerstein & Gilbert, Paducah, Ky. 
C 125844, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Caldwell (Anna) 

Onlv a vear; song, words by James 
O'Dea. * 771 

P, 5 p. 

Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 123347, June 2, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Calling ns deeper; [words and music] by 
Chas..P. Jones. 77*2 

leaf. 

C. P. Jones, Nashville, Tenn. C 125949, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Canionetta; for piano by Wm. H. Buck- 
ley. 778 

fo, 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125507, July 16, UK)6; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Celia; written and composed by H. Tav- 
lor. 774 

f°'unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125480, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
16, 1906. 

Chantanqna maroh ft two step; by C. 
Paul. 775 

f°, •■> p., pf. 

Paul Cohn, New York, N. Y. C 125636, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



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Oleyeluid (The) news; march and two 
step, by J. S. Zamecnik. 776 

P, 5 p., pf . 

C 125688, July 18, 1906. 

march and two step, by J. S. ZAvae- 

cnik. " 777 

4°, orch. ptfl. 

C 125686, July 18, 1906. 

march, by J. S. Zamecnik. 



778 



4°, band, pts. 
C 125687, July 18, 1906. 

H. N. White, Cleveland, Ohio. 2 c. 
of each July 5, 1906. 

Climbing of the tree; [words by] Thomas B. 
Ellison, [musicbv] F^ugene Kaeuffer. 
Pioneermusicpub. CO., Chicago. 779 
f°. 5p. 

T. B. Ellison, United States. C 1 25821 , 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Ooaohing club march ft polka; E. D. 
Goldby, mandolin. 780 

f°, unp. 

E. D. Goldbv. C 125634, Julv 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Oolleen-Bawn; two step, intro. When the 
whip-poor-will sings Marguerite, bv 
J. Fred Helf. 781 

4°, band, pts. 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125039, July 6, 1906; 2 c. May 29, 1906. 

Colorado walties ; by Perl ey K . Derry . 782 

fo. 7 p. pf. 

P. K. Derry, United States. C 125535, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Gome take a float in my submarine boat; 
words by Ashlev S. Johnson, music 
by Oscar M. White. 788 

f°. 6 p. 

A. S. Johnson & 0. M. White, New 
York, N. Y., & Washington, D. C. C 
125986, July 21, 1906; 2 v.. July 21, 190^). 

Gome to me love; words by Lizzie £. 

Parker, music by Metropolitan nmsic 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 784 

f°. 5 p. 

L. E. Parker, Waterbury, Conn. C 
123159, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Come to the erois; [words] by F. M. At- 
kinson, [music] by Mrs. John T. 

Benson. 786 

leaf. 

J. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125954, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Come ye disconsolate; duet for sojtrano 
and alto, [words] by Thomas ^loore, 
[music] by J. W. Lerman. 786 

6 leaves. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 125905, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 



Coming again; [words] anon., [music] by 
John T. Benson. 787 

leaf. 

J. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125957, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Coming as a thief; [words and music] by 
Charles Price Jones. 788 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville. Tenn. C 
125950, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Conqneror's (The) mareh; R. Goerdeler, 
arr. by Aug Damm. 789 

8°, orch. pts, 

8°. band pts. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa, 
125499 and 125500, July 16, 1906; 2 c. 
of each July 16, 1906. 

Corlett (Arthur) 

Down by the old mill; song. 790 

f°. 7 p. 

Lublin & CO., London, England. 
125837, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Corrie (Frank) 

A delicate shade of blue; humorous 
song, written by G. Fearnley. 791 

f°.5p. 

Reynolds & co., I-<ondon, England. C 
125462, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Courtier (The) march; G. E. Holmes. 792 
8°, band pts. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
125556, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 
I 
Cradle song; for piano, bv Ernest Lent. 

793 
f°. 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125HH5, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
190(5. 

Cradle songe and Inllabies ; vocal and in- 
strumental; a collection of songs and 
piano-pieces for the children's hour. 

794 

' 8°. 80 p. 

John Church co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
150167, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Cnpid, don't forsake me; [music] by Rob- 
ert Rollo. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 795 
f°, 5 p. song. 

R. Rollo, United States. C 125706, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Cntler (E.), jr. 

Just as I am; sacred song, op. 8, in C. 

796 

f°. 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
' 125670, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



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105 



DaflbdiU; song for low voice, [words] by 
Robert Herrick, [musicj by Robert 
0. Jenkins. 797 

P,5p. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 126009, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Dilton (Edith) 

Via Sacra; song for soprano or tenor. 

798 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125900, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Danee (The) of the waves; by J. C. Fol- 
well, guitar solo. 799 

F*. 3p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125651, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. . 

Dancing 'mid the palmi; schottische by 
E. D. Goldby, mandolin. 800 

f°, unp. 

E. D. Goldby, Paterson, N. J. C 
125628, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Dawn (The) of day at Ban Francisoo; song 
by Mrs. Chas. J. Anderson. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 801 
f^ 5 p. 

Mrs. C. J. Anderson, United States. C 
125750, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

INiwn of the rose; mandolin, E. D. Goldby. 

802 

P, unp. 

E. D. Goldby, Paterson, N. J. C 
125624, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Day (A) at the fair; [music by] O. C. 
Clark. Chicago, Success music co. 

80S 

F, 6 p„ song. 

0. C. Clark, United States. C 125748, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Ditty (A) of my oat; song by Mrs. A. R. 
Hammond. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 804 

MrR, A. R. Hammond, United States. 
C 125753, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Do yon know and do yon care; words by 
Maud Himtwell, music by Metropol- 
itan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 806 

f°,5p. 

M. Huntwell, Claremont, N. H. C 
123045, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

DoUie's dream; by Geo. L. Spaulding, 
piano. Child life no. 1. 806 

J*, 3 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125509, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Dolly Madifon; two step, by Walter G. 
Wilmarth. 807 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
124871, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Don't bother me babe; words by E. J. Bubal, 
music by Metropolitan music oOi 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

808 

f°, 6 p. 

E. J. Bubel, Rochester, N. Y. C 128775,. 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Don't leave me; words by Ora Lee, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 809 
^'.3p. 

O. Lee, Halifax, N. C. C 123769, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Don't send my heart away; words by Bart- 
ley C. Costello, music by Wm. C. 
O'Hare. 810 

f°.5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 89364, Feb. 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Doomed San Franoieco; [music by] Mattie 
Chappell. Success music co., Chi- 
cago. 81 1 
f®, 5 p., song. 

Mrs, M. Chappell, United States. 
125710, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Donglai ( Marie B. ) 
Dulce Cor Jesu. 8 IS 

f°, 5 p., song. 

M. B. Douglas, Boston, Maes. C 125073, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. 

Down by the Big Bnll Falli; sentimental 
song and chorus by Herman A. Ebert 
Merrill, Wis., H. A. Ebert's pub, oo. 

8ia 

f°, unp. 

H. A. Ebert, Merrill, Wis. C 12445^ 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Down in the old ^apevine swing; [words 
by] Alice Miller, [music by] Eugeno 
Kaeuffer. 814 

f°.6p. 

L. B. Benson, United States. C 125551^ 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Down where the roies bloom; words by 
Mrs. Maude Kelley, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel* 
ville music pub. co. 818 

f°, 5 p. 

M. Kellev, Brocton, N. Y. C 123154, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



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])ream of the rarebit fiend; two step, bv 
T. W. Thurban. 816 

f°. 5p., p(. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126124, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
16, 1906. 

Dream of the walti; waltzes, by Walter 
A. Phillips, arr. bv Everett J. Evans. 

817 

4°, orch. pts. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, East Orange, 
N. J. C 125306, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 
8, 1906. 

Dreams of home and mother; song, words 
and music by Elizabeth E. Pollard. 
Worcester, Mass. Irving Gaunt. 818 

fo,6p. 

E. E. Pollard, Worcester, Mass. C 
125913, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Dreaming of home; [music by] J. H. 
Keeier. Chicago, Weber & North 
music pub. co. 819 

fo, 2 p. 

J. H. Keefer, Fremont, Ohio. C 
120185, Apr. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Dreamy moon; novelette bv Hex L. Buell. 
Elkhart, Ind., The AVilbur Templin 
music CO. 820 

t°, 7 p., pf. 

R. L. Buell, Elkhart, Ind. C 125846, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

DrUk (Jnl.) 

Heim weh ; text und niusik, raannerchor, 
op. 30. (C. Fischer's edition no. 361.) 

821 
fco 3 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
125673, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Dmnkard'i (A) lot; by Alma Lunk. 
(/hicago, Success music co. 822 

P, 6 p., song. 

A. Lusk, United States. C 1 25727, July 

16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Daganne (J. Mahlon) 
Lady Baltimore waltzes; piano. 823 

f°.7p. 

Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 124732, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Elfin Inllaby; [from] Pearl and pumpkin; 
Ivric bv Paul West, music by John 
\V. Bratton. 824 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 98542, Julv 7, 1905; 2 c. July 

17, 1906. 

^U»' call to Denver; written by Myra A. 
Smith. Cincinnati, The Geo. Ja- 
berg music co. 825 

f° 5 p.. M)ng. 

yi. A. Smith, Denver, Colo. C 126160, 
July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 



Emannel Boone; words and music by L. 
Livingston Gilchrest. 826 

f°, 5p. 

L. L. Gilchrest. C 125622, July 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Xnchantment; serenade by Geo. D. Bar- 
nard. 827 

8° band pts. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskalooea, Iowa. C 
125558, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Eno^i elementary and advanoed teehnie 
■tndiei, bai^o page 1. 828 

i°, leaf. 

page 2. 

F, leaf. 

—^ page 3. 
f°, leaf. 

Paul Eno, Philadelphia, Pa. C 125780- 
125782, Julv 18, 1906; 2 c. of each July 
10, 1906. 

Erin, dear Erin, Oh why did we part; words 
by Gilbert Losee, music by Harry 
Armstrong. * 829 

f°, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 103569, Sept. 29, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Evalina Snow; words and music by Mrs. 
E. F. Hough. New York, Melville 
munic pub. co. 880 

f°. 5 p. 

}frs. E. F. Hough, Trov, N. Y. C 
123039, June.7, 1906^ 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Everlaiting (The) arms; [words by] Flora 
Kirkland, [music by] Geo. t. Steb- 
bins. 881 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 125797, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Fairy flngeri; caprice d'agilite pour piano, 
par Paul Wachs. 882 

f°. 6 p. 

Theodore Preiser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125461, July 16, 1906; 2 c. . uly 16, 1906. 

Fairy fonntair; polka caprice for piano, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern, op. 148. 838 

f°, 7 p. 

Theodore Pres.«er, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125506, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Fairy-land; words by Etta Mae Stnible, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

834 

f°. 5 p. 

E. M. Stnible, Pittston, Pa. C 123783, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. Julv 24, 1906. 



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107 



ITaith of OUT fathers; hymn ; words by The 
very Rev. F. VV. Faber, D.D.y music 
by J. T. Field. London, Novello 
and CO., ltd. 835 

4°, 3 p. 

J. T. Field, London, England. C 
126106, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. 

Farewell; words by Ada E. Pool, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 836 
fo, 6 p. 

A. E. Pool, Lockport, N. Y. C 122803, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Fauehey (Paul) 

Peu (Un) beaucoup paesionnement; 
valse Boston, paroles de Gaston Deval, 
chant et piano. Paris, Henri Gregh. 

887 

P. 6 p. 

P. Fanchey, Paris, France. C 125611, 
July 17, 190«; 2 c July 17, 1906. 

Felicity; a song, words and music by 
Ashton Nichols. 888 

P, 2 p. 

A. Nichols, Chicago, 111. C 126016, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Flamm (B.) 

Harfenklaenge; walzer op. 32, piano. 

839 

P, 4 p. 

R. Flamm, Paris, France. C 125613, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Fielitz (Alexander von) 

The Lily Maid; a cycle of seven songs 
with piano ace, words by Gertrude 
Rogers, high voice, op. 84. 840 

4°, 24 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
151082, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, IflOfJ. 

Folweirs favorite maroh; by J. C. Fol- 
well, banjo solo. 841 

f°, 3 p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125657, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Forlorn maid; by Jose Quintero. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 842 
P, 6 p. 9on|f. 

J. Quintero, United States. C 125743, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Foarth (The) of July; by John K. Bniff. 
Success music co., Chicago. 843 

f°. 5 p. SODff. 

J. K. Bruff, United States. C 125713, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Frivolette; mouvement de valse, by Rufus 
0. Suter for piano. 844 

i°. 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125508, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 
1906. ^ 



Garden (The); song, verses by Alice 
Brown, musical setting by vVilliara 
Lowell Brown. 845 

fo, 5 p. 

C. \V. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125677, July 17, 1906; 2 c. Julv 17, 
1906. 

Gasoline rag; march and two step, by 
Louis Mentel. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Mentel bros. pub. co. 846 

F, 5 p., pf. 

L. Mentel, Covington, Ky. C 126073, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Oaatier (L^on) 

Champ de roses; valse, orchestrate avec 
piano cond., par Fernand Andrieu. 847 

S°, pts. 

Heugel & cie, Paris, France. C 126028, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Oaseka*! (The) parade; danse eccentrique 
for piano, by Marie Dupont. 848 

f°. 7 p. 

Chas. Sheard <& co., London, England. 
C 125920, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Oeniveve; by Mattie H. JLiee. Succej^s 
music CO., Chicago. 849 

1°, 5 p., song. 

M. H. Lee, United States. C 125714, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

German (Edward) 
Song without words. 850 

f°, 3 p., pf. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
125872, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Giordano (XTmberto) 

Canzone guerresca; parole di Romeo 
Carugati, riduzione per cranto e piano- 
forte. 851 

f°, 6p. 

SocietA Italiana di fonotipia, Milano, 
Italy. C 125463, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
16, 1906. 

Girl (The) I loved in the old New Hamp- 
shire hills; words bv Marie Foster, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

852 
P, 7 p. 

M. Foster, Littleton, \. H. C 123160, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Girl of Panama; [words by] Albert L. 
Godoy, [music bv] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

853 

f°. 5 p. 

A. L. Godov, United States. C 125542, 
Julv 16, 1906'; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



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Oirlie, I love you; words by Alfred Scott, 
music by Theodore Morse. 854 

F,5p. 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 126048, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

OWe me back my first love: by Mrs. Anna 
Hardiuf^. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 855 

f**, 6 p. sonjf . 

Mrs. A. Harding, United States. C 
125736, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Olimpie (A) of Jeiui; [words] by Mrs. 
Slay Mabbette Anderson, [music] by 
John T. Benson. 856 

leaf. 

J. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125950, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Olittering star polka; £. D. Goldby, man- 
dolin. 857 
f, unp. 

E. D. Goldby. C 125625, July 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Glory to Ood for lalvation; [words and 
music] by J. B. Blackburn. 858 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125939, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Going home; j^wordsby] Jennie Lee Blan- 
ton, music by Eugene Kaeuffer. 859 
f°, 6p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. C 
125517, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Golden (The) west; overture, [by] Mackie- 
Bever. ' 860 

4®, oreh. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126581, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Good-bye, Bniie; words by Bernard War<l, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

861 

f°, 5 p. 

B. Ward, Lowell, Mass. C 122797, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Good bye till we meet again; words and 
music by C. E. Billing?. 862 

(°, o p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 108644, Dec. 4, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Great General Slocnm fire: words by 
George E. Waghome, music l)y Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 863 

fo, 5 p. 

G. E. Waghome, Victor, N. Y. C 
122796, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



Haetehe (William E.) 

Songs of Hellas; six one and two-part 
songs with piano ace. translations from 
Greek folk-lore by Henry G. Chapman 
and Lucy M. J. Garrett. 864 

^, 12 p. ' 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. A 
150165, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906, 

Happy those days: by W. H. Doane. 865 
leaf. song. 

W . H . Doane, United States. C 1 25796, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Happyland; waltz song, words by Will 
Miles, music by Horace E. iJowell. 
Toronto, Whaley, Royce & co. 866 

f°, 6 p. 

Miles, Dowell & Sloan, Winnipeg, 
Canada, C 125987, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
6, 1906. 

Hawthorne (8eymonr) 

Invincible folio of organ music; a prac- 
tical collection for pipe and reed organ. 
The John Church company, Cincinnati, 

867 

4°, 98 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
149642, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

He is all; [words] by W. M. Tidwell, 
[music] by Mrs. W. M. Tidwell. 

868 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125936, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

He loved me so; song, by Mrs. T. K. Ar- 
nold. Chicago, Success music co. 

869 

P,op. 

Mrs. T. R. Arnold, United States. C 
125752, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

He loves me so; [words and music] by 
J. T. Benson. 870 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125961, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

He was nailed to the cross for me ; [words 
and music] by F. A. Graves. 871 

leaf. 

F. A. Graves, Minneapolis, Minn. C 
126017, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

He will supply oar needs; [words] byF. M. 
Atkinson, [music] by Mrs. John T. 
Benson. 872 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125956, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Hear ns, Lord ; response, by Edward 
Wittich. 878 

leaf. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 125904, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 



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109 



Hearts And maaks ; waltzes, by Leo Fried- 
man. 874 

Jerome H. Remick& co., Detroit, Mich. 
C 125854, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Hems (Carl) 

Froh (lurch die welt! Gayly through 
the world! marsch-rondo fiir pianoforte 
za vier handen, op. 8. Milwaukee, 
William Kann. 875 

«°,5p. 

W. A. Kaun music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. C 126023, Julv 14, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

He'll never let go my hand ; [words] by 
James Rowe, [music] by Geo. D. 
Schuler. 876 

]eat. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125964, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Hemery (Valentine) 

First (The), spring day; song no. 2 in 
F, original key, worcls by Clifton Bing- 
ham. 877 

f<*. 6 p. 

C 125606, July 17, 1906. 

Life's thanksgiving; vocal duet for 
soprano and contralto, piano ace, words 
by Alfred H. Hyatt. 878 

f°,7p. 

C 125607, July 17, 1906. 

(lould & CO., London, England. 2 c. 
each July 17, 1906. 

Her love has called me home; [words by] 
Louis Frederick Grill, [music by] 
Eugene Kaeuffer. 879 

f°. s p. 

L. F. Grill, United States. C 125539, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Hetty; words by Bartley C. Costello, 
music by W. Aletter. 880 

f^.op. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 89491, Feb. 27, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Higgi(H. M.) 

Dairymaids (The); valse on melodies 
by Paul A. Rubens and Frank E. Tours, 
orchestra arr. by Leonard Williams. 

881 

8°. pts. 

Chappell & CO., Ix>ndon, England. C 
125604, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

HUle (Onitave) 

Violin studies op. 45; 25 easy studies 
in the first position. 882 

P. 15 p. 

Arthar P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125576, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



How I remember; soprano, words by Ad- 
dison Burkhardt and Aaron S. Hoff- 
mann, music by Leo Edwards. 888 

f®.6p. 

Marcus Witmark <fe sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 90534, Mar. 13, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

HOwig (0.) 

The Victoria Cross; military two step, 
(Boosey & co^s brass and reed band jour- 
nal, no. 451.) London, Boose v & co. 

884 

4^, band pts. 

Francis, l)av & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126039, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. 

Hnhn (Bmno) 

Neath the apple-trees; song with piano 
ace, high in C. 885 

f®. 5p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y, C 
126097, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Hello! who's there, or. Tie never gwine to 

say come in! Written and composed 

by Tom Mellor, Alf. J. Lawrance, 

and Harry Gifford. 886 

f°. 4 p. 

Chas. Sheard & co., London, England. 
C 125921, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Hymn (The) my mother sang; words by 
Albert Magnus, music by Bernard 
Doyle. 887 

f°.7p. 

Knight bros., London, England. C 
125988', July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

I am only a lily so fair; words by Woot- 
tie Aullus Park, music by Metropoli- 
tan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 888 

f°. 8 p. 

W. A. Park, Hillsboro, Miss. C 
123037, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

I love yon, still I love yon just the same; 

[words bv] Chas. S. Shutterly, [mu- 
sic by] W. E. Duffell. 889 

fo, 6p. 

C. S. Shutteriy, United States. C 
125546, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I see her in my midnight dream; song by 
Jennie M. Neerland. Chicago, 

Success music co. 890 

f°, 6 p. 

J. M. Neerland, United States. C 
125760, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I want some one to love me so bad; words 
by Chris. Smith, music by Gus Ed- 
wards. 891 
f^.sp. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 99826, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 



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I was a wandering iheep; by Frank H. 
Kollinson. 892 

5 leaves, song. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
€ 125906, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

I will always think of yon; [words by] Al- 
bert M. Schuster, [music by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. Pioneer music pub. co., 
Chicago. 898 

1°. 5p. 

A. M. Schuster, United States. C 126819, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

I wonder; words by Mrs. C. E. Mace, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

894 

Mrs, C. E. Mace, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
122799, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

1 wonder if yon lo^e me in the same old 

way; song and chorus; words by P. 
Barber, music by Henry Schmidt. 

895 

Washington music pub. co., College 
Point, N. Y. C 121972, May 23, 1906; 

2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Ice cream; by Mrs. J. R. Howard. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 896 
F, 6 pr, songr. 

J/r«. J. R. Howard, United States. C 
125739, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

If I only had a mama of my own; words by 
William J. Hilton, music by Metro- 
politan music ('o. New York, Mel- 
ville mufrlc pub. CO. 897 
f°. 6 p. 

W. J. Hilton, Allegheny, Pa. C 123042, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

If Morgan bonght an army all for me; 

[from] "Nordland," lyric by Glen 
MacDonough, music by Victor Her- 
bert. 898 

f°. 4 p. 

Marcus Witmark & pons, New Y'ork, 
N. Y. C 108645, Dec. 4, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

If we Bhonld meet; words by Harriet ^I. 
Weeks, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New Y'ork, Mjelville music 
pub. CO. 899 

f°, 5 p. 

H. M. Weeks, AVeehauken, P. 0. N. J. 
€ 122376, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

If yon want me to be yonr bride; by Jack 
Cornin. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 900 

P, 6 p. 8ong. 

J. Cornin, United States. C 125740, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



If yon*ll only tmit your heart to me; wonls 
by Bartley Costello, music by Ernest 
R. Ball. 901 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New Y'ork, 
N. Y. C 98569, July 8, 19a5; 2 c. Julv 
17. 1906. 

If yon'll take a trip with me; words and 
music by Will R. Anderson. 902 
I F. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
I N. Y. C 98543, July 7, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
I 17, 1906. 

I I'll be tme to yon; by Thomas O'Connor. 
Chicago, Success music co. 908 

f°, 6 p., song. 

T. O'Connor, United States. C 125747, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I'll be yonr little bean; words and music 
by Grace Sn.ith. 904 

f°.5p. 

G. Smith, United States. 125540, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

I'll never be ao fooliih again; w^ords and 
music bv Dan Holt. 905 

f°, 5 p. 

D. Holt, Macon, Ga. C 119329, Apr. 
20, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 190(i 

I'm going back to Mexico; words by Mrs. 
A. M. Shutts, music by Metropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 906 J 

F. 5 p. 

J//-X. A. INI. Shutts, Sidney, N. Y. C 
123157, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

I'm happy in the 8avionr'B love; [words 
and music] by J. Owen Long. 906 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125944, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

I'm longing for the china berry tree; [words 
by] Abbie Murray, [music by] Eu- 
gene Kaeuffer. " ' 907 

F. 5 p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 125520, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 
1906. 

I'm on the rock; [words] by Mrs. B. Davis, 
[music] arr. by Jno. T. Benson. 908 

lOrtf. 

J. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125958, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

In Louisiana; a study in black; Ellis R. 
Ephraim. 909 

f°. 7 p. pf. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 96529, June 9, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 



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111 



In New England, 'neatli the pines, words 
by Ralph W. Coats, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub co. 910 
f°. 5p. 

R. W. Coats, Sjiringfield, III. C 123046, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

In the garden of old Eden; words by Eliza 
A. O' Brine, music by Metropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville mu- 
sic pub. CO. 911 
f®, 6 p. 
E. A. O* Brine, Denver, Colo. C 

123043, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

In the whirl; march two-step; [by] Ada 
Irene Kinsey. 912 

f°, 7 p. pf . 

A. 1. Kinsey, United States. C 125544, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Indian cradle long; by Mrs. T. A. Hisey 
Chicago, Success music co. 91*3 

f**, 5 p. song. 

Mrs. T. A. Hisey, United vStates. C 
125738, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Tse 10 sorry bein' seolded; words by Nellie 
M. Ennis, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 914 

f°.6p. 

N. M. Ennis, Marshalltown, Iowa. C 
123779, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Isle (The) of Kiss, onddle and eoo; words 
and music by John VV. Bratton. 915 

«®,5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 92926, Apr. 17, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

It's easy, dead easy; words by Heelan and 
Moran, m usic by Seymour Furth . 916 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 109440, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

It's just beeanse yon is a reglnlar ra^-time 
coon: by R. Randolph Chicago, 
Success music co. 917 

f°, 5 p. song. 

R. R. Eldridge, United States. C 
125737, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

It's only a onstom of the place; words by 
Vincent Bryan, music by Gus. Eci- 
wards. 918 

f°. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 95012, May 17, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 



It's the smile; words by Vincent Bryan, 
music by Gus. Edwards. 919 

f°, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 88260, Feb. 9, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Jack of all waltz; composed by Emma 
Prescott. 920 

f°. 6 p. pf. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 125530, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Jes' wait till dis niggah dines; [words by] 
Nina Stewart Bell, [music by] Eu- 
gene Kaeuffer. 921 

f°.5p. 

N. S. Bell, United States. C 125538, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Jesns I am resting; [words and music] by 
Mrs. Flossy Day-Loucks. 922 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125942, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Jesns is able to deliver thee; [words by] 
Ida L. Reed, [music by] Geo. C. 
Stebbins. 928 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
12o799, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Jesns is leading the way; [words] by Kate 
Ulmer, [music] by Geo. S. Schuler. 

924 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125963, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Jesns, Jesns; [words and music] by C. P. 
Jones. 926 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125952, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Jnniata waits; E. D. Goldbv, mandolin. 

926 

P, unp. 

E. D. Goldbv. C 125627, Julv 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Jnst beeanse I learned to love yon; words 
by Wm. N. Ressler, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 927 
f°, 3p. 

W. N. Ressler, Sunbury, Pa. C 123158, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

• 

Jnst one boy; words by Mary Louise Mc- 

Lain, music by Metropolitan nmsic 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 929 

f°, 3 p. 

M. L. McLain, Taylorsville, Utah. C 
123155, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



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Xid (The) that captivated Broadway; words 

bv Kenneth MacDougall, music by 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 929 

19, b p. 

K. MacDougall, Middletown, Conn. C 
123777, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

King's (The) call; [wordn] by Harriet £. 
Jones, [music] by Byron Burditt. 

980 
leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125966, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Koehler (Lonii) 

Practical method for piano; oj). 249, 

newly revised and augmented edition by 

Hans T. Seifert, pt. 3. (Music library 

ed.no. 429.) 981 

f, 59p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. A 
150030, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Land of romance; serenata, by Karl L. 
Hoschna, arr. for military band by 
Herbert L. Clark. 982 

4° pta. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126078, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Laronette (The); reverie [by] Myrtle 
Prosser. 988 

fo, 5p.,pf. 

M. Prosser, United States. C 125537, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Le Oonppey (7. ) 

Alphabet (The); twenty-five very easy 
studies for piano, revision, phrasing and 
fingering by Hans T. Seifert. (Music 
library ed. no. 460. ) 984 

P. 27 p. 

Carl Fischer, New Y^ork, N. Y. A 
150028, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Let that nigger be; by Wm. P. Stahl. 985 
f®, 2 p., song. 

Weber & North music pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 125909, July 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906. 

Liber am de best; by Wm. Harlow. 986 

P, 2 p., sonR. 

Weber & North music pub. co., Chi- 
cago, 111. C 125910, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906. 

Like the rose he wears to day; words by 
Bartlev C. Costello, music bv Ernest 
R. Ball. * 987 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 109347, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 



Like the rosot you're the fairest flower; 
words by Olive L. Frields, music by 
Harry L. Newman. 938 

fo, 6p. 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 
126161, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Little baby in the cradle; words by George 

H. Green, music by Metropolitan 

music CO. New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 989 

f°.8p. 

G. H . Green, Minot, N. Dak. C 1231fr*, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Little (A) bit of fringe along the edse; 
words by Paul West, music by Jonn 
W. Bratton. 940 

f°.5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 90530, Mar. 13, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Little boys for Jesus; by Nora Pattee. 
Chicago, Success music co. 941 

i^, 5 p., 8ong. 

N. Pattee, United States. C 125726, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Little (The) chick; words by A. C. Speed, 
music by Lee Carleton. 942 

f°.6p. 

Arch C. Speed, United States. C 
125536, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Little cow boys and cow girls; words by 
Charles Noel Douglas, music by Karl 
L. Hoschna. 948 

8°, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 125814, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
19, 1906. 

Little Jap waits; by A. Ernestine Beck, 
op. 2. 944 

fo, 5 p., pf. 

Western music co., Lincoln, Nebr. C 
126020, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Little patriots; motion song, [music] by 
Chas. M. Fillmore. 945 

leaf. 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
126069, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Little qneen polka; for piano by Kasper 
Kiel. 946 

F. 3p. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125674, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 

Little (The) stranger; by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing, piano. Child life, no. 4. 947 

f°, 3 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa, 
C 125512, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITKtNS 



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little tin loldier times; violin and piano 
[by] Harriet Priscilla Sawyer; no. 1, 
The little tin soldier; no. 2» When 
Rummer comes; no. 3, On the tree 
top; no. 4, We lift our caps to the lit- 
tle Jape. 948 
f°, 3, 3. 3, 3 p. 8c. «& V. pt8. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
125663-125666, July 17, 1906. 2 c. each 
July 17, 1S06. 

Love among the flowers; song, wonis and 
music bv Delia Clarke. New York. 
D. M. Clark <fe co. 949 

D. Clarke. C 125399, July 12, 1906; 
2 c. July 6, 1906. 

LoTe among the rosea; words by Bertha 
Smith, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 950 

f^,5p. 

B, Smith, Jonesburg, Mo. C 123162, 
Jane 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Love divine; anthem, [words] by Wesley, 
[music] by E. L. Cranmer. 961 

4 leaver. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 125902, July 20, 1906; 2 c. Julv 20, 
1906. 

Love is never loved in vain; by Brenda 
Louise Brown. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 952 

f°,5p.,8ong. 

B. L. Brown, United States. C 126721, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

MeOranahan (James) 

Gospel (The) male choir. The John 
Chuit'i) CO., Cincinnati, O. 958 

Obi. 16°, 111 p. 

J. McGranahan, Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
149788, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. 

Kaok (Albert) 

Three songs for medium voice, with 
piano ace. op. 19. no. 1, My lady's hair; 
words by Booth Tarkington. ' no. 2, 
Divine awe; words by George Edward 
Woodbury, no. 3, Spring twilight; 
words anon. 954 

P, 4,8,6p. 

G. Schrmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126878-126880, July 20, 1906. 2 c. each 
July 16, 1906. 

Maid (The) in Maiden Lane; words and 
music by Billy Johnson. 955 

f°. 6 p. 

Marcus Witraark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 107084, Nov. 11, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 



Maid (The) in the moon; words and music 
by Flavil R. Jordan, jr. 956 

f.op. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125680, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Maid of honor masnrka; £. D. Goldby, 
mandolin. 967 

f°, unp. 

E. D. Goldbv. C 125633, July 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Make room for Him; [words by] A. A. P., 
[music by] Geo. C. Stebbins. 958 
leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125804, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Mamie, me old pal Mame; words by Vin- 
cent Bryan, music bv Max Hoffmann. 

959 

f°.5p. 

Marcus Witraark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 98538, Julv 7, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 



960 



Marchetti (7. D.). 

6per(lument; valse lente, piano solo. 

f°,4p. 

Hachette & cie., Paris, France. C 
125472, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Marching on with Jesus; [words] by J. T. 
Latta, [music] by (ieo. S. Schuler. 

961 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125962, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Marie; [words by] C. W. Smith, [music 
by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 962 

fo.Sp. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, Hi. 
C 125523, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Maud; words by H. B. List, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 968 

fo, unp. 

H. B. List, Hamilton, Ohio. C 122377. 
May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Maxincsak (J.) 

Chord-studies for the violin; (Music 
library edition no. 459.) 964 

f°. 15^. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. A 
150029, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. 

Melodie in F; by A. Rubinstein, op 3, arr. 
by R. Gruenwald. 965 

4^', orch. pt". 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
125876, July 19, 1906; 2c. July 19, 1906. 



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llelody (The) of loye; song by Hannah 
Anderson. Chicago Success music 
CO. 966 

f°, 5 p. 

H. Anderson, United States. C 125766, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Merkel (WUly) 

Drei lieder fur mittelstimme mit kla- 
vierbegleitung, op 8. no. 1, Iin park, \V. 
C. Gomall; no. 2, Die luft so still, Woelg. 
Muller; no. 3, Zwei rosen, F. Volker. 987 

t°, 5. 5, 8 p. 

Raabe & Plot ho- v, Berlin, Germany. C 
125599-125601, July 17, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 17, 1906. 

Xeta; words by Lydia C. Waring, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 968 

fo, 5p. 

L. C. Waring, Charleston, S. C. C 
123378, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Xeyer (Ferdinand) 

Piipirs second <§tude album; pianoforte 
etudes, selected and arranged in progress- 
ive order. (Edition Schmidt no. 111.) 

969 

F, 59 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126058, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Mignon, to yon returning; written and 
composed by Percy Ashdown. 970 

F, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125479, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
16, 1906. 

Mignonette [from] "The Red mill;*' lyric 
bv Henry M. Blossom, music bv 
Victor Herbert. 971 

t°. 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125813, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Xilok (E.) 

FoUe extase; valse Boston pour piano 
et violon, ou mandoline. 972 

F, 3, 7 p. Sc. & pt. 

Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France. C 
125473, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Mlnniewaha; interuiezzo-two step, bv Ed. 
S. Campbell. ' 978 

fo, 6 p.. pf. 

L. E. Howard, Des Moines, Iowa. C 
123886, June 21, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

Mister Sun, song, words and music bv 
Herbert L. Wallerstein. 974 

f°, 5p. 

H. L. Wallerstein music pub. co., Pa- 
ducah, Kv. C 125845, Julv 19. 1906; 2 
c. July 19, 1906. 



Mistletoe walti; by J. C. Folwell, guitar 
solo. 975 

f°, unp. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. G 
125653, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Model (A) little maid; words by Ed. P. 
Moran & W. A. Heelan, music by 
Seymour Furth. 976 

f°, 6 p. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 112205, Jan. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Mont-ioy-no; march <& two step, [by] J. 
C. Mills. * 977 

f, 3. pf. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 125529, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Moonbeams; words and music by Myrtle 
Ackerman. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 978 

f*».6p. 

M. Ackerman, Merrill, Wis. C 122372, 
May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Moonlight lohottlsehe; by J. C. Folwell, 
banjo solo. 978} 

f°,8p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125656, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Mother's sigh; words by Sumner Scoggan, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

979 

C", 5 p. 

S. Scoggan, Bedford, Ind. C 122805, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Mountain breeses; conipanion to Mountain 
rivulet, by J. C. Folwell, guitar solo. 

980 

f°, unp. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125650, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

My every day girl; by P. A. Lisette. 
Chicago, Success music co. 981 

fo, 5 p., song. 

P. A. Lisette, United States. C 126734, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

My jilted love; by Fr. Zangerl. Chi- 
cago, Succsss music co. 988 
f°, 5 p., song. 

F. Zangerl, United States. C 125732, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

My love went o'er the sea; words by Amos 
Martin, music by Lee Carleton. 988 

A. Martin, United States. C 125534, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



MUSICAL COm»08ITION8 



115 



My Xatiuma; words and muBic by Jamee 
Thornton. 984 

f°. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 97960, June 26, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

My MistiMippi babe; words and music by 
Dan Holt. 986 

f^. 5p. 

D. Holt, Macon, Ga. C 119330, Apr. 
20, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

My mother*! wrinkled handi; words by J. 
P. Pratt, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 986 

f°. 5p. 

J. P. Pratt, New York, N. Y. C 
122369, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

My roM bud iweet; by Grace Roe. Suc- 
cess music CO., Chicago. 987 
f, 5 p., song. 

G. Roe, United States. C 126712, July 
16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1996. 

My waiherwoman; by Clif Adams. Suc- 
cess music CO., Chicago. 988 

F, 5 p., song. 

Clifton L. Adams, United States. C 
125716, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

National graded oonrse in seven gradei for 
the pianoforte; illustrated, by Wm. 
Mason and others. 989 

fo. 111., 53 p. 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 151212, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18. 1906. 

Nellie'e eyei; words and music by John 
Wilson Dodge. 990 

F, 5p. 

J. W. Dodge, Lansing, Mich. C 
12JV591, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

New (The) King; march & two step by B. 
G. McFall. 991 

4°, orcb. pte. 

Star music co., Eldred, Pa. C 125310, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. 

Old maid*! song; words by Chas. H. Davis, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

992 

f«>. 8 p. 

G. H. Davifl, Westville, N. J. C 117460, 
Mar. 27, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

On the bench *neath the old pine tree; 

words bv Bessie M. Burkle, music bv 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 998 

f°.5p. 

B. M. Burkle, Martins Ferry, Ohio. 
C 123047, June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

3695— PT 3, NO 8—06 2 



On the shady side; two step, introd., I'm 
not particular, by Clifton Crawford, 
arr. tor orchestra by W. C. 0*Hare. 

49, pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126076, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

On tiptoe; intermezzo [for] piano by Chas. 
Elander. 996 

i°.7p. 

M. Witmark & sons. C 116496, May 

16, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

One more year; by Mrs. Prudie Burton, 
Chicago, Success music co. 996 

f, d p., song. 

Mrs. P. Burton, United States. C 
125741, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Operator's (The) sweetheart; [words by] 
Chas. D. Smith, [music by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. 997 

f**. 6 p. 

C. D. Smith, United States. C 125552, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Other (The) way; words and music by Jean 
C. Havez. 998 

f°, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 88261, Feb. 9, 1905; 2 c. July 

17, 1906. 

Onr canary; a true story, words and music 
by R. G. Longfellow. Pueblo, 
Colo., R. G. Longfellow. 999 

fo, 5p. 

U. S. music CO., Pueblo, Colo. 
125843, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Out of the darkness; [words by] Ada R. 
Haberehon, [music by] Geo. C. Steb- 
bins. 1000 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 125802, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Pack clonds away; verses by T. Hawood. 
musical setting by W^illiam Lowell 
Brown. 1001 

f°, 6 p. song. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125676, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Paddy's love letter; by C. F. Somes. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1002 

t°, 4 p. song. 

C. F. Somes, Canada. C 125692, July 
16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Palmetto march; for piano, by W. G. Uter- 
moehlen, op 12. 1008 

f°.7p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125886, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 



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Paqnita; waltzes by Walter H. Lewis, 
arr. for orch. by W. C. O'Hare. 

1004 

4°. Pt8. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126055, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Parting of the ways; words by Thomas 
Beebe, music by Charles \\ adsworth 
Kiiss. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1005 

f^, 5 p. 

T. 'Beebe, Denver, Colo. C 123041, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Peel (Graham) 

Little Indian; song no. 2 in O, words 
by Robert Louis Stevenson. 1006 

f. 3p. 

Boosev & CO., London, England. C 
125792, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Penny (A) for yonr thoughts; words and 
music by Mrs. Hattie Whitney Jones. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1007 
f°, 3 p. 

^frs. H. W. Jones, San Jose, Cal. C 
123790, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Penny (A) for yonr thonghti, my dear; 

words by Mrs. S. Irwin, music by 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1008 

«°, 3p. 

^frK. S. Irwin, Littleton, Colo. C 
123786, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

P^rilhon(A.) 

Sctinesgothiques; impressions d'feglise, 
no. 1. Procession; no. 2. l^aques fleuries; 
no. 3. Le jour des morts; no. 4. Noel; 
reduction pour piano i (juatre mains, par 
A. (tedalge. 1009 

fo, 31 p. 

Heugeletcie. Paris, France. C 126030, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Pines (The); by Callie Hill. Chicago, 
Succetis music co. 1010 

f°, 4 p., mng. 

C. Hill, United States, C 125722, July 
16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Place me on the heavenly side; [words and 
music] by Sallie M. Rather. 1011 
leaf. 

C. B. Jones, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125947, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Plantation jubilee; by J. C. Folwell, banjo 
solo. ' 1012 

{°, 3 p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125660, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Please don't tease me; words by Fred W. 
Schroeder, jr., music by Eugene 
Kaeuffer. 1018 

f«,6p. 

Pioneer Ma«ic pub. co. Chicago, 111. 
C 125516, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Pretty (A) village in the Empire state; 
[words bv] John Macomber, [music 
by] W. E. Duffell. 1014 

<^, 6p. 

W. E. Duffell, United States. C 125548, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

dneen of the valley; gavotte, by £. D. 
Goldby, mandolin. 1015 

f°. unp. 

E. D. Goldbv. C 125629, July 17. 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Sagtime (A) wedding; song by Mrs. John 
W. Hunter. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1016 

f. 6p. 

Mrn. J. W. Hunter, United States. C 
125755, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Boyal crest sohottisehe; E. D. Goldby, 
mandolin. 10 i 7 

f**, unp. 

E. D. Goldbv. C 125630, Julv 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Boyal (The) Highlander; march and two- 
step by John L. Sauls, piano solo. 

lOlS 

f°. 5 p. 

J. L. Sauls, Aurora, Nebr. C 118274, 
Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Hnth; wortls by (Jlen Rivers, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1019 

P,3p. 

G. Rivers Chicago, 111. C 123772, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

8abbath (The) day; words by Thom&s H. 
Browne, music bv Lulu M. Tobin. 

1020 

4°, 5 p. 

L. M. Tobin, Connellsville, Pa. C 
125849, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Saorifiee of praise; [words] by Mrs. May 
Mabbette Anderson, [music] by John 
T. Benson. 1021 

leaf. 

J. T. Benscm, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125960, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Sambo's serenade; by J. C. Folwell, guitar 
solo. 1022 

f°. 3p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125652, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



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117 



Ban Franoisoo; words by J. Gordon Tem- 
ple, music by James G. Dewev. 

1028 

P. 5 p. 

J. G. Temple, New York, N. Y. C 
126049, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Ban Franciieo; by James J. Dewey. 1024 

4°, orch. pt8. 

J. Gordon Temple, New York, N. Y. 
C 126050, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. 

Ban Franeisoo, give myloyedones back to me; 
song by M re. C. J. Ames. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1026 

«°.6p. 

Mrs. O. J. Ames, United States. C 
125729, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Ban Franciieo in rnins; song by John J. 
Walker. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1026 

J. J. Walker, United States. C 125725, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Bandenon ( Wilfred ) 

Summer (A) greeting; song no. 1, in A 
flat, words by Helen Taylor. 1027 

f°, 5p. 

Gould & CO., London, England. C 
125606, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Bavionr of men; [words] byMre. Frank A. 
Breck, [music] by Byron Burditt. 

1028 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125965, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Bay that yon forgive me; by Annette White. 
Success music co., Chicago. 1029 
t°, 5 p., sonjc. 

A. White, United States. C 125708, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Boene (A) in the park; words by O. C. 

(Mark, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville munic 

pub. CO. 1030 

f°.6p. 

(). C. Clark, Clifton Springs, N. Y. C 
122375, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Bchenkt a Nedova; words and music by 
Dave Franklin. 1031 

F. 3 p. 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. C 
12^5066, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Bhe was waitinp^ at the tryating place; 
words bv K. E. Rohmer, music by 
Metropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1082 

F. 5 p. 

iVix« K. E. Kohmer, San Antonio, Tex. 
C 123153, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



She'i sleeping on the hill top; words by 
Benj. F. Brown, jr., music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1038 

f°, 5p. 

B. F. Brown, jr., Deerfield, N. H. C 
123778, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Bhe*a sleeping where the silent Tildon 
flows ; words and music by Orvil K. 
Boyd. New York, Melville mu- 
sic pub. CO. 1084 

f^,6p. 

O. K. Boyd, Cicero, Wash. C 123163, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Shelley (Harry Bowe) 

Love' 8 Forro w ; transcribed for piano by 
James H. Kogera. 1035 

fo, 5p. 

G. Schirmer. C 125^77, July 20, 1906; 
2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Silyer (The) lining; valse romantique,. 
by C. L. Barnhouse. 1086 

8°, unp. band pU. 

8®. unp. orch. pts. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
125559 and 125560, July J6, 1906; 2c. of 
each July 16, 1906. 

Simper (Caleb) 

Food and gladness; harvest anthem. 
London, Weekes & Co. 1037 

8°. 7 p. 
C 124081, June 25, 1906. 

Te Deum laudamus; (Chant settings 
no. 8) London, W^eeks & co. 1088 

8P, 3 p. 

C 124080, June 25, 1906. 

When Thou hast gathered in Thy com; 
harvest anthem. London, Weeks & 
CO. 1089 

8°, 11 p. 

C 124082, June 25, 1906. 

C. Simper, Barnstaple, England. 2 c. 
of each July 9, 1906. 

Sims (Hattie Louise) 

Sweetheart, my song is Come; words 
by Frank Dempster Sherman, arr. by 
Frank Lynes for women's voices. (Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt's octavo edition.) 1040 
4°, 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125882, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Sineerity overture; by Geo. D. Barnard. 

1041 

8^^, unp. band ptn. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
125561, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



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Sing under my window to-night; [soug] 
by Charlei< Mallory ChewniiiK- 
Chicago, Succe&s music co. 1048 

P. 6 p. 

C. M. Chewning, United States. C 
126723, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

flUter (David Dick) 

A song of holiday; words by Bryden 
Brown, in K fla't. 1048 

J. H. loin^'av, London, England. C 
126002, July 2S\ 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

flmile on me; [words] by Lenox and Sut- 
ton; arr. by W. C. O'Hare for female 
voices. ' 1044 

40, 3 p. 

for male voices. 

40, 3 p. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 125979-125980, July 21. 1906; 2 c. of 
each July 21, 1906. 

Smith (David Stanley) 

Four songs for a medium voice, with 
piano ace, op. 15. No. 1, A ciwilesong; 
words by William Blake. No. 2, (iold 
and purple; words bv (ieorge Arnold. 
No. 3, Laziness; words bv George Arnold. 
No. 4, The rose; #vords by Phoebe Gary. 

1046 

fo, 4, 4. 3, 5 p. 

li. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126098-126101, July 24, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 16, 1906. 

Smith (Gerrit) 

14 short studies in composition; for 
pianoforte, op. 25. 1046 

f°. 11 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125577, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Snow-white coon; song by Mrs. John W. 
Hunter. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1047 

f°, 6p. 

Afrs, J. W. Hunter, United States. C 
125754, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Soldiers of the crow; [words and music] 
by Chas. M. Fillmore. 1048 

leaf. 

Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 126070, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. 

Solitude waits; G. W. Dean, arr. by C. L. 
Colby. 1049 

f°, 6 p. pi. 

G. W. Dean, United States. C 125545, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Sometime; words and music by Dan Holt. 

1060 

f°, ft p. 

D. Holt, Macon, Ga. C 121027, May 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Song (A) of praise; [words and music by] 
Lyman K. Jackson. 1051 

leaf. 

Geo. C. Stebbins, United States. C 
125806, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Song of the heart; [song for] high voice 
by W. J. Baltzell. 1062 

f. 6 p. 

Theodore Prosser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125887, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Song of the Woodland; dnet for sop. or 
tenor and alto, words by A. Emet«- 
tine Beck, music bv Maude Anita 
Hart. " 1063 

t°, 5 p. 

Western mus. co., Lincoln, Nebr. C 
126019, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23. 1906. 

Song-hirdi on the farm; words and music 
by Albert T. E. Smith, arr. by Ber- 
tram M. Harlowe. ' 1064 

f°. uiip. 

A. T. E. Smith, Woonsocket, R. I. 
C 89500, Feb. 27, 1905; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Sorry; [words by] Andrew Clark, [music 
by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 1066 

f °. 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 125521, July 16, 1906; 2c. 
July 16, 1906. 

Sonthern eehoei; by J. C. Folwell, guitar 
solo. ' 1066 

to, 3 p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125654, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Souvenirs; humorous song written by 
Arthur H el liar, composed by Tom 
Clare. 1067 

f°, 5 p. 

Revnolds <fe co., London, England. C 
126025, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Stanford (Charles Villiera) 

National (The) eong book: a complete 
collection of the folk-songs, carols and 
rounds. Edition with words and voice 
parts only in old notation and tonic ^A- 
fa. . . . translation by T. Werner. 1068 

12°. 

Boosey & co , London, England. C 
125486, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Star of my ionl; song [for] low voice, bv 
J. W. Bischoff. 106*9 

fo, 9p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
126010, July 23. 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Starlight; nocturne for piano, by Herbert 
Stanley. * 106O 

f°. 5 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125505, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



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119 



Starlight fanoiei; serenade, by Geo. D. 
&rnard. 1061 

8^, unp. band pts. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
125662, July 16, 1806; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Stars (The), the stripes and yon; by Justin 
Wheeler, in B flat (vocal orch. 809.) 

1062 

4° wng. 

C 125984, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. 

bv Ju8tin Wheeler, in E flat, (Vocal 

orch. 810) 1068 

4P, song. 

C 125985, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. 

male voices, [words] by Green, 

Moran and Wheeler, arr. by W. C. 
0' Hare. 1064 

4P, 3 p. 

C 125983, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. 

song for cornet by Justin Wheeler, 

arr. for band by W. C. O'Hare. 

1065 

4«, pts.. 

C 126074, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. 

song for trombone or baritone, by 

Justin Wheeler, arr. for band by W. 
C. O'Hare. 1066 

4° pts. 

C 126076, July 23, 1906; 2 c. Julv 23, 
1906. 

two step, intro. Run along, arr. by 

W. C. O'Hare. 1067 

4°, orch.pt*. 

C 126077, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 

Stately hemlock tree; words by Mary A. 
von Camp, music by Charles W^ads- 
worth Kuss. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1068 

f°,5p. 

M. A. von Camp, Steubenville, Ohio. 
C 122368, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 
1906. 

Stately (The) lady; menuet a Tantique 
[by] Charles Wakefield Cadnian. 

1069 
f<^, 6 p. pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125573, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

Steams (C. C.) 

Come, weary one; sacred song, high 
voice in B flat, piano or organ ace. 1070 

C 126681, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 



Song of home; words and music. 
Medium voice in F. 1071 

F, 6 p. 

C 125565, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 

Storm (The); words by Juliet f. Dough- 
erty, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New^ York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1072 

fo, 5 p. 

J . F. Dougherty, Cove, Oreg. C 123784, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Stormy night at sea; [words bv] Dai^y C. 
Smith, [music by] W. E.'Duffell. 

1078 
f°, 8 p. 

D. C. Smith, United States. C 125533, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Strolling in the moonlight; [words by] C. E. 
Hayden [music by] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer." Pioneer music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1074 

F, 5p. 

C. E. Harden, United States. C 125820, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Summer (The) girl; words by May M. La 

Parge, music by Metropiblitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 1075 

f°.5p. 

M. M. La Farge, Tarrytown, N. Y. C 
123776, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Snnbnrst polka; E. D. Goldby, mandolin. 

1076 

f° , unp. 

E. D. Goldby. C 125626, July 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Sweet melodies waits; Jos. Gearen, arr. by 
M. B. Waite. 1077 

f9, 2 maiid. Kiiit. & pf. 

M. B. Waite, Kacine, Wis. C 124938, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Sweet memories of the past; words by Mrs. 
Ed. Woolley, music by Metropolitan 
music CO. New iTork, Melville 

music pub. co. 1078 

f° 3 p. 

Mn. E. Woolley, Sebring, 0. C 123792, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Sweethearts; by Elizabeth Osmun. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1079 

P, 5 p. song. 

E. Osmun. C 125742, July 16, 1906; 
2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Symposium march; J. Siebert Taylor. 1080 

8°, band pt*. 

C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa. C 
125563, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



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Byrian patrol; by Ed. Rogers. 1081 

F. 5 p. pf. 

Va\. Rogers muHio pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 125853, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. July 
5, 1906. 

Take me over, over there; words and music 
bv Herman A. Ebert. Merrill, Wis. 
li. A. Ebert pub. co. 1082 

f°, unp. 

H. A. Ebert, Merrill, Wis. C 124455, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Telerraph; Mords by A. Z. Paling, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1088 
f°, 3p. 

A. Z. Faling, Kenmore, Kv. C 122800, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, U)06. 

Tell me, Only a lentimental pleading; words 
and music by E. II. Pendleton. 1084 

fo 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y'. C 121678, Mav 18, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 

Trehren lieder; words by Morris Roscn- 
feld, music by Sol Smulewitz. 1086 

f °. 3 p. 

Theodore Lohr, New York, N. Y. 
126067, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Trill study; by J. Schulhoff, op. 13, ed- 
ited, revised and fingered by .\nthony 
Stan ko witch. 1086 

f°. 5 p.. pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
125895, July 20, 19(Xi; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

Triampkant (The) pilgrim; song. 1087 

F, unp. 

J. A. Y'ork. C 118106, Apr. 4, 1906; 2 
c. Apr. 4, 1906. 

'Twai mine, 'twas mine; [Pong] l>y Cieorge 
W. liush. Chicago, Weber & 
North music pub. co. 1088 

f°. 2 p. 

G. W. Bush, Celina, Ohio. C 125932, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Twenty-three; words by Adam A. Keller, 
music V)y Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville mu.^^ic pub. co. 

1089 

f°.5p. 

A. A. Keller, New York, N. Y. C 
123781, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Twilight: Beautiful twilight; words by 
Bartley C. Costello, music bv Ernest 
R. Ball. ' 1090 

fo, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. (; 110263, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 



Twilight (A) revery; by J. C. Folwell, 
banjo solo. 1091 

f^ 3 p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125658, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Under the old hawthome tree; words by J. 
H. Pearman; music by Harrv Alton 
Russell. New York, Melville mu- 
sic pub. CO. 1092 
F.3p. 

J. H. Pearman, Lisbon, N. H. C 
123788, June 19. 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Valparaiso; song and refrain by Clark R. 
Potter. 1093 

4°, unp. 

C. R. Potter, ChicAgo, 111. C 101760, 
Auk. «^1, 1^05; 2 c. June 27, 1906. 
Gillet (Ernest). 

Valse tendre; pour orchestre avec piano 
conducteur. Parties d<5tach(f»e8. 111113. 

1094 
8° pt«. 

(i. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italv. C 
125493, July 16, 1901^; 2 c. July 16,* 1906. 

Victory ( The ) may depend on yon; [ wordn] 
bv GeoHje O. VVebeter, [music] bv 
J.' H. Fillmore. 1095 

leaf. 

P'illmore bros. co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 126071, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 19iX). 

Virdie Bale schottische; E. D. Gold by, 
mandolin. 1096 

f°. unp. 

E. I). Goldbv. C 125631, Julv 17, 190(); 
2 c. July 17, \\m. 

Virginian (The) march ft two step; C. £. 
Eanes. 1097 

fo 3 p.. pf. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicajjo, 111. C 125531, July 16, 1906;'2 
c. July 16, 1906. 

Waiting and longing for yon; wonls and 

music by Amos Butler. Pioneer 

music pub. co., Chicago. 1098 
f°. .*) p. 

A. Butler, Unite<i States. C 125817, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Waiting for mama; song by Jennie M. 
Neerland. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1099 

f°. 5 p. 

J. M. Neerland, United States. C 
125759, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

We all love the girls; words by Mrs. A. H. 
(vhristenson, musit; by Charles Wa<ls- 
worth Russ. New York, Melville 
music pub. CO. 1100 

t°, 5 p. 

^fn. A. H. Christenson, Manti, Utah. 
C 122373, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 
1906. 



MUSICAL COMP081TIOJS8 



121 



We shall be like Him; [words by] Flora 
Kirkland, [music by] Geo. C. Steb- 
bius. 1101 

leaf. 

G. C. Stebbins, United States. C 125800, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Wedding of the man in the moon; by Clar- 
ence VV. Lefavour. Success music 
CO., Chicago. 1102 

f°, 5 p., song. 

C. W. Lefavour, United States. C 
125709, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Welcome, King mocking bird; [song] by 
Mrs. C. J. Ames. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1 103 

f°, 5 p. 

Mrs. C. J. Ames, United States. C 
125730, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Wesleyan song book; edited by Karl P. 
Harrington and Carl F. Price. 1104 

SP, 109 p. 

Weslevan University mus. assoc. A 
150840, July 7, 1906; 2''c. July 7, 1906. 

What makes yon cry; words by M. Eleanor 
Teasdale, music by John Martin. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1105 
f°, 5p. 

M. E. Teasdale, Pittsburg, Pa. C 
118180, Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

What shall I do with Jesns; [words] bv 
W. C. Martin, [music] by J. E. DeJ- 
marter. 1 106 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125945, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

What the bntler saw; march [for] piano 
by George Braham. 1107 

P. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 120755, May 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

Whatwonld the home folks say; [music by] 
Vivian A. Milhons. 1108 

P,6p. 

V. A. Milhons, United States. C 
125550, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When grim death comes at dawn; a de- 
scriptive song of the San Francisco 
disaster, words and music bv Mrs. 
F. D. Quaintance. ' 1109 

f*. ftp. 

Mrs. F. D. Quaintance. C 125850, July 
19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

When loYe is yonng; from "Brown of 
Harvard" [words] by Young and 
Ellis, arr. by W. C. 0*Hare, for 
female voices. 1110 



When love is yonng — Continued. 
male voices. 

4°. 6 p. 

M. Witmark <& sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 125981-125982, July 21, 1906. 2 c. of 
each July 21, 1906. 

by M. Melville Ellis, arr. for military 

band by W. C. O'Hare. Solo trom- 
bone. 1111 

8°. 

Solo cornet. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126053-126054, Julv 23, 1906. 2 c. of 
each July 23, 1906. 

When onr hearts beat as one; words and 
musicby Harry J. Hagerling. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1112 

f°, 5 p. 

H. J. Hagerling, Belleville, 111. C 
123773, June, 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

When sonthem roses bloom again; by 
Blanche Black. Success music 
CO., Chicago. 1118 

f°, 5p., song. 

B. Black, United States. C 125704, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When the bloom of summer comes; by 

Percy Jenks. Success music co., 

Chicago. 1114 

f°, 5 p., song. 

P. Jenks, United States. C 125705, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When the corn is in the tassel; words by 
Frank Anderson, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1115 

f°. 5 p. 

F. Anderson, Hannibal, Mo. C 123780, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

When the drnms are throbbing; [song] by 
Emery R. Clark. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1116 

P, 5 p. 

E. R. Clark, United States. C 125719, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When the evening shadows gather on the 
hill; words by Theodore N. Denslow, 
music by ^letropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1117 
f°, 5 p. 

T. N. Denslow, New York, N. Y. C 
122807, June 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

When the heart is sad; lyric by Cecil 
Mack, music bv Thomas Lemonier. 

1118 

f^. 5 p. 

Archer & Lemonier. C 125855, July 
20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OP COPYRIGHT KNTRIE8 



When the musie diet ftway; [music bv] 
C. G. Jaquith. 1119 

f°, 6 p., rang. 

Pioneer mua. publishing company, Chi- 
cago, III. C 125527, July 16, 1906; 2 c. 
July 16, 1; 06. 

When the redbird oomet again to ting iti 
8ong; by K. R. Arner. Success mu- 
sic CO.,' Chicago. 1120 
F, 6p., song. 

E. R. Arner, United States. C 125715, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When the lilken ean have changed to 
golden corn; words and music by A. L. 
Morrissey. " 1121 

f°, 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 125528, Julv 16, 1906; 
2 c July 16, 1906. 

When the tongbirdi homeward fly; words 
by Sadie Webber, music by Harry 
Ennis. Tyro music co., New York. 

1122 

f°.6p. 

Thoa. E. MKruiness, New York, N. Y. 
C 125590, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 

When the Bummer days are oyer, Maggie 
darling; words by Smith and Heng- 
sterman, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic CO. New York, Melyille munic 
pub. CO. 1123 

f°, 6p. 

C. F. Hengsterman, Troy, N. Y. C 
122370, May 29, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

When the snnbeami kiss the hilltops far 

away; [wonls by] Chas. S. Cooley, 
[music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 1124 
f^. 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 125518, July 16, 190(); 
2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When the trees are in blossom; words by 
Herbert Stevens, music by J. Emilus 
Bliven. Denver, Colo., Carnation 
muHic CO. 1125 

fo,5p. 

H. Stevens, Denver, Colo. C 125402, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

When the war is over; [words by] Mar- 
guerite Ross, [music bv] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. ' 1126 

i«.5p. 

M. Ross, Unite<i States. C 125532, July 
16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



When yon and I are one; worde and music 
by Henry Hennefrund. 1127 

fo, 5p. 

H. Hennefrund, New York, N. Y. C 
116255, Mar. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

When yon haye yonr heart's desire, by 
Charles J. Hunkeler. Chicago, 
Succe.«« music co. 1124 

f , 6 p. 8ong. 

C. J. Hunkeler, United States. C 
125733, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Where the Kaw glides swiftly on ; by Ar- 
dath Forn. Chicago, Success mu- 
sic CO. 1129 
f°. 5 p. song. 

Laura E. Householder, United States. 
C 125744, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Which is the key to yonr heart; w^ritten 
and composeil by A If. J. Law ranee 
and Harry Gifford. 1180 

f°, imp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125790, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Whistlin' thro' the glen ; by Esther Wat- 
eon. Pioneer music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1181 
f°, 5 p. song. 

E. Watson, United States. C 125816, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Whole (The) Damm family; words and 
music by Arthur A. Penn. 1182 

f°. 6 p. 
Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 

N. Y. C 96256, June 5, 1905; 2c. July 17, 

1906. 

Why do you hiss the yillain of the play; 

words by Theodor Einstein, music 

by Metropolitan music co. New 

York, Melville music pub. co. 1183 

f°, 5p. 

T. Einstein, Allegheny, Pa. C 123038, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906' 

Why not heed the call ; [words] bv W. 
M. T., [music] by Mrs. W. M.'Tid- 
well. 1184 

leaf. 

Jno. T. Benson, Nashville, Tenn. C 
125987, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. 

Will yon loye me then as now; words by 
Adaline Naught, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1185 

f°. 5p. 

A. Naught, Rushville, 111. C 123156, 
June 9. 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 



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Will 70a loTe me when Fm old ; by Alma 
Lusk. Chicago, Success music co. 

1136 

f°, 5 p. song. 

A. Lusk, United States. C 125728, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Will yon sometimet think of me ; [words 
by] John W. Allen, [music by] 
Euji^ene Kaeuffer. 1187 

P*, 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. C 125522, July 16, 1906; 
2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Will-o-the-wiep ; gallop by J. C. Folwell, 

banjo solo. 1 188 

f°, 3p. 

John C. Folwell, Camden, N. J. C 
125659, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



William! (Warwick) 

Pick of the basket, grand selection; 

arr. by M. Retford. (Boosey & co.'s 

supplemental journal for military bands, 

no. 30. ) Boosey <& CO., London. 1189 

f°. band pta. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 125485, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
16, 1906. 

Wilton (Charles) 

Norah Machree; Irish ballad, words 
by Raymond W. Walker. 1140 

t°, 6 p. 

C. W. Thompson & Co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125901, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 15,207 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all compositions entered under 
the authors in the C.-atalogub and author references to all compositions entered 
under the titles in the Catalogue. In the case of an author reference, the title 
follows the name of the author. 

The FIcureii refer to Uie Heavy-faced Numbers following tlie Titles In tiie 

Catalogue. 



Ackerman (M. ) Moonbeams 978 

Adams (C. ) Mv wanherwoman . 988 

Aldrich ( H. ) At the bugle (»11. . 732 

Aletter (VV.) Hetty 880 

Alphabet (The) 934 

Ames (3/r«. C. J.): 

Welcome, king mocking-bird. 1103 
San Francisco, give my loved 

ones back to me 1025 

AnderHon {Mrs. C. J.) Dawn 

(The) of day 801 

Anderson (F. ) When the corn is 

in the tassel 1135 

Anderson (H.) Melody of love.. 966 
Anderyon (W. R.) If vou'll take 

a trip '. 902 ■ 

An<lrieu ( F.) Champ de rose.**. . . 847 
Archer & Lemonier. When the 

heart is sad 1118 ; 

Armstrong (II.) Krin, dear Krin. 829! 
Arner (K. R.) When the redbird 

comes attain 1120 

Arnold (Mrs. T. R. ) He loved me 

so m\) i 

Ashdown (P.) Mignon to you 1 

returning .... 970 

Baldin (C. ) Belle (The ) of North ' 

Beach 750 

Ball ( E. R. ) : 

If ^ouMl only trust your heart. 901 

Like the rose he wears today. 937 

Twilight 1090 ' 

Baltzell (W. J.) Song of the 

heart 1052 , 

Barnard ((t. I).): 

Enchantment 827 ! 

Sincerity overture 1 04 1 , 

Stariight fancies 1061 

Bam house (C. L. ): \ 

Courtier ( The) march 792 

Enchantment 827 

Silver lining 1036 

Sincerity overture 1041 

Stariight fancies 1061 

Symposium march 1080 

Barthel ( VV . L. ) jr. By my lover's 

side .• 769 



Beck (A. E.) Little Jap waltz... 944 

Beebe(T.) Parting of the ways.. 1005 

Bell (N. S. ) Jes' wait till 921 

Benson (J. T. ): 

Atonement is made 736 

Come to the cross 785 

Coming again 787 

Coming as a thief 788 

Glimpse ( A ) of Jesus 856 

Glory to God 858 

Heisall 868 

He loves me so 870 

He will supply our needs 872 

He'll never let go 876 

I'm happy 906 

I'm on the rock 908 

Jesus I am resting 922 

Jesus is able 924 

Jesus, Jesus 925 

King's (The) call 930 

Marching on with Jesus 961 

Sacrifice of prai.se 1 021 

Saviour of men 1028 

What shall I do with Jesus?. . 1 106 

Why not heed the call 1 134 

Benson ( L. B.) Down in the old 

grapevine swing 814 

Bever. (iolden Wish 860 

Billings (C. E.) (^ood-bve 862 

Bischoff (J. W. ) Star of my soul. 1059 

Blackburn (J. B. ) (Tlory to God. 858 
Bliven (J. E. ) When the trees 

are in blos'-'om 1 125 

Bluska (C. F. ) Beautiful shores 

of lake Erie 743 

Boose V & CO. : 

Little Indian 1006 

National song l)ook 1058 

Bovd (O. K. ) She's sleeping .... 1034 
Braham ((i.) What the butler 

saw 1107 

Bratton (J. W.): 

Elfin lullaby 824 

Isle (The) of kiss, cuddle and 

coo 915 

Little bit of fringe 940 

Brown ( B. F. ) She's sleeping ... 1033 

I 



II 



INDEX 



Brown ' B. L ) Love is never loved 

in vain 952 

Brown (W. L.): 

Garden (The) 845 

Pack clouds awav 1001 

Bruff (J. K.) Fourth (The) of 

July 843 

Bubel ( E. J. ) Don't bother me. . 808 

Buckley ( W. H. ) Canzonetta . . . 773 

Buell ( R. F.) Dreamy moon 820 

Burditt (B.): 

Kinif's (The) call 930 

Saviour of men 1028 

Burkle ( B. M. ) On the bench ... 993 

Burton (lfr«. P.) One more vear. 996 
Bush (G. W.) *Twaf^ mine, ''twas 

mine 1088 

Butler ( A. ) Waiting & longing for 

you 1098 

Cadman ( C. W. ) Stately lady . . . 1069 , 

Cadmus ( H. ) Bitter sweet waltz. 757 

Campl)ell (K. D. ) Minniewaha.. 973 

Canzone guerresca 851 

Carleton (L.): , 

Littlechick 942 ' 

My love went o'er the sea 9H3 i 

Chappell {}fr8. M.) Doomed San 

Francisco 811 

Chappell & CO. : 

Dairymaids (The) 881 i 

Song without words 850 | 

Chewning (C M.) Sing under ray 

window 1042 , 

Chord-studies for the violin 964 

Christ enson (Mrs. A. H.) We all 

love the girls 1100 

Church (J. ) CO. : 

Cradle songs and lullabies 794 

Daffodils.. 797 

Dolly Madison 807 

Invincible folio of organ music. 867 

Lily ( The ) maid 

Star of mv soul 1059 

Clare ( T. ) Souvenirs 1057 

Clark ( E. R. ) When the drums are 

throbbing 1116 

Clark (O. C): 

Day (A) at the fair 803 

Scene in the park 10.J0 

Clarke (I). ) Love among the 

flowers 949 

Clarke (M. A.) By Lake Wianis- 

quam 768 

Clough-I-«ighter (H.) Gloria in 

excelsis 761 

Coats (R. W.) In New England. 910 

Cohn (P. ) Chautau(|ua march... 77o 

Colby (C. L.) Solitude waltz.... 1049 

Come, O weary one 1070 

Cornin (J. ) If >'on want me 900 

Cranmer (E. L. j Love divine ... 951 
Craver {Mrn. Martha). Blue eyed 

Taasey 758 

Crawford (C. ) On the shady side. 994 
Damm (A.) Conqueror's (The) 

marcii 789 



I 



Damm (P. F. ) Armorita 730 

Davis (C. H. ) Old maid's song . . 992 
Day-Loucks (Mr$. F. ) Jesus I am 

resting 922 

Dean (G. W. ) Solitude waltz. ... 1049 

Decker ((J. F. ) Bonnie Lee march . 7tjO 

Decourcelle ( P. ) FoUe extase ... 972 

Delicate ( A ) shade of blue 791 

Delmarter (J. E. ) What shall I do 

with Jesus? 1106 

Denslow (T. N. ) When the even- 
ing shadows gather 1117 

Derry (P. K.) Colorado waltzes. 782 

Dewey ( J. G. ) San Francisco ... 1023 
Ditson (O.) CO.: 

Bolero caprice 759 

Gloria in excelsis 761 

Melodiein F 966 

Divine awe 954 

Doane(W.H.) Happy those da vs. 865 

Dodge (J. W. ) Nellie's eyes. . " . . 990 

Doughertv (J. F.) Storm (The). 1072 

Dowell ( H. E. ) Happyland 866 

Down bv the old mill 790 

Doyle (B.) Hymn (The) my 

mother sang 887 

Drei lieder fiir mittlestimme 967 

Duffell ( ( '. S. ) 1 love vou 889 

Duffell ( W. E. ) : 

Pretty village 1014 

Stormy night at sea 1073 

Dulce cor Jesu 812 

Dupont (M.) Gazeka's (The) pa- 
rade 848 

Fianes(C. E. ) Virginian march.. 1097 
El>ert (H. A.): 

Down by the Big Bull Falls . . 813 

Take me over, over there 1082 

Edwards, G.: 

I want some one to love me .. 891 

It's only a custom 918 

It's the smile 919 

Edwards (L.) How 1 remember. SS3 

Einstein ( T. ) Wh v do you hiss. . 1 133 

Elander ( C. ) On ti ptoe 995 

Eldridge ( R. R. ) It's just because. 917 

El kin & CO. Ivove, like a star 745 

Ellison (T. B.) Climbing of the 

tree 779 

Ennis ( H. ) When the songbirds 

homeward fly 1122 

Ennis ( N. M. ) I'se so sorry 914 

Eno ( P. ) Eno's elementary & ad- 
vanced technic studies 828 

E[>erdument 96<) 

Ephraim (E. R. ) In trouisiana . . 909 

Evans ( E. J. ) Dream of the waltz. 817 

Evans ( W. A. ) Armorita 730 

Faling ( A. Z. ) Telegraph 1083 

Farewell 836 

Field ( J . T. ) Faith of our fathers. 835 

Fielitz ( A. von ). Lily maid 840 

Fillmore (C. M.): 

Little patriots 945 

Soldiers of tho.Cross 1048 



INDEX 



III 



I 



Fillmore (J. H.) Victory (The) 

may depend on you 1095 

Fillmore broe. co. : 

Little patriots 945 

Soldiers of the Croaa 1048 

Victory (The) may depend on 

on v'ou 1095 

First (The) spring day 877 

Fischer (C. ): 

Alphabet (The) 934 

Chord-studies 964 

Heimweh 822 

Practical method 931 

Fischer (J.) & bro. Manual of 

plain chant 762 

Folwell (J. C): 

Bayside march 740 

Dance (The) of the waves 799 

Fohvell's favorite march 841 

Mistletoe waltz 975 

Moonlight schottiache 978 

Mountain breezes 980 

Plantation jubilee 1012 

Sambo's serenade 1022 

Southern echoes 1056 

Twilight revery 1091 

Will-o-the-wisp 1138 

Folle extase 972 

Food & gladness 1037 

Forbes ( A. J. ) Bride's (The) fate 765 

Forn(A.) Where the Kaw glides. 1129 

Foes (R. A.) By lake Winnip^uam 768 

Foster (M. ) Giri (The) I loved. . 852 

Four songs for a medium voice . . . 1045 
Francis, Dav & Hunter: 

Belle of Mayfair 748 

Belle of Ma V fair lancers 749 

Celia .* 774 

Dream of the rarebit fiend ... 816 

Mignon, to you returning 970 

Pick of the basket 1 139 

Victoria (The) cross 884 

Which is the key to your 

heart 1130 

Frankensteen (H. L. ) Beautiful 

shores of lake Erie 743 

Franklin (D.) Schenkta Nedova. 1031 

Friedman ( L. ) II earts and masks . 874 

Froh durch die welt I 875 

Furth (S.): 

It'seasy ...j» 916 

Model little maid 976 

Gavotte des fiancailles 755 

(iayly through the world ! 875 

Gearen (J.) Sweet melodies 

waltz 1 077 

Gedalge ( A. ) Sct^nes gothiques . . 1009 
Gifford (H. ) Which is the key to 

vour heart 1130 

Gifford (H.), Mellor (T.), & I^w- 

rance (A. J.) Hullo! who's 

there 886 

Gilbert ( H . ) By sylvan paths ... 770 

Gilchrest ( L. L. ) Emanuel Boone . 826 

Gloria in excelsis 761 

Godoy ( A. L. ) Girl of Panama. . 853 



r I 



Goldby (E. D.): 

Coaching club march 780 

Dancing 'mid the palms 800 

Dawn of the rose 802 

Glittering star polka 857 

Juniata waltz 926 

Maid of honor mazurka 957 

Queen of the valley 1015 

Royal crest schot tische 1017 

Sunburst polka 1076 

Vinlie Dale schottische 1 096 

Gordon (H. S. ) Dream of the 

waltz 817 

Gospel male choir 953 

Gould & CO. : 

First ( The) spring day 877 

. Life's thanksgiving 878 

Summer greeting 1027 

Graves (F. A.) He was nailed to 

the cross 871 

Green (G. H.) Little baby in the 

cradle 939 

Grill (L. F.) Her love has called 

me 879 

Gruenwald (R.) Melodic in F... 965 

Hachette & cie. Eperdument 960 

Hagerling (H. J.) When our 

hearts beat as one 1112 

H am mond ( Mrs. A. R. ) Di tty ( A ) 

of my cat 804 

Harding {Mrs. A.) Give me back 

my first love 855 

Harfenklaenge 839 

Harlowe (B. M.) Song-birds on 

the farm 1054 

Hariow ( W. ) Liber am de best. . 936 
Harri ngton ( K . P. ) Wesleyan song 

book 1104 

Hart (M. A.) Song of the wood- 
land 1053 

Harvey (J. C.) Other (The) way. 998 
Hatch music co. National graded 

(;ourse 989 

Ilaviland (F. B.) pub. co. Girlie 

I love you 854 

Hayden (C. E. ) Strolling in the 

moonlight 1074 

Heimweh 821 

Helf ( J. F. ) Colleen-Bawn 781 

Helf & Hager CO. Colleen-Bawn. 781 

Heugel & cie: 

Champ de roses 847 

(iavotte des fiancailles 755 

Madam Trois Etoiles 753 

Marche des soireux 754 

Sct>nes gothiques 1009 

Triplepatte 756 

Hengsterman (C. F.) When the 

summer days are over 1123 

Hennefriind (H. ) W'hen you and 

I are one 1127 

Herbert (V.): 

If Morgan bought an army . . . 898 

Mignonette 971 

Heyser (E. K. ) Belle of Chautau- 
qua 747 



IV 



INDEX 



Hill (C.) Pines 1010 

Hilton (W. J.) If I only had a 

mama 897 

Hisey {yfrs. T. A. ) Indian cradle 

song 913 

Hitchcock (A. E.) Beneath the 

chestnut tree 752 

Hoffmann (M.) Mamie, nie old 

pal Mame 959 

Holmes (G. E.) Courtier (The) 

march 792 

Holt (D.): 

r 11 never be so foolish 905 

M y Mississippi babe 985 

Sometime 1050 

Hoschna, Karl L. Land of ro- 
mance 932 

Hough (Mm. E. F. ) Evalina 

Snow 830 

Householder (L. E. ) Where the 

Kaw glides 1129 

Howard ( 3/r«. J. R. ) Itte cream . . 896 

Howard (L. E.) Minniewaha . . . 973 
Hunkeler (C. J. ) When you have 

vour heart's desire ". 1 128 

Hunter (Mm. J. W.): 

Ragtime wedding 1016 

Snow-white coon 1047 

Huntwell (M.) Do you know ... 805 

Invincible folio of organ music . . . 867 
Irwin [Mrs. S.) Penny for your 

thoughts, my dear 1008 

Jackson (L. F.) Song of praise . . 1051 
Jaquith (C. G.) When the music 

dies awav 1119 

Jenkins ( R. 0. ) Daffodils 797 

Jenks (P.) When the bloom of 

summer comes 1114 

Johns (A.) Arabv 729 

Johnson (A, S. ) and White (O. M. ) 

Come take a float 783 

Johnson (B. ) Maid in Maiden 

Lane 955 

Johnson (H. ) At the bugle's call. 734 
Jones (C. B. ) Place me on the 

heavenly side v.. 1011 

Jones (C. P.): 

Atonement is made 736 

Calling us deeper 772 

Coming as a thief 788 

Jesus, Jesus 925 

Jones (Mrs. H. W.) Penny for 

your thougVits 1007 

Jordan ( F. R. ) Maid in the moon . 956 

Just as I am 796 

Kaeuffer (E. ): 

Bride (The) of Washington . . 764 

Climbing of the tree 779 

Down in the old grapevine 

swing 814 

Going home 859 

Her love has called me 879 

1' m longing 907 

1 will always think of you ... 893 

Jes' wait till 921 

Marie 962 



Kaeuffer (E.) — Continued. 

