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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME 3, PART 5 A, NUMBER 1 

Published Music 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1949 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

THIRD SERIES 

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION 

Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Part 1 A Books $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

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

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

Part 2 Periodicals 1. 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3fc?4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery 1. 00 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 

DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 
DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music 1. 50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad. 

EP Musical compositions published in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1. 50 

EU Unpublished music. 

Part 6 Maps ■ .50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and 

Technical Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 

Illustrations 1. 00 

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

GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of art. 

H Reproductions of works of art published in the United 

States. 
HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 
IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or tech' 

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IU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 

technical character. 
JP Published photographs. 

JU Unpublished photographs. 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations, published in the United 

States. 
KF Prints and pictorial illustrations published abroad. 

Part 11B Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 & 13 ... . Motion Pictures 50 

LP Published motion picture photoplays. 

LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays. 

MP Published motion pictures other than photoplays. 

MU Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays. 

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

R Renewal registrations. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME 3, PART 5 A, NUMBER 1 

Published Music 



JANUARY-JUNE 

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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Published Music (Composer and Author Entries) I 

Title Index 217 

Classified Index 267 

Claimant Index 317 

PREFACE 

THIS part of the Catalog of Copyright Entries contains a list of the domestic and foreign pub- 
lished music registered in the Copyright Office from January 1, 1949, through June 30, 1949. 
Included also are selected works registered as unpublished music and musical materials regis- 
tered as books, pamphlets, dramas, and contributions to periodicals. Renewal registrations 
of music made in this period are listed in Part 14B of the Catalog. 

Arrangement. — The main section contains entries giving complete information about 
each work, arranged alphabetically under the name of the person chiefly responsible for the 
work (composer, editor, arranger or compiler). Cross-references are made for the names of 
others who participate in the worjc 

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

The third section is a Classified Index in which each registration is listed under the medium 
of performance of the work, or, when the music is of a special type, under the subject heading 
for that group. For a fuller explanation, see the introduction to the index itself. 

The fourth section is a Claimant Index in which each registration is listed under the name 
of the person or firm appearing in the application as the copyright claimant. 

Entry. — The names by which the entries are alphabetized are given in the fullest known 
form, with cross-references from pseudonyms, nicknames, and forms contrary to normal usage 
in the particular language. 

MARAIS, JOSEF, pseud. See Pessac, Joseph. 

GRASSI, ANTONIO DE. See De Grassi, Antonio Joachim. 

In the main entry, the name used in the heading is followed by the title and the names of 
all the authors. Name of publisher and place of publication are given when the publisher and 
claimant are not the same. When no publisher is given, it is to be understood that the claim- 
ant is the publisher. 

Filing titles are supplied when necessary to bring together all excerpts from one work, or 
to file nondistinctive titles under the name of the musical form. Filing titles are placed in 
curves in front of the title as given on the work, for example: 
A (Roberta) The touch of your hand, from the musical play Roberta. 
A (Concerto, violin, no. 2, A minor) Deuxieme concerto pour violon 6? orchestre. 
The caret preceding the title indicates that Library of Congress printed cards are available for 
purchase. Orders for or inquiries regarding these cards should be addressed to the Card 
Division of the Library of Congress. 

Copyright Data. — The statement giving the facts of copyright registration begins 
with the copyright symbol ©, which is followed by the name of the claimant, and for claimants 
other than individuals, the place of publication, the date of publication given on the application, 
and the registration number. If the claim is based on new matter, a brief description of the 
new matter is given between the date and the iegistration number. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every copyright entry listed in this part of the Cat- 
alog, the deposit of copies (or copy), as required by Title 17, U. S. C, sees. 12, 13 or 215 has 
been made. Foreign works for which two copies have been deposited, under sec. 215, are 
distinguished by a registration number, the first digit of which is a zero. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published by authority of Title 17, 



U. S. O, sees. 210 and 211. Section 210 provides that the Catalog "shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration. 11 

Organization of the Catalog. — This issue of the Catalog is part of Volume 3 of the 
Third Series. The parts are numbered according to the alphabetical sequence of classes as 
listed in Title 17, U. S. C, sec. 5. Letters are added to the part numbers to indicate sub- 
divisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in each part are listed, together with their 
respective symbols, under the title of the part in the Table of Organisation which faces the 
title page in this issue. In each case, the first letter of the symbol is that of the class under 
which registration is made; the second, if any, is a designation added by the Copyright Office 
for purposes of statistical analysis of registrations. The symbol R does not represent a class 
designated by the Copyright Act, but has been adopted by the Copyright Office to distinguish 
renewal copyright registrations. Some parts also contain registrations made under other 
symbols if the subject matter or type of material of these registrations is similar to that generally 
included m the part. 

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

The price of each individual number of the Catalog is given in the Table of Organisation. 
The annual subscription rate for each part is twice the price of a single number, since all parts 
are issued semiannually. The complete Catalog of Copyright Entries for one year may be 
secured on a subscription basis for $20. 

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

ABBREVIATIONS 

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

— caret indicates that Library of Con- ed. — edition, editor, edited 

gress printed cards are available op. — opus 

and may be ordered from the pseud. — rpseudonym 

Card Division. p. — page, pages 

a. k. a. — also known as pt. — part 

ace. — accompaniment pub. — publisher, published, publishing 

arr. — arranger, arranged rev. — revised 

© — copyright claimed by t. a. — trading as 

ca. — circa tr. — translated 

comp. — compiler, compiled v., vol. — volume, volumes 
d. b. a. — doing business as 

COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF PUBLISHED MUSIC 

January-June 1949 

Musical compositions published in the United States 5, 505 

Musical compositions published abroad 1, 991. 

Total 7, 496 

The above figures show the registrations for published music for January-June 1949, but 
do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 

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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



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



A., A. E. 
Jesus, sleeping in the manger. See_ Davis, 
Katherine Kennicott. 

ABBOTT, DOROTHY, pseud . See 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

ABBOTT, LYMAN C 
We both know we'll love again; lyric by 
Gene Wilbur, music by Lyman C. Abbott. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
8Feb49; EP36413. 



ABBOTT, MEDA. 
California love song. 



See Patton, Jack. 



ABEGG, CARL JULIUS. 
Der unsichtbare Weg. See Malafesta, Luigi. 

ABEL, PAUL. 
Dopo di te; beguine, parole di L. L. Martelli, 
musica di Paul Abel. ( With Giacomazzi, 
A. E la prima volta) © Edizioni Dott, Gi 
Gallazzi, Milano; lMar48; EF12494. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

La luna e' un'invenzione. See Taccani, 

Sandro. 
Ogni tuo bacio, canzone slow; versi di 

L. L. Martelli, musica di Paul Abel. 

© Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 

10Sep48, EF11751. Piano-conductor 

score (orchestra, with words) and 

parts 

ABERNATHY, LEE ROY, 1913- 
The big Boss; by Lee Roy Abernathy. 
© Abernathy Publications, Canton, Ga.; 
2Aug48; EP36067. Close score: SATB; 
shape-note notation. 
Connect me with my Lord; by Lee Roy 
Abernathy. © Abernathy Publications, 
Canton, Ga.; 2Aug48; EP36065. Close 
score: SATB; shape-note notation. 
Filled with glory divine; by Lee Roy Aber- 
nathy. © Abernathy Publications, Canton, 
Ga.; 2Aug48; EP36066. Close score: 
SATB; shape-note notation. 

Gabriel's trumpet; by Lee Roy Abernathy. 
© Abernathy Publishing