Operator's sweetheart 997 

Please dont tease me 1013 

Sorry 1055 

Strolling in the moonlight 1074 

When the sunbeams kiss the 

hilltops 1124 

When the war is over 1126 

Will voa sometimes think of 

me^ 1137 

Kaps(K.) Belle of Mayfair 748 

Kaun (W. A.) music co. Froh 

durch die welt! 875 

Keefer(J. H.) Dreaming of home. 819 

Keller ( A. A. ) Twenty-three 10S9 

Kel ley ( M . ) Down where the roses 

bloom 815 

Kephart (C. B. ) Beautiful roses. 742 
Kern ( C. W. ) Fairv fountain ... 833 
Kiefert ( C. ) Belle o*f Mayfair lan- 
cers 749 

Kiel ( K. ) Little queen polka 946 

Kinsey (A. I.) In the whirl, 

march two-step 912 

Knight bros. Hymn (The) my 

mother sang 887 

Kremer (V.) co. Like the rose, 

you are the fairest 938 

La<iy Baltimore waltzes 823 

La Farge ( M. M. ) Summer girl . . 1075 
Larsen (H. E.) Back to my old 

Wisconsin nome 739 

Larway (J. H.) Song of holiday. 1043 
Lawrance (A. J.), Mellor (T.), 

& Gifford (H ) Hullo! who's 

there 886 

Lawrence (J.) Which is the key 

to vour heart 1130 

Lee (M. H. ) Geniveve 849 

Lee(0.) Don't leave me 809 

Lefavour (C. W. ) Wedding of the 

man in the moon 1102 

Lemonier (T. ) When the heart is 

sad 1118 

I^nt(E.) Cradle song 793 

Lerman (J. W.) Come ye discon- 
solate 786 

Lewis ( W. H. ) Paquita 1004 

Life's thanksgiving 878 

Lindsay (S. ) At the bugle call . . 733 

Lin ne ( H . S. ) Bacch us true blue . 738 
Lisette (P. A.) My everyday 

girl *. 981 

List (H. B.) Maud 963 

Little cowbovs 943 

Little Indian 1006 

Little tin soldier 948 

Lohr (T.): 

Schenkt a Nedova 1031 

Trehren lieder 1085 

Long (J. O. ) I'm happy, &c 900 

Ix)ngfellow ( R. G. ) Our canary . . 999 

Love, like a star 745 

Love's sorrow 1035 



INDEX 



Lublin & CO. Down by the old 

mill , 790 

Lusk (A.): 

Drunkard's (A) lot 822 

Will you love me when I'm 

old 1136 

L^rnes (F.) Sweetheart, my song 

is come 1040 

MacDonald (T. A. ) Burv me 763 

MacDougall ( K. ) Kid [ the) that 

captivated Broadwav 929 

Mace ( Mrs. C. E. ) I wonder 894 

McFall(B. G.) New King 991 

McGuiness (T. E.) When the 

songbirds homeward fly 1122 

Mack (A. A.) : 

Divine awe 

My lady's hair 954 

Mackie — Golden west 860 

M cLain ( M. L. ) Just one boy 928 

Madam Trois Etoiles 753 

Manual of plain chant 762 

Marche des soireux 754 

Martin (A.) My love went o'er 

the sea 983 

Martin (J.) VVhat makes you cry 1105 

Mason ( S. ) Bright eyes 766 

Meakim ( F. ) Belles ( Les) 751 

Mellor (T.)i I^wrance (A. J.), & 

Gifford ( H. ) Hullo! who'sthere 886 

Mentel (L.) Gaj?oline rag 846 

Metropolitan music co. : 

At the bugle call 733 

Back to my old Wisconsin 

home 739 

Beautiful roses 742 

Before the ball 746 

By my lover's side 769 

Come' to me love 784 

Do you know 805 

Don't bother me 808 

Don't leave me 809 

Down where the roses bloom. 815 

Fairy-land 834 

Girl (The) I loved 852 

Good-bve Susie 861 

I am on'l y a 1 i 1 y 888 

I wonder 894 

If I only had a mama 897 

If we should meet 899 

I'm going Ijack 905 

In New England 910 

In the garden 911 

I'se so sorry 914 

Just because I learned 927 

Just one boy 928 

Kid (The) that captivated 

Broadway 929 

Little baby in the cradle 939 

Love among the roses 950 

Maud 963 

Meta 968 

Mother'ssigh 979 

Mv mother's wrinkled hands. 986 

Ofd maid'ssong 992 

On the bench 993 



Metropolitan music co. — Contd. 
Penny for your thoughts, my 

dear 1008 

Ruth 1019 

Scene in the park 1030 

She was waitmg 1032 

She's sleeping on the hill top. 1033 

Storm (The) 1072 

Summer girl 1075 

Sweet memories of the past.. 1078 

Telegraph 1083 

Twenty-three 1089 

When the com is in the tassel. 1115 
. When the evening shadows 

gather 1117 

When the summer days are 

over 1123 

Why do you hies 1133 

Miles, Do well & Sloan. Happvland. 866 
Milhons ( V. A. ) What would the 

home folks say 1108 

Mills (J. C. ) Mont-soy-no 977 

Molineux(G.) Bitter sweet waltz. 757 

Molseed (J. ) Before the ball 746 

Moret ( N. ) A utumn march 737 

Morrissey (A. L.) When the 

silken ears have changed 11 21 

Morse (T. ) Girlie I love you 854 

My lady's hair 954 

National song book 1058 

Naught (A.) Will you love me 

then as now 1135 

Neath the apple-trees 885 

Neerland (J. M. ): 

I see her 890 

Waiting for mama 1099 

Newman (H. L.) Like the rose, 

vou are the fairest 938 

Nichols ( A. ) Felicity 838 

Norah Mat^hree 1140 

North Beach amusement co. Belle 

(The) of North Beach 750 

O' Brine ( K. A. ) In the garden . . 91 1 

O'Connor (T.) I'll be true 903 

0'Hare(W. C): 

Don't send my heart away . . . 810 

On the shady side 994 

Paquita 1004 

Smile on me 1044 

Stars and stripes and you 1062 

W' hen love is young 1110 

On the tree top 948 

Onlv a year 771 

O&mum (E. ) Sweethearts 1079 

Park ( W. A. ) 1 am only a lily . . 888 

Parker (L. E. ) Come to me love. 784 

Pattee(N. ) Little boys for Jesus. 941 

Paul (C. ) Chautauqua march .. . 775 
Pearman (J. H.) Lender the old 

hawthorne tree 1092 

Pendleton ( E. H. ) Tell me 1084 

Penn (A. A.) Whole Damm 

family 1132 

Pepper ( J. W. ) Golden west 860 

Peu (Un) beaucoup passionnement. 837 

Pick of the basket 1139 



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INDEX 



Pioneer mus. pab. co. : 

Bonnie I-.ee march 760 

Bride (The) of Washington.. 764 

Going home 859 

I'm longing 907 

Jack of all waltz 920 

Marie 962 

Mont-8oy-no 977 

Please dont tease me 1013 

Sorry 1055 

Virginian march 1097 

When the music dies away . . 1119 
When the silken ears have 

changed 1121 

When the sunbeams kiss the 

hilltops 1124 

Will vou sometimes think of 

me'. 1137 

Pollard ( E. E. ) Dreams of home. 818 

Pool (A. E.) Farewell 836 

Potter ( C. R. ) Valparaiso 1093 

Pratt (J. P. ) My mother's wrin- 
kled hands 986 

Prescott ( E. ) Jack of all waltz . . 920 

Pres8er(T.): 

Canzonetta 773 

Conqueror's (The) march.... 789 

Crad le song 793 

Dollie'a dream 806 

Fairy fingers 832 

Fairv fountain 833 

Frivol; tte 844 

Little stranger 947 

Palmetto march 1003 

Song of the heart 1052 

Starlight 1060 

Stately lady 1069 

Trill study 1086 

Price (C. B. ) Belle of Chautauqua. 747 
Price (C. F. ) Wesleyan song 

book 1104 

Prosser ( M. ) Laronette ( The ) . . . 933 

Pupil's second etude album 969 

Quaintance (Mm. F. D. ) When 

grim death comes at dawn 1109 

Quintero ( J. ) Forlorn maid 842 

Raabe & Plothow. Drei lieder. . . 9()7 

Randolph (R. ) It's just because. . 917 
Rather (S. M. ) Place me on the 

heavenly side 1011 

Remick (J. H.) & co.: 

Autumn march 737 

Hearts and masks 874 

Ressler (W. N. ) Just because I 

Retford ( M.) ' 'pickoV the basket ! 1139 
Reynolds & co. : 

' Delicate (A) shade of blue 791 

Souvenirs 1057 

Ricordi (G. ) & c. Valse tendre . . 1094 

Rivers (G.) Ruth 1019 

Roe (G. ) My rose bud sweet 987 

Rogers ( E. ) Syrian patrol 1081 

Rogers ( E. ) music pub. co. Svrian 

patrol *. 1081 

Rogers (J. H. ) Love's sorrow . . . 1035 



Rohmer ( K. E. ) She was waiting. 1032 

Rol li nson ( F. H . ) I was a wander- 
ing sheep 892 

Rollinson(T. H.) Bolero caprice. 759 

Rollo (R.) Cupid, don't forsake 

me 795 

Roes ( M. ) When the war is over. 1 126 

Rubenstein ( A ) Melodie in F . . . 965 

Ru8s(C. W.): 

Parting of the ways 10O5 

SUtely hemlock tree 1068 

We all love the girls 1100 

Russell (H. A.): 

Burvme 763 

Under the old hawthome tree. 1092 

Sauls ( J. L. ) Roval Highlander . 1018 

Sawyer (H. P.) Little tin soldier 

times 948 

Schirmer (G. ): 

Devine awe 954 

Four songs 1046 

Little tin soldier times 948 

Love's sorrow 1035 

My lady's hair 954 

Neath the apple-trees 885 

Songs of Hellas 864 

Spring twilight 954 

Schmidt (A. P.): 

Just as I am 796 

Pupil's second 6tude album . . . 969 

Sweetheart, my song is come . , 1 040 

Variations on Balkan themes. 741 

Violin studies 882 

14 short studies 1046 

Schmidt (H.) I wonder if you 

love me *. 895 

Schuler(G.S.): 

He'll never let go 876 

Jesus is leading 924 

Marching on with Jesus 961 

Schulhoff (J.) Trill study 1086 

Schuster (A. M. ) I will always 

think of you 893 

Scroggan ( S. ) Mother's sigh 979 

Sheard (C. ) & co.: 

Gazeka'fi parade 848 

Hullo! who's there 886 

Shutleriy ( C. S. ) I love you 889 

Shutts [Mrs. A. M.) I'm going 

back 905 

Siebert-Taylor (J. ) Symposium 

march '. 1080 

Seifert (H. T.): 

Alphabet 934 

Practical method 931 

Smith (A. T. E.) Song-birds on 

the farm 1054 

Smith ( B. ) Love among the roses 950 

Smith (C. D. ) : 

Operator' s sweetheart 997 

Stormy night at sea 1073 

Smith (G. ) I'll be your little beau. 904 

Smith ( M. A. ) Elks' call to Denver. 825 

Smulewitz (8. ) Trehren lieder . . 1085 

Societal Italiana di fonotipia can- 
zone guerresca 851 



INDEi 



VII 



Somes (C.F.) Paddy's love letter. 1002 

Song of holiday 1043 

Song of home 1071 

Song without words 850 

Songs of Hellas 864 

Spaulding (G. L.): 

Dollie's dream 806 

Little stranger 947 

Speed ( A. C. ) Little chick 942 

Spring twiligot 954 

Stahl ( W. P. ) Let that nigger be. 935 

Stankowitch ( A. ) Trill study 1086 

Stanley ( H.) Starlight 1060 

Star music co. New King 991 

Stebbins (G. C): 

Ask 731 

At the door 735 

Because Thou didst overcome. 744 

Everlastinff arras 831 

Jesus is able 923 

Make room for Him 958 

Out of the darkness 1000 

Song of praise 1051 

We shall be like Him 1101 

Stem (J. W.) & CO.: 

Lady Baltimore waltzes 823 

Only a year 771 

Stevens (H.) When the trees are 

in the blossom 1125 

Stonehill (M. J.) By de goblin 

IfOQ 767 

Struble' (E. M. *) " ' Fairy-larid !!!!!*. 834 

Summer greeting 1027 

Suter(R.O.) Frivolette 844 

Sweetheart, mv song is come 1040 

Taylor (H.) Celia 774 

Te Deum laudamus 1038 

Teasdale (M. £.) What makes 

you cry 1 105 

Temple (J. G. ) San Francisco. . . 1023 

Thornton (J. ) My Matsuma 984 

Thompson (C. W\ ) & co. : 

Bright eyes 766 

Garden 845 

Little (lueen polka 946 

Maid in themoon 956 

Norah Machree 1140 

Pack clouds away 1001 

Via Sacra 798 

Thurban (T. W.) Dream of the 

rarebit fiend 816 

Tidwell (Mm.W. M.) 

Heisall 868 

Why not heed the call 1 134 

Tobin (L. M.) Sabbath day 1020 

Triplepatte 756 

Tullar-Meredith co. : 

Come ye disconsolate 786 

Hearus, O Loni 873 

I was a wandering sheep 892 

Ix)ve divine 951 

United States music co. Our can- 
ary 999 

Utermoehlen (W. G.) Palmetto 

march 1003 

Valse tendre 1094 

3595— PT 3, NO 8—06 3 



Variations on Balkan themes 741 

Via Sacra 798 

Victoria cross 884 

Violin studies 882 

von Camp (M. A.) Stately hem- 
lock tree 1068 

Wachs ( P. ) Fairy fingers 832 

Waghorne (G. E. ) Great General 

Slocum fire 863 

Waite (M. B.) Sweet melodies 

waltz 1077 

Walker (J. J.) San Francisco in 

ruins 1026 

Wallerstein ( H. L. ) Mister sun . . 974 
Wallerstein & Gilbert. By sylvan 

paths 770 

Ward ( B. ) Good-bye, Susie 861 

Waring (L. C.) Meta 968 

Washington music pub. co. I won- 
der if you love me 895 

Watson (E.) Whistlin' thro' the 

glen 1131 

We left our caps 948 

Weber & Nort.h music pub. co.: 

Let that nigger be 935 

Liber am de best 936 

Weeks (H.M.) If we should meet. 899 

Werner (T.) National song book. 1058 
Wesleyan univ. music assn.: 

Wesleyan song book 1104 

little Jap waltz 944 

Song of the woodland 1053 

Wheeler (J.) Stars and stripes 

and you 1062 

W hen southern roses bloom again . 1113 

When summer comes 948 

When thou hast gathered in the 

com 1039 

White (A.) Say that you forgive 

me 1029 

White (H. N. ) Cleveland news. . 776 

White (O. M. ) Come Uke a float. 783 
White (O. M.) and Johnson (A. S. ) 

Come take a float 783 

White-Smith music pub. co.: 

Come, O weary one 1070 

Song of home 1071 

Williams { L. ) Dairymaids 881 

Wilmarth(W.G.) Dolly Madison. 807 
Witmark (M.) & sons: 

Araby 729 

At the bugle call 732 

Bacchus true blue 738 

Belles (Les) 751 

By de goblin tree 767 

Don't send my heart away ... 810 

Erin, dear Erin 829 

Elfin lullaby 824 

(jood-bye till we meet again . . 862 

Hetty 880 

How 1 remember 883 

I want someone to love 891 

If Morgan l)ought an army . . . 898 

If you'll onlv trust vour heart. 901 

If you'll take a trip 902 

In Louisiana 909 



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INDEX 



Witmark ( M. ) & sous — Continued. 

Isle « f Kiss, cuddle and coo.. 915 

It's easy 916 

It's only a custom 918 

It's the smile 919 

Land of romance 932 

Like the rose he wears to-day . 937 

Little bitof fringe 940 

Maid in M aiden I jane 955 

Mamie, me old pal Mame 959 

Mignonette 971 

Model little maid 976 

My Matsuma 984 

On tiptoe 995 

On the shady side 994 

Other (The) wav 998 

Paquita 1004 



Witmark (M. ) Aeons — Continued. 

Smile on me 1044 

Stars and stripes and you 10t>2 

Tell me 1084 

Twilight 1090 

What the butler saw 1107 

When love is young 1110 

Whole Damm family 1 132 

Wittich ( E. ) Hear us, O Lord ... 873 

Woolley (Mr8. E.) Sweet memo- 
ries of the past 1078 

York (J. A.) Triumphant pil- 
grim 1087 

Zamecnik(J.S.) Cleveland (The) 

news 776 

Zangeri ( F. ) My jilted love 982 

14 short studies in (composition . . . 104(5 



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. COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ko. 9 

August 30, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. The titles b^inning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the same. 
Information contained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading "Words by," ** Music 
by " are to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains the names of the copyright proprie- 
tors of all the titles registered in this number; it includes also title references to all 
compositions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references 
to all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc., score; full sc., full score; voc. 
8C., vocal score; pf. sc., pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace., accom- 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. " Copyright by Jos. W. Stem & co., New York, N. Y. Class C, 
XXc, no. 126286, July 27, 1906; 2 copies received July 27, 1906." 



After they gather the hay; by S. B. Henry, 
arr. by Robert Recker. 1141 

4^, band pts. 

Jos. W. Stem & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126286, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Aletter (A.) 

Harpe des anges; morceau de salon 
pour piano. 1142 

f*>, 6p. 

B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 
125696, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Aletter (W.) 

In stately measure. 114S 

t°, 5 p., pf . duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126153, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

All alonie; words by Charlotte Vermilj^e 
Cmser, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1144 

f**,8p. 

C. V. Cruser, Rochester, N. Y. C 
124404, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Alonio; song by Marion Lyon Hall. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1145 

M. L. Hall, United States. C 126352, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Amerieana; words and music by Dan J. 
Sullivan. 1 146 

F,5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
K. Y. C 117172, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 



Annette; words by P. W. Fass, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1147 

f*. 5p. 

P. W. Fass, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 124400, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Amdt (W.) 

Abschied: gedicht von Hoffmann von 
Fallersleben. Drei mannerchore, op. 52. 

1148 
8®, 3 p., 80. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
126217, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Ame (Thomas) 

Where the bee sucks; part song for 
mixed voices, words bv William Shake- 
speare, arr. by W. G. Owst. 1149 

4°, 5 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126506, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Atwood (Harvey) 
Silver whispers; song, no. 1 in C. 1150 

f^,7p. 

Allan & CO., proprietary, ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. C 126126, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Ave Maria: (O Lord most holy), by Mrs. 
Fleury Urbain Laroussini. 1151 

f°, 6 p., song. 

Philip Werlein, ltd., New Orleans, La. 
C 126334, July 28, 1906; 2 e. July 28, 
1906. 

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Baby reti the cream; words and music bv 
Ellerslie Wallace. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1162 

E. Wallace, Eaeton, Pa. C 124379, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Baby's gone; words by J. W. Davis, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville muHc pub. co. 1168 
f°, 3 p. 

J. W. Davis, Ionia, S. C. C 124375, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Baldamni (OnstaT) 

3 love songs; (Lieder der Hebe) with 
pianoforte ace, op. 80. 1, 'Neath the 
spell thy song has woven; (Du hast meine 
ganze seele) 2. In my heart thou liest 
hidden; (Ich wiil dich auf handen tragen) 
3. I have a blue-eyed sweetheart; (Ich 
hah' ein schneeweiss liebchen) 1164 

fo, 3, 6, 6 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126156-126157, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 25, 1906. 

Bantoek (Granville) 

Omar KhayyAm ; The Ruba'iyat accord- 
ing to Edward Fitzgerald set to music for 
3 solo voices, chorus and orchestra, in 3 
parts. Vocal score part 1. 1166 

8°, 246 p. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig* Germany. 
C 126208, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 
1906. 

Bateson (Thomai) 

Holy Lord God almighty: anthem for 
trinity tide or general use, edited by James 
F. Fitzgerald. (Novello's oct. anthems 
no. 842.) 1166 

8° 11 p. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125785, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Battle (The) must be won: by Bert D. Stone- 
man. Chicago, Success music co. 

1167 
f°, 6 p., song. 

B. D. Stoneman, United States. C 
126367, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Beantifnl lake Geneva, Wisoonim; song by 
J. B. Slawson. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1168 

1°. 5 p. 

J. B. Slawson, United States. C 126348, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Because you wouldn't let me see you home; 
by H. W. Hiltibiddle. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1169 

P, 5 p., song. 

H. W. Hiltibiddle, United States. C 
126390, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Beethoven. 

In questa tomba oscura; (In this dark 
tomb) edited by Alberto Randegger. 
(The classical vocalist, no. 2.) il60 

f=*.4p. 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 126451, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
30, 1906. 

Berger (Bodolphe) 

Cceur fragile; valse lente, piano seul. 

1161 

f°, 6 p. 

C 126456, July 30, 1906. 



Printania; piano seul. 



1162 



f°.5p. 

C 126458, July 30, 1906. 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 
2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Bertini (Henri) 

Twenty-five studies for the piano; op. 
32, a sequel to op. 29 edited by Thomas 
Tapper. (Ditson edition, no. 88) 116S 
40, 43 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. A 
152344, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Birdie's (The) goodbye; words by PUiza- 
beth McE. Shields, music bv Harrv 
Alton Russell. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1164 
f°. 3p. 

E. McE. Shields, Memphis, Tenn. 
124382, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Blnette; [by] Ch. Armand, violin & 
piano. 1165 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126312, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Bohm (Carl) 

Espagnola (Spanish dance) op. 366, 
no. 4, pianoforte 2/ms. 1166 

f^.7p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126139, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Bolero; Ch. Armand, violin & piano. 

1167 

i°, 9 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126313, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Boye (The) in blue: words by Marie J. 

Weeks, music by Frank *W. Bresee. 

Excelsior, Minn., Minnetonka music 

house. 116ft 

f°, imp. 

F. W. Bresee, Excelsior, Minn. C 
126440, July 30, 1900; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



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Boyt (The) of yesterday; words by Jacob 

D. Edinger, music by Metropolitan 

music CO. New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 1169 

f°. Sp. 

J. D. Edinger, New Buffalo, Mich. C 
124402, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Braes buttons; march two step; by Harry 

Appel. 1170 

f. 5 p., pf. 



Cheyenne (A) ^irl; words by Thenia 
Cotter, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1178 

f°. 5 p. 

T. Cotter, Hobart, Okla. C 124516, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Choice Irish songs with aeoomp. for piano- 
forte or organ; vol. 2. 1179 

4° 128 p. 



Seminary music co. New York, N. Y. _ White-Smith mus. pub. co., Boston, 
C 126327, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ^-•*° n ioaoa7 t.,i„ oa iqha. o. t.,i„ 



Bridal roses; a flower song, Geo. L. 
Spaulding. 1171 

r. 5 p., pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126559, July 31 , 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bright as the morning; Bertha Metzler, 

rev. ed. ( L. F. graded ed. standard 

compositions by favorite composers. ) 

2nd grade, 23. 1172 

f°. 3 p.. pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126564, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

By the brook that mns so clear; words by 
J. B. Bradford, music by Metropoli- 
tan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1178 

f°.3p. 

J. B. Bradford, Cameron, Wis. C 
124390, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bye*a-bye ma honey elose yo' eyes; words 
by Samuel Lewis, music by Albert 
Greenbaum. 1174 

f^.6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 120777, May 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Can yon forget: by Nettie and Nellie Lem- 
burg. Chicago, Success music co. 

1176 

f°. 5 p., song. 

N. & N. I^mburg, United States. C 
126357, July 27, 1906. 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Carte (A von Ahn) 

Valse in D fiat; for the pianoforte. 

1176 

f°.5p. 

Augener, ltd., London, England. C 
126094, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Catutrophe (The), song, by B. Landau. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1 177 

^, 5 p. 

B. Landau, United States. C 126377, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Mass. C 126247, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
26, 1906. 

Christ of Galilee; [words by] J. H. Gar- 
rison, [music bv] D. C. Tremaine. 

1180 

leaf. 

D. C. Tremaine. C 124843, July 5, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Chrystie (0. Kennedy) 

Mv King; song, words by Fred. G. 
Bowles, no. 3 in F. 1181 

J. H. Larwav, London, England. C 
126249, July 27^ 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Coleridge-Taylor (8.) 

Prelude from the music to Stephen 
Phillip's drama Nero; arr. for violin and 
pianoforte by the composer. 1182 

4°, 15, 6 p., 8C. and v. pt. 

C 125788, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 
1906. 

Variations on an African air; op. 63, 
piano arr. 1183 

4° 26 p. 

C 126455, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 30, 
1906. 
Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 

Coontown (A) jubilee; march and two- 
step by Willie J. Burt. 1184 

f°, 5 p.. pf. 

W. J. J. Burt. C 125110, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Cowen (Frederic H.) 

Minuet d'amour; from a suite of old 
English dances, arranged for violin and 
piano by Gustav von Hoist. 1185 

4°, pt8. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126204, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Crystal lake waits; for piano by M. J. 
Martin. ( Music teachers cabinet no. 
32.) 1186 

f°. 5 p. 

M. J. Martin, Chicago, 111. C 126228, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



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Dainty rosebnds; caprice by Harry Appel. 

1187 

P, 5 p., pf. 

Seminary mus. co. C 125690, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Daisies (The); (Lee mar^erites) Ma- 
zurka brillante, Fontaine. 1188 
f , 5 p., pf . 

Theodore Preaeer, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126558, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Daniele (A.) 

CaresBe enivrante; valse Boston, paroles 
de Pierre d*Amor, pour piano. 1189 

F. D. Marchetti, Paris, France. C 
126460, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Darewski (Kaz) 

A world of roees; words by E. Tesche- 
macher. 1190 

fo, 5p. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 126108, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Dear Crisiie; waltz song and refrain, words 
and music by M. H. Tormey. New 
York, The Berg^ music co. 1191 

fo, 5 p. 

M. H. Tormey, New York, N. Y. C 
126546, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Dear old proverbs; words by Henry M. 
Jones, music by Jacob Kaufman. 

1192 

f°. 4 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 98536, July 7, 1905; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Death oomes at dawn; song by I. E. Bab- 
cock. Chicago, Success music co. 

1198 
f**, 5p. 

I. E. Babcock, United States. C 1 26360, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by Sarah Benson. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1194 

fo, 6p. 

S. Benson, United States. C 126375, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Delius (Frederick) 

Appalachia; variationcn uber ein altes 
sklavenlied mit schlusschor fiir grosses 
orchester. 1195 

F, 100 p., 80. 

Harmonic, Berlin, Germany. C 126215, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Destruction of 'Frisco, onr beantifal city; 
song by Mary Vaughan. Chicago, 
Success music CO. 1196 

f*'. 6 p. 

M. Vaughan, United States. C 126882, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Dinah's twins; words by Berta Ourfman^ 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1197 

f°, 3p. 

B. Curfman, Fate, Tex. C 124403„ 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Discovered love; waltzes, Geo. Marsh, arr. 
by Mackie- Beyer. (J. W. Pepper's 
twentieth century journal. ) 1198 
4°, orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126578, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Divine pilot; [words] by Henry Alford, 
[music] by E. S. Lorenz. 1199 

leaf. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126191, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Do not touch the wine cnp; [song] by Anna 
Gardner Goodwin. 1200 

leaf. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126168, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Down in the valley; by L. L. Douthat. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1201 

f°, 6 p, song. 

L. L. Douthat, Streator, 111. C 125720, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16,1906. 

Dovni where the apple blossoms grow; words 
by Henry John CoUett, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1202 

F,6p. 

H. J. Collett, Rochester, N. Y. O 
124509, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Dreamland waits; for piano b^ M. J. Mar- 
tin. ( Music teachers cabinet no. 39. ) 

120S 

f®. 5p. 

M. J. Martin, Chicago, 111. C 126229, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Dnval (Alexandre) 
Floramye; valse lente. 1204 

f°. 7p., pf. 
C 126339, July 28, 1906. 

The golliwogg's dance. 1206 

fo 4 p., pf. 

C 126338, July 28, 1906. 

Marquisette; menuet pour piano. 1206 

P,Ap. 

C 126340, July 28, 1906. 

Pimpante; polka pour piano. 1207 

f°.5p. 

C 126337, July 28, 1906. 

P^noch & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each July 28, 1906. 



MtrSIOAL OOMPOSmOKB 



129 



Saithqnake (The); song by Benlah B. 
Wiley. Chicago, Success music co. 

1208 

B. B. Wiley, United States. C 126362, 
July 27, 1906; 2 a July 27, 1906. 

Eggeling (0«org) 

Gompositionen fur das pianoforte; op. 
Ill, Barcarolle. 1209 

P*. 5p. 

C 126145, July 25, 1906. 

op. 112, Melodie. 1210 

f°, 5p. 

C 126146, July 25, 1906. 

op. 113, Souvenir de Pesth, un- 

garischer tanz. 1211 

f°, 5 p. 

C 126147, July 25, 1906. 

op. 114, Scherzo. 1212 

C 126148, July 25, 1906. 

op. 120, La Capricieuse; Valse. 

1218 

l«,9p. 

C 126149, July 25, 1906. 

op. 123, Albumblatt; (Album leaf. ) 

1214 

l«.5p. 

C 126150, July 25, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each July 25, 1906. 

Eily O'Coimer; words by Glen Rivers, 
music by Metropohtan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1215 

f«,6p. 

G. Rivers, Chicago, 111. C 124409, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Ekless (Emily) 

The kinff of love m v Shepherd is; sacred 
song. London, l*he Vincent music 
CO., ltd. 1216 

P. 10 p. 

£. Ekless, England. C 125914, July 
21, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Blvaria; by Nita Bowman. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1217 

19, 6 p., aong. 

N. Bowman, United States. C 126:^88, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

^temelle ivresie; valse des fiancailles, 

Louis Ganne, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 

(J. W. Pepper's twentieth century 

journal.) 1218 

4°, opch. pt0. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126582, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Evangeli karpe; et udvalg af salmer og 
aandelige s a n g e . Evai^elisteii 
publ. society's forlag, Chicago, 111. 

1219 

8°, 560 p. 

Carl B. Bjuge, Chicago, 111. A 151598, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. 

Evening breeie; Langey, arr. by Fred. W. 
Clement. 1220 

4^^, military band pts. 

Cundy music co., Boston, Mass. C 
126305, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Eventide; son^ for medium voice words 
and music by Frederick Burrage 
Granniss. New Haven, The Treat 
<& Shepard co. 1221 

f,5p. 

F. B. Granniss, Bridgeport, Conn. C 
126121, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Ewers (Bichard) 

Arlette-gavotte; piano seul. 1222 

f°, 7 p. 

C 126517, July 30, 1906. 

Les deux Marthe; valse piano a 4 mains. 

1228 

F. 11 p. 

C 126462, July 30, 1906. 

Zook & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. each 
July 30, 1906. 

Tamons college songs of all colleges; com- 
prising a collection of the most pop- 
ular melodies of the campus, past 
and present. 1224 

fio, 92 p. 

Joe. W. Stern <fe co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126285, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Fare thee well, Lillie May; words by John 
Mc Avoy, music by Bob Alden. 1226 

f,5p. 

J. McAvoy, New York, N. Y. 
126570, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Farewell to Naples; clarinet solo with 
piano ace., Fred. Lax, op. 518. 1226 

f>,9p. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126579, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Farmer's (The) boy; from country life, a 
pastoral song cycle, words and music 
by Pliny Jewell and Laura Sedgwick 
Collins; [transposed key for m^ium 
voice.] 1227 

«°. 6p. 

L. S. Collins, New York, N. Y. C 
125453, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Fate (The) of the bank wrecker; words by 

Harold Hayes Wilcox, music by 

Chas. Wadsworth Russ New Yorlc, 

Melville music pub. co. 1228 

f °. 5 p. 

H. H. Wilcox, Cleveland, Ohio. O 
124373, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906l 



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Felix (Panl) ed. 

Classics for the young; simplified tran- 
8criptioD8 of the favorite compositions of 
the great masters, piano solo. 1289 

40, 94 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
151836, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Ferraris (Pierre) 

Hahailera-Salonmusik fur orchester 
op. 32. 1280 

8°. pta. 

D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125694, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Field (H. K. Hamilton) 

That's your cactus over there; 1281 

fo 4 p., song. 
'• Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 126322, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Field (J. T.) 

Benedictus; set to music in chant form 
in key of F. London, Novell© & co., 
ltd. 1232 

4° 5 p. 

J. T. Field, London, England. C 
126105, July 20, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. 

Filippnoci (Edm.) 

Adoration; no. 2 pour violon, violon- 
celle et piano. 1288 

C 126345, July 28, 1906. 

Canzonetta. 1284 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

C 126.S44, July 28, 1906. 

La dragonne; mazurka pour piano. 

1286 
i°, b p. 
B 126343, July 28, 1906. 

Enoch & cie, Paris, France. 2 copies 
of each July 28, 1906. 

Fischel (Max I. ) 

Scale and technic studies for violin; 
op. 9, 2nd edition. 1286 

F, 23 p. 

Teller pub. co. , Chicago, 111. A 150058, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

Float me, Charlie ; words by Wm. Jerome, 
music by Jean Schwartz. 1287 

fo 5 p. 

Jerome & Schwartz, New York, N. Y. 
C 126497, J.ulv 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. 

Flora Dora; words and music by W. R. 
Williams. 1288 

f°, unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, III. C 126569, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Foster (KxlesB.) 

Office (The) of the Holy Communion; 
a simple setting in the key of F. (No- 
Velio's parish choir book no. 714. ) 1889 

8°. 23 p. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125787, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Fonr-in-hand (The); march, Geo. Bra- 
ham, arr. by J. C. McCabe. 1240 
4^, band pts. 

M. Witmark & eons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126521, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Franchetti (Alberto) 

Figlia (La) di lorio; tragedia pastorale 
di Gabriele d'Annunzio. Quattro ridu- 
zioni per violino o flauto e pianoforte 
di Vincenzo Mattaress. no. 1, atto 1: 
Came mia viva, ti tocca la f route, no. 2. 
atto 1 : Pieti, non io, non io cercai la via. 

1241 

f.pts. 

C 125699-125700, July 18, 1906. 

Figlia (La)di lorio; tragedia pastorale 
di Gabrielle d'Annunzio. Quattro ridu- 
zione per violino o flauto e pianoforte di 
Vincenzo Mattaress. no. 3, atto 1: 
Merc^ di Dio Fatemi perdonanzo. no. 4, 
atto 2: Rinverdisca per noi di vita etema. 

1242 

f°, pts. 

C 125701-125702, July 18, 1906. 

G. Ricardo & c, Milano, Italy. 2 
copies of each July 18, 1906. 

Franke (Max) 
Harvest festival; op. 56, no. 5. 1248 

F, 5 p., pf. duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Mass. C 
126152, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Fredericks (Julian) 
Indiana; march of the elephants. 1244 
f°, 7 p, pf. 
C 126199, July 25, 1906. 

A musical ride. 1245 

f® 5 D of. 

C 126198, July 25, 1906. 
Metzler & co., ltd., London, England. 
2 c. of each July 25, 1906. 

Free land ; Geo. F. Jefferson. 1246 

4°, orch. pts. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
126468, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Free land, education, ftc; words and mu- 
sic by Geo. F. Jefferson. 1247 
f°, 11 p. 
G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 

126264, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 



mrSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



181 



; POD^ b}r Laurie Steele. Chicago, 
SnocesB mosic oo. 1248 

f*, Sp. 

L. Steele, United States. C 126373, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Oabrieli (GioTanni) 

Jubilate Deo omnis terra; fur 8 stim- 
migen gemischten chor, bearb. von Carl 
Hirsch. ( Allktassische Weihnach tech ore 
no. 5.) 1249 

t°, 19 p. se. 

Rob. For berg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125598, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Gallant heroes; march. Composed by E. 
Sparrow. Boston, Evans music co. 

1260 

^ 5 p, pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126310, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Gay (The) Bohemian knights; words by 
Ernest Legb and Chas. Warren, mu- 
sic by Isadore Green berg. 1251 
P, 7p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 105094, Oct. 18, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Gay (The) lieutenant; song from The Stu- 
dent King, words by Frederic Ran- 
ken and Stanislaus Stange, music by 
Reginald DeKoven. New York, 
Joe. Stem & co. 1262 

F. nnp. 

R. De Koven, New York, N. Y. C 
123639, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. 

GUbert (J. L.) 

28 seletited songs; voice and piano ace. 

1268 

4°. 96 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126246, July 26, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
26, 1906. 

GUlet (Ernest) 

En cheminant; pour orchestra avec 
piano conducteur. Parties detach^es, 
111147. 1264 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italv. C 
125494, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16,' 1906. 

Glad hoeannas; collection of old and new 
songs for christian work and wor- 
ship, edited by Emmett S. Dean, Jas. 
VV. Acuff, Wm. D. Evridge. The 
trio music CO., Waco, Texas. 1266 
8®, 160 nofl. 

E. S. Dean & S. W. Hensley, Waco, 
Tex. A 140800, Mar. 15, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
9, 1906. 



Gleeson (Horace) 

Off to Callao; words by John Meighan, 
no. 2 in C. 1266 

fo. 6 p. 

Allan & CO., proprietarv, ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. C 126127, Julv 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Go by! by Nora E. Kline Chicago, 
Success music co. 1267 

fo 5 p., song. 

N. E. Kline, United States. C 126363, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

God*s law; Geo. F. Jefferson. 1268 

4°, orch. pts. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126470, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

God's way is best; [words] bv Annie E. 
Burnham, [music] by E. t. Ashford. 

1269 

8 leaves. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
126190, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Goldby*s practical studies for the mandolin; 

compiled and arr. by E. D. Goldby. 

Studv 1 1260 

Stucfy 2 

Study 3 

Study 4 

4° 3. 8, 3, 3 p. 

Eli David Golby, Patenaon, N. J. C 
126395-126398, July 25, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 25, 1906. 

Good-bye pal; words by Otto Hauerbach, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. 1261 

f°, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 118769, Apr. 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Good-bye sweetheart, Josie, I'm going to 
leave you; by B. F. Brown, jr. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1262 

fo, 6 p., song. 

B. F. Brown, jr., United States. C 
, 126364, July 27. 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

i Goodhart (A. H.) 

Impromptu in A minor. Original com- 
positions for the organ, no. 359. 1268 • 
obi. 8°, 8 p. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125789, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Julv 19, 
j 1906. 

Gordon (Sheridan 

Why is Springtime, ringtime? words by 

' E. C. Matthews. (Ilopwood & Crew's 

; sixpenny editions of copyright songs, no. 

30. ) 1264 

t°. 4 p. 

Ascherberg, Tlopwood & Crew, ltd., 
Ix)ndon, England. C 126158, Julv 25 
1906: 2 c. Julv 25, 1906. 



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Gordon (Stanley) 

Till I die; song no. 2 in F, worde by 
Clifton Bingham, music by Stanley Gor- 
don. ' 1265 

f°, 8p. 

Charles Sheard &co., London, England. 
C 125698, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 

Grand (The) old Spanish villa by the sea; 
words by Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1866 

F,7p. 

Mrs. E. Marsh, Pacific, Mo. C 124397, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Great Jehovah, mighty God; sacred song 
by Henry Baillet jr. 1267 

8° unp. 

H. Baillet, jr., New York, N. Y. C 
125770, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Gritty George; two step, by Ona L. Cline 
<Demp8ey> Cleveland, iSchubert 
CO. 1268 

f°. 6 p. pf. 

0. L. Cline, Monticello, 111. C 126260, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Grnenwald (B.) 

Two (The) dancers; caprice op. 376 
Concert edition for orchestra no. 3o0. 

1269 

4°, parts. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126248, July 26,1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Gunderson (C. T.) 

Family songs with tunes; containing 
22 new songs. 1270 

4^, imp. 

Carl T. Gunderson, Brainerd, Minn. 
C 120427, Apr. 28, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Httndel ( G. F. ) 

Halleluja; aus dem oratoriuni, fiir 

f-osse orgel ubertragen von Sigfrid Karg- 
lert. 1271 

f°, 9 p. 

Carl Simon, Berlin, Germany. C 
126125, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Hard (The) working man; words by F. M. 

Hoff, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York Melville music 

pub. CO. 1272 

f°.6p. 

F. M. Hoff, New York, N. Y. C124401, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Heart (The) I've ernshed forever; by Mat- 
tie Clark. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1278 

f*^, 3 p., song. 

M. Clark, United States. C 126365, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Heavenly (A) viiion; by Olive Peltier. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1274 

fo, 5 p., Bong 

0. Peltier, United States. C 126366, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Hello, Kiss Lisiie Green; words and music 
by Dave Nowlin. 1276 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 121680, May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Hewitt (Thoi. J.) 

The King of Sherwood; a comic oper- 
etta in two acts, written by Fred. Ed- 
monds. 1276 

8^,89 p. 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125350, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Hirsoh (Carl). 

Altb<jhmisches weihnachtslied; fur 4 
stimmigen gemischten chor, bearb. ( Alt- 
klassische weihnachtschttre no. 3. ) 1277 

8° 6 p. 8C. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125597, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Hii honor the Kayor; selection, Julian 
Edwards and Alfred £. Aarons, arr. 
for military band by W. C. O'Hare. 

1278 

4°, ptfl. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York^ 
N. Y. C 126526, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Holbrooke (Joseph). 

Bells (The); dramatic poem by Edgar 
A. Poe, composed for chorus and grand 
orchestra op. 50a. Vocal score. 1272 

4° 82 p. 

Breitkopf & Htirtel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126207, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Three bagatelles, no. 1: Scherzino; 
no. 2: Petite romance; no. 3: Gnomes; 
by Josef Holbrooke, op. 10 no. 9 [for] 
piano. 12S0 

4°, 10 p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125682, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Human hearts; wait/ by C. Elizabeth 
Francis. 1281 

f°. 5 p., pf. 

C. E. Francis, Brush, Colo. C 128332, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Hymn of the Nile; melody by Laura H. 
Besw^ick, accomp. by Chas. Elander, 
words from Ben Hur. Whaley, 
Royce & co. ltd., Toronto. 12S2 

f° 6p., song. 

L. H. Beswick. C 126201, Julv 26, 
1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



isa 



I am wMting away for yon; by C. F. Ellis- 
ton. Chicago, Success music co. 

1288 

F, 5 p., song. 

C. F. EUiston, United States. C 126361, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

I ean't help thinking of yon; words by 
M. J. Stonehill, music by £. R. Ball. 

1284 
f°,6p. 

Marcus Wit mark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 112825, Jan. 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

I changed my way; [words by] £. S. U., 
[music by] E. S. Ufford. 1286 

leaf. 

E. 8. Ufford, Springfield, Mass. C 
126466, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

I liko to look into yonr eyei of bine; words 

by Lena Dupree, music by Chas. 

Wads worth Rues. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1286 

f°, 8 p. 

L. Dupree, Houston, Tex. C 124512, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

I like yon too; lyrics by Harry Williams, 
music by Gertrude Hoffman. 1287 

f°.6p. 

Jerome H. Remick & co. C 125588, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

m loTe yon always; words and music by 
E. H. Pendleton. 1288 

f°.5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 116494, Mar. 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

I lost my train again; written and com- 
posed by Harry Castling. 1289 
f*, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, Ix>ndon, Eng- 
land. C 126454, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

I loTO yon more and more; bylda Wormell. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1290 

fo, 5 p.. song. 

I. Wormell, United States. C 126392, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Fm de ooon Lothario; coon song, words 
and music by Edward A. Paulton. 

1291 

f°,5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 122430, May 31, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Pm going baok to Mexico, words by Mrs. 
A. M. Shutts, music bv Metropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1292 

f>,6p. 

Mrs. A. M. Shutts, Sidney, N. Y. C 
118844, Apr. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 



Pm waiting for yonr answer Mollie dear; 
words and music by Chas. Shackford. 

1293 
1°, 5 p. 

Henry Kmy music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 126197, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

I mnst be leaving; waltz, A. S. Josselyn, 
arr. by W. C. Spary. 1294 

4° orcb. pts. 

Walter Wyman, Providence, R. I. C 
126519, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

I want a little man like yon; written by 
Harry Franckiss, composed by 
Kennedy Russell. 1295 

f, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126452, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. 

I was onee a little boy like yon, words and 
music by Victor Mahn. Phila- 
delphia, The orpheus music co. 

i29e 

f°.5p. 

V. Mahn, Philadelphia, Pa. C 97777^ 
June 19, 1905; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

I will extol Thee; by W. Stillman Martin. 

1297 

4 leaves, song. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125903, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

I will follow Jesns; by Anna Gardner 
Goodwin. 129a 

leaf. song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126170, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

I will walk with Him; [words by] A. L. 
Waring, [music by] Chas. H. Gabriel. 

,129» 

2k leaves. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126500, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
30, 1906. 

I wonder if yonr heart is still the same; 
words by Ethel Tillson, music by 
Chas. F. Hart. 1800 

f°, 5p. 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 125343, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
27, 1906. 

Ideal (The) chord inftrnctor. 1801 

8°, 1 card, 20 In. 

Arthur Bailey, Waverly, Kans. A 
152118, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

If yon conld nnderitand; words by Bartlev 
C Costello, music by James W. 
Casey. 1802 

F, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 118016, Apr. 2, U)06; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 



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In joyfal mood; C. F. Proeecholdt for the 
pianoforte. 1808 

F,8p. 

Frederick Proescholdt, New York, 
N. Y. C 126226, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
26, 1906. 

In the moonlight, Oracle dear; worde and 
music by Ray L. Butler. New York, 
Melville Music pub. co. 1804 

f®, 5p. 

R. L. Butler, Santa Monica, Cal. C 
124507, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

In the mornings dawn; song by Mrs. John 
Grainger. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1805 

£o,5p. 

^fr8. J. Grainger, United States. C 
126376, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



In the presence of the King; words and 
music by Frank Phillips. Chicago, 
Imperial music pub. co. 1806 

f°,4p. 

F. Phillips, Denver, Colo. C 122024, 
May 23, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Is there anything that I oonld do for yon; 
words and music by VV. Brightmore. 

1307 

fo,5p. 

Wm. Brightmore. C 125769, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Isador waits; E. S. Nason, revised and 
fingered by J. H. Ripley, piano solo 
or duet. Boston, Evans music co. 

1808 

f», 5p. 

\V. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126306, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

It pays; melody by Asa Smith, accompt. 
by M. Garland. 1809 

P, imp., song. 

A. Smith, Sanatarium, Cal. C 125771, 
July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Java mladf pochod; march arr. by Jos. 
Fischer, concertina. 1810 

4^ leaf. 

J. Fischer, Chicago, 111. C 126495, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Jesns, don't pass me by; by Anna Gardner 
(loodwin. 1811 

leaf, Hong. 

A. G. Goodwin, Unit**d States. C 
126167, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Joker (The); march two step; by Abe Loseh 
for piano solo. 1812 

f°, 5p. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126257, Julv 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. 



Jolly (The) little oow boys; action song, by 
Frank L. Bristow. 1818 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126565, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jolly sweethearts; intermezzo two-step, 
F. H. Losey, op. 206. 1814 

4P, orch. pta. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126330, July 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 28, 1906. 

Jnpiter; polka, Kathleen A. Roberts, (L. 
F. graded ed. standard compositions 
by favorite composers). 2nd grade, 
37. 1816 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126563, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jnst a piotnre of Kentneky; words by Bart- 
ley C. Costello, music by James W. 
Casey. 1816 

f°. 5 p. 

M. Witmark & sons. 118772, Apr. 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Jnst now; words by Geo. H. Morrison, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1817 

f^ 3 D 

G. H. Morrison, Trov, N. Y. C 124391, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jnst one more life; by Ralph A. W^allace. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1818 

F, 6 p. song. 

R. A. Wallace, United States. C 126353, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kandy (The) kid for mine; words and 
music by II. F. Blaney. 1819 

f°, 6p. 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
126480, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Kate has kissed the blarney; words by 
Helen Ashland Kean, music bv Harry 
Alton Russell. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1820 
f°. 3 p. 

H. A. Kean, East Hartford, Conn. C 
124508, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Kann (Hngo.) 

Fi'inf gesunpe; fiir alt o. mezzo-sop. 
bariton o. bass und pianoforte, op. 69, 
no. 1: An die nacht; No. 2: ErlHst; No. 
3: DerHerzensschliissel; No. 4: Minner- 
egel; No. 5: Liebepfriihling. 1821 

f°, 3, 3. 5. 7. o p. 

Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, g. m. b. h. 
Berlin, Ciermanv. C 126210-126214, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. each July 26, 1906. 



MU8I0AL COMPOSITIONS 



135 



Kentucky Bom; words by Mrs. E. W. Let's all make hay while the lun ihines; 
Bour, music by Albert A. Kendall. I words by Edw. P. Moran, music by 

1322 Seymour Furth. 1881 

f°. 5p. 



F,5p. 

Bour & Kendall, San Diego, Cal. C 
115061, Feb. 26, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

King (Henry John) 

Jeau, Thou sweetness pure and blest; 
anthem for soprano solo and chorus, 
English words from the Latin of S. Ber- 
narel by J. M. Neale. (Novello's octavo 
anthems no. 844. ) 1328 

8°, 8 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125786, Julv 19, 1906; 2 c. July 

19, 1906. 

Lacombe (Paul) 

Marche Gasconne; pour piano. 1824 
F. "p. 

Enoch & Cie. , Paris, France. C 1 26342, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Last (The) good-bye; by Pierce F. Smith. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1826 

f°, 5 p., song. 

F. Smith, United States. C 126370, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Learning her lessons; words by F. Clifford 
Harris, music by Arthur A. Penn. 

1826 

1°, 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 98220, June 30, 19a5; 2 c. July 

20, 1906. 

Learey's alleyway; Chas. H. Coles. 1327 

F, 5 p., song. 

C. H. Coles, Middletown, Conn. C 
112174, Jan. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Legende; Ch. Armaud, violin & piano. 

1328 

f°, 6p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126314, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Lennard (Lady Barrett) 

Daisy's (The) wooing; song, the words 
by T. B. Hennell. London, Novello 
and CO., ltd. 1829 

P,8p. 



Lady Barrett Lennard, Brighton, En- 



Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 92493, Apr. 10, 190^; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Lichner (Heinrich) 

Spring festival; op. 320, no. 1. 1832 
fo. 7 p., pf., duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. O 
126154, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Linoke (Paul) 

Rosine walzer; aus der operette, Prin- 
zess Rosine. ( Infanterie- und Kavallerie 
musik) Blechmusik 1888 
harmoniemusik 

4°, pts. 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
126447, 126448, July 30, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 30, 1906. 

Linday and Bastus; words by Emma G. 

Foster, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 1384 

F, 5p. 

E. G. Foster, Monson, Mass. C 124392, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

little (The) patriot; march. Bertha Metz- 
ler, (L. F. graded ed. standard com> 
positions by favorite composers), 2nd 
grade, 33. 1886 

F, unp. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. 126566, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Little sweetheart; song and dance schot^ 
tische, Mackie- Beyer. 1836 

A°, band pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126580, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Loewe (Gilbert) 

Till dawn ; song with violin ace. ad lib. , 
words by Alfred' H. Hyatt, no. 2 in F 
original key. 1887 

f*', 6 p. voc. 8C. and v. pt. 

Gould & CO., London, England. C 
125t08, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Loralie; by Cora Rogers Pierce. Chi- 
cago, Success muHic co. 1888 
f° 6 p., song. 
C. R. Pierce, United States. C 126394, 



Leslies waits; composed by Mayme L. 
Wehrheim. Chicago, Imperial 

music pub. co. 1880 

f°,3p.. pf. 



Lord of life and glory; [words] by James 
J. Cummins; [music] by Ira B. Wil- 
son. 1889 
leaf. 
Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 



M. L. Wehrheim, Evansville, 111. C Ohio. C 126194, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
123U8, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 1 25, 1906. 



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Xord (The) reigneth; [anthem, music] by 
J. W. Lerman. 1840 

5 leaves. 

Lorenz publifihing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126192, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
26, 1906. 

Lords and ladiet; novelette composed and 
arr. by Gustave Salzer for orch. 

1841 

40, pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 126523, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Loreni (Julius) 

Hans und Grete; 9 ed. von Robert 
Schmidt. Kaiserpreischor [fur manner- 
chor]. New York, Luckhardt & Belder. 

8®, 5 p. 

J. Lorenz. C 124436, June 19, 1906; 2 
c. June 19, 1906. 1848 

Lost in the bay; song by Lizzie Dowd. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1848 

f°. 6 p. 

L. J)owd, United States. C 126378, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July, 27, 1906. 

Love and truth; Geo. F. Jefferson. 1844 

4*', orch. pta. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126467, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Love and trnth, ednoation eto.; words and 
music by Geo. F. Jefferson. 1846 

f*>, 11 p. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126265, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Lnllaby; words by Mary B. Marsh-Smith, 
music by Harry Alton Russell. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1846 

f°. 3p. 

M. B. Marsh-Smith, Gunnison, Colo. 
C 123771, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 
1906. 

Lnna pastimes march k two step; by 
Manuel Klein. 1847 

F. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 119596, Apr. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Kaggie Croney; Edward J. Archer. Chi- 
cago, Imperial music pub. co. 1848 

f°. 6 p. 

E. J. Archer, Plain well, Mich. C 
118603, Apr. 9, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis in C; chant 
form with varied harmonies, by J. T. 
Field. London, The Vincent mu- 
sic CO., ltd. 1849 
4°, 6 p. 

J. T. Field, I^ndon, England. C 
126107, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Mah little honey Sue; words by Roberta 
Conley, music by John Martin. 
Chicai^o, Imperial music pub. co. 

1860 

f.4p. 

R. Conley, Guthrie, Ky. C 122025, 
May 23, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Kan (The) firom How; selection; Manuel 
Klein, arr. for orch. by W. C. O'Hare. 

1861 

40 pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126527, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Kanawa; song and chorus by £d. Cogley. 

1868 

f>,6p. 

E. F. Cogley, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
C 126186, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Xansfeldt (Hngo) 

Mansfeldt technic; a system of the 
most necessary daily exercises to produce 
a perfect piano technic in the shortest 
possible time, in three books, book one, 
part one. New York, Leo Feist 1868 

f , 41 p. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. A 151957, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Karoh of the Kaccabees; by D. A. Pugh. 

1864 

f°. 5 p., pf. 

C. W. Whitney co., Hammond, Ind. C 
94726, May 12, 1905; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Karchal .Francis) 

Parle encore! valse lente, piano seul. 

1866 
f°.7p. 

Heugel & cie., Paris. France. C 126457, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30> 1906. 

Kars; schottische, Kathleen A. Roberts. 
(L, F, graded edition standard com- 
positions by favorite composers) 2nd 
grade. 35. 1866 

fo, 4 p., pf. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126565, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Kary; words by Jas. F. MacDonald, music 
by Wm. Frederick Peters. 1867 

f°, 4 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y'. C 118350, Apr. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Masi (Joseph) 

Triomphe! marche pour piano. 1868 
F, unp. 

J. Ma^i, Paris, France. C 126461, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



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187 



XUdenberg (Albert) 

Astarte; intermezzo for pianoforte ar- 
rangement for violin and piano. 1359 

4°. 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126316, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Million (The) march; bv A. M. Jones. 
St Louis, Balmer & Weber music 
house CO. 1860 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

Million population club, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 126120, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Minneapolis (The) fire; words by Mrs. 
Elizabeth Kurtz, music by Metropoli- 
tan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub co. 1361 

r»,6p. 

Mr8, E. Kurtz, Toledo, Ohio. C 124396, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Mollie ; words by W. F. Clevenger, mu- 
sic by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1862 

fo, 5p. 

W. F. Clevenger, Lacona, Iowa. C 
124387, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Montemecsi (T.) 

Giovanni Gallurese; duetto finale 1 
"Ne I'occhiotuo, nerissimo*'; riduzione 
per piceola orchestra di Vincenzo Mat- 
taress, pianoforte ad lib. (Intermezzi 
musicale n. 325. ) 1868 

4°. pto. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
125492, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Morley (C.) 

Tea rose; march, op. 99, no. 1. 1864 
f , 6 p., pf. duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126151, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Mom; words and music by George A. 
Norton. 1866 

f>.6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 118348, Apr. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

MnUen (F.) 

Foreign pictures; suite of 6 character- I 
istic pieces, for the pianoforte: 1. Land , 
of the mianiffht sun; Norway. 2. A 
Tuscan f^te; Italy. 8. Caf^ chantant, 
France. 4. Plaza Toro; Spain. 5. Czar- 
das; Hungary. 6. Mazurka; Poland. 

1866 
4°, paged continuously. 

Angener, ltd., London, England. C 
126088-126093, July 24, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 24, 1906. 



Mast I leave my sweetheart forever; by 
Wilson E. Brown, jr. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1867 
fo 6 p., song. 

VV. E. Brown, jr., United States. 
126355, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

My amber lady; words and music bv E. L. 
Catlin. ' 1868 

f« 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 121679, May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

My guardian angel; reverie by Sydney P. 
Harris. 1869 

fo, 5 p., pf. 

S. P. Harris, Pueblo, Colo. C 126005, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

My love of long ago; by Leoline Swett. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1870 

f°, 5 p., song. 

L. Swett, United States. C 126358, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

My pals are my pipe and my stein; words 
by Heelan & Moran, music by Sey- 
mour Furth. 1371 

fo, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110253, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

My queen of the golden West; by W. G. 
Kvan. Chicago, Success music co. 

1872 

f, 6 p., song. 

W. G. Ryan, Canada. C 126335, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

My snow-dad Leadville home; words by 
Mrs. Mary McCallion, music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1378 

f>,6p. 

Mrs, M. McCallion, Leadville, Colo. 
C 124408, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

My sweetheart; song by Mrs. M. E. 
Chapin. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1874 

f°, 5 p. 

Mrs. M. E. Chapin, United States. C 
126354, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kation's (The) bride; words and music by 
Mary A. O'Connor. 1876 

F. 5 p. 

Beatrice T. Igo. C 125773, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July l'8, 1906. 

Hasare-Aga (T. K.) 

Vielles amours; valse pour piano. 1376 

f°, 4 p. 

Hachette & cie., Paris, France. C 
126459, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Vearett and dearest; waltzes; compoeed 
by Sydney P. Harris. 1877 

fo. 7 p., pf. 

S. P. Harris, Pueblo, Colo. C 126004, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

* Heath the shadow of the Colorado hills; by 
John F. Goodman. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1378 
r*. 5 p., song. 

J. F. Goodman, United States. C 
126381, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Hever again; by A. S. I^cy. Chicaj^o, 
Success music co. 1879 

fo, 6 p., song. 

A. S. Lacy, United States. C 126346, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kever show the palm of your hand; writ- 
ten and composed by H. Tavlor. 

1880 

f, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126453, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Hew (The) chord instmctor. 1381 

1 sheet, 14} in., 1 card 204 in. 

Arthur Bailey, Waverly, Kans. A 
152117, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Hew church hymn; for piano or organ by 
Leonard Konesky. 1388 

fo, 6 p. 

L. Konesky, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126259, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Hew (The) moon; words by M. Green, 
music by M. F. Green.* New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1383 

f, 6p. 

M. F. Green, Mount Vernon, 111. C 
124407, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Ho hird can sing in a darkened room; words 
and music by Chas. D. Bingham. 

1884 

f°,5p. 

Marcus Wit mark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 121824, May 21, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
18, 1906. 

Hora 0*Halley; song; words by T. L. 
Sappington, music by Henry B. Vin- 
cent. 1385 

F, 5 p. 

Vincent-Ormond music co., P>ie, Pa. 
126320, July 27, 1906; 2 c. Julv 27, 
1906. 

Horman (The) baron; words by Long- 
fellow, music by Thonia.«^ Anderton, 
chorus parts (mixed voices) arr. by 
T^o K. Lewis. (Beacon scries no. 
30S. ) 1386 

S<^, 15 p. 

Silver, Burdett & co., l^oston, Mass. 
C 1251)84, July 18, 191M); 2 c. July 18, 
1906. 



Old blaek Joe; transcription, Fred'k Du- 
pont, melody by Stephen Foster. 

1387 

P. 6 p.. pf. 

Robin Ellis, New York, N. Y. C 
126503, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30. 1906. 

Old folks at home; words and music by 

Stephen C. Foster, newly arr. an<i 

(rerman words by Wm. Dressier, 

middle voice. 1888 

f®. 5p. 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125772, Julv 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 
1906. 

Old Glory; patriotic song and chorus, 
words by Fred Emerson Brooks, 
muHic by Laura Sedgwick Collins. 

1889 

8°. 8 p. 

L. S. Collins, New York, N. Y. C 
12W33, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Old (The) oak tree ; by Mrs. J. W. Violette. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1890 

1°, 5 p., songs. 

J. W. Violette, United States. C 
126347, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Old Pike's Peak; words and music by 
W. P. Smith. Denver, The Wel- 
don pub. CO. 1891 

l«, 6 p. 

Walter P. Smith, Denver, Colo. C 
124087, June 25, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

On a desert island with the only one yon 
love; lyric by Paul West, music bv 
John W. Bratton. 1892 

f°. 6 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 99936, Aug. 2, 1905; 2 c. Julv 18, 
1906. 

On a moonlight snmmer's night, down at 

dear old Coney isle; words by Henry 

B. Ingram, music by T. Megibben 

Kimbfough. 1393 

f°. ■-* p. 

H. B. Ingram, New York, N. Y. C 
124594, June 30, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

On the mossy banks of old White river; by 
George W. Howard. 1394 

f*^, •'> p., song. 

G. W. Howard, Jackson, Mo. C 126417, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

On the Bhady side; Clifton Crawford, vocal 
orch. 811. 1895 

4^. pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 12(>522, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
30, 190(). 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



139 



One little yirl; words by Chas. Noel Doujr- 
las, music by Ernst R. Ball. 1896 
«*», 5 p. 

Marcus Witniark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 103560, Sept. 29, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

One nijflit ai I wai dreaming; words by 
William Luessenhop, music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1897 

F, 3p. 

W. Luessenhop, West Chicago, 111. C 
1243fl8, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a bnnch of roiei; wonis by Francis 

Grace Hoover, music bv Metropolitan 

mupic CO., New York. Melville 

music pub. co. 1898 

f°. 6p. 

F. G. Hoover, Mansfield, Ohio. C 
124376, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a camric flower; words by Elene £. 
Wentworth, music by Chas. Wads- 
worth Ruse. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1899 

f°, h p. 

E. E. Wentworth, Denver, Colo. C 
1244( 6, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a crimson flower; song by Walter W. 
Wallace. 1400 

f°.6p. 

\\. W. Wallace, Boston, Mass. C 
125762, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Onlytrnst in Jetnt; by Amy NaomaGru- 
ninger. Chicago, Success music co. 

1401 

F, 5 p., song. 

A. N. Gruninger, El Paso, Tex. C 
126431, July 30, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. 

Oflceola; march two step. Carlotta Wil- 
liamson, piano solo. Boston, The 
Colonial music pub. co. 1402 

G. M. Bland ford, Boston, Mass. C 
126438, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Oar fair eity that hai gone; song by Mrs. 
C. S. Michael. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1408 

f^ 5 p. 

Mrs. C. 8. Michael, United States. C 
126380, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Our grandmother's piei; words by Julia 
Orr Baldoeer, mufiic by Chas. Wads- 
worth Russ. New Vork, Melville 
music pub. co. 1404 

f°, 3 p. 

J. O. Baldo?er, Kingston, Ohio. C 
124395. June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31. 1906. 

3595— PT 3, NO 9—06 2 



Ont to Hornmbega; waltz song, by AL 
Stevens. 1405 

f°, 5 p. 

Norum bega park co. , A ubumdale, Ma^s. 
C 125918, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Pasionaria dania; (Passion flower) Jose 

Sancho (L. F. graded ed. standard 

compositions by tavorite composers), 

gradt* three, 58. 1400 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

I.eo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126562^ 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Past (A) tryst; by Dr. W. A. Moore, 
Chicago, Success music co. 1407 

f°, 5 p., song. 

W. A. Moore. C 126368, July 27, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Peace and progress; Geo. F. Jefferson. 

1408 

4°, orch. pU. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
126469, July 21, 1906; 2 c.'^July 21, 1906. 

Peace and progress, edneation, etc.; words 
and music by Geo. F. Jefferson. 

1409 

F. 11 p. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
126299, July 27, 1906; 2 c.'July 27, 1906. 

Pernvian danee; by Fred Luscomb. 1410 
8®, band pte. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y, C 
126311, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Pfltsner (Hans) 

Musik zu Kleist's "Katchen von Heil- 
bronn'*; fiir orchester op. 17 d. Melo- 
dram, zwischenakts — musik und marech. 

1411 

t°, 46 p. Sc. 

Ries & Erler, Berlin, Germany. C 
125695, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Pictnres on the wall; by R. A. Dale. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1418 

f^ 8 p. 

R. A. Dale, United States. C 126356, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Pledge (The) of the pines; words by Ma- 
thilde Young, music by Chas. Wads- 
worth Russ. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1418 

1°. 5 p. 

M. Young, Augusta, Ga. C 124394, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Power of true love; by James McDonald 
Ater. Chicago, Success music co. 

1414 

f°, 6 p., song. 

J. McD. Ater, United States. C 126385, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



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Praise the Lord; [by] Anna Gardner Good- 
win. 1416 
leaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126166, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Prinoesi; Indian novelette march & two 
step, Charles C. Bist'hoff. 1416 

F, 5 p., pf. 

0. C. Bischoff, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
126-121, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Pacelni (0.) 

Madam Butterfly; chorus parts, so- 
pranos and contraltos. 1417 

49, 17 p. 

tenors 

40 7 p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
125496 & 125496, July 16, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 16, 1906. 

Bed mill. Openiiig oliorus, aet 1; lyric by 
Henry M. Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert. 1418 

f*>, 14 p. 

Marcus Witmark & Sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126164, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
24, 1906. 

Beverie; C. F. Proescholdt for the piano- 
forte. 1419 

f>, 5p. 

Frederick Proescholdt, New York, N. Y. 
C 126225, July 26, 1906; 2c. July 26, 1906. 

Boiling home; convivial march, Geo. Bra- 
ham, arr. for band by J. C. McCain. 

1420 

4<», ptfl. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126520, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bomance; Ch. Armaud, violin & piano. 

1481 
f°.6p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126315, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Borneo and Juliet; Ivric bv Robert B. 
Smith, music by Gus Edwanls. 

1422 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sona, New York, 
N. Y. C 101797, Aug. 31, 1905; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Bose (The) city by the sea; by Adnama 
Nvlf Elkrocm. 1428 

f° 6. p., s*ong. 

A. F. Fle^el, Portland, Orej?. C 1 1 8666, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Bose Fay; (Rosonfee) mazurka caprice, 
Carl Heins, op. 185. 1424 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

Theodore Prea«er, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126552, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



BoMy red cheek; words by Bartley C. Coe- 
tello, music by Ernest R. Ball. 

1486 

f. 6p. 

Marcus Whit mark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110264, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
14, 1906. 

Bnbher; by B. E. Tilton. Chic4i«;o, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1486 
fo 6 p., iong. 

Benj. E. Tilton, United States. C 
126391, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Bnbens (Paul A.) and Tonre (Frank E.) 

Dairymaids (The) selection; arr. for 
full niilitary band bv Dan Godfrey. 
Chappells army journal no. 316. 1487 

f®. pt«. 

full orchestra. 

40, pto. 

Chappell &C0., ltd., London, England. 
C 126205 & 126206, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of 
each July 26, 1906. 

Sally; wonls and music by (ieo. Chitten- 
den Turner. New York, Train 
pub. CO. 1488 

M. Theo Train & G. C. Turner, New- 
York, N. Y. C 118052, Apr. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21. 1906. 

Salnte to Williamsport; C. £. Duble, arr. 
by F. H. Losey. 1489 

40. orch. pte. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126331, July 28, 1906; 2 c, 
July 28, 1906. 

San Francisco; song, by Amelia Metcalfe 
H arsh . Chicago, Success music co. 

1480 

f°. 5 p. 

A. M. Han»h, United States. C 126386, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by M. 8. Jarvis. Chicago, 

SucceBs munic co. 1481 

f°, 4 p. 

M. 3. Jarvis, United States. C 126389, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by A. Von Schultz. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1482 

A. Von Pchultz, United iStates. C 
126872, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

son? bv H. T. W^iddicombe. Chi- 

(•ago, Success music co. 1488 

f°. 5 p. 

H. T. Widdicnmhe, United States. C 
126379, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



MUSICAL OOMPOSITIONS 



141 



San Fraaoiseo (The) disaster; song by Ma- 
bel Tierney, Chici47o, Success mu- 
sic CO. 1484 

M. Tierney, United States. C 126374, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

San Franeisco earthquake; descriptive bal- 
lad, words by Mary F. Merrill, mu- 
sic bv Ernest Camp. Stockton, 
Cal., Ernest Camp. 1495 

f°,5p. 

Camp & Merrill, Stockton, Cal. C 
126432, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

San Franoisoo fire; song by Margaret K. 
Railey. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 14S6 

f°.Sp. 

M. K. Railey, United States. C 126361, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

8aa Franciieo (The) horror; song, by 
Adelbert Wallace. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1487 

A. Wallace, United States. C 126359, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Ban Franciaeo, ruined San Francisco; words 

bv Elizabeth N. Nicol, music by 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1488 

F», 5p. 

E. N. Nicol, Jersey Citv, N. J. C 
124399, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

8an Franeisoo's cry; song by Mrs. J. H. 
Wademan. Chicago, Success mu- 
sic CO. 1489 

t'^, 5 p. 

ifn. J. H. Wademan, United States. 
C 126384, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Sartorio (Amoldo) 

Fest (Das) bei den Oster-Haschen; 
marohenspiel mit gesang und tanz von 
Henny Voigt, piano op. 688. 1440 

f°, pto, 1-5 complet. 

H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, Germany. 
C 126216, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Satisfy ns with Thy mercy; [by] Ira B. 
Wilson. 1441 

leaf, eong. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
128502, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Sattelmair (Bngen) 

8^r(^nade Andalouse; morceau carat^- 
rifltique pour piano, op. 95. 1442 

P. 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mam. C 
126138, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 



Seheming; from **TheSbo-gun," lyric by 
George Ade, music by Gustav Lu- 
ders. 144S 

f°,7p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 96679, June 12, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Schiaranno Tnomo; canzone popolare per 
mandolino e chitarra di Frank Pen- 
nino. 1444 

40, pis. 

Antonio Grauso, New York, N. Y. C 
126202, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Schmidt's collection of sacred songs for 
medium voice; 18 selected songs. (Ed. 
Schmidt, no. 113) 1446 

40, 83 p. 
C 126403, July 28, 1906. 

trios and quartettes for women's 

voices. (Ed. Schmidt no. 117 a.) 
vol. 1 1446 

4°. 99 p. 
C 126404, July 28, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 
2 c. of each July 30, 1906. 

Sohool (The) flag; patriotic march, Geo. 
L. Spaulding. 1447 

F, 5 p., pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126559, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Schumann (Bobert) 

Fantasy pieces; (Phantasie stucke) op. 
12, edited by Xaver Scharwenka, with 
introduction by Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney. (Ditson edition, no. 81.) 144S 

40, 34 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. A 
152343, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Scotto (V.) 

Petite tonkinoise; paroles de Villai*d et 
Christine, arr. par Christine. 1449 

1°, unp. 

Christine, Paris, France. C 126464, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Scotto (Y.) et Christina 

Petite tonkinoise; schottisch pour 
piano, sur les motifs de la chanson po- 
pulaire cre^'e par Polin. 1460 

F. unp. 

Christine, Paris, France. C 126465 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Seeboeok (W. C. £.) 

As the seasons come and go; cantata, 
words by Clara Adele Xeidig, 1, January; 
2, February; 3, My valentine; 4, March; 5, 
April; 6, May; 7, May day song; 8, Queen 
of May; 9, Memoriafday song (soprano); 
10, Memorial day song (contralto); 11, 



142 



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Seeboeok (W. C. S.) — Continued. 

June; 12, August; 13, September; 14, 
November; 15, Tbe frost king. 1451 

t°, 6, 5, 5, S. 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 5, 5, 5, 6, 3, 6 p. 

C. A. Neidig, Des Moines, Iowa. C 
126230-126244, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 30, 1906. 

She only was in Parli for a year; words by 
Jas. T. Powers, music by Arthur A. 
Penn. 1452 

fo, 6p. 

Marcus Witraark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 97686, June 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Bhe'i my fairy queen; by Carl G. Albright. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1458 

f°, 6 p., song. 

C. G. Albright, United States. C 
126393, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Bhe'i only a moving picture ;« words and 
music by C. K. Dittmann. Chi- 
cago, Imperial music pub. co. 1454 

C. E. Dittmann, Ilermine, Pa. C 
12a546, May 4, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Bhowalter (J. Henry) & others. 

Star of hope; for Sunday school and 
evangelistic work. Blountsville, Ala., 
The Star pub. co. 1455 

12°, lU., 143 p. 

J. H. Showalter, H. F. Morris, F. N. 
Brown, R. R. Morris, J. F. Thompson, 
J. T. Bynum, H. Roberts, B. F. Sims, 
United States of America. A 146686, 
May 24, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Shower of pearls; dance characteristic, 
J. Albert Snow, arr. by Alfred Field- 
house, violin and piano. Boston, 
Evans music co. 1456 

f°.5p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126309, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Silver leavei; intermezzo by Hampton 
Durand. 1457 

f°, unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 126668, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Binding (Ghriitian) 

FriihlingsrauBchen; ( Voices of Spring) 
op. 32, no. 3 edited and lingered by 
Rugene Goudy. Boston, Kvans music 
CO. 1468 

fo. 9 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126308, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Sinking (The) of the Valencia; words by 
Ariia A. Froman, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1469 
f, 6p. 

A. A. Froman. Dillon, Mont. 124383, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Slater (Mary Turner) 

Gethsemane; offertory solo with or^n 
ace. words by J. B. S. Monsell, high 
voice in F. 1460 

r, b p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126318, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Slavery dayi ; characteristic march, by R. 
Anthony Zita. 1461 

f°, 6 Pm pf. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 124228, June 25, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Soldier (A) boy; words bv James W. Jack- 
son, music by Chas. \Vadsworth Russ. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1462 
f°, 3p. 

J. W. Jackson, Slatv Fork, W. Va. C 
124506, June 28, 1906- 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Someone; words by Bartley C. Costello, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. 1463 

f^'.sp. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 109436, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
14, 1906. 

Song! of Old Olory and the land we love. 

1464 

24°, unp. 

Geo. M. Vickers, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
142687, Apr. 7, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. 

Song! that take me back to Ireland; words 
and music by Chas. B. Lawlor. 1466 

f°, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York. 
N. Y. C 99185, July 19, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Spiee (The) of ftruit; words by L. F. Yaus^ 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1466 
f°. 6 p. 

L. F. Yaus, Bigelow, Mo. C 124510, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Spirit of Ck)d; [words by] Geo. Croly, 
[music by] E. S. Lorenz. 1467 

leaf. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton^ 
Ohio. C 126499, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 



MUSICAL COICPOSITIONS 



148 



spread the newi, bniy beei; by Ulysses J. 
Alsdorf. 1468 

f°, 6 p. pf. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 109444, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Bteinhauer (Carl) 

Sang (Ein) am Rhein; [ged v.] Carl 
Pusoh. Compositionen fiir miinnerchor 
op. 82. 1469 

8° Kc. and pt««. 

H. vom Ende*8 verlag. Trier, Germany. 
C 125693, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 190is. 

Straau (Richard) 

Adagio; aus der klaviersonate in H 
moll op. 5, fur violine, harmonium und 
piano, ubertragen von August Reinhard. 
V. no. 3070. 1470 

4°, sc. and ptfl. 

Jos. Aihl verlag, Miinchen, Germany. 
C 125697, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Stricken (The) city; song by B. D. Austin. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1471 

f°.6p. 

B. D. Austin, United States. C 126383, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Stricken Frisco; words by Mrs. W. P. 
Fenla.*«on, music by J. Rode. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1472 
f°, 6p. 

}fr8. W. P. Fenlason, United States. 
C 126371, July 27, 1906; 2c. July 27, 1906. 

Summer time once more; words b^ H. A. 
Mathews, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1478 

f°. 3 p. 

H. A. Mathews, Chambersburg, Pa. 
C 124388, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Snnny Colorado; reverie composed and 
arr. by C. Elizabeth Francis. 1474 
F*. 7 p., pf. 

C. E. Francis, Brush, Colo. C 126333, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Sunshine and showers; words bv R. R. 
Yeoman, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1475 

f°. 8p. 

R. R. Yeoman, St. Joseph, Mo. C 
124377, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Snsan, kiss me good and hard; words by 
Robert F. Roden, music bv J. Fred 
Helf. ' 1476 

«°, 5p. 

Helf & Hager co., New York, N. Y. C 
126530, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Sweet Anastasia Brady; words by Wm. 
Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz. 

1477 

fo, 5p. 

Jerome A Schwartz, New York, N. Y. 
C 126496, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Sweet Harriette: words by A. A. Fitzke, 
music bv Metropolitan music co. 

1478 

Miss A. A. Fitzke, Westchester, N. Y. 

C 123782, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Sweet memories; words and music by H. 
Jackson. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1479 

f°, 5> p. 

H. Jackson, New York, N. Y. C 124513, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Sweet Myrahelle; words by Wm. H. Gard- 
ner, music by G. M. Bland ford. 
Boston, The Colonial music pub. co. 

1480 

f'.Sp. 

G. M. Bland ford. Boston, Mass. C 
126439, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Sweetest (The) name; words by Mrs. F. H. 

Calmes. music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 1481 

f°, 3 p. 

3/r«. F. H. Calmes, Atlanta, Ga, C 
124389, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Sweethearting; words by Forceneius 
Gunnsttunardda, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1482 
f°. 5p. 

Forceneius Gunnsttunardda, New Ha- 
ven, Conn. C 124393, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 31, 1906. 

Ssnlc (Joseph) 

Melodic; (Lied) pour violon avec ace. 
de piano. 1488 

f°, 7 p. 

Ries & Erler, Berlin, German v. C 
126446, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30,' 1906. 

Take a trip to Coney Island; words and 
music by Louisa Howell. New 

York, Eastern music pub. co. 1484 
F. 5p. 

Louisa Howell, New Brunswick, N. J. 
C 124006, June 21 , 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Take it to the Lord; [words by] Jos. 
Scriven, [music bv] E. S. Lorenz. 

1485 

2 leaves. 

Lorenz publishing companv, Davton, 
Ohio. C 126498, July 30, 1906; 2 c.* July 
30, 1906. 



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Tapper (Thomat) 

Si^ht reading and memory lessons for 
the pianoforte, book 1; (Ed. Schmidt no. 
108 a. b. ) 14S6 

4°, 66 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125575, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Tate (Jai. W.) 

Old Calabar; written by John P. Har- 
rington. 1487 

F.3p. 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 126323, July 28, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
20, 1906. 

Tell the story everywlkere; [by] Anna 
Gardner Goodwin. ' 14118 

leaf, 8ong. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126169, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Tent life; march, Geo. L. Spaulding. 1489 
F. 6 p.. pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126549, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Tete (A) a tete, at eight; words and music 
by Barney Fagan. 1490 

fo,6p. 

Marcus Wit mark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110260, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

That little game of cards; words and music 
bv Wm. C. Henderson. Willis 
Woodward & co., New York, N. Y. 

1491 

f°.5p. 

Wm. C. Henderson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
C 126319, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

That little gold key to her heart; words by 
Mrs. Rebecca Buck minster, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1493 

P,5p. 

3/r«. R. Buck minster. Corning, Mo. C 
124378, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

That's my idea of a hero; words by Vin- 
cent Brvan, music by Gus. Edwards. 

1493 
f°.5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 95013, May 17, 1W5; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Thayer (William Armour) 

Jesus, my Saviour, look on me; sacred 
song for a high voice with piano ace. 
words by (Charlotte Elliott. 1494 

f°,5p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126317, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Thelma of the dell; words by Wellington 
Brezee, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1495 

fo,5p. 

W. Brezee, Albany, N. Y. 124515, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

There's a widenesa in Ood's merej; [words] 
by Frederick W. Faber, [music] by 
T. D. Williams. 1496 

8 leaves. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126195, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Things are surely breaking great for me; 
words by Ed. P. Moran, music by 
Seymour Furth. 1497 

f°,5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 92716, Apr. 13, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
14, 1906. 

Those songs my mother used to sing; H. 

Wakefield Smith, arr. for niilitarv 

band by W. 0. O'Hare. Song for 

trombone. 1498 

4° pte. 

Song for comet. 

4°, pte. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 1 26524 > 126525, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 30, 1906. 

Tfanillier (Ed) 

Filia amorosa; valse r^veuse pour piano' 

1499 
f°,7p. 

Paul Pingon, Paris, France. C 126463, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Thy will be done; song for sop. or ten. bv 
F. D. Williams. 1500 

f^ 5 p. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126196, July 25, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
25, 1906. 

Tiebach (Frans) 

Glaubenssieg; oratorium zur fiinfzig- 
jahrfeier des Ostdeutschen Junglings»- 
bundes, text von Johannes Jordan. 
Klavierauszug. 1601 

F, 50 p. 

Ostdeutflcher Junglingsbund, Berlin, 
Germany. C 126209, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 26, 1906. 

To day thy Master calls ; [words] by Os- 
wald Allen, [music] by J. S. Fearis. 

1502 

4 leaves. 

Ix)renz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126193, July 25, 1906; 2 c, Julv 
25, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



U6 



Tokey Loe; an oriental serenade; words 
by H. M. Jones, music by Jacob Kauf- 
man. ' 1508 

f>, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 107447, Nov. 16, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Tom, tell mother that jon love me; words 

bv Wilbur K. Castelow, music by 

Metropolitan music CO. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1504 

f, 6p. 

W. E. Castelow, Meridian, Conn. C 
124614, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Vanity; words by N. A. Gould, music by 
Metropolitan musicco. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1505 

f°. 5p. 

N. A. Gould, West Walworth, N. Y. 
C 124380, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Village belle; schottische, Bertha Metz- 

ler, rev. ed. (L. F. ^^^^ edition 

standard coni|X)sitions by favorite 

composers. ) 2nd grade, 24. 1506 

f*. 4 p.. pf. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126567, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Vincent (Charles) 

Fifty Shakspere songs, for low voice. 
(The musicians library. ) 1507 

4«, 157 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126222, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Virginia (The) creeper march and itep; by 
Alfred T. Goodsell. 1508 

F. 5 p.. pf. 

A. T. Goodsell, Bridgeport, Conn. C 
126171, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Violet's (The) dream; won;ls by Mina Stan- 
ley Elliot, music by Sletropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1609 

f°. 3p. 

M. S. Elliot, Woodburn, 111. C 124505, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

VoUstedt (Sob.) 

Rosenzauber; walzer, op. 341 das or- 
cheater, no. 3. 1510 

40 pt». 

G. A. Gassmann, Zurich, Switzerland. 
C 12W49, July :iO, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Volnntaer (The) firemen; vocal march and 
two step, words by Louis Rufner, 
music by D. Miiller.' 1511 

!«.4p. 

D. MuUer, New York, N. Y. C 126189, 
Julv 26, 1906; 2 c. Julv 28, 1906. 



Wachs (Panl) 

Femme r^v^; valse presque lente pour 
piano. 1512 

f°,7p. 

C 126341, July 28, 1906, 

Les precieuses; marche coquette pour 
piano. 1518 

i«. 7p. 
C 126336, July 28, 1906. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. each 
Julv 28, 1906. 

Wagner (B.) 

Magic fire scene; f Feuerzauber) from 
"Die Walkiire" freely transcribed by L. 
Brassin, revised and fingered by Eugene 
Goudy for piano. Boston, Evans mu- 
sic CO. 1614 

fo,9p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126307, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

War long! and memorial lon^i; with the 
choruses arr. for mixed voices. 1515 

8® 124 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 126504, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

We'll ling nnto the King; a beautiful sacred 
song, words and music by H. W. 
Orner, arr. by Geo. Rosen krans. 
Male voices. 1516 

Mixed voices. 

ft®, unp. 

H. \V. Orner, Dubois, Pa. C 126328- 
126329, Julv 28, 1906; 2c. of each July 28, 
1906. 

What*! the matter with oar team; words 
and music by Vincent Bryan. 1517 

f°,5p. 

J. H. Reniick & co.. New York, N. Y^ 
C 126083, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

What's the me of anything; wonls by 
Harrv Williams, music by Egbert 
Van Alstyne. 1518 

f°. 5 p. 

J. H. Remick & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126084, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

When the ligjits go oat; words by Ed. 
Gardenier, music bvChas. Kohlman. 

1519 

t°, 5 p. 

C. Kohlman & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126423, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

When the maple leaves are taming red and 

gold; wonls by Louis Bogner, music 

by James W h itehouse. Rochester, 

Whitehouse pub. co. 1520 

f<», 6 p. 

L. Bogner & co., Rochester, N. Y. C 
119430, Apr. 21, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



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CATALOOtJK OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



When the roll ii called up yonder; [words 
by] J. M. B., [music by] J. M. Bla^'k. 

1521 

leaf. 

J. M. Blat-k, United States. C 126479, 
July 30. 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Where ii mamal words by Mrs. Carrie El- 

dred, mui^ic by Metroiwlitan music 

CO. New York, Melville mu4»ic 

pub. CO. 1622 

f. 5p. 

^fr8. C. Eldred, WaHhington Mills, N. Y. 
C 124405, June 26, 1906; 2 c. J uly 3 1 , 1906. 

Whiiperinff waves; waltzes by Harry J. 
Lincoln. 1528 

r°, 6 p., pf. 

Vandersloot music pub. co., "Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126258, July 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. 

White (The) House bride; words by Mrs. 
Clara B. Kephart, music by Rhoda 
M. Kephart New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1524 

f>,5p. 

}frs. C. B. Kephart, Rolfe, Pa. C 
124386, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Widow (A) has ways; [wng from] '*The 
red mill;" lyric by Henry M. Blos- 
som, music by Victor Herbert. 1625 
f°. 6 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125812, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Wiedemann (Max) 

100 (Der) psalm; fiir miinnerchor. 
Parti tur. 1526 

8° 5 p. 

Paul Koeppen, Berlin, Germany. C 
126218, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26,*1906. 

Will yon be the same sweetheart; by 
C/harles A. Feeley. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1627 
f®, 5 p., aong. 

C. A. Feeley, United States. C 126369, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Willan (Healey) 

Office (The) of the Holy Communion; 
set to mu.«ic in the key of G, Novello's 
parish choir book no. 713. * 1528 

8° 24 p. 

Novello & CO., ltd.. London, England. 
C 126203, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Willie Graham at Santiago; won Is by 
Margaret Grassl, music by Metropol- 
itan music CO. New^ York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1529 
f°.5p. 

Melville music pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 123161, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
24, 1906. 



Willing (The) workers; [by] Anna Gafxl- 
ner Goodwin. 1680 

leaf, fH)ng. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126166, July 25, 1906; 2 c. jAly 25, 1906. 

Wilm (K. von) 

Mu.sikalisches dekameron, 10 kleine 
stucke fur das pianoforte, op. 225, 1, 
Fliegendes blatt (Flying leaf); 2, Be- 
sch wichtigung ( Tranquility) ; 3, Unruhige 
tage (Restless day); 4, Gestiindnis (Con- 
fession); 5, Bitte (Entreaty); 6, Ge- 
tiiuschtes hoffen (Disappointment); 7, 
Trohe laune (Good humor) ; 8, Kurzer 
entschluss (Resolution); 9, Ruheplfitz- 
chen (In a quiet nook); 10, Im stillen 
heim (By the fireside). 1531 

F, 6. 8. B, 3, 3, 3. 5, 3. 3, 3 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126128-126137, July 25, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 25, 1906. 

Wilson (H. Lane) 

I^rk (The) is up; vocal gavotte from 
** Dorothy's wedding day," words and 
music, no. 1 in F. ' 1532 

f°, 7 p. 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
125487, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

With flying colors march; R. Goerdeler. 

1588 

8^. unp.. band pt8. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125501, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

With flying colors march; R. Goerdeler, 
arr. by Aug. Damm. 1584 

8°, imp. orch. pts. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125502, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

With violets; song for high voice, words 
bv C. If. Webb, nnisic by G. Eloise 
Price. 1635 

f°. 5 p., voc. pf. aco. 

(j. K. Price & M. Theo. Train, New 
York, N. Y. C 125583, July 14, 1906; 2c. 
July 14, 1906. 

Wolff (Bernhard) 

Select compositions for the pianoforte, 
op. 252. 

1. Lament; (Klagelied) 

2. On the water; (Auf deni wa^er) 

1536 

f°, 7. 5 p. 

C 126140-12614\ July 25, 1906. 

op. 253. Contention; (Der 

wettstreit) 1587 

fP, 5 p. 

C 126142, July 25, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



147 



Wolff ( Bemhard ) — Continued. 

op. 255 The chimes; (Glo- 
rteU 



) 



1538 



ckespii 
f>, 5p. 
C 126143, July 25, 1906. 

op. 256. Devotion; (Andacht) 

1539 
f>.5p. 

C 126144, July 25, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2. c. 
of each July 25, 1906. 

Wonderfal (The) winder long; by Emma 
R. Murray. Success music co., 
Chicago. ' 1540 

P. 5 p. 

E. R. Murray, United States. C 125703, 
July 16, 1906;' 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

'Won't yon be my birdie bird; words by 
Frank Abbott, music by Nat Osborne. 

1541 
(°, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 90535, Mar. 13, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 

Won't yon pray; [words and music by] 
D. Z. Canady. 1542 

leaf. 

Biglow & Main co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126478, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Works (The) of the Lord; [by] L. O. 
Emerson. 1548 

3 leaves, mng. 

Ix)renz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126501, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

World*! (The) deitrnction; [music bv] 
Gus S. Pranke. 1544 

fo. 6 p. 

G. 8. Pranke, United States. C 125547, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Woyeke (Engen) 

Twelve lyric gems of Scotland tran- 
scribed for the piano, op. 57, no. 1, Logie 
o* Buchan; 2, Robin Adair; 3, Within a 
mile of Kdinbureh town; 4, Bonnie lad- 
die, Highland laddie; 5, The ewe bughts; 
6, Caller herrin; 7, A hieland lad; 8, Ye 
Imnks and braes; 9, The Campbells are 
coming; 10, Annie Laurie; 11, The lass 
o* Gowrie; 12, Scot's wha hae w* Wal- 
lace bled. 1545 

f, 5, 6, 3, 3, 5, 5, 8, 3, 3. 8, 3, 8 p. 

Whaley, Rovce A co., ltd., Toronto, 
Canada. C 12o990-126001 , Julv 20, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 20, 1906. 

Wnnderlioh (Ernst) 

Baumbach-cyclus; zwolf lieder und 
eine widmung, fur eine mittelstimme. 
Widroung; "Mein Thiiringen." 1546 

1^.7 p. 



Wnnderlioh ( Ernst ) — Con t in ued. 

A. Lieder Jung Frieders; aus**Frau 

Holde." 

f«>, 39p. 

B. Lieder eines fahrenden gesellen. 



fo. 35p. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, l^ipzig, Germany. 
C 126219-126221, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of 
each July 26, 1906. 

Yellow label brand; song, words by Wm. 
L. Hussey, music by Harrv Howard. 

1547 

P, 6p. 

W\ L. Hu8sev, St. Louis, Mo. C 126437, 
July 30, 1906; '2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Yon never can tell abont a woman; [song 
from] "The red mill;" lyric by 
Henry M. Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert. 1548 

f°.6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125811, July 19. 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Yon' 11 be mine forever; words by R. Ro- 
mano, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1549 

fo, bp. 

Ralph Romano, New York, N. Y. C 
124511, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Ton will remember; by Jos. Hanlon. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1550 

f°, 5 p. song. 

J. Hanlon, United States. C 126387, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Tonlianna; my Indian maid, words and 
music by Russell Webb. Chicago, 
Miller music pub. co. 1551 

F. unp. 

Webb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, 111. 
C 125858, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906. 

Yonng Amerioa march; E. D. Goldby, 
mandolin. 1552 

f°, unp. 

E. D. Goldby, Paterson, N. Jl C 125635, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 
Tonng (The) trnmpeter; by Geo. L. Spaul- 
ding, piano. Child life no. 2. 1558 
F. 3 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125510, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 
1906. 

Yonr mama*! with the angels; song by 
W. T. Vipond. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1554 

f°, 6 p. 

W^T. Vipond, United States. C 126349, 
Julv 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



148 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Tonrt trttly waltt; Jos. Gearen, arr. by 
M. B. Waite. 1555 

f^, unp. 2 mand. guit. and pf. 

M. B. Waite, Racine, Wis. C 124939, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Zisgler (Johaimet) 

In twilight; reverie for the pianoforte. 

1666 

fo, 5p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C ! 
125873, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 



Zolodel; sonfir by Beulah Charchill. 
Chicago, Success music co. 15(7 

f**, 6 p. 

B. Churchill, United States. C 125758, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

ZonaTM mareh 4 two itep; E. D. Goldhy, 
mandolin. U58 

f°, unp. 

E. D. (ioldby, Paterson, N. J. G 
125623, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed bv deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 '. 16,679 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all compositions entered under 
the authors in the Cataix)gue and author references to all compositions entered 
nnder the titles in the Catau>oub. In the case of an author reference, the title 
follows the name of the author. 

Ttie Flfpore* refer to Uie II««Ty«lmced Nambers folloiivlBar tlft« Titles In tbe 

Cmtalogoe. 



Aarons (A. E.) His honor the 

mayor 1278 

Abl (J. ) verlag. Adagio 1470 

Abechied 1148 

Acuff (J. W. ) Glad hoeannas ... 1255 

Adagio 1470 

Adoration 1233 

Ahn Carse (A. von). Valse in D 

flat 1176 

Albright (C. G.) She's my fairy 

queen ' 1453 

Album leaf 1214 

Albumblatt 12 J 4 

Alden (B.) Fare thee well Lillie 

May 1225 

Allan & CO.: 

Off toCallao 1256 

Silver whispers 1150 

Alsdorf ( U. J.) Spread the news, 

busy bees 1468 

Aktyne (E. V.) What's the use 

of anything 1518 

Altbohmisches Weihnachtslied. . , 1277 

Anderton ( T. ) Norma i baron ... 1 386 

Annie Laurie 1545 

A polio- verlag. Rosine walzer 1333 

Appalachia 1195 

Appel (H.): 

Brass buttons , 11 70 

Daint V rosebuds ' 1 1 87 

Archer ( Kl. J. ) Maggie Croney . , 1348 

Arlette-ghvotte 1 222 

Armand (C): 

Bluette 1165 

Bolero 1167 

Legende 1328 

Romance 1421 

As the seasons come & go 1451 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew: 

Why is springtime, ringtime?. 1264 

World of roses 1190 

Aahdown (E. ): 

In questa tomba oscura 1 160 

Ashford (E. L. ) God's way is 

best 1 259 

Astarte 1359 

Ater(J. McD.) Powerof true love. 1414 



Audacht 1539 

Auf dem wasser 1536 

Augener ( ): 

Foreign pictures 1366 

Valse in I) flat 1176 

Austin ( B. D. ) Stricken city .... 1471 
Babcock (I. E. ) Death comes at 

dawn 1193 

Bailey (A.): 

Ideal chord instructor 1 301 

New chord instructor 1381 

Baillet (H.) jr. Great Jehovah, 

m igh ty G od 1267 

Baldo' er ( J. 0. ) Our grandmoth- 
er's pies 1404 

Ball ( E. R. ) : 

I can't help thinking of you. . 1284 

One little girl 1 3V'6 

Rosev red cheek 1425 

Barcarolle 1209 

Baumbach-cvdus 1546 

Bells ; 1279 

Benedictus 1232 

Benson (S. ) Death comes at 

dawn 1 1 94 

Besi'hwichtigung 1531 

Beswick (L. H.) Hvmn of the 

Nile '. 1282 

Beyer (— ). Little sweetheart 1336 

Biglow & Main co. Won't you 

pray 1542 

Bingham (CD.) No bird can sing 

in a darkened room 1384 

Bischoff (C. C. ) Princess 1416 

Bitte 1531 

Bjuge(C. B. ) Evangeli harpe... 1219 
Black (J. M.) When the roll is 

called up vonder 1521 

Blandford (G. M.): 

Osceola 1402 

Sweet Myral)elle 1480 

Blanev (H. F.) Kandy kid for 

mine 1319 

Bogner (L.) & co. When the ma- 
ple leaves are turning 1 520 

Bonnie laddie 1545 

Boosey & co. Lark (The) is up.. 1532 

I 



11 



INDEX 



Bour & Kendall. Kentucky Rose. 

Bowman ( N. ) El varie 

Bradford (J. B. ) By the brook.. 

Brat am (G. )• 

Four-in-hand 

Rolling home 

Brassin (L.) Magic tire scene . . . 

Bratton (J. W.) On a desert 
island 

Breeee (F. W. ) Bove in blue 

Brezee ( W. ) Theliia of the dell. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel: 

Baumbach-cyclus 

Bells 

Omar Khayydm 

Brightmore (VV.) Is there any- 
thing that I could do for vou. . . 

Bristow (F. L. ) Jolly little cow 
boys 

Brown ( B. F. )jr. Good-bye sweet- 
heart Josie 

Brown (W. K.) jr. Must I leave 
my sweetheart forever 

Bryan (V.) What's the matter 
with our team 

Buckminster ( Jfr<r. R. ) That little 
gold key to her heart 

Burt (W.'J. J.) Coontowu jubi- 
lee 

Butler (R. L. ) In the moonlight, 
Gracie dear 

By the fireside 

Caf<^ chantant 

Caller herrin 

Calmes {Mrs. F. H.) Sweetest 
name 

Camp (E.) San Francisco earth- 
quake 

Camp & Merrill. San Francisco 
earthquake 

Campbells are*coming 

Canady (D. Z, ) Won't you pray. 

Canzonetta 

Capriciense 

Caresse eni vrante 

Casey (J. W.): 

If you could understand 

Just a picture of Kentuckv. . . 

Castelow (W. E.) Tom, ' tell 
mother that you love me 

Castling( H. ) Host my train again . 

Catlin (E. L. ) My amber lady .. 

Chapin {Mrs. M. E.) My sweet- 
heart 

Chappell & CO. Dairymaids 

Chimes 

Christine. Petite tonki noise 

Church (J.) CO. Classics for the 
young 

Churchill ( B.) Zolodel 

Clark (M.) Heart I've crushed 
forever 

Classics for the young 

Clement (F. W.) Ev'ening breeze. 

Clevenger {W. F.) Mollie 

Cline (O. L. ) Gritty George 



1322 ' 

1217 
1173 

1240 
1420 • 
1514 

1392 ' 
1168 i 
1495 I 

1546 
1279 
1155 

1307 



1313 



1262 

1367 ' 

1517 

1491 I 

1184 , 

1304 I 
1531 ' 
1366 
1545 

1481 

1435 

1435 
1545 
1 542 
UlU 
1213 
1189 

1302 
1316 

1504 
12S9 
1368 

1374 
1427 
1538 
1449 

1229 
1557 

1 273 
1229 
1220 
1362 
1268 



Cceur fragile 1 1 61 

Cogle V ( E. F. ) Manawa 1 :^52 

Coles '(C. H. ) Leary^s alleyway. . 1327 
Collett (H. J.) Down where the 

apple blos.soms grow 1202 

Collins (L. S.): 

Farmer's boy 1227 

Old Glory 1389 

Compositionen f ur das piano- forte. 1 209 

Confession 1531 

Conley(R.) Mah little honey Sue. i:^0 

Contention 1537 

Cotter (T.) Cheyenne girl 1178 

Crawford (C.) On the shady side. 1395 

Crolv (G. ) Spirit of God 1467 

rruser(C.V.) Allalonie 1144 

Curfman (B.) Dinah's twins 1197 

Curwin (J.) & sons. King of Sher- 
wood 1276 

Cundv music CO. Evening breeze. 1220 

CzdrdVis 1366 

Dairymaids 1427 

Daisy's wooing 1329 

Dale (R. A.) Pictures on the wall . 1412 

Damm (A. ) With flving colors.. 1533 

Darewski ( M. ) Worfd of roses. . . 1 1 90 

Davis (J. W.) Babv'sgone. 1153 

Dean (E. S.) & Hensley (8. W.) 

(ilad hosannas 1255 

De Koven ( R. ) Gav lieutenant. . 1 252 

Deux Marthe \ 1223 

Devotion 1539 

Disappointment 1531 

Ditson (O.) CO.: 

Fantasy pieces 1448 

Fifty 8hakesj)ere songs 1507 

Twenty-five studies for piano . 1 1 63 

Two dancers 1269 

War songs & memorial songs . 1515 

Where the bee sucks 1 1 49 

Dittmann ^C. E. ) She's only a 

moving picture 1454 

Douthat (L. L. ) Down in the 

vallev 1201 

Dowd (L. ) Ivost in the bay 1342 

Dragonne 1 1235 

Dressier ( W. ) Old folks at home. 1388 

Du hast meine ganz seele 1 154 

Duble (C. E.) Salute to Williams- 
port 1429 

Durand ( H. ) Silver leaves 1457 

Edinger (J. D.) Bovs of Vester- 

day *. '. 1169 

Edwards (G.) : 

Romeo and Juliet 1422 

That's my idea of a hero 1493 

Edwards (J.) His honor the 

mavor 1278 

Elander(C.) Hvmn of the Nile . 1282 

Eldre^i ( Mrs. C.) ' Where is Mama. 1522 
Elkrocm (A. N. ) Rose city by 

the sea '. * 1 423 

Elliot (m!s.V* Violet's dream!".!. 3509 

Ellis (R.) Old black Joe 1387 

Elliston (C. F.) I am wasting 

away for you 1283 



INDEX 



III 



Emerson (L. O.) Works of the 

Lord 1543 

En cheminant 1254 

Ende's (H. vom) verlag. Sang 

am Rhein 1469 

Entreaty 1531 

Enoch A cie. : 

Adoration 1233 

Canzonetta 1 234 

Dra^onne 1235 

Duval (A.) 1204 

Femme rt^vee 1512 

(lolliwogjr's dance 1205 

Marche Gasconne 1324 

Marquisette 1206 

Pimpante 1207 

Pn'H'ieusee (Les) 1513 

Espagnola 1166 

Evans (W. A.): 

FruhlinjjHniuschen 1458 

Gallant heroes 1250 

Jsadore waltz 1309 

Magic fire scene 1514 

f^hower of pearls 1456 

Evridge ( W. D.) Glad hoeannas. . 1255 

Ewe bughts 1545 

Fa)?an (B. ) Tete a tete at eight. . 1490 

Family songs with tunes 1270 

Fantasy pieties 1448 

Fas8(P. W.) Annette 1147 

Fearis (J. S.) To-day thy Master 

calls 1502 

Feist ( L. ) : 

Bright as the morning 1172 

Jupiter 1315 

Little patriot 1335 

Mansfeldt technic 1353 

Mars 1356 

Pasionaria danza 1406 

Village belle 1506 

Femme r^vee 1512 

Fenlaeon (3fr». W. P.) Stricken 

Frisco 1472 

Fest bei den Oster-Haschen 1440 

Field (J. T.) Magificat & nunc 

dimittis 1349 

Fieldhou8e(A.) Shower of pearls. 1456 

Fifty Shakespere songs 1507 

Figha di lorio 1241 

Filia amorosa 1499 

Fischer (C): 

Bluette Iia5 

Bolero 1 1 67 

Le^ende 1328 

Peruvian dance 1410 

Romance 1421 

Fischer (J.) Jara mladC pochod . 1310 
Fitzke {Mi8S A. A.) Sweet Flarri- 

ette 1478 

Flegel (A. F.) Rose city by the 

flea 1423 

Fliegendes blatt 1531 

Floramve 1204 

Flying leaf 1531 



Fontaine. Daisies 1188 

Forberg (R.): 

Abschied 1148 

Altbohinisches Weihmacbt- 

slied 1277 

Jubilate Deo omnis terra 1249 

Foreign pictures 1366 

Foster ( E. G.) Linday & Rastus. 1334 

Foster ( S. ) Old black Joe 1387 

Foster (S. C. ) Old folks at home. 1388 
Frain (M. T.) & Turner (G. C.) 

Sally 1428 

Francis (C. E. ): 

Human hearts 1281 

Sunny Colorado 1474 

Francis, Day & Hunter: 

I lost my train again 1289 

I want a little man like you. . 1295 
Never show the palm of your 

hand 1380 

Freeley (C. A.) Will you be the 

same sweetheart 1527 

Frohe laune 1531 

Froman (A. A.) Sinking of the 

Valencia 1469 

Fruhling!»raus<'.hen 1458 

Funf gesange 1321 

Furth (S.): 

Let's all make hay while the 

f-un shines '. 1331 

My pals 1371 

Things are surely breaking 

great for me ? . . 1497 

Gabriel (C. H.) I will walk with 

Him 1299 

Garland (M.) It pays 1309 

Gassmann (G. A.) Rosenzauber. 1510 

Gearen (J.) Yours truly waltz.. 1555 

Gestiindnis 1531 

Getauschtes hoffen 1531 

Gethsemane 1460 

(Tiovanni Gallurese 1363 

(rlaubenssieg 1501 

Glockespiel 1538 

Godfrey fD.) Dairymaids 1427 

Goerdeler(R.) With flying colors. 1533 
Goidby ( K. D. ) : 

Gold by* 8 practical studies for 

mandolin 1260 

Young America march 1552 

Zouaves march 1558 

Golliwogg's dance 1205 

(too<1 humor 1531 

Goodman (J. F.) Neath the 
Hhadow of the Colorado 

hills 1378 

Goo<lsell ( A. T. ) Virginia creeper. 1508 

Goodwin (A. G.) : 

Do not touch the wine cup . . . 1200 

I will follow Jesus 1298 

JesuH, don* t paFs me by 1311 

Praise the Lord 1415 

Tell the story evervwhere 1488 

Willing workers. . '. 1530 



IV 



INDEX 



Goudy (E.): 

Fruhlingsrauschen 

Magic fire scene 

Gould (N. A.) Vanity 

Gould & CO. Till dawn 

Grainger ( J/rs. J. ) In the morn- 
ing's dawn 

Grannies ( F. B. ) Eventide 

Grauso ( A. ) Schiaranno Tuomo. 
Green (M. F.) New moon 

Greenbaum (A.) Bye-a-bye ma 
honey 

Greenbei>5 (I.) Gay Bohemian 
knighta 

Gruninger (A. N. ) Only trust in 
Jesus 

Gunnsttunardda ( F. ) Sweetheart- 
ing 

Hat^flera 

Hachette & cie. Vieilles amours. 

Han(M. L.) Alonzo 

Halleluja 

Hanlin ( J. ) You will remember. . 

Hans und (t rete 

Harmonie, Berlin, Germany. Ap- 

palachia 

Harpe des anges 

Harris (S. P.): 

My guardian angel 

Nearest & dearest 

Harsh (A. M. ) San Francisco . . . 
Hart (C. F. ) I wonder if your 

heart i.s still the same 

Harvest festival 

Heins (C. ) Rose Fay 

Helf (F. ) Susan kisis me good & 

hard 

Helf <& Hager co. Susan kiss me 

good & hard 

Henderson (W. C.) That little 

game of cards 

Henry (S. li.) After they gather 

the hav 

Herbert *( v.): 

Re<i mill, Opening chorus.... 

Widow ( A) has ways 

You never can tell about a 

woman 

Heugel & cie. : 

Canir fragile 

Parle encore 

Printania 

Hieland lad 

Highland la^ldie 

Hiltibiddle ( H. W. ) Because you 

wouldn't let me see vou home. . 

Hoff ( F. M. ) Hard working man. 

Hoffman (G.) I like you too 

Hoist ((i. von) Minuet d'amour. 

Holy Lord God almighty 

Hoover (F. G. ) Only a bunch of 

roi^es 

HoHchna (K. L. ): 

(iood-bye ral 

Someone 



1458 
1514 
1505 
1337 

13()5 
1221 ' 
1444 ' 
1383 I 

1174 

1251 

1401 i 

1482 

1230 

1376 

1145 

1271 

lo50 I 

1342 

1195 
1142 

1369 
1377 I 
1430 

I 
1300 ' 
1243 
1424 I 

1476 

1476 

1491 

1141 

1418 
1525 

1548 

1161 
1355 
1162 
1545 
1545 

1159 
1272 
1287 
11S5 
1156 

1398 

1261 
1463 



Houston (L. D.) I like to look 

into your eyes of blue 

Howard (G. W.) On the mossy 

banks 

Howard (H.) Yellow label brand 
Howell ( L. ) Take a trip to Ck>ney 

Island 

Hussey (W. L.) Yellow label 

brand 

I have a blue eyed sweetheart 

Ich hab ein si^hneeweiss 

Ich will dich auf hiinden tragen .. 

Igo ( B. T. ) Nation's bride 

Im stillen heim 

Impromptu in A minor 

In a quiet nook 

In my heart thou liest hidden 

In questa tomba oscura 

In twilight 

Indiana 

Ingram (H. B. ) On a moonlight 

summer's night 

Jackson ( H. ) Sweet memories . . 

Jackson (J. W.) Soldier boy 

Jarvis ( M. S. ) San Francisco 

Jefferson ((t. F): 

Free land 

Free land; education, &c 

God'slaw -. 

Love & truth 

I^ve & truth; education dc. 

Peace A progress 

Peace & i:)rogress; education 
&c 

Jerome & Schwartz: 

Float me Charlie 

Sweet Annstama Brady . 
Jesu, Thou sweetness pure 

blest 

Jesus, my Saviour, look on me .. 

Jewell ( P. ) Farmer's boy 

Jones (A. M.) Million march .. 
Josselyn ( A. S. ) I must be leaving 

Jubilate Deo omnis terra 

Karg-Elert (S.) Halleluja 

Kiithchen von Heilbronn 



and 



Kaufman (J.): 

Dear old proverbs 

Tokey Loe 

Kean ( H. A. ) Kate has kissed the 
blarney 

Kendall (A. A. ) Kentuckv Rose. 

Kephart (Mrs. C. B. ) ' White 
Hou^e bride 

Kephart (R. M.) White House 
bride 

Kimbrough (T. M. ) On a moon- 
light summer's night 

King of love 

King of Sherwood 

K lagelied 

Klein (M.): 

Luna pastimes 

Man from Now 

Kline (N. E.) Goby! 



1286 

1394 
1547 

1484 

1547 
1154 
1154 
1154 
1375 
1531 
1263 
1531 
1154 
1160 
1556 
1244 

1393 
1479 
1462 
1431 

124 
1247 
1258 
1344 
1345 
1408 

1409 

1237 
1477 

1323 
1494 
1227 
1360 
1294 
1249 
1271 
1411 

1192 
1503 

1338 
1322 

1524 

1524 

1393 
1216 
1276 
1536 

1347 
la')! 
1257 



INDEX 



Koeppen(P. ) Wiedemann (M.) 

Der 100 psalm 1526 

KohlmaD (C. ) & oo. When the 

lights go out 1519 

Koneeky ( L. ) New chnrch hymn . 1382 
Krey (H. ) music co. I'm waiting 

for your answer Mollie dear. . . . 1293 

Kurtz'( i/rs. PI) Minneapolis fire. 1361 

Kunser entschluss 1531 

Lacy ( A. S. ) Never again 1379 

Lament 1536 

Land of the midnight sun 1366 

Landau ( B. ) Catastrophe 1177 

Lark^The) is up 1532 

Laroussini [Mrs, F. U.) Ave 

Maria 1151 

Larwav (J. H.) My king 1181 

Lass o*^ Gowrie 1545 

Lawlor (C. B. ) Songs that take 

me back to Ireland 1465 

Lax ( F. ) Farewell to Naples 1 226 

Lemburg( N. & N. ) Canyoufoivet. 1175 

Lerman (J. W.) Lord reigneth.. 1340 

Lewis (L. R. ) Norman baron ... 1386 

Lieder der liebe 1 154 

Lincoln (H.) Whispering waves. 1523 

Logie o' Buehan 1545 

Tx)renz (J. ) Hans und Grete 1342 

Lorenz pub. co. : 

Divine pilot 1199 

God's way is best 1 259 

I will walk with Him 1299 

Lord of life & glory 1339 

Lord reigneth 1 340 

Satisfy us with Thy mercy . . . 1441 

Spirit of God 1467 

Take it to the Lord 1485 

There's a wideness in God's 

meri'v 1496 

Thy will bedone 1600 

Today thy Master calls 1502 

Works of the Lord 1543 

Losch (A.) Joker 1312 

Ix«ev (F. H.): 

Jolly sweethearts 1314 

Salute to Williamsport 1 429 

Lotti(A.) Purdicesti 1343 

Luders (<i. ) Scheming 1443 

Luessenhop ( W. ) One night as I 

was dreaming 1397 

Luscombe ( F. ) Peruvian dance. . 1410 
Mc Avov ( J. ) Fare thee well Lillie 

May.' 1225 

McCabe (J. C): 

Four-in-hand 1240 

Rolling home 1420 

McCallion {Mn. M. ) My snow- 
clad Lead ville home 1373 

Machie. Little sweetheart 1336 

Maokie-Beyer: 

Discovered love 1 198 

Eternelle ivresse 1218 

Madam Butterfly 1417 

Magic fire scene 1514 

Mahn (V. ) I was once a little boy 

likeyou 1296 



Mansfeldt tecbnic 1353 

Marche Gasconne 1324 

Marchetti (F. D.) Caresse eni- 

vrante 1189 

Marguerites 1188 

Marquisette 1206 

Marsh ( Mrs. K. ) Grand old Span- 
ish villa by the sea 1266 

Mareh-Smith (M. B.) Lullaby.. 1346 

Martin (J.) Mah little honey ^ue. 1350 
Martin (M. J.): 

Crystal lake waltz 1186 

Dreamland waltz 1203 

Martin ( W. S. ) I will extol Thee. 1297 
Mathews (H. A.) Summer time 

once more 1473 

Mattaress (V.): 

Figliadi lorio 1241 

Giovanni Gallurese 1363 

May day song 1451 

Mazurka 1366 

Melodie 1210 

Melodie pour violon 1488 

Melville music pub. co. Willie 

Graham at Santiago 1529 

Memorial day song 1451 

Metzler ( B. ) : 

Bright as the morning 1172 

Little patriot 1336 

Village belle 1506 

Metzler 6c co.: 

Indiana 1244 

Musical ride 1245 

Metropolitan music co. : 

All alonie 1144 

Annette 1147 

Baby's gone 1153 

Boys of yesterday 1 169 

By the brook 1173 

CheyeBne ^irl 1178 

Dinah's twms 1 197 

Down where the apple blos- 
soms grow 1202 

EilyO'Conner 1215 

Grand old Spanish villa by the 

sea 1266 

Hard working man 1272 

I'm going back to Mexico 1292 

Just now 1317 

Linday <& Rastus 1334 

Minneapolis fire 1361 

Mollie 1362 

My snow-clad Lead ville home 1373 

One night as I was dreaming . 1397 

Only a bunch of roses 1398 

San Francisco, ruined San 

Francisco 1438 

Sinking of the Valencia 1459 

Spice of fruit 1466 

Summer time once more 1473 

Sunshine & showers^ .'. . . 1475 

Sweet Harriette 1478 

Sweetest name 1481 

Sweethearting 1482 

That little gold kev to her 

heart 1 1492 



VI 



INDEX 



Metropolitan music co.— Continued. 

Thelina of the dell 1495 

Tom, tell mother that you love 

me 1504 

Vanitv 1505 

Violet's dream 1509 

Where is mama 1522 

Willie Graham at Santiago . . . 1529 

You'll be mine forever 1549 

Michael { Mrs. C. 8. ) Our fair city 

that has gone 1403 

Miller (W.R.) Youlianna 1551 

Million population club. Million 

march 1360 

Monte Carlo pub. co. : 

Old Calabar 1487 

That's your cactus over there. 1231 

Moore ( W. A. ) Past tryst 1407 

Morrison (G. H.) Just now 1317 

Muller(D. ) Volunteer fireman.. 1511 
Murray (E. R.) Wonderful winder 

song 1540 

Musical ride 1245 

Musikalisches dekameron 1531 

My King 1181 

M V valentine 1451 

Nason ( K. S. ) Ipador waltz 1 308 

Neath the spell thy song has woven 1 154 
Neidig ^C. A. ) As the seasons come 

Ago 1451 

Nero, prelude from 1182 

Nicol (E. N. ) San Francisco, ruined 

San Francisco 1438 

Norton (G. A. ^ Morn 1365 

Norumbega park co. Out to Nor- 

umbega 1405 

Novel lo & CO.: 

Holy Lord God almighty 1156 

Impromptu in A minor 1263 

Je?u Thou sweetness pure & 

bl est 1 323 

Minuet d' amour 1185 

OflSce of tlie Holv Commun- 
ion : 1239; 1528 

Prelude from the music to Ste- 
phen Phillip's drama, Nero. J182 
Variations on an African air. . 1183 
Nowlin (D.) Hello, Miss Lizzie 

Green 1275 

O'Cimnor ( M. A. ) Nation's bride. 1375 

Off toCallao 1256 

Officeof theHolyCommunion. 1239; 1528 
O'Hare (W. C): 

H is honor the mayor 1278 

Man from Now 1351 

Those songs my mother used 

to sing 1498 

Old Calabar 1487 

Omar Khayyiim 1155 

On the water 1536 

Oppenheimer (H.) Fest bei den 

Oster-Hiischen 1440 

Ormond (\^) music co. Nora 

O'Mallev 1385 

Orner (H. W.) We'll sing unto 

the King 1516 






Osborne (N. ) Wont you be my 

birdie binl *. 1541 

Ostdeutschen junglingsbundes. 

Glaubenssieg 1501 

Owst (W. G.) Where the bee 

sucks * 114^ 

Parle encore 1355 

Paulton (E. A.) I'm de coon 

Lothario 1291 

Peltier ( O. ) Heavenly vision 1274 

Pendleton (E. H.) I'll love vou 

always 1288 

Penn (A. A.): 

Learning her lessons * 132& 

She only was in Paris for a 

year 1452 

Pennino(F. ) SchiarannoTuorno. 1444 
Pepper (J. W.): 

Discovered love 1198 

Eternelle ivresse 1218 

Farewell to Naples 1226 

Little sweetheart 1336 

Peter8(W. F.) Mary 1357 

Petite tonkinoise 1449 

Phillips { F. ) In the presence of 

the king 1306 

Pierce(C. R.) Loralie 13H& 

Pimpante 1207 

Pincon { P. ) Filia amorosa 1499 

Plaza Toro 1366 

Pond ( W. A. ) & CO. Old folks at 

home 1388 

Pranke (G. S.) World's destruc- 
tion 1544 

Precieuses (Les) 1513 

Prelude from the music to Stephen 

Phillip's drama, Nero 1182 

Presser (T.): 

Bridal roses 1171 

Daisies 1188 

Jolly little cow^ boys 1313 

RoseFav 1424 

School dag 1447 

Tent life 1489 

With flying colors 1533 

Young trumpeter 1553 

Price (G. E. ) With violets 1535 

Printania 1162 

Princess Rosine 1333 

Proescholdt (F.): 

In joyful mood 1303 

Reverie 1419 

Pugh ( D. A. ) March of the Mac- 
cabees 1354 

Pusch ( C. ) Sang am Rhein 1469 

Queen of May 1451 

Rahter(D.) Habaflera 1230 

Railey (M. K.) San Francisco 

fire 1436 

Recker ( R. ) A f ter th ev gather the 

hay ". 1141 

Rein'hard (A.) Adagio 1470 

Remick (J. H.) & co. : 

1 like you too 1287 

I wonder if your heart is still 

the same. .' 1300 



INDEX 



VII 



Remick ( J. H.) A co. — Continued. 
What's the matter with oar 

team 1517 

Whate the use of anything . . . 1518 

Resolution 1531 

Restless days 1531 

Ricordi (G.) & c: 

£n cheminant 1254 

Figliadi lorio 1241 

Giovanni Gallurese 1363 

Madam Butterfly 1417 

Ries & Erier: 

Melodie pour violon 1483 

Music zu Kleists Katchen, von 

Heilbronn 1411 

Ripley ( J. H. ) Isadore waltz 1308 

Rivers ( G. ) Eily O'Conner 1215 

Roberts (K. A.): 

Jupiter 1315 

Mars 1356 

Robin Adair 1545 

Rode (J. ) Stricken Frisco 1472 

Romano (R. ) You'll be mine for- 
ever 1549 

Rosenkrans (G.) We'll sing unto 

the King 1516 

Rosenzauber 1510 

Rossiter ( W. ) : 

Flora Dora 1238 

Silver leaves 1457 

Ruheplatzchen 1531 

Russ (C. W.): 

I like to look into your eyes of 

blue 1286 

Only a camric flower 1399 

Our grandmother's pies 1404 

Pledge of the pines 1413 

Soldier boy 1462 

Russell (H. A.): 

Birdie's goodbye 1164 

Kate has kissed the blarney. . 1320 

Lullaby 1346 

Russell (K.) I want a little man 

like you , 1295 

Ryan (W. G. ) My queen of the 

golden west 1372 

SaTzer ( (t. ) Lords & ladies 1341 

San Francisco 1431 

Sancho ( J. ) Pasionaria danza . . . 1406 

Sangam Rhein 1469 

Sappington (T. L.) Nora O'Mal- 

ley 1385 

Scale & technic studies for violin. . 1236 

Sch arwen ka ( X . ) Fantasy pieces . 1 448 

Scherzo 1212 

Schirmer (G. ): 

Astarte 1359 

Gethsemane 1460 

Jesus, my Saviour, look on me . 1494 
Schmidt (A. P.): 

Compositionen fiir das piano- 
forte 1209 

Rspagnola 1166 

Harvest festival 1243 

In statelv measure 1143 

In twilight 1556 

3595— PT 3, NO 9—06 3 



Schmidt (A. P.) — (Continued. 

Musikalisches dekamerou 1531 

Schmidt's collection of sacred 

son^ 1446 

Schmidt's collection of sacred 

trios 1446 

Select compositions for piano. 1536 

S^r^nade Andalouse 1442 

Sight reading & memory les- 
sons 1486 

Spring festival 1332 

Tea rose 1364 

3 love songs 1154 

Schott's (B.) sohne Harpe des 

anges 1142 

Schultz (A. von) See Von Schultz 

(A.) 1432 

Schwartz (J.): 

Float me Charlie 1237 

Sweet Anastasia Brady 1477 

Scot's wha hae w' Wallace bled. . . 1545 

Scriven (J. ) Take it to the Lord. 1486 

Select compositions for piano 1536 

Seminary music co. : 

Brass buttons •-. 1170 

Dainty rosebuds 1187 

S^r^nde Analouse 1442 

Shackford (C.) I'm waiting for 

your answer Moll V dear 1293 

Sheard ( C. ) & co. Till I die 1266 

Shields (E. McE. ) Birdie's good- 
bye 1164 

Shutts {Mrs. A. M. ) I'm going 

back to Mexico 1292 

Sight reading & memory lessons. . 1486 

Silver whispers 1150 

Silver, Burdett & co. Norman 

baron 1386 

Simon (C.) Halleluja 1271 

Slawson (J. B. ) Beautiful Lake 

Geneva, Wisconsin 1 158 

Smith (A.) It pays 1309 

Smith (H. W.) Those songs my 

mother used to sing 1498 

Smith ( M. B. Marsh- ) JSee Marsh- 
Smith (M. B) 1346 

Smith ( P. F. ) Last good-bye. . . . 1326 

Smith ( W. P. ) Old Pike's Peak . 1391 

Snow (J. A.) Shower of pearls.- 1456 
Souvenir de Pesth; ungarischer 

tang 1211 

Spaulding (G. L): 

Bridal roses 1171 

School flag 1447 

Ten t li f e 1 489 

Young trumpeter 1553 

Sparrow ( E. ) Gallant heroes 1 250 

Spary (W. (\) I must be leaving. 12tH 

Spring festi val 1 332 

Star of hope 1455 

Steele (L.) Frisco 1248 

Stern (J. W.) &co.: 

After they gather the hay 1 1 41 

Famous college songs 1 224 

Stevens (A.) Out to Noruml)ega. 1405 



VIII 



INDEX 



Stoneman (B, D. ) Battle must be 

won 1157 

Student King 1252 

Sullivan (D. J.) Americana 1146 

Swett ( L. ) My love of long ago. . 1370 
Tapper (T.) Twenty-five studies 

for piano 1163 

Taylor(H.) Never show the palm. 1380 

Tea rose 1 364 

Teller pub. co. ScsAe & technic 

studies for violin 1236 

That' s vou r cactus over there 1 231 

Three bagatelles. 1280 

Tierney (M.) San Francisco dis- 
aster 1434 

Till dawn 1337 

Till I die 1265 

Tilton (B. E. ) Rubber 1426 

Tormev ( M. H. ) Dear Grizzle. . . 1191 

Tours (F. E. ) Dairymaids 1427 

Train ( M. T. ) With violets 1536 

Tranquility 1531 

Tremaine (D. C.) Christ of Gali- 
lee 1180 

Triomphe 1358 

Tuller-Meredith co. I will extol 

Xhee 1297 

Turner ( G. C. ) ' "Sal'ly '.!!!'.!!!!."! 1428 

Tuscan f^te 1366 

Twelve lyric gems of Scotland 1545 

Twenty-five studies for piano 1163 

Two dancers 1269 

Ufford (E. S.) I changed my 

way 1 285 

Unruhige tage 1631 

Valsein Dflat 1176 

Vandersloot music pub. co. : 

Joker 1312 

Jolly sweethearts 1314 

Salute to Williamsport 1429 

Whispering waves 1523 

Variations on an African air 1183 

Vaughan (M.) Destruction of 

Frisco 1196 

Vickers (G. M.) Songs of Old 

Glory 1464 

Vieilles amours 1376 

Vieweg ( C. F. ) Funf gestinge ... 1321 
Vincent (H. B.) Nora O'Malley. 1385 
Vincent music co. Three baga- 
telles 1280 

Violet ( J. W. ) Old oak tree 1389 

Vipond (W. T.) Your mama's 

with the angels 1554 

Voigt (H.) Fest bei den Oster- 

Hiischen 1440 

Vom Ende's (H.) verlag. Sang 

am Rhein 1469 

Von Schultz ( A. ) San Francisco. 1432 
Wademan {Mrs. J. H.) San 

Francisco's cry 1439 

Waite ( M. B. ) Yours truly, waltz . 1555 

Walkiire (Die) 1514 

Wallace (A.) San Francisco hor- 
ror 1437 

Wallace ( E. ) Baby gets the cream . 1162 



Wallace ( R. A. ) Just one more life. 1318 
Wallace ( W. W. ) Onlv a crimson 

flower 1 1400 

Waring (A. L.) I will walk with 

Him 1299 

Webb ( R. ) Youlianna 1551 

Wehrhein (M. L.) Leslies waltz. 1330 
Wentworth (E. E.) Only a cam- 

ric flower - 1399 

Werlein(P.i Ave Maria 1161 

Wettstreit (Der) 1537 

Whaley, Royce & co. ltd. Twelve 

lyric gems of Scotland 1545 

Where the bee sucks 1149 

White-Smith mus. pub. co.: 

Choice Irish songs 1179 

28 selected sones 1253 

Whitehouse (J.) When the maple 

leaves are turning 1520 

Whitney (C. W.) & co., March of 

the M!accabee8 1354 

Why is springtime, ringtime? 12(>4 

Widdicombe (H. T.) San Fran- 
cisco 1433 

Wilcox ( H. H.) Fate of the bank 

wrecker ..... 1228 

Wiley (B. b" ) " Earthquake '/////. 1208 
Williams (E. S.) Kandv kid for 

mine 1319 

Williams (F.D.) Thy will be done. 1500 
Williams (T. D. ) There's a wide- 

ness in God's mercy 1496 

Williams ( W. R. ) Flora Dora. . . 1238 

Williamson ( C. ) Osceola 1402 

Wilson (I. B.): 

Lord of life & glory 1339 

Satisfy us with Thy mercy 1441 

Within a mile of Edinburgh town. 1545 
Witmark (M.) & sons: 

Americana 1 146 

Bye-a-bve ma honey 1174 

Dear old proverbs 1192 

Four-in-hand 1240 

Gay Bohemian Knights 1 251 

Good-bye pal 1261 

Hello, Miss Lizzie Green 1275 

His honor the mayor 1278 

I can't help thinking of you. . 1284 

If vou could unders&nd 1302 

I' 11 love you always 1288 

I'm de coon Lothario 1291 

Just a picture of Kentucky. . . 1316 

Lords & ladies 1341 

Learning her lessons 1326 

Let's all make hay while the 

sun shines 1331 

Luna pastimes 1347 

Man from now 1351 

Mary 1357 

Mom 1365 

Mv amber lady 1368 

My pals 1371 

No bird can sing in a darkened 

room 1384 

On a desert island 1392 

On the shady side 1395 



INDEX 



IX 



Witmark (M. & sons) — Continued. 

One little girl 1396 

Red mill, opening chorus 1418 

Rolling home 1420 

Romeo & Juliet 1422 

Roeey red cheek 1425 

Scheming 1443 

She only was in Paris for a 

year -• 1452 

Slavery days 1461 

Someone 1463 

Songs that take me back to 

Ireland 1465 

Spread the news, busy bees . . 1468 

Tete a tete at eight 1490 

That's my idea of a hero 1493 

Things are surely breaking 

greatforme 1497 

Those songs my mother used 

to sing 1498 



Witmark (M. & sons) — CJontinued. 

Tokey Loe 1503 

Widow (A) has ways 1525 

Won't you be my birdie 

bird 1541 

You never can tell 1548 

Wormell (I.) I love you more & 

more 1290 

Wyman(W.) I must be leaving. 1294 

Yaus (L. F. ) Spice of fruit 1466 

Ye banks & oraes 1545 

Yeoman (R. R.) Sunshine & 

showers 1475 

Young ( M. ) Pledge of the pines. 1413 

Zita ( R. A. ) Slavery days 1461 

Zook & cie: 

Arlette-gavotte 1222 

DeuxMarthe 1223 

28 selected songs 1253 

100 psalm 1526 



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PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

51ST CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 9 

August 30, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabeticallv by authors (composers) or titles. The titles beginning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the estne. 
Information contained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two bands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading "Words by," ** Music 
by ' * are to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains the names of the copyright proprie- 
tors of all the titles registered in this number; it includes also title references to all 
compositions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references 
to all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; full sc, full score; voc. 
sc, vocal score; pf. sc, pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace, accom- 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title. If printed in full, would read, " Copyright by Jos. W. Stem <& co., New York, N. Y. Class C, 
XXc. no. 126286, July 27, 1906; 2 copies received July 27, 1906." 



/ 
After they gather the hay; by S. R. Henry, 
arr. by Robert Recker. 1141 

4^. band pts. 

Jos. W. Stem & co.. New York, N. Y. 
€ 126286, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Aletter (A.) 

Harpe des anges; morceau de salon 
pour piano. 1142 

f>. 6p. 

B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 
C 125696, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Aletter (W.) 

In stately measure. 1148 

f°, 6 p.. pf. duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
128153, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

All alonie; words by Charlotte Vermilye 
Cruser, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1144 

C. V. Cruser, Rochester, N. Y. C 
124404, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Alonxo; song by Marion Lyon Hall. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1145 

f, 7p. 

M. L. Hall, United States. C 126352, 
July 27, iy06; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Amerieana; words and music by Dan J. 
Sullivan. 1 146 

f°.5p. 

Marcus Witraark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 117172, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 



Axmette; words by P. \V. Fass, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1147 

f°, 5p. 

P. W. Fass, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 124400, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Amdt (W.) 

Abechied: gedicht von Hoffmann von 
Fallersleben. Drei miinnerchore, op. 52. 

1148 

BP, 8 p., 8C. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
126217, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Ame (Thomas) 

Where the bee sucks; part song for 
mixed voices, words by William Shake- 
speare, arr. by W. G. Owst. 1149 

4°, 5 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126505, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Atwood (Harvey) 

Silver whisi)ers; song, no. 1 in C. 1150 

f°. 7 p. 

Allan & CO., proprietary, ltd.. Mel- 
bourne, Australia. C 126128, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Ave Karia: (O Lord most holy), by Mrs. 
Fleury Urbain Laroussini. ' 1151 

f° 5 p., Hong. 

Philip Werlein, ltd., New Orleans, La. 
C 126334, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 
1906. 

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Baby gets the cream; words and music by 
Ellerslie Wallace. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1162 
f°, 6t). 

E. Wallace, Easton, Pa. C 124379, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Baby's gone; words by J. W. Davis, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1168 
f**, 3 p. 

J. W. Davis, Ionia, S. C. C 124375, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Baldamus (Gnstav) 

3 love songs; (Lieder der liebe) with 
pianoforte ace, op. 80. 1, 'Neath the 
spell thy song has woven; (Du hastmeine 
ganze seele) 2. In my heart thou liest 
hidden; (Ich will dich auf hiinden tragen) 
3. I have a blue-eyed sweetheart; (Ich 
hab* ein schneeweiss liebchen) 1164 

f®, 3, 6, 5 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126155-126157, July 25, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 25, 1906. 

Bantock (Granville) 

Omar Khay vilm ; The Ruba' iyataccord- 

ing to Edwara Fitzgerald set to music for 

3 solo voices, chorus and orchestra, in 3 

parts. Vocal score part 1. 1166 

8°, 246 p. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126208, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 
1906. 

Bateson (Thomas) 

Holy Lord God almighty: anthem for 
trinity tide or general use, edited by James 
F. Fitzgerald. (Novello's oct. anthems 
no. 842.) 1166 

8°, 11 p. 

Novello &CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125786, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Battle (The) must be won; by Bert D. Stone- 
man. Chicago, Success music co. 

1167 

f°, 6p., Bong. 

B. D. Stoneman, United States. C 
126367, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Beantifol lake Geneva, Wisconsin; song by 
J. B. Slawson. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1168 

f°, 5 p. 

J. B. Slawson, United States. C 1 26348, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Becanse yon wouldn't let me see yon home; 
by H. W. Hiltibiddle. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1169 

t°, 5 p., song. 

H. W. Hiltibiddle, United States. C 
126390, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Beethoven. 

In questa tomba oscura; (In this dark 
tomb) edited by Alberto Randegger. 
(The classical vocalist, no. 2.) 1160 

f°.4p. 

Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 126451, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Berger (Sodolphe) 

Coiur fragile; valse lente, piano seul. 

1161 

C 126456, July 30, 1906. 



Printania; piano seul. 



1162: 



f°. 5p. 

C 126458, July 30, 1906. 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 
2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Bertinl (Henri) 

Twenty-five studies for the piano; op. 
32, a sequel to op. 29 edited by Thomas 
Tapper. (Ditson edition, no. 88) 1168 

4° 43 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. A 
152344, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Birdie's (The) goodbye; words by P^liza- 
beth McE. Shields, music bv Harrv 
Alton Russell. New York, Mef- 
ville music pub. co. 1164 

f°.3p. 

E. McE. Shields, Memphis, Tenn. C 
124382, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Blnette; [by] Ch. Armand, violin & 
piano. 1165 

f°, 6 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126312, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Bohm (Carl) 

Espagnola (Spanish dance) op. 366, 
no. 4, pianoforte 2/ms. 1166 

fo,7p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. O 
126139, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25,1906. 

Bolero; Ch. Armand, violin & piano. 

1167 

f°, 9 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126313, July 27, 1906; 2 c, July 26, 1906. 

Boys (The) in bine: words by Marie J. 

Weeks, music by Frank W. Bresee. 

Excelsior, Minn., Minnetonka music 

house. 1166 

fo unp, • 

F. W. Bresee, Excelsior, Minn. C 
126440, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



MUSICAL 0OMP0SITION8 



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Boys (The) of yesterday; words by Jacob ' Cheyeniid (A) girl; words by Thenia 



D. Edinger, music by Metropolitan 
mosic CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1169 

fo,Sp. 

J. D. Edinger, New Buffalo, Mich. C 
124402, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Brats bnttons; march two step; by Harry 
Appel. 1170 

i°. 5 p., pf. 

Seminary music co. New York, N. Y. 
C 126327, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 



Christ 



Bridal roses; a flower song, Geo. L. 
Spaulding. 1171 

f°, 5 p., pf. 
Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. ' leaf. 



Cotter, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1178 

f^'. 6 p. 

T. Cotter, Hobart, Okla. C 124516, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Choice Irish songs with aecomp. for piano- 
forte or organ; vol. 2. 1179 

4°, 128 p. 

White-Smith mus. pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126247, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
26, 1906. 



ist of Galilee; [words by] J. H. Gi 
rison, [music by] D. C. Tremaine. 



Gar- 

le. 

1180 



126559, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bright as the morning; Bertha Metzler, 

rev. ed. (L. F. CTjaded ed. standard 

compositions by Sivorite composers. ) 

2nd grade, 23. 1172 

F. 3 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126564, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

By the brook that rnns so clear; words bv 
J. B. Bradford, music by Metropoli- 
tan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1173 

f», 3p. 

J. B. Bradford, Cameron, Wis. C 
124390, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bye-a-bye ma honey close yo* eyes; words 
by Samuel Lewis, music by Albert 
Greenbaum. 1174 

f^, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 120777, May 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Can yon forget: by Nettie and Nellie 1. em- 
bun;. Chicago, Success music co. 

1175 
f°, 6 p., song. 

N. & N. Lemburg, United States. C 
126357, July 27, 1906. 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Carse (A von Ahn) 

Valse in D flat; for the pianoforte. 

1176 

fo. 5 p. 

Augener, ltd., London, England. C 
128094, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Catastrophe ( The ) . song, by B. Lan dau . 
Chicago, Success music co. 1 177 

f®, 5 p. 

B, Landau, United States. C 126377, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



D. C. Tremaine. C 124^43, July 5, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Chrystie (G. Kennedy) 

My King; song, words by Fred. G. 
Bowles, no. 3 in F. 1181 

f^ 4 p. 

J. H. Larway, London, England. C 
126249, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Coleridge-Taylor (S.) 

Prelude from the music to Stephen 
Phillip's drama Nero; arr. for violin and 
pianoforte by the composer. 1188 

4°, 15, 6 p., BC. and v. pt. 

C 125788, Julv 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 
1906. 

Variations on an African air; op. 63, 
piano arr. 1188 

4° 26 p. 

C 126455, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 30. 
1906. 
Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 

Coontown (A) jnbilee; march and two- 
step by Willie J. Burt. 1 184 

F, 5 p., pf. 

W. J. J. Burt. C 125110, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. Julv 19, 1906, 

Gowen ( Frederic H. ) 

Minuet d' amour; from a suite of old 
English dances, arranged for violin and 
piano by Gustav von Hoist. 1185 

4°, ptB. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126204, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Crystal lake waits; for piano by M. J. 
Martin. ( Music teachers cabinet no. 
32.) 1186 

f°. ft p. 

M. J. Martin, Chicago, 111. C 126228, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



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Dainty rosebuds; caprice by Harry Appel. 

1187 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

Seminary mus. co. C 125690, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Daisies (The); (Les mar^eritee) Ma- 
zurka brillante, Fontaine. 1188 
f°, 6 p., pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126658, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31. 1906. 

Daxiiele (A.) 

Caresse enivrante; valse Boston, paroles 
de Pierre d'Amor, pour piano. 1189 

f«. 6 p. 

F. D. Marchetti, Paris, France. C 
126460, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Darewski (Max) 

A world of roses; words by E. Tesche- 
macher. 1190 

f°, 5 p. 

Ascherberg, Hop wood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 126108, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Dear Crissie; waltz song and refrain, words 
and music bv M. 11. Tormey. New 
York, The 6erg^ music co. 1191 

F, 5 p. 

M. H. Tormey, New York, N. Y. C 
126546, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Dear old proverbs; words bv Henry M, 
Jones, music by Jacob itaufman. 

1192 

f°, 4 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 98536, Julv 7, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Death comes at dawn; song by I. E. Bab- 
cock. Chicago, Success music co. 

1198 
fS 5 p. 

I. E. Babcock, United States. C 126360, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by Sarah Benson. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1194 

f°. 5 p. 

S. Benson, United States. C 126375, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Delias (Frederick) 

Appalachia; variationen iiber ein altes 
sklavenlied mit schlus^chor fiir grosses 
orchester. 1196 

F, 100 p., RC. 

Harmonic, Berlin, Germany. C 126215, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1*906. 

Destruction of 'Frisco, our beantifnl city; 
song by Mary Vaughan. Chicago, 
Succet*s music CO. 1196 

f°. 6 p. 

M. Vaughan, United States. C 126382, 
Julv 27, 1906; 2 c. Julv 27, 1906. 



Dinah's twins; w^ords by Berta Curfman, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1197 

f°, 3 p. 

B. Curfman, Fate, Tex. C 124403^ 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Discovered love; waltzes, Geo. Marsh, arr. 
by Mackie-Beyer. (J. W. Pepper's 
twentieth century journal. ) 1 198 
4°, orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126578, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Divine pilot; [words] by Henry Alford^ 
[music] by E. S. Lorenz. 1199 

leaf. 

Lorenz publishing companv, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126191, July 25, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
25, 1906. 

Do not tonck the wine enp; [song] by Anna 
Gardner Goodwin. 1200 

leaf. 

A. G. Gooiiwin, United States. C 
126168, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Down in the valley; by L. L. Douthat. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1301 

f°, 6 p, flong. 

L. L. Douthat, Streator, 111. C 125720, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16,1906. 

Down where the apple blossoms grow; words 
by Henry John CoUett, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1203 

H. J. Collett, Rochester, N. Y. C 
124509, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Dreamland waits; for piano by M. J. Mar- 
tin. ( Music teachers cabinet no. 39. ) 

1808 

f°. 5p. 

M. J. Martin, Chicago, 111. C 126229, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Duval (Alexandre) 
Floramye; valse lente. 1204 

f°. 7p.,pf. 
C 126339, July 28, 1906. 

The golliwogg*8 dance. 1206 

f°, 4 p., pf. 
C 126338, July 28, 1906. 

Marquisette; menuet pour piano. 1206 

f°,4p. 

C 126340, July 28, 1906. 

Pimpante; polka pour piano. 1207 

f°, s p. 

C 126337, July 28, 1906. 

Knoch & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each July 28, 1906. 



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129 



Bartfaquake (The); song by Beulah B, 
'Wiley. Chicago, Success music co. 

1208 

fo,5p. 

B. B. Wiley, United States. C 126362, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Sggeling (Oeorg) 

Compositionen fur das pianoforte; op. 
Ill, Barcarolle. 1209 

C 126145, July 25, 1906. 

op. 112, Melodie. 1210 

C 126146, July 25, 1906. 

op. 113, Souvenir de Pesth, un- 

garischer tanz. 1211 



r>, 5p. 
C 126147, July 25, 1906. 

op. 114, Scherzo. 1212 

C 126148, July 25, 1906. 

op. 120, La Capricieuse; Valse. 

1218 

F.9p. 

C 126149, July 25, 1906. 

op. 123, Albumblatt; (Album leaf. ) 

1214 
f, 5p. 

C 126150, July 25, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each July 25, 1906. 

Eily 0*Conaer; words by Glen Rivers, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1216 
fo, 6p. 

G. Rivers, Chicago, III. C 124409, June 
26. 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

EklesB (Emily) 

The king of love my Shepherd is; sacred 
song. Loudon, The Vincent music 
CO., ltd. 1216 

«°, 10 p. 

£. Ekless, England. C 125914, July 
21, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Blvarie; by Nita Bowman. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1217 

f. 6 p., song. 

N. Bowman, United States. C 126388, 
July 27, 1906j 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

:ttdmdlle ivresse; valse des fiancailles, 

Louis Ganne, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 

(J. W^. Pepper's twentieth century 

joumaL) 1218 

4®, orch. pt«. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
128582, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Bvangeli harpe; et udvalg af salmer og 
aandelige s a n g e . Evangelisten 
publ. society's forlag, Chicago, 111. 

1219 

8°, 560 p. 

Carl B. Bjuge, Chicago, III. A 151598, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. 

Evening breeze; Langey, arr. by Fred. W. 
Clement. 1220 

4^, military band pts. 

Cundy music co., Boston, Mass. C 
126305, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906, 

Eventide; song for medium voice words 
and music by Frederick Burrage 
Grannies. New Haven, The Treat 
& Shepard co. 1221 

fo,6p. 

F. B. Granniss, Bridgeport, Conn. C 
126121, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Eweri (Bichard) 
Arlette-gavotte; piano seul. 1222 

f°, 7 p. 
C 126517, July 30, 1906. 

Les deux Marthe; valse piano a 4 mains. 

1228 
^, 11 p. 
C 126462, July 30, 1906. 

Zook & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. each 
Julv 30, 1906. 

Famoni ooUege songs of all ooUegei; com- 
prising a collection of the most pop- 
ular melodies of the campus, past 
and present. 1224 

8°, 92 p. 

Jos. W. Stem & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126285, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Fare thee well, Lillie Kay; words by John 
McAvoy, music by Bob Alden. 1226 
f°.5p. 

J. McAvoy, New York, N. Y. C 
126570, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Farewell to Naples; clarinet solo with 
piano ace., Fred. Lax, op. 518. 1226 

f", » p. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126579, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Farmer's (The) boy; from country life, a 

Eastoral song cvcle, words and music 
y Pliny Jewell and Laura Sedgwick 
Collins; [transposed key for medium 
voice.] 1227 

r>, 5p. 

L. S. Collins, New York, N. Y. C 
125453, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Fate (The) of the bank wrecker; words by 

Harold Hayes Wilcox, music by 

Chas. Wadsworth Russ New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1228 

F, 5 p. 

H. H. Wilcox, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
124373, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



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Felix (Paul) ed. 

Claasics for the young; eimplified tran- 
ecriptions of the favorite compositions of 
the great masters, piano solo. 1229 

40, 94 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
151836, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Ferraris (Pierre) 

Habafiera-Salonmusik fur orchester 
op. 32. 1880 

8°. pt8. 

D, Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
126694, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Field (H. K. Hamilton) 

That's your cactus over there; 1231 
f°, 4 p., song. 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. • C 126322, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Field (J. T.) 

Benedictus; set to music in chant form 
in key of F. London, Novello & co., 
ltd. 1282 

4« 5 p. 

J. T. Field, London, England. C 
126105, July 20, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. 

Filippucci (Sdm.) 

Adoration; no. 2 pour violon, violon- 
celle et piano. 1288 

C 126345, July 28, 1906. 

Canzonetta. 1284 

r, 6 p.. pf. 

C 126344, July 28, 1906. 

La dragonne; mazurka pour piano. 

1286 

f°.6p. 

B 126343, July 28, 1906. 

Enoch & cie, Paris, France. 2 copies 
of each July 28, 1906. 

Fisckel (Max I. ) 

Scale and technic studies for violin; 
op. 9, 2nd edition. 1286 

fo, 23 p. 

Teller pub. co. , Chicago, 111. A 150058, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. 

Float me, Charlie ; words by \Vm. Jerome, 
music by Jean Schwartz. 1287 

Jerome & Schwartz, New York, N. Y. 
C 126497, July 30, 1^06; 2 c. Julv 30, 
1906. 

Flora Dora; words and music bv W. R. 
Williaiiis. ' 1288 

fo, unp. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago, 111. C 126569, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Foster (MylesB.) 

Office (The) of the Holy Communion; 
a simple setting in the key of F. (No- 
vello's parish choir book no. 714. ) 1889 

8°, 28 p. 

Novello <fe CO., ltd., London, Engiand. 
C 125787, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Four-in-liaiid (The); march, Geo. Bra- 
ham, arr. by J. C. McCabe. 1240 

4*^, band pts. 

M. Witmark & eons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126521, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Franchetti (Alberto) 

Figlia (La) di lorio; tragedia pastorale 
di Gabriele d'Annunzio. Quattro ridu- 
zioni per violino o flauto e pianoforte 
di Vincenzo Mattaress. no. 1, atto 1: 
Came mia viva, ti tocca la fronte. no. 2. 
atto 1 : PietA, non io, non io cercai la via. 

1241 

f°,pt8. 

C 125699-125700, July 18, 1906. 

Figlia (La)di lorio; tragedia pastorale 
di Gabriel le d'Annunzio. Quattro ridu- 
zione per violino o flauto e pianoforte di 
Vincenzo Mattaress. no. 3, atto 1: 
Merce di Dio Fatemi perdonanzo. no. 4, 
atto 2: Rinverdisca per noi di vita eterna. 

1242 

f°. pta. 

C 125701-125702, July 18, 1906. 

G. Ricardo & c, Milano, Italy. 2 
copies of each July 18, 1906. 

Franke (Max) 

Harvest festival; op. 56, no. 5. 1248 

f°, 5 p., pf. duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Mass. C 
126152, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Fredericks (Julian) 

Indiana; march of the elephants. 1244 
f°, 7 p, pf. 

C 126199, July 25, 1906. 

A musical ride. 1245 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

C 126198, July 25, 1906. 

Metzler & co., ltd., London, England. 
2 c. of each July 25, 1906. 

Free land ; Geo, F. Jefferson. 1246 

4°, oreh. pts. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
126468, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Free land, ednoation, ftc; words and mu- 
sic by Geo. F. Jefferson. 1247 
f^, 11 p. 
G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 

126264, Julv 21, 1906; 2 c. Julv 21, 1906. 



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131 



Triseo ; sodr b}^ Laurie Steele. Chicaizo, 
Snrceas mosic co. 1248 

f*. 3p. 

L. Steele, United States. C 126373, 
July 27. 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Oabrieli (Giovanni) 

Jubilate Deo omnia terra; fur 8 stim- 
migen gemischten chor, bearb. von Carl 
Hirsch. ( Allktassiscbe VVeihnachtschore 
no. 5.) 1249 

f°, 19 p. se. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125598, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Gallant heroes; march. Composed by E. 
Sparrow. Boston, Evans music co. 

1260 

F 5 p. pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126310, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Gay (The) Bohemian knights; words by 
Ernest Leeh and Chas. Warren, mu- 
sic by Isadore Greenberp. 1251 

f°.7p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 105094, Oct. 18, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Gay (The) lieutenant; song from The Stu- 
dent King, words by Frederic Ran- 
ken and Stanislaus Stange, music by 
Reginald DeKoven. New York, 
Jos. Stern & co. 1262 

f°, unp. 

R. De Koven, New York, N. Y. C 
123639, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. 

GUbert (J. L.) 

28 selec^ted songs; voice and piano ace. 

1268 

4°. 96 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126246, July 26, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
26, 1906. 

Gillet (Ernest) 

En cheminant; pour orchestra avec 
piano conducteur. Parties detach^es, 
111147. 1264 

8°, pi«. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
125494, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Glad hosannas; collection of old and new 
songs for christian work and wor- 
ship, edited by Emmett S. Dean, Jas. 
W. Acuff, Wm. D. Evridge. The 
trio music CO., Waco, Texas. 1266 

80. 160 nosi. 

E. 8. Dean & S. W. Henslev, Waco, 
Tex. A 140800, Mar. 15, 1906; '2 c. Julv 
9, 1906. 



I 



Oleeson (Horaoe) 

Off to Callao; words by John Meighan, 
no. 2 in C. 1266 

f®. 6p. 

Allan <fc CO., proprietarv, ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. C 126127, Julv 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Go by! by Nora E. Kline Chicago, 
Success music co. 1267 

fo, 5 p., Bong. 

N. E. Kline, United States. C 126363, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

God's law; Geo. F. Jefferson. 1268 

4°, orrh. pta. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126470, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

God's way is best; [w^ords] by Annie E. 
Bumham, [music] by E. L. Ashford. 

1269 

8 leaves. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
126190, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Goldby's practical studies for the mandolin; 

compiled and arr. by E. D. Goldby. 

Studv 1 1260 

StuJv 2 

Study 3 

Study 4 

4°, 3. 3, 3, 3 p. 

Eli David Golby, Paterson, N. J. C 
126395-126398, July 25, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 25, 1906. 

Good-bye pal; words bv Otto Hauerbach, 
music by Karl L. lloschna. 1261 
r. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark <fe sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 118769, Apr. 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Good-bye sweetheart, Josie, Tm going to 
leave you; by B. F. Brown, jr. 
Chicago, Success music co, 1262 

JP. 6 p., song. 

B. F. Brown, jr., United States, C 
126364, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Goodhart (A. M.) 

Impromptu in A minor. Original com- 
positions for the on^an, no. 359. 1268 

obi. «o, 3p. 

Novel lo & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 125789, Julv 19, 1906; 2 c. Julv 19, 
1906. 

Gordon (Sheridan 

Why ifc Springtime, ringtime? words by 

E. C. Matthew t». (Hopwood & Crew's 

sixpennv editions of copyright songs, no. 

30. ) ' 1264 

P. 4 p. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 126158, Julv 25 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 



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Qordon (Stanley) 

Till I die; song no. 2 in F, words by 
Clifton Bingham, music by Stanley Gor- 
don. ' 1S65 

F,8p. 

Charles Sheard <&co., London, England. 
C 125698, Julv 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 
1906. 

Orand (The) old SpaniBh villa by the tea; 
words by Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1266 

«°,7p. 

Mn. E. Marsh, Pacific, Mo. C 124397, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Great Jehovah, mighty Ood; sacred song 
by Henry Baillet jr. 1267 

8°, imp. 

H. Baillet, jr., New York, N. Y. C 
125770, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Gritty George; two step, by Ona L. Cline 
<' Demp9ey> Cleveland, Schubert 
CO. 1268 

f°, 6 p. pf. 

O. L. Cline, Monticello, III. C 126260, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Oruenwald (B.) 

Two (The) dancers; caprice op. 376 
Concert edition for orchestra no. 350. 

1269 

A^, part8. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126248, July 26,1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Gunderson (C. T.) 

Family songs with tunes; containing 
22 new songs. 1270 

4°, unp. 

Carl T. Gunderson, Brainerd, Minn. 
C 120427, Apr. 28, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

H&ndel (G. F.) 

Halleluja; aus dera oratorium, fiir 

frosse orgel iibertragen von Sigfrid Karg- 
:iert. 1271 

F, 9 p. 

Carl Simon, Berlin, Germany. C 
126125, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Hard (The) working man; words by F. M. 
Hoff, music bv Metropolitan music 
CO. New York Melville music 
pub. CO. 1272 

F,6p. 

F. M. Hoff. New York, N.T. C 124401, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Heart (The) I've crnihed forever; by Mat- 
tie Clark. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1278 

f°, 3 p., Hong. 

M. (Hark, United States. C 126365, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Heavenly (A) vieion; by Olive Peltier. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1274 

fo, 5 p., song 

0. Peltier, United States. C 126366, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Hello, Misi Lisiie Green; words and music 
bv Dave Nowlin. 1276 

f>, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 121680, May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Hewitt (Thos. J.) 

The King of Sherwood; a comic oper- 
etta in two acts, written by Fred. Ed- 
monds. 1276 

8°, 89 p. 

J. Curwen <fe sons, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 125350, July 12, 1906; 2 c, July 
25, 1906. 

Hirich (Carl). 

Altbohmisches weihnachtslied; fur 4 
stimmigen gemischten chor, bearb. ( Alt- 
klassische weihnachtschOre no. 3. ) 1277 

8°, 5 p. 8C. 

Rob. Forbei^, Leipzig, Germany. C 
125597, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Hii honor the Mayor; selection, Julian 
Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons, arr. 
for military band by W. C. 0*Hare. 

1278 

4°, pt«». 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 126526, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Holbrooke (Joseph). 

Bells (The); dramatic poem by Edgar 
A. Poe, composed for chorus and grand 
orchestra op. 50a. Vocal score. 127& 

4° 82 p. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126207, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Three bagatelles, no. 1: Scherzino; 
no. 2: Petite romance; no. 3: Gnomes; 
by Josef Holbrooke, op. 10 no. 9 [for] 
piano. 1280 

4°. 10 p. 

Vincent music co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 1256H2, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Human hearts; wait/ bv C. Elizabeth 
Francis. " 1281 

f°. 5 p., pf. 

C. E. Franci-s, Brush, Colo. C 126332, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Hymn of the Nile; melody by Laura H. 
Beswick, accomp. by Chas. Elander, 
words from Ben Hur. Whalev, 
Royce & co. lUl., Toronto. 1282 

f°, 5p.. song. 

L. H. Be.swick. C 126201, Julv 26, 
1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



ICCSIOAL COMPOSITIONS 



13a 



I am wasting away for yoa; by C. F. Ellis- 
ton. Chicago, Success music eo. 

1888 
F, 6 p., song. 

C. F. Elliston, United States. C 126361, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

I oan*t help thinking of yon; words bv 
M. J. Stonehill, music by E. R. Bail. 

1284 

Marcus Witraark & sons, Xew York, 
N. Y. C 112825, Jan. 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

I changed my way; [words by] E. S. U., 
[music by] E. S. Ufford. 1286 

leaf. 

E. S. Ufford, Springfield, Mass. C 
126466, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

I like to look into yonr eyei of bine; w^ords 

by Lena Dupree, music by Chas. 

Wadsworth Russ. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1286 

f°, 3p. 

L. Dupree, Houston, Tex. C 124512, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

I like yon too; lyrics by Harry Williams, 
music by Gertrude Hoffman. 1287 
r', 6p. 

Jerome H. Remick & co. C 125588, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

m loTe yon always; words and music by 
E. H. Pendleton. 1288 

f«,6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 116494, Mar. 16, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

I loet my train again; written and com- 
posed by Harry Castling. 1289 
f*', nnp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 126464, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

I loye yon more and more; by Ida Wormell. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1290 

f^, 5 p., iiong. 

I. Wormell, United States. C 126392, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

rm de'eoon Lothario; coon song, words 
and music by Edward A. Paulton. 

1291 

Marcos Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 122430, May 31, 1906; 2 c. July 
23, 1906. 

Fm going baek to Mexico, words by Mrs. 
A. M. Shutts, music bv Metropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1292 

^fn. A. M. Shutts, Sidney, N. Y. C 
118844, Apr. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 



Fm waiting for yonr answer HoUie dear; 
words and music by Chas. Shackford. 

1298 

f °. 5 p. 

Henry Kroy music CO., Boston, Mass. 
C 126197, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

I mnit be leaving; waltz, A. S. Josselyn, 
arr. by W. C. Spar>'. 1294 

4° orch. pts. 

Walter Wyman, Providence, R. I. C 
126519, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

I want a little man like yon; written by 
Harry Franckiss, composed by 
Kennedy Russell. 1295 

f°, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126452, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. 

I was once a little boy like yon, words and 
music by Victor Mahn. Phila- 

delphia, The orpheus music co. 

1296 

f°, 5p. 

V. Mahn, Philadelphia, Pa. C 97777, 
June 19, 1905; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

I will extol Thee; by W. Stillman Martin. 

1297 

4 leaves, song. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125903, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

I will follow Jems; by Anna Gardner 
Goodwin. 1298 

leaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126170, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

I wUl walk with Him; [words by] A. L. 
Waring, [music by] Chas. H. Gabriel. 

1299 

2i leaves. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126500, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

I wonder if yonr heart is still the same; 
words by Ethel Tillson, music by 
Chas. F. Hart. 1800 

f>,5p. 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New York, 
N. Y. C 125343, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
27, 1906. 

Ideal (The) chord instrnctor. 1801 

8«, 1 card, 20 in. 

Arthur Bailey, Waverly, Kans. A 
152118, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

If yon conld nnderstand; words by Bartlev 
C Costello, music by James \V. 
Ca«ey. ' 1802 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark '& sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 118016, Apr. 2, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 



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la joyful mood; C. F. Proeschoidt for the 
pianoforte. 1808 

f°, 3p. 

Frederick Proeschoidt, New York, 
N. Y. C 126226, Julv 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
26, 1906. 

In the moonlight, Oraoie dear; words and 
music by Ray L. Butler. New York, 
Melville Music pub. co. 1804 

f>,6p. 

R. L. Butler, Santa Monica, Cal. C 
124507, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

In the morning! dawn; song by Mrs. John 
Grainger. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1805 

f>, 5p. 

^fr8, J. Grainger, United States. C 
126376, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

In the presenoe of the King; words and 
music by Frank Phillips. Chicago, 
Imperial music pub. co. 1806 

«°.4p. 

F. Phillips, Denver, Colo. C 122024, 
May 23, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Ii there anything that I oonld do for yon; 
words and music by W. Brightmore. 

1807 

f*. 5p. 

Wm. Brightmore. C 125769, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Iiador walti; £. S. Nason, revised and 
fingere<i by J. H. Ripley, piano solo 
or duet. Boston, Evans music co. 

1808 

t°. 5p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126306, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

It pays; melody by Asa Smith, accorapt. 
by M. Garland. 1809 

fo. nil p.. Hoiig. 

A. Smith, Sanatarium, Cal. C 125771, 
July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Java mladi pochod; march arr. by Jos. 
Fischer, concertina. 1810 

4°. leaf. 

J. Fisclier, Chicago, 111. C 126495, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Jems, don't pass me by; by Anna Gardner 
Goodwin. 1811 

leaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126167, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Joker (The); march two step; by Abe Losch 
for piano solo. ' 1312 

f°, 5 p. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126257, Julv 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. 



Jolly (The) little eow boyi; action song, by 
Frank L. Bristow. 1818 

f*>. 7 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
126555, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jolly sweethearts; intermezzo two-step, 
F. H. Loeey, op. 206. 1814 

4°, orch. pts. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126330, Julv 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 28, 1906. 

Jnpiter; polka, Kathleen A. Roberts, (L. 
F. graded ed. standard compositions 
bv favorite cx)mposers). 2nd grade, 
37. 1816 

t°, 5 p., pf. 

Leo Feist, New York, X. Y. C 126563, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jnst a picture of Kentnoky ; words by Bart- 
ley C. Costello, music by James W. 
Casey. 1816 

f°. 5p. 

M. Witmark & sons. C 118772, Apr, 
12, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Jnst now; words by (teo. H. Morrison, 
music by Metropolitan music co. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1817 
f°,3p. 

G. H. Morrison, Trov, N. Y. C 124391, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Jnst one more life; by Ralph A. Wallace. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1818 

fo, 6 p. song. 

R. A. Wallace, United States. C 126353, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kandy (The) kid for mine; words and 
music by 11. F. Blaney. 1819 

F, 6p. 

Krnest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
126480, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Kate has kissed the blarney; words by 
Helen Ashland Kean, music bv Harrv 
Alton Russell. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1820 
f°, 3p. 

H. A. Kean, East Hartford, Conn. C 
124508, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Kann (Hngo.) 

Fimf gesiinge; fur alt o. mezzo-sop. 
bariton o. bass und pianoforte, op. 69, 
no. 1: An die nacht; No. 2: Erlost; No. 
3: Der HerzenpHchliissel; No. 4: Minner- 
egel; No. 5: Liehesfri'ihling. 1821 

f°. 3, 3. 5. 7. 5 p. 

Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, g. m. b. h. 
Beriin, (Jermanv. C 126210-126214, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. each July 26, 1906. 



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185 



Ke&tneky Rose; words by Mrs. £. VV. 
Bour, music by Albert A. Kendall. 

1822 

f°, 5p. 

Bour & Kendall, San Die^o, Cal. C 
115061, Feb. 26, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

King (Henry John) 

Je8ii, Thou sweetness pure and blest; 
anthem for soprano solo and chorus, 
English words from the Latin of S. Ber- 
nard by J. M. Neale. (Novello's octavo 
anthems no. 844. ) 1328 

8° 8 p. • 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 125786, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 

19, 1906. 

Lacombe (Panl) 

Marche Gasconne; pour piano. 1824 

f°. 7 p. 

Entx^h & Cie. , Paris, France. C 1 26342, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Last (The) good-bye; by Piercte F. Smith. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1826 

f°, 5 p., song. 

F. Smith, United States. C 126370, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Learning her lessons; words by F. Clifford 
Harris, music by Arthur A. Penn. 

1826 

f°. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. y. C 98220, June 30, 1905; 2 c. July 

20, 1906. 

Learey's alleyway; Chas. 11. Coles. 1827 
f°, o p., song. 

C. H. Coles, Middletown, Conn. C 
112174, Jan. 15, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Legende; Ch. Armand, violin & piano. 

1828 

f°. 6p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126314, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Lennard {Lady Barrett) 

Daisy's (The) w^ooing; song, the words 
by T. B. Hennell. London, Novello 
and CO., ltd. 1829 

£o, 8 p. 

Lady Barrett Lennard, Brighton, En- 
gland. C 125784, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Leslies waits; composed by Mayme L. 
Wehrheim. Chicago, imperial 

music pub. co. 1880 

f°, 3 p.. pi. 

M. L. Wehrheim, Evansville, 111. C 
123148, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



Let's all make hay while the san shines; 
words by Edw. P. Moran, music by 
Seymour Furth. 1831 

f>. 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New^ York, 
N. Y. C 92493, Apr. 10, 190-'^; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Lichner (Heinrich) 

Spring festival; op. 320, no. 1. 1882 
f°. 7 p., pf., duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126154, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Lineke (Paul) 

Rosine walzer; aus der operette, Prin- 
ze5?s Rosine. (Infanterie- und Kavallerie 
musik) Blechmusik 1838 
harmoniemusik 

4°, pts. 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
126447, 126448, July 30, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 30, 1906. 

Linday and Bastns; words by P^mma G. 

Foster, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 1884 

f°, 5p. 

E. G. Foster, Monson, Mass. C 124392, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Little (The) patriot; march, Bertha Metz- 
ler, (L. F. graded ed. standard com- 
positions by favorite composers), 2nd 
grade, 33. 1886 

f°, unp. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126566, 
July 31, .1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Little sweetheart; song and dance schot- 
tische, Mackie-Beyer. 1886 

4°, band pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126580, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Loewe (Oilbert) 

Till dawn ; song with violin ace. ad lib. , 
words by Alfred H. Hyatt, no. 2 in F 
original key. 1887 

fo 6 p. voc. sc. and v. pt. 

Gould & CO., London, England. C 
125( 08, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Loralie; by Cora Rogers Pierce. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1888 

f° 6 p., song. 

C. R. Pierce, United States. C 126394, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Lord of life and glory; [words] by James 
J. Cummins; [music] by Ira B. Wil- 
son. 1889 
leaf. 

Lorenz publishing com pan v, Davton, 
Ohio. C 126194, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c' July 
25, 1906. 



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lord (The) reigneth; [anthem, music] by 
J. \V. Lerman. 1S40 

5 leaves. 

Lorenz publiehiiig company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126192, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Lord! and ladiei; novelette composed and 
arr. by Gustave Salzer for orch. 

1841 

4°, pte. 

Marcus Witmark & eons. New York, 
N. Y. 126523, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Lorens (Jaliat) 

Hans und Grete; 9 ed. von Robert 
Schmidt. Kaiserpreischor [fur miinner- 
chor]. New York, Luckhardt & Belder. 

8°, 5 p. 

J. Lorenz. C 124436, June 19, 1906; 2 
c. June 19, 1906. 1842 

Lost in the bay; song by Lizzie Dowd. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1848 

f°. 5 p. 

L. Dowd, United States. C 126378, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July, 27, 1906. 

Love and truth; Geo. F. Jefferson. 1844 
4°, orch. pts. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126467, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

XoYe and trnth, education etc.; words and 
music by Geo. F. Jefferson. 1846 

f°, 11 p. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
126265, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Lullaby; words by Mary B. Marsh -Smith, 
music by Harry Alton Russell. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1846 

fo, 3p. 

M. B. Marsh-Smith, Gunnison, Ck>lo. 
C 123771, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 
1906. 

Lnna pai timet march ft two itep; by 
Manuel Klein. 1847 

f^. 6 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 119596, Apr. 23, 1906; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Maggie Croney; Edward J. Archer. Chi- 
cago, Imperial music pub. co. 1848 

fo 6 p. 

E. J. Archer, Plain well, Mich. C 
118603, Apr. 9, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Magnificat and nnno dimittis in G; chant 
form with varied harmonies, by J. T. 
Field. London, The Vincent mu- 
sic CO., ltd. 1849 
4°, o p. 

J. T. Field, London, England. C 
126107, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Mah little honey Sne; words by Roberta 
Con ley, music by John Martin. 
Chicago, Imperial music pub. co. 

1850 

f°.4p. 

R. Conley, Guthrie, Ky. C 122025, 
May 23, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Man (The) from Kow; selection; Manuel 
Klein, arr. for orch. by W. C. 0*Hare. 

1851 

4° pt8. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. ^ C 126527, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 19(}6. 

Manawa; song and chorus by Ed. Coglev. 

1862 

f°, 6p. 

E. F. Cogley, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
C 125186, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Manifeldt (Hngo) 

Mansfeldt technic; a system of the 
most necessary daily exercises to produce 
a perfect piano technic in the shortest 
possible time, in three books, book one, 
part one. New York, Leo Feist. 1858 

f>. 41 p. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. A 151957, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

March of the Maccabees; by D. A. Pugh. 

1864 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

C. W. Whitney co. , Hammond, Ind. C 
94726, May 12, 1905; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Marchal Francii) 

Parle encore! valse lente, piano seul. 

1865 

F.7p. 

Heugel & cie. , Paris, France. C 126457, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Mare; schottische, Kathleen A. Roberta. 
(L, F, graded edition standard com- 
positions by favorite composers) 2nd 
grade. 35. 1856 

f°. 4 p., pf. 

I Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126565, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Mary; words hvJas. F. MacDonald, music 
I by VVm. Frederick Peters. 1857 

f^. 4 p. 
I Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
. N. Y. C 118350, Apr. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 

18, 1906. 

' Masi (Joseph) 

TrioHiphe! marche pour piano. 1858 

f° unp. 

I J. Mai*i, Paris, France. C 126461, July 
I 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



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Mildenberg (Albert) 

Astarte; intermezzo for pianoforte ar- 
rangement for violin and piano. 1369 

4°, 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. G 
126316, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Million (The) march; by A. M. Jones. 
St. Louis, Balmer & Weber music 
house CO. 1860 

fo. 5 p., pf. 

Million population club, St. Louis, Mo. 
C 126120. July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Minneapolis (The) fire; words by Mrs. 
Elizabeth Kurtz, music by Metropoli- 
tan music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub co. 1361 

f°,6p. 

^fr8. E. Kurtz, Toledo, Ohio. C 124396, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Mollie; words by W. F. Glevenger, mu- 
sic by Metropolitan musicco. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1362 
f^, 6 p. 

W. F. Clevenger, Lacona, Iowa. C 
124387, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Montemeszi (T.) 

Giovanni Gallurese; duetto finale 1 

Ne Tocchiotuo, nerissimo"; riduzione 

per piccola orchestra di Vincenzo Mat- 

taress, pianoforte ad lib. (Intermezzi 

musicale n. 325. ) 1863 

4°, pts. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
125492, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Morley (C.) 

Tea rose; march, op. 99, no. 1. 1864 
f9, 5 p., pf. duet. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126151, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Morn; words and music by George A. 
Norton. 1866 

^,5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 118348, Apr. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

Mullen (F.) 

Foreign pictures; suite of 6 character- 
istic pieces, for the pianoforte: 1. Land 
of the midnight sun; Norway. 2. A 
Tuscan f^te; Italy. 3. Caf6 chantant, 
France. 4. Plaza Toro; Spain. 5. Czar- 
das; Hungary. 6. Mazurlta; Poland. 

1366 

4^ paged continuously. 

Augener, ltd., London, P'.ngland. C 
126088-126093, July 24, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 24, 1906. 



Mnst I leave my sweetheart forever; by 
Wilson E. Brown, jr. Chicago, Suc- 
cess 'music co. 1867 
f°, 5 p., song. 

W. E. Brown, jr., United States. C 
126355, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27. 1906. 

My amber lady; words and music bv £. L. 
Catlin. * 1368 

f°. 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 121679, May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. 

My guardian angel; reverie by Sydney P. 
Harris. 1869 

P, 6 p., pf. 

S. P. Harris, Pueblo, Colo. C 126005, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

My love of long ago; by Leoline Swett. 
Chicago, Success mu&ic co. 1370 

f9, 5 p., song. 

L. Swett, United States. C 1 26358, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

My pale are my pipe and my stein; words 
by Heelan & Moran, music by Sey- 
mour Furth. 1371 
r>, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110253, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

My queen of the golden West; by W. G. 
Ryan. Chicago, Success music co. 

1872 

P, 5 p., 8ong. 

W. G. Rvan, Canada. C 126335, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

My snow-dad Leadville home; words by 
Mrs. Mary McCallion, music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1878 

f°, 6p. 

Mrs. M. McCallion, Leadville, Colo. 
C 124408, June 26, 1906; 2c. July 31, 1906. 

My sweetheart; song by Mrs. M. E. 
Chapin. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1874 

f°. op. 

Mrs. M. E. Chapin, United States. C 
126354, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Nation's (The) hride; words and music by 
Mary A. O'Connor. 1875 

f°, 5p. 

Beatrice T. Igo. C 125773, July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Nazare-Aga (Y. K.) 
Vielles amours; valse pour piano. 1376 

f°, 4 p. 

Hachette & cie., Paris, France. C 
126459, July 30, 1900; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 



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Kesrest and dearest; waltzes; compoeed 
by Sydney P. Harris. 1S77 

P, 7 p., pf. 

S. p. Harris, Pueblo, Colo. C 126004, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

'Keath tlie shadow of the Colorado hills; by 
John F. Goodman. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1878 

fo, 5 p., song. 

J. F. Goodman, United States. C 
126381, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kever again; by A. S. I^cy. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1879 

fo, 5 p., song. 

A. 8. Lacy, United States. C 126346, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Kever show the palm of yonr hand; writ- 
ten and composed by H. Taylor. 

1880 

19, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126453, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 

Hew (The) ohord instmctor. 1881 

1 Aheet, 14} in., 1 card 20i in. 

Arthur Bailey, Waverly, Kans. A 
152117, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 190(>. 

Hew ohnroh hymn; for piano or organ by 
Leonard Konesky. 1882 

f°, 5 p. 

L. Konesky, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126259, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Hew (The) moon; words by M. Green, 
music by M. F. Green. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1888 

F, 5p. 

M. F. Green, Mount Vernon, III. C 
124407, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Ko bird can sing in a darkened room; words 
and music by Chas. D. Bingham. 

1384 

f>, 5 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 121824, May 21, 1906; 2 c. July 
18, 1906. ' 

Hora G'Halley; song; words by T. L. 
Sappington, music by Henry B. Vin- 
cent. 1885 

f°, 5 p. 

Vincent-Ormond music co., Erie, Pa. 
C 126320, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 
1906. 

Norman (The) baron; words by Long- 
fellow, music by Thomas Anderton, 
chorus parts (mixeti voices) air. by 
I^o R. Lewis. (Beacon series no. 
308. ) 1886 

8°, 15 p. 

Silver, Burdett & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 125684, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 
1906. 



Old black Joe; transcription, Fred'k I>u- 
pont, melody by Stephen Foster. 

1887 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

Robin Ellis, New York, N. Y. C 
126503, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Old folks at home; words and music by 

Stephen C. Foster, newly arr. anjl 

German words by Wm. Dressier, 

middle voice. 1888 

f°, 5p. 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 125772, July 18, 1906; 2 c. Julv 18, 
1906. 

Old Qlory; patriotic song and chorus, 
words by Fred Emerson Brooks, 
music by Laura Sedgwick Collins. 

1889 

L. S. Collins, New York, N. Y. C 
126433, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Old (The) oak tree; by Mrs. J. W. Violette. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1890 

f^, 5 p., Bongs. 

J. VV. Violette, United States. C 
126347, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Old Pike's Peak; words and music by 
W. P. Smith. Denver, The Wel- 
don pub. CO. 1891 

f°. 5 p. 

Walter P. Smith, Denver. Colo. 
124087, June 25, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

On a desert island with the only one yon 
love; Ivric by Paul West, music by 
John W. Bratton. 1892 

r>, 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 99936, Aug. 2, 1905; 2 c. July 18, 
1906. 

On a moonlight summer's night, down at 

dear old Coney isle; words by Henry 

B. Ingram, music by T. Megibben 

Kimbrough. 1898 

f°. s p. 

H. B. Ingram, New York, N. Y. C 
124594, June 30, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

On the mossy banks of old White river; by 
George W. Howard. 1894 

F, 6 p., song. 

G. W. Howard, Jackson, Mo. C 126417, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

On the shady side; Clifton Crawford, vocal 
orch. 811. 1896 

4°, pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126.522, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 



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139 



One little girl; words by Ohas. Noel Dout;- 
las, music by Ernst R. Ball. 1896 

Marcus Witniark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 10:^660, Sept. 29, 1905; 2 c. July 
17, 1906. 

One niffht ai I waa dreaming; words by 
William Luessenhop, music by Met- 
ropolitan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1897 

r, »p. 

W. Luessenhop, West Chicajro, 111. C 
124398, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a bnneh of rosea; words by Francis 

Grace Hoover, music by Metropolitan 

munic co., New York. Melville 

music pub. co. 1898 

f«,5p, 

F. G. Hoover, Mansfield, Ohio. C 
124376, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a camrie flower; words by Elene E. 
Went worth, music by Chas. Wads- 
worth Rush. New York, Melville 
music i)ub. co. 1899 

f°, 5 p. 

E. E. Wentworth, Denver, Colo. C 
1244C6, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Only a erimion flower; song by Walter W. 
Wallace. 1400 

I°,6p. 

W-. W. Wallace, Boston, Mass. C 
125762, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 

Onlytmst in Jeina; by Amy NaomaGru- 
ninger. Chicago, Success music co. 

1401 

f°, 6 p., Bong. 

A. N. (iruninger, El Paso, Tex. C 
126431, July 30, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. 

Oteeola; march two step. Carlotta Wil- 
liamson, piano solo. Boston, The 
Colonial music pub. co. 1402 

f°,7p. 

(i. M. Blandford, Boston, Mass. C 
126438, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Our fair eity that has gone; song by Mrs. 
C. S. Michael. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1408 

.Vr«. C. S. Michael, United States. C 
126:i80, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Our jrrandmother'a pies; words by Julia 
Orr Baldoser, music by Chas. Wads- 
worth Russ. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1404 

J. 0. Baldoser, Kingston, Ohio. C 
124395, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

359^— PT 3, NO 9—06 2 



Ont to Kornmbega; waltz song, by Al. 
Stevens. 1406 

F, 5p. 

Norum bega park co. , A uburndale, Ma^s. 
C 125918, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Pasionaria dansa: (Passion flower) Jose 

Sancho (L. F. graded ed. standard 

compositions by la vorite composers), 

gradt* three, 58. 1406 

f**. 5p., pf. 

I^. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126562, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Past (A) trjrst; by Dr. W. A. Moore. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1407 

f°, 5 p.. song. 

W. A. Moore. C 126368, Julv 27, 1906; 
j 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Peace and progress; Geo. F. Jefferson. 

1408* 

4°, orch. pts. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklyn, N. Y. G 
126469, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Peaee and progress, edncatlon, etc.; words 
and music by Geo. F. Jefferson. 

140» 
f . 11 p. 

G. F. Jefferson, Brooklvn, N. Y. C 
126299, July 27, 1906; 2 c.'JuIy 27, 1906. 

Pemvian dance; by Fred Luscomb. 1410 
9P, band pte. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126311, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Pfitsner (Hans) 

Musik zu Kleist's "Katchen von Heil- 
bronn'*; fiir orchester op. 17 d. Melo- 
dram, zwischenakts — musik und marsch. 

1411 

F, 46 p. 8c. 

Ries & Erler, Berlin, Germany. C 
125695, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906- 

Pictnres on the wall; by R. A. Dale. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1412 

R. A. Dale, United States. C 126356, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Pledge (The) of the pines; words bv Ma- 
thilde Young, music by Chas. Wads- 
worth Russ. New York, Melville 
muMc pub. CO. 1418 

f°.5p. 

M. Young, Augusta, Ga. C 124394, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Power of tme love; by James McDonald 
Ater. Chicago, Success music co. 

1414 

f°, 6 p., song. 

J. McD. Ater, United States. C 126385, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



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Praiie the Lord; [by] Anna Gardner Good- 
win. 1415 
]eaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126166, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Princess; Indian novelette march & two 
step, Charles C. Bischoff. 1416 

fo 6 p., pf. 

C. C. Bischoff, Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
126.121, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Paocini (0.) 

Madam Butterfly; chorus parta, so- 
pranos and contraltos. 1417 

4°. 17 p. 

tenors 

40 7 p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
126496 & 126496, July 16, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 16, 1906. 

Bed mill. Opening ohorns, act 1; lyric by 
Henry M. Blossom, music by Victor 
Herbert. 1418 

f°, 14 p. 

Marcus Witmark & Sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 126164, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 
24, 1906. 

Beverie; C. F. Proescholdt for the piano- 
forte. 1419 
F, 5p. 

Frederick Proescholdt, New York, N.Y. 
C 126226, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Boiling kome; convivial march, Geo. Bra- 
ham, arr. for band by J. C. McCabe. 

1420 

40, pt8. » 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 126620, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bomance; Ch. Armaud, violin & piano. 

1421 

fo, 8p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126316, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Borneo and Jnliet; Ivric bv Robert B. 
Smith, music by Gus Edwards. 

1422 

fo. 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 101797, Aug. 31, 1905; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Bose (The) city by the sea; by Adnama 
Nvlf Elkrocm. 1428 

f°, 5. p., song. 

A. F. Flcjrel, Portland, Orep. CI 18666, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Bose Fay; (Rosenfee) mazurka caprice, 
Carl Heins, op. 185. 1424 

f° 5 p., pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126652, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Bosey red cheek; words by Bartley C. Cos- 
tello, music by Ernest R. Ball. 

1426 

f^. 5p. 

Marcus Whit mark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110264, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
14, 1906. 

Bnbber; by B. E. Tilton. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1426 
f°, 5 p., song. 

Benj. E. Tilton, United States. C 
126391, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Bnbens (Panl A.) and Tonrs (Frank E.) 

Dairymaids (The) selection; arr. for 
full military band by Dan Godfrey. 
Chappells army journal no. 316. 1427 

f°. pta. 

full orchestra. 

40. pta. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126205 & 126206, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of 
each July 26, 1906, 

Sally; wowls and music by Geo. Chitten- 
(len Turner. New York, Train 
pub. CO. 1428 

f°. 6 p. 

M. Theo* Train & G. C. Turner, New- 
York, N. Y. C 118062, Apr. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21. 1906. 

Salute to Williamsport; C. E. Duble, arr. 
by F. H. Losey. 1429 

4°, orch. pts. 

Vandersloot mus. pub. co., W^illiams- 
port. Pa. C 126331, July 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 28, 1906. 

San Francisco; song, by Amelia Metcalfe 
H arsh . Chicago, Success music co. 

1430 
f°. ft p. 

A. M. Harsh, United States. C 126386, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by M. S. Jar vis. Chicago, 

Success mupic co. 1481 

f°,4p. 

M. 3. Jarvis, United States. C 126389, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by A. Von Schultz. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1482 

F, 5p. 

A. Von Schultz, United States. C 
126372, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

song by H. T. WMddicombe. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1488 

f°,5p. 

H. T. Widdicombe, United States. C 
126379, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



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141 



ten TnmelMO (The) disaiter; song by Ma- 
bel Tierney, Chicago, Succe^ mu- 
sic CO. 1434 

M. Tierney, United States. C 126374, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Ban Franeiioo earthquake; descriptive bal- 
lad, words by Mary F. Merrill, mu- 
sic by Ernest Camp. Stockton, 
Cal., Ernest Camp. 1436 

I°.6p. 

Camp & Merrill, Stockton, Cal. C 
126432, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

San Francieoo Are; song bv Margaret K. 
Kailey. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1486 

f°, 8p. 

M. K. Railey, United States. C 126361, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27. 1906. 

San FranoUco (The) horror; song, by 
Adell)ert Wallace. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1487 

P. 5 p. 

A. Wallace, United States. C 126359, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

San Franciteo, mined San Francisco; wordn 

bv Elizabeth N. Nicol, music by 

Metropolitan music co. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1488 

P. 5 p. 

E. N. Nicol, Jersey Citv, N. J. C 
124399, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Son Francieco'8 cry; song by Mrs. J. H. 
Wademan. Chicago,' Success mu- 
sic CO. 1489 

f.Sp. 

}frs. J. H. Wademan, United States. 
C 126384. July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Sartorio (Amoldo) ' 

Fest (Das) bei den Oster-Hiischen; 
marchenspiel mit gesang und tanz von 
Henny Voigt, piano op. 688. 1440 

f°, pl». 1-5 complet. 

H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, German v. 
C 126216, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Sttiify ni with Thy mercy; [by] Ira B. 
Wilson. 1441 

leaf. song. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
126602, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Stttelmair (Engen) 

S^r^nade Andalouse; morceau carat^- 
rirtique pour piano, op. 95. 1442 

f».7p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Ma.««. C 
126138, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 



Scheming; from "TheShogun,'* lyric by 
George Ade, music by Gustav Lu- 
ders. 1448 

f°.7p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 96679, June 12, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Schiaranno Tnorno; canzone popolare per 
mandolino e chitarra di Frank Pen- 
nino. 1444 

4<>, pts. 

Antonio Grauso, New York, N. Y. C 
126202, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Schmidt's collection of sacred songs for 
medinm voice; 18 selected songs. (Ed. 
Schmidt, no. 113) 1446 

40, 83 p. 
C 126403, July 28, 1906. 

trios and quartettes for women's 

voices. (Ed. Schmidt no. 117 a.) 
vol. 1 1446 

49. 99 p. 

C 126404, July 28, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 
2 c. of each July 30, 1906. 

School (The) flag; patriotic march, Geo. 
L. Spaulding. 1447 

f°, 5p.. pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126559, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Schumann (Bohert) 

Fantasy pieces; (Phantasie stucke) op. 
12, edited by Xaver Scharwenka, with 
introduction by Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney. (Diti>on edition, no. 81.) 1448 

40, 34 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. A 
152.343, July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. 

Scotto (V.) 

Petite tonkinoise; paroles de Villard et 
Christine, arr. par Christine. 1449 

f°, unp. 

Christine, Paris, France. C 126464, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Scotto (V.) et Christina 

Petite tonkinoise; schottisch pour 
piano, sur les motifs de la chanson po- 
pulaire cr(f'<^e par Polin. 1460 

f*'. unp. 

Christine, Paris, France. C 126465 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Seeboeck (W. C. E.) 

As the sea.'^ons come and go; cantata, 
words by Clara Adele Neidig, 1, January; 
2, February; 3, Mv valentine; 4, March; 5, 
April; 6, May; 7,^Iay day song; 8, Queen 
of May; 9, Memorialday song (soprano); 
10, Memorial day song (contralto); 11, 



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Seeboeok (W. C. B.) — Continued. 

June; 12, August; 13, September; 14, 
November; 15, The frost king. 1461 

t°, 5, 5, 5, 3, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5. 5, 5, 5, 8, 5 p. 

C. A. Neidig, Des Moines, Iowa. C 
126230-126244, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 30, 1906. 

Bhe only was in Paris for a year; words by 
Jas. T. Powers, music by Arthur A. 
Penn. 1462 

f>, 5p. 

Marcus Witroark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 97686, June 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Ske't my fairy qneen; by Carl U. Albright. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1468 

F, 5 p., song. 

C. G. Albright, United States. C 
126393, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

She's only a moving picture; words and 
music by C. E. Dittmann. Chi- 
cago, Imperial music pub. co. 1464 
f°, 4 p. 

C. E. Dittmann, Hermine, Pa. C 
12a'S46, May 4, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Bhowalter (J. Henry) & others. 

Star of hope; for Sunday school and 
evangelistic work. Blountsville, Ala., 
The Star pub. co. 1466 

1*20, lU., 143 p. 

J. H. Showalter, H. F. Morris, F. N. 
Brown, R. K. Morris, J. F. Thompson, 
J. T. Bynum, U. Roberts, B. F. Sims, 
United States of America. A 146686, 
May 24, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Shower of pearls; dance characteristic, 
J. Albert Snow, arr. by Alfred Field- 
house, violin and piano. Boston, 
Evans music co. 1466 

fo, 5p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126309, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Silver leaves; intermezzo by Hampton 
Durand. 1467 

f°, unp. 

Will R«)8siter, Chicago, 111. C 126568, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Binding (Christian) 

Friihlingsrauschen; ( Voices of Spring) 
op. 32, no. 3 edited and lingered by 
Rugene Goudy. Boston, Evans music 
CO. 1468 

P, 9 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126308, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Sinking (The) of the Yaleneia; words by 
Arlia A. Froman, music by Metro- 
politan music CO. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1469 
f°t6p. 

A. A. Froman, Dillon, Mont. C 124383, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Slater (Kary Turner) 

Gethsemane; offertory solo with organ 
ace. words by J. B. S. Monsell, high 
voice in F. 1460 

t°, 5 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126318, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Slavery days; characteristic march, by R. 
Anthony Zita. 1461 

f**, 6 p., pf. 

M. Witmark A sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 124228, June 25, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Soldier (A) boy; words bv James W. Jack- 
son, music byChas. U'adsworth Russ. 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1462 
f°. 8p. 

J. W. Jackson, Slaty Fork, W. Va. C 
124506, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Someone; words bv Bartley C. Costello, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. 1468 

f°,6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 109436, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Songs of Old Qlory and the land we love. 

1464 

24°, unp. 

Geo. M. Vickers, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
142687, Apr. 7, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. 

Songs that take me back to Ireland; words 
and music by Chas. B. Law lor. 1466 

f**, 5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York» 
N. Y. C 99185, July 19, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Spice (The) of frnit; words by L. F. Yaus, 
music by Metropolitan music cow 
New York, Melville music pub. co. 

1466 
f°,6p. 

L. F. Yaus, Bigelow, Mo. C 124510, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Spirit of Ood; [words by] Geo. Croly, 
[music by] E. S. Lorenz. 1467 

leaf. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126499, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906. 



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Spread the newi, baty bees; by Ulysses J. 
Alsdorf. 1468 

F, 5 p. pf. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 109444, Dec. 14, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Bteinhaner (Carl) 

Sang (Ein) am Rhein; [ged v.] Carl 
Pufich. Compositionen fur mannerchor 
op. 82. 1469 

8°. 8c. and ptR. 

H. vom Ende*8 verlajj, Trier, Germany. 
C 125693, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Straoss (Siehard) 

Ada^o; aus der klaviersonate in H 
moll op. 5, fiir violine, harmonium und 
piano, ubertragen von August Reinhard. 
V. no. 3070. 1470 

4° sc. and pta. 

Jos. AibI verlag, Munchen, Germany. 
C 125697, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Stricken (The) elty; song by B. D. Austin. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1471 

t°.6p. 

B. D. Austin, United States. C 126383, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Strioken Frisco; words by Mrs. W. P. 
Fenlaf»on, music by J. Rode. Chi- 
cago, Success music oo. 1472 
f°, 6p. 

Mr$. W. P. Fenla»on, United States. 
C 126371, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Summer time once more; words bv H. A. 
Mathews, music by Metropolitan mu- 
sic co. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1478 

f**.8p. 

H. A. Mathews, Chambersburg, Pa. 
C 124.388, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Sunny Colorado; reverie oompose<i and 
arr. by C. Elizabeth Francis. 1474 

f^.7p..pf. 

C. E. Francis, Brush, Colo. C 126333, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Snnsbine and sbowers; words by R. R. 
Yeoman, music by Metrot)olitan mu- 
sic CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1476 

rsp. 

R. R. Yeoman, St. Joseph, Mo. C 
124377, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Snian, kiss me good and hard; words by 
Robert F. Roden, music bv J. Fred 
Helf. 1476 

1 «H^" * Wa^^er co. , New York, N. Y. C 
126530, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Sweet Anastasia Brady; words by Wm. 
Jerome, music bv Jean Schwartz. 

1477 

fo, op. 

Jerome & Schwartz, New York, N. Y. 
C 126496, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Sweet Harriette: words by A. A, Fitzke, 
music bv Metropolitan music co. 

1478 

Miss A. A. Fitzke, Westchester, N. Y. 

C 123782, June 19, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

Sweet memories; words and music by H. 
Jackson. New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 1479 

f«, 5 p. 

H. Jackson, New York, N. Y. C 124513, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Sweet Kyrabelle; words by Wm. H. Gard- 
ner, music by G. M. Blandford. 
Boston, The Colonial music pub. co. 

1480 

f °, 5 p. 

G. M. Bland fonl. Boston, Mass. C 
126439, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Sweetest (The) name: words by Mrs. F. H. 

Calmes. mu-^ic by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music 

pub. CO. 1481 

f°. 3p. 

^fr^^. F. H. Calmes, Atlanta, (xa. C 
124389, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Sweethearting; words by Forceneius 
Gunnsttunardda, music by Metro- 
p)olitan music co. New York, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 14S8 
f*>. 5p. 

Forceneius Gunnsttunardda, New Ha- 
ven, Conn. C 124393, June 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Julv 31, 1906. 

Ssnlc (Joseph) 

Melodie; (Lied) pour violon avec ace. 
de piano. 14S8 

P. 7 p. 

Ries <fe Erler, Berlin, German v. C 
126446, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30," 1906. 

Take a trip to Coney Island; words and 
music by I^nisa Howell. New 

York, Eastern music pub. co. 1484 
f®. 5 p. 

I^uisa Howell, New Brunswick, N. J. 
C 124006, June 21, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. 

Take it to the Lord: f words by] Jos. 
Scriven, [music bv] E. S. Lorenz. 

1486 

2 leaves. 

Lorenz publishing: com pan v, Davton, 
Ohio. C 126498, July 30, 1906; 2 c.* July 
30, 1906. 



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Tapper (Thomas) 

Si^ht reading and memory lessons for 
the pianoforte, Dook 1 ; ( Ed. Schmidt no. 
108 a. b. ) 1486 

49, 56 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
125575, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Tate (Jas. W.) 

Old Calabar; written by John P. Har- 
rington. 1487 

F, 3p. 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 126323, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Tell the story everywhere; [by] Anna 
Gardner Goodwin. 1488 

leaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126169, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Tent life ; march , G eo. L. Spauld ing. 1489 
f®, 6p.. pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126549, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Tete ( A) a tete, at eight; words and music 
by Barney Fagan. 1490 

f°,6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 110260, Dec. 22, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

That little rame of cards; words and music 
by Wm. C. Henderson. Willis 
\Voodward & co.. New York, N. Y. 

1491 
f°,5p. 

Wm. C. Henderson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
C 126319, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

That little gold key to her heart; words by 

Mrs. Rebecca Buck minster, music 

bv Metropolitan music co. New 

York, Melville music pub. co. 1492 

19, b p. 

^h'^^. R, Buck minster, Corning, Mo. C 
124378, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

That's my idea of a hero; words by Vin- 
cent Brvan, music by Gus. Edwards. 

1493 
f°.6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 95013, May 17, 1905; 2 c. July 
20, 1906. 

Thayer (William Armour) 

Jesus, my Saviour, look on me; sacred 
song for a high voice with piano ace. 
words by Charlotte Elliott. 1494 

f°.5p. * 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126317, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 



Thelma of the dell; words by Wellinisrton 
Brezee, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1496 

W. Brezee, Albany, N. Y. C 124615, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

There's a wideneu in Ood't meroy; [words] 
by Frederick W. Faber, [music] by 
T. D. Williams. 1496 

8 leaves. 

Lorenz publishing; company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126195, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Thing! are inrely breaking great for me; 
words by Ed. P. Moran, music by 
Seymour Furth. 1497 

f°. 6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons. New York, 
N. Y. C 92716, Apr. 13, 1905; 2 c. July 
14, 1906. 

Those songs my mother need to sing; H. 

Wakefield Smith, arr. for military 

band by W. C. O'Hare. Song for 

trombone. 1498 

4° pt8. 

Song for cornet. 

4°. pts. 

M. Witmark <& sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126524 > 126525, Julv 30, 1906; 2 c each 
July 30, 1906. 

ThniUier (Ed) 

Filia amorosa; valse r^veuse pour piano* 

1499 

f^ 7 p. 

Paul Pinion, Paris, France. C 126463, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Thy will be done: song for sop. or ten. by 
F. D. Williams. 1500 

f°.5p. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126196, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 

Tiebach (Frans) 

Glaubenssieg; oratorium zur funfzig- 
jahrfeier des Oetdeutschen Junglings- 
bundes, text von Johannes Jordan. 
Klavi(?rau8zug. 1501 

f°, fiO p. 

Ostdeutsoher Junglingsbund, Berlin, 
Germany. C 126209, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 26,'l906. 

To day thy Master calls ; [words] by Os- 
wald Allen, [music] by J. S. Fearis. 

1502 
4 lenvefl. 

Ivorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126193, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 
25, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



145 



TokBj Loe ; an oriental serenade; words 
by H . M. Jones, music by Jacob Kauf- 
man. 1603 
t°,b p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 107447, Nov. 16, 1905; 2 c. July 

14, idm. 

Tom, tell mother that you Ioto me; words 

by Wilbur E. Castelow, music by 

Metropolitan music CO. New York, 

Melville music pub. co. 1604 

P. 5 p. 

W. E. Castelow, Meridian, Conn. C 
124514, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Vanity; words by N. A. Gould, music by 
Metropolitan music co. New York, 
Melville music pub. co. 1606 

P. 6 p. 

N. A. Gould, West Walworth, N. Y. 
C 124380, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31 , 1906. 

Tillage belle; schottische. Bertha Metz- 

ler, rev. ed. (L. F. graded edition 

standard compositions by favorite 

composers. ) 2nd grade, 24. ^ 1606 

F, 4 p., pf. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126567, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Yincent (Charlei) 

Fifty Shakspere songs, for low voice. 
(The musicians library.) 1607 

4P, 157 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126222, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Yirginia (The) oreeper march and step; by 
Alfred T. Goodsell. 1608 

f°,5p.. pf. 

A. T. Goodsell, Bridgeport, Conn. C 
126171, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Tiolet^s (The) dream; words by Mina Stan- 
ley Elliot, music by Metropolitan 
music CO. New York, Melville 
music pub. co. 1609 

M. S. Elliot. Woodbum, 111. C 124505, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 190(5. 

Volletedt (Boh.) 

Rosenzauber; walzer, op. 341 das or- 
che^ter, no. 3. 1610 

40. ptB. 

G. A. Gassmann, Zurich, Switzerland. 
C 126449, July :iO, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

▼olanteer (The) firemen; vocal march and 
two step, words by Louis Rufner, 
music by D. Miiller. 1611 

f«.4p. 

D. Muller, New York, N. Y. C 126189, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 



Wachs (Paal) 

Femme r^v^; valse presque lente pour 
piano. 1612 

f°.7p. 

C 126341, July 28, 1906. 

Les pr^cieuses; marche coquette pour 
piauo. 1618 

F, 7p. 

C 1263:36, July 28, 1906. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. each 
July 28, 1906. 

Wagpier (B.) 

Magic fire scene; TFeuerzauber) from 
"Die Walkiire" freely transcribed by L. 
Brassin, revised and fingered by Eugene 
Goudy for piano. Boston, Evans mu- 
sic co. 1614 

f°,9p. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126307, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

War tongt and memorial ton^s; with the 
choruses arr. for mixed voices. 1616 

go, 124 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 126504, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

We'll ting unto the King; a beautiful sacri>d 
song, words and music by H. W. 
Orner, arr. by Geo. Rosen krans. 
Male voices. 1616 

Mixed voices. 

8<>. unp. 

H. \V. Orner, Dubois, Pa. C 126328- 
126329, July 28, 1900; 2 c. of each July 28, 
1906. 

What's the matter with onr team; words 
and music by Vincent Bryan. 1617 
f°,6p. 

J. H. Remick & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126083, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

What's the use of anything; words by 
Harry Williams, music by Egbert 
Van Alstyne. 1618 

f°,5p. 

J. H. Remick & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126084, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

When the lights go out; words by Ed. 
Gardenier, music by Cha<^. Kohlman. 

1619 
f°, ft p. 

C. Kohlman & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126423, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

When the maple leaves are turning red and 

gold; wonls by Louis Bogner, music 

by James Whitehouse. Roi-hester, 

Whitehouse pub. co. 1620 

f°. 6p. 

L. Bogner & co., Rochester, N. Y. C 
119430, Apr. 21, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 



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When the roll ii ealled np ]ronder; [words 

by] J. M. B., [music by] J. M. Black. 

1521 
leaf. 

J. M. Black, United States. C 126479, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Where ii mamal words by Mra. Carrie El- 
dred, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New York, Melville ma^ic 
pub. CO. 1622 

Afr8. C. Eldred, Washington Mills, N. Y. 
C 124405, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Whiiperinff waves ; waltzes by Harry J. 
Lincoln. 1628 

P, 6 p., pi. 

Vandersloot music pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. C 126258, July 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. 

White (The) Home bride; words by Mrs. 

Clara B. Kephart, music by Rhoda 

M. Kephart New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 1524 

f*.5p. 

^frs. C. B. Kephart, Rolfe, Pa. C 
124386, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Widow (A) hat ways; [pong from] "The 
reil mill;*' lyric by Henry M. Blos- 
som, music by V^ictbr HerlJert. 1525 

T°,6p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125812, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Wiedemann (Max) 

100 (Der) psalm; fur miinnerchor. 
Parti tur. 1626 

SP, 6 p. 

Paul Koep]>en, Berlin, Germany. C 
126218, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Will yon be the same sweetheart; by 
C'harles A. Feeley. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1527 
f°, 5p.,Hong. 

C. A. Feeley, United States. C 126369, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Willan (Healey) 

Office (The) of the Holv Communion; 
set to music in the kev of G. Novello's 
parish choir book no. 713. 1528 

8° 24 p. 

Novel lo & CO., ltd.. London, England. 
C 126203, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Willie Oraham at Santiago; words by 
Margaret Grassl, music hv Metropol- 
itan music CO. • New \'ork, Mel- 
ville music pub. co. 1529 
f°. 5 p. 

Melville music pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 123161, June 9, 1906; 2 c. July 
24, 1906. 



Willing (The) workers; [by] Anna Gard- 
ner Goodwin. 1680 
leaf, song. 

A. G. Goodwin, United States. C 
126166, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

Wilm (K. Ton) 

Musikalisches dekameron, 10 kleine 
stiicke fur das pianoforte, op. 225, 1, 
Fliegendes blatt (Flying leaf); 2, Be- 
schwichtignng( Tranquility); 3, Unruhige 
tage ( Restless day ) ; 4, Gestandnis (Con- 
fession); 5, Bitte (Entreaty); 6, Ge- 
tiiuschtes hoffen (Disappointment); 7, 
Trohe laune (Good humor) ; 8, Kurzer 
entschluss (Resolution); 9, Ruheplutz- 
chen (In a quiet nook); 10, Im stillen 
helm (By the fireside). 16S1 

fo, 6, 3, 5, 3« 3, 3, 5, 3, 3. 3 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126128-126137, July 25, 1906; 2 c. of each 
July 25, 1906. 

Wilson (H. Lane) 

Lark (The) is up; vocal gavotte from 
''Dorothy's weddmg day,*' words and 
music, no. 1 in F. 1532 

F. 7p. 

Boosey & co., I>ondon, England. C 
125487, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

With flying colon march; R. Goerdeler. 

1588 

8°. imp., band ptn. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125501, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

With flying colon march; R. Goerdeler, 
arr. by Aug. Damm. 1584 

8°, unp. orch. pt«. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125502, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. 

With Tiolets; song for high voice, words 
by C. H. Webb, mime by G. Eloine 
Price. 1585 

f°, 5p., voc. pf. nee. 

G. E. Price & M. Theo. Train, New 
York, N. Y. C 125583, Julv 14, 1906; 2c. 
July 14, 1906. 

Wolff (Bernhard) 

Select compositions for the pianoforte, 
op. 252. 

1. Lament; (Klagclied) 

2. On the water; (Auf dem wa^-ser) 

1536 
f° 7 5 p. 

C 126140-12614\ July 25, 1906. 

op. 253. Contention; (Der 

wettstreit) 1587 

f°. 5 p. 
C 126142, July 25, 1906. 



HUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



147 



Wolir (Bemhard) — Continued. 

op. 255 The chimes; (Glo- 

ckespiel) 1588 

C 126143, July 2o, 1906. 

op. 256. Devotion; (Andacht) 

1589 

C 126144, July 25, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each July 25, 1906. 

Wonderfal (The) winder long; by Emma 
R. Murray. Success music co., 
Chicago. ' 1640 

f^ 5 p. 

E. R. Mnrrav, United States. C 125703, 
July 16, 1906;' 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Won't yon be my birdie bird; words by 
Frank Abbott, music by NatOHlx>rne. 

1641 
f^.&p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 905:^, Mar. 13, 1905; 2 c. Julv 
17, 1906. 

"Won't you pray; [words and music by] 
D. Z. Canadv. 1542 

leaf. 

Biglow & Main co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126478, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Works (The) of the Lord; [by] L. 0. 
Emerson. 1648 

8 leaves, song. 

Lorenz publishing company, Dayton, 
Ohio. C 126501, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Julv 
30, 1906. 

World's (The) deitrnotlon; [music by] 
Gus S. Pranke. 1644 

f°.6p. 

G. 8. Pranke, United States. C 1 25547, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Woycke (Bagen) 

Twelve lyric gems of Scotland tran- 
scribed for the piano, op. 57, no. 1 , Logic 
o' Buchan; 2, Robin Adair; 8, Within a 
mile of ["Minburgh town; 4, Bonnie lad- 
die, Highland laddie; 5, The ewe bughts; 
6, Caller herrin; 7, A hieland lad; H, Ye 
banks and braes; 9, The Campbells are 
coming; 10, Annie lAurie; 11, The lass 
o* Gowrie; 12, Scot's wha hae w' Wal- 
lace bled. 1646 

F, 5, 6, 3, 3. 5, 5, 3. 3. 3, 3, 3, 8 p. 

Whalev, Rovce & co., ltd., Toronto, 
Canada. ' C 12o990-126(K)l, July 20, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 20, 1906. 

Wnnderlieh (Ernst) 

Baumbftch-cyclus; zwolf lieder und 
eine widmung, fi'ir eine mittelhtimme. 
Widmung; **Mein Thiiringen." 1646 

F,7p. 



Wnnderlieh (Bmtt) — Continued. 

A. Lieder Jung Frieders; aus'Trau 

Holde.'' 

P. 39 p. 

B. Lieder eines fahrenden gesellen. 



f° 35 p. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126219-126221, July 26, 1906; 2 c. of 
each July 26, 1906. 

Yellow label brand; song, words by Wm. 
L. Hussey, music by Harry Howard. 

1647 

W. L. Hussey, St. Louis, Mo. C 126437, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Yon never oan tell abont a woman; [song 
from] "The red mill;*' lyric by 
Henry M. Blossom, music by V'ictor 
Herbert. 1648 

f°, 6 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125811, July 19. 1906; 2 c. July 
19, 1906. 

Yon' 11 be mine forever; words by R. Ro- 
mano, music by Metropolitan music 
CO. New "Vork, Melville music 
pub. CO. 1649 

f°, b p. 

Ralph Romano, New York, N. Y. C 
124511, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Yon will remember; by Jos. Hanlon. 
Chicago, Success music co. ' 1660 
f°, 5 p. song. 

J. Hanlon, United States. C 126387, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Yonlianna; my Indian maid, words and 
music by Russell Webb. Chicago, 
Miller music pub. co. 1661 

fo, unp. 

W^ebb Rockefeller Miller, Chicago, III. 
C 125858, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. Julv 20, 
1906. 

Yonng America maroh; E. J). Cioldby, 
mandolin. 1662 

f° unp. 

E. D. Goldbv, Paterson, N.J. C 125635, 
July 17, 1906;* 2 c. July 17, 1906. 
Yonng ( The ) trumpeter; by Geo. L. Spaul- 
ding, piano. Child life no. 2. 1668 
f°. 8 p. 

Theodore Pressor, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 125510, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 
1906. 



an^^els; song by 
Chicago, Sucoe>»s 



1664 



Yonr mama* 8 with the 
W. T. Vipond. 
music CO. 

f°. 6p. 

W. T. Vii)ond, United States. C 126349, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



148 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIOHT ENTBIB8 



' 



Tonn truly walti; Joe. Gearen, arr. by 
M. B. Waite. 1666 

P. unp. 2 mand. gult. and pf. 

M. B. Waite, Racine, Wis. C 124939, 
July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Ziegler (Johannet) 

In twilight; reverie for the pianoforte. 

1666 

f°,5p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boeton, Mass. C 
125873. July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 



Zolodel; son;? by Beulah Churchill. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1667 

f« 6 p. 

B. Churchill, United States. C 125758, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

ZonaTes maroh ft two itep; £. D. Gold by, 
mandolin. 1668 

fo, unp. 

E. D. Goldby, Paterson, N. J. C 
125623, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1. 1906 16,679 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Tliis index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all compositions entered under 
the authors in the Catalogue and author references to all compositions entered 
under the titles in the Catalogue. In the case of an author reference, the title 
follows the name of the author. 

Tnie Fl||:ares refer to tbe HeaT^-faced Numbers folloivlnii: tbe Titles In tbe 

Catalocoe. 



Aarons (A. £.) His honor the 

naavor 1278 

Abl ('J. ) verlag. Adagio 1470 

Abechied 1148 

Acuff (J. W. ) Glad hosannas ... 1255 

Adagio 1470 

Adoration 1233 

Ahn Carse (A. von). Valse in D 

flat 1176 

Albright (C. G.) She's my fairy 

queen 1453 

Album leaf 1214 

A Ibumblatt 1214 

Alden (B.) Fare thee well Li Hie 

May 1225 

Allan & CO.: 

Off toCallao 1256 

Silver whispers 1150 

Alsdorf ( U. J.) Spread the news, 

busy bees 1468 

Aletyne (E. V.) What's the use 

of anything 1518 

Altbohmisches Weihnaohtslied . . . 1277 

Anderton (T.) Norma i baron... 1386 

Annie Laurie 1545 

A polio- verlag. Rosine walzer 1333 

Appalachia 1195 

Appel (H.): 

Brass buttons 1170 

Daintv rosebuds 1187 

Archer ( li. J. ) Maggie Croney . . 1348 

Ariette-g&votte 1222 

Armand (C.) : 

Bluette 1165 

Bolero 1167 

Legende 1328 

Romance 1421 

As the seasons come & go 1451 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew: 

Why is springtime, ringtime?. 1264 

World of roses ' 1190 

Ashdown (E. ): 

In questa tomba oscura 1160 

Ashford (E. L.) Go<rs way is 

best 1259 

Astarte 1359 

Ater(J. McD.) Powerof true love. 1414 



Audacht 1539 

Auf dem wasser 1536 

Augener ( ): 

Foreign pictures 1366 

Valse in I) flat 1176 

Austin ( B. D. ) Stricken city .... 1471 
Babcock (I. E. ) Death comes at 

dawn 1193 

Bailey (A.): 

I(ieal chord instructor 1 301 

New chord instructor 1381 

Baillet (H.) jr. Great Jehovah, 

mighty God 1267 

Baldo> ef ( J. O. ) Our grandmoth- 
er's pies 1404 

Ball (E. R.): 

I can't help thinking of you. . 1284 

One little giri 131^6 

Rosev red cheek 1425 

BarcaroUie 1209 

Baumba(!h-cvclus 1546 

Bells '. 1279 

Benedictus 1232 

Benson (S. ) Death comes at 

dawn 1 194 

Beschwichtigung 15.31 

Beswick (L. H.) Hvmn of the 

Nile ". 1282 

Beyer (— ). Little sweetheart 1336 

Biglow & Main co. Won't you 

pray 1542 

Bingham (CD.) No bird can sing 

in a darkened room 1384 

Bischoff (C. C.) Princess 1416 

Bitte 1531 

Biuge (C. B. ) Evangeli harpe... 1219 
Black (J. M.) When the roll is 

called up yonder 1521 

Blandford (G. M.): 

Ot^ceola 1402 

Sweet Myrabelle 1480 

Blanev (H. F.) Kandy kid for 

mine 1319 

Bogner (L.) & co. When the ma- 
ple leaves are turning 1 520 

Bonnie laddie 1545 

Boosey & co. Lark (The) is up.. 1532 

I 



II 



INDEX 



Bour <& Kendall. Kentucky Rose. 1322 

Bowman (N.) Elvarie 1217 

Bradford (J. B.) By the brook.. 1173 
Brabam (G.V. 

Four-in-nand 1240 

Rolling home 1420 

Brassin (L.) Magic tire scene ... 1514 
Bratton (J. W.) On a deaert 

island 1392 

Bresee ( F. W. ) Boys in blue .... 1 168 

Brezee ( W. ) Thelraa of the dell . 1495 
Breitkopf <& Hiirtel: 

Baumbach-cyclus 1 546 

Bells 1279 

Omar Khavydm 1 155 

Brightmore (W.) Is there any- 
thing that I could do for vou.I. 1307 
Bristow (F. L. ) Jollv little cow- 
boys ' 1313 

Brown { B. F. )jr. Good-bye sweet- 
heart Josie 1 262 

Brown (W. E. )jr. Must I leave 

my sweetheart forever 1367 

Bryan (V.) What's the matter 

with our team 1517 

Buckminster ( Sfrs. R. ) That little 

gold key to her heart 1491 

Burt (W. J. J.) Coontown jubi- 
lee 1184 

Butler (R. L. ) In the moonlight, 

Gracie dear 1304 

Bv the fireside 1531 

Cafe chantant 1 366 

Caller herrin 1545 

Calmes {Mrs. F. H.) Sweetest 

name 1481 

Camp (E.) San Francisco earth- 
quake 1435 

Camp & Merrill. San Francisco 

earthquake 1435 

Campbells are coming 1545 

Canady (D. Z. ) Won't vou prav. 1542 

Canzonetta 1234 

Capricieuse 1213 

Caresf^e enivrante 1189 

Casey (J. W.): 

If you could understand 1302 

Just a picture of Kentucky. . . 1316 
Castelow (W. E.) Tom, * tell 

mother that you love me 1504 

CastlingfH.) I lost my train again. 1289 
Catlin (E. L. ) My amber lady . . 1368 
Chapin (.1fr«. M. E. ) Mv sweet- 
heart '. 1374 

C hap pell & CO. Dairymaids 1427 

Ch im es 1 538 

Christine. Petite tonkinoise 1449 

Church (J.) CO. Classics for the 

young 1229 

Churchill ( B.) Zolodel 1557 

Clark (M.) Heart Vve crushed 

forever 1273 

Classics for the voung 1 229 

Clement (F. W. ') p:vening breeze. 1220 

Clevenger (W. F.) Mollie 1362 

Cline (0. L. ) Gritty George 1268 



Cceur fragile 1 161 

Coglev ( E. F. ) Manawa 1352 

Coles ( C. H. ) Leary 's alleyway . . 1327 
CoUett (H. J.) Down where the 

apple blossoms grow 1202 

Collins (L. S.): 

Farmer's boy 1227 

Old Glory 1389 

Compositionen fur das piano-forte. 1209 

Confession 1531 

Conley(R.) Mah little honey Sue. 1350 

Contention 1537 

Cotter (T.) Chevennegirl 1178 

Crawford (C.) On the shady side. 1395 

Crolv (G. ) Spirit of God 1467 

Cru8er(C.V.) Allalonie 1144 

Curfman ( B. ) Dinah's twins 1197 

Curwin ( J. ) A sons. King of Sher^ 

wood 1276 

Cundy music CO. Evening breeze. 1220 

Czdrdjte 1366 

Dairymaids 1427 

Daiflv's wooing 1329 

Dale'iR-A.) Pictures on the wall. 1412 

Damm (A. ) With fl ving colors. . 1533 

Darewski ( M. ) \Vorld of roses ... 1 1 90 

Davis (J. W. ) Baby's gone 1153 

Dean (E. S.) & Hensley (S. W.) 

Glad hosannas 1255 

De Koven ( R. ) Gav lieutenant. . 1 252 

Deux Marthe 1 223 

Devotion 1539 

Disappointment 1531 

Ditson (O. ) CO.: 

Fantasy pieces 1448 

Fifty Shakespere songs 1507 

Twenty-five studies for piano. 1163 

Two dancers 1269 

War songs & memorial songs . 1515 

Where the bee sucks 1 149 

Dittinann (C. E. ) She's only a 

moving picture 1454 

Douthat (L. L. ) Down in the 

vallev 1201 

Dowd ( L. ) Lost in the bay 1342 

Dragonne 1235 

Dressier ( W. ) Old folks at home. 1388 

Du hast meine ganz seele 1 154 

Duble (C. E.) Salute to Williams- 
port 1429 

Durand ( H. ) Silver leaves 1457 

Edinger (J. D. ) Bovs of yester- 
day ' \ 1169 

E<1 wards (G.) : 

Romeo and Juliet 1422 

That's my idea of a hero 1493 

Edwards (J.) His honor the 

mayor 1278 

Elander (C.) Hymn of the Nile . 1282 

Eldred ( .Vr«. C.) ' Where is Mama. 1522 
Elkrocm (A. N. ) Rose city by 

the sea 1423 

Elliot ( M. S. ) Violet's dream 1509 

Ellis (R.) Old black Joe 1387 

Elliston (C. F.) I am wasting 

away for you 1283 



INDEX 



III 



Emerson (L, O.) Works of the 

Lord 1543 

En cheminant 1254 

Ende'e (H, voin) verlag. Sang 

am Rhein 1469 

Entreaty 1531 

Enoch <x cie. : 

Adoration 12:« 

Canzonetta 1 234 

Dra^nne 1235 

Duval (A.) 1204 

Feniine n^v^e 1512 

Golliwogys's dance 1205 

Marche Gsuiconne 1324 

Marquisette 1 206 

Pimpante 1207 

Pn^*cieuj>e8 ( Lea) 1513 

Espagnola 1166 

Evans (VV. A.): 

Friihlineerauschen 1458 

Gallant heroes 1250 

Jsadore waltz 1309 

Magic fire scene 1514 

Shower of pearls 1456 

Evridge ( W. D.) Glad hosannas. . 1255 

Ewe bughts 1545 

Fagan (B. ) Tete a tete at eight. . 1490 

Famil.v songs with tunes 1270 

Fantasy pieces 1448 

Fa88(P.W.) Annette 1147 

Fearis ( J. S.) To-day thy Master 

calls 1502 

Feist ( L. ) : 

Bright as the morning 1172 

Jupiter 1315 

Little patriot 1335 

Mansfeldt technic 1353 

Mars 1356 

Pasionaria danza 1406 

Village belle 1506 

Femme r^v^e 1512 

Fenlason {Mrs. W. P.) Stricken 

Frisco 1472 

Fest bei den Oster-Haschen 1440 

Field (J. T.) Magificat & nunc 

dimitUs 1349 

Fieldhouse ( A. ) Shower of pearls. 1456 

Fifty Shakespere songs 1507 

Figliadi lorio 1241 

Filla amorosa 1499 

Fischer (C): 

Blaette 1165 

Bolero 11 67 

Legende 1328 

Peruvian dance 1410 

Romance 1421 

Fischer (J.) Jaramladf pochod . 1310 
Fitzke (Afiss A. A. ) Sweet Harri- 

ette 1478 

Flegel (A. F.) Rose city by the 

sea 1423 

Fliegendes blatt 1531 

Floramve 1204 

Flying leaf 1531 



Fontaine. Daisies 1188 

Forberg ( R. ) : 

Abechied 1148 

Altbohmisches Weihmacht- 

slied 1277 

Jubilate Deo oranis terra 1249 

Foreign pictures 1366 

Foster ( E. G . ) Linday & Rastus . 1 334 

Foster (S. ) Old black Joe 1387 

Foster (S. C. ) Old folks at home. 1388 
Frain (M. T.) & Turner (G. C.) 

Sally 142g 

Francis (C. E. ): 

Human hearts 1281 

Sunny Colorado 1474 

Francis, Day & Hunter: 

I lost my train again 1289 

I want a little man like you.. 1295 
Never show the palm of your 

hand 1380 

Freeley (C. A.) Will you be the 

same sweetheart 1527 

Frohe laune 1531 

Froman (A. A.) Sinking of the 

Valencia 1459 

Fruhlingsrauschen 1458 

Fiinf gesange 1321 

Furth (8.):' 

LeVa all make hay while the 

Fun shines 1331 

My pals 1371 

Things are surely breaking 

great for me 1497 

Gabriel (C. H. ) I will walk with 

Him 1299 

Garland (M.) It pavs 1309 

Gassmann (G. A.) kosenzauber. 1510 

Gearen(J. ) Yours truly waltz.. 1555 

Gestandnis 1531 

Getaupchtes hoffen 1531 

Gethsemane 1460 

Giovanni Gallurese 1363 

Glaubenssieg 1501 

Glockespiel 1538 

Go<lfrey (D.) Dairymaids 1427 

Goerdeier(R.) With flving colors. 1533 
Goldby ( E. D. ) : 

Gold by 's practical studies for 

mandolin 1260 

Young America march 1552 

Zouaves march 1558 

Golliwogg's dance 1205 

(irood humor 1531 

Goodman (J. F.) Neath the 
shadow of the Colorado 

hills 1378 

Goodsell(A. T. ) Virginia creeper. 1508 

Goodwin (A. G.) : 

Do not touch the wine cup . . . 1200 

I will follow Jesus 1298 

JesuH, don't pans me by 131 1 

Praise the i^rd 1415 

Tell the story everywhere 1488 

Willing workers 1530 



IV 



INDEX 



Ooudy (E.): 

Fr ij hlingsrauschen 
Magic fire scene 



Gould (N. A.) Vanity 

-Gould & CO. Till dawn 

Grainger (Mrs. J.) In the morn- 
ing's dawn 

Granniss ( F. B. ) Eventide 

Grauso ( A. ) Schiaranno Tuomo. 
Green ( M. F. ) New moon 

Greenbaum (A.) Bye-a-bye ma 
honey 

Greenberg (I.) Gay Bohemian 
knights 

Gruninger (A. N.) Only truat in 
Jesus 

Gunnsttunardda ( F. ) Sweetheart- 
ing 

Habailera 

Hatthette & cie. Vieilles amours. 

Hall(M. L.) Alonzo 

Halleluja 

Hanlin (J. ) You will remember. . 

Hans und Grete 

Harmonie, Berlin, Germany. Ap- 

palachia 

Harpe des anges 

Harris (S. P.): 

My guardian angel 

Nearest & dearest 

Harsh (A. M. ) San Francisco . . . 
Hart (C. F. ) I wonder if your 

heart is still the same 

Harvest festival 

Heins ( C. ) Rose Fay 

Helf (F. ) Susan kiss me good & 

hard 

Helf <fe Hager co. Susan kiss me 

good & hard 

Henderson (VV. C.) That little 

game of ciirds 

Henry (S. R.) After they gather 

the hav 

Herbert *( v.): 

Red mill, Opening chorus 

Widow ( A) has wavs 

You never can tell alx)ut a 

woman 

Heugel & cie. : 

Ccrur fragile 

Parle encore 

Printania 

Hieland lad 

Highland laddie 

Hiltibiddle ( H. W. ) Because you 

wouldn't let me see you home. . 

Hoff ( F. M. ) Hard working man. 

Hoffman (G.) I like you too 

Hoist ((t. von) Minuet d'amour. 

Holy Lord i-iod al mighty 

Hoover (F. G. ) Only a bunch of 

rones 

Hoj«chna (K. L. ): 

Good-bye f al 

Someone 



1458 
1514 
1505 
1337 

13<>5 
1221 
1444 
1383 

1174 

1251 ' 

1401 ' 

1482 I 

1230 

1376 

1145 

1271 

1550 

1342 

1195 
1142 

i3<>9 ; 

1377 
1430 

1300 
1243 
1424 

1476 

1476 

1491 ' 

1141 

1418 ' 
1525 , 

1548 

1161 
1355 
1162 
1545 
1545 

1159 
1272 
1287 
1185 
1156 

1398 

1261 
1463 



Houston (L. D.) I like to look 

into your eyes of blue 1 286 

Howard (G. W.) On the moesy 

banks 1394 

Howard'(*H.y ' Yellow iabe'l blind 1547 
Howell ( L. ) Take a trip to Coney 

Island 1484 

Hussey (W, L.) Yellow label 

brand 1547 

have a blue eyed sweetheart 1 154 

ch hab ein schneeweiss 1 154 

ch will dich auf hilnden tragen . . 1154 

go ( B. T. ) Nation's bride 1375 

m stillen heim 1531 

mpromptu in A minor 1263 

n a quiet nook 1531 

n my heart thou liest hidden 1 154 

n questa tomba oscura 1 1 60 

n twilight 1556 

ndiana 1244 

ngram (H. B. ) On a moonlight 

summer's night 1393 

Jackson (H.) Sweet memories . . 1479 

Jackson (J. VV.) Soldier boy.... 1462 

Jarvis (M. S. ) San Francisco 1431 

Jefferson (G. F): 

Free land 124 

Free land; education, &c 1247 

God's law 1258 

Love & truth 1344 

Love & truth; education &c.. 1345 

Peace & progres.-? 1408 

Peace & progress; education 

Ac 1409 

Jerome & Schwartz: 

Float me Charlie 1237 

Sweet Anastasia Brady 1477 

Jesu, Thou sweetness pure and 

blest 1323 

Jesus, mv Saviour, look on me ... 1494 

Jewdl (P.) Farmers boy 1227 

Jones (A. M. ) Million march . . . 1360 

Josselyn(A. S.) I must be leaving. 1294 

Jubilate Deo omnis terra 1249 

Karg-Elert (S.) Halleluja 1271 

Kiithchen von Heilbronn 1411 

Kaufman (J.)'- 

Dear old proverbs 1 192 

Tokey Loe 1503 

Kean ( H. A. ) Kate has kissed the 

blarney 1338 

Kendall (A. A. ) Kentucky Rose. 1322 
Kephart (Mrs. C. B.) * White 

House bride 1524 

Kephart (R. M.) White House 

bride 1524 

Kimbrough (T. M. ) On a moon- 
light summer's night 1393 

King of love 1216 

King of Sherwood 1276 

Klagelie<i 1536 

Klein (M.): 

Luna pftvStimes 1 347 

Man from Now 1351 

Kline (N. E. ) Go by 1. 1257 



INDEX 



Koepp>en(P. ) Wiedemann (M.) 

Der lOOpaalm 1526 

Kohlman (C. ) & co. When the 

lights go out 1519 

Koneeky ( L. ) New church hymn . 1382 
Krey (H. ) music co. I'm waiting 

for your answer Mollie dear 1293 

Kurtz ( Mrs. K.) Minneapolis fire. 1361 

Kurzer entschluss 1531 

Lacy ( A. S. ) Never again 1379 

Lament 1536 

Land of the midnight sun 13(56 

Landau ( B. ) Catastrophe 1 177 

Lark (The) is up 1532 

Laroussini (Mrs. F. U.) Ave 

Maria 1151 

Larwav (J. H.) My king 1181 

Lass o Gowrie .' 1545 

Lawlor (C. B. ) Songs that take 

me back to Ireland 1465 

Lax ( F. ) Farewell to Naples 1 226 

Lemburg( N. & N. ) Can you forget. 1175 

Lerman (J. VV.) Lord reigneth.. 1340 

Lewis (L.R.) Norman baron .. . 1386 

Lieder der liebe 1 154 

Lincoln (H.) Whispering waves. 1523 

Logie o' Buchan 1545 

Ix)renz (J. ) Hans und Grete 1 342 

Lorenz pub. co. : 

Divme pilot 1199 

God's way is best 1259 

I willwafk with Him 1299 

Lord of life & glory 1339 

Lord reigneth 1 340 

Satisfy us with Thy mercv . . . 1441 

Spirit of God .\... 1467 

Take it to the Lord 1485 

There's a wideness in God's 

mercy 1496 

Thy will be done 1500 

Today thy Master calls 1502 

Works of the Lord 1543 

Loech (A.) Joker 1312 

Losey (F. H.): 

jolly sweethearts 1314 

Salute to Williamsport 1429 

Lotti(A.) Purdicesti 1343 

Luders ( ( J . ) Scheming 1443 

Lueaaenhop ( W. ) One night as I 

was dreaming 1 397 

Luscombe ( F. ) Peruvian dance. . 1410 
McA voy ( J. ) Fare thee well Li I lie 

Mav :... 1225 

McCa'be(J. C): 

Four-in-hand 1240 

Rolling home 1420 

McCallion {Mrs. M.) My enow- 
clad Leadville home 1 373 

Machie. lMt\e sweetheart 1336 

Mackie-Beyer: 

Discovered love 1 198 

Etemelle ivresse 1218 

Madam Butterfly 1417 

Magic fire Hcene 1514 

Mahn (V. ) I was once a little boy 

like you 1296 



Mansfeldt technic 1353 

Marche Gasconne 1324 

Marchetti (F. D.) Caresse eni- 

vrante 1189 

Marguerites 1 188 

Marquisette 1206 

Marsh ( Mrs. £. ) Grand old Span- 
ish villa by the sea 1266 

Mareh-Smith (M. B.) Lullaby.. 1346 

Martin (J.) Mah little honey Sue. 1350 
Martin (M. J.): 

Crystal lake waltz 1186 

Dreamland waltz 12p3 

Martin ( W. S. ) 1 will extol Thee. 1297 
Mathews (H. A.) Summer time 

once more 1473 

Mattaress (V.): 

Figlia di lorio 1241 

Giovanni Gallurese 1363 

Mav day song 1451 

Mazurka 1366 

Melodie 1210 

Melodie pour violon 1483 

Melville music pub. co. Willie 

Graham at Santiago 1529 

Memorial day song 1451 

Metzler { B. ) : 

Bright as the morning 1172 

Little patriot 1335 

Village belle 1506 

Metzler & co. : 

Indiana 1244 

Musical ride 1245 

Metropolitan music co.: 

All alonie 1144 

Annette 1147 

Baby's gone 1153 

Boys of yesterday 1 169 

By the brook 1173 

Cheyenne ^irl 1178 

Dinah's twms 1197 

Down where the apple blos- 
soms grow 1202 

Eily O'Conner 1215 

Grand old Spanish villa by the 

sea 1266 

Hard working man 1 272 

I'm going back to Mexico 1292 

Just now 1317 

Linday <& Rastus 1334 

Minneapolis fire 1361 

Mollie 1362 

My snow-clad Leadville home 1373 

One night as I was dreaming . 1397 

Only a bunch of roses 1398 

San Francisco, ruined San 

Francisco 1438 

Sinking of the Valencia 1459 

Spice of fruit 1466 

Summer time once more 1473 

Sunshine & showers 1475 

Sweet Harriette 1478 

Sweetest name 1481 

Sweethearting 1482 

That little gold key to her 

heart 1492 



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Metropolitan music co.— Continued. 

Thelma of the dell 1496 

Tom, tell mother that you love 

me 1504 

Vanity 1505 

Violet's dream 1509 

Where is mama 1522 

Willie Graham at Santiago . . . 1529 

YouMl l)e mine forever. . . 1549 

Michael ( Mr». C. S. ) Our fair city 

that has gone 1403 

Miller ( W. R.) Youlianna 1551 

Million population club. Million 

march 1360 

Monte Carlo pub. co. : 

Old Calabar 1487 

That's your cactus over there. 1231 

Moore ( W. A . ) Past tryst 1407 

Morrison (G. H.) Just now 1317 

Muller(D.) Volunteer fireman.. 1511 
Murray ( K. R. ) Wonderful winder 

song 1540 

Musical ride 1245 

Musikalisches dekameron 1531 

My King 1181 

M V valentine 1451 

JS'ason ( E. S. ) Isador waltz 1308 

Neath the spell thy song has woven 1154 
Neidig (C. A . ) As the seasons come 

& go 1451 

Nero, prelude from 1182 

Nicol (E. N. ) San Francisco, ruined 

San Francisco 1438 

Norton (G.A.^ Morn 1365 

Norumbega park co. Out to Nor- 

umbega 1405 

Novel lo & CO.: 

Holy Lord God almighty 1156 

Impromptu in A minor 1263 

Jesu Thou sweetness pure <fe 

blest 1323 

Minuet d'amour 1185 

Office of the Holv Commun- 
ion ; 1239; 1528 

Prehide from the music to Ste- 
phen Phillip's drama, Nero. 1182 
Variations on an African air.. 1183 
Nowlin (D.) Hello, Miss Lizzie 

Green 1275 

O'Connor ( M. A. ) Nation's bride. 1375 

Off to Callao 1256 

Officeof the Holy Communion. 1239; 1528 
0'Hare(VV. C): 

His honor the mayor 1278 

Man from Now 1351 

Those stmgs my mother used 

to sing 1498 

Old Calabar 1487 

Omar Khayyam 1155 

On the water 1536 

Oppenheinier (H.) Fest bei den 

Oster-HjiHchen 1440 

Ormoml (V.) music co. Nora 

O'Mallev 1385 

Orner (H. W.) We'll sing unto 

the King 1516 



Osborne (N.) Wont you be my 

birdie bird 1541 

Ostdeutschen jiinglingsbundes. 

Glaubenssieg 1501 

Owst (W. G.) Where the bee 

sucks 1149 

Parle encore 1355 

Paulton (E. A.) I'm de coon 

Lothario 1291 

Peltier ( O. ) Heavenly vision 1274 

Pendleton (E. H.) I'll love you 

always 1288 

Penn (A. A.): 

Learning her lessons 1326 

She only was in Paris for a 

year. 1452 

Pennino ( F. ) Schiaranno Tuorno . 1 444 
Pepper (J. W.): 

Discovered love 1198 

Eternelle ivresse 1218 

Farewell to Naples 1226 

Little sweetheart 1 336 

Peters (W.F.) Mary 1357 

Petite tonkinoise : 1449 

Phillips (F.) In the presence of 

the king 1306 

Pierce ( C. R. ) Loralie 13:^8 

Pimpante 1207 

Pincon ( P. ) Filia amorosa 1499 

Plaza Toro 1366 

Pond ( W. A. ) & CO. Old folks at 

home 1388 

Pranke (G. S.) World's destruc- 
tion 1544 

Precieuees ( Les) 1513 

Prelude from the music to Stephen 

Phillip's drama, Nero 1182 

Preseer ( T. ) : 

Bridal roses 1171 

Daisies 1188 

Jolly little cow boys 1313 

Rose Fay 1424 

School flag 1447 

Tent life 1489 

With flying colors 1533 

Young trumpeter 1553 

Price ( G. E. ) With violets 1535 

Printania 1 1 62 

Princess Rosine 1333 

Proescholdt (F.) : 

In joyful mood 1303 

Reverie 1419 

Pugh ( D. A. ) March of the Mac- 

cal)ees 1354 

Pusch ( C. ) Sang am Rhein 1469 

Queen of May 1451 

Rahter(D.) Habafiera 1230 

Railey (M. K.) San Francisco 

fire 1436 

Recker ( R. ) After thev gather the 

hay *... 1141 

Reinhard (A.) .Adagio 1470 

Remick (J. H.) &co. : 

1 like yon too 1287 

I wonder if vour heart is still 

the same . .' 1300 



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VII 



Remiok (J. H.) & co. — Continued. 
What's the matter with our 

team 1517 

What8 the use of anything ... 151 8 

Resolution 1531 

Restless days 1531 

Ricordi (G.) & c: 

£n cheminant 1254 

Figliadi lorio 1241 

Giovanni Gallurese 1 363 

Madam Butterfly 1417 

Ries & Erler: 

Melodie pour violon 1483 

Music zu Kleists Katchen, von 

Heilbronn 1411 

Ripley (J. H. ) Isadore waltz 1308 

Rivers (G. ) Eily 0*CJonner 1215 

Roberts ( K. A. ) : 

Jupiter 1315 

Mars 1356 

Robin Adair 1545 

Rode (J. ) Stricken Frisco 1472 

Romano (R. ) You'll be mine for- 
ever 1549 

Roeenkrans (G.) We'll sing unto 

the King 1516 

Rosenzauber 1510 

Rossiter (W.): 

Flora Dora 1238 

Silver leaves 1457 

Ruheplatzchen 1531 

Rus8(C. W.): 

I like to look into your eyes of 

blue * 1 286 

Only a cam ric flower 1399 

Our grandmother's pies 1404 

Pledge of the pines 1413 

iSoldierboy 1462 

Russell (H. A.): 

Birdie's goodbye 1164 

Kate has kissed the blarney. . 1320 

Lullaby 1346 

Russell (K.) I want a little man 

like you 1295 

Ryan (W. G,) My queen of the 

golden west 1372 

BaTzer {G. ) Lords & ladies 1341 

San Francisco 1431 

Sancho ( J. ) Pasionaria danza . . . 1406 

Sang am Rhein 1469 

Sappington (T. L.) Nora O'Mal- 

ley 1385 

Scale & technic studies for violin . . 1236 

Scharwenka ( X. ) Fantasy pieces. 1448 

Scherzo 1212 

Schirmer (G.): 

Astarte 1359 

Crethsemane 1460 

Jesus, m y Saviour, look on me . 1494 
Schmidt (A. P.): 

Compodtionen fiir das piano- 
forte 1209 

Fspagnola 1166 

Harvest festival 1243 

In statelv measure 1143 

In twilight 1556 

3695— PT 3, NO 9—06 3 



Schmidt ( A. P. ) — Continued. 

Musikalischee dekamerou 1531 

Schmidt'« collection of sacred 

son^ 1445 

Schmidt's collection of sacred 

trios 1446 

Select compositions for piano. 1536 

S^r^nade Andalouse 1442 

Sight reading & memorv les- 
sons '. 1486 

Spring festival 1332 

Tea rose 1364 

3 love songs 1154 

Schott's (B.) sohne Harpe des 

anges 1 142 

Schultz (A. von) See Von Schultz 

(A.) 1432 

Schwartz (J.) : 

Float me Charlie 1237 

Sweet Anastasia Brady 1477 

Scot's wha hae w' Wallace bled. . . 1545 

Scriven (J. ) Take it to the Lord. 1485 

Select compositions for piano 1536 

Seminary music co. : 

Brass buttons 1170 

Dainty rosebuds 1 187 

S^r^nde Analouse 1442 

Shackford (C.) I'm waiting for 

your answer Molly dear 1293 

Sheard (C.) &C0. Till I die 1265 

Shields ( E. McE. ) Birdie's good- 
bye 1164 

Shutts (^fr8. A. M.) I'm going 

back to Mexico 1292 

Sight reading & memory lessons. . 1486 

Silver whispers 1150 

Silver, Burdett <& co. JNorman 

baron 1386 

Simon ( C. ) Halleluja 1 271 

Slawson (J. B. ) Beautiful Lake 

Geneva, Wisconsin 1 158 

Smith (A.) It pays 1309 

Smith (H. W.) Those songs my 

mother used to sing 1498 

Smith (M. B. Marsh-) «S^ Marsh- 
Smith (M. B) 1346 

Smith (P. F. ) Last good-bye 1325 

Smith (W. P.) Old Pike's Peak. 1391 

Snow (J. A.) Shower of pearls.. 1456 
Souvenir de Pesth; ungarischer 

tang 1211 

Spaulding (G. L): 

Bridal roses 1171 

School flag 1447 

Tent life 1489 

Young trumpeter 1553 

Sparrow ( E. ) Gallant heroes 1 250 

Sparv ( W. ( '.) I must be leaving. 1294 

Spring festival 1332 

Star of hope 1455 

Steele (L.) Frisco 1248 

Stem (J. W.) &C0.: 

A f ter they gather the hay 1141 

Famous college songs 1 224 

Stevens (A.) Out to Noruml)ega. 1405 



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Stoneman (B. D. ) Battle must be 

won 1157 

Student King 1252 

Sullivan (D. J.) Americana 1146 

Swett (L. ) My love of long ago. . 1370 
Tapper (T. ) Twenty-tive studies 

for piano 11S3 

Taylor ( H. ) Neversho w the palm . 1380 

Tea rose 1364 

Teller pub. co. Scale & techuic 

studies for violin 1236 

That's your cactus over there 1231 

Three bagatelles 1280 

Tiemey (M.) San Francisco dis- 
aster 1434 

Till dawn 1337 

Till I die 1265 

Tilton (B. E. ) Rubber 1426 

Tormev (M. H. ) Dear Crizzie. . . 1191 

Tours \F, E. ) Dairymaids 1427 

Train ( M. T. ) With violets 1535 

Tranquility 1531 

Tremaine (D. C.) Christ of Gali- 
lee 1180 

Triomphe 1358 

TuUer-Meredith co. I will extol 

Thee 1297 

Turner (G.C.) Sally 1428 

Tuscan f^te 1366 

Twelve lyric gems of Scotland 1545 

Twenty -hve studies for piano 1 163 

Tw o dancers 1 269 

Ufford (E. S.) I changed my 

way 1285 

Unruhige tage 1531 

Valsein Dfl'at :... 1176 

Vandersloot music pub. co. : 

Joker 1312 

Jolly sweethearts 1314 

Salute to Williamsport 1429 

Whispering waves 1523 

Variations on an African air 1 183 

Vaughan (M.) Destruction of 

Frisco 1196 

Vickers (G. M.) Songs of Old 

Glory 1464 

Vieilles amours 1376 

Vieweg (C. F. ) Funf gesange . . . 1321 
Vincent (H. B.) Nora O'Malley. 1385 
Vincent music co. Three baga- 
telles 1280 

Violet ( J. W. ) Old oak tree 1389 

Vipond (W. T.) Your mama's 

with the angels 1554 

Voigt (H.) Fest bei den Oster- 

Hiiscben 1440 

Vom Ende's (H.) verlag. Sang 

am Rhein 1469 

Von Schultz ( A. ) San Francisco . 1432 
W^aderaan {Mrs. J. H.) San 

Francisco's cry 1439 

Waite(M. B.) Yours truly, waltz. 1555 

Walkure(Die) 1514 

Wallace (A.) San Francisco hor- 
ror 1437 

Wallace ( E. ) Baby gets the cream . 1 152 



Wallace ( R. A. ) Just one more life. 1318 
Wallace ( W. W. ) Only a crimson 

flower 1400 

Waring (A. L.) I will walk with 

Him 1299 

Webb ( R. ) Youlianna 1551 

Wehrhein (M. L. ) Leslies waltz. 1330 
Wentworth (E. E.) Only a cani- 
ne flower 1 399 

Werlein ( P. ) Ave Maria 1151 

Wettstreit (Der) 1537 

Whaley, Royce & co. ltd. Twelve 

lyric gems of Scotland 1545 

Where the bee sucks 1149 

White-Smith mus. pub. co. : 

Choice Irish songs 1179 

28 selected songs 1253 

Whitehouse ( J. ) When the maple 

leaves are turning 1520 

Whitney (C. W.) <& co., March of 

the Maccabees 1354 

Why is springtime, ringtime? 1264 

Widdicombe (H. T.) San Fran- 
cisco --- - - 1433 
Wilcox ( H."H.y " Fate of the bank 

wrecker ..-..- 1228 

Wiley (B. B. ) ' 'Earthquake! ! ! ! ! ! 1208 
Williams (E. S.) Kandv kid for 

mine ' 1319 

Williams ( F. D. ) Thywillbedone. 1500 
Williams (T. D. ) There's a wide- 

ness in God's mere V 1496 

Williams ( W. R. ) Flora Dora. . . 1238 

Williamson (C. ) Osceola 1402 

Wilson (I. B.): 

Lord of life & glory 1339 

Satisfy us w ith Thy mercy . . - . 1 441 

Within a mile of Edinburgh town . 1545 
Witmark (M.) & sons: 

Americana 1146 

By e-a-bve ma honey 1 1 74 

Dear old proverbs 1192 

Four-in-hand 1240 

Gay Bohemian Knights 1251 

Good-bye pal 1261 

Hello, Miss Lizzie Green 1275 

His honor the mayor 1278 

I can't help thinking of you. . 1284 

If you could understand 1302 

I'll love you always 1288 

I'm de coon Lothario 1291 

Just a picture of Kentucky. . . 1316 

Lords & ladies 1341 

Learning her lessons 1326 

Let's all make hay while the 

sun shines 1331 

Luna pastimes 1347 

Man from now 1351 

Mary 1357 

Mom 1365 

My amber lady 1368 

My pals 1371 

No bird can sing in a darkened 

room 1384 

On a desert island 1392 

On the shady side 1395 



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Witmark (M. & sons) — Continued. 

One little girl 13»6 

Red mill, opening chorus . . . . 1418 

Rolling home 1420 

Romeo & Juliet 1422 

Roeey red cheek 1425 

Scheming 1443 

She only was in Paris for a 

year.* 1462 

Slaverydays 1461 

Someone 1463 

Songs that take me hack to 

Ireland 1465 

Spread the news, busy bees . . 1468 

Tete a tete at eight 1490 

That's my idea of a hero 1493 

Things are surely breaking 

great forme 1497 

Those songs my mother used 

to sing 1498 



Witmark (M. & sons) — Continued. 

Tokey Loe 1503 

Widow (A) has ways 1525 

Won't you be my birdie 

bird 1541 

You never can tell 1548 

Wormell (I.) I love you more & 

more 1290 

Wyman(W.) I must be leaving. 1294 

Yaus (L. F. ) Spice of fruit 1466 

Ye banks <& oraes 1545 

Yeoman (R. R.) Sunshine & 

showers 1475 

Young ( M. ) Pledge of the pines. 1413 

Zita(R. A.) Slaverydays 1461 

Zook & cie: 

Arlette-gavotte 1222 

DeuxMarthe 1223 

28 selected songs 1253 

100 psalm 1526 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONORESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 

618T CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION. CHAP. 666, SEC. 4 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ho. 10 

September 6, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVERNMENT PRINTINO OFFIOB 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. The titles beginning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the same; the 
date of publication is inserted only when it is different from date of copyright 
Information contained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading ** Words by,'* "Music 
by *' are to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Catalogue contains the names of the copyright proprie- 
tors of all the titles registered in this number; it includes also title references to all 
compositions entered under the authors in the Catalogue and author references 
to all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; full sc., full score; voc. 
sc., vocal score; pf. sc, pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace, accom- 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit, guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, •' Copyright by E. J. Hall, United States. Class C, XXc, no. 
1273d5, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 13, 1906." 



Absent minded Mose; by Ernest J. Hall. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1659 

f°, 6 p, song. 

E. J. Hall, United States. C 127395, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Adams (Thomae) 

Golden (A) harvest; cantata for harvest- 
tide for soli and chorus with hymns to be 
pung by the congregation, words and 
hvmns selected and written bv Henry 
if^ni^bt (Novello's original octavo 
edition. ) 1560 

80,30 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 127330, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Aenone; an intermezzo characteristic [hy"] 
Eleanor Edwards. Chicago, Pio- 
neer music pub. co. 1561 
P, 5p.. pf. 

£. Edwards, United States. C 126928, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

After long yean; by Mrs. Lona Harughty. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1562 

f°, 6 p., song. 

Mr$. L. Harughty, United States. C 
128749, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Aftonsolen; for fruntimmersroster, ord af 
Carl Boberg, mudk af J. Richer. In 
Gittet arg. xv, no. 7, Juli 1906. 1568 

4P, p. 60. 

A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis, Minn. C 
126434, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



Air eastles; Hby] Wilhelmina Puckette. 
Chicago, rioneer music pub. co. 1564 
fo, 6 p., pf. 

W. Puckette, United States. C 126939, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Albreeht (Joaohim) prinz von Prenssen. 

Im Manover; ballet in 1 aufzug. Kla- 
vierauszug. 1565 

8°, 55 p. 

W. Sulzbach (P. Lemback), Berlin, 
Germany. C 126766, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 4, 1906. 

Menuett aus dem ballef Im Manover;" 
[fiir piano.] (Musik fiir alle, 2 jahigang 
no. 23.) 1566 

4°, p. 462-64. 

UUstein & co., Berlin, Germany. C 
127349, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Aletter (W.) 

Luella; tirolienne [fur piano.] (Musik 
fiir alle, 2 jahrgang no. 23.) 1567 

4° p.466. 

Ullstein & co., Berlin, Germany. C 
127348, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Alicante; fantasia, clarinet solo [by] Ch. 

Le Thiere, arr. by G. H. Reeves 

(C. Fischer's ed. universal band jour. 

887) 1568 

4°, pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126789, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

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All I want is you; by K. A. Murphy. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1569 

f°, 6 p., 8ong. 

E. A. Murphy, Canada. C 126704, Aug. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Alone with God; [words by] E. A. Hoff- 
man, [muMc by] Tfaoro Harris. 

1570 

leaf. 

Henrv Date, Chicago, 111. C 127148, 
Aug. 9, '1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



Always in the lead; march and two step 
[by] Richard Stahl, arr. by Mackie- 
Bey er. ( J . \V . Pepper' s 20th Cen- 
tury jour.) 1571 
4° orch. pto. 

J. \V. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126666, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Ambrose (K. 8.) 

Just for to-night; [trio] arr. by Frank 
Lynes. (Octavo series women's voices 
no. 327. ) 1572 

8°, 4 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126870, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Ambroiio (A. d') 

Feuilles^parses; pour orchestre op. 33. 
no. 1: nocturne; no. 2: Gavotte et mu- 
sette; no. 3: Intermezzo; no. 4: Valse. 

1578 

f°, 8C. 7, 11, 6, 14 p. and pt«. 

Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France. C 
126853-126856, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Amerioa for freedom; march two step, by 
Henry I. Wilson piano solo. 1574 
f°, 6p. 

Thompson music pub. co., Big Run, 
Pa. C 127539, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

American (The) Chevalier; characteristic 
march & two step, Elbert N. Ripley, 
arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe. 1676 
4®, bcind, pU. 

Schubert music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 116175, Mar. 12, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

An mein bayemland; Gustave T. Heil, 
male quartet. (C. Fischer's ed. no. 
363. ) 1576 

4°, unp. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126793, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Angels (The) are waiting for me; by Mrs. 

Jay Downer. Chicago, Success 

music CO. 1677 
f°, 6 p., Bong. 

Mrs. J. Downer, United States. C 
126740, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



Angerer (Gottfried) 

Offenes geheironis; text von Hans 
Eschelbach, mannerchor op. 140. 1578 
8°. 6 p. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, 
Germany. C 127227, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 4, 1906. 

Zu schuls im kleinen friedhof-Roman- 
isches gedicht von Florian Grand, deutsch 
von G. Luck, mannerchor, op. 123. 1579 

S*', 9 p. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, 
Germany. C 127125, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 9, 1906. 

Apple (The) state! [by] Isaac Stapleton. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. oo. 

1580 

P. 5 p., song. 

I. Stapleton, United States. C 126936, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Arbor day; [words and music bv] T. B. 
Weaver. * 1581 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93314, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Armstrong (W. D.) 

Come, Jesus Redeemer; duett for 
mezzo-soprano and tenor and mixed cho- 
rus, poem by Ray Palmer. (Choir jour- 
nalno. 183a.) i682 

8°. p. 3-6. 

B. F. Wood music company, New 
York, N. Y. C 127586, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Ashford (E. L.) 

Slumber song; words by Helen A. 
Saxon. 1588 

* f°.6p. 

Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, Ohio. C 
127584, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

At Bnokroe beach; words by John J. Daly 
music by Tony Nicoletta. 1584 

f °, 6 p. 

C. W. Rex, Richmond, Va. C 127216, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Attaqne dei Vlans; grand galop militaire, 
C. Bohm, arr, by Franz Mahl. (C. 
Fit'cher'sed.) 1586 

4°, orch. pt. 

Carl Fis(;her, New York, N. Y. C 
126797, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Attention; words by Lee Chambers, music 
by W. W. Vollmar. 1586 

f°,5p. 

Thiebes, Stierlin music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127568, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 



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Awake thou that Bleepeit; [woixisby] £. E. 
Hewitt, [music by] F. Raymond. 

1687 
leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126471, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

Aylward (Florence) 

Mother of mighty sons: song no. 2 in 
C, words by May Byron. 1588 

f*». 7 p. 

Chappell <&co., ltd., rx)ndon, England. 
C 127610, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Baehmann (0.) • 

Succ^-mazurka; for the piano edited 
and fingered by James H. Rogers. 1589 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126716, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Back again to Indiana; [words by] Ger- 
trude Phebe Doerr, [music by] Eu- 
gene Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 1590 

P, 5p. 

G. P. Doerr, United States. C 126935, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Back to yon I will be coming; by Geo. H. 
Geller. Chicago, Success m uaic co. 

1591 

f®, 5 p., song. 

G. H. Geller, United States. C 127660, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Bacon (Dolores M.) 

Songs that every child should know; a 
selection of the best songs of all nations 
for young people. 1592 

129, 221 p. 

Doubledav, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 152394, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
17, 1906. 

Ball (Ernest B.) 

Love me and the world is mine, song 
with guitar ace, words by Dave Reed jr. 
arr. by J. P. and Geo. J. Trinkaus. 1598 

i°. 3 p. 

song with banjo ace. 

Marcus Witmark <fe sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 1275:^-127536, Aug. 15, 1906; 
2 c. of each Aug. 14, 1906. 

BartkAemy (Richard) 

Pesca d ' ammore ; can zone appassi una ta, 
versi di Roberto Bracco. 1594 

P. 6 p. 

0. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
126994, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 



Bartlett (Homer Kewton) 

Grande polka de concert op. 1; arrange- 
ment for p^ano four hands. 1695 

f°. 19 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York; N. Y. C 
127240, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Be strong! Be soldiers trne! [words by] 
Flora Kirkland, [music bv] Lester 
Price. * 1596 

2 leaves. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127199, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Beantifnl Bammer girl; by Claude Sim- 
mons. Chicago, Success music co. 

1597 

f°, 6 p. ffong. 

C. Simmons, United States. C 127383, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c Aug. 13, 1906. 

Beanty's eyes; F. P. Tosti, solo for comet 

or trombone (baritone) arr. by Hugo 

Wagner trombone & pf. ( C. Fischer's 

ed ) 1598 

F, 8C. 3 p, trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126817, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Becncci (Ernesto) 

Tesoro mio; valzer per canto e piano- 
forte, op. 228. 1699 

f°. 6 p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
126993, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Bee (The) that gets the honey doesn't hang 
aronnd the hive; words by £d. Rose, 
music by J. Fred Helf. 1600 

f°.5p. 

Helf & Ilager co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 127441, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Bellairs (Balph H.) 

Examination (The) candidate's com- 
plete and concise scale and arpeggio book. 

1601 

4°, 27 p. 

Enoch (fe sons, London, P^ngland. C 
127229, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Belle (The) of the Atlantic; march, two 
step, com loosed by Edward Spauld- 
ing. 1602 

F. 5 p. pf. 

K. Dehnhoff, New York, N. Y. C 
127668, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Berceuse; [by] E<ivanl Grieg, op. 38, no. 
1, revised and fingered by W. \V. 
Goldthwaite. Boston, Evans mu- 
sic CO. 1608 

f°, .'> p. pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126944, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, nK)6. 



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Berg (Albert W.) 

New themes and modern gems; selected 

and arranged for the church or parlor 

organ with new and valuable additions. 

vol. 1. 1604 

obi., 8°, 135 p. 

Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126677, Aug. 2, 1906; 2c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Berwald (W.) 

Three piano pieces. Torch -dance; 
Danse Arabesque; valse-impromptu. 

1606 

F, each 6 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York. N. Y. C 
127001-127003, Aug. 7, 1906; £ c. each 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Beyer (F.) 

March from Tannhauser, R. Wagner; 
for piano four hands op. 136, edited by 
P. W. Oren. 1606 

f°, 7 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127143, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1JK)6. 

Bidding farewell to hie beautiful Lillian; 
by Minda Jones. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1607 

f®, 5 p., song. 

M. Jones, United States. C 127417, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Binet (FrM€rio) 

Valse eolienne; pour le piano op. 76. 

1608 

f°.7p. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127436, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Birthday; by Waldo Anson. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1609 

F, 5 p., song. 

W. Anson, United States. C 127646, 
Aug. 17. 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

BlBchoff (J. W.) 

Tragedy (A); song with piano ace, 
mezzo-sop. or bar., words by John Bovle 
O'Reilly. 1610 

f°, 5 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
127008, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Bits of Broadway hits; medley overture 
arr. by Maurice F. Smith [for] 
orchestra. 1611 

4° ptu. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127454, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Bizet (G.) 

Con voi ber. Here's to you; [song 
from] Carmen, translated and adapted by 
Theodore T. Barker. Italian and English 
text. 1612 

f°, 9p. 

In renewal for 14 years from Nov. 20, 
1906. C 126631, Aug. 2, 1906. 



Biset (0.) —Continued. 

Song of the Toreador. Votre toast je 
peux vouslerendre; [song from] Carmen, 
adapted by L. C. Elson. French and 
English text. 1613 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. In 
renewal for 14 years from Oct. 18, 1906. 
C 126628, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 2, 
1906. 

Blaok diamond express march; H. A. Lyon, 
arr. by H. E. Galvin. band. 1614 

t°, pta. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126794, 4ug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Blaok eyed daisies; [words by] Mary A. 

Gibbons, [music by] Eugene Kaeuf- 

fer. 1615 

f°, 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127297, Aug. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Blakes popular piano folio. 1616 

4°, 109 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126723, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
3, 1906. 

Blate (Adam) 

Administrator (The) march. 1617 

fo 5 p., pf. 

John Church companv, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 126975, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 

Bless the Lord; [by] T. Martin Towne. 

1618 

5 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127163, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Blitz (^donard) 

Modern .(The) school of sight-singing, 
ear training and dictation. First part. 

1619 

SP, 63 p. 

E. Blitz, New Y'ork, N. Y. C 127122, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Blow the smoke away; song from The 
time, the place, and the girl, lyric 
by Will M. Hough, and Frank R. 
Adams, music by Jos. K. Howard. 

1680 
f°, 5 p. 

Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. C 
1270;i2, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Blnm (£.) 

Miller's (The) song; (Mi'iUerlied) song 
with piano ace [German text by] Car- 
men Sylva, English version by Frederick 
W. Bancroft, deep voice. 1621 

f°.6p. 

high voice. 

f°. ft p. 
C 127011-127012, Aug. 7, 1906. 



MtTSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



158 



Blum (B.) — Continaed. 

Moon-flower (The). (Blumentraum) 
Bong with piano ace. [German text by] 
Fr. Sieismund, English version by Fred- 
erick W. Bancroft. 1622 

C 127007, Aug. 7, 1906. 

My garden. (Juli) song with piano 
aca [German text by] Carmen Sylva, 
English version by Frederick VV. Ban- 
croft, high voice. 1628 

fo, 6p. 

deep voice. 

19, h p. 

C 127009-127010, Aug. 7, 1906.' 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 c. 
of each, Aug. 3, 1906. 

Blumen waits; arr. by H. Silberhom [for] 
concertina, for 94 or 102 key. 1624 
4°, unp. 

H. Silberhom, Chicago, 111. C 126865, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Blttthe (Die) der natnr; lied und jodler, 
words and music by Adam Wack- 
man. 1625 

4° 2 p. 

A. Wackman, St. Louis, Mo. C 126008, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. 

Boehe (Emeit) 

Taormina; tondichtung fur grosses 
orchester, op. 9. orchesterpatitur. 

1626 

f», 79 p. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
127353, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

BoeUmann (L.) 

Variations symphoniques op. 23; pour 
violoncelle et piano, transcription pour 
violon par Max Douner. 1627 

f*. ic., 19 p. and v. pt. 

A. Durand & tils, Paris, France. C 
127434, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Bohemian life; overture, Edw. Bergen- 
boltz, op. 19. (C. Fischer's ed. ) 

1628 

4®, oreh. pt«. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126800, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

I 

Bohm (Carl) | 

40 easy and progressive studies for the ; 
violin op. 367. Edition Schmidt no. 119. , 

1629 
4°. 31 p. 1 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126701, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 



Booth (Joiiah) 

The Lord is my strength and my 
shield ; anthem for harvest or general use. 
(Novello's octavo anthems, no. 862.) 

1680 

80, 8 p. 

Novello & CO., Ltd., London, England. 
126533, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Borowiki (FAix) 

Cantiltoe pour violon avec ace. de 
piano. 1681 

f°. 4 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa, 
C 126531, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 
1906. 

Boitonian; waltz, composed by J. W. 
Minchew. Chicago, Pioneer mtisic 
pub. CO. 1632 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

A. Anderson, United States. C 126924, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Bowman (A. 8.) 

Elite (The) orchestra collection. Ist 
violin. 1688 

8°. 40 p. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
127562, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Braokett (F. H.) 

Lord's (The) prayer; mixed voices and 
organ ace. (The Choir Journal no. 1835. ) 

1684 
8°, p. 6 and 7. 

B. F. Wood music company, New York, 
N. Y. C 127587, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Braokett (L. F.) 

In meadows green; duet. 1685 

P, 6 p., voc. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Oct. 9, 1906. 
C 126641, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Braga (0.) 

Angel's serenade; for violin and piano, 
arr. by Ambrose Davenport. 1686 

f°. ac., 5 p., and v. pt. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 127151, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 

Bridal oort^ge; by Arthur A.Clappe, Wal- 
dorf edition. In The dominant V. 
XIV, no. 4, June, 1906. 1687 

P, pf. 

A. A. Clappe, New York, N. Y. C 
124589, June 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Bright college dayi; march and two step, 
[by] F. W. Clement. 1688 

4°, band pts. 

Raymond music co., Meriden, Conn. 
C 127239, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 



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Brinkmann (Minna) 

In die feme; song without words for ' 
tbe piano, edited and fingered by Louis 
Oeeterle. 1689 j 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C I 
126719, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Xriitow (Trank L.) 

Fony-grandpa; a **fowl and out'* can- 
lata, or a chorus sketch for boys or girls , 
or both. (Children's songs and musical 
entertainments.) 1640 ' 

fo, 12 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
127538, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Little (The) secret; or, A child's queer 
dream; action song. 1641 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127618, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Brooklet (The); by Lulu La Doli Urm- 
ston. 1648 

f°, 9 p., pf. 

W. H. Willis & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
127529, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. ! 

Broiig (Moriti) 

Third mass op. 29; for mixed voices ' 
with organ ace, edited by E. J. Bieder- \ 
mann. (Fischer's edition no. 2724.) I 

1648 

8°, 82 p. i 

J. Fischer & brother, New York, N. Y. 
C 127185, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

t 
I 

Brunette (La); valse, [by] Jules Egghard, 

op. 207, no. 2, revised and fingered 

by W. W. Goldthwaite. Boston, 

Evans music co. 1644 

f°. 5 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126945, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Bryant (Harriet Crane) 

Three ballads and a waltz song, [no. 
1:] Invitation; [no. 3:] 'T was fair Octo- 
ber. Crane Institute, Potsdam, N. Y. 

1645 

4°, 19 p. 

H. C. Bryant, Potsdam, N. Y. C 118079 
and 1 18079, Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. of each July 
23, 1906. 

Bncktail (The) regiment; words by Frank 
Leon Beeby, music by Geo. Rosen- 
krans. 1646 

f °. 4 p. 

H. W. Orner, Dubois, Pa. C 127270, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 



Bnrmeiter (Willy) 

Stucke alter meister; (Selected pieces 
of old masters) fur violine und klavier 
bearbeitet. no. 9: Gavotte; von J. 8. 
Bach. no. 10: Air (auf der G saite) von 
J. S. Bach. no. 11: Menuett; von Joseph 
Haydn, no. 12: Menuett (G. dur) von 
L. von Beethoven. 1647 

f^, sc, 6, 3, 8, S, p., and v. pts. 

Schlesinger'sche buch u. musikhand- 
lung (Rob. Lienau) Berlin, Germany. 
C 127596-127599, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Bnrt (Bei^amin Hapgood) 

Robinson Crusoe's Isle; arr. for 2 
mandolins, guitar and piano ace. by 
Luigi Tozzeti. 1648 

40, pt8. 

Jos. W. Stem & co. , New York, N. Y. 
C 127520, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1906. 

Cadman (Ckai. W.) 

Fernando' s serenade, op. 23 no. 3 for 
the piano. 1649 

fo, 6p. 

Clayton F, Summy co., Chicago, III. 
C 127574, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16. 
1906. 

Cadman (Ckarlei Wakefield) 

If wings had I; song [for] high voice, 
poem by Louise Johnston. 1660 

f°. 5 p. 

Edw. Schu berth & co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127267, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906. 

Prairie sketches; a suite for the piano- 
forte op. 21. No. U Dawn; No. 2: Yuc- 
cas; No. 3: A lepend of the plains; No. 
4: Whispers of the night; the veree by 
Nellie Richmond Ebernart. 1661 

4° unp. 

W. H. Willis & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 127528, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1906. 

Calm as the night; (Still wie die nacht) 
C. Bohm, solo for cornet or trom- 
bone (baritone) arr. by Hiigo War- 
ner, trombone & pf. (C. Fischers 
ed.) 1668 

f°, sc, 3 p., trombone pt, 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126811, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



Camp (John Spencer) 

Wedding song; andante espressivo e 
cantabile for organ. 1663 

f°, 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New Y'ork, N. Y. C 
127004, Aug. 7, 11K)6; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



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155 



Can yoa forget; lyric bv J. Joseph Craw- 
ford, music by Herbert Spencer. 1654 

Thiebep, Stierlin music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127567, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
• 16, 1906. 

Carlotta waits; Coaks waltz from the 
operette "Gasparone" byMilloecker 
arr. by H. Silberhorn [for the] con- 
certina, no. 656. 1655 
4°. unp. 

Henrv Silberhorn. C 126708, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Caroo; or, Why shouldii't I love yon, if you 
love meT Written and composed by 
Alf. J. Lawrance & Harry Gifford. 

1656 

f°, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126990, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 

Cascade (La) de roiei; morceau de genre, 

[by] Joseph Ascher, op. 80, revised 

and tingered by W. W. Goldthwaite. 

Boston, Evans munic co. 1657 

P>, 9 p, pf . 

\V. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126950, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Cattle (The) guard; march, [by] G. F. 
Beucler, arr. by Lee Carleton. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 1658 
f°, 5 p„ pf. 

G. F. Beucler, United States. C 127282, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Caught in a ihower; etude, [by] Bertha 
Metzler, rev. ed. L. F. ed. graded 
coll. of modern ptandard composi- 
tions, by favorite composers, grade 
three 40. 1659 

f°. unp., pf. 

Uo. Feit«t, New York, N. Y. C 127684, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Cavalier (The); descriptive military in- 
termezzo march & two step, bv An- 
thony J. Dick. * 1660 

F, 5 p. 

A. J. Dick, Shamokin, Pa. C 126642, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Chamben (Agnee M. ) 

My lady Spring. 1661 

f°. 7 p.. nong. 

Apcherberg, Hopwood & Crew, lt<l., 
London, England. 127509, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Charge of the grenadiers; [by] Nellie 
Shannon. 1662 

f*. 7 p., pf. 

Kunkel bros., 8t. Louis, Mo. C 126626, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



Charton (0.) 

You told me . . . (Tu m'as dit . . . ) 
c^lebre valse chanted, piano seul. A. 
Ambry, Paris. 1668 

Charton, Paris, France. C 127359, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Chief (The) among ten thouiand; [words 
by] J. E. Rankin, [music by] Thoro 
Harris. 1664 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127164, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Chooie Thou for me; [words by] Horatius 
Bonar, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

1665 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127157, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Citisens (The) of the Kingdom. Rally day 
1906. New York, Eaton & Mains. 

1666 

8®, 15 p., coll. 

Sunday school union of the Methodist 
Episcopal church. New York, N. Y. A 
151790, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. 

City (The) of pearls; by J. D. Clemens. 
Chicago, Success niusic co. 1667 

t°, 5 p., .«onK 

J. D. Clemens, United States. C 
126751, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

City (The) of wasted years; song by Hugh 
Jones. Chicago, Success music co. 

1668 

f°. ;> p., Hong 

H. Jones, United States. C 126728, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Cleopatra; air de ballet from ballet music 
in Faust, Ch. Gounod, arr. by L. P. 

1 aurendeau, band. (C. Fischer ed.) 

1669 

49, pUs. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126792, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Clutsam (0. H.) 

Eastern cradle sung; no. 1 in D, words 
by D. Nelson. 1670 

'f°, 7 p. 

Elkin «fc CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126857, Aug. 6, 1906. 

In the cornfield. Vignettes; six short 
pieces for the pianoforte, no. 1: The 
parsing shepherd; no. 2: Children at 
play; no. 8: Noontide; no. 4: Children 
at rest; no. 5: Waggoner's song; no. 6: 
Homeward. 1671 

F, each 6 p. 

Klkin & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 12(;8oH-126863, Aug. 6, 1906. 

2 c. of each Aug. 6, 1906. 



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College ohmns; lyrics by Vincent Bryan, 
music by Gertrude Hoffmann. 1672 

J. H. Remick & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126697, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Come and reit; [words by] Thoro Harris, 
[music by] Joseph Bamby. 1678 
leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127154, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Coo-ooo-coo; [words by] Ed. Hehn, [mu- 
sic by] Kugcne Kaeuffer. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 1674 

f°. 6 p. 

E. Helm, United States. C 127280, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Auor. 11, 1906. 

Coquette (The); by W. E. Gipson, Chi- 
ca<;o, Success music co. 1670 

f°, 5 p.. Hong. 

W. E. Gipson, United States. C 127408, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Comoracker (The) dance; [by] F. W. 
Meachatn. L. F. ed. graded coll. 
of modern standard compositions 
favorite compoj^ers, 4th grade 81. 

1676 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127687, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Cornish's praotioal instrnotor for the reed 
organ. Cornish co., Washington, 
N. J. 1677 

4°. 143 p. 

P. F. Banes, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
153253, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Cotton blossoms; [by] J. M. Gibbons. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 1678 

fo, 7 p.. pf. 

J. M. Gibbons, United States. C 127290, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Country belle; words by R. Rollo, music 
by Metropolitan music co. New 
York, Melville music pub. co. 1679 
f°, 5 p. 

R. Rollo, San Francisco, Cal. C 124:^81, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 3i, 1906. 

Conrbon (C.) 

Cahier de devoirs; pour apprendre 
rapidement les notes de la musique; troi- 
sit^me edition revue et augmentoe par 
I'auteur. Premier cahier cU'^de sol. 1680 

12°, 20 p. 

M. Marokv, Lvon, France. C 127347, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 v. Aujj. 13, 1906. 

Crackerjack (The); inarch and two step, 
[bv] Nick Brown, arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer. (J. W. Pepper's '20th Cen- 
tury jour.) 1681 
4°, orch. pt«. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126673, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 



Crioket (The) ; [words by] William Cow- 
per, [music by] F. W. Weathoff. 



1682 



leaf. 



Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93322, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Croome (Maxwell) 

Greater and deeper; song no. 1 in D with 
violin or Velio ace. ad lib., words by 
Clifton Bingham. New York, Boosey 
& Co. 1688 

4°, 7 p. 

Enoch & sons, I^ondon, England. C 
126781, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Crowninihield (Ethel) 

Mother Goose songs for little ones. 

1684 

obi. 12°, 18 p. coll. 

Milton Bradley co., Springfield, Mass. 
A 152399, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Cnpid*8 darts; minuet, Le Rov Hartt. 

1686 

f°, 10 p., pf. 

Kunkel bros. , St. Louis, Mo. C 126623, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Cnrtiii (N. P. B.) 

Sweet by and by variations. 1686 

f° 11 p., pf. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. In 
renewal for 14 vears from Dec. 31, 1906. 
C 126630, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Danoe caprioe; [bv] Edward Grieg, op. 28, 
no. 3, revised and fingered by \V. W. 
Goldthwaite. Boston, Evans music 
CO. 1687 

f^, ft p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126946, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Dance of the bumble-bees; by (xrace Wade. 
Chicago, Succes.s music co. 1688 

f<=>. 5 p., pf. 

R. G. Wade, United States. •C 127658, 
Aug. 17, 190(5; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Danoe of the honeybells; caprice by Simone 
Mantia, piano. 1689 

f° 7 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126803, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Darkie'e longing; by C. W. C. Chicago, 
Success umsic co. 1690 

f*', 5 p., song. 

C. W. Cyphers, jr.. United States. C 
1273H5, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Darnton (Charles) 

Harvest joy; a short cantata for harvest 
or general use with hymns for the con- 
gregation. 1691 

89, 40 p. 

B. F. Wood music companv, New York, 
N. Y. C 127661, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 
15, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



157 



Sawn of liberty; R. Marshall, arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer. 1692 

4° band pte. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126669, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Say dreami; by Chauncey Olcott. 1698 
F, 6 p., song. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125807, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Say (The) of great rejoicing; words and 
music by N. W. AUphin. 1694 

8°, unp. 

Newton Washington Allphin, Weather- 
ford, Tex. C 124033, June 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 16, 1906. 

Debussy (Claude) 

Cinq poemes. (Five poems) de 

C'harles Baudelaire, English words by 

Nita Cox, deutsche uebertragung von 

M. D. Calvocoressi. Chant et piano. 

1695 
4°, »4p. 

A Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
1272aS, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

De Koven (Seginald) 

Student (The) King; selection for 
piano. 1696 

f°. 16 p. 

Jop. W. Stern & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127279, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. 

Belins (Frederick) 

Im meerestreiben; (Sea-drift.) text 
von Walt Whitman, fiir bariton solo, 
gemischten chor und orcht^ter. Voll- 
i^tandiger Klavier-auszug mit text, bearb. 
von Siegfried Fall. 1697 

4°. 89 p. 

Harmonie, Berlin, Germany. C 127228, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Dennie (Chas.) 

Rondo villageois, op. 12 no. 3. Twin 
flowers pianoforte duets. 1698 

f°.7p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126601, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Dettmetion (The) of golden gate city; 
Bong by Harriet Bridges Clary. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1699 

I®, 5 p., «ong. 

H. B. Clarv, United States. C 127421, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Bettnietion (The) of San Franeiioo; words 

by Jacob V. Gerholdt, music by 

Frances B. Howard. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1700 

l*».5p.,Bong. 

F. B. Howard, United States. C 127426, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



Destruction (The) of the city of the golden 
gate; song by L. L. Stewart. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1701 
f°, 6p. 

L. L. Stewart, United States. C 127424, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Destmotion of the golden city; song by 

Sal lie Secrist. Chicago, Success 

music CO. 1702 
f°, 6 p., song. 

S. Secrist, United States. C 126727, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Desvanz (L.) 

Drum and trumpet march. (After 
school recreations medium grade piano 
com positions. ) 1706 

f°. 3 p. 

The<3dore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127570, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Diamond waits; by M. J. Grilley. 1704 
r>, 7 p., pf. 

M. J. Grilley, Thomaston, Conn. C 
127319, Aug. 13*, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Sick (Cotsford) 

Our toys; or. Our doll's house; a fairy 
vision in one peep, libretto by W. Yard- 
ley, music by Cotsford Dick and others. 
Vocal sc. 1705 

8°, 22 p. 

Joseph Williams ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127112, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
8, 1906. 

Do not forget the old days; Words and 
music by Jean C. Havez. 1706 

f°. 5p. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127223, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

Do yon hear the yankee band; written by 
Frank Tannehill, jr., composed by 
George Rosey. 170*7 

f", 5 p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127694, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 

Doggy (The) in the yard; words and music 
by Marie Doro. 1708 

f'.Sp. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 124232, June 25, 1906, 2 c. Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Don Giovanni; grand selection from W. A. 
Mozart's opera, Theo. Moses-Tobani, 
op. 467. (C. Fischer's ed. ) 1709 
4°, orch. pts. 

Cad Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126799, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



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Don't finish before yon begin; by Mrs. Ella 
Neff. Chicago, Success music co. 

1710 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

Mrs. E. Neff, United States. C 126747, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Don't mix np with the Irish; words and 
music by Mai^uerite Gavin. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 1711 
f>, 6p. 

M. Gavin, United States. C 126927, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Don't ineese at me; words and music by 
Will O. Daly. 1712 

fo, 5p. 

W. 0. Daly, Mobile. Ala. C 124110, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Doom (The) of the golden gate at dawn of 
day; song by James F. Cassidy. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1718 

F. 6p. 

J. F. Cassidv, United States. C 127382, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Dow (Howard M.) 

Four masonic quartets or choruses for 
men's voices, with ace. ad. lib. no. 1: 
God is love; no. 2: To Him who rules be 
homage paid; no. 3: In the hour when 
death draws near; no. 4: Light glorious 
light (resi)onh«. )' ((J. Schirnier's coll. of 
octavo church music nos. 4699-4702. ) 

1714 

8°. 4, 4. 8, 3 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127626-127629, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 17, 1906. 

Down in the ihady dell; words and music 
by Geo. B. Williams. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 1715 

fo, 5p. 

G. B. Williams, United States. C 
127284, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Down npon the old Potomac; by Tane Wei- 
nier. Chicago, Success music co. 

1716 

f°, 5 p.. song. 

T. Weimer, United States. C 126726, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 190t). 

Dream (A) of home sweet home; [by] Wil- 
liam L. Thrailkill. 1717 

f°. 5 p., SOTlff. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chiciigo, 111. 126912, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Dreamland; idyl, [by] Howard Moon, 
arr. by Mackie- Beyer. (J. W. Pep- 
per's twentieth century jour. ) 1718 

4° oroh. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126676, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 



I Dreyichook (Felix) 

Gavotte in E; for pianoforte. 1719 

, f°. 6 p. 

Theodore Preiser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127572, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Gavotte in E; for the piano, edited and 
fingered by James H. Rogers. (Mor- 
ceaux de genre. ) 1720 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127677, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Drifting; reverie for the pianoforte, bv 
Le Roy Hartt. 1721 

f°, 9 p. 

Kunkel bros. , St. Louis, Mo. C 126624, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Drive the olondi away; [words by] Ada 
Blenkhorn, [music by] Howard E. 
Smith. 1722 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127202, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Dnkaa (Paul) 

Villanelle; pour cor avec accompt. d*or- 
chestre ou de piano, cor et piano. 

1723 

P, «c, n. p. and v. pt. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
126528, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Dnlcken (F.) 

Dernier (Le) sourire: (The last smile) 
par Herrn. Ad. Wollenhaupt, op. 72. 
Transposed edition. New York, Wm. 
A. Pond & CO. ' 1724 

P. 15 p., pf. 

Mrs. F. Dulcken, United States. (In 
renewal for 14 vears from Sept. 12, 1906. ) 
C 129503, Aug.'ll, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Dnncan (Edmondetonne) 

Sonata in D minor; in one movement 
for piano, op. 100. London, The Vin- 
cent music company, ltd. 1726 
f° 21 p. 

E. Duncan, England. C 126321, July 
28, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. 

Dvordk (Anton) 

Silhouette, op. 8 no. 2; [piano duet 
edited by Hans Harthan.] (Library of 
four hand music. ) 1726 

f°. 3 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127557, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Dyke (Spencer) 

Bid me to hoj)e; three songs [no. 1] 
words by Percy Addleshaw. 1727 

f°. 1-3 p! 
C 127446, Aug. 14, 1906. 



HU8I0AL COMPOSITIONS 



159 



Dyke (Spencer) — Continued. 

Dawn; three songs [no. 3] words by 
Percy Addleshaw. 1728 

fo, 6-8 p. 

C 127448, Aujj. 14, 1906. 

Question (A); three songs [no. 2] 
words by Percy Addleshaw. 1729 

t°, 4 and 6 p. 
G 127447, Aug. 14, 1906. 

Gould & CO., London, England. 2 c. 
of each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Eelioei of the Shine; medley, by S. G. 
Cook. Boston, Evans music co. 

1780 

f°. 7 p. pf . 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126952, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Bdmiaston (B. B.) 

Progressive (The) vocalist; by B. B. 
Edmiaston and A. H. Thrash with V. P. 
Wilson, C. A. Fluty and Walter Farr as 
associates. 1781 

8°. 8) p. 

B. B. Edmiaston, Hollis, Ok la. A 
152618, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Edward J. Warren' ■ guitar method, book 
no. 1. 1782 

4°. 8 p. 

Edward 8. Warren. C 126596, Aug. 1, 
1906; 2 c Aug. 1, 1906. 

Eileen aethore; by Chauncey Olcott. 1788 
F, 5 p, iong. 
C 125808, July 19, 1906. 

selelection by Chauncey Olcott. 

f°, 10 p., pf. 

C 127614, Aug. 17, 1906. 

M. Witmark A sons. New York, N. Y. 
2 c of each Aug. 16, 1906. 

Eldorey; ballet intermezzo, piano solo 
written by J. Louis von der Mehden, 
jr. 1784 

J. L. von der Mehden, jr., New York, 
N. Y. C 127248, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug, 
10, 1906. 

Blen (One) 

Wait til the work comes 'round; writ- 
ten by Charles Cornell and T. Ley bourne, 
arr. by J. Chas. Moore. 1785 

«°,4p. 

B. Feldman A co., London, England. 
C 127027, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Blk'i_ (The) parade; march, [by] C. W. 

1786 



Poe, op. 3, arr. by Carl Carlton. 



4P, btnd pte. 

C. W. Poe, Boulder, Colo. C 127268, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 



Engelbreoht (J. C.) 

Boy ( The ) and the butterfly ; for piano, 
revised and fingered by John Itzel. 1787 
f°, 7 p. 
C 127135, Aug. 9, 1906. 

Elf and fav; dance for the piano revised 
and fingered by John Itzel. 178S 

f°, 7p. 
C 127140, Aug. 9, 1906. 

I live in hope; for piano revised and 
fingered by John Itzel. 1789 

P. 7 p. 
C 127138, Aug. 9, 1906. 

Valley rivulet; polka brillante com- 
posed for the piano, revised and fingered 
by John Itzel. 1740 

f'.7p. 

Geo. Willig & oo., Baltimore, Md. C 
127137, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 9, 
1906. 

Bngelmann (H.) 

Forget-me-nots: piano four hands op. 
724. 1741 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127255, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Three miniatures for the pianoforte; 
Bohemian dance; Raillery, Scherzo ca- 
price. Gipsy life; Czardas. 1742 

f , 6, 6, 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126548-126556-126557, July 31, 1906; 
2 c. of each July 31, 1906. 

Entre none waltiee; [by] Grace Marie 
Agee. Chicago, Illinois, music 
b^k house. 1748 

«°, 8 p. 

G. M. Agee, Canton, Mo. C 127186, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Xipoeito (M.) 

Early Italian piano music; a collection 
of pieces written for the harpsichord and 
clavichord. (The musicians library. ) 

1744 

40, 180 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127232, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Eternal goodneei; [words by] John G. 

Whittier, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

2 leaves. 1745 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127159, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Expedition waltzes; composed by G. A. 
Ellis, arr. by F. W. Schultze, for cor- 
net and piano. New York, W. F. 
Shaw & Co. 1746 

S9,9p., cornet pt. 

G. A. Ellis, New York, N. Y. C 127504, 
Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



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Fade the golden beami of day; [words by] 
Ada Blenkhom, [music by] E. B. 
Phelps, an*, by Thoro Harris. 1747 
2 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. 127155, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Faithful reapers; [words by] Lizzie De 
Armond, [music by] Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. 1748 
leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127063, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Fancy free; waltz by George Warren, 
fo, 5 p., pf. " 1749 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 126706, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Fare thee well my old Kentucky; words by 
Bart. C. Costello, music by Joe Na- 
than. 1750 

f°.6p. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127050, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Farewell iweet maid; by James Mack. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1701 

F, 6 p., song. 

J. Mack, Canada. C 127604, Aug. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Fascination; song from Mam-zelle Cham- 
pagne, lyric by Edgar Allan Woolf, 
music by Cass M. Freeborn. 1752 
f>, 5p. 

Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. C 
126325, July 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Father in heaven; [by] Mozart, arr. by 
Thoro Harris. 1758 

2 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127162, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Felin (Paul) 

Classics for the young; simplified tran- 
scriptions of the favorite compositions of 
the great masters, carefully fingered and 
phrased. Four hands. 1754 

40 96 p., pf. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A 
152852, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Felton (WilUam) 

Concerto in E flat. (Old English or- 
gan music, edited by John E. West no. 
26.) 1755 

40, 14 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 126851, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

Ferrario (Pierre) 

Tendre envoi; grande valse op. 31. Sa- 
lon music fiir orcnester. 1756 
8° 22 pts. 

D. Rahter, Leipzig, Germany. C 
126780, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



Ferroni (S.) 

Bella (La) Napoli; marche i)oar piano. 
Paris, Henri Gr^h. 1757 

f^.sp. 

D. Ferroni, Paris, France. C 126986, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Figaro*! wedding; grand selection from 
Mozart's opera, Theo. M. Tobani, op. 
468. (C. Fischer's ed.) 1768 

4*', orch. pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126802, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Firit and only; song from The time, the 
place, and the girl, lyric by Will M. 
Hough and Frank R. Adams, music 
by Jas. E. Howard. 1769 

f°,6p. 

Chas. K. Harris, New York. N. Y. C 
127030, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Fisherman's Inck; by Herbert J. Kindred. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1760 

fo, 5 p., sonR. 

H. J. Kindred, UnitedStates. C 126736, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Flamm (B.) 

Aimer c'est vivre; valse pour orchestre 
complet avec piano-conducteur. 1761 
8®, pts. 

Louis Gregh, Paris, France. C 126982, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Floater's (A) song; by S. F. McGuire. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1762 

fo, 6 p., songr. 

S. F. McGuire, United States. C 
127406, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Flora; a twilight serenade, written by J. 
Louis von der Mehden, jr. 1768 

1®, 6 p., pf. 

J. L. von der Mehden, jr.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127247, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

Flower song; Gustav Lange, arr. by 
Mackie- Beyer. (20th century jour. \ 

1764 

4°, band pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
126667, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

op. 39, arr. by Hugo Wagner, trom- 
bone & pf. (C. Fischer's ed. ) 1765 
f°, 8C., 5 p., trombone pt. 
Cari Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126814, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Fog-bell's (The) warning; bv Florence 
McElhmey. Chicago, Success mu- 
sic CO. 1766 

f°, 5 p., song. 

F. McElhiney, United States. 126737, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



MUBICAL COMPOSITIONS 



161 



For baby^B lake; by £. H. Johnson. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 1767 
f*, 5 p., eong. 

£. H. Johnson, United States. C 
126925, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Forest conoert; idyl, [by] Bertha Metzler. 
L. F, ed. graded coll. of modem stand- 
ard compositions by favorite com- 
posers, grade three 41. 1768 

fo, 5 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127685, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Fonaken; (Verlassen) T. Koschat, arr. 

by Hugo Wagner trombone & pf. 

(C. Fischer's ed. ) 1769 

f°, 8C., 3 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126818, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Fonr and twenty elders; by Mrs. A. M. 
Swan. Chicago, Success music co. 

1770 

f°, 5 p., song. 

}frs, A. M. Swan, United States. C 
127399, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1806. 

Fonr-in-band march; march and two step, 
by Geoiige Braham. 1771 

fo, 5 p., pf . 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 122816, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Franck (Cisar) 

Adajio; ex trait du 3™ choral pour 
orgue; transcription pour violon, violon- 
celie et harmonium (ou orgue) par 
Gaston Choisnel. 1772 

f^, BC., 5 p. and pto. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127435, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Freseobaldi (Oirolamo) 

Camona in G minor; edited by John 
£. West. (Original compositions for the 
organ, no. 360.) 1778 

obi. iP, 8 p. 

Novello & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 127332, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Frendenberg (Wilbelm) 

Allgegenwart; furmannerchor. Gebr. 
Hug & CO., Leipzig. 1774 

8®, 6C., 11 p. and pts. 
C 126776, Aug. 4, 1906. ' 

Ave Maria; fur mannerchor. Gebr. 
Hug & 00., Leipzig. 1775 

fP, 8c., 10 p. and pts. 
C 126774, Aug. 4, 1906. 

Er iet's; fur mannerchor. Gebr. 
Hug & CO., Leipzig. 1776 

8°, BC., 7 p. and pts. 
C 126775, Aug. 4, 1906. 



Freadenberg (Wilbelm) — Continued. 

Motetten des Kaiser VVilhelm gcdacht- 
nis kirchenchors zu Berlin. No. 8: Mo- 
tette. Ich hebe meine augen auf; no. 11 
Weihnachts-motette. Gebr. Hug & co. 
Leipzig. 1777 

8P, BC., 10 p. and pts. 

C 126772, 126773, Aug. 4, 1906. 

Nordmannerlied; aus ^'Ekkehard" von 
Scheffel fiir mannerchor. Gebr. Hug 
& CO., Leipzig. 1778 

8®, KC., 7 p. and pts. 

C 126777, Aug. 4, 1906. 

W. Freudenberg, Berlin, Germany. 2c. 
of each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Fabrmeister (F.) 

Froher sinn; [fiir] piano. (Musik fiir 
alle 2 jahrgang nr. 23. ) 1779 

4°, p. 464 and 465. 

UUftein & co., Berlin, Germany. C 
127352, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Fun and fancy; waltz, by H. S. Russell. 
Boston, Sumner music pub. co. 1780 
fo 6 p., pf. 

H. S. Russell, Boston, Mass. C 126843, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Funeral marcb; for the piano, composed 
by Wladimir Ledyne. New York, 
K. Dehnhoff. 1781 

f°. 6p. 

W. Ledyne, New York, N. Y. C 127669, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Oavola (La); new round dance, invented 
by G. H. Barrett, music by Henry 
E. Pether. 1788 

f°, 4 p.. pf. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127674, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 

Oabriel (Cbai. H.) 

Living anthems for the church choir. 

1788 

8°, 191 p. 

J. H. Lamb, agt., Cleveland, Ohio. A 
152019, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Uplifted banners; a rally-day and anni- 
versary service, words by Lizzie De Ar- 
mond. 1784 

120,15p. 

Hope publishing co., Chicago, 111. A 
152734, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Oartland (Tbe); march, [by] Victor G. 
Boehnlein for orchestra. 1785 

4°. 11 pts. 

for band. 

49, 20 pts. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
127021-127022, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 3, 1906. 



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Oipiy (The) prinoe; Hungarian two-step 
intermezzo, by Theo. M. Tobani, op. 
466. 1786 

r, 6 p., pf. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126804, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Oirl (The) who ii waiting for me; wordn 
bv Florence Lindow, music by \V. D. 
Nash. Chicago, Illinois music 

book house. 1787 

P, 8p. 

F. Lindow, Ada, Minn. C 127188, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Oirl (The) you leave hehind; intro. I 
wouldn't change you sweetheart for 
a new girl now, medley march & 
two step W. O. Powell, arr. by J. 
Bode wait Lampe. 1788 

4^, band, pt8. 

G. W. Setchell, Boston, Ma-ss. C 
126586, July 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Oirle (The) are all riding itraddle; by 
Mrs. S. L. White. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1789 

f°, 4 p., Bong. 

Mrs. S. L. White, United States. C 
127667, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Olory (The) of my King; quartet for mixed 

voices, words by Palmer HartJH)ugh, 

music by G. H. Ramsey. Waco, 

Texas, The trio music co. 1790 

8°, unp. 

Geo. H. Ramsey, Lingleville, Tex. C 
123636, June 18, f906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Olory to Ood in the highest; [by] L. O. 
Knierson. 1791 

6 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127158, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

[by] Nettie Mullin. Chicago, 

Pioneer music pub. co. 1792 

t°, 5 p., song. 

N. Mullin, United States. C 126931, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Ood it calling; [words by] Sallie K. Best, 
[music by] Thoro Harris. 1798 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127196, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Ood ie watching yon; [words by] Ada 
Blenkhorn, [masic bv] Howard E. 
Smith. 1794 

leftf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127208, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Ood of heaven; [words and music by] 
Thoro Harris. 1795 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127174, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



Ood of onr eaWation; [TPords and music 
by] Thoro Harris. 1796 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127169, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Ood ponreth new glory; [words bv] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music by] Chas. H. 
Gabriel. 1797 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127060, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Ood'i own; [words by] May Louise Tib- 
bits, [music by] Ohve B. Washbume. 
(Rally day service, no. 14) 1798 

12°. p. 9. 

O. B. Washbume, New York, N. Y. 
C 124517, June 28, 1006; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Oodard (Benjamin) 

Cavalier (Le) fantastique, op. 42 no. 1, 
6itide artistique edited by Hans Harthan. 

1709 

fo, 7 p., pf. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
127556, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Ooldhy^s practical itndiei for the mandolin; 
compiled and arranged by K. D. 
Goldby. study 5-12 inc. 1900 

4°. each 3 p. 

Eli David Goldby, Paterson, N. J. C 
127108-127111. 127104, 127105-127107, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Oolden (The) pathway solo for soprano or 
tenor, arr. from Gray, by L. O. Em- 
erson. 1801 
6 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, HI. C 127165, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Oolden-rod; [words by] Lizzie De Ar- 
mond, [music by] Chas. H. Gabriel. 

1802 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127064, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Ooldie'i dream; idyl, [by] Bertha Metzler, 
L. F. graded ed. standard composi- 
tions by favorite composers. 2nd 
grade, 15. 1803 

f°, 3 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127682, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

• 

Oood-hye my little Dixie qneen; words and 
music by Eddie Cassady. Phila- 
delphia, King music co. 1804 
f*'. & p. 

E. Cassady, Philadelphia, Pa. C 126824, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



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Good nig^ht dear heart good night; [words 

by] Geo. M. Bills, [music by] Eugene 

Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 1805 

f=». 3 p. 

G. M. Bills, United States. C 126932, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Oood-night, good-night; song and dance, 
[by] Sherman Coates, arr. by R. E. 
H i Id reth for orchestra. 1 806 

4° 11 pans. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 127013, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Good night my dear, good night; words 
and music by Chas. Ovide Blakeslee, 
low voice. 1807 

high voice. 

fo, 5 p. 

C. O. Blakeslee, South Bend, Ind. C 
124850-124851, July 5, 1906; 2 c. each 
Aug. 2, 1906. 

Good old time religion; [words by] J. D. B., 
[music by] James D. Barnitz. 1808 
leaf. 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126663, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 2, 1906. 

Oottachalk (L. M.) 

Berceuse; (cradle-song) for piano op. 
47, €>dited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 

1809 

f°, 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127241, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Oottoehalt (Clara) 

Echo de la Floride; caprice tarcntelle 
op. 10 for the piano, edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. ( Morceaux de genre. ) 

1810 

f^. 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127517, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15,1906. 

Oracione Spirit, dwell with me; [words by] 
Thos. T. Lvnch, [music by] Arthur 
W. Nelson.' 1811 

8 leayefl. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127168, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Qregh (Lonis) 

Arm^ (L*) mutualiste; marche pour 
orchestre avec piano-conducteur, op. 101. 

1812 

ft° ptii. 

C 126981, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Serenade Audalouse; pour violoncelle 
avec accompagnement d'orchestre com- 
plet avec piano-conducteur, op. 107. 

1818 

C 126983, Aug. 7, 1906. 

3595— PT 3, NO 10—06 2 



Oregh (Lonifl) — Continued. 

Staccato; piece de genre pour orchestre 
complet avec piano conducteur, op. 105. 

1814 

8P, pt<i. 

C 126980, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Valse s^millante; pour orchestre com- 
plet avec piano-conducteur, op. 102. 

1815 

8° pts. 

C 126984, Aug. 7, 1906. 

L. Gregh, Paris, France. 2 c. of each 
Aug. 7, 1906. 

Orim (CarlW.) 

Musical writing book: a progressive 
course for acquinng a thorough knowl- 
edge of musical notation. Book 1. 1816 

obi. 12®, 29 p. 

Book 2. 

obi. 129, 29 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 15v)123 & 153124, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Haas (Joseph) 

Vier Meder: fiir eine singstirome mit 
Klavierbegleitung, op. 5. no, 1: Das 
hummelchen. (H. Seidel.) no. 2: Der 
verschwundene stern. (M. Claudius.) 
no. 3: An meine Konigin. (H. Seidel.) 
no. 4: In der friih', in der friih', im 
morgehrot. (C. Weitbrecht.) 1817 

f**. each 5 p. 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany. C 
127592-127595, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Haines (Herhert E.) 

All the world's a stage; song from 
'*The beauty of Bath," words by Chas. 
H. Taylor. 1818 

f>,5p. 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England. C 127507, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Hall (Marffnerite Badolyffe) 

Remembrance. ( Erinnerung. ) A set 
of three lyrics, words by Heine, English 
words by Marguerite Radclyffe Hall, 
no. 1: With thy blue eyes; no. 2: There 
lies the warmth of summer; no. 3: Wilt 
thou really thus forsake me. 1819 

f°. p. 1-.S, 4 and 6, 6-« p. 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127498-127500, Aug. 15, 1906; 
2 c. of each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Hammond (William 0. ) 

Ballad of the bony fiddler; song for 
low^ voice, poem from "Homeward 
bound" by Heine. 1880 

t°,7p. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 126974, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIE8 



Haniflch (H.) 

Weihnac'htoglucken (Die). Cbri^troaB 
chimeH; nocturne for the piano op. 84, 
edited and fingered by Louih Oesterle. 

1821 

f° 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126713, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Happy Children; [words by Fannie A. 
Bivans], [music by] F. W. Westhoff. 

1822 
leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. G 93315, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Harrii (Cnthbert) 

Weary of earth and laden with my 
sin; anthem for solo quartet and chorus, 
words by S. T. Stone. (Choir journal 
no. 184.) 1823 

8°, 8 p. 

B. F. Wood music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 127559, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Hanh wordi; by Mrs. Thos. McQuarrie. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1824 

1°, 6 p., 8ong. 

Mrs. T. McQuarrie, Canada. C 127329, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Harveit time; [words by] Thomas Hast- 
ings, [music by] Ira B. Wilson. 

1825 

2 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127170, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

HaBlesplitter; a ragtime novelty, [by] 
Chas. Pigg. Chicago, Pioneer mu- 
sic pub. CO. 1826 

P,6p. 

C. Pigg, United States. C 127281, Aug. 
11, 1900; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

He died for me; [words by] Richard 
Venting, [music by] Alice E. Sum- 
ner. 1827 

2 leaves. 

Henry Dat«, Chicago, 111. C 127147, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

He pnrohased life for me; [words by] C. 
M. Keach, [music by] A. E. Bloom. 

1828 

leaf. 

A. E. Bloom, Monticello, Wis. C 
127690, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Hear the call; [words by] Thoro Harris, 
[music byj Chopin, arr. by T. H. 

1829 

3 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127160, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



Hearta of gold; waltzes by Arthur Bell- 
inger. 1830 

f°, 5 p.. pf. 

A. Bellinger, Battle Creek, Mich. G 
100441, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Heine (Carl) 

Y vette; operette in einem, akt, freinach 
dem FranzosLschen des Arthur Vemeuil 
von Karl Lentz. Vollstiiudiger Klavier- 
auszug mit gesungenen und gespro- 
chenem tent. 1831 

4°. 52 p. 

Carl Heins, Berlin, Gennany. C 
127126, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Henielt (Adolf) 

Chant sans paroles in B min. op. 33 
for pianoforte. 1882 

f°. ft p. 

(t. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. G 
127516, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Her laddie; by I. Dunleith. Cliicago, 
Success muHic co. 1833 

f°, ft p., song. 

Mrs. M. M. Walker. United States. C 
127045, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Here oomea that Georgia minstrel ban*; 
written and composed by Edward 
Rose. 1834 

fo,5p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127692, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 

High life; march, Ren^ L. Becker. 1835 

f°, 7 p., pf. 

Kunkel bros. , St. Louis, Mo. C 126625, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

mile (Onitay) 

Violin studies; op. 47, 12 technical 
studies. 1836 

f°. 20 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
127453, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Hinricha (Angnst) 

Mazurka in D minor op. 2; for violin 
with accompaniment of piano. 1837 

f°. w.. 7 p. and v. pt. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127244, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

His reit shall be glory; by Llewellyn 
Odell Moore. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1838 

fo 4 p., song. 

W. D. Moore, United States. C 127044, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



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165 



[its (Frans) 

Merry (The) mill; (Joyeux moiilin.) 
piano op. 203, edited and fingered by 
Hans Lichter. (Attractive teaching 
pieces, third series. ) 1889 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127257, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906. 

Holl&Lder (Victor) 

Frilhlingslied; (Spring song) in the 

form of an etude op. 3 no. 1 for the piano, 

e<lited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 

(Morceaux de genre. ) 1840 

f. 5p. 

a Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127513, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Holy, holy, lord Ood of hoits; [by] Geo. 
Marks Evans. 1841 

2 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127167, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Honest (The) hut hard working man; by 
Johanne Simones. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1842 

f°. 6 p., .SODg. 

J. S. Boone, Canada. C 127606, Aug. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

H9r, Ond, min hon! musik af Jos. Bjorn. 
[Gittit] 1848 

4°, p. 63. 

J. Bj(5m, Minneapolis, Minn. C 
126436, July 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

How many girls have yon told that to T [by] 
William Trokie and Rose Monroe. 

1844 

P, 5 p. , aong. 

L. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127049, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Howe (Baymond) 

lone; intermezzo for the pianoforte. 

1845 

f°. Bp. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126549, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Hoytono; Japanese intermezzo, Roger N. 
Daboll, arr. by Fred C. Wight. 1846 
4° orch. pts. 

Vogue music pub. co., New London, 
Conn. C 126825, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
4,1906. 

Hnhn (Bmno) 

I arise from dreams of thee; song with 
piano ace. high in E fiat, words by Percy 
Byasbe Shelley. 1847 

f°. 4 p. 

O. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127006, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



Hnrd (Ethel Henderson) 

Play time songs. 1848 

obi. 12°, 39 p. coll. 

Milton Bradley co., Springfield, Mass. 
A 152398, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Hymn (A) of praise; [words by] Oliver 
Huckel, [music by] David Allen. 

1849 

leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126473, Julv 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

I aint goin' hack to Baltimo' no mo*; coon 
song by Shep Edmonds. 1860 

f°, 5 p. 

J. H. Remick & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126698, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

I am trne; words by J. M. Bennett, music 
by Chas. E. Bray. 1861 

f°, unp. 

John Marshall Bennett, Tocoma, Wash. 
C 126830, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 

I conld learn to love yon; [by] Keith & 
Kemble for song orchestration. 1868 

80.pta. 

WalterJacobs, Boston, Mass. 0127015, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

I'd rather he a lamp-post in Hew York; 
words by Sam Lewis, music by Joel 
P. Corin. 1868 

f°. 5 p. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127222, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

I fear thoie wedding helli will never ring 
for me; by Arlia A. Froman. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1864 
F, 6p., eong. 

A. A. Froman, United States. C 127404, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

I know I'm not yonr first sweet heart, hut 
let me he yonr last; words by Will A. 
Heelan, music by Ed. Rosenbaum, 
jr. 1866 

i«,6p. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 127219, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

I'll he waiting for yon here in the dell; by 

Mrs. Isabelle C. House. Chicago, 

Success music co. 1866 

f°, 5p., song. 

Mrs. I. C. House, United States. C 

127386, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

ril never love another; by Gussie McMil- 
lan. Chicago, Success music co. 

1867 

f°, 4 p., song. 

G. M cMillan, United States. C 126741 , 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



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I love the ttan and stripei, a flag song, 
words and music by Jessie L. Gaynor. 

1868 

4°, 5 p. 

J. L. Gaynor, St. Joseph, Mo. C 
126619, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

I love you all the time; by John A. Sulli- 
van. Chicago, Success music co. 

1859 
F, 5 p., song. 

J. A. Sullivan, United States. C 
127:i90, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

I love you now; words by Hugh Conway, 
music by Ion Arnold. 1860 

f°. 4 p. 

F. G. Thearle & co., Chicago, 111. C 
127322, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Vm Just a ragged newsboy, but I love her 
juit the same; words bv John B. 
Gardner, music by F. J. Brown. 

1861 

f>, 6p. 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127664, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

I never can forget you dear; words by \V. 
L. Werden, music by Fred*k E. 
Gladdish. 1862 

fo, 6 p. 

Victor Kremer co., Chicago, 111. C 
126868, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

I never thought I'd ever fall in love; words 

by John S. Casper, music by Lee 

Carleton. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 1868 

f^'.Sp. 

J. S. Casper, United States. C 126934, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

I'se a walkin' ; by Edgar C. Mason. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1864 
f°, 6p., song. 

E. C. Mason, United States. C 127389, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

I think you're tuch a dear; [by] Laura C. 
Dunning. 1865 

f°, 5 p., song. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 126916, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

I trygghet; ord af Aster, musik af Julius 
Dahlof. In Gitt<5t arg. XV, no. 7, 
Juli 1906. 1866 

4<5 p. 60. 

J. Dahlof, Muskegon, Mich. C 126435, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

I've grown so fond of you; [by] Lawrence 
B. O'Connor, arr. by R. E. Hildreth 
for song orchestration. 1867 

8°, 11 pt8. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
127018, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



I've the daily of the daiaiee; by Mrs. 

Joseph Stormer. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1868 

fo, 5 p.. 8ong. 

Mrs. J. Stormer, United States. C 
126731, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

I was glad; arr. and partly composed by 
J. H. Tenney. 1869 

2 leaves, rang. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127161, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

I will go unto the altar; [by] J. H. Ten- 
ney. 1870 
2 leaven, 8ong. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, III. C 127156, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

I will love the lord; [w^ords by] Ada 

Blenkhom, [music] arr. by Thoro 

Harris. 1871 
2 leaves. 

Hojie pub. CO., Chicago, III. C 127172, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

I will praiie Thee; [by] Ira 6. Wilson. 

187S 
4 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, III. C 127175, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

I wonder; written by Cyril Foley, com- 
posed by Alfred Cammeyer. 1878 

F, 4 p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126991, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 

I wonder what we*d do without our girlil 
written and composed by J. F. 
Lambe. 1874 

P, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126647, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2,1906. 

If he only knew; by Minnie Wuertley. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1875 

t°, 5 p., song. 

M. Wuertley, United States. C 127397, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

If I could only greet her once again; words 
bv Joe Conrov, music by Jeanette M. 
McGlinchy. 1876 

f°, op. 

Henrv Krev music co., Boston, Mass. 
C 127092, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

If I only had the nerve; words and music 
by Vincent Bryan. 1877 

f°, 5 p. 

J. H. Reinick & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126759, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



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167 



If I were only a Ood-head; by Arthur C. 
Tobin. Chicago, Success music co. 

1878 

f°, 5 p., K>ng. 

A. C. Tobin, United States. C 126733, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Immigrant (The); by Henry Hannusch. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1879 

f°, 4 p., Bong. 

H. Hannusch, United States. C127648, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Impromptu; [by] Hugo Reinhold, op. 28, 
no. 3, revised and fingered by J.^H. 
Ripley. Boston, Evans music co. 

1880 

f®. 11 p., pf. 

\V. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126951, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

In among the grape Tinei; by Olive Corne- 
lius. Chicago, Success music co. 

1881 

F, 6 p., song. 

O. Cornelius, United States. C 127428, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

In an old Kentucky dell; by Joseph Wayne 
Sims. 1882 

f°, 5 p., song. 

Success music co., Chicago, III. C 
127451, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

In de watermelon rind; words by Mrs. M. 
V. Jlapeman, music by W. L. Need- 
ham. Chicago, Illinois music book 
house. 1883 

«**. 3p. 

Mrs. M. V. Hapeman, Neredah, Wis. 
C 127195, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

In mid-winter; by F. B. Williams. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1884 
f°, 4 p., song. 

F. B. Williams, United States. C 127401, 
Aug. 13» 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

In my dear old Southern home; by Marie 
F. Puth. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 1885 

f°, 5 p., mng. 

M. F. Puth, United States. C 127655, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

In my home down by the Swanee far away; 
by D. J. Hoolahan. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 1886 
f*. 5 p.. eong. 

D. J. Hoolahan, United States. C 
127423, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

In my old iweet Illinois home; words and 
music by Edward G. Hayne. 1887 

(o, 6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127299, Aug. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 



In my pagoda; written and composed by 
C. W. Murphy & George Arthurs. 

1888 

19, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126646, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

In my vacation time; waltz song, words bv 
Ethel Lynda Smith, music by J. Ea- 
ward Williams, Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 1889 

fo,6p. 

E. L. Smith, United States. C 126920, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

In the tiny Comere; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music bv] Cnas. H. 
Gabriel. 1890 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127059, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

In the twilight; by George L. W^ood. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1891 

f°, 4 p., song. 

G. L. Wood, United States. C 126739, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Indy (Vincent d') 

Fervaal; prelude du l""^ acte, transcrip- 
tion pour violon, violoncelle et harmo- 
nium (ou orgue) par Gaston Choisnel. 

1892 

f, sc., 4 p. and pts. 

transcription & 2 pianos 4 mains. 

f°. 17 p. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127432-127433, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 14. 1906. 

Irish hymn; by Chas. Reynolds. Chi- 
cago, Suceei's music co. 1898 

fo. 5 p., .vong. 

C. Reynolds, United States. C 127653, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

If there a comer in heaven for meT words 
and music by Wm. Thomas. Phi la. 
The Metropolitan music nouse. 1894 
f', 6p. 

W. Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127025, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

It ii hetter to have loved and lost than not 
to have loved at all; from the opera 
Rosalie; or. The Japanese fairies, 
words and music by Willard Spenser. 

1895 

P>,5p. 

W. Spenser, Wayne, Pa. C 116802, 
Mar. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



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It's lonesome to-night; song from The 
time, the place, and the girl, lyric 
by Will M. Hoiiffh and Frank R. 
Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard. 

1896 
f°. 5 p. 

Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. C 
127029, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Jaoobsohn (Margaret) 

Mazurka in A; for violin with accom- 
paniment of piano. 1897 
f° 80., 7 p. and v. pt. 

G. Sohirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127243, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Jarratt(Lita) 

Autumn (An) ride; hunting song. 

1898 

f.7p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, Plngland. 
C127231, Aug. 10, 1906; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Jeg er saa lykkelig; [words by] Thos. Nel- 
son, [music by] D. O. Teasley. 1899 
leaf. 

T, Nelson &D. O. Teaslev, St. Paul Park, 
Minn., and New York, N. Y. C 126893, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Jenkins (Robert 0. ) 

Christ the child; song for low voice. 

1900 
f°.7p. 

John Church companv, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 126973, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 

Jessie dear, I love yon; by Vivian Proctor, 
Chicago, Success music co. 1901 

f°.5p. 

Violet Piatt, Canada. C 127038, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Jesus, my Lord my love; words and music 
by D. A. Perrin. Cincinnati, The 
(ieo. Jaberg music; co. 1902 

f°. 5p. 

D. A. Perrin, Normal, III. C 124234, 
June 25, 1906; 1 c. June 25, 1906: 1 c. Julv 
5, 1906. 

Jesns says: I love yon; [words by] Sallie 
K. Best, [music by] Lester Price. 

1908 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 1272C4, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Johanning (Panl F.) 

Gay (The) dandelion; gavotte. Flower 
piece for piano. 1904 

f°, 5 p. 

White-Smith music publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. C 127378, Aug. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



Johnson (Koel) 

Love's waking; song, no. 1 in C 
(original) words by Elphinstone Thorpe. 

1906 

P. 6 p. 

C 127607, Aug. 17, 1906; c. Aug. 17, 
1906. 

Remembrance: song no. 1 in A flat 
original key, words by H. E. Garden. 

1906 
f°. 3p. 

C 126597, Aug. 1, 1906. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. 2 c. of 
eath Aug.. 1, 1906. 

Johnson ( Rosamond ) 

Come; fill your glass and drink with 
me; drinking song, words by J, W. 
Johnson, arr. by Audor Pinter. 1907 

SP, pp 2S and 29. 

C 127525, Aug. 15, 1906. 

Hymn to Bacchus: words by J. W. 
Johnson, arr. by Audor Pinter. 1908 

8°. p. 29. 

C 127526, Aug. 15, 1906. 

Jos. VV. Stern & co., New York, N. Y, 
2 c. of ea<^h Aug. 15, 1906. 

Join the Captain's band; [words by] Lizzie 
De Annond, [music by] Charles H. 
Gabriel. 1909 

leaf. 

Hope pub, CO., Chicago, III. C 127057, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Jones (Sidney) ft Tonrs (Frank E.) 

See-See; new Chinese comic opera in 
two acti^, book by Chas. H. E. Brookfield, 
lyrics by Adrian Rosa and r*ercy (Treen- 
bank. Vocal score. London, Keith, 

Prowse & CO. lt<i. 1910 

4^, 164 p. 

Sidnev Jones, London, England. C 
126442, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

Joyftilly; [words by] Ada Blenkhom, 
[music by] Lester Price. 1911 

leaf. 
C 127205, Aug. 9, 1906. 

Joyously sing! [w<»rds by] Flora Kirk- 
land, [music bv] Howard E. Smith. 

1918 

leaf. 

C 127209, Aug. 9, 1906. 

Mever & bro., Chicago, III. 2 c. of each 
Aug. 9, 1906. 

Jnst a letter that mother wrote; [words by] 

Peter Bachmann, [music by] Lee 

Carleton. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 1918 

fo 5 p. 

P. Bachmann, United States. C 126937, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



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169 



Jntt as the leaves begin to fall; by Isaac 
W. Thompson. Chicago^ Success 
music CO. 1914 

f , 5 p., song. 

I. W. ThompFon, United States. C 
126753, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Just because it reminds me of yon; words 
bv G. F. Perkins, music bv Harrv J. 
iforton. 1916 

f°, 5 p. 

Henry Krey music oo., Boston, Mass. 
C 127091, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Jnst keep a' traveling; words by John 
Irvine, music by John Hohnes. 1916 

f°. 5 p. 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127563, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 



1917 



in (C. Harry) 

luiiian summer waltzes. 

fo, 7 p.. pf. 

Oliver Ditson companv, Boston, Mass. 
C 127256, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906. 

Katie; [by] Bert Potter, arr. by R. E. Hil- 
dreth for song orchestration. 1918 

8°, 11 pts. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 127019, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Kessel (Geo.) 

100 (Der) psalm; ein fest gcsang fur 
mannerstimmen. 1919 

8°, 7 p. 

Cieo. Kessel. Dubuque, Iowa. C 1 25363, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Kidoo skidoo; words and music by Flor- 
ence Howard and E. W. (Person. 

1920 

r>. 6p. 

Vaux music co., inc., Detroit, Mich. 
C 126958, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Kiver np yo* bead my little lady; lullaby, 
words by Paul Lawrence Dunbar, 
music by H. J. Schonacker. 1921 

John E. Schonacker, Dayton, Ohio. 
C 127439, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. 

Xmoeb (Fr.) 

(Continental (The) pneumatic, march; 
[and] Romance; edited by R. Tanner. 
(Harmonie M. U. no. 22.) 1922 

obi. 24°, band pts. 

Moymfr Urbdnek, Prague, Bohemia. 
C 127603, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 



Kooian (Jaroslav) 

Serenade; fiir violon & pianoforte, 
revidiert von Chr. Petersen. Fr. A. 
Urbdnek, Praze. 1928 

P, 13 p. 

Breitkopf & H artel, I^ipzig, Germany. 
C 127591, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Kom idag; [words by] Thos. Nelson, 
[muHic by] D. O. Teasley. 1924 

leaf. 

T. Nelson & D. O. Teasley, St. Paul 
Park, Minn., & New York, N. Y. C 
126887, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Krakowiak no. 2; Polish national dance, 
arr. by H. Silverhorn [for] concer- 
tina. 1925 
leaf. 

H. Silverhorn, Chicago, 111. C 126866, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 

Kroeger (E. B.) 

Symbols; words by Wm H. Gardner. 

1926 

f°, 3p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126554, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Knmmer (D. F. A.) 

Escuela d,e violoncela para la enseiianza 
primaria op. 60. revisada y publicada 
por Bernardo Schmidt. Tecera edici6n 
corregida y aumentada. 1927 

f°. 108 p. 

Frederico Hofmeister, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 127354, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Lacoste leona 
Apple blossoms; for pianoforte. 1928 
!^, 7 p. 
C 126784, Aug. 4, 1906. 

Mimosa; for pianoforte. 1929 

f°. 7 p. 
C 126785, Aug. 4, 1906. 

Vegile d' amour. Vigil of love; for piano- 
forte. 1980 

f°, 7 p. 

W. Morley & co., London, England. 
C 126783, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 
1, 1906. 

Ladies (The); Leo W. Wright, arr. by 
Thaler. 1981 

4°, orch. pta. 

L. W. Wright, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126686, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

lady Bonntifnl; words by Eddie Dustin, 
music bv Edwin J. Now. 1982 

Thieben-Stierlin music co., St. I^uis, 
Mo. C 127565, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 



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Lambert (Frank) 

Bid you good morrow; 8ong no. 3 in 
F, words by Harold Simpeon. 1988 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 1266^9, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Hab! mich, lieb! (Caressante) lied fur 
eine singstimme mit begleitung dee 
pianoforte, Deutecher text von Paul 
Grossmann, Franzoeischer text von 
Maurice Farkoa. 1984 

f°. 5p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126543, July 31, 1906: 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

O heedless flower; words by Julian 
Gade, in F. 1986 

t°, 3 p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 

126538, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

When love bends low; words by Julian 
Gade, in F. 1986 

fo, 3p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126540, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Yesterday; words by Edward Tesche- 
macher, in F. 1987 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 

126539, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Laud of romance; serenade by Karl L. 
HoBchna. 1988 

fo, 18 p., pf. duet. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 126603, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Lange (Gnstav) 

Rustling leaves; for the piano, op. 294, 
reviped and fingered by John Itzel. 1989 

f°,7p. 

C 127136, Aug. 9, 1906. 

Wild-rose; for the piano, op. 304, re- 
vised and fingered by John Itzel. 1940 
f°, 7 p. 

Geo. Willig & co., Baltimore, Md. C 
127141, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 9, 
1906. 

Langhelnrich (George) 

Fuenf lieder; fuer eine f^ingstimme 

und klavier op. 1, no. 1: In der stille; 

no. 2: Frage; no. 3: Das grab; no. 4: 

Duerfte nicine seele; no. 5: Rat. 1941 

f°, 3 p. each. 

Dreililien verlag, Berlin, Germany. 
C 126761-12676,5, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 4, 1906. 

Laughing eyes; intermezzo two-step, ])v 
L. F. Stevens. 1942 

f°, unp. pf. 

Koninsky music co., Trov, N. Y. C 
122389, May 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



LasaruB (CKittav) 

Ton ( Ein ) ; praeludium [far piano.] 
(Musik fiir alle. 2. Jahrgang nr. 23.) 

1943 

4°, p. 462 and 468. 

Cllstein & CO., Berlin Germany. C 
127351. Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13,1906. 

Lead kindly light; words by Mrs. Mary H. 
Havener, music by R. L, Nash. 
Chicago, Illinois music book house. 

1944 

F,3p. 

M, H. Havener, Malta, Ohio. C 127189, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Leading the way; sentimental ballad, by 
Mrs. V. V. Russell, Fresno, Calif., 
Falkenstein music co. 1946 

fo, 6p. 

}frfi. V. V. Russell, Fresno, Cal. C 
126400, July 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Leary's alleyway; [bv] Chas. H. Coles arr. 
by Herman Beflstedt. 1946 

4°, band pts. 

Charles H. Coles, Middletown, Conn. 
C 127457, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906. 

Lege (Wilhelm) 

Susse heimath. My native land; for 
the piano, edited and fingered bv Louis 
Oesterle. " 1947 

f°. 5p. 

(t. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126715, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Lejeal (Alois F.) 

Second mass in E fiat; with Latin and 
English words, English text by J. C. 
John.«>on. 1948 

8°. 96 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from Nov. 20, 
1906. C 126634, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

Lent (Ernest) 

Two piano compositions, no. 1: Rose- 
mary; no. 2: Lullaby. 1949 
f°, each 5 p. 

W\ H. Willis & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 127531-127532, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c, of 
each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Leoncavallo (B.) 

Pagliacci (Punchinello) drama in two 
acts, English version by Henry Grafton 
Chapman. Prologue; baritone in C. 

1950 

F, 15 p. 

Arioso; tenor. 

f°. 5 p. 

(t. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127678-127679, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 18, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



171 



IiMohetisky (Th.) 

Sextette; Andante-finale from Lucia ' 
di I^mmermoor for the left hand alone, , 
revised, edited and fingered by Anthony 
Stankowitch. * 1961 

f°, V p.. pf. I 

Theodore Presaer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126551, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 
1906. 

Let mj soul be white ; [words by] Jennie 
Wilflon, [music by] Thoro Harris. 

1962 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Cliicago, III. C 127207, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Let's go out to the roller rink ; words bv 
Eddie Dustin, music by J. O. Wil- 
liams. 1968 

f°, 5p. 

Thiebes, Stierlin ^lusic co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127566, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

liddle (Samael) 

Lord's (The) prayer; set to music for 
four voices in unison, with organ 
accompt. 1964 

8°. 4 p. 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
126648, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

life's pathway ; words by W. M. Slattery, 
music by I^e Carleton. Chic^o, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 1966 

F,6p. 

W. M. Slattery, United States. C 
127285, Aug. 11. 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

light (The) in the window's not burning 
forme; by Pearl Savage. Chicago, 
Success music co. 1966 

1°, 5 p., song. 

P. Savage, United States. C 126754, 
Aug. 3, 15K)6; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

lillipntian ( The ) police ; words by Charles 
Noel Douglas, music by Karl L. 
floschna. 1967 

4°, 5 p. 

M. Witinark A sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 126654, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Lineke (Fanl) 

Taschen-tanz-album. 3 band, fur pi- 
anoforte. 1968 
obi. 24°, 44 p. 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Germany. C 
127127, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Lindy Ln; by J. A. Pickett. Chicago, 
. Success inusic co. 1969 

f°,Bp. 

James Andrew Pickett, Tazewell, Va. 
C 124592, June 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 
1906. 1 



Lion (The) and the monse; waltzes, com- 
posed by Theo. Bendix. 1960 

f°, 9 p., pf. 

T. Bendix, New York, N. Y. C 126755, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Lipton's grit; two step intermezzo, by 
Margaret E. Heenan. 1961 

F, 5 p., pf. 

M. E. Heenan, Ithaca, N. Y. C 126424, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. 

LitUe (The) babbler (Le petite babillard) 
scherzino, [byl Jules Egghard, op. 
51, revised and fingered oy VV. W. 
Goldthwaite. Boston, Evans music 
CO. 1962 

f°. 6 p., pf. 

VV. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126943, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Little (The) brown ohnrch; [words by] 

,. ri. 



Thoro Harris, [music] arr. by T. 



leaf. 



1968 



Mever & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127200, 
Aug. *9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Little Flo; words and music by Grace 
Brazena. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 1964 

P, 5p. 

G. Brazena, United States. C 126941, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Little footsteps; [by] Bertha Metzler. 
L. F. graded edition standard com- 
positions by favorite composers. 2nd 
grade, 19. ' 1966 

F, 3 p.. pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127683, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Little (A) girl like me; from His honor 

the mayor; or The pink hussars, [by] 

Alfred E. Aarons, arr. by T. P. and 

(Jeo. J. Trinkaus. 1966 

fo, tnand. oreh. pts. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 127363, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Little Jack Homer; march and two step, 
composed by Will O. Daly. 1987 
fo 6 p., pf. 

W. O. Daly, Mobile, Ala. C 124108, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Little sweetheart; song and dance schot- 
tische, Mackie-Beyer. 1968 

4°, orch. pt«. 

J. VV. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126671, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Little violets peeping through the snow; by 
Seima L. Jester. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 1969 

f°, 5 p., song. 

S. L. Jester, United States. C 127403, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRiaHT ENTRIES 



Lloyd (ThomM J.) Jr. 

Caprice; for piano revised and fingered 
by John Itzel. 1970 

F.5p. 

Geo. Willig & co., Baltimore, Md. C 
127142, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Loongt bloMoms; by Mrs. W. J. Mulligan. 
Chic'ago, Success music co. 1971 

f°. 6 p.. pf. 

Mrs. W. J. Mulligan, United States. 
C 126743, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Ldhr (Hermann) 

Alone; song, words by Arthur R. Cleve- 
land, no. 3 in F. 1972 
f°, 3p. 
C 126537, July 31, 1906. 

Oh! To forget; song, words by Edward 
Teschemacher. no. 1 in D flat. 1973 

f°. 4 p. 

Chapi)ell & CO., London, England. C 
126544, Jul V 31, 1906; 2 c. of each July 31, 
1906. 

Lone (The) child; by PMwin Fauihafer. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1974 

f°, 5 p., song. 

E. Fauihafer, Canada. C 127605, Aug. 
17, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 17, 1906. 

Lords and ladies; novelette by Gustave 
Salzer. 1976 

P, 7 p.. pf. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125077, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Lonmey (Angnst) 

Bridal chorus from Lohengrin; Richard 
Wagner, transcription for piano, edited 
and fingered by Hans Lichter. 1976 

f^. 3p.' 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston Mass. C 
127252, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Love dreams; Ivric by Jean Lenox, music 
by Harry O. Sutton. 1977 

f*».5p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 123717, June 18, 1906; 2c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Love the conqneror; by Harriet M. L. 
Jumper. Chicago, Success music 

CO. 1978 

F, ft p.. song. 

H. M. L. Jumper, United States. C 
126742, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, UK)6. 

Lovers flirting over the wire; [wonLs by] 

Ella Coleman, [music by] W. E. Duf- 

fell. Chicago, Pioneer music pub. 

CO. 1979 

f° 8 p. 

E. Coleman, United States. C 126929, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



Love's first grief; composed by J. R. Hen- 
dricks. Memphis, The Excelsior 
music CO. 1980 

F, 7 p., pf. 

J. R. Hendricks, Paducah, Kv. C 
127318, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13,'l906. 

Love's melody; [by] Blakely. 1981 

f*>. 5 p., Hong. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 126908, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Love's snare; by Georgia Hixson. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1988 

P. 5 p.. ftonR. 

Mrs. M. (irey, United States. C 126729, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 3, 1906. 

Love's telegraphy* [words by] MaryHeus- 

tis Fawcett, [music * by] Eugene 

Kaeuffer. Cnicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 1988 

f°, ft p. 

M. H. Fawcett, United States. C 
126942, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

L5w (Joseph) 

Festival march; for the piano, edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. (Mor- 
ceaux de genre) 1984 

fo, 5 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y, C 
127515, Aug. 15, nX)6; 2 c, Aug. 15, 1906. 

Lncindy Bhake; words and music by Edw. 
L. Sims. ■ 1985 

f^. ft p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., <^hicago, 111. 
C 127295, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. 

Last (L.) 

Moskowa (La): danse enfantine poor 
piano. 1986 

P. 3 p. 

Soci(!^te an on y me d'Mitions chor^- 
graphiques, Paris, France. C 127368, 
Aug. 13, 1^)06; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Lynes (Frank) 

Night (The) has a thousand eyes; 
words by F. W. Bourdillon. (Octavo 
series men's voices no. ,'i32. ) 1987 

^, 3 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126874, Aug. 6, 190(); 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

XacDowell (Edward) 

In pa.s8ing moo<ls; album of selected 
pianoforte compositions. (Edition 
Schmidt no. 118.) 1988 

4°, 81 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126876, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 



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178 



Kadril^na; fantaisieEspagnole, [by] Paul 
Wachs, revised and fingered by 
W. VV. Goldthwaite. Boston, Ev- 
ans music CO. 1989 
f°, 9p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126948, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Kaleolm (Jeanne) 

Keeper of my heart; song, words by 
Mary d. MacMuUan, no. 1 in D. New 
York, Boosey & co. 1990 

f°, 7 p. 

Enoch & sons, London, England. C 
126536, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Mallinaon (Albert) 

In the pinewoods; words by Herbert 
Hailstone. (Lieder, Ist series no. 14.) 

1991 
f°. B p. 

Frederick Harris co., London, England. 
C 127555, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Mama, would yon carel by Dougherty. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1992 

P. 5 p., son.K. 
3/rs. Ed. Dougherty, United States. C 

127654, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Xama't old maid; by Walter Batchelor. 
Chicago, Success music co. 1998 

f°, 5 p., song. 

W. Batchelor, United States. CI 2741 8, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Kamie Koore; [words by] Bert Miller, 
[music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 1994 
F. 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126918, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Xarch of the merry maidens; by Lottie 
Wood Hurst. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 1995 

f°. 5 p.. P^ 

L, W. Hurst, United States. C 126930, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Marian; by Ine Phoebe Linscott. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 1996 

t°, 5 p., BODg. 

1. P. Linscott, United States. C 1 27405, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Kargnerite; words by Daisie Barclay, 
music by Lee Carleton. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 1997 

I°.3p. 

D. Barclav, United States. C 127291, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Karly (Jaeqnes) 

Libellule; valse caprice pour piano. 

1998 

I', 5 p. 

C 127343, Aug. 13, 1906. 



Marly ( Jacqnei ) —Continued . 

Oil vas-tu; valse triste, piano seul. 

1999 

f°, 5 p. 

C 127344, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Si je n'ai ton amour; valeelente, piano 
seul. 2000 

f°, 6p. 

C 127346, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Souvenirs; valse. 2001 

f°, 6p.. pf. 

C 127345, Aug. 13, 1906. 

L. Grus & cie., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each Aug. 13, 1996. 

Martin (Robert Charles) 

Sim pi ice; 3""^ valse lente pour le piano, 
op. 32. 2002 

f«. 6 p. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
126615, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Mary Jane; [by] Ursula Flot. 2008 

f° 5 p., Hong. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127296, Aug. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Maryland; with variations for different 
instruments, by T. V. Short. (C. 
Fischer's ed.) 2004 

4°, orch., pt8. 

Carl Fis<>her, New York, N. Y. C 
126801, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Mascagni (Pietro) 

Four intermezzos for piano; edited by 
H. M. Higgs. Koma's song of Hope; 
The valley of the shadow; Sunlight and 
Shadow; Heart of my heart. 2006 

f°, 9, 5, 5, 9 p. 

C 126961-126964, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Love's eternity; song edited by H. M. 
Higgs, words by Hall Caine. 2006 

1^. 9 p. 
C 126960, Aug. 7, 1906. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 2 c. of each Aug. 7, 1906. 

Massa'g in de cold ground; S. L. Foster, 
arr. by Hugo Wagner, trombone or 
baritone & pf. (C. Fischer's ed.) 

2007 

P. sc, 6 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126820, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Massenet (J.) 

Airde ballet; no. 2of suite "Scenes pit- 
toresque" for pianoforte, edited and fin- 
gered by I^ouis Oesterle. 2008 

f°. 5p. 

C 126717, Aug. 3, 1906. 



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MMtenet (J) — Continued. 

Angelas; no. 3 of suite "Scenes pitto- 
resque" for pianoforte, edited ana lin- 
gered by Louis Oetrterle. 2009 

C 126718, Aug. 3, 1906. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 2 c. of 
each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Mathews (W. B. B.) 

Standard compositions for the piano. 
Vol. 1 first grade. 2010 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
152800, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Hay blossoms; waltz, by Warren Edwards. 

2011 

f=>, 5 p., pf. 

Arnett-Delonais co., Chicago, 111. C 
127506, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Kay Irwin's rag time danoe; two step 
odditv, May Irwin, arr. by Wm. H. 
Tyers. 2012 

4°, orch. pt». 

G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 126588, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Maylath (H.) 

Carmen by George Bizet; selection, 
chorus ( con vos ber affe ) and march ar- 
ranged for piano. New York, Wm. A. 
Pond & CO. 2013 

f°.7p. 

Mrfi, H. Maylath, United States, in re- 
newal for 14 years from Nov. 1, 1906. C 
126978, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Carmen; potpourri from Geo. Bizet's 
op^ra ooraique. 

fo, 15 p., pf. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, MaBS., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Oct. 9, 1906. C 
126640, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Meet me at twilight; words by F. Clifford 
Harris, music by Jerome D. Kern. 

2014 

f°. 6p, 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
126823, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Meinardus (Emil) 

In treue fest; marche militair. 2015 
f°, 5 p., pf. 

E. Meinardus, Chilton, Wis. C 127442, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Memories of the whippoorwill; words by 
J. M. Bennett, music by Chas. p!. 
Bray. 2016 

f°, unp. 

John Marshall Bennett, Tacoin a. Wash. 
C 120829, Aug, 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Memories of the Tellowstone; by C. Eliza- 
beth Francis. 2017 
f**, 6 p., sonic. 

C. E. Francis, Brush, Colo. C 127273, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 190e. 

Memory (A) ; by Frank Davie. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2018 
f°. 5 p., song. 

F. Davis, United States. C 127411, Aug, 
13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

MendelsBohn-Bartholdy (Felix) 

Complete collection of songs with pi- 
ano ace, edited by Alfred Dorffel, trans- 
lations by Dr. Th. Baker, ed. for low 
voice. ( Schirmer's collection of musical 
classics) vol. 853. 2019 

4° 241 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y.. A 
152170, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Meteor (The); march and two step, [bv] 
Rudolf Tandler. 20*20 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127302, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Metropole lancers ; Mackie- Beyer. 2021 

49, orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. 
126674, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Metsler (Bertha) 

Songs for little singers. The little won- 
der; vocal or instrumental. 2022 

f°, 6p. 

The violet; vocal or instrumental. 

f°, 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127615 & 127620, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
of each Aug. 16, 1906. 

Meyer-Olbersleben (Max). 

Drei mannerchore op. 86. no. 1: Fruh- 
lingszauber. (J. Gersdorff. ) no. 2: 
Waldes abendlied. (Marie Krause- 
Kukel.) no. 3: Braun- Else hen. (Jos. 
H uggen berger. ) 2028 

8° 5 p. 

Otto For berg, Leipzig, German v. C 
1 27855-1 27:i=>7, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 13, 1906. 

Meyrbwitz (Walter) 

Barcarole; salonstiick fur klavier op. 
11. 2024 

f°, 6 p. 

W. Vobach & co., Berlin, Germany. 
C 126778, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Millie; by Retta H. Guthrie. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2026 

f°, 6 p., 8ong. 

R. H. Guthrie, United States. C 
127430, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



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175 



Milok (E.) 

FoUe extase: valse- Boston, orchestrate 
par T. A. Brunetti, piano conducteur. 

2026 

Paul Deoourcelle, Nice, France. C 
126852, Auj<. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Mine only Bue; by Stevie. Cliicago, 
Success music co. 2027 

F, 5 p., 8onK. 

Mrs. O. W. Stevens, United States. C 
127652, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Kinetti (Carlo) 

Auba<le: caracteristique,(Dawn is late, 
so late in waking) song for baritone or 
alto with piano ace. 2028 

f°.7p. 

G. Sohirnier, New York, N. Y. C 
126547, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Mil' Caroline Lyle; by Mrs. J. B. Samuels. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2029 

f°. 5 p. . sonK. 

Afrs. J. B. Samuels, United States. C 
127647, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Missouri; a song of the state, words by 
Homer Martien Cook, music by Perry 
Oliver Landon. 2080 

4°. unp. 

Landon music co., Marvville, Mo. C 
127121, Aug, 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Mooney time; by Feist and Nathan. 2031 
P. unp., Hong. 

Leo Feist. New York, N. Y. C 127047, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Moonlight sonata; Beethoven, transcrip- 
tion, by Theo. M. Tobani, (C. Fi- 
scher's ed.) 2032 

4°, orch., pt8. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126798, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Moore (J. H.) 

Toccata; for pianoforte. 2088 

f°. 7 p. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126779, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Moore (William) 

Tlie girl behind the counter; music by 
Howard Talbot, selectefl and arr. for 
pianoforte by Albert W. Ketclbey. 2084 

f°. oroh., ptH. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126541, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Moorish (A) parade; characteristic march 
and two step, by Muriel Nelson. 

2086 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127693, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 



Morean (Leon) 

Tristesse: (Sadness) for the piano, ed- 
ited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
(Morceaux de genre. ) 2086 

F,6p. 

G. Schirmer, New Y'ork, N. Y'. C 
127514, Aug. 15, 1906: 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Mother dear; [words by] A. A. Davies, 
[music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 2087 
f*», 5p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126907, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Mother has climbed the golden stair; [by] 
Wesley .A. Stackpole. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 2088 

fo, n p., Honfir. 

W. A. Stackpole, United States. C 
127283, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Mother keeps the oow and the oow keeps 
mother; by Ellerslie Wallace. 2089 
f°, 6p., »ong. 

E. W. Richards, United States. C 
127452, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Mother's (A) joy; by Flora P. Burson. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2040 

£° 6 p., Bong. 

F. P. Burson, United States C 127420, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Mother's love; [words by] J. D. B., [music 
by] James D. Barnitz. 2041 

leaf. 

J. I). Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
126664, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Mother's prayer saved me; solo or quartet, 
[words by] Ada Blenkhom, [music 
by] Thoro Harris. 20i2 

leal. 

Henry Date, Chicago, 111. C 127149, 
Aug. 9, 1900; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Mnggeridge (Charles) 

Two June songs; words by Keble How- 
ard, no. 1: Sleep little love; no. 2: April 
fell in love with June. 2048 

f°.9p. 

Weekes & co., London, England. C 
126827, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Moj koni6ek poohod; march, arr. by Jos. 
Fischer, concerting. 2044 

49, unp. 

J. Fischer, Chicago, 111. C 126822, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Miiller (Jnlins E.) 

May festival grand march; for the 

Jiano op. 216, revised and fingered by 
ohn Itzel. 2046 

f«,7p. 

Geo. Willig & co., Baltimore, Md. C 
127139, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



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Hniioa proibita; (Forbidden music) eolo 
for cornet or baritone, S. (la^taldon, 
arr. by L. P. Laurendeau^ (C. 
Fischer's ed. universal l)and jour. 
886. ) 2046 

4«, pta. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126790, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Hy country girl; by Elihu Hayes. Suc- 
cess music co., Chictago, 111. 2047 

f°, 5 p., Bong. 

Elihu Hayes, United States. C 126867, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Hy darling Belle; [words by] Harvey 
Allen, [music bv] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2048 

fo, 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126917, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My dear lonthem lady; by Isabelle 
Nicholls Lewis. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 2049 

f°, 6 p., song. 

I. N. I^wiB, United States. C 126732, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My dream; by Wm. Braun. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2060 

f°, 5 p., song. 

W. Braun, United States. C 126730, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My Frisco; song and chorus, words and 
music by W. H. Suggs, arr. by F. J. 
Steuterman. 2061 

f«, 6 p. 

W. H. Suggs, Memphis, Tenn. C 
127321, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

My home in the old bay state; Intro. At 
night, medley waltz, Don Ramsay, 
arr. by Redtield. 2062 

t°, orch. pt». 

G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 
126587, July 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

My Jessie dear; by Harry Taylor. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2068 
f° 6 p., song. 

H. Tavlor, United States. C 127410, 
Aug. 13, '1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My lily Bell; words and music by W. F. 
Lovendahl. 2064 

f°. 5 p. 

W. F. Lovendahl, Pensacola, Fla. C 
127215, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

My little candy kid; by Monroe H. Rosen- 
feid. 2066 

fo 5 p., song. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127210, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 



My little Dan; bv James F. Collina. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2066 

f°, 6 p., song. 

•. F. Collins, Wilmerding, Pa. C 
123233, June 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

My little Japanee; words and music by 
James A. Thomas. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2067 

f, 6p. 

J. A. Thomas, United States. C 126922, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My mother's flower; [words by] Anna 
Stafford, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2068 
f °, 6 p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. C 126913, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6 190ii. 

My Oklahoma queen; by Ben. H. Elsey. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2069 

fo. 5 p., pf. 

B. H. Elsev, United States. C 126746, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My old Kentncky home, good night; S. L. 

Foster, arr. by H. Wagner trombone 

& pf. ( C. Fischer's ed. ) 2060 

f°, sc., 5 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126819, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

My old sweetheart and I; by Olive Emer- 
son Birch. Chicago, Success Music 
CO. 2061 

f°, .5 p.,flong. 

O. E. Birch, United States. C 127422, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My only little girl; by Mrs. Alex. Moore. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2068 

f°, 6 p., song. 

Mrs. A. Moore, United States. C 127393, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My own dear Kell; by A. M. Smith. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2068 
f , 6 p., song. 

A. M. Smith, United States. C 127659, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

My own fond dove; [words by] Malcolm 
Rolls, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2064 

f° 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. C 126906, Aug, 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My refnge; [words and music by] Fraak 
L. Parshley. 2065 

,leaf. 

F. L. Parshley, Shiloh, Me. C 127691, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 



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177 



My St LouiB Lillie; [by] S. 8. Robinson. 
Chicago, Pioneer muijic pub. co. 

2066 

F, 5 p., aong. 

S. S. Robinson, United States. C 
127289, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11,1906. 

My Bonthem queen; words by Herbert W. 
Joyce, niu»ic by Eraory R. Ruby. 
Music section N. Y. Amer. & Jour. 
Sunday, Aug. 12, 1906. pageH 5-8. 

2067 

F. 

Joyce, Ruby & Bendemage, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. C 123643, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

My gweet little Belvie; by A. KUwanger. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2068 

f°. unp. song. 

A. Ellwanger, Unite<l States. C 127650, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

My sweetheart *mid the West Yirginia hills; 
by Ross C. Kendall. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2069 
f°, 5 p. song. 

R. C. Kendall, United States. C 127429, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My Texas oharm; by A. Kelly. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2070 

F, 5 p., song. 

A. Kelly, United States. C 127398, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My thoughts; words and music by Hallie 
Dick Graves. 2071 

Thos. Goggan & bros., Galveston, Tex. 
C 126660, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

My thoughts homeward fly; words by 
Charles F. Bluska, music by Theo. 
O. Taubert. Sandusky, Ohio, Lake 
Erie music co. 2072 

r.5p. 

C. F. Bluska, Sandusky, Ohio. C 
126224, July 26, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Myrtles (The); (Les myrtes) valse de 

salon, [by] Paul Wachs, revised 

and fingered by W. W. Goldthwaite. 

Boston, Evithe music co. 2073 

F. 9 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass, C 126949, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Haacy O'Rore; by S. J. Overton. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2074 
F, 5p.,iJong. 

S. J. Overton, United States. C 127645, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

national emhlem', march, E. E. Bagley. 

2076 

4*^, orch. pt». 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
126609, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



Kavarro (Jean) 

At school; march for piano. 2076 

f°.5p. 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127361, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Kasare-Aga (Y-K.) 

Si je I'ainie; po^me de Fernand Gregh, 
chant et piano no. 1 en ut. 2077 

i°.4p. 

no. 2 en la b^mol. 

F.-ip. 

J . Parmentier, Paris, France. C 1 26986 
& 126987, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 
7, 1906. 

Keedham (Alioia Adelaide) 

Sleep, baby sleep. (Dors, bebe, dors;) 
an ancient lullaby in F, with French 
version. 2078 

C 126996, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Thinkin' long; an Irish spinning song 
in F, words anon. 2079 

f°.8p. 

C 126997, Aug. 7, 1906. 

What my lover said; song in G flat, 
words by Horace Greeley. 2080 

f°. 7 p. ' 
C 126995, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Keith, Prowse & co. ltd., I^ndon, 
England. 2 c. of each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Fell; words and music by Berton J. 
Maddox. 2081 

f°.5p. 

B. J. Maddox, Newton, Ohio. C 127053, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Nelson (Thos.) ft Teasley (D. 0.) 

Zions seiers sange: en un samling af 
Aandelige oj^ bibelske sange, vel skikkit 
til Brug i religiose moder, Sondagsskoler, 
hjemmet, o. s. v. Evangel! Basun pub. 
CO. St. Paul Park, Minn. 2082 

12°, 206 p. 

Thos. Nelson & D. 0. Teasley, St. Paul 
Park, Minn. C 123175, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

New Market (The) wreck; by R. H. Brooks. 

2083 

8° unp., song. 

Rol)ert Hugh Brooks, Whitesbury, 
Tenn. C 127218, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

New (The) recrnit; march and two step 
[by] J. C. Heed. 2084 

4° band pt». 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
127537, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 



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Keweomb (Bdgar A. P.) 

The celestial vision; sacred song, words 
by Rev. Godfrey Thring. 2086 

t'>, 7 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 126561, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

KioholsoB (Sydney H.) 

Luck (The) of Edenhall; a cantata for 
equal voice-s words from Walter White's 
** Northumberland and the border." 

2086 

8® SI p. 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127360, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Kight (The) before the wedding; [by] Mary 
Ligon Miller. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2087 

f*', 5 p., song. 

M.. L. Miller, United States. 126933, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Fight of June; words and music bv H. 
Beck with . Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2088 

f°, 6 p. 

H. Beckwith, United States. C 126940, 
Aug. t, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Night (The) wind sighe nnto the rose; from 
Mizpah, words and music by Lus- 
comoe Searelle. 2089 

f°. 7 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125061, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Kinfa; a Spanish intermezzo two step [by] 
J. Louis von der Mehden, jr. 2090 

49, orch. pta. 

J. L. von der Mehden, jr., New York, 
N. Y. C 127246, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

Ho! no! no! [by] Thoro Harris. 2091 

leaf. 

Mever & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127201, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Nobody's looking, sweetheart oome kiss me; 
words and music bv Angela Cramer. 

2092 

f° 5 p. 

Thiehes-Sticrlin music co., St. I^uis, 
Mo. C 127569, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Nonsense; [bv] Collin Davip, kev of F, 
vocal orch. 812. * 2093 

4°, pts, 

MarcuH Witmark <& sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 127534, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aujr. 
14, 1906. 



be joyftil in the Lord; [by] L. O. Emer- 
son. 2094 
8 lenvejj. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, III. C 127152, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

latset nns anbeten den KOnig! (0 come 

ye, come hither to worship the Lord ) 

[by] H. B. Proehl, no. 5, Festgesange 

fiir genuschte chore. 2095 

4°. 7 p. 

H. B. Proehl, Chicago, 111. C 127213, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

preoions hour; [words by] James Ro've> 
[music by] Thoro Harris. 2096 

leaf. 

Henry Date, Chicago, 111. C 127150, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

BalntariB. 2097 

4°, 3 p., 80Dg. 

Sisters of Mercv, Middletown, Conn. 
C 126904, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

won't yon sail with met by Henry £. 
Bader. Chicago, Success music co. 

209a 

f°, 5 p., 8ong. 

H. E. Bader, United States. C 126734, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

01cott*8 love song; For love of thee, by 
Chauncev Olcott. 2099 

f° 6 p., song. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 125810, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Old Hiokory; bam dance, march, Mackie- 
Beyer. (20th century journal.) 2100 
4°, band, pts. 



4°, orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126665 & 126(575, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 2, 1906. 

Old (An) letter; by Minnie Harwood. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2101 

f°, 6 p., song. 

M. Harwood, United States. C 127419, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 43, 1906. 

Old (The) Missouri home; by Ethel Har- 
din. Chicago, Success music co. 

2102 

fo 3 p., song. 

E. Hardin, United States. C 127412, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Old (The) enmrnit farm; [words b>0 Wal- 
ter Eggleston, [nmsic by] W. E. 
Duff ell. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 210S 

F. 5 p. 

W. Eggleston, United States. C 127288, 
Aug. II, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 



MUSICAL 0OMPOS1TION8 



179 



Old tune jirs and reels for violin, 
lolla 



(The 
2104 



half dollar series. ) 

4° 63 p. 

Oliver Ditaon co., Boston, Mass. C 
126614, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

On pay day; by James Sramek. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2106 
S9, 5 p.. aong. 

J. Sramek, United States. C 127392, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

On the banks of the Manistee; [by] Geo. 
Palmer. Chicago, Imperial music 
pub. CO. 2106 

f°, 3 p.. song. 

G. Palmer, Frederic, Mich. C 127376, 
Au^. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

On the moonlit lakes of Manawa; by Fowler 
Albert Leech. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 2107 

f=>, 6 p., song. 

F. A. Leech, United States. C 126736, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

On the parkway down by the pond; words 
and music by John J. Shea, jr. Ja- 
maica Plains, Mass. John J. Shea, jr. 
music pub. co. 2108 

P, 6p. 

J. J. Shea, yr., Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
C 126643, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

On to victory; march, Mackie-Bever. 

2109 
4^. band pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126668, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Once again for old Kassan; music & verse 
by C. M. Seymour. 2110 

fo, 3 p. 

C. M. Seymour, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. C 126687, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

Once npon a time; by E. A. Murphy. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2111 

F, 6 p., uong. 

E. A. Murphy, Canada. C 126702, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

One two three fonr; words and music by 
•* Sonny" Cunha. 2112 

f°. 5p. 

Albert R. Cunha, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
C 127320, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906. 

Only a bnneh of violets; by Neill. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2118 

F, 5 p.. song. 

M. Neill Williams, United States. C 
126748, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

3595— PT 3, NO 10—06 3 



Oriental dance; from Wonderland, by 
Victor Herbert. 2114 

f°, unp., pf. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 125076, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Orth (L. E.) 

' Sixty songs from Mother Goose op. 12. 
! 2116 

8°, 99 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127260, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906. 

Osgood (Geo. L.) 

Shadow; soprano in F, words by Ade- 
laide Procter. 2116 

f°,7p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Nov. 4, 1906. 
C 126636, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Onr bine-eyed darling; [words by] Althea 
French, [music by] W. E. Duffell. 

2117 

f°. 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126910, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Onr darling in heaven; by Mae Anna Lee. 
Chicago, Success music co. 21 18 

f°, 5 p., song. 

M. A. Lee, United States. C 127391, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Onr president; song by Ella M. Boston. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2119 

f°, 6 p., aong. 

E. M. Boston, United States. C 127427, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Our nnion; by H. Ferdinand Hutchison. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2120 

f°, 5 p., song. 

H. F. Hutchison, United States. C 
127413, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Pabst (Harry) 

Principles of violin technic. 25 studies 
in the 1st position op. 11. (Eastman's 
red music books no. 4.) Cleveland, 
Eastman's publishing house. 2121 

4°, 23 p. 

A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
127664, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Palmer (0. Molynenx) 

Boreas. (The musical times, no. 762.) 

2122 

8®, 6p. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126534, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 
1906. 



180 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Fapillont; Louis Conrath. 8188 

f«, 11 p.. pf. 

Kunkel bro8. , St. LOuis, Mo. C 120622, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Au^. 1, 1906. 

Parade of the hamming birds; march-two 
step, F. H. Losey, op. 207. 8184 

4^, orch., pte. 

Vanderaloot music pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa C 126644, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. I 
Aug. 2, 1906. ' 

Patrick (Kathaniel) 

Benedictus in G minor; transposed to 
A minor, edited by John E. West. 
•(Novello's octavo edition of church serv- 
ices in vocal score no. 72. ) 8186 

a°, 19 p. 

C 127339, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Kyrie eleison and Nicene creed in G 
minor; transposed to A minor, edited by 
John E. West, (Novello's octavo edition 
of church services in vocal score no. 73. ) 

8186 

8°, 27 p. 

C 127340, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G 
minor; transposed to A minor, edited by 
John E. West. ( Novello's octavo edition 
of church services in vocal score no 74. ) 

8127 

8°, 36 p. 

C 127341, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Te Deum laudamus in G minor; trans- 
posed to A minor, edited by John E. 
West. ( Novello's octavo edition of church 
services in vocal score no. 71.) 212S 

8°, 11 p. 

C 127338, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Novell© A CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. 2 c. of each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Patriotie eohoet; valzer [by] G. Virgillito. 

8189 

f>, 6p.. pi. 

G. Virgillito, New Haven, Conn. C 
127114, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Pattison (J. N.) 

Sunrise mazurka caprice; (Le lever de 
soleil) for the pianoforte. 2180 

f'^. 7 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127573, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Per gradas; (Step by step) [by] Nap. 
Iloule. 2181 

4^, band pUi. 

Harry C<:>leman, Philadelphia, Pa C 
127226, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 19O6. 



PeMard (Bmile) 

Mazurka de concert op. 50. 2188 

f®, 7 p.. pf. 

Theodore Preiser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127145, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Pether (Henry E.) 

Teasing: barn dance for band. Booeey 
& co's brass and reed band journal no. 
451. »1»8 

S9, pt8. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Kng- 
land. C 126040, July 23, 1906; 1 c. July 
23, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Pheemle; words by Arthur J. Lamb, mu- 
sic by F. Cha'nnon. 2184 
r,6p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127561, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Pike (Harry Hale) 

Mid-summer (A) day; part song for 
mixed voices, words by George Cooper. 
(Oliver Diti?on company's octavo ed. no. 
11537.) 2186 

8°, 6 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C127251, Aug. 10, 1906; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Place (A) in my heart that's only for yon; 

a ballad of love, words by Charles 

Noel Douglas, music by Frederic W. 

Mills. 2136 

leaf. 

Household guest co., Chicago, 111. C 
126590, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Praise the great Creator; [words bv] Liz- 
zie De Armond, [music by] Chas. H. 
Gabriel. 2187 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127066, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Prepare; [words byj J. D. B., [mnsic by] 
James D. Bamitz. 2188 

leaf. 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126662, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Prince (The) charming polkarette; [by] 
Monroe H. Ronenfeld. L. F. ed. 
graded coll. of modern standard com- 
positions by favorite composers, grade 
three, 46. 2189 

f° 5 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127686. 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Princess Edna; [by] Carey O. Morgan, 
arr. bv Eugene Kaeuffer. Chi- 
cage, Pioneer music pab. co. 2140 

f°, 6 p. pf. 

C. O. Morgan, Uniteil States. C 127293, 
Aug. 11, 19U6; 2 c. Aug. U, 19O6. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



181 



ProeBoholdt (C. F.) 

Mazurka: for the pianoforte. 2141 

f°. 5p. 
C 127456, Aug. 14, 1906. 

Minstrel (The) and the echo; for the 
pianoforte. 2142 

F. 5 p. 
C 127455, Aug. 14, 1906. 

Frederick Proescholdt, New York,N. Y, 
2 c. of each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Prophecy of the oracle; for piano by Chas. 
F. Carlson. 2148 

1°. 7 p. 

Middle States press, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. C 126846, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. June 
16, 1906. 

Pucoini (O.) 

Madama Butterfiv. Finale, alto 2, 
core intemo ed orchestra, instrumenta- 
zione di C. Preite. (Biblioteca dei corpi 
di musica.) 2144 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
127328, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

potpourri riduzione per piccolo or- 

cnestra di Giovanni Albisi. (Inter- 
mezzi musicali no. 327. ) 

4°, 13 p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
126992, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Pugno (Baoul) 

Pay t ages; quatre pieces, pour piano, 
no. 1: Brumes matenales; no. 2: Tinte- 
ments de clochettes; no. 3: Bruits de 
f^te; no. 4: Quand tout dort. 2146 

f°, 7. 7, 9. 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127670-127673, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 18, 1906. 

Queen of little Shody; words by Chas. R. 

Weller, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music pub. 

CO. 2146 

f°.5p. 

Chas. R. Weller, Waynesboro, Pa. C 
124384, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bagged thoa^hts; a black coffee sketch 
ragtime intermezzo, march and two 
step [by] J. Louis von der Mehden, 
jr 2147 

4**, orch. pts. 

J. L. von der Mehden, ^r.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127245, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

Sally round our school; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music by] Uhas. H. 
Gabriel. 2148 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127058, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 



Bavel (Maurice) 

Introduction et allegro; pour harpe. 

2149 

fo, 13 p. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127264, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Seed organ selections' for church use. ( The 
half dollar music series. ) 2160 

4°, 59 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127585, Aug. 16, 1906; 2c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Sespighi (Ottorino) 

Composizioni per violino con accom- 
pagnamento di pianoforte, no. 1: Ro- 
manza; no. 2: A u bade; no. 3: Madrigale; 
no. 4: Berceuse; no. 5: Hunioresque. 
Edition Mozarthaus, Wien. 2161 

F, 7, 9. 6, 8, 9 p. 

Fried rich Hofmeister, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 126767-126771, Aug 4, 1906; 2 
c. of each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Seuben Huskins; by E. A. Fulton. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2162 

P, 6 p., song. 

E. A. Fulton, United States. C 127407, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Sheinberger (Joseph) 

Jagd (Die); fur das pianoforte op. 5, 
edited and fingered by H. N. Redman. 
Drei kleine concertstucke no. 1. 2168 

f^, 5 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126724, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
3, 1906. 

Siego (Teresa del) 

All's right with the world; words by 
Robert Browning. Music pictures, a ser- 
ies of songs, no. 4. 2164 

f°.4p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
127039, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Dormeuse; a lullaby, words by Mar- 
celine Desbordes Valmore» English ver- 
sion by Teresa del Riego. (Music pic- 
tures no. 5.) 2166 

f°, 5p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 127609, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Moral (A) set to music; words "Tradi- 
tional." 2166 
l°,5p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126545, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

The songs of Summer; and April's gifts, 
two songs, no. 1 low. 2167 

fo,8p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126542, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



182 



CATALOGUK OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Biker (Franklin) 

Four songs with piano ace. Waken, 
sweet; woi^s by Frank Chaffee, hi^h 
voice. The hunter's song; words by Levi 
P. Smith, high voice. Love's right; 
words by Frank Chaffee, high in D flat. 
The tide; words by Thomas Reed Powell, 
medium voice. 2168 

f^, 5, 4, 3, 8 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127622-127625, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 17, 1906. 

Rioter's (Tke); two step, [by] Margaret 
Busey. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2169 

fo, 7 p., pf. 

M. Busey, United States. C 127287, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Bobin notes; words and music by Millie 
Modlin. 2160 

f**, 5p. 

M. Modlin. Greencastle, Ind. C 127540, 
Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Bobin Redbreast; [words by] Edward 
Oxenford, [music by] F. W. West- 
hoff. 2161 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93317, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Rock a bye rock a bye; words and music 
by C. W. Toner. Soprano in E flat. 

2162 
fo, 6p. 

Contralto in C. 

F, 5p. 

C. W. Toner, Seattle, Wash. C 127271 
& 127274, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 a of each Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Roll, roll on; Imagine you're a railroad 
train, words and music by Geo. A. 
Norton. 2168 

f°, unp. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. G 127220, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. i 
6, 1906. 

Romance; [by] H. Vieuxtemps, op. 24, 
no. 1 revised by R. Klugescheid 
violin & pf. 2164 

i°, 8C., 9 p., V. pb., 4 p. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126806, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Romance; Flower song from Chas. 
Gounod's Faust, arr. by Hugo Wag- 
ner, tromlwne & pf. (C. Fischer's 
ed.) 2166 

f°, sc., 6 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126812, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



Ronald (Lan<1on) 

An interlude; song, words by Charles 
Swinburne. (By permission of MessrB. 
Chatto & VV indue) no. 3 in F. New 
York, Boosey & co. 2166 

f°.7p. 

Enoch & sons, London, England. C 
1265:^, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Roosevelt (The) girl ; two step, [bvj Noia 
E. Davenport. Chicago, Vioneer 
music pub. co. 2167 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

N. E. Davenport, United States. C 
126923, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Rosa; march two step, by Frank M. Lip- 
ton and Walter B. Countee. 2166 

fo. 5 p., pf. 

Liston & Countee, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 127117, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Rosalie walties ; from the opera Rosalie; 
or. The Japanese fairies, by Willard 
Spenser. 2166 

fo, 11 p., pf. 

W. Spenser, Wayne, Pa. C 116809, 
Mar. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Rote (Algernon) 

Imperial (The) minuet; invented by 
R. M. Crompton, music arr. for piano. 

2170 
P, 5p. 

Imperial society of dance teachers, Ix)n- 
don, England. C 127590, Aug. 16, 1906^ 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

RosBc (Frederick) 

Sea (The) pinks and the nautilus; song 
from The beauty of Bath. 2171 

f°, 5p. 

Ascherberg, Hop wood & Crew, ltd., 
London, England C 127508, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Bonssel (Albert) 

Rustiques; pour le piano op. 5, no. 2: 
Promenade sentimentale en for^t; no. 3: 
Retour de f^te. 2172 

fo, 8° 11 p. 

A Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127265, 127266, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 10, 1906. 

Royal (The ) dragoons; march, arr. by Paul 
de Ville, (C. Fischer's ed., American 
star jour.) band. 2178 

4°, pts. 

Cari Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126795, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Rnby the gem of my heart; words and mu- 
sic by Albert T. E. Smith, arr. by 
Bertiim M. Harlowe. 2174 

f°, unp. 

A. T. E. Smith, Woonsocket, R. I. C 
89501, Feb. 27, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



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183 



Ban along; by Chas. Le Paige. 2176 

f . 5 p., song. 

Marcus Witmark A sona, New York, 
N. Y. C 122561, May 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Bnsaian (The) exile; by Mrs. E. J. S. Keen. 
Chicago, Success" music co. 2176 

f®. 5p-, Bong. 

Mrs. E. J. S. Keen, United States. C 
126750, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Bad and lonely; words by Mrs. Etta Linder, 
music by Jobn Martin. Chicago, 
Illinois music book house. 2177 

fo. 8p. 

Mrs, £. Linder, St. James, Me. C 
127192, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9. 1906. 

Sadie 0* Orady from iweet Donegal; by £. A . 
Murphy. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2178 

f , unp., song. 

E. A. Murphy, Canada. C 126705, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Baiter (Mary Tamer) 

Mary's manger song; song for a high 
voice with chorus a cappella ad lib. 
and organ ace, poem by W. C. Gan- 
nett. 2179 

F. 5c.. 7 p. and cbo. pt. in ho. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127621, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Ban Franeiaoo by the lea; song by Ida 
Bell. Chicago, Success music co. 

2180 

P, 5p. 

Ida Fox, United States. C 127043, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Ban Franeitoo (The) oataitrophe; song by 
Chas. A. Andey. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2181 

f^ 5 p. 

Chas. A. Anderson, United States. C 
127046, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Ban Franoiieo (The) disaster; song by Stella 
Shields. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2182 

f«,5p. 

S. Shields, United States. C 126752, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

flan Francisoo*8 doom; song by Helen M. 
Brush . Chicago, Success music co. 

2188 

f>, 3 p., gong. 

H. M. Brush, United States. C 127416, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Banderson (Wilfrid) 

A summer greeting; words by Helen 
Taylor, no. 1 in A flat. 2184 

fo,.5p. 

(lould <& CO., London, England. C 
125605, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



Banford (Harold B.) 

Romanza; for violin and piano. 2186 
f, sc., 5 p. and v. pt. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127254, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Batisfled there; [words by] E. E. Hewitt, 
[music by] Geo. VV. Walton. 2186 
leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126475, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

Baner (Emil) 

Romance sans paroles. Sons without 
words; for the piano, edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. 2187 

f>, 5p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126714, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Bawyer (F. E.) 

Spanish (A) romance; trio arr. by 
Frank Lynes. (Octavo series women's 
voices no. 334.) 2188 

8°, 11 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126873, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

fikale of A minor relative to C major ; no. 2. 

2189 

1 card, 274 inches. 

C 126303, July 27, 1906. 

Boale of C major in fonr octaves ; no. 1. 

2190 

1 card, 271 inches. 

C 126300, July 27, 1906. 

Boale of D major; no. 5. 2191 

1 card, 27i inches. 

C 126304, July 27, 1906. 

Bcale of E minor, relative to major ; no. 4. 

2192 

1 card. 274 inches. 

C 126301, July 27, 1906. 

Bcale of major; no. 3. 2198 

1 card, 271 inches. 

C 126302, July 27, 1906. 

Royal conservatorv of music, Kansas 
City, Mo. 2 c. of each July 27. 1906. 

Bclimidt's collection of fonr-part songs for 
women's voices, v. 1. 2194 

8°, 105 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126722, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Schmidt's collection of three-part songs for 
women's voices. v. 1. Edition 
Schmidt no. 115 A. 2196 

8°. 102 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126600, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 



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MasMnet (J) — Continued. 

AngeluR; no. 3 of suite ''Scenes pitto- 
resque" for pianoforte, edited ana fin- 
gered by Louis Oesterle. 2009 

f>,5p. 

126718, Aug. 3, 1906. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. 2 c. of 
each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Mathewi (W. 8. B.) 

Standard compositions for the piano. 
Vol. 1 first grade. 2010 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
152800, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

May bloBSomi; waltz, by Warren Edwards. 

2011 

fo, 6 p.. pf. 

Arnett-Delonais co., Chicago, 111. C 
127506, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

May Irwin* B rag time dance; two step 
oddity, May Irwin, arr. by Wm. H. 
Tyers. 2012 

4° orc'h. pts. 

G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 126588, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Maylath (H.) 

Carmen by George Bizet; selection, 
chorus ( con vos her aff^ ) and march ar- 
ranged for piano. New York, Wm. A. 
Pond <& CO'. 2018 

f°. 7p. 

Mm. II. Maylath, United States, in re- 
newal for 14 years from Nov. 1, 1906. C 
126978, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Carmen; potpourri from Geo. Bizet's 
op4ra comique. 

f°, 15 p., pf. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Oct. 9, 1906. C 
126640, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Meet me at twili^bt; words by F. Clifford 
Harris, music by Jerome D. Kern. 

2014 

f°. 5p. 

T. B. Harms co.. New York, N. Y. C 
126823, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

MeinarduB (Emil) 

In treue fcst; march e militair. 2015 

f°. 5 p., pf. 

E. Meinardus, Chilton, Wis. C 127442, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Memories of the whippoorwill; words b^ 
J. M. Bennett, music by Chas. h. 
Bray. 2016 

f° , unp. 

John Marshall Bennett, Taconi a. Wash. 
C 126829, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. 



Memories of the Tellowttone; by 0. Eliza- 
beth Francis. 2017 

fo, 5 p., Bonjf. 

C. E. Francis, Brush, Colo. C 127273, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Memory (A); by Frank Davis. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2018 
f°, 6 p., song. 

F. Davis, United States. C 127411, Aug. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Mendeleeohn-Bartholdy (Fellz) 

Complete collection of Fongs with pi- 
ano ace, editeil by Alfred Dorffel, trans- 
lations by Dr. Th. Baker, ed. for low 
v(»ice. (Schirmer*8 collection of musical 
classics) vol. 853. 2019 

4° 241 p. 

G. iSchirmer, New York, N. Y.. A 
152170, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Meteor (The); march and two step, [by] 
Rudolf Tandler. 2020 

f°. 6 p.. pf. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127302, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Metropole lancers ; Mack ie- Beyer. 2021 

4°, orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126674, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Metzler (Bertha) 

Songs for little singers. The little won- 
der; vocal or instrumental. 2022 

f°, 6 p. 

The violet; vocal or instrumental. 

i°, 6 p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127615 A 127620, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
of each Aug. 16, 1906. 

Meyer-Olbersleben (Max). 

Drei miinnerchore op. 86. no. 1: Fruh- 
lingszauber. (J. Gersdorff. ) no. 2: 
VV aides a bend lied. (Marie Krauae- 
Kukel.) no. 3: Braun-Elschen. (Job. 
H uggen berger. ) 2023 

8°, 5 p. 

Otto Forl>erg, Leipzig, German v. C 
127355-127357, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 13, 1906. 

Meyrbwitz (Walter) 

Barcarole; salonstiick fiir klavier op. 
11. 2024 

f°. 6 p. 

W. Vobach & co., Berlin, Germany. 

C 126778, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Millie; by Retta II. Guthrie. Chicago, 

Success music co. 2025 

fo 6 p., song. 

R. H. Guthrie, United States. C 
127430, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



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175 



Kilok (E.) 

Folle extase: valse- Boston, orchestr^e 
par T. A. Brunetti, piano conducteur. 

2026 

f°. PIK. 

Paul Decouroelle, Nice, France. C 
126852, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Mine only 8ne; by Stevie. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2027 

P, 5 p., soriK- 

Mrs. O. W. Stevens, United States. C 
127652, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Minetti (Carlo) 

Aubade: caracteristique,(Dawn is late, 
so late in waking) song for baritone or 
alto with piano ace. 2028 

f°,7p. 

G. Schirnier, New York, N. Y. C 
126547, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

KiB' Car'line Lyle; by Mrs. J. B. Samuels. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2029 

f°. 5 p. , sonff . 

Mm. J. B. Samuels, United States. C 
127617, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

HlMonri; a song of the state, words by 
Homer Martien Cook, music by Perry 
Oliver Landon. 2080 

4°. unp. 

Landon music co., Marvville, Mo. C 
127121, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

llooney time; by Feist and Nathan. 2081 
f°, unp., song. 

Leo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127047, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Koonlight sonata; Beethoven, transcrip- 
tion, by Theo, M. Tobani, (C. Fi- 
scher's ed.) 2032 
4° orch., pt8. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126798, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Koore (J. H.) 

Toccata; for pianoforte. 2088 

f^ 7 p. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 126779, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Moore (WUliam) 

The girl behind the counter; music by 
Howard Talbot, selected and arr. for 
pianoforte by Albert W. Ketelbey. 2034 

i°, orch., pt«. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126541, July 31. 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Koorieh (A) parade; characteristic march 
and two step, by Muriel Nelson. 

2085 

f^5p.. pf. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127693, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18,1906. 



Morean (Leon) 

Tristesse: (Sadness) for the piano, ed- 
ited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
(Morceaux de genre. ) 2088 

fo, 6p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127614, Aug. 15, 1906: 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Mother dear; [words by] A. A. Davies, 
[music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 2087 

t°, 6 p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. C 126907, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Mother has climbed the golden atair; [by] 
Wesley A. Stackpole. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 2088 

f, 5 p., song. 

W. A. Stackpole, United States. C 
127283, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Mother keepi the cow and the cow keepa 
mother; by Ellerslie Wallace. 2080 
f° 6p., sonif. 

E. W. Richards. United States. O 
127452, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Mother'i (A) joy; by Flora P. Burson. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2040 

f°, 6 p., song. 

F. P. Burson, United States C 1 27420, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Mother's love; [words by] J. D. 6., [music 
by] James D. Bariiitz. 2041 

leaf. 

J. 1). Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126664, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Mother'i prayer laved me; solo or quartet, 
[words by] Ada Blenkhom, [music 
by] Thoro Harris. 2042 

leaf. 

Henry Date, Chicago, 111. C 127149, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Mnggeridge (Charles) 

Two June songs; words by Keble How- 
ard, no. 1: Sleep little love; no. 2: April 
fell in love with June. 2048 

f°,9p. 

Weekes & co., London, England. C 
126827, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Miij konicek poohod; march, arr. by Jos. 
Fischer, concerting. 2044 

iP, unp. 

J. Fischer, Chicago, 111. C 126822, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Mdller (JnliiiB E.) 

May festival grand march; for the 
piano op. 216, revised and fingered by 
John Itzel. 2040 

f°, 7 p. 

Geo. Willig & co., Baltimore, Md. C 
127139, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



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Mneiea proibita; (Forbidden music) eolo 
for cornet or baritone, S. (la^taldon, 
arr. by L. P. Laurendeau, (C. 
Fischer's ed. universal l>and jour. 
88(). ) 2046 

4° pt8. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126790, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

My country girl; by Elihu Hayes. Suc- 
cess music CO., Chicago, 111. 2047 
f°, 5 p., Hong. 

Elihu Hayes, United States. C 126867, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My darling Belle; [words by] Harvey 
Allen, [munic by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2048 
f°. 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126917, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My dear Bonthem lady; by Isabelle 

Nicholls Lewis. Chicago, Success 

music CO. 2049 
f°, 6 p., song. 

I. N. Lewis, United States. C 126732, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My dream; by Wm. Braun. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2050 

19, 5 p., song. 

W. Braun, United States. C 126730, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My Frisco; song and chorus, words and 
music by W. H. Suggs, arr. by F. J. 
Steuterman. 2001 

P», 6p. 

W. H. Suggs, Memphis, Tenn. C 
127321, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. 

My home in the old bay state; Intro. At 

night, medlev waltz, Don Ramsay, 

arr. by Redfield. 2052 
f°, orch. pts. 

G. W. Setchell, Boston, Mass. C 
126587, July 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

My JoBBie dear; by Harry Taylor. Chi- 
cago, Success ioausic co. 2058 
f° 5 p., song. 

H. Tavlor, United States. C 127410, 
Aug. 13,^1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My Lily Bell; words and music by W. F. 
Lovendahl. 2054 

f°. 5 p. 

W. F. Lovendahl, Pensacola, Fla. C 
127215, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

My little candy kid; by Monroe H. Rosen - 
feid. 2055 

f° 5 p., Jjong. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127210, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 



My little Ban; bv James F. Collins. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2056 
f°, 6 p., song. 

.. F. Collins, Wilmerding, Pa. C 
123233, June 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

My little Japanee; words and music by 
James A. Thomas. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2057 

f*. 6p. 

J. A. Thomas, United States. C 126922, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My mother' i flower; [words bv] Anna 
Stafford, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2058 
f °. 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. C 126913, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6 190i). 

My Oklahoma qneen; by Ben. H. ELsey. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2059 

F, 6 p., pf. 

B. H. Elsey, United States. C 126746, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My old Kentneky home, good night; S. L. 

Foster, arr. by H. Wagner trombone 

& pf. ( C. Fischer's ed. ) 2080 

T°, 8C.,5 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126819, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

My old sweetheart and I; by Olive Emer- 
son Birch. Chicago, Success Music 
CO. 2061 

f°, 5 p.,8ong. 

0. E. Birch, United States. C 127422, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My only little girl; by Mrs. Alex. Moore. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2088 

F, 5 p., song. 

Mrs. A. Moore, United States. C 127393, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

My own dear Hell; by A. M. Smith. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2068 

f^, 6 p., song. 

A. M. Smith, United States. C 127659, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c.Aug. 17, 1906. 

My own fond dove; [words by] Malcolm 
Rolls, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2064 

f°, 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126906, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

My refuge; [words and music by] Frank 
L. Parshley. 2065 

, leiif . 

F. L. Parshley, Shiloh, Me. C 127691, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOS1TI0148 



177 



Ky 8t LouiB LilUe; [by] 8. S. Robinson, 
(^hicago, Pioneer mut«ic pub. co. 

2066 

F, 5 p., song. 

S. S. Robinson, United States. C 
127289, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

My tontliem queen; words by Herbert W. 
Joyce, music by Eraofy R. Ruby. 
Music section N. Y. Amer. & Jour. 
Sunday, Aug. 12, 1906. pages 5-8. 

2067 

P. 

Joyce, Rubv & Bendernage, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. C 123643, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Hy tweet little Belvie; by A. Ellwanger. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2068 

f°. unp. son^. 

A. Ellwanger, Unite<l States. C 127650, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Hy sweetheart *mid the West Yirginia hille; 
by Roes C. Kendall. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2069 
t°, 5 p. song. 

R. C. Kendall, United States. C 127429, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Ky Texas charm; by A. Kelly. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2070 

F, 5 p., 8ong. 

A. Kelly, United States. C 127398, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Vy thoughts; words and music by Hallie 
Dick Graves. 2071 

F,5p. 

Thos. Goggan & bros., Galveston, Tex. 
C 126660, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Vy thoughts homeward fly; words by 
Charles F. Bluska, music by Thed. 
0. Taubert. Sandusky, Ohio, Lake 
Erie music co. 2072 

F.5p. 

C. F. Bluska, Sandusky, Ohio. C 
126224, July 26, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Hyrtles (The); (Les myrtes) valse de 

salon, [by] Paul Wachs, revised 

and fingered by W. W. Goldthwaite. 

Boston, Eviftis music co. 2078 

f^ 9 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126949, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Hancy O'Bore; by S. J. Overton. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2074 
f°, 5 p., Bong. 

S. J. Overton, United States. C 127645, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Vatioiial emblem; march, F). E. Baglev. 

2075 

4®. orch. ptu. 

Ernest S. Williams, Boston, Mass. C 
12tt609, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



Navarro (Jean) 

At scliool; march for piano. 2076 

f°,5p. 

Shattinger piano & music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127361, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906. 

Naxare-Aga (Y-K.) 

Si je Taime; poeme de Fernand Gregh, 
chant et piano no. 1 en ut. 2077 
f°. 4 p. 
no. 2 en la b^mol. 

J . Parmentier, Paris, France. C 1 26986 
& 126987, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 
7, 1906. 

Heedham (Alicia Adelaide) 

Sleep, baby sleep. (Dors, bebe, dors:) 
an ancient lullaby in F, with French 
version. 2078 

C 126996, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Thinkin' long; an Irish spinning song 
in F, words anon. 2079 

F,8p. 

C 126997, Aug. 7, 1906. 

What my lover said; song in G flat, 
words by Horace Greeley. 2080 

f°,7p. 

C 126995, Aug. 7, 1906. 

Keith, Prowse & co. ltd., London, 
England. 2 c. of each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Nell; words and music by Berton J. 
Maddox. 2081 

f°. 5p. 

B. J. Maddox, Newton, Ohio. C 127053, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Nelion (ThoB.) ft Teaaley (D. 0.) 

Zions seiers sange: en un samling af 
Aandelige o^ bibelske sange, vel skikkit 
til Brug i religiose moder, Sondagsskoler, 
hjemmet, o. s. v. Evangel i Basun pub. 
CO. St. Paul Park, Minn. 2082 

12°, 205 p. 

Thos. Nelson & D. O. Teasley. St. Paul 
Park, Minn. C 123175, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

New Market (The) wreck; by R. H. Brooks. 

2083 

8°, unp., song. 

Rol)ert Hugh Brooks, Whitesbury, 
Tenn. C 127218, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

New (The) recrnit; march and two step 
[by] J. C. Heed. 2084 

49, band pts. 

(^arl FiHcher, New York, N. Y. C 
127537, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 



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Heweomb (Edgar A. P. ) 

The celestial vision; sacred song, words 
by Rev. Godfrey Thring. 8085 

H 7 p. 

Tiieodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 12(5561, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Hieholson (Sydney H.) 

Luck (The) of Edenhall; a cantata for 
equal voices, words from Walter White's 
"Northumberland and the border." 

2086 

89, 31 p. 

J. Curwen & sons, ltd.. Tendon, Eng- 
land. C 127360, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Kiglit (The) before the wedding; [by] Mary 
Ligon Miller. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2087 

f°, 5 p., 8ong. 

M.. L. Miller, United States. G 126933, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Hight of June; words and music by H. 
Beck with. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2088 

f°. 5 p. 

H. Beckwith, United States. C 126940, 
Aug. t , 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Higbt (The) wind lighB nnto the roee; from 
Mizpah, words and music by Lus- 
combe Searelle. ' 2089 

f°, 7 p. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 125061, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Kinfa; a Spanish intermezzo two step [by] 
J. Louis von der Mehden, jr. 2090 

4° orch. pts. 

J. L. von der Mehden, jr., New York, 
N. Y. C 127246, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

Ho! no! no! [by] Thoro Harris. 2091 

leaf. 

Mever & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127201, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Nobody's looking, sweetheart come kiss me; 
words and music bv Angela Cramer. 

2092 

F. 5 p. 

Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. Louis, 
Mo. C 127509, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Nonsense; [bv] Collin Davis, kev of F, 
vocal orch. 812. * 2098 

4°, pts. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 127o34, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 o. Auj?. 
14, 1906. 



I 



be joyfal in the Lord; [by] L. O. Emer- 
son. 2094 
8 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127152, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

lasset nns anbeten den K6nig! (0 come 

ye, come hither to worship the Lord ) 

[by] H. B. Proehl, no. 5, Festgesange 

fur gemischte chore. 2095 

4°. 7 p. 

H. B. Proehl, Chicago, III. C 127213, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

preoions honr; [w'ords by] James Rove, 
[music by] Thoro Harris. 2096 

leaf. 

Henrv Date, Chicago, 111. C 127150, 
Aug. 9, '1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Balntaris. 2097 

4°, 3 p., song. 

Sisters of Mercy, Middletown, Conn. 
C 126904, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

won't yon sail with me? by Henry £. 
Bader. Chicago, Success m usic co. 

209a 

f° 5 p., song. 

H. E. Bader, United States. C 126734, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Olcott's love song; For love of thee, by 
Chauncev Olcott. 2099 

fo 6 p., song. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 125810, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Old Hiokory; barn dance, march, Mackie- 
Beyer. (20th century journal.) 2100 
4°, band, pts. 



4°. orch. pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126665 & 126675, Aug. 2, 1906; 2c. of each 
I Aug. 2, 1906. 

' Old (An) letter; by Minnie Harwood. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2101 

F, 6 p., song. 

M. Harwood, United States. C 127419, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 43, 1906. 

Old (The) Missouri home; by Ethel Har- 
din. Chicago, Success music co. 
i 2102 

I f° 8 p., song. 

' E. Hardin, United States. C 127412, 
' Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Old (The) snmmitfarm; [words by] Wal- 
ter Eggleston, [music by] W. E. 
Duff ell. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2108 

f°. 5 p. 

W. Eggleston, United States. C 127288, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 



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179 



Old time jin and reels for Tiolin. (The 
half dollar series. ) 2104 

40, 63 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. C 
126614, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

On pay day; by James Sramek. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2105 

P. 5 p., song. 

J. Sramek, United States. C 127392, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

On the banki of the Maniitee; [by] Geo. 
Palmer. Chicago, Imperial music 
pub. 00. 2106 

f°, 3 p., Bong. 

G. Palmer, Frederic, Mich. C 127376, 
Auk. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

On the moonlit lakei of Manawa; by Fowler 
Albert Leech. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 2107 

F, 6 p., song. 

F. A. Leech, United States. C 126736, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

On the parkway down by the pond; words 
and music by John J. Shea, jr. Ja- 
maica Plains, Mass. John J . Shea, j r. 
music pub. co. 2108 

F. 6p. 

J. J. Shea, jr. J Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
C 126643, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

On to viotory; march, Mackie-Bever. 

2109 
4^. band pts. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126668, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Onoe again for old Hatian; music & verse 
by C. M. Seymour. 2110 

F, 3 p. 

C. M. Seymour, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 126687, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

Once n|K>n a time; by £. A. Murphy. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2111 

f°, 6 p., song. 

E. A. Murphy, Canada. C 126702, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

One two three four; words and music by 
''Sonny" Cunha. 2112 

Albert R. Cunha, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
C 127320, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906. 

Only a buneh of Tiolete; by Neill. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2118 
f*', 5 p., 0ong. 

M. Neill Williams, United States. C 
126748, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

3595— PT 3, NO 10—06 3 



Oriental danoe; from Wonderland, by 
Victor Herbert. 2114 

fo unp., pf. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 125076, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Orth (L. E.) 

tiixty songs from Mother Goose op. 12. 

2115 

8°, Wp. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127260, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906. 

Osgood (Geo. L.) 

Shadow; soprano in F, words by Ade- 
laide Procter. 2116 

i«,7p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Nov. 4, 1906. 
C 126635, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Onr bine-eyed darling; [words by] Althea 
French, [music byj W. E. Duffell. 

2117 

fo, 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126910, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Onr darling in heaven; by Mae Anna Lee. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2118 

F, 5 p., song. 

M. A. Lee, United States. C 127391, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13. 1906. 

Onr president; song by Ella M. Boston. 
Chicago, Success music co. 21 19 

fo, 6 p., song. 

E. M. Boston, United States. C 127427, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Onr nnion; by H. Ferdinand Hutchison. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2120 

f, 6 p., song. 

H. F. Hutchison, United States. 
127413, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Pabst (Harry) 

Principles of violin technic. 25 studies 
in the Ist position op. 11. (Eastman's 
red music books no. 4.) Cleveland, 
Eastman's publishing house. 2121 

40, 23 p. 

A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
127664, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 18, 1906. 

Palmer (0. Molynenz) 

Boreas. (The musical times, no. 762.) 

2122 

8®, 5 p. 

Novello <& CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126534, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 
1906. 



180 



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Papilloni; Louis Conrath. 8188 

f«, 11 p., pf. 

Kunkel broB. , St. Lduis, Mo. C 126622, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Parade of the hamming birdi; march-two 
step, F. H. Losey, op. 207. 2184 

4<*, orch., pts. 

Vandersloot xnasic pub. oo., Williams- 
port, Pa C 126644, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 2, 1906. 

Patrick (Kathaniel) 

BenedictuB in G minor; transposed to 
A minor, edited by John E. West. 
iJNovello's octavo edition of church serv- 
ices in vocal score no. 72. ) 8185 

BP, 19 p. 

C 127339, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Kyrie eleison and Nicene creed in G 
minor; transposed to A minor, edited by 
John E. West. ( Novello's octavo edition 
of church services in vocal score no. 73. ) 

8186 

8°, 27 p. 

C 127340, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G 
minor; transposed to A minor, edited by 
John E. West. (Novello's octavo edition 
of church services in vocal score no 74. ) 

8127 

9P, 36 p. 

C 127341, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Te Deum laudamus in G minor; trans- 
posed to A minor, e<lited by John E. 
West. { Novello's octavo edition of church 
services in vocal score no. 71. ) 2128 

9P, 11 p. 

C 127338, Aug. 13, 1906. 

Novell© & CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. 2 c. of each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Patriotic echoes; valzer [by] G. Virgil lito. 

2129 

f>, 6p..pf. 

G. Virgillito, New Haven, Conn. C 
127114, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. 

Pattiion (J. N.) 

Sunrise mazurka caprice; (Le lever de 
soleil) for the pianoforte. 2130 

f^.7p. 

Theodore Preeser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127573, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Per gradus; (Step by step) [by] Nap. 
Iloule. 2131 

A°, band pts. 

Harry Coleman, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127226, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



Peteard (Emile) 
Mazurka de concert op. 50. 8188 

f°, 7 p., pf. 

Theodore Preeser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127145, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Pother (Henry S. ) 

Teasing: barn < lance for band. Boosey 
& co's brass and reed band journal no. 
451. 2188 

8°, pto. 

Francis, Day A Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126040, July 23, 1906; 1 c. Jnlv 
23, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Pheemie; words by Arthur J. Lamb, mu- 
sic by F. Channon. 2184 

F, 6p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127561, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

Pike (Harry Hale) 

Mid-summer (A) day; part song for 
mixed voices, words by George Cooper. 
(Oliver Ditson company's octavo ed. no. 
11537. ) 218d 

8°, 6 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mase. 
C 127251, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Place (A) in my heart that'i only for you; 

a ballad of love, words by Charles 

Noel Douglas, music by Frederic W. 

Mills. 2136 

leaf. 

Household guest co., Chicago, 111. C 
126590, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Praise the great Creator; [words bv] Liz- 
zie De Armond, [music by] Chas. H. 
Gabriel. 2137 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127066, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Prepare; [words by] J. D. B., [music by] 
James D. Bamitz. 2138 

leaf. 

J. D. Barnitz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
126662, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Prince (The) charming polkarette; [by] 
Monroe H. Rosenfeld. L. F. e'd. 
graded coll. of modern standard com- 
positions by favorite composers, grade 
three, 46. 2139 

f**, 5 p.. pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127686, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

PrinccBB Edna; [by] Carey O. Moi^n, 
arr. bv Eugene Kaeuffer. Chi- 
cago, f ioneer music pub. co. 2140 
f°, 6 p. pf. 

C. O. Morgan, United States. C 127293, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



181 



Proeseholdt (C. F. ) 

Mazurka; for the pianoforte. 2141 

F. 6p. 

C 127456, Aug. 14, 1906. 

Minstrel (The) and the echo; for the 
pianoforte. 2142 

f°. 5 p. 
C 127455, Aug. 14, 1906. 

Frederick Proeseholdt, New York.N. Y. 
2 c. of each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Prophecy of the oracle; for piano by Chas. 
F. Carlson. 214S 

r=>, 7 p. 

Middle States press. Salt Lake City, 
Utah. C 126846, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. June 
16, 1906. 

Puccini (0.) 

Madama Butterfly. Finale, alto 2, 
coro interno ed orchestra, instrunienta- 
zione di C. Preite. (Biblioteca dei corpi 
dimusica.) 2144 

F, 9p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
127328, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

potpourri riduzione per piccolo or- 

cnestra di Giovanni Albisi. (inter- 
mezzi musicali no. 327. ) 

4°, 13 p. 

G. Ricordi & c, Milano, Italy. C 
126992, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Pngno (Baonl) 

Paytages; quatre pieces, pour piano, 
no. 1: Brumes matenales; no. 2: Tinte- 
mentfi de clochettes; no. 3: Bruits de 
f^te; no. 4: Quand tout dort. 2146 

^, 7, 7, 9, 7 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127670-127673, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 18, 1906. 

Qneen of little Bhody; words by Chas. R. 

Weller, music by Metropolitan music 

CO. New York, Melville music pub. 

CO. 2146 

f°.5p. 

Chas. R. Weller, Waynesboro, Pa. C 
124384, June 26, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Bagged thoughts; a black coffee sketch 

ragtime mtermezzo, march and two 

step [by] J. Louis von der Mehden, 

jr 2147 

4<», orch. pt«. 

J. L. von der Mehden, jr.. New York, 
N. Y. C 127245, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10. 1906. 

Bally round our soliool; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music by] Ohas. H. 
Gabriel. 2148 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127058, , 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. I 



Bavel (Manrioe) 

! Introduction et allegro; pour harpe. 

2149 

fo, 13 p. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127264, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Seed organ lelectioni' for charch use. ( The 
half dollar music series.) 2160 

4°, 59 p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127585, Aug. 16, 1906; 2c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Beipighi (Ottorino) 

Composizioni per violino con accom- 
pagnamento di pianoforte, no. 1: Ro- 
manza; no. 2: Aubade; no. 3: Madrigale; 
no. 4: Berceuse; no. 5: Hunioresque. 
Edition Mozarthaus, Wien. 2101 

fo, 7, 9. 6, 3, 9 p. 

Fried rich Hofmeister, Leipzig, Ger- 
many. C 126767-126771. Aug. 4, 1906; 2 
c. of each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Benben Hnikini; by E. A. Fulton. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2162 

f°, 6 p., 80Dg. 

E. A. Fulton, United States. C 127407, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Bheinberger (Josepli) 

Jagd (Die); fur das pianoforte op. 5, 
edited and fingered by H. N. Redman. 
Drei kleine concertstucke no. 1. 2168 

f°. 5 p. 

White-Smith music pub. co., Boston, 
Mass. C 126724, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
3, 1906. 

Biego (Tereia del) 

All's right with the world; words by 
Robert Browning. Music pictures, a ser- 
ies of songs, no. 4. 2164 
i«.4p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
127039, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Dormeuse; a lullaby, words by Mar- 
celine Desbordes Valmore, English ver- 
sion by Teresa del Riego. (Music pic- 
tures no. 5.) 2166 

f°. 5p. 

Chappell &co., ltd., London, England. 
C 127609, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Moral (A) set to music; words 'Tradi- 
tional." 2166 
1°, 5p. 

Chappell <& CO., London, England. C 
126545, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

The songs of Summer; and April's gifts, 
two songs, no. 1 low. 2167 

P, 8 p. 

Chappell & CO., London, England. C 
126542, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



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CATALOGUK OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Riker (Franklin) 

Four songs with piano ace. Waken, 
sweet; woras by Frank Chaffee, high 
voice. The hunter's song; words by Levi 
P. Smith, high voice. Love's right; 
words by Frank Chaffee, high in D nat. 
The tide; words by Thomas Keed Powell, 
medium voice. 2158 

!9, 5, 4, 3, 8 p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127622-127625, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 17, 1906. 

Rioter's (The); two step, [by] Margaret 
Busey. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 8169 

f°, 7 p.. pf. 

M. Busey, United States. C 127287, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Robin notes; words and music by Millie 
Modlin. 2160 

f>, 5p. 

M. Modlin, Greencastle, Ind. C 127540, 
Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Robin Redbreast; [words by] Edward 
Oxenford, [music by] F. W. West- 
hoff. 2161 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93317, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Roek a bye rook a bye; words and music 
by C. W. Toner. Soprano in E flat. 

2162 
f», 6p. 

Contralto in C. 

f>, 5p. 

C. W. Toner, Seattle, Wash. C 127271 
& 127274, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 
11, 1906. 

Roll, roll on; Imagine you're a railroad 
train, words and music by Geo. A. 
Norton. 2163 

S9, unp. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. 127220, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

Romance; [by] H. Vieuxtemps, op. 24, 
no. 1 revised bv R. Klugescheid 
violin <& pf. ' 2164 

P, sc, 9 p., V. pb., 4 p. 

Carl Fischer, New Y'ork, N. Y. C 
126806, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Romance; Flower song from Chas. 
Gounod's Faust, arr. by Hugo Wag- 
ner, trombone & pf. (C. Fischer's 
ed.) 2165 

fo, sc., 6 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126812, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 



Ronald (LanHen) 

An interlude; song, words by Charles 
Swinburne. (By permission of Messrs. 
Chatto & Windus) no. 3 in F. New 
York, Boosey & co. 2166 

f«.7p. 

Enoch & sons, London, England. C 
126535, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Roosevelt (The) girl ; two step, [bv] Nom 
E. Davenport. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2167 

fo, 6 p., pf. 

N. E. Davenport, United States. C 
126923, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 6, 1906. 

Rosa; march two step, by Frank M. Lis- 
ton and Walter B. Countee. 216ft 

f°. 5p., pf. 

Liston & Countee, Kansas City, Mo. 
C 127117, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Rosalie waltsei ; from the opera Bo^alie; 
or. The Japanese fairies, by Willard 
Spenser. 2169 

fo 11 p., pf. 

W. Spenser, Wayne, Pa. C 116809, 
Mar. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Rose (Algernon) 

Imperial (The) minuet; invented by 
R. M. Crompton, music arr. for piano. 

8170 
f°, 5p. 

Imperial society of dance teachers, Lon- 
don, England. C 127590, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Rosse (Frederick) 

Sea (The) pinks and the nautilus; song 
from The beauty of Bath. 2171 

1°, 5p. 

Ascherberg, Hop wood Sc Crew, ltd., 
London, England C 127508, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Bonisel (Albert) 

Rustiques; pour le piano op. 5, no. 2: 
Promenade sentimentale en for^t; no. 3: 
Retour de f^te. 2178 

fo, 8°, 11 p. 

A Durand & fils, Paris, France. 
127265, 127266, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 10, 1906. 

Royal (The ) dragoons; march, arr. by Paul 
de Ville, (C. Fischer's ed., American 
star jour.) band. 2178 

4°, pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. G 
126795, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Rnby the gem of my heart; words and mu- 
sic by Albert T. E. Smith, arr. by 
Bertram M. Harlowe. 2174 

f° unp. 

A. T. E. Smith, Woonsocket, R, I. C 
89501, Feb. 27, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 



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183 



Sub along; by Chas. Le Paige. 8176 

t9,5p., song. 

Marcus Witmark & sons, New York, 
N. Y. C 122561, May 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

SuBBian (The) exile; by Mrs. E. J. S. Keen. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2176 

P, 6 p., 8onR. 

Mrs. E. J. 8. Keen, United States. C 
126750, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Sad and lonely; words by Mrs. Etta Linder, 
music by John Martin. Chicago, 
Illinois music book house. 2177 

^,3 p. 

Mrs. £. Linder, St. James, Me. C 
127192, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9. 1906. 

Sadie O'Grsdy firom sweet Donegal; by £. A. 
Murphy. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2178 

F, unp., song. 

E. A. Murphy, Canada. C 126705, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Salter (Mary Turner) 

Mary's manger song; song for a hiffh 
voice with chorus a cappella ad lib. 
and organ ace, poem by VV. C. Gan- 
nett. 2179 

P,fc..l p. and cbo. pt. in se. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127621, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

San Franciieo by the sea; song by Ida 
Bell. Chicago, Success music co. 

2180 

P,6p. 

Ida Fox, United States. C 127043, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

San Franciaoo (The) eatastrophe; song by 
Chas. A. Andey. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2181 

f°,6p. 

Chas. A. Anderson, United States. C 
127046, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 

Saa Praneiseo (The) disaater; song by Stella 
Shields. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2182 

S. Shields, United States. C 126752, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Saa Franciaoo*! doom; song by Helen M. 
Bnish. Chicago, Success music co. 

2183 
f*. 3 p., (jonir. 

H. M. Brush, United States. C 127416, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Baaderaon (Wilfrid) 

A summer greeting; words by Helen 
Taylor, no. 1 in A flat. 2184 

Gould & CO., London, England. C 
125605, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. 



Sanford (Harold B.) 

Romanza; for violin and piano. 2186 
f°, sc., 5p. and v. pt. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127254, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Batiafled there; [words by] £. E. Hewitt, 
[music by] Geo. VV. Walton. 2186 
leaf. 

Jerrv March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126475, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

Saner (Emil) 

Romance sans paroles. Song without 
words; for the piano, edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. 2187 

F, 5p. 

G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
126714, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Sawyer (F. E.) 

Spanish (A) romance; trio arr. by 
Frank Lynes. (Octavo series women's 
voices no. 334.) 2188 

8°, 11 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126873, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Seale of A minor relative to C major ; no. 2. 

2189 

1 card, 274 Inches. 

C 126303, July 27, 1906. 

Soale of C major in foar octaves ; no. 1. 

2190 

1 card, 27i inches. 

C 126300, July 27, 1906. 

Soale of D major; no. 5. 2191 

1 card, 27i inches. 
C 126304, July 27. 1906. 

Seale of E minor, relative to major ; no. 4. 

2192 

1 card, 27i inches. 

C 126301, July 27, 1906. 

Soale of major; no. 3. 2193 

1 card, 27 i Inches. 

C 126302, July 27, 1906. 

Royal conservatory of music, Kansas 
City, Mo. 2 c. of each July 27, 1906. 

Schmidt's collection of fonr-part songs for 
women's voices, v. 1. 2194 

8^ 105 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126722, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Schmidt's collection of three-part songs for 

women's voices. v. 1. Edition 

1 Schmidt no. 115 A. 2195 

' 8°, 102 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
I 126600, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23. 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sehneoker (P. A.) 

Across the campus: two-step {for] 
piano. 2196 

1°. 5p. 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127261, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Schfinbrim (8.) 

Fairy (The) echo; romance op. 23 
piano, edited by Hans Lichter. (Salon 
music first series. ) 8197 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 
C 127253, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Sehorr (Israel) 

N'Ginoth Banich Schorr; synagogen 
gesaenge fuer die hohen feiertage. 2198 

49, 260 p. 

Israel Schorr, Brooklyn, N. Y. C 
124551, June 29, 1906; 2 c' Aug. 14, 1906. 

Schubert (Frani) 

Military march, op. 51 no. 1 ; for the 
pianoforte art. by Preston Ware Orem. 

2199 

f>, 8p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127144, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Sohnmann (Oeorg) 

Veriissmeinnicht: [ged. v.] Hoffmann 
V. Fallersleben. (Musik fiiralle, 2Jahr- 
gang nr. 28. ) 2200 

4<>. p. 4fi(M61. 

Ullstein & co., Berlin, Germany. C 
127350, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

8coot; or, Bat nigger what ran so fast, 
words and music by Thos. T. Railey. 

2201 

1°, 6p. 

Allen music co., Columbia, Mo. C 
127211, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

8cndere (8alyatore) 

Sleep on. Dormi pure, in G sop. or 
ten. translated and adapted by Theo. T. 
Barker. 2202 

f'.Tp. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass. In re- 
newal for 14 yearn from Oct. 9, 1906. C 
126639, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

8ea-Bhell; written by Percy Edgar, com- 
I)Osed by Henry E. Pether. 2208 
f, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126645, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

Beeboeck (W. C. E. ) 

As the seasons come and go; cantata, 
words by Clara Adele Neidig. 2204 

4° 109 p., V(K«. se. 

Clara Adele Niedig, Des Moines, Iowa. 
A 148548, June 16, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. 



Sentry (The); march, by Arthur H. Has- 
kins, an*, for piano duet by Karl L. 
Hoschna. 2205 

f°.7p. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 92057, Apr. 5, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Shadows (The) of the evening hoars; duet 

for soprano and alto, [words by] 

Adelaide E. Procter, [music by] 

Arthur W. Nelson. 2208 

4 leaves. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, HI. C 127153, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Shadows will go; [words by] Rev. W. C. 
Martin, [music bv] W. H. Doane. 

2207 

leaf. 

W. H. Doane, United States. C 126659, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

She is sleeping 'mid the roses of the West; 
by Anna King. Chicago, Success 
music CO. 220S 

f9, 6 p., Bong. 

A. King, United States. C 127425, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

She's jnst as sweet as the sasar eane that 
grows; words by Alfred H. Reford, 
music by Wm. R, Stobbe. 2209 

f°, unp. 

A. H. Reford, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
85859, Jan. 3, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

Shooting star; serenade, E. H. Prey, arr. 
by G. H. Reeves. (C. Fischer's ed. 
universal band jour. 882. ) 2210 

4P, pt8. 

Cari Fischer, New York. N. Y. C 
126787, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Shooting stars; intermezzo march and two 
step, [by] Guy L. Story. 2211 

f*', 6 p., pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127048, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Shovellin' coal; words and music by Jean 
C. Havez. 2212 

fo.Sp. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 127221, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c Aug. 
6, 1906. 

Siegel-Myers correepondenoe school of 

mnsio. Harmony lesson; composed 

and edited bv Aclolph Rosenbecker, 

nos. 1, 2, 3, 4'. 221S 

1 leaf each. 

C 126486, 126489, July 30, 1906. 

Piano lesson; composed and edited 

by William H. Sherwood; nos. 9, 10. 

2214 

1 leaf each. 

C 126484, 126485, July 30, 1906. 



MUSICAL 0OHPOSITION8 



185 



•iegel-Hyera oorreipondenoe Mhool of 

musie. Singing lesson; composed 

and -edited by George Crampton, nos. 

1, 2. 2210 

1 leaf each. 

C 126490, 126491, July 30, 1906. 

Siegel-Myere correspondence school of 
music, Chicago, 111. 2 c. of each July 28, 
1906. 

Biewert (H.) 

Maiglockchens lauten: (How the may- 
bell rings.) for the piano op. 67, edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 2216 

f*. 6p. 

G. Schinper, New York, N. Y. C 
127242, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Signal (The) bell; song by Alice May 

Wiley. Chicago, Success music 

CO. 2217 
f', 5 p., song. 

A, M. Wiley, United States. C 127431, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Silver jabiloe mareh; [by] Paul Schob. 

2218 

40, band pts. 

4°, orch. pts. 

C 127527 & 127533, Aug. 16, 1906. 

W. H. Willis & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
2 c. of each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Simple aven; romance, F. Thom^, arr. bv 

Theo. M. Tobani, trombone A pi. 

(C. Fischer's ed. ) 2219 

f°, 90., 6 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 

126813, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Sing alleluia forth; [by] F. l^ester Price. 

2220 

8 leaves, song. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127176, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Bkidoo; characteristic march, [bv] Lester 
W. Keith, for band. " 2221 

40, 20 pts. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
127020, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Sleigh-bells (The) jnbilee; [words by] 
Samuel Callan, [music oy] Hiiken 
Nilsson. 2222 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93319, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Smith (Oerrit) 

Candy (The) lion; words by Abbie 
Farwell Brown, trio arr. by Frank Lynes. 
(Octavo series women's voices no. 332.) 

2228 

8°, 4 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126871, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 190G. 



Snow to fair: [by] Karl Meister. 2224 
leaf, song. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93324, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Soldiers; march and patrol [bv] M. H. 
Fall. ' 2225 

F, 6p. 

M. H. Fall, Albion, Mich. 127036, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Sometimes; words and music by Caro 
Roma. 2226 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 120512, May 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Sonnds from Austria; comet solo or duet, 
Theo. M. Tobani, arr. by L. P. 
Laurendeau. (C. Fischer's ed. uni- 
versal band jour. 891) 2227 
40, pts. 

Cari Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126788, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Sounds from the desert; waltzes, [by] Livy 
Robertson, arr. [by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. 2222 

f°, 7 p., pf. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126919, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Southern belle; two step by Zelle Minor. 
Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 2229 

f°,5p. 

Z. Minor, Richmond, Va. C 127000, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Spanish belle; by A. A . Selick. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2280 

f*>, 5 p., song. 

A. A. Selick, United States. C 127388, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Spot (A) in Indiana; by Michael Edward 
Toole. Chicago, Success music co. 

2281 
1°, 5 p., song. 

M. E. Toole, United States. C 127387, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Spring fancies; a romanza for the piano- 
forte, by Newton Boggess. Alton, 
111., The Davis music co. 2282 

f°, 6p. 

N. M. Boggess, White Hall, 111., 
126758, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Sproii (Charles Gilbert) 

A great and glorious vision; low voice. 

2288 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
126529, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



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Stanford (C. y.) 

Lark' 8 (The) ^rave; [words by] West- 
wood. (Choruses for equal voices no. 
1037. ) 2234 

C 127129, Aug. 9, 1906. 

March (A) landscape: [words by] 
Wordsworth, (choruses for equal voices 
no. 1038. ) 2236 

8<», 4 p. 

C 127131, Aug. 9, 1906. 

This is the way; [words] anon., (cho- 
ruses for equal voices no. 1039. ) 2286 
8<», 6p. 
C 127130, Aug. 9, 1906. 

J. Ourwen & sons, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. 2 c. of each Aug. 13, 1906. 

fltanley (Herbert) 

Two lyric pieces for the pianoforte. 
Twilight devotion. 2287 

f^.sp. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa, 
C 126553, July 31, 1906j 2 c. July 31, 
1906. 

Starlight (The) of my Colorado home; 

words and music by George W. 

Lind. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 2288 

f °. 6 p. 

G. W. Lind, United States. C 126926, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Stare; [words by] F R. Havergal, [mu- 
sic by] F. W. Westhoff. 2289 
leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93313, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Stars (The), the itripee and yon; [by] T. 
Justin Wheeler, arr. by T. P. &Geo. 
J. Trinkaus. 2240 

f°, mand. orch. pto. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 127364, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906. 

march & two step intro. Run along, 



arr. for band by W. C. O'Hare. 

4° pts. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 127613, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Steeple belle; [words by] tiallie K. Best, 
[music by] Thoro Harris. 2241 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127203, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Stiener (W. K.) 

A pproaching Spri ng ; f or th e pianoforte. 

2242 

!^, 6 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126602, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. 



Strolling home with Jennie; [by] Thos. S. 
A 1 len for song orchestration 224S 

8°, 11 ptis. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Maes. C 127016, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Stronffheart; intermezzo — two step, [by] 
\Vill E. Dulmage. 2244 

I®. 7 p., pf. 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. C 
127505, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Stuart (Leilie) 

Belle (The) of Mayfair; a musical com- 
edy, book by Chas. H. £. Brookfield and 
Cosmo Hamilton. Pianoforte score. 2246 

99, 107 p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127133, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 

Suddi (W. F.) 

Dance of the waves and moonbeams; 
Morc^au characteristique for piano, op. 
46. 2246 

i«,7p. 

W. F. Sudds, New York, N. Y., in m- 
newal for 14 years from Oct. 26, 1906. C 
126974, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. 

Swing song op. 47, piano composition. 

2247 

fo, 6 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 vears from Nov. 4, 1906. C 
126636, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Sullivan (Arthur) 

Allegretto from the Symphonv in E; 
arrangement for pianoforte solo oy Wil- 
fred Bendall. 2248 

4° 12 p. 

C 127331, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906. 

Andante espressivo, from the Symphony 
in E; arranged for pianoforte solo bv 
Wilfred Bendall. 2249 

49, 9 p. 

C 127558, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Novello & CO., ltd., London, England. 

Summer secrets; waltz, [by] Theo. 0. 
Taubert, arr. by R. E. Hildreth, for 
orchestra. 2250 

4°, 11 pte. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 127014, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Snndown (The) sea; words by Jas. H. 

Thomas, music by Mrs. Carrie L. 

Waggoner. 2251 
f°. 7 p., pf. 

Kunkelbros., St. Louis, Mo. C 126621, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 



KUSICAIi COMPOSITIONS 



187 



flnnliglit (The) danoe; schottische, Arthur 
M. Cohen, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 
(J. W. Pepper's 20th century jour. ) 

2252 

4° orch. pta. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126672, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Sunlight to twilight; words by M. T. An- 
gell, [musicj by R. L. Nsush. Chi- 
cago, Illinois music book house. 

2258 

f°.8p. 

M. T. Angell, Attleboro, Mafis. C 
127187, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Bnter (Bofai 0.) 

Before Thy throne; sacred song, [words 
by] John R. Stephenson. 2254 

f**. 6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127619, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Swan (The); (Le Cygne) melody, C. 
Saint-Saens, arr. by R. Klugescheid 
(C. Fischer's ed.) 2255 

4° orch. pt8. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126796, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Sweet darling mother; [words bv] Bishop 

B. McCarter, [|music by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2256 

f °, 6 p. 

B. B. McCarter, Pocatello, Idaho. C 
126828, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

Sweet days of youth; words by Chas. F. 
Bluska, music by Theo. O. Taubert. 
Sandusky, Ohio, Lake Erie music 
CO. 2267 

C. F. Bluska, Sandusky, Ohio. C 
126223, July 26, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Sweet Elisabeth; by Mrs. E. Frances. 
Chicago, Success music co. 225 S 

f°, 5 p., song. 

}fr^. E. Frances Lusk, United States. 
C 127414, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Sweet In Hie ear; [words by] Ada Blenk- 
hom, [music by] Schuoert, arr. by 
Thoro Harris. 2259 

4 leavei!. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127171, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Sweet Julienne; words and music by Jean 

C. Harez. 2260 

f°.6p. 

T^w Pockstader pub. co., New York, 
N'. Y. C 127224, Aug. 10, 1906, 2 c. Aug. 
6,1906. 



Sweet Oneida; by A. A. Selick. Chicago, 
Success music co. 2261 

fo, 5 p., song. 

A. A. Selick, United States C 127402, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Sweet remembrance; by Henry Hannusch, 
Chicago, Success music co. 2262 

F, 5 p., song. 

H . Hannusch, United States. C 127649. 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Sweet Spring; [by] R. Le Roy Corkran. 
Chicago, Illinois music book house. 

2268 

fo, 8 p., song. 

R. Le R. Corkran, Rhodesdale, Md. 
C 127193, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Sweeteit (The) girl that Dixie ever knew» 
by VV. D. Carnes. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2264 
fo, 5 p., song. 

W. D. Carnes, United States. C 1 27409, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Sweetest love; by Mrs. Nellie Baldwin. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2265 

f° 4 p., song. 

Mrs. N. Baldwin, United States. C 
126725, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Sweetheart Hay; by John R. Spalding. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2266 

f°, 6 p., song. 

J. R. Spalding, United States. C 
127884, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Tag, you're it; words and music by Will 
O. Daly. 2287 

f°. 5 p. 

W. O. Daly, Mobile, Ala. C 124109, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Take a little ride with me; a conversation 
with music between an automobilist 
and a dairy maid, words collected by 
Jack Drislane, music selected by 
Theodore Morse. 226S 

F, 5p. 

F. B. Ilaviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 126786, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. July 
31, 1906. 

Take me back to dear old Dixie; words by 
Tell Taylor, music by Harry A. iillis. 

2269 

fo, 5 p. 

Victor Kremer co , Chicago, 111. C 
126869, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Take me on the roUeri; words by Barney 
Gilmore, music by Will H. Long, jr. 

2270 

f°, 5 p. 

Ijeo Feist, New York, N. Y. C 125935, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



188 



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Talk (A) with Jeiui; [words by] Sallie K. Thayer (WilUam Armour) 

Best, [music] arr. 2271 My laddie; a Scotch love-song, high 

l®&'- voice in G, with piano aoc 2281 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127198, fo, 4 p. 



Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



G. Schirmer, New York, N. Y. C 
127005, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 6, 1906. 



Taaagra the beautifal; composed for the 

piano, by Herbert J. Wrightson ^^^^ j. ^ j^^^. ^ ^^^^ , ^ ^^ ^^^^^ 

**^* ' Robins, [music by] George W. Wal- 



f°,5p. 

Will A. Watkins music co., Dallas, 
Tex. C 127327, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. July 
28, 1906. 

Teaidale (Howard M.) 



ton. 2282 

leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126474, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 



Rise to all eternity; sacred sons for low 
yoi(« in F, a new arrangement o? the old | There's a little flag on high; written by 

Hugh Seton, composed by J. Airli'e 
Dix. 2283 

F, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126988, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 



hymn Jesus lover of my soul. 2278 

r»p. 

W. H. Willis A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 127530, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug 15, 1906. 

Tell me; song, words and music by Geo. 



H. Finzel. 
F, unp. 

Vaux music co., inc., Detroit, Mich. 
C 126959, Aug. 6, 1906: 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Tell me sweetheart; words and music by 
Dr. J. B. Everett. 2275 

F,5p. 



2274 . ^' ^^^• 



There*s a man in Manitoba; written by Dan 
Lipton, composed by C. W. Murphy. 

2284 

f°, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 126989, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
7, 1906. 



Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 127298, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 Thine forever; [words by] M. F. Maude, 
c. Aug. 11, 1906. - - - 



Tell the story; [words and music by] 
Robert L. Fletcher. 2276 



leaf. 



[music by] G. T. Burnett. 2285 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO.. Chicago. 111. C 127166, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 



R. L. Fletcher, Washington, D. C. C „^, , ^. ^ ru t n mr ^.^ 

T.'^.^s \n<T ifi iQOfi. 9o Am,. 16. 1906. Thine is the greatness; [by] Geo. Marks 



127552, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Tempter (The) ; by Stella A. Happersett. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2277 

f®, 5 p., song. 

S. A. Happersett, United Staten. C 
126745, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Tenderly garland the graves; [words by] 
Ida L. Reed, [music by] F. W. 
Westhoff. 2278 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, III. C 93316, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Thanksgiving; [words bv] Ida L. Reed, 
[mu-ic by] F. W. Westhoff. 2279 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicaoro, III. C 93318, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

That dear old fashioned cottage, is my home 
sweet home; [words by] Ida E. 
Rogers, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2280 
f«, 6 p. 

I. E. Rogers, United States. C 126970, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. 



Evans. 2286 

2 leaves, tsong. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, III. C 127173, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Thursday is my Jonah day; song from The 

time, the place, and the girl, Ivric by 

Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, 

music by Jos. E. Howard. 2287 

f° unp. 

Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. C 
127033, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Time has brought no changes to my heart; 
words by Geo. A. Norton, music by 
Geoffrey 0' Hara. 2288 

f°, 5 p. 

Lew Dockstader pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 127225, Aug. 10,.1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. 

'Tls the very same Jesns; [words by] C. M . 
Keach, [music by] A. E. Bloom. 

2289 

leaf. 

A. E. Bloom, Monticello, Wis. C 
127689, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 



HTTBICAL COMPOSITIONS 



189 



'TU woman makei the home; [by] Louise 
8. Dorr. 2290 

fo, 6 p., song. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126911, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906.- 

Titl*a celebrated lerenade; solo for cello, 

clarinet, Horn or E fiat alto, arr. by 

Theo. M. Tobani cello & pf. (C. 

Fischer's ed. ) 2291 

f**, ec., unp., cello pt. 

clarinet & pf . 

f, ac.. unp., clarinet pt. 
C 126805-126809, Aug. 4, 1906. 

solo for cornet, alto saxophone, alto 



clarinet baritone or trombone, arr. by 
Theo. M. Tobani, (C. Fischer's ed.) 
f°, unp. 
C 128816, Aug. 4, 1906. 

arr. by Theo. M. Tobani, band, (C. 



Fischer's ed. ) 
40, ptn. 

C 126821, Aug. 4, 1906. 
Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 

2 c. of each Aug. 4, 1906. 

To Paw Paw for mine; words and music by 
E. C. Mevers. 2292 

F, 5p. 

Thompson music co., Chicago, 111. C 
127518, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

To Spring; (An den fruhling) [by|| Edvard 

Grieg, op. 43, no. 6. revised and 

fingered by W. W. Goldthwaite. 

Boston, Evans music co. 2298 

f . 7 p., pf. 

W. A. Evans, Boston, Mass. C 126947, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

ToiUng (The) country girl; by Tilly J. 

Novak. Chicago, Success music 

CO. 2294 
f>, 6 p., song. 

T. J. Novak, United States. C 127394, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Toreador song; (Carmen) G. Bizet, solo 
for comet, or trombone (baritone) 
arr. by Theo. M. Tobani. (C. Fisch- 
er's ed. ) 2296 
f**, 4 p., trombone pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126816, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Toreador's song and march from Carmen; 

G. Bizet, solo for violoncello, flute 

or clarinet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani, 

cello & pf. (C. Fischer's ed.) 2296 

P, 8C., unp., cello pt. 

Clarinet & pf. 

f , 9C., unp., clarinet pt. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126807, 126808, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Aug. 4, 1906. 



Tears (Frank E.) 

II pleure dans mon coeur; (O softly 
falls the rain) paroles de Paul Verlaine, 
English version by Percy Greenbank. 

2297 

f°.5p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127608, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
17. 1906. 

Wind (The) in the orchard; song no. 
2 in C, words by Fred. E. Weatherly. 

229S 
f.7p. 

Chappell <& CO., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127230, Aug, 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
10, 1906. 

Towne (T. Martin) 

Brewer's first lessons in vocal music 
and song collection. 2299 

120, 64 p. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. A 146626, 
May 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Towne's mnsic chart. 2800 

leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, III. C 152261, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. 

Tra-la-la! or, Scraps; written by R P. 
Weston & Fred. J. Barnes, composed 
by Maurice Scott. 2801 

19, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127132, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 

Tranquil ( The ) days ; [by] Mary D. House. 

2802 

fo, 5 p., song. 

Pioueer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127300, Aug. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Trtfpard (Emile) 

Gai printempe: po^sie de Charles Ma- 
relle, chant et piano no. 3. 2808 

f°. 3 p. 

L. Grus & cie. Paris, France. C 127342, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Trojelli (A.) 

Little (The) hens; (Les petites pou- 
lettes) mazurka burlesque. (Character- 
istic pieces for the piano.) 2804 

«*»,6p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127571, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. 

Trowbridge (J. E.) 

Blessed be the I^rd. Psalm XXVIII. 
(Sacred octavo series mixed voices no. 
728. ) 2306 

8°. 7 p. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. C 
126875, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



190 



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mirioh (Fr.) 

Drei (Die) blutstropfen; gedicht von 
Karl Haupt, preischor fiir mannerchor 
op. 105 no. 2. 2806 

8°. 7 p. 

C 127602, Aug. 17, 1906. 

PreiBch(Jre, op. 106 no. 1: Wo ist Gott; 
gedicht von FehxDahn; no. 2: AmRhein; 
gedicht von Otto Hausmann; fiir manner- 
chor. 2807 

go. 7, 3 p. 

C 127600, 127601, Aug. 17, 1906. 

F. Ullrich, Godesbei^, a/Rh., Ger- 
many. 2 c. of each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Undergradnate (The) ; march and two step, 
by Arthur M. Weeks. 2808 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
126810, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Uni ist ein kind geboren; (Unto us a child 
is born) [by] H. B. Proelil. no. 12. 
Festgesange fiir miinnerchure. 2809 
4°, 5 p. 

H. B. Proehl, Chicago, 111. C 127214, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

Uplifted banners; [words by] Lizzie De 
Armond, [music by] Chas. H. 



Gabriel. 



2810 



leaf. 



Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127056, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Use It for Jesns; [words by] E. £. Hewitt 
[music by] F. Raymond. 2811 

leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126476, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

Van Biene (Edward) 

Vespers; intermezzo for violin and 
piano. Reeder A Walsh's sixpenny 
musical marvels no. 41. 2812 

t°, 8c., 4 p. and V. pt. 

Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 
C 126445, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 
1906. 

Vannah (Kate) 

Tears of Christ; song with violin obli- 
gato, words by Lilian Mortimer. 2818 
fP, Rc., 8 p. and v. pt. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127146, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Yenns; waltz by Kathleen A. Roberts. 
L. F. graded ed. standard compo- 
sitions by favorite composers, 2nd 
grade, 11. 2814 

f°, 8p.,pf. 

Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y. C 127681, 
Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 



Tera; a hammock serenade written and 
composed by Tom Meller, Alf J. 
Lawrence & Harry Gifford. Reeder 
& Wal8h'»« sixpenny marvels no. 38. 

2815 
I f°, 4 p. 

• Reeder & Walsh, London, England. 
1 C 126444, July ;-.0, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

Teme (Adela) 

I wonder why; song no. 2 in G, words 
by PAquerette ^Forrester. New York, 
Boosey & co. 2816 

f°,7p. 

£noch & sons, London, England. C 
127445, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. 

Vesper hymn; (Lux umbri) words by 
John T. Wightman, music by Carey 
Bonner. 2817 

leaf. 

J. T. Wightman, Baltimore, Md. C 
126627, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Tiotim (A) to poverty slie fell; by J. W. 
Johnson. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2318 

f°, 5 p., aong. 

J. W. Johnson, United States. C 
127400. Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

; Vienna beauties; (Weaner mad'ln) waltz, 

C. M. Ziehrer, arr. by < ». H. Reeves. 

(C. Fischer's ed. universal band 

jour. 892.) 2819 

4°, pte. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
126791, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

Villa Nova; march and two step [by] 
Ross Moore. Chicago, Illinois, 

music book house. 2820 

f^, 3 p. 

R. Moore, Devils Lake, N. Dak. C 
127191, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 e. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Walker (Ernest) 

Hymn (A) to Dionysus; op. 13 violino 
primo. 2821 

P. 3 p. 

violino secondo. 



f«,3p. 



viola. 



f°,3p. 



violoncello. 



f°, 3 p. 



basso. 



fo 2 p. 

Novello <fe CO., limited, London, Eng- 
land. C 127333-127337, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 
c. of each Aug. 13, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



191 



Waits me Bill and Meet me dear any place 

any time at all, medley waltz, B. H. 

Burt, Alfred Dolman, arr. by JohnH. 

Abrams. 8822 

4**, band, pta. 

Jo8. W. Stern & co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 126721, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Waning (The) honeymoon; song from the 
time, the place and the girl, lyric 
by Will M. Hou^h and Frank R. 
Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard. 

2828 

f° unp. 

Chaa. K. Harris, New York, N. Y. C 
127031, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. 

Warner (H. Waldo) 

Catch the stars; words by Onslow 
Frampton. 2824 

r*. 6 p. 

Bftoaev & co., London, England. C 
126649, Xug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Warren (A. E.) 

Sweet spirit hear my prayer; melody 
from Wallace's opera Lurline; transcrip- 
tion and variation. 2826 

fo, 7 p., pf. 

In renewal for 14 years from Dec. 31, 
1906. Oliver Ditson company, Boston, 
Mass. C 126629, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
2, 1906. 

Washinffton and liberty; [words by] Rose 
N. Yawger [music by] Haken Nils- 
eon, arr. by F. W. W. 2326 
leaf. 

Orville Brewer, Chicago, 111. C 93321, 
Apr. 21, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Washington belles; march two step, by 
Eugene F. Close. 2827 

fo. 6 p., pf. 

E. F. Close, Baltimore, Md. C 127035, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Waterfall; written and composed by Tom 
Mellor. Alf J. Lawrance and Harry 
Gifford. 2828 

f>,4p. 

Monte Carlo pub. co., London, Eng- 
land. C 127262, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 

Waving palms; waltz for the pianoforte, 
by B. H. Starks. 2329 

F.7p. 

Wm. A. Kaun music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. C 127695, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 

We'll rally in the blessed land on high; 
[w«>rds by] Lizzie De Armond, [nm- 
sic by] Cnas. H. Gabriel. 2880 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127065, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 



We may dream of long ago: Everhart. 
Chicago, Illinois, music book house. 

2881 

P*, 4p., 8on«:. 

Logan W. Everhart, Fort Scott, Kans. 
C 126594, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. 

We thank Thee, onr Father; f words by] 
Lizzie De Armond, [music by] Chas. 
H. Gabriel. 2882 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127061, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Wearers of the green; bv Chauncey Olcott. 

2888 

f>, 6 p., song. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 125809, July 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Worth (Joseph) 

W^iegenlied; fiir vierstimmigen man> 
nerchor, parti tter. ' 2884 

SP, unp. 

Ernst Eulenburg, Leipzig, Germany. 
C 127128, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

West (JohnE.) 

Behold, God is my salvation; full an- 
them for thanksgiving or general use. 
(Novello's octavo anthems no. 865.) 

2885 

8o 8 p. 

Novello <& CO., limited, Ix)ndon, Eng- 
land. C 126847, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6,1906. 

What ails yer, babe, is yo' losin' yo' min'T 
by James F. Flynn. Chicago, Suc- 
cess music CO. 2886^ 
f°, 5 p., song. 

J. F. Flynn, United States. C 127396, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

What the flowers say; words and music 
by C. W. Toner, soprano in G. 2887 

fo,6p. 

C. W. Toner, Seattle, Wash. C 127272, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Whatsoever (The) band; [words by] Lizzie 
De Armond, [music by] Ohas. H. 
Gabriel. 2888 

leaf. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. C 127062^ 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 

Wheeler (AlAred) 

Spring flowers; song no. 1 in E flat. 

2889 

f°, 6p. 

Enoch & sons, I^ndon, England. C 
126782, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. 

When a soldier fights; by E. A. Murphy. 
Chicago, Success music co. 2840 

f°. 5 p., song. 

E. A. Murphv, Canada. C 126703, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c' Aug. 3, 1906. 



192 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIOHT Bin?RI£B 



When her beauty beyini to fade; words by 
Al. firyan, music by Theodore Morse. 

ft841 

f°, 6 p. 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. C 127680, Auj?. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
14, 1906. 

When I went to Fhebe's a wooing; words 
by E. M. Boyne, music by W. Lee. 
Chicago, Illinois music book house. 

2842 

F, 3p. 

E. M. Boyne, Bradley, 111. C 127190, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

When Jesne died; [words and music by] 
C. F. Louthain. 2848 

leaf. 

C. F. Louthain, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
C 127238, Aug. 10, 1906; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 

When love and I flret met; [by] Muriel 
Nelson. 2844 

F, 7 p., song. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127560, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
16, 1906. 

When she walks; written by Harry Boden, 
composed by W. Skerry and Harry 
Ford. ( Reeder and VValnh's sixpenny 
musical marvels no. 39. ) 2845 

f°.4p, 

Reeder & Walsh, London, England. C 
126443, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. 

When the apple blossoms bloom sweet Ai- 
leen; words by Peter Lewis, music by 
Edna Scott and Paul Henie. 2846 

f,5p. 

Lewis-Henie pub. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
127269, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c Aug. 13, 1906. 

When the Antnmn ends the harvest of the 
year; words and music by A. M. 
Hootman. 2847 

fo,5p. 

0. T. Knode, Richmond, Ind. C 126864, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. 

When the day's work is done; [by] Anton 
E. Oson. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2848 

f° 6 p., song. 

A. E. Oson, United States. C 127286, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

When the golden summer's gone; words 
and music by Charles Shackford. 

2849 

f°, 5 p. 

Henry Krey music co., Ronton, Mass. 
C 127090, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906. 



When the flowers of life's summer fade 
away; by James F. Cassidy. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. * 8850 

f®, 6p.. tiong. 

J. F. Cassidy, United States. C 127381, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

When the moonbeams flood the earth with 
silvery light; by Henry W. Woolley. 
Chicago, Success music co. 8861 
f°, 6 p., Hong. 

H. W. Woolley, United States. C 
127651, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17. 1906. 

When the summer breeies blow; by Lilian 
Hawkins. Chicago, Success music 
CO. 2858 

fo, 6 p.. 9ong, 

L. Hawkins, United States. C 126744, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Where are the birds that nsed to sing; 
words and music by Mrs. M. L. Lyon. 
Chicago, Imperial music pub. co. 

286S 

f°. 3 p. 

Mrs. M. L. Lyon, Norman, Okla. C 
127377, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Where the Colnmbine is blooming on the 
hill; by Mrs. Laura Fooshee. Chi- 
cago, Success music co. 2854 

f°, 6 p., song. 

Mrs. L. Fooshee, United States. C 
127415, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. 

Where the fires were aglow; words and 
music by Cliarles Schram. Port- 
land, Oreg., Graves & co. 2856 

f^, unp. 

C. Schram, Oregon City, Greg. C 
127024, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. 

Where the Kentneky holly grows; [words 
by] Mrs. G. W. Skinner, [music by] 
Eugene Kaeuffer. 28*56 

fo, 5 p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126914, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Where the 8ego lilies grow; [words by] 
Edward Ekker [music by] Lee 
Carleton. Chicago, Pioneer muHc 
pub. CO. 2857 

f°. 5 p. 

E. Ekker, United States. 127292, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Where the sweet magnolias bloom; by Vio- 
letta Parmelee. Chicago, Success 
munic co. 2858 

f°, 5 p., song. 

V. Parmelee, United States. C 127656, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSlTIONa 



198 



Where we meet our own again; [words by] 
Edith Willis Linn, [music by] F. A. 
Burleigh. 2859 

leaf. 

Jerry March & David Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. C 126472, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. 

Wherever then dost go; words and melody 
by Edna Cornelia Lines, arr. by Eu- 
gene Kaeuffer. 2860 

Pioueer musir publishing company, 
Chicago, III. C 126905, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. 

Whippoorwill: [words by] James Rowe, 
[music byj Thoro Harris. 2361 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127197, 
Aug. *9, 1906; ^ c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

White House (The) bride; words by Mrs. 

Clara B. Kephart, music by Khoda 

M. Kephart. New York, Melville 

music pub. co. 2862 

«°, 5 p. 

A/r». C. B. Kephart, Rolfe, Pa. C 
116169, Mar. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Who loves him not for fame! [words by] 
O. P. Brink, [music by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2868 

f°.5p. 

0. p. Brink, United States. C 127294, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Widener (Stanley F.) 

Honey town; a plantation lullaby, 
words by Victor A. Herman. 2864 

*°,«p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127617, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

Wilcox (L. C.) 

Savior, source of every blessing; duo for 
soprano and baritone. 2865 

f°,5p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Oct. 17, 1906. C 
126637, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

WilUams (Frederick) 

In joyful mood; for the piano, op. 58. 

2866 
f°,5p. 

Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. 
C 127616, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. 

WUliams (Leonard) 

Girl (The) behind the counter; valse 
arranged on melodies by Howard Talbot: 
orchestra by H. M. Higgs. 2867 

8°. 14 pta. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England, 
C 126700, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 



Williams (Bamnel E.) 

Nature in song; designed for use in the 
public schools. 2868 

12°, 110 p. coll. 

8. E. Williams, Winchester, Ind. C 
119335, Apr. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Williams (Warwick) 

Casino lancers; arranged by J. Ord 
Hume for brass band. (Boosey & co's 
brass & reed band journal no. 452.) 
Boosey & co., London. 2869 

8°, pte. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127124, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9, 1906. 

Wilson (C. D.) 

Smiles of morning; rondinetto op. 98, 
piano. 2870 

i°, 7 p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Oct. 9, 1906. C 
126638, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Wilson (0. D.) 

Sleigh (The) ride; polka rondo op. 97, 
piano. 2871 

F.7p. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Nov. 20, 1906. 
C 126633, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Wink yonr eye! [words by] Harry C. 
Scott, [music oy] Eugene Kaeuffer. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 2872 
f>.6p. 

H. C. Scott, United States. C 126938, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Winner (Bep.) 

Sweet by and by; comet and piano. 

2878 

f , pf., pt., 8 p. and cor. pt. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston, Mass., in re- 
newal for 14 years from Nov. 20, 1906. 
C 126632, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Winnowed anthems nos. 3 and 4 combined; 
for quartet and chorus choirs, a col- 
lection of one hundred and six an- 
thems and eacred songs by forty- 
three composers. 2874 

8°, 351 p. 

Hope pub. CO., Chicago, 111. A 152811, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

With the robins ni retnm; words by J. J. 
Walker, music bv Max S. Witt. 

2875 

f°, 5p. 

Jas. W. Stern & co., New York, N. Y. 
C 126720, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. 



194 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Withered (A) treaenre; words by Susan 
Boothe Hopkins, music by Lee Carle- 
ton. Chicago, Pioneer music pub. 
CO. 2876 

8. B. Hopkins. United States. C 
126921, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

Wonderland; [by] Th )8. S. Allen for song 
orchestration. 2877 

8P, pt8. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 127017, 
Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Won't yon be my sweetheart; a dainty love 
song, by Harry Ennis. New York, 
Tyro music co. 2878 

f**, 6p. 

Thomas E. McGuiness, New York, 
N- Y. C 127034, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
8, 1906. 

Woods (7. Cunningham) 

For the Kin^; a cadet corps song, words 
by G. T. Atkmson. (Novello's school 
songs no. 867. ) 2879 

8°. 4 p. 

Novel lo & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 126850, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 

World (The) will know it; [words by] 
James Rowe, [music by] Thoro 
Harris. 2880 

leaf. 

Meyer & bro., Chicago, 111. C 127206, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Yankee (A) breese; march & twostep, 
Geo. March, arr. by Mackie-Beyer. 
(J. W. Pepper's 20th centurv jour.) 

2881 

4°, orch. pt«. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
126670, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Yankee Doodle tramp; [by] Charlie Blox- 
som. Chicago, lUiiioid music book 
house. 2882 

f°, 8 p., soiiK. 

C. Bloxsom, Bridgeport, Conn. C 
127194, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Yellow (The) dog Arom home; [by] Eugene 
Kaenffer. 2888 

1°, 3 p., soiiK- 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 126909, Aug. 6, 1906: 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. 



Yon are my only love; by Chas. Dorffel. 
Chicago, Success music co. 8384 
f>, 5p.,Bong. 

C. Dorffel, United States. C 128738, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Yon can't give yonr heart to fomebody else 
and ittll hold hands with me; Ivric by 
Leo Wood, music by Leo Edwards. 

2885 

t°,b p. 

Gus. Edwards music pub. co., ^ew 
York, N. Y. C 123546 June 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

Yon will never find a place on earth like 
home; words and music by Josephine 
Fritchman. ' 2886 

f«.6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 126915, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 
c Aug. 6, 1906. 

Yon' re a jolly iine fellow when they want 
yon; written and composed by Mur- 
ray and Everard. 2887 
P, unp. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 1276^5, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
18, 1906. 

Yonr troth I freely give yon; [words by] 
Mrs, C. Cudney, [music by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. 2888 

fo,6p. 

Pioneer music publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. C 127301, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 11, 1906. 

Ziegler (Johannes) 

Sweet remembrance; op. -38 no. 2. 
Twin flowers pianoforte duets. 2888 

f*», 6p. 
C 126598, Aug. 1, 1906. 

Village (The) band: op. 38 no. 1. 
Twin flowers pianoforte duets. 2390 

F. 5 p. 

C 126599, Aug. 1, 1906. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Mass. 2 
c. each July 31, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 
since Jan. 1, 1906 18,497 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this nnmber; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all compositions entered under 
the authors in the Catalogue and author references to all compositions entered 
under the titles in the Catalogue. In the case of an author reference, the title 
follows the name of the author. 

The Flsnres refer to Uie Heavy-faced Namberti follo^vlnff Uie Titles In tlie 

Catalofl^ne. 



Aarons ( A . E. ) Little girl like me . 1966 

Abrams (J. H. ) Waltz me Bill. . 2322 

Across the campus 2196 

Adagio 1772 

Administrator march 1617 

A^ (M.) Entre nous waltzes. . . 1743 

Aimer c'est vivre 1761 

All's right with the world 2164 

All the world's a stage 1818 

Allen ( D. ) Hymn of praise 1849 

Allegretto from symphony in E 

arrangement 2248 

Allen (T. 8.): 

Strolling home with Jennie .. 2243 

Wonderland 2377 

Allen music CO. Sooot 2201 

Allgegenwart 1774 

Allphin (N. W.) Day of great re- 
joicing 1694 

Alone 1972 

AmRhein 2307 

Ambrosio(A.d') Feuilles ^parses. 1573 

American chevalier 1575 

An den friihlin^ 2293 

An meine konigm 1817 

Anderson ( A ) . Bostonian 1632 

Anderson (C. A.) San Francisco 

catastropne 2181 

Andev (C. A.) San Francisco ca- 
tastrophe 2181 

Angell (M. T.) Sunlight to twi- 
light 2253 

Angels are waiting for me 1577 

Angers serenade 1636 

Angelua 2009 

Anson ( W. ) Birthday 1609 

Apollo-verlag. Taschen - tanz - al- 
bum 1958 

Apple blossoms 1928 

Approaching spring 2242 

April fell in love with June 2043 

Arm^ (L* ) mutualiste 1812 

Amett - DelcMiais co. May blos- 
soms : 2011 

Arnold ( I. ) I love you now 1860 

Arioso, Pagliacci 1950 

Arthuns (G.) In my pagoda 1888 

3695— PT 3, NO 10—06 4 



As the seasons come and go 2204 

Ascher ( J. ) Cascade de roses 1657 

Ascherberg, Hopwood A Crew: 

All the world's a stage 1818 

My lady spring ' 1661 

Sea pinks 2171 

At Buckroe beach 1584 

An mein bayemland 1676 

Atschool 2076 

Aubade 2028,2151 

Autumn ride 1898 

Ave Maria 1775 

Bachmann (P. ) Just a letter that 

mother wrote 1913 

Bader (H. £.) O won't you sail 

with me 2098 

Bagley (E. E.) National emblem. 2075 

Baldwin ( Mrs, N. ) Sweetest love. 2265 

Ballad of bony fiddler 1820 

Banes (P. F.) Cornish's practical 

instructor 1677 

Barcarole 2024 

Barclay ( D. ) Marguerite 1997 

Barker (T. T.): 

Con voiber 1612 

Sleep on 2202 

Barnby |j. ) Come and rest 1673 

Bamitz (J. D.) : 

Good old time religion 1808 

Mother's love 2041 

Prepare 2138 

Batchelor ( W. ) Mama's old maid 1993 

Be strong! Be soldiers true! 1596 

Becker ( Hen<5 L. ) High life march 1835 

Beckwith ( H. ) Night of June . . . 2088 

Becucci ( E. ) Tesoro mio 1 599 

Beethoven. Moonlight sonata 2032 

Before Thy throne 2254 

Behold, God is my salvation 2336 

Bell (I. ) San Francisco by the sea 2180 

BellaNapoli 1757 

Belle of Mayfair 2245 

Bellinger ( A. ) Hearts of gold . . . 1830 

Bellstedt(H.) Leary's alleyway. 1946 

Bendall(W.) Andante espressivo. 2249 
Bendix (Theo.) lion and the 

mouse 1960 

I 



II 



raOEX 



Benedictufl in G minor, tr. to A 
minor 

Bennett (J. M.): 

Memories of the whippoorwill. 

I am true 

Berceuse 

Berceuse op. 47 

Ben?enholtz (£.) Bohemian life. 
Best ( S. K. ) Talk with Jesus. . . . 

Beucler ( G. F. ) Castle guard 

Bid me to hope 

Bid you good morrow 

Bledermann (£. J.) Third mass. 
Bills (G. M.) Good night dear 

heart good night 

Birch (O. E. ) My old sweetheart 

and I 

Bizet (G.): 

Carmen 

Toreador song 

Toreador's song and march . . . 

Bjom (Jofl.) Hor, o Gud, min 
bon 

Black eyed daisies 

Blakely. Love's melody 

Blakeslee (Chas. 0.) Good night 
my dear good night. . ^ 

Blessed be the Lord . . , 

Blitz ( K. ) Modem school of sight- 
singing 

Bloom (A. E.): 

He purchased life for me 

'Tis the very same Jesus 

Bloxsom (C. ) Yankee Doodle 
tramp 

Bluska (C. F.): 

My thoughts homeward fly.. 

Sweet days of youth 

Boehnlein (V. G.) Gartland 

Bohemian aance 

Boggess ( N. M. ) Spring fancies . . 

Bohm (C): 

Attaque des Ulans 

Calm as the night 

Bonner (C. ) Vesper hymn 

Boone (J. 8.) Honest but hard 
working man 

Boosey & co. : 

Catch the stars 

lord's prayer ^- 

Boreas 

Boston ( E. M. ) Our president. . . 

Boy and the butterfly 

Boyne (E. M.) When I went to 

Phebe's a wooing 

Bradley (M.) co. Mother Goose 

songs 

Braham ( G. ) Four-in-hand march 

Braun ( \V. ) My dream 

Braun-Elschen 

Bray (C. E. ) : 

I am true 

Memories of the whipiX)orwiIl- 
Brazena (G. ) Little Flo. 



2125 

2016 
1851 
2151 
1809 
1628 
2271 
1658 
1727 
1933 
1643 

1805 

2061 

2013 I 

2295 I 
2296 

1843 
1615 
1981 

1807 
2305 

1619 

1828 
2289 

2382 

2072 i 
2257 , 
1785 
1742 
2232 

1585 
1652 
2317 

1842 

2324 
1954 
2122 
2119 
1737 

2342 

1684 
1771 
2050 
2023 

1851 
2016 
1904 



Breitkopf & Hartel: 

Serenade 1923 

Toccata 2033 

Brewer (0.): 

Arborday 1581 

Cricket 1682 

Firstleasons 2299 

Happy children 1822 

Kobin Redbreast 2161 

Sleigh-bells jubilee 2222 

SnowBofair 2224 

Stars 2239 

Tenderly garland the graves. . 2278 

Thanksgiving 2279 

Towne's music chart 2300 

Washington and liberty 2;^26 

Brewer's first lessons 2299 

Bridal chorus from Lohengrin 1976 

Brink (O. P.) Who loves him 

not for fame 2363 

Brown*(F. J.) I'm just a ragged 

news boy 1861 

Brown (N.) Craokerjack 1681 

Bruits def6te 2145 

Brumes matinales 2145 

Brunetti ( T. A. ) Folle extase . . . 2026 

Brush (H. M.) San Francisco's 

doom 2183 

Bryan (V.) If I only had the 

nerve 1877 

Bryant ( H . C. ) Three ballads. . . 1645 
Burleigh (F. A.) Where we meet 

our own again 2:^9 

Burnett (Cj. T.) Thine forever .. 2285 

Bureon ( F. P. ) Mother's joy, . . . 2040 

Burt (B. H.) & Solman (A.) 

Waltz me Bill 2322 

Busey (M. ) Rioters 2159 

Cadman(C.W.) Prairie sketches. 1651 

Cahier de devoirs 1680 

Cammeyer ( A. ) I wonder 1873 

Candy lion 2223 

Cantilene 1631 

Canzone in G minor 1773 

Caprice 1970 

Carleton (L. ): 

Castleguard 1658 

1 never thought I'd ever fall 

in love 1S63 

Just a letter that mother wrote 1913 

Life's pathway 1955 

Marguerite 1997 

Where the Sego lilies grow. . . 2357 

Withered treasure 2376 

Carlson (C. F.) Prophecy of the 

oracle 2143 

Carlton (C. ) Elk's parade 1736 

Carnes (W. D. ) Sweetest girl that 

Dixie ever knew 2264 

Casino lancers 2''i69 

Cai<i)er (J. S. ) I never thought 

I'd ever fall in love 1863 

Cassady (Eddie). Good-bye my 

little. Dixie queen l^ 



INDEX 



III 



Caaeidy (J. F.): 

Doom of the golden gate at 

dawn of day 1713 

When the flowers of life's sum- 
mer fade away 2360 

Catch thestars 2324 

Cavalier fantastique 1799 

Ct»lePtial vision 2085 

Channon ( F. ) Pheemie 2134 

Chappell & CO. : 

All's right with the world .... 2154 

Alone 1972 

Autumn ride 1898 

Bid you gootl morrow 1933 

Dormeuse 2155 

Girl behind the counter.. 2034,2367 

Hab' michlieb 1934 

II pleure dans mon coeur 2297 

Moral set to music 2156 

Mother of mighty sons 1588 

O heedless flower 1935 

Oh, toforget 1973 

Songs of summer 2157 

Wind in the orchard 2298 

W hen love bends low 1936 

Yesterdays 1937 

Chant sans paroles 1832 

(^hopin ( F. F. ) Hear the call .. . 1829 

Children at plav 1671 

Child ren at rest 1 671 

Choisnel ( G. ) Fervaal 1 892 

Christ the child 1900 

Church (J.) CO.: 

Administrator march 1617 

Ballad of bony fiddler 1820 

Christ thechild 1900 

dairies for the young 1 754 

Four intermezzos 2005 

Fox v grandpa 1640 

love's eternity 2006 

Musical writing book 1816 

O great & glorious vis»ion 2233 

Cinq po^mes 1695 

Clappe ( A. A. ) Bridal cortege. . . 1637 
Clarv (H. B.) Destruction of 

golden gate city 1699 

Clemens (J. D. ) City of pearl . . . 1667 
Clement (F. \V.) Bright college 

(lavs 1638 

Close (E.F.) Washington belles.. 2327 
Coates (Sherman). Good night, 

good night 1806 

Cohen ( A. M. ) Sunlight dance. . 2252 

Coleman ( E. ) Lovers flirting over 

the wire 1979 

Coleman ( H . ) Per gradus 21 31 

Coles (C. H. ) I^ary'fl allevway . . 1946 

Collins ( J. F. ) My little ikn .... 2056 
Come fill your glass and drink 

with me 1907 

Come, Jenus Re<leemer 1582 

Composizioni per violino 2151 

(on voi l)er 1(512 

Concerto in E flat 1 75.") 

Conrath ( L, ) Papillons 2123 



Continental pneumatic march and 

Romance 1922 

Cook(S.G.) Echoes of the Rhine. 1730 

Corkran(R.LeR.) Sweet spring.. 2263 
Cornelius (Olive). In among the 

grape vines 1881 

Corin(J.B.) I'd rather be a lamp- 
post in New York 1853 

Countee ( W. B. ) Rosa 2168 

Cramer (A.) Nobody's looking, 

sweetheart 2092 

Crampton (G. ) Singing lesson. . . 2215 
Cunha (A. R.) One two three 

four 2112 

Curwen (J. ) & sons: 

Lark'sgrave 2234 

Luck of Edenhall 2086 

March landscape 2235 

This is the way 2236 

Cygne 2255 

Cvphers ( C. W. ) , jr. , Darkie's long- 

'ing 1690 

Daboll ( R. N. ) Hoy tono 1 846 

Dahlof ( J. ) I trvgghet ' 1866 

Daly (W.O.): ' 

Don't sneeze at me 1712 

Little Jack Horner 1967 

Tag, you're it 2267 

Dance oi the waves and moon- 
beams 2246 

Danse Arabesque 1606 

Date (H.): 

Alone with God 1570 

He died for me 1827 

Mother's prayer saved me 2042 

O precious hour 2096 

Davenport ( A. ) Angel's serenade. 1636 

Davenport (N. E.) Roosevelt girl. 2167 

Davis (('. ) Nonsense 2093 

Davis (F.) Memorv 2018 

Dawn *. 1728 

Decourcelle (P.) : 

Feuilles ('parses 1573 

FoUeextase 2026 

Dehnhoff (K.) Belle of the At- 
lantic 1602 

Dernier sourire 1724 

Dick (A. J.) Cavalier 1660 

Ditson (O. ) CO.: 

Across the campus 2196 

Bridal chorus 1976 

Con voi ber... 1612 

Carmen 201 3 

Earlv Italian piano music 1744 

Fairy echo 2197 

Forget-me-nots 1741 

In meadows green 1 635 

Indian summer waltzes 191 7 

Merry mill 1839 

Mid-summer day 21 35 

Old time jigs and reels for vio- 
lin 2104 

Reed organ selections 2150 

Komanza 2185 

Savior, source of everv bless- 
ing '. 2365 



IV 



INDEX 



Ditson (O.) CO. — Continued. 

Second mass in £ flat 1948 

Shadow 2116 

Sleep on 2202 

Sleiehride 2371 

Smiles of morning; 2370 

Song of the toreador 1613 

Sweet by and by 1686, 2373 

Sweet spirit hear my prayer. . 2325 

Swingsong 2247 

60 songs from Mother Gooae . 2115 

Dix (J. A. ) There's a little flag on 

high 2283 

Doane ( \V. H.) Shadows will go. 2207 
Dockstader ( L. ) pub. co. : 

Do not forget the old days 1706 

I'd rather be a lamp-post in 

New York 1853 

I know I'm not your first 

sweetheart 1855 

Roll, rollon 2163 

Shovellin' coal 2212 

Sweet Julienne 2260 

Time has brought no changes. 2288 
Doerr (G. P.) Back again to In- 
diana 1590 

Donner ( M . ) Variations sy m pho- 

niques 1627 

Doom of the golden gate at dawn 

of day 1713 

Dorffel (A.), ed, Mendelssohn. 

Complete coll. of songs 2019 

Dorffel (C.) You are my only 

love 2384 

Dormeufl 2155 

Doro (M. ) Doggy in the yard ... 1708 

Dorr (L. S.) 'Tis woman makes 

the home 2290 

Dors, bebe, dors 2078 

Doubleday, Page & co. Songs 

that every child should know. . . 1592 
Dougherty (Mrs, Ed.) Mama, 

would you care? 1992 

Downer {Mrs. J.) Angels are 

waiting 1577 

Drei blutstropfen 2306 

Drei iniinnerchore 2023 

Dreililien verlag. Fuenf lieder... 1941 

Drum and tnimpet 1703 

Duerfte meine scele 1941 

Duffell(W. K.): 

Lovers flirting over the wire. . 1979 

Old Summit farm 2103 

Our blue-eyed darling 2117 

Dulcken [Mrs. F. ) Dernier sou- 

rire 1724 

Duhnage ( W. E. ) Strongheart . . 2244 

Duncan (E.) Sonata in D minor . 1725 

Dunleith (I. ) Her laddie 1833 

Dunning (L. C.) I think you're 

such a dear 1865 

Durand (A.) <& fils: 

Adagio 1772 

Cinq po^mes 1695 

Fervaal 1892 



Durand (A.) & fils— Continued. 

Introduction et allegro 2149 

Rustiques 2172 

Simplice 2002 

Valse eolienne 1608 

Variations sy mphoniques 1627 

Villanelle 1723 

Early Italian piano music 1744 

Eastern cradle song 1670 

Eastman (A. H.) Principles of 

violin technic 2121 

Echo de la Floride 1810 

Edmiaston (B. B.) Progressive 

vocalists 1731 

Edmonds (S.) I ain't goin' back 

to Baltimore 1850 

Edwards ( E. ) Aenone 1561 

Ed wards ( G. ) m usic pub. co. You 

can't give your heart 2385 

Edwards (L.) You can't give 

your heart 2385 

Ea wards ( W. ) May blossoms . . . 201 1 

Egghard(J.): 

Brunette 1644 

Little babbler 1962 

Eggleston(W.) Old Summit farm 2103 

EKer ( E. ) Where the Sego lilies 

grow 2357 

Elf and fay 1738 

Elite orch. collection 1633 

Elkin & CO., ltd.: 

Eastern cradle song 1670 

In the cornfield 1671 

Ellis (G. A.) Expedition waltzes 1746 

Ellis (H. A.) Take me back to 

dearold Dixie 2269 

Ellwanger (A.) My sweet little 

Belvie 2068 

El8ey(B.H.) My Oklahoma queen 2059 

Emerson (L. O.): 

(ilory to God in the highest. . 1791 

Golden pathway 1801 

l)e joyful in tne Lord 2094 

Enoch & sons: 

Examination candidates 1601 

Greater and deeper 1683 

1 wonder why 2316 

Interlude 2166 

Keeper of my heart 1990 

Spring flowers 2339 

Ennis (H.) Wont you be my 

sweetheart 2378 

Erist's 1776 

Escula de violoncela 1927 

Kulenburg (E. ) Wiegenlied 2334 

Evans ((t. M.) Holv, holy, Lord 

God of hosts ' 1841 

Evans (M.) Thine is the greatness. 2286 
Evans ( W. A. ) : 

Berceuse 1603 

Brunette 1644 

Cascade de roses 1657 

Dance capri(« 1687 

Echoes of the Rhine 1730 

Impromptu 1880 

Little babbler 1962 



INDEX 



Evans (W. A.) — Continued. 

Madrilena 1989 

Myrtles 2073 

To Sprinar 2293 

Everhart ( L. W. ) We mav dream 

of longago .' 2331 

Everett (J. B. ) Tell me sweet- 
heart 2275 

Examination candidates 1601 

Fairy echo 2197 

Fall(M. H.) Soldiers 2225 

Faust. (Flower song) 2165 

Faulhafer ( E. ) Lone child 1974 

Fawcett (M. H.) Love's telegra- 
phy 1983 

Feist (L.): 

Bitsof B'dway hits 1611 

Caught in a shower 1659 

Com cracker dance 1676 

Fancy free 1749 

Fare thee well my old Ken- 
tucky 1750 

Forest concert 1768 

Goldie's dream 1803 

How many girls have you told 

that to 1844 

Little footsteps 1965 

Mooney time 2031 

Prince charming polkarette . . 2139 

Shooting stars 2211 

Take me on the rollers 2270 

Venus 2314 

Feist & Nathan. Moonev time. . . 2031 
Feldman (B.) & co. Wait til the 

work comes 'round 1735 

Femando's serenade 1649 

Ferroni(D.) Bella Napoli 1757 

Fervaal, prelude 1«" acte 1892 

Festival march 1984 

Fuizel (G. H. ) Tell me 2274 

Fischer (C): 

Alicante 1568 

An mein bayernland 1576 

Attaque des Ulans . . •. 1585 

Beauty's eyes 1598 

Black diamond express 1614 

Bohemian life 1628 

Calm as the night 1652 

Cleopatra 1 669 

Dance of the honey bells 1689 

Don Giovanni trrand selection . 1 709 

Figaro's wedding 1758 

Flower song 1765 

Forsaken 1769 

Gipsy prince 1786 

Mar>'land 2004 

Masea's in de cold ground 2007 

Moonlight sonata 2032 

Mnsica proibita 2046 

My old Kentucky home, good 

night 2060 

Newrecruit 2084 

Romance, bv V^ieuxt^mps 2164 

Romance; flower song from 

Faust 2165 

Royal dragoons 2173 



Fischer (C. ) — Continued. 

Shooting star 2210 

Simple aven 2219 

Sounds from Austria 2227 

Swan 2255 

Titl's celebrated serenade 2291 

Toreador song 2295 

Toreador's song & march 2296 

Undergraduate 2308 

Vienna beauties 2319 

Fischer (J, ) Miv konicek pochod . 2044 

Fischer (J. ) & bfo. Third mass. . 1643 

Fletcher ( R. L. ) Tel I the story . . 2276 

Flot(U.) Mary Jane 2003 

Flynn(J.F.) What ails yer, babe. 2836 

Folle extase 2026 

Fooshee (3/r«. L. ) Where the co- 
lumbine is blooming 2354 

For love of thee 2099 

For the king 2379 

Forberg (O.): 

Drei miinnerchore 2023 

Vier lieder 1817 

Forberg (R) Taormina 1626 

Forbidden music 2046 

Forget-me-nots 1741 

Foster (S. L.): 

Massa'fl in de cold ground 2007 

My old Kentucky home, good 

night 2060 

Four intermezzos 2005 

Four masonic quartets or choruses 

for men's voices 1714 

Four songs 2158 

Fox ( I. ) San Francisco by the sea. 2180 

Fox (S.) pub. CO. Strongheart... 2244 

Foxy grandpa 1640 

Frage 1941 

Frances {Mrs. E. ) Sweet Eliza- 
beth 2258 

Francis (C. E.) Memoires of the 

Yellowstone 2017 

Francis, Dav & Hunter: 

Belle of Mayfair 2246 

Caroo 1 656 

Casino lancers 2369 

Do you hear the Yankee band . 1 707 

Garola 1782 

Here comes that (^eorgia min- 
strel ban' 1834 

I wonder 1873 

I wonder what we'd do . . 1874 

In my pagoda 1888 

Moorish parade 2035 

M v little cand V kid 2055 

Pheemie '. 2134 

Sea-shell 2203 

. Teasing 2133 

There's a little flag on high . . 2283 

There's a man in Manitoba. . . 2284 

Tra-la-la 2301 

When love and I first met . . . 2344 

You're a jolly fine fellow .... 2:^87 

Freeborn (C. M.) Fascination... 1752 
Freudenberg (W. ): 

AlJgegenwart 1774 



VI 



INDEX 



Freudenberg (W.) — Continued. 

Ave Maria 1 775 

Erist'8 1776 

Motetten des Kaiser Wilhelm. 1777 

Nordiniinnerlie<i 1 778 

Frey ( K. H. ) Shooting star 2210 

Fritchman (J.) You will never 

find a place on earth like home. 2386 

FroherSinn 1779 

Froinan ( A. A. ) I fear those weti- 

ding bells 1854 

Fruhlingslied 1840 

FriihlingHzauber : 2023 

Fulton (E. A. ) Reul^en Huskins. 2152 

Gabriel (C. H.): 

Faithful reapers 1748 

God poureth new glorv 1 797 

Golden rod ' 1802 

In the tiny corners 1890 

Join the Captain's band 1909 

Praise the great Creator 2137 

Rally round our school 2148 

Uplifted banners 2310 

We'll rallv in the blessed land 

on high 2330 

We thank thee, our Father. . . 2332 

Whatsoever band 2338 

Gai printemps 2303 

Galvin (H. £.) Black diamond 

express 1614 

Gastaldon (S.) Musica proibita. . 2046 
Gavin (M.) Don't mix up with 

the Irish 1711 

Gavotte in E 1719 

Gay dandelion 1904 

Gaynor (Jessie L. ) I love the stars 

and stripes 1858 

Geller (G. H. ) Back to vou 1591 

Gerson (E. W. ) Kidoo skidoo. . . 1920 

Gibbons (J. M.) Cotton blossoms. 1678 

Gipson ( W\ E. ) Coquette 1675 

Gipsvlife 1742 

Girl behind the counter 2034, 2367 

Gladdish (F. E. ) I never can for- 
get you dear 1862 

God is love 1714 

Godard(B. ) Cavalier fantastique. 1799 

Goggan (T. ) &broH. Mvthonghts. 2071 
GoUlby (Eli David).' Goldby's 

practical studies 1800 

Golden harvest 1560 

Goldthwaite (W. W.): 

Berceuse 1603 

Brunette 1644 

Caj-cade de roses 1 657 

Dance ca])rice 1687 

Little babbler 1962 

MadriK-na, by P. Wachs 1 9.s9 

M vrtles 2073 

To Spring 2293 

Gould & CO. : 

Bid me to hope 1727 

Dawn 1728 

Question 1 729 

Summer greeting 2184 



Gounod (C.)' 

Cleopatra 1669 

Romance; Flower song 2165 

Graf (Das) 1941 

Grande polka de concert 1595 

Graves ( H . D. ) My thoughts .... 2071 

Greater and deeper*. 1683 

Gregh (L.): 

Aimer c'st vivre 1761 

Armee ( L' ) mutualc'^ste 1812 

Serenade an ialouse 1813 

Staccato op. 105 1814 

Valse scnnllante 1815 

Grey ( M. ) Mrn, Love's snare 1982 

Grieg (E.): 

Dance caprice 1687 

To Soring 2293 

Grilley (M. J.) Diamond waltz . 1704 
Grus (L. ) & cie: 

Gai printemps 2303 

Libellule 1998 

Oil vas-tu 1999 

Si je n'ai ton amour 2000 

Souvenirs 2001 

Guthrie (R. H. ) Millie 2025 

Hab' mich lieb 1934 

Hall ( E. J. ) Absent- minded 

Mose 1559 

Hannusch (IL): 

Immigrant 1879 

Sweet remembrance 2262 

Hapeman (^L V.) In de water- 
melon rind 1883 

Happersett (S. A.) Tempter 2277 

Hanlin ( E. ) Old Missouri home. 2102 
Harlowe (B. M.) Ruby the gem 

of my heart 2174 

Harmonie. Im meerestreiben 1697 

Harmony lesson 2213 

Harms (T. B.) co. Meet me at 

twilight 2014 

Harris (C. K.): 

Blow the smoke away 1620 

Fascination 1752 

First and only 1759 

It's lonesome to-night 1896 

Thursday is my Jonah day... 2287 

Waning h(meymo<m 2323 

Harris ( F. ) co. In the pinewoo<ls 1991 
Harris (T.): 

Alone with God 1570 

Chief among ten thousand 1 6(>4 

C'hoose Thou for me 1665 

Eternal goodnes.*^ 1745 

Fade the golden beams of day 1747 

Father in heaven 1753 

(xod is calling 1793 

(tod of heaven 1795 

God of our salvation 1796 

Hear the call 1829 

I will love the I^>rd 1871 

I>et my soul be white 19V2 

Little brown house 19^3 

Mother's praver saved me 2042 

No: no! nol.' 2(i91 

O precious hour 2096 



INDEX 



VII 



Harris (T.)— Continued. 

Steeple bells 2241 

Sweet in His ear 2269 

Whippoorwill 2361 

World will know it 2380 

Harsh words 1824 

Harthan (H.) Cavalier fantas- 

tique 1799 

Hartt (LeR.): 

Cupid's darts 1685 

Drifting 1721 

Hanighty (Mrs. L.) After long 

vears 1562 

Harvest jov 1691 

Harwood ( M. ) Old letter 2101 

Haskins { A. H. ) Sentry march. . 2205 
Havener (M. H.) Lead Kindly 

Light 1944 

Havez(J. C): 

Do not forget the old days . . . 1706 

Shovellin' coal 2212 

Sweet Julienne 2260 

Haviland (F. B. ) pub. co. : 

Take a little ride with me 2268 

When her beauty begins to 

fade 2341 

Hawkins ( L. ) When the summer 

breezes blow 2352 

Hayes ( E. ) My country girl 2047 

Hayne ( E. G. ) In my oki sweet 

Illinois home 1887 

Heart of mv heart 2005 

Hee<l (J. C') New recruit 2084 

Heenan (M. E. ) Liptons grit ... 1961 
Heil (G T.) An mein bayern- 

land 1576 

Heinrichshofen's verlag: 

Offenes eeheimnis 1578 

Zu schuls im kleinenfriedhof . 1579 

Hein8(C.) Yvette 1831 

Heif (F. J.) Bee that gets the 

honey 1600 

Holf & Hager co. Bee that gets 

the honey 1600 

Hehn (E.) Coo-Coo-Coo 1674 

Hendricks (J. R.) Love's first 

grief 1980 

Herbert (V.) Oriental dance.... 2114 
Higgs (H. M.): 

Four intermezzos 2005 

Girl behind the counter 2367 

Love's eternity 2006 

Hildreth ( R. E. ) : 

(Tood night, good night 1806 

I' ve grown so fond of vou 1867 

KaUe .' 1918 

Summer secrets 2250 

Hinrichs (A.) Mazurka D min. 

op.2 1837 

His rest shall be glor v 1838 

Hixon(G.) love's snare 1982 

Hoffmann (G.) College chums . . 1672 
Hofmeister (F.): 

Composizioni per violino 2151 

Escuela de violoncela 1927 

Holmes (J.) Just keep a' traveling. 1916 



Homeward 1671 

Honey town 2364 

Hoolahan (D. J.) In my home 

down by the Swanee faraway . . 1886 
Hootman (A. M.J When the har- 
vest ends tne harvest of the 

year 2347 

Hope pub. CO.: 

Bless the Lord 1618 

Chief among ten thousand 1664 

Choose Thou for me 1665 

Come and res* 1673 

Eternal goodness 1745 

Fade the golden beams of day . 1747 

Faithful reapers 1748 

Father in heaven 1753 

Glory to God in the highest. . 1791 

God of heaven 1795 

God of our salvation 1796 

God poureth new glory 1797 

Golden pathway 1801 

Golden rod 1802 

Gracious Spirit, dwell w^ithin 

me 1811 

Harvest time 1825 

Hear the call 1829 

Holy, holv, Lord God of hosts. 1841 

Iwasglad 1869 

I will go unto the altar 1870 

I will love the Lord 1871 

I will praise thee 1872 

In the tiny corners 1890 

Join the captain's band 1909 

be jovful in the Lord 2094 

Praise the great Creator 2137 

Rally round our school 2148 

Shaaows of the evening hours . 2206 

Sing alleluia forth 2220 

Sweet in His ear 2259 

Thine forever 2285 

Thine is the greatness 2286 

Uplifted banners 1784,2310 

We'll rally in the blessed land 

on high 2330 

We thank Thee, our Father. . 2332 

Whatsoever hand 2338 

Winnowed anthems 2374 

Hopkins (S. B.) Withered treas- 
ure 2376 

Hoschna (K. L. ): 

I^nd of romance 1938 

Sentrv march 2205 

Houle ( N. ) Per gradus 2131 

House (I. C. ) I'll be waiting for 

vou 1856 

House (M. D.) Tranquil days... 2302 

Household gues^t co. Place in my 

heart 2136 

Howard ( F. ) Kidoo skidoo 1920 

Howard (F. B. ) Destruction of 

San Francisco 1700 

Howard (J. E. ): 

Blow the smoke away 1620 

First and only 1759 

It's lonesome to-night 1896 



VIII 



INDEX 



Howard (J. E. ) — ContiDued. 

Thursday is my Jonah day. . . 2287 

Waning honeymoon 2323 

Huhn (Bruno). I arise from 

dreams of thee 1847 

Hume ( J. O. ) Casino lancers. . . . 2369 

Hummelchen 1817 

Humore«iue 2151 

Hunter's song 2158 

Hurst (L. W.) March of the 

merry maidens 1995 

Hutchison (II. F.) Our union... 2120 

Hymn to Bacchus 1908 

Hymn to Dionysus 2321 

arise from dreams of thee 1847 

live in hope 1739 

love vou all the time 1859 

woncferwhy 2316 

f wings had 1 1650 

1 pleure dans mon ca'ur 2297 

m Manover 1505 

m meerestreiben 1697 

mperial minuet 2170 

mperial socy. of dance teachers. 

Imperial minuet 2170 

n der friih, in der friih 1817 

Inder stille 1941 

ndie feme 1639 

n joyful mood 2366 

n meadows green 1635 

n parsing moods 1988 

n the cornfield 1671 

n the hour when death draws 

near 1714 

n the pinewoods 1991 

n treue fest 2015 

ndian summer waltzes 1917 

nterlude 2166 

ntroduction et allegro 2149 

nvitation 1645 

one, intermezzo 1845 

rwin (M. ) May Irwin's rag time 

dance 2012 

Itzel (J.): 

Bov and the butterfly 1737 

Caprice 1970 

Elf and fay 1738 

I live in hope 1739 

Mav feHtivai grand march 2045 

. Rustling leaves 1939 

Vallev rivulet 1740 

Wild-roPe 1940 

Ja(*oV)8 ( W.): 

(iartland 1 785 

(jo<k1 night, good night 1806 

I could learn to love you 1852 

r ve grown no fond of you 1 867 

Katie 1918 

Skidoo 2221 

Strolling home with Jennie .. 2243 

Summer secrets 2250 

Wonderland 2377 

Jagd (Die) 2153 

Jester (iS. L. ) Little violets peep- 
ing 1969 

Johnson (E.H.) For baby's sake. 1767 



Johnson (J. W.) Victim to pov- 
erty 2318 

Jones (H.) City of wasted years. 1668 
Jone^ (M.) Bidding farewell to 

his beautiful Lillian ViOl 

Jones (S.) See-see 1910 

Joyce, Ruby & Bendernage. My 

southern queen 2067 

Jumper (II. M. L. ) Love the 

conqueror 1978 

Just for to-night 1572 

Kaeuffer (E. ); 

Back agai n to Ind iana 1590 

Black eyed dairies 1615 

Coo-coo-coo ] 674 

Good night dear heart good 

night 1805 

Love's telegraphy 1983 

Mamie Moore 1994 

Motherdear 2037 

My darling Belle 2tM8 

My mother's flower 2058 

My own fond dove 2064 

Princess iCdna 2140 

Sounds from the desert 2228 

Sweet darling mother 2256 

That dear old fashioned cot- 
tage 2280 

Where the Kentucky holly 

grows 2356 

Wherever thou dost go 2360 

Who loves him not for fame. 2363 

Wink your eye 2.372 

Yellow dog from home 2383 

Your troth I freely give you. . 2388 
Kaun { W. A.) music co. Waving 

palms 2329 

Keen ( Mrs. E. J. S. ) Russian exile . 21 76 

Keeper of mv heart 1990 

Keith (L.) Skidoo 2221 

Keith & Kemble. I could learn to 

love vou i 1852 

Keith, l^rowse & co., ltd.: 

Sleep, baby, sleep 2078 

Thinkin' long 2079 

What my lover said 2080 

Kelly ( A. ) My Texas charm 2070 

Kendall (R. C.) Mv sweetheart 

'mid the West Virginia hills 2069 

Kephart ( Mrs, C. B. ) W hite House 

bride 2362 

Kephart (R. M.) White House 

bride 2362 

Kern (J. D. ) Meet me at twilight. 2014 

Kessel ((f.) 100 (Der) psalm.... 1919 
KetC'lbev ( A. W.) Girl behind the 

counter 2034 

Kindred (H, J.) Fisherman's luck 1760 
King [A.) She is sleeping mid the 

roses 2208 

Klugescheid (R. ): 

Romance, by Vieuxtemps 2164 

Swan 2255 

Knight (H.) Golden harvest 1500 

Knode ( 0. T. ) W hen the autumn 

ends the harvest of the vear 2347 



TNDEX 



IX 



Konineky mus. co. Laughing eyes 

Koschat'(T.) Forsaken 

Kremer (V.) co. : 

I never can forget you dear. . . 

Take me back to dear old Dixie 
Krey (H. ) mus. co. : 

If 1 could only greet 

Just because it reminds me of 



vou 



When the golden summer's 

gone 

Kunkel bros. : 

Chare6 of the grenadiers 

Cupia's darts 

Drifting 

High lip march 

Papillons 

Sundown sea 

Kyrie eleison and Nicene creed. .. 
Lamb (J. H. ) Living anthems . . 
Lambe (J. F.) I wonder what 

we'd do 

Lampe (J. B. ): 

A merican chevalier 

Girl vou leave behind 

Landon (t*. O. ) Missouri 

Landon music co. Missouri 

Lange {G. ) Flower song 

Lark's grave 

Laurendeau ( L. P. ) : 

Cleopatra 

Musica proibita 

Sounds from Austria 

Lawrance (A. J.) & Gifford (H.) 

Caroo 

Ledyne ( W. ) Funeral march 

Lee ( M . A . ) Our darling in heaven 
Lee (AV. ) When I went to Phebe's 

a wooing 

Leech (F. A.) On the moonlit 

lakes of Manawa 

Le Paige (C.) Run along 

Alicante 



My dear Southern 



Le Thiere (C. ) 
Lever de soleil 
Lewis (L N. ) 

lady 

Lewis-IIenie pub. co. When the 

apple blossoms bloom 

Libellule 

Lichter (H.): 

Bridal chorus, Lohengrin 

Fairy echo 

Light, glorious light 

Lind ((i. W.) Starlight of my 

Colorado home 

Linder (3/r«. E. ) Sad & lonely .. 
Lindow (F. ) Girl who is waiting 

for me 

Lines ( E. C. ) Wherever thou dost 

go 

Linsoott (I. P. ) Marian 

Liston (F. M. ) Rosa 

Liston & Countee. Rosa 

Little hens 

Little secret 

Little wonder 



1942 
1769 

1862 
2269 

1876 

1915 

2349 

1662 
1685 
1721 
►1835 
2123 
2251 
2126 
1783 

1874 : 

I 

1575 ' 

1788 

2030 

2030 

1764 

2234 

1669 
2046 
2227 

1656 
1781 
2118 

2342 

2107 
2175 
1568 
2130 

2049 

I 

2346 ! 

1998 I 

1976 
2197 
1714 

2238 
2177 ! 

1787 

2360 

1996 , 

2168 

2168 

2304 

1641 

2022 , 



Living anthems 1783 

Lohengrin, bridal chorus 1983 

Lons: ( W^. H . ) , jr. Take me on the 

rollers 2270 

Lord (The) is mv strength & mv 

shield '. * 1630 

Lord's prayer 1 634, 1 954 

Lorenz pui). CO. Slumber song... 1583 
Losey ( F. H. ) Parade of the hum- 
ming birds 2124 

Louthain (C. F.) When Jesus 

died 2343 

Love me & the world is mine 1 593 

Lovendahl{W.F.) MvLilvBell. 2054 

Love's eternity \ 2006 

Love's right 2158 

Love's waking 1905 

Luck of Edenhall 2086 

Luella 1567 

Lullaby 1949 

Lurline: Sweet spirit hear mv 

prayer *. 2325 

Lux umbri 2317 

Lvnes ( F. ) : 

Candv lion 2223 

Just for to-night 1572 

Spanish romance 2188 

Lyon (H. A.) Black diamond ex- 
press 1614 

Lyon {^frs. M. L. ) Where are the 

birds 2353 

McCarter (B. B.) Sweet darling 

mother 2256 

McElhiney (F.) Fog-l>ells warn- 
ing 1766 

McGlinchv (J. M. ) If I could only 

greet ..'. 1876 

McGuiness (T. E.) Won't you be 

my sweetheart 2378 

Mc(Tuire (S. F. ) Floater's son^. . 1762 

Mack (J.) Farewell sweet maid . 1751 
Mackie- Beyer: 

Alwavs in the lead 1571 

Crackerjack 1681 

Dawn of liberty 1692 

Dreamland 1718 

Flower song 1 764 

Little sweetheart 1968 

Metropole lancers 2021 

Old Hickory 2100 

On to victory 2109 

Sunlight dance 2252 

Yankee breeze 2381 

McMillan (G. ) I'll never love an- 
other 1 857 

McQnarrie {Mrs. Thos.) Harsh 

words 1824 

Madama Butterfly 2144 

:Mad(lox (B. J. ) Nell 2081 

Madrigale 2151 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 21 27 

Mahl (F. ) Attaque des Flaus . . . 1585 

Maiglockchen.*^ liiuten 221 6 

Mantia (S.) Dance of the honev- 

bells \. 1689 

March ( G. ) Yankee breeze 2381 



INDEX 



March (J. ) & Allen ( D. ) : 

Awake thou that sleepest 1587 

Hymn of praise 1849 

Satisfied there 2186 

There is a land 2282 

Use it for Jesus 2311 

Where we meet our own a^ain . 2/J59 

March landscape 22;i5 

Maroky (M.) Cahier de devoirs. 1680 

Marshall ( R. ) Dawn of lihertv . . 1692 

Martin (J. ) Sad and lonely ..*... 2177 

Mary's manger song 21 79 

Mason (E.G.) Tse a walkin' 1864 

May festival grand march 2045 

Maylath ( H. ) Carmen 2013 

Mazurka 2141 

Mazurka, D minor 1837 

Mazurka de concert 2132 

Mazurka in A 1897 

Meacham (F. W.) Corncracker' 

dance 1676 

Mehden (J. L. von der), jr.; 

Eldorey 1734 

Flora 1 763 

Meinardus ( E. ) In treue fest 2015 

Meister ( K. ) Snow so fair 2224 

Mellor ( T. ) Waterfall 2328 

Menuett aus dem ballet Im Ma- 

nover 1566 

Merry mill... 1 839 

Metropolitan music co. : 

Country belle 1679 

Queen of little Rhody 2146 

Metzler ( B. ) : 

Caught in a shower 1659 

Forest concert. 1 768 

Goldie's dream 1803 

Little footsteps 1 965 

Meyer & bro. : 

Be stung! 1596 

Drive the clouds away . 1 722 

God is calling .' 1793 

God is waU'hing you 1 794 

Jesus says I love vou 1^)03 

Joyfully *. 191 1 

Joyously sing 1912 

Let my soul be white 1952 

Little brown church 1963 

No! no! no! 2091 

Steeple boils 2241 

Talk with Jesus 2271 

Whippoorwill 2361 

World will know it 2380 

Meyers ( K. C. ) To Paw Paw for 

mine 2292 

Mid-summer day 21 35 

Middle States press. Prophecy of 

the oracle 2143 

Militi\rv march, bv Schubert 2199 

Miller (M. L. ) Night before the 

wedding 2087 

Miller's song 1621 

Milloecker. Carlotta waltz 1655 

Mills ( F. W.) Place in my heart. 2136 

Milton Bradley CO. Plav time song. 1848 

Mimosa 1 .'. 1929 



Minchew (J. W.) Bostonian 1632 

M inor { Z. ) Southern belle . .• 2229 

Minstrel and the echo 21 42 

Modem school of sight-singing 1C19 

Modlin(M.) Robin notes 2160 

Monroe (R.) How many girls 

have you told that to 1844 

Monte Carlo pub. co. Waterfall . . 2328 

Moon ( H. ) Dreamland 1718 

Moore (Mrs. A.) My only little 

girl 2062 

Moore (J. C.) Wait til the work 

comes 'round 1735 

Moore (L. O. ) His rest shall be 

glory 1838 

Moore ( R. ) Villa Nova 2320 

Moore ( W. D.) His rest shall be 

glory 1838 

Moral set to music 2156 

Morgan (C. O.) Princess Edna.. 2140 

Mo Hey ( W. ) & co. : 

Apple blossoms 1928 

M 1 m osa 1 929 

Vigile d'armour 1930 

Morse (T. )• 

Take a little ride with me 2268 

When her beauty begins to 

fj^g 2341 

Moskowa(La)".'.*.]!!!!!!]'.!!!!.'. 1986 
Motette, Ich hebe meine augen 

auf 1777 

Motetten des Kaiser Wilhelm 1 777 

Mother dear 2037 

Mother of mighty sons 1588 

Mother' 8 joy 2039 

Moon-flower 1622 

Mozart { W. A.): 

Don Giovanni, grand selec- 
tion 1709 

Father in heaven 1753 

Figaro's wedding 1758 

Mulligan (W. J.) Mrs. Locust 

blossoms 1971 

Mullin (N.) Glory to God in the 

highest 1792 

Murphy (C. W.): 

I n my pagoda 1888 

There's a man in Manitoba. . - 2284 
Murphy (E. A.): 

All I want is you 1569 

Once upon a time 2111 

Sadie O'Grady 2178 

When a soldier fights 2340 

Murray and Everard. You're a 

jolly fine fellow 2387 

Musical writing book 1816 

M V garden 1623 

Mv laddie 2281 

M V St. Louis Lillie 2066 

M'vrtes ( I^^) 2073 

N'Ginoth Baruch Schorr 2198 

Nash ( R. L. ) : 

Lead Kindly Light 1944 

Sunlight t<) twilight 2253 

Nash ( \V. D. ) Girl'who is wait- 
ing for me 1787 



INDEX 



XI 



Nathan (J.) Fare thee well my 

old Kentucky 1750 

Nature in song 2368 

Needham {W. L. ) In de water- 
melon rind 1883 

Neff ( Mr8, E. ) Don' t finish before 

you begin 1710 

Neill. Only a bunch of violets. . . 2113 
Nelson (A.*W.): 

<Tracious Spirit dwell within 

me 1811 

Shadows of the evening hours . 2206 
Nelson (M.): 

Moorish parade 2035 

AVhen love and I first met 2344 

Nelson (T. ) & Teasley (D. D. ) : 

Jeg er saa lykkelig 1899 

Komidag 1924 

Zions seiers-sange 2082 

New themes & modern gems 1604 

Nit-olette ( T. ) At Buckroe beach . 1584 
Niedig (C. A.) As the seasons 

come and go 2204 

Night (The) has a thousand eyes. 1987 

Nilsson (H.): 

Sleigh-bells jubilee 2222 

Washington and liberty 2326 

Nonsense 2093 

Noontide 1671 

Nordmannerlied 1778 

Norton ( G. A. ) Roll, roll on ... . 2163 
Norton (H.J.) Just because it re- 
minds me of you 1915 

Novak (T. J.) Toiling country 

girl 2294 

Novello & CO. : 

Allegretto from symphony in 

E arrangement 2248 

Andante espressiro 2249 

Behold, God is my salvation. 2335 
Bene<l ictus in G mmor, tr. to A 

minor 2125 

Boreas 2122 

Canzone in G minor 1773 

Concerto in E flat 1755 

For the king 2379 

Golden harvest 1560 

Hymn to Dionysus 2321 

Kvrie eleiaon and Nicene 

creed 2126 

Lord is my strength 1630 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. 2127 

Te Deum laudamus 2128 

Novy (E. J.) Lacy Bountiful ... 1932 
come ye, come hither to worship 

the Lord 2095 

great & glorious vision 2233 

heedless flower 1935 

w^ftly falls the rain 2297 

O'Connor (L. B.) I've grown so 

fond of you 1867 

Oesterle (L. ), ed.: 

Airde ballet 2008 

Angelus 2009 

Berceuse op. 47 1809 



Oesterle (L.), ed. — Continued. 

Echo de la Floride 1810 

Festival march 1984 

Friihlingslied op. 3 no. 1 1840 

In die feme 1639 

Maigl5ckchen8 lauten 2216 

Romance sans paroles 2187 

Tristesse ( Sadness ) 2036 

Weihnachteglocken 1821 

Offenes geheimnis 1578 

Oh, to forget 1973 

0*Hara(G.) Time has brought no. 

changes 2288 

O'Hare ( W. 0. ) Stars, the stripes 

and you 2240 

Olcott (C): 

Day dreams 1693 

Eileen asthore 1733 

01cott*s love song: For love of 

thee 2099 

Wearers of the green 2333 

Olson (A. E.) When the day's 

work is done , 2348 

Orem (P. W.): 

March from Tannhauser 1606 

Military march 2199 

Omer(H.W.) Bucktail regiment. 1646 

Oii vas-tu 1999 

Our toys 1 705 

Overton (S. J. ) Nancy O'Rore . . 2074 
Palmer (G.) On the banks of the 

Manistee 2106 

Parmelee (V.) Where the sweet 

magnolias bloom 2358 

Parmentier ( J. ) Si je I'aime 2077 

Parshley (F. L. ) My refuge 2066 

Passing'Shepherd 1671 

Pepper (J. W.) : 

Always in the lead 1571 

Crackerjack 1681 

Dawn of liberty 1692 

Dreamland 1718 

Elite orch. coll 1633 

Flower song.. .. 1764 

Little sweetheart 1968 

Metro pole lancers 2021 

Old Hickorv 2100 

On to victorv 2109 

Sunlight dance 2252 

Yankee breeze 2381 

Perrin (D. A.) Jesus, my Lord, 

my love 1902 

Pesca d'ammore 1594 

Pether (H. E.): 

Gavola 1782 

Sea-Rhell 2203 

Petites poulettes ' 2304 

Phelps (E. B.) Fade the golden 

beams of day 1747 

Piano lesson 2214 

Pigg (Chas.) Hazelsplitter 1826 

Pioneer music pub co. : 

Black eyed daisies 1615 

Dream of home sweet home. . 1717 

I think you're such a dear 1866 



XII 



INDEX 



7 I 



Pioneer music pub. co. — Continued. 

In my old sweet Illinois home. 1887 

Love 8 mel(Kiv 1981 

Lucindy shake 1985 

Mamie Moore 1994 

Mary Jane 2003 

Meteor 2020 

Mother dear 2037 

My darling Belle 2048 

My mother's flower 2058 

My own fond dove 2064 

Qur blue eved darling 2117 

Sound-s from the desert 2228 

Tell me swet^t heart 2275 

^Tis woman makes the home . 2290 

Tranquil days 2302 

Where the Kentucky holly 

grows 21^56 

W herever thou dost go 2:^60 

Yellow dog from home 2383 

You will never find a place . . 2386 

Your troth I freelv give you. - 2388 

Piatt ( V. ) Jessie deaf I love you . 1901 

Plavtime songs 1848 

Poe'(C. V.) Elk^sparade 1. 1736 

Pond ( W. A. ) & CO. New themes. 1604 

Potter (B.) Katie 1918 

Powell (\V. C. ) Girl you leave 

behind 1788 

Prairie sketches 1651 

Preischore 2307 

Preite (C. ) Madama Butterfly. . . 2144 
Presser (R. O.) Before Thy 

throne 2254 

Presser (T.): 

Cantilene 1631 

Cavalier fan tastique 1799 

Celestial vision 2085 

Drum & trum^Hit 1703 

Gavotte in E 1719 

Honey town 2364 

In joyful mood 2366 

Tone, intermezzo 1845 

Little hens 2304 

Little secret 1641 

March from Tannhiiuser 1606 

Mazurka de concert 2132 

Military march 2199 

Sextette 1951 

Silhouette 1726 

Songs for little singers 2022 

Standard compositions for the 

piano 2010 

Sunrise mazurka caprice 21 30 

Svnilx)lj^ 1926 

Tears of Christ 2313 

Thn»e miniatures 1 742 

Two 1 vric T)ieces 2237 

Price ( F. L. ) Sing alleluia forth . 2220 

Price ( L. ) : 

Bestung! 1596 

Jesus savs I love you 19U3 

Joyfully 1911 

Principles of violin technic 21 21 

Proctor (V.) Jessie dear I love 

you 1901 



Proehl (H. B.): 

lasset unsanbeten den Konig. 2095 
Uns ist ein kind geboren 2309 

Proescholdt (F.): 

Mazurka 2141 

^linstrel and the echo 2142 

Progressive vocalifet 1731 

Prologue, Pagliacci 1950 

Promenade sentimentale en forfit . 2172 

Puckette ( VV. ) Air castles 1564 

Puth (M. F.) In my dear old 

Southern home 1885 

Quand tout dort 2145 

Question 1729 

Rahter ( D. ) Teudre envoi 1 756 

Railey(T. T.) Scoot 2201 

Raillery 1742 

Ramsay ( D. ) My home in the old 

bay state 2052 

Ramsev (G. H.) Glory of my 

King 1790 

Rat 1941 

Raymond ( F. ) : 

A wake thou that sleepest 1 587 

Use it for Jesus 2311 

Raymond music co. Bright college 

davs 1638 

Redneld, ed. My home in the old 

bav state 2052 

Redman (H. N.) Jagd (Die).... 2153 
Reeder & Walsh: 

Vera 2315 

Vespers 2312 

When she walks 2345 

Reeves (G. H.): 

Alicante 1568 

Shooting star 2210 

Vienna beauties 2319 

Ref ord ( A . H . ) She' s j ust aa s w eet 

as sugar cane 2209 

Reinhold ( H. ) Impromptu 1880 

Remembrance 1906 

Remick (J. H.) & co.: 

College chums 1672 

1 ain't goin' back to Baltimore 1850 
If I only had the nerve 1877 

Retourdefete 2172 

Rex ( C. W. ) At Buckroe beach . . 1584 

Reynolds (C.) Irish hymn 1893 

Richards (E. W.) Mother keeps 

the cow 2039 

Richer (J. ) Aftonsolen 1563 

Recordi ( G. ) & co. : 

love's waking 1905 

Madama Butterfl v 2144 

Pescad' Ammore 1594 

Remembrance 1906 

Tesaro raio 1599 

Ripley (E. N.) American cheva- 
lier 1575 

Ripley (J. H.) Impromptu 1880 

Rise to all eternity 2273 

Roberts ( K. A. ) Venus 2314 

Robertson (L.) Sounds from the 

desert 2228 



INDEX 



XIII 



Robinson (S. S.) My St. Louis 

Lillie 2066 

Robinson Crusoe's Isle 1648 

Rogers (I. £. ) That dear old fash- 
ioned cottage 2280 

Rof^rs (J. H.): 

Gavotte in E 1720 

Succ6s 1589 

RoUo ( R. ) Country belle 1679 

Roma (C. ) Sometimes 2226 

Roma's son^ of hope 2005 

Romance sans paroles 2187 

Romanza 2151,2185 

Rondo villageois 1698 

Rose (Edw.) Here comes that 

Georgia minstrel ban' 1834 

Rosemary 1949 

Resenbaum (E.) jr. I know I'm 

not your first sweetheart 1855 

Rosenbecker (A.) Harmony les- 
son 2213 

Roeenfeld(M. H.): 

My little randy kid 2056 

Pnnce charming polkarette . . 2139 
Roeenkrans (G.) Bucktail regi- 
ment 1646 

Rosey (G. ) Do you hear the yan* 

keeband 1707 

Royal conservatory of music: 

Scale of A minor, relative to C 

major 2189 

Scale of C major in four oc- 
taves 2190 

Scale of D major 2191 

Scale of £ minor, relative to G 

major 2192 

Scale of G major 2193 

Ruby ( E. R. ) My southern queen . 2067 

Russell ( H. S. ) Fun & fancy .... 1780 

Russell (V.V.) Leading the way. 1945 

Rustiques 2172 

Rustling leaves 1939 

Sadness 2036 

Saint Saens(C.) Swan 2255 

Salzer (G.) Lords and ladies 1975 

Samuels ( ^fr8, J. B. ) Mis' Car' line 

Lyle 2029 

San Francisco disaster 21 82 

Sanford ( H. B. ) Romanza 21 85 

Savage (P.) Light in the win- 
dow's not burning for me 1956 

Savior, source of every blessing. . . 2865 

Saxon ( H. A. ) Slumber song 1583 

Schirmer (G. ): 

Air de ballet 2008 

Angelus 2009 

Aubade 2028 

Berceuse, op. 47 1809 

Chant sans paroles 1832 

Fxiho de la Floride 1810 

Festi val march 1 984 

Four masonic quartets 1714 

Four songs 2158 

Mai I hockschens lauten 22 1 6 

Fruhlingsiied, op. 3, no. 1 1840 

Gavotte in E 1720 



Schirmer (G. ) — Continued. 

Grande polka de concert 1595 

I arise from dreams of thee. . . 1847 

In die feme 163^ 

Mary's mangier song 217^ 

Mazurka D min., op. 2 1837 

Mazurka in A 1897 

Mendelssohn - Bartholdv (F.) 

Complete collection oi songs. 2019 

Mv laddie 2281 

P^liacci 1950 

Paysages 2145 

Romance sans paroles 2187 

Succ^ 1589 

Susse heimath 1947 

Three piano pieces 1605 

Tristesse (Sadness) 2036- 

Wedding song 1653 

Weihnachtsglocken 1821 

Schlesinger'sche buch u musik- 

handlung stiicke alter meister . . 1647 
Schmidt ( A. P. ) : 

Approaching spring 224^ 

Blessed be the Lord 230& 

Candy lion 2223 

Collection of four-part songs. . 2194 

Collection of three-part songs. 2195 

In passing moods 1988 

Just for to-night 1572" 

Miller's song 1621 

Moon-flower 162^ 

My garden.. 1623 

Night has a thousand eyes . . . 1987 

Rendo villageois 1698 

Spanish romance 2188 

Sweet remembrance 2389^ 

Tragedy 1610 

Village band 2390 

Violin studies op. 47 1836^ 

40 easy & progressive studies . 1629 

Schob { P. ) Silver jubilee march . 22ia 
Schonacker ( H. J. ) Ki ver up yo* 

head little lady 1921 

Schorr (I.) N'Ginoth Baruch 

Schorr 2198 

Schram ( C. ) Where the fires were 

aglow 2355 

Schubert ( ) Sweet in His ear . . 2259 
Schubert music pub. co. Ameri- 
can chevalier 1575 

Schuberth (E.) & co. If wings 

hadi 1660 

Schultze (F. W.) Expedition 

waltzes 1746 

Scott (E.) & Henie (P) When 

the apple blossoms bloom 2346 

Scott ( H. C. ) Wink your eye . . . 2372 

Scott ( M. ) Tra-la-la 2301 

Scenes pittoresque, no. 2 2008 

Scenes pittorewiue, no. 3 2009 

Sea pinks 2171 

Searelle (L. ) Night wind sighs 

unto the rose 2089 

Second mass in E flat 1948 

Secrist (S. ) Destruction of the 

golden city 170^ 



XIV 



INDEX 



See-see 1910 

Selick ( A. A. ) : 

Spanish belle 2230 

Sweet Oneida 2261 

Serenade 1923 

S^r^natie Andalouse 1813 

Setchell (G. W.): 

Girl you leave behind 1788 

May Irwin's rag time dance . . 2012 

My home in the old bay state. 2052 
Sextette; andante-finale from Lucia 

di Lammermoor 1961 

Sevmour (C. M. ) Once again for 

oldNassau 2110 j 

Shackford (C.) When the golden ! 

summer's gone 2349 

Shadow 2116 

Shannon (N. ) Charge of the gren- , 

adiers 1662 . 

Shattinger piano & music co. At 

school 2076 ! 

Sherwood ( VV. H. ) Piano lesson . 2214 
Shields (S. ) San Francisco disas- 
ter 2182 
Short "( T.* V .")* * Mary land V/.'.V.'.'. 2004 

Si jePaime 2077 

Si je n*ai ton amour 2000 

Siegel-Myers corres. school of mu- 
sic: 

Harmony lesson 2213 

Piano lesson 2214 

Singing lesson 2215 

Silverhorn (H.): 

Blumen waltz 1624 

Carlotta waltz 1655 

Krakowiak no. 2 1925 

Silhouette 1726 

Simmons (C. ) Beautiful summer 

girl 1597 

Simones (Joh.) Honest but hard 

working man j. 1842 

Simplice 2002 

Sims ( E. L. ) Lucindy Shake .... 1985 
Sims (J. W. ) In an old Kentucky 

dell 1882 

Singing lesson 2215 

Sisters of mercy. salutaris 2097 

Skerry (W.) and Ford (H.) When 

she walks 2345 

Skoog (A. L.) Aftonsolen 1563 

Slattery ( W. M. ) Life's pathway . 1955 

Sleep little love . 2043 

Sleep on 2202 

Sleigh ride.... 2371 

Smiles of morning 2370 

Smith (A.M.) Mv own dear Nell. 2063 
Smith (A. T. E.) * Ruby the gem 

of m V heart 2174 

Smith (E. L. ) In my vacation 

time 1889 

Smith (H. E.): 

Drive the clouds away 1722 

God is watching you 1794 

Jovouslv sing 1912 

Smith \M. F.) Bits of B'dway 

hits 1611 



Soci^t^ anonyme d' Editions chor^ 

graphiq ues Moskowa 1986 

Sonata in D minor 1725 

Songs of summer 2157 

Song of the toreador 1613 

Songs for little singers 2022 

Songs that every child should 

know 1592 

Souvenirs 2001 

Spalding (J. R.) Sweetheart May. 2266 

Spanish romance 2188 

Spaulding (£.) Belle of the At- 
lantic 1602 

Spencer { H. ) Can you forget 1654 

Spenser (W.): 

It is better to have loved and 

lost 1895 

Rosalie waltzes 21 69 

Sramek (J. ) On pay day 2105 

Staccatoop. 105 1814 

Stackpole (W. A.) Mother has 

climbed the golden stair 2038 

Stahl ( R. ) Always in the lead. . . 1571 
Standard compositions for the 

piano 2010 

Stankowitch (A.) Stextette 1951 

Stapleton (I.) Apple state 1580 

Starks ( B. H. ) Waving palms. . . 2329 

Step by step 2131 

Stern (Jos. W.) & co.: 

Come fill vour glass 1907 

Hymn to Bacchus 1908 

Robinson Crusoe's Isle 1648 

Student King selection 1696 

Waltz me Bill 2322 

Stenterman ( F. J : ) My Frisco . . . 205 1 

Stevens (L. F.) Laughing eyes.. 1942 
Stevens (Mrs. 0. W\) Mine own 

Sue 2027 

Stevie. Mine own Sue 2027 

Stewart (L. L. ) Destruction of 

the city of the golden gate 1701 

Stobbe (W. R.) She's just as 

sweet as the sugar cane 2209 

Stormer (J.) Mrs. I've the daisy 

of the daisies 1868 

Story ( G. L. ) Shooting stars 221 1 

Stucke alter meister 1647 

Student king selection 1696 

SncdSs 1589 

Success mus. co. In an old Ken- 
tucky dell 1882 

Sudds ( W. F. ) Dance of the weaves 

<& moonbeams 2246 

Suggs ( W. H. ) My Frisco 2051 

Sullivan (J. A.) I love you all 

the time 1859 

Sulzbach ( W. ) Im Manover 1 565 

Summer ( A. E. ) He died for me. 1827 

Summer greeting 2184 

Sumniy (C. F.) co. Fernando' s 

serenade 1649 

Sunday. school union of Methoiiist 
Epipc(>pal Church. Citizens of 

the Kingdom.. 1666 



INDEX 



XV 



Sunlight and shadow 2005 

Sun rifle mazurka caprice 21 30 

Susse heimath 1947 

8utton ( H . 0. ) Love dreams 1976 

Swan {Mrs, A. M.) Four & 

twenty elders 1770 

Sweet by and by 1686, 2373 

Sweet spirit hear my prayer 23*25 

Swing song 2247 

Symbols 1926 

Talbot (H.) Girl behind the 

counter 2034 

Tandler(R.) Meteor 2020 

Taormina 1 626 

Taschen-tanz-albura 1958 

Taubert(T. O.): 

My thoughts homeward fly . . . 2072 

Summer secrets 2250 

Sweet days of youth 2257 

Taylor ( 11. ) My Jessie dear 2a53 

Te Deum laudamus 2128 

Tears of Christ 2313 

Teasing 2133 

Teasley (D. D. ) Jeg er saa lyk- 

kelig 1899 

Teasley ( D. O. ) Kom idag 1924 

Tendre envoi 1756 

Tenney (J. H.): 

I wasglad 1869 

I will go unto the altar 1870 

TeeoroMio 1599 

Thaler, indies 1931 

Thearle ( F. G. ) & co. I love you 

now 1860 

There lies the warmth 1819 

Thiebes, Stierlin music co. : 

Attention 1586 

Can you forget 1654 

I' m just a ragged news boy . . . 1861 

Just- keep a traveling 1916 

Lady Bountiful 1932 

Let's go out to the roller rink. 1953 

Nobody's looking, sweetheart. 2092 

ThinkinMong 2079 

Third mags 1643 

This is the way 2236 

Thomas (J. A.) Mv little Japan- 
ese ." 2057 

Thomas ( W. ) Is there a corner in 

heaven for me 1894 

Thome (F.) Simple aven 2219 

Thompson (L W.) Just as the 

leaves begin to fall 1914 

Thompson music co. To Paw Paw 

for mine 2292 

Thompson music pub co. Amer- 
ica 1574 

Thrailkill ( W. L. ) Dream of home 

sweet home 1717 

Three ballads 1645 

Three miniatures 1742 

Three piano pieces 1605 

Tide 2158 

Tintements de clochettes 2145 

ToHimwhorulesbe homage paid. 1714 



Tobani (T. M. ) : 

Don Giovanni grand selec- 
tions 1709 

Figaro's wedding 1758 

Gipsy prince 1786 

Moonlight sonata 2032 

Simple aven 2219 

Sounds from Austria 2227 

Titl's celebrated serenade 2291 

Toreador song 2295 

Toreador's song & march 2296 

Tobin (A. C.) If I were only a 

God-head. 1878 

Toccata 2033 

Ton (Ein) 1943 

Toner (C. W.): 

Rock a bve rock a bye 2162 

What the flowers say 2337 

Toole ( M . E. ) Spot in Indiana . . 2231 

Torch dance 1605 

Tosti I F. P. ) Beauty's eyes 1598 

Towne (T. M.) Bless the Lord . . 1618 
Tozzeti (L.) Robinson Crusoe's 

Isle 1648 

Tragedy 1610 

Trinkaus (G. J. ) Stars, the stripes 

&von 2240 

Trinkhaus (T. P. <t G. J.): 

Little girl like me 1966 

Love me and the world is 

mine 1593 

Trietehse 2036 

Trokie (Wni.) How many girls 

have voii told that to . . . .' 1844 

Twas fair October 1645 

Twilight devotion 2237 

Two June sontrs 2043 

Two lyric pieces 2237 

Tyerf (W. H.) May Irwin's rag 

"time dance 2012 

Ullrich (F.): 

Drei blutstrop fen 2306 

Preisfliore 2307 

Ullslein & CO.: 

Ein Ton 1943 

Froher sinn 1779 

Luel la 1567 

Menuett aus dem ballet Im 

Manover 1566 

Vergissineinnicht 2200 

Unto us a Child is bom 2309 

Uplifted banners 1784 

Urbanek ( M. ) Continental pneu- 
matic, and romance 1922 

Unnston ( L. L. D. ) Brooklet . . . 1642 

Vallev of the shadow 2005 

Valley rivulet 1740 

Valse eolienne 1608 

Valse impromptu 1605 

Valse scmillante 1815 

Vandersloot music pub. co. : Pa- 
rade of the humming birds 2124 

Variations symphoniques 1627 

Vaux nius. co. : 

Kidooskidoo 1920 

Tell me 2274 



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INDEX 



Vensissmeinnicht 2200 

Versch wundene stem 1 S17 

Vespers 2312 

Vieuxtempa { H. ) Romance 2164 

Vijfile d'amour 1980 

Villajfeband 2390 

Villanelle 1723 

Ville ( P. de). Roval dragoons. . . 2173 

Violet (The) [ 2022 

Violin studies 1836 

Virgillito ( G. ) Patriotic echoes. . 2129 

Vobach ( W. ) A co. Barcarole. . . 2024 

Vogue mus. pub. co. Hoytono.. 1846 

Vollmar (W. W.) Attention 1586 

Von der Melden (J. L.), jr.; 

Ninfa 2090 

Ragged thoughts 2147 

Wachs ( P. ) : 

MadrilAna 1989 

Myrtles 2073 

Waokman (A. ) Bluthe der natur. 1625 

Wade (G.) Dance of the bumble- 
bees 1688 

Wade ( R. G. ) Dance of the bum- 
ble-bees 1688 

Waggoner (C. L.) Sundown sea. 2251 

Waggoner's song 1671 

Wagner (H.): 

Beauty's eyes 1598 

Calm as the night 1652 

Flower song 1765 

Forsaken 1769 

Massa' s in de cold ground 2007 

My old Kentucky home, good 

night 2060 

Romance; Flower song 2165 

Wagner (R.) March from Tann- 

hjiuser 1606 

Wait til the work comes 'round .. 1735 

Waken sweet 2158 

Waldes abendlied 2023 

Walker (M. M.) Mrs. Her laddie. 1833 

Wallace (E.) Mother keeps the 

cow 2040 

W^alton (G. \V. ) : 

Satisfied there 2186 

There is a land 2282 

Warren ( E. S. ) Guitar method . . 1732 

W^arren (G.) Fancy free 1749 

Waahburne (O. B.) God's own.. 1798 
Watkins (VV. A. ) music co. Tana- 

gra, the beautiful 2272 

Weanermad'ln 2319 

Wearv of earth & la<ien 1823 

Weaver (T. B.) Arborday 1581 

Wedding song 1653 

Weekes <fe co. Two June songs . . 2043 

Weeks ( A. M. ) Undergraduate . . 2308 

Weihnachts-uiotette 1777 

Weihnachtsgli)cken 1821 

Weimer (T. ) Down upon the old 

Potomac 1716 

Weller (C. R.) Queen of little 

Rhody 2146 



West (J. E.), ed.: 

Benedictus in G minor, tr. to 

A minor 2125 

Canzone in G minor 1773 

Concerto in E flat 1755 

Kyrie eleison and Nicene 

creed 212* 

Maffnificat and Nunc dimittis. 2127 

Te Deum laadamus 212S 

W^esthoff (F. W.): 

Cricket 1682 

Happy children 1822 

Robin Redbreast 2161 

Stars 2239 

Tenderly garland the graves. . 227S 

Thanksgiving 2279 

What my lover said 208O 

Wheeler (J.) Stars, the stripes & 

you 2240 

When love bends low 193ft 

White (S. L.) Girls are all riding 

straddle 1789 

White-Smith music pub. co. : 

Angel's serenade 1636 

Blake's popular piano folio. . . 1616 

Gay dandelion 1904 

Jagd (Die) 2155 

Wightman ( J. T. ) Vesper hymn . 2317 

Wild-roee 1940 

Wiley ( A. M. ) Signal bell 2217 

Williams (£. S.) National em- 
blem 2075 

Williams (F. B.) In mid-winter. 1884 
Williams (G. B.) Down in the 

shady dell 1715 

Williams (J.), ltd.: 

Our toys 1705 

Remem brance, 3 lyrics 1819 

Williams (J. £.) In my vacation 

time 1889 

W^illiams (J. 0.) Let's go out to 

the roller rink 1953 

Williams (M. N.) Only a bunch 

of violets 2113 

Willig(G.) &C0.: 

Boy & the butterfl v 1737 

Caprice *. 1970 

Elf & fay 1738 

I live in hope 1739 

May festival grand march. . . . 2045 

Rustling leaves 1939 

Valley rivulet ....- 1740 

Wild-rose 1940 

Willis (W. H.) &CO.: 

Brooklet 1642 

Prairie sketches 1651 

Rise to all eternity 2273 

Silver jubilee march 2218 

Two piano compositions 1949 

Wilson (H.I.) America 1574 

WMlBon(I. B.): 

Harvest time 1825 

I will praise Thee 1872 

Wilt thou really thus 1819 

Wind in theorchard 2298 

W i th the robins I' 11 return 2375 



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With thy blue eyes 1 819 

Witmark (M.) & sons: 

Day dreams 1693 

Doggy in the yard 1708 

Eileen asthore 1733 

Four-in-hand march 1 771 

Land of romance 1938 

Lilliputian police 1957 

Little girl like me 1966 

Lords and ladies 1975 

Love dreams 1977 

l^ve me & the world is mine. 1593 
Night wind sighs unto the 

rose 2089 

Nonsense 2093 

Olcott's love song 2099 

Oriental dance 2114 

Run along 2175 

Sentry march 2205 

Sometimes 2226 

Stars, the stripes & you 2240 

Wearers of the green 2333 

Witt ( M. S. ) With the robins I'll 

return 2375 



WoistGott 2307 

Wood (B. F. ) music co.: 

Come, Jesus Redeemer 1582 

Harvest joy 1691 

Lord's prayer 1634 

Weary of earth and laden 1823 

Wood ( G. L. ) In the twilight. . . 1891 
VVooUey ( H. W. ) When the moon- 
beams flood the earth 2351 

Wright (L. W. ) Ladies 1931 

Wright (T. C. ) Hoytono 1846 

Wrightflon (H. J.) Tanagra the 

beautiful 2272 

Wuertley (M.) If he only knew. 1876 

Yesterdays 1937 

You told me 1663 

Yvette 1831 

Ziehrer(C. M.) Vienna beauties. 2319 

Zions seiers sange 2082 

Zu schuls im kleinen friedhof 1579 

40 easv and progressive studies . . . 1629 

100 (Der) psalm 1919 



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PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



NfiW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 11 

September 13, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVERNIIBMT PRINTINO OIHOB 
1906 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (composers) or titles. The titles beginning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copyright proprietor are the same. 
Information contained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Sonffs are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading ** Words by,'* "Music 
by" are to be understood as songs. 

The index at the end of the Cataloque contains the names of the copyright proprie- 
tors of all the titles registered in this number; it includes also title references to all 
compositions entered under the authors in the Catalogl'b and author references 
to all compositions entered under the titles in the Catalogue. 

The following abbreviations are used: pts., parts; sc, score; full so., full score; voc. 
8C., vocal score; pf. sc, pianoforte score; arr., arranged, arrangement; ace, accom- 
paniment; coll., collection; v., violin; va., viola; vc, violoncello; pf., pianoforte; 
orch., orchestra; org., organ; guit., guitar; mand., mandolin. 



To mve space the copyrigrht notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, " Copyright by E. Lowry, United States. Class C, XXc, no. 
127H25, Aug. 20, 1006; 2 copies received Aug. 20, 1906." 



Again united; words by Edna Lowry, 
music by Lee Carleton. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 2891 

f°,6p. 

E. Lowry, United States. C 127825, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

At the clofe of eleotion day; [words by] 

P. A. Gifford, [music by] Eugene 

Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 2892 

F. 5p. 

P. A . Gifford, United States. C 127796, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Brahme (J.) 

Czardas; Hungarian dance arr. [by 
Hans Harthan] for four hands. 2898 
i« 3 p., pf. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelpnia, Pa. C 
127747, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Breeset from Georgia; waltz, [by] Nettie 
A. Sherwood. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2894 

fo 5p.,pf. 

N. A. Sherwood, United States. C 
127810, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Brice (Georges) 

Adieu (L*) du troubadour; ballade pour 
piano. Paris-Musical, Paris. 2395 

C 127719, Aug. 20, 1906. 



Briee (Georges) — Continued. 

Mazurka- Hongroise; pour piano. 
Paris, E. Gallet. 2896 

f° 4 p. 

C 127721, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Rayon de soleil; valse pour piano. 
Paris-Musical, Paris. 2897 

f°. 7 p. 

C 127717, Aug. 20, 1906. 

K^ve d'un soir; caprice tzigane pour 
piano. Paris-Musical, Paris. 2898 

i°, 5 p. * 

C 127716, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Ronde des petites bonnes femmes; pour 
piano. Paris, E. Gallet. 2899 

C 127718, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Taran telle; pour piano. 
Gallet. 
1°, 5 p. 
C 127720, Aug. 20, 1906. 

G. Brice, Paris, France. 
Aug. 20, 1906. 

Bridal Vail falls; march, [by] Lillian 
Fair. Chicago, Pioneer music pub. 
CO. 2401 

fo. 5 p., pf. 

L. Fair, United States. C 127798, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

195 



Paris, E. 
2400 



2 c. each 



196 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIE8 



Broken (A) heart ie better than a broken 
tow; words by Amanda C. Schwarz, 
music by Lee Carleton. Chicaf^o, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 8^2 

A. C. Schwarz, United States. C 
127819, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Build for eternity; a su^estion to San 
Francisco, song by L. L. Alien. 

2408 
4^ 8 p. 

E. L, Allen, Homestead, Pa. C 127875, 
Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Bnllflghten (The), march, by Celian Kot- 
taun, piano. 2404 

fo,6p. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127851, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c.Aug. 
21,1906. 

Banning (Herbert) 

Revelation; song no. 3 in D, words by 
Hilda Hammond-Spencer. 2406 

««. 4p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 127861, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

By the way of the Crott; [words by] J. E. 
Howe, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2406 

1^.5 p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. C 
127789, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Catoh of Broadway; march by Harry J. 
Ewing [for] piano. W. D. Reese 
pub. CO., St. Louis, Mo. 2407 

f°,5p. 

H. J. Ewing, St. Louis, Mo. C 127706, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

CaTat^na; [by] J. Raff, arr. by R. E. Hil- 
dreth. 2408 

4° orch. pts. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
127872, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Chrifltiani (H.) 

Shatrika; Petite sorci^re; valse Boston, 
piano a 2 mains. 2409 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127838, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Consolation; theme and variations [by] 
J. S. Roberta. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2410 

fo, 7 p., pf. 

J. S. Roberts, United States. C 127799, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Crouing the bar ; hymn anthem, [words 
by] Lord Alfred Tennyson, [music 
by] J. Hay den Morris. 2411 

5 leaves. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127879, Aug. 21, 1906; 2c. Aug. 21, 1906. 



Bebnaty (Clande) 

Peli^as et M^lisande. Lee cheveux; 
acte 3 sct^ne 1, transcription pour piano 
k 4 hands par L^n Roques. 2418 

f>, 13 p. 

La mort de Pell^as, acte 4 so^ne 4. 

P", i» p. 

A. Durand A fils, Paris, France. C 
127836-127837, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. each 
Aug. 21, 1906. 

Departure (The) of fweet Oeon^ Karie ! 

[words by] Mrs. Hallie F. Thomas, 

[music by] Lee Carleton. Chicago, 

Pioneer music pub. co. 2418 

f>. 6 p. 

Afrs. H. F. Thomas, United States. C 
127816, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

DoTal-Snion (A.) 

Parisiennette; valse lente orcheetr^e par 
Ad. Gauwin, piano oonducteur. 2414 
8°. pts. 

Ulysse T. du Wast, Paris, France. C 
127850, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

^ogKj (The) in the yard; by Marie Doro, 
hotel orch. 92. 2416 

8°, pts. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 127832, Aug. 20, 190(>; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Down at Mnrphy's! a week ago laet night; 
wordsand music by Harry Houghton. 

2416 

f°, 5 p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, III. C 
127783, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Down in the meadows, loTe; [words by] 
Al. Eiistes, [music by] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. 2417 
f°. 3 p. 

Pioneer munic pub. co., Chicago, 111. C 
127791, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Dubois (Th^dore) 

Nocturne: pour violoncelle avec accom- 
pagneuient d'orchestre. 2418 

8° 20 p., 8C. 

Heugel & cie, Paris, France. C 127713, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Dying (The) deterter; [words by] NataUe 
Itsell, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2419 
P. 6 p. 

N. Itsell, United States. C 127793, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Easy steps to melody land; A modern pre- 
liminary method for piano. 2420 

40, 143 p. 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa. A 
153260, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 



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Xwen (Biehard) 

^ Deux (Les) Marthe: valse, transcrip- 
tion poar violon et piano, par Eug. 
D^d^. 8421 
P, ac., 8 p., & v. pt. 

Zook & CO., Paris, France. C 127722, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Fair hoosier Soie; words by Wynne Ches- 
ter, music by Isabel Adkins. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 2422 

fo,6p. 

Chester & Adkins, United States. C 
127797, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Fanrtf (Gabriel) 

Cr^puscule; po^e de Charles van Ler- 
beiighe, piano et chant 2428 

f°.4p. 

C 127712, Aug. 20, 1906. 

4« impromptu; pour piano op. 91. 

2424 

f°. 8p. 

Heugel & cie. , Paris, France. C 1 2771 1 , 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 20, 1906. 

TtLYtl (Maariee) 

Introduction et allegro; pour harpe 
avec acct. de quatuor ^ cordes, flute et 
clarinette. Partition. 2425 

F, 37p. 

1 «■ violon. 

P'.pt. 

A. Durand & fils, Paris, France. C 
127835 & 127834, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 21, 1906. 

Ferry (Charles T.) 

Hear, O Lord; sacred song. 2426 

f°, 6p. 

C. W. Thompson & co*, Boston, Mass. 
C 127856, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug, 21, 
1906. 

Tor Jetuf is my ftriend; [words by] Chas. 
M. Sheldon, [music by] T. E. Kill- 
grove. 2427 
leaf. 

T. K. Killgrove, Denver, Colo. C 
127707, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Oanay (Albert de) 

Mo.t (un) d'amour; valse pour piano 
op. 148. 2428 

f«.7p. 

Paul Deoourcelle, Paris, France. C 
127724, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Qermaa (Bdward) 

Song without words; arranged for or- 
gan solo by H. M. Higgs. 2429 

f*. 3p. 

Chappell & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 127859, Aug. 21. 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 



Gibson (Alexander 8.) 

Allah; words by Henry W. Longfel- 
low. (Madame Nordica's . . . prize 
songs no. 1. ) 2480 

r>, 5p. 

John Church companv, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 127844, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
21, 1906. 

Gladiolus march; by Roy 6. Simpson, arr. 
by F. 0. Boos [for orchestra.] 2481 
8°, pts. 

A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
127750, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Good-bye Jennie Jones; [by] Lawrence B. 
O'Connor, arr. by R. JE. Hildreth. 

2482 

SP, song orchestration pts. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston, Mass. C 
127873, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. 

Gregh (Louis) 

Sur les ondes ^th^r^es; valse op. 103 

Sour orchestre complet avec piano con- 
ucteur. 2498 

8° pt8. 

L. Gregh, Paris, France. C 127851, 
Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Gwendolyn walties; by Fleta Dell Hartley 
for piano solo. Isaac Doles, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 2484 
fP, unp. 

Fleta D. Hartley, W. Lebanon, Ind. 
C 127748, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Handel (G. 7.) 

Celebrated (The) Largo; aria from the 
opera "Xerxes" arr. by Theo. Presser. 

2486 

f°, 5 p., pf. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127743, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Happy-go-lucky; march and two step, [by] 
Laura E. Filk. Chicago, Pioneer 
music pub. co. 2486 

fo, 5 p., pf. 

L. E. Filk, United States. C 127802, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Hearts or diamonds Y words by Olive Hill, 
music by Lee Carleton. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub co. 2487 

fo, 5p. 

O. Hill, United States. C 127800, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Hicks (Jnlia) 

On Spanish waters; for the pianoforte. 

2488 
f°, 7 p. 

Weekes & co., London, England. 
127698, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 



198 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIOHT EKTB1E8 



Hnma (Jamai Ord) 

Booeey & co's album of duets for brass 
instruments in B flat with pianoforte 
accompaniment S489 

t°, X, 89 p., pts. 

Boosey & co., London, England. C 
127726 Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

I loT6 yon darling from afar; [words by] 
Emma Moore, [^usic by] Eugene 
Kaeuffer. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2440 

19, b p. 

E. Moore, United States. C 127814, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

If the girl do6in*t mind; written and com- 
posed by Scott Mackenzie. 2441 

f°, unp. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127858, Aug. 21, 190H; 2 c. Aug. 
21, 1906. 

If with all yonr hearts; from Mendels- 
sohn's Elijah, arr. by E. G. Snelling. 

2442 

5 leaves, mixed voices & org. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127878, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

If yon will think of me; words bv Jno. 
W. Smith, music bv Frank J. Mc- 
Neil. " 2448 
f®, 6p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127790, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Jonei (Mri. A. Wedmore) 

Prelude. (The Joseph Hofmann, . . . 
prize piano compositions no. 3. ) 2444 

fo, 5p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
127843, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Jntt an hnmble little cottage on the hill; 
[words by] Mrs. Mattie Waters, 
[music by J Eugene Kaeuffer. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 2446 
f °. 5 p. 

Mr9. M. Waters, United States. C 
127805, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Jntt listen to my footstepi, babe, 'oante Fm 
on my way; words by Paul Neville 
Lewie, music by Lee Carleton. 2446 
f o 6 p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127781, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Kelly (Thomas J.) 

Under the greenwood tree; words by 
Shakespeare. (Madame Nordica's . . . 
prize songs no. 3. ) 2447 

f°, 6p. 

John Church co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. C 
127846, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 



Klein (A.) 

Peasant dance ; danse villageoiae for the 
piano, edited by Hans Harttuin. 244S 

fo, 8p. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127742, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Lay not np for yonnelvet; offertory an- 
them, [by] Arthur J. JamouneauL 

2449 

8 leaves. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 127848, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

LeHaehe (W.) 

Sailor (The) boy's dream, barcarolle 
for piano; revised edition. 2450 

^'.ep. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127745, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Lemperenr (B.) 

Dix-huit printemps: valse tr^s lente, 
piano seul. £. Guyard, [Paris] 2461 

R. Lemperenr, Paris, France. C 127723^ 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Leonore; words and music by L. D. Land. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2452 

f°, 5p. 

L. D. Land, United States. C 127801, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Lonely waiting for yon; ballad, words by 
Daisy Higi^ins, music by Gaylord 
Barrett. 2458 

f°. 6p. 

M. Witmark & sons. New York, N. Y. 
C 118012, Apr. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Love in a graveyard. *Twai only a dream; 
by Jos. £. Ward for full band. 2454 

8®, pta. 

A. H. Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio. C 
127749, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c Aug. 20, 1906. 

Love me, and the world is mine, [by] 
Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Tom Clark. 

2465 

f°, pf. (8 p.), trombone pt. 

M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y. 
C 124878, July 5, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Love'i tad parting; [words by] B. V. 
White, [music by] Lee Carleton. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2456 
f°, 6p. 

B. V. White, United States. 127795, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Karoh of the Maccabees; march, by D. A. 
Pugh, arr. by Hilding Anderson. 

2457 

24°, band pts. 

C. W. Whitney co., Hammond, Ind. 
C 126114, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



199 



Markunan (The); march, [by] L. P. 
LAorendean. 8458 

4^, band pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
127830, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aag. 18, 1906. 

Karlj (Jaequei) 

Reviendra-t-elle; paroles de D. Nom^, 
m^lodie poor piano et chant. 2469 

F, nnp. 8c. & pt. 
C 127714, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Tennis-marche; piano seul. 2460 

f*. 5p. 

C 127715, Aug. 20, 1906. 

L. Grus <& cie., Paris, France. 2 c. of 
each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Kartin (John) 

Pegleg Joe; words by Mrs. Geo. R. 

Hunt, music bjr John Martin. E. L. 

Famum co., Chicago. 2461 

Mrs. G. R. Hunt, Appleton City, Mo. 
C 123034, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. 

Kartinei (Isidora) 

At twilight. (The Joseph Hofmann 
. . . prize piano compositions no. 1.) 

8462 
f°. 3 p. 

John Church co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C 127842, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Masia Johnion; buck dance, by Herman 
Finck. * 2468 

f°, 6 p., pf. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land. C 127709, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 
1906. 

Matilde; words by Marion E. Mower, 
music by Lee Carleton, Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 2464 

f«,5p. 

M. E. Mower, United States. Cl 27804, = 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Meredith (L H.) 

Bugle (The) call; a service for rally day 
by I. H. Meredith and others. 2465 

120, unp. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127761, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

XUes (C. Austin) 

Praise and thanksgiving, a service for 
rally, harvest, missionary or patriotic; 
occasions. 2466 

8° 16 p. 

Hall-Mack oo., Philadelphia, Pa. A 
163592, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 



Mill Cora; waltz sons, [words by] J. A. 
Jarratt, [music byj Lee Carleton. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

8467 

f^ 3 p. 

J. A. Jarratt, United States. C 127827, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Misi Lncinda Brown; words by Wm. Del 

Risco Broughton, music by Lee 

Carleton. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 2468 

f°. 6 p. 

W. Del R. Broughton, United States. 
C 127812, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Mitterer (Ign.) 

Missa in honorem S. Nominis Mariae; 
for two-part male chorus with organ ace. 
op. 141. (Fischer's edition no. 2888.) 

2469 

8° 20 p. 

J. Fischer & bro., New York, N. Y. 
C 127708, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. 

Moore (Harold) 

Tubal Cain; song, words by Charles 
Mackay. 2470 

f°. 8p. 

Willcocks & CO., ltd., London, England. 
C 127697, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Monltonian maroh; by J. F. Buhalts [for 
band.] 2471 

8°, pt8. 

Dalbey mus. co,, Des Moines, Iowa. 
127727, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

My belt regards to jon; waltz, words and 
music by R. Egley. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 8472 

fo 8 p., pf. 

R. Egley, United States. C 127809, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

My clinging ivy; [words by] Alfred E, 
Au., [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

8478 

f°. 5 p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, IlL 
C 127782, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

My dear old Southern home, St. Augnitine; 
words and music by J. Fred De Berr>'. 

8474 

F,5p. 

J. F. De Berry, Tallahassee, Fla. C 
127726, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. 

My ray of innihine; [by] Leon A. Hall. 
Chicago, Success music co. 8475 

nsp. 

L. A. Hall, Boscawen, N. Y. C 117116, 
Mar. 19, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 



200 



CATALOGUE OB' COPYRIGHT ENTBIE8 



Ky ihanty boat Lon; words by John L. 
Vopt> music by Lee Carleton. 
Chicago, Pioneer mnsic pub. co. 

2476 

f>,6p. 

J. L. Vogt, United States. C 127818, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Hapton (Frank) 

Ne m'oubliez pas; (Forget me not) 
waltzes. 8477 

F. 6 p., pf . 

Balmer & Weber music house co., 8t. 
Louis, Mo. C 127705, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906. 

Hewton (Bmast) 

- Through the forest; song no. 3 in F, 
words by Hilda Uammond-Spenoer. 

8478 

f>,6p. 

Chappell (&co., ltd., London, England. 
C 127860, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Hlagara Tails; words by J. Wright, mu- 
sic by J. Norris Hillman. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. co. 2479 

«°, 6p. 

J. Wright, United States. C 127807, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Horah; [by] James J. Flanigan. 2480 
f°, 6 p., Bong. 

J. J. Flanigan, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
118467, Apr. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

itarry flag; [words by] Edw. A. Collier, 
[music by] J. W. Lerman. 8481 

leaf. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127760, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Old (The) rop« iwing in Illlnoli; [words 

by] Mrs. W. K. Wright, [music by] 

iJee Carleton. Chicago, Pioneer 

music pub. co. 8488 

fo, 6p. 

Mrs. W. K. Wright, United States. C 
127823, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Only a faded dresi; [by] Mrs. E. S. Seitz. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2488 

f°, 5 p., Bong. 

Mrs, E. S. Seitz, United States. C 
127811, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

OrieonB; words and music by Annie R. 
Stephens, arr. by Eugene Kaeuffer. 

8484 

f®, 6p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127786, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 



Oi-ka-loo-sa-loo. Indian intermezzo by 
Henry S. Sawyer, arr. by Hilding 
Anderson for band. ' 8485 

8®, pto. 

for orchestra. 

8o, pte, 

Albright music co., Chicago, 111. C 
127701 & 127702, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Onr fflorioni fonrth; [by] Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. 2486 
f°, 5 p., song. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127787, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Pawnee Bill; march -intermezzo, [by] 
J. C. Heed. 2487 

4°, band pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
127831, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Play while yon can; words by Mrs. L. B. 
West, music by Lee Carleton. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 8488 

f°.5p. 

Mrs. L. B. West, United States. C 
127803, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Pradelf (Andr<) 

Reviens-moi; valse [pour] orchestre, 
piano conducteur. 2489 

8°, pts. 

Ulysse T. du Wast, Paris. France. C 
127849, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Present greeting; march, [by] Geo. D. 
Barnard. 2480 

4°, band pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
127829, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Pnt on thy strength; [by] Ira 6. Wilson. 

2491 
4 leaves, song. 

Tullar-Meredith co.. New York, N. Y. 
C 127877, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Bandegger (Alberto) 

Pur dicesti. 2482 

i^.7p. 

Edwin Ashdown, London, England. 
C 126450, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. 

Baniomed (The) of the Lord; [by] J. W. 
Lerman. 2498 

4 leaves, nong. 

Tullar-Meredith co., New York, N. Y. 
C 127876, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Boydt (Kargaret T.) 

Lookin'back; (WathersG'Moyle) song 
no. 1, E flat, words by Moira O'Neill. 

2494 

f°.4p. 

Willcocks & CO., ltd., London, Eng- 
land. C 127696, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
20, 1906. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



201 



tebftthil (T.) 

Compoeitions for the pianoforte, op. 225. 
no. 2: Springtime; no. 4: Joyful greet- 
ing; no. 5: In the woods. 2496 

F, each 5 p. 

C 127862, 127854 & 127855, Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Sailor boys march. 



f°. 5 p. 

Coquette. 

f*. 6p. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 127853 & 127856, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 21, 1906. 

Sohoenafeld (Henry) 

Song of love; words by Will Reed Dun- 
roy. (Madame Nordica's . . . prize 
songs no. 2. ) 8496 

i**,5p. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 127845, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
21, 1906. 

Schnla (T. A.) 

Scales and chords in all the major and 
minor keys for the pianoforte. (Presser 
collection vol. 88. ) 2497 

f», 11 p. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
127741, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Sea Ameriea flnt; [words by] A. £. Bu- 
chanan, [music hy'\ Eugene Kaeuf- 
fer. Chicago, Pioneer music pub. 
CO. 2498 

f*. 5p. 

A. £. Buchanan, United States. C i 
127813, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

She's sleeping neath that little monnd of 
neen; words and music by F. D. 
Walton. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. 2499 

f°,6p. 

F. D. Walton, United States. C 
127806, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Siegel-Mjers correspondence school of 

mnslc; Piano lesson, compared and 

edited by William H. Sherwood, no. 

5, 6, 7, 8, 11 & 12. 2600 

each 1 leaf. 

C 127752-127757, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Singing lesson, compared and edited 

by Geoiige Crampton, no's 3 <& 4 
each 1 leaf. 
C 127758-127759, Aug. 20, 1906. 

Siegel-Myers correspondence course of 
music, Chicago, 111. 2 c. of each Aug. 18, 
1906. 



Song (A) about Jesus; [words bv] H. L. 
Gilmour, [music by] T. P. Hamilton 
arr. by H. L. G. 8501 

leaf. 

H. L. Gilmour, Wenonah, N. J. C 
127751, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Bong (A) of cheer; part-song for men's 
voices, words by "Amadeus" O. S. F. 
music by F. G. Kohner. 2508 

S°, unp. 

F. G. Rohner, Dubuque, Iowa. C 
127704, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

8onl whispers; words and music by Mi mi 
Inness. 2508 

f'.Sp. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 127896, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Bpielter (Hermann) 

Merry youth. (The Joseph Hofmann 
. . . prize piano compositions no. 2.) 

8504 

fo, 8p. 

John Church company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. C 127833, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
21, 1906. 

Springtime; waltz song, words and music 
by Lida M. Munroe. 2505 

f°. 5 p. 

C. W. Thompson & co., Boston, Mass. 
C 127897, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. 

Stand pat; march and two step, [by] 
Charles J. Roberts. 2506 

4^, band pts. 

Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y. C 
127828, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Stray (A) sunbeam; words and music by 
J. R. MacDonald, arr. by Lee Carle- 
ton. Chicago, Pioneer music pub. 
CO. 2507 

f°.5p. 

J. R. MacDonald, United States. C 
127808, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Sun (The) of love; words by Tom Red- 
cam, music by Lee Carleton. Chi- 
cago, Pioneer music pub. co. 2508 

f°. 8p. 

T. H. McDermot, United States. 
127794, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Sunlit (The) clime; [words by] Annie S. 
Cline, [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 8509 
f°, 3p. 

A. S. Cline, United States. C 127792, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c Aug. 20, 1906. 



202 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sweet Aline; words and music by Mary 
£. Penn. Chicago, Pioneer music 
pub. CO. S510 

M. E. Penn, United States. C 127820, 
Auk. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug:. 20, 1906. 

There's no love like the ehildhood love; 
[by] James J. Flanigan. 2611 

t°, 5 p., song. 

J. J. Flanigan, Philadelphia, Pa. C 
118476, Apr. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Thorkveen (L. P). 

Kirkesange; for blandket Kor. 2512 
8°, 174 p. 

Augsburg pub. house. C 108561, Dec. 1, 
1905; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

*Tii onlT for the take of my mother; words 
and music by Mrs. C. M. Stevens. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 2518 
P, 6 p. 

Mrs. C. M. Stevens, United States. C 
127817 Aug. 20, 1906; Aug. 20, 1906. 

Trojelli(A.) 

Morceaux Migngnnes; six little pieces 
for the pianoforte. Chiming bells, car- 
rillon. Wild flowers, waltz. Little court- 
iers, minuet. Queen of fairyland, ga- 
votte. Castanet dance, bolero. Jumping 
rope, mazurka. 2514 

fo, each 3 p. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. C '. 

127744, 127737, 127738, 127739, 127740, ' 
127746, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 
20, 1906. 

Trne eons of '49; words by Arthur Price, 
music by Louis Meyer. Chicago, 
Pioneer music pub. CO. 2515 

f , unp. 

L. Mever, Healdsbun?, Cal. C 124591, 
June 8, i906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906. 

Twilight; words and music bv G. A. 
Tomlinson, arr. by Lee Uarleton. 
Chicago, Pioneer music pub. co. 

2516 

F. 5p. 

G. A. Tomlinson, United States. C 
127822, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

XTntil we meet again; [words by] C. K. 
Sargent [music by] Eugene Kaeuffer. 

2517 

f°,3p. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127788, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 



Village (The) maiden; words and moac 
by Lilian McEwen. Chicago, Pio- 
neer music pub. co. 25 IS 

f°, 6p. 

L. McEwen, United States. C 127824, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Weitman (Theo*) 

Milo; by Benj. H. Burt and Alfred 
Solman, arranged for male quartette. 

251» 

8®, 5 p. 

Jos. W. stem & co.. New York, N, Y. 
C 127249, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906. 

When mother tneked me in; song and 
chorus, words and music by E. M. P. 
Brister. Elsen & co., Cmcinnati, 
Ohio. 2520 

fo,5p. 

E. M. P. Brister, Newark, Ohio. 
121923, May 22, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. 

When the lilaoi bloom again; [words by] 
L. E. Feeback, [music by] Lee Carle- 
ton. Chicago, PioneeV music pub. 

CO. 2521 

f'.Sp. 

L. E. Feeback, United States. O 
127826, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20,1906. 

When the inmmer tnrni onr thoughts to 

joy; words and music by Emil A. 

Koehn. Chicago, Pioneer music 

pub. CO. 2522 

f''. 5 p. 

E. A . Koehn, United States. C 127815, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 

Tonr piotnre Hell, still hangi on the wall; 
words by Terence V. Campbell, 
music by Peter J. Curry. 252ft 

f^'.sp. 

Pioneer music pub. co., Chicago, 111. 
C 127784, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. 

Zephyrs and bliii; intermezzo, [by] F. 
Ch. Rauser. Chicago, Pioneer mu- 
sic pub. CO. 2524 

fo 5 p., pf. 

F. C. Rauser, United States. C 127821, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. 



Number of entries of Musical compositions completed by deposit of 2 copies 

since Jan. 1, 1906 16,650 



INDEX TO PART 3. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



This index contains the names of the copyright proprietors of all the titles regis- 
tered in this number; following each proprietor's name is the title registered by 
him. The index includes also title references to all compositions entered under 
the authors in the Catalogue and author references to all compositions entered 
under the titles in the Catalogue. In the case of an author reference, the title 
follows the name of the author. 

Tbe Plfl^ires refer to tbe fileaTy-faced Nnmbers folloiiriiis the Titles In the 

CatAlosoe* 



Adieu du troubadour 2395 

Adkins ( I. ) Fair hoosier Rose. . . 2422 
Albright music co. Os-ka-loo-sa- 

loo 2486 

Allah 2430 

Allen (E. L. ) Build for eternity. 2403 
Anderson (H.): 

March of the Maccabees 2457 

Os-ka-loo-sa-loo 2485 

Ashdo wn ( E. ) Pur dicesti 2492 

At twilight 2462 

Augsburg pub. house. Kirkesange 2512 
Ball (E. It.) Love me, and the 

world is mine 2455 

Balmer & Weber music house co. 

Xe m*oubliez pas 2477 

Barnard (G. D.) Present greet- 
ing 2490 

Barrett (G.) Lonely waiting for 

you 2453 

Boos ( F. O. ) Gladiolus march . . . 2431 

Boosey & co. Album of duets . . . 2439 
Brice(G.): 

Adieu du troubadour 2395 

Mazurka- Hongroise 2396 

Ravon de solefi 2397 

R^ved'unsoir 2398 

Ronde des petites bonnes 

femmes 2399 

Tarantelle 2400 

Brister ( E. M. P. ) When Mother 

tucked me in ' 2520 

Broughton (W. Del R.) Miss 

Lucinda Brown 2468 

Buchanan (A. £.) See America 

first 2498 

Bugle call 2465 

Buhalts (J. F.) Moultonian 

march 2471 

Burt (B. H.) and Solman (A.) 

Milo 2619 

Carleton (L.): 

Again united 2391 

Broken heart is better than a 

broken vow 2402 



Carleton (L.) — Continued. 

Departure of Sweet Georgia 

Marie 2413 

Hearts or diamonds 2437 

Just listen to my footsteps . . . 2446 

Ix)ve's sad parting 2456 

Matilde 2464 

Miss Cora 2467 

Miss Lucinda Brown 2468 

My shanty boat Lou 2476 

Old rope swing in Illinois 2482 

Play while you can 2488 

Stray Bunbeam 2507 

Sun of love 2508 

Twilight 2516 

When the lilacs bloom again . . 2521 

Castanet dance 2514 

Celebrated largo 2435 

Chappell & CO., ltd.: 

Revelation 2405 

Song without words 2429 

Through the forest 2478 

Chester & Adkins. Fair hoosier 

Rose 2422 

Cheveux 241^ 

Chiming bells 2514 

Church (J. ) CO. : 

Allah 2430 

At twilight 2462 

Merry youth 2504 

Prelude 2444 

Song of love 2496 

Under the greenwood tree . . . 2447 
Clark (T.) Love me, and the 

world is mine 2456 

Cline(A. S.) Sunlit clime 250^ 

Coquette 2495 

Cr^puscule 2423 

Curry (P. J.) Your picture, Nell, 

still hangs on the wall 2523 

Dalbey music co. Moultonian 

march 2471 

De Berry (J. F.) My dear old 

Southern home, St. Augustine . . 2474 

Deoourcelle ( P. ) Motd'amour... 2428 

D^d6 (E. ) Deux Marthe 2421 

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Deux Marthe 

Dix-huit printemps 

Doro ( M. ) Doggy in the yard . . . 
Durand (A.) & tiis: 

I ntrod uction et al legro 

Pell^as et M^lisande 

Shatrika 

Eastman (A. H.)*' 

Gladiolus march 

Love in a graveyard 

Egley (R.) My best regards to 

you 

Ewing (H.J.) Catch of B*d way . 

Fair ( L. ) Bridal vail falls 

Feeback (L. E.) When the lilacs 

bloom again 

Filk ( L. E.) Happy-go-lucky 

Finck ( H. ) Maasa Johnson 

Fischer (C); 

Marksman 

Pawnee Bill 

Present greeting 

Stand pat 

Fischer (3.) & bro. Missa in hon- 

orem S. Nominis Mariae 

Flanigan (J. J.): 

Norah 

There's no love like the child- 

hoo<l love 

Forget-me-not 

Francis, Day & Hunter: 

Bullfighters 

If the girl doesn't mind 

Massa Johnson 

Gifford (P. A.) At the close of 

election dav 

Gilmour ( H. L. ) Song about Jesus 
Gregh ( L. ) Sur les ondes ^th^r^ . 
Grus (L. ) & cie: 

Reviendra-t-elle 

Tennis 

Hall (L. A.) My ray of sunshine. 
Hall- Mack CO. Praise and thanks- 
giving 

Hamilton (T. P.) Song about 

J&sus 

Harthan (H.): 

Czardas 

Peasant dance 

Hartley (F. D.) Gwendolyn 

waltzes 

Hatch music co. Easy steps to 

melody land 

Hear, O Lord 

Heed ( J. C. ) Pawnee Bill 

Heugel & cie: 

Crepuscule 

Nocturne 

4* impromptu 

Higgs (H. M.) Song without 

words 

Hildreth ( R. E. ) : 

Cavatiua 

Good-bye Jennie Jones 

Hill (O. ) Hearts or diamonds. . . 
Hillman (J. N.) Niagara Falls .. 



2421 
2451 
2415 

2425 
2412 
2409 

2431 
2454 

2472 ! 
2407 I 

2401 ; 

2521 ' 

2436 , 
2463 

2458 
2487 
2490 
2506 

2469 

2480 

2511 
2477 

2404 
2441 
2463 

2392 
2501 
2433 

2459 
2460 
2475 

2466 

2501 ; 

2393 ' 
2448 

2434 

2420 
2426 

2487 

2423 ' 
2418 . 

2424 

I 
I 

2429 ; 

2408 
2432 i 

2437 : 
2479 . 



Houghton (H.) Down at Mur- 
phy's 2416 

Hunt ( J/rj». G. R.) Pegleg Joe . . 2461 

In the woods 2496 

Inneps ( M. ) Soul whispers 2503 

Itsell ( N. ) Dying deserter 2419 

Jacobs (W.): 

Cavatina 2408 

Good-bye Jennie Jones 2432 

Jamouneau (A. J.) Lay not up 

for yourselves 2449 

Jarratt (J. A. ) Miss Cora 2467 

Joyful greeting 2495 

Jumping rope 2514 

Kaeuffer (E.): 

At the close of election day . . . 2392 

By the wav of the Cross 2406 

Down in the meadows love .. 2417 

Dving deserter 2419 

I love you darling from afar. . 2440 

Just an humble little cottage. . 2445 

My clinging ivv 2473 

Orisons '. 2484 

Our glorious fourth 2486 

See America first 2498 

Sunlit clime 2509 

Until we meet again 2517 

Killgrove ( T. E. ) For Jesus is my 

friend 2427 

Kirkesange 2512 

Koehn (E. A.) When the Sum- 
mer turns our thoughts to joy . . 2522 

Kottaun ( C. ) Bullfighters 2404 

Land(L. D.) Leonore 2452 

Laurendeau (L. P. ) Marksman.. 2458 
Lempereur (R.) Dix-huit prin- 

temps 2451 

Lerman (J. W.): 

Ostarry fiag 2481 

Ransomed of the Lord 2493 

Little courtiers 2514 

Lookin' back 2494 

I^tti ( A. ) Pur dicesti 2492 

Lowry (E. ) Again united 2391 

McDermot (T. H.) Sun of love.. 2508 
MacDonald (J. R.) Strav sun- 
beam 1 2507 

Mc K wen ( L. ) Village maiden ... 2518 
MacKenzie (S. ) If the girl doesn' t 

mind 2441 

McNeil (F. J. ) If you will think 

of me 2443 

Merrv youth 2504 

MeveV ( L. ) True sons of '49 2515 

Milo 2519 

Missa in honorem S. Nominis 

Mariae 2469 

Moore (E. ) I love you darling 

from afar 2440 

Morris (J. H.) Crossing the bar. 2411 

Mort de Pell^as 2412 

Mot d'amour 2428 

Mower (M.E,) Matilde 2464 

Munroe(L. M.) Springtime 2505 

Ne m'oubliez pas 2477 



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O'Connor ( L. B. ) Good-bye Jen- 
nie Jonee 2432 

On Spanish waters 2438 

Parisiennette 2414 

Pegieg Joe 2461 

Pell^as et M^lisande 2412 

Peun ( M. E. ) Sweet Aline 2510 

Piano lesson 2500 

Pioneer music pub. co. : 

By the way of the Cross 2406 

Down at Murphy's 2416 

Down in the meadows, love , . 2417 

If you will think of me 2443 

Just listen to my footsteps 2446 

My clinging ivy 2473 

Orisons 2484 

Our glorious fourth 2486 

Until we meet again 2517 

Your picture, Nell, still hangs 

on the wall 2523 

Praise and thanksgiving 2466 

Pre&^er (T.): 

Celebrated largo 2435 

Czardas 2393 

Morceaux mignonnes 2514 

Peasant dance 2448 

Sailor boy's dream 2450 

Scales & chords 2497 

Pugh (D. A,) March of the Mac- 
cabees 2457 

Purdicesti 2492 

Queen of fairyland 2514 

Raff (J.) Cavatina 2408 

Rauser ( F. C. ) Zephyrs and bliss. 2524 

Rayon de soleil 2397 

R^^ved'un soir 23»8 

Revelation 2405 

Reviendra-t-elle 2459 

Reviens-moi 2489 

Rol)ert8 ( C. J. ) Stand pat 2506 

Roberts (J. S.) Consolation 2410 

Rohner ( F. G. ) Song of cheer. . . 2502 

Rondedes [jetites bonnes femmes. 2399 

Sailor boy's dream 2450 

Sailor Iwy's march 2495 

Sawyer (H.S.) Os-ka-loo-sa-loo. 2485 

Scales & chords 2497 

Schwarz ( A. C. ) Broken heart . . 2402 
Seitz ( Mr9. E. S. ) Only a faded 

dress 2483 

Shatrika 2409 

Sherwood (N. A.) Breezes from 

Georgia 2394 

Siegel-Myers correspondence school 
of music: 

Piano lesson 2500 

Singing lesson 2500 

Simpson ( R. B. ) Gladiolus march 2431 

Singing lesson 2500 

Snelling (E. G. ) If with all your 

hearts 2442 



Song of love 2496- 

Song without words 2429 

Springtime 2495 

Stephens ( A. R. ) Orisons 2484 

Stern (J. W. ) & co. Milo 2519 

Stevens {Mrs. C. M.) 'Tis only 

for the sake of mv mother 2513 

Sur les ondes ^th^r^ 2433 

Tarantelle 240a 

Thomas {Mrs. H. F. ) Departure 

of Sweet Georgia Marie 2413 

Thompson (C. W.) & co.: 

Compositions for piano 2495 

Hear. O Lord 2426 

Soul whispers 2503 

Springtime 2505 

Through the forest 2478 

Tomlinson ( G. A. ) Twilight .... 2516^ 

Tubal Cain 2470 

Tullar-Meredith Co. : 

Bugle call 2465 

CroHsing the bar 241 1 

If with all your hearts 2442 

I^y not up for vonrselves 2449^ 

O starry flag ..1 2481 

Put on thy strength 2491 

Ransoine(\ of the Ix)rd 2493 

Cnder the greenwood tree 2447 

Vogt ( J. L. ) My shantv bc/at Lou . 2476 

Walton (F. D.) She's sleeping 

neath that little mound of green . 2499 

Ward (J. E. ) Love in a grave- 
yard 2454 

Wast (U. T. du): 

Parisiennette 2414 

Reviens-moi 2489 

Waters ( Mrs. M. ) Just an humble 

little cottage 2445 

Wathers, O'Moyle 2494 

Weeks <& co. On Spanish ^vater8. 2438 
West ( Mrs. L. B. ) Play while you 

can 24 88 

White (B. V. ) Love's pad parting. 2456 
Whitney (C. W.) co. March of 

the Maccabees 2457 

Wild flowers 2514 

Willcocks & CO., ltd.: 

Lookin' back 2494 

Tubal Cain 2470 

WMlson (1. B.) Put on thy 

strength '. 2491 

Witmark (M. ) & sons: 

Doggv in the yard 2415 

Lonely waiting for you 2453 

Love me, and the world is 

mine 2455 

Wright ( J. ) Niagara Falls 2479 

Wright {Mrs. W. K.) Old rope 

swing in Illinois 2482" 

Zook & CO. Deux Marthe 2421 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by authors (compoeers) or titles. The titles beginning with 
an article are alphabetted under the first word not an article. The imprint 
is omitted in the title if the publisher and copj^right proprietor are the same. 
Information contained in the title is not repeated in the collation. Piano music is 
understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Sones are understood to 
be with pf. ace. unless otherwise stated. Titles reading ** Words by," '*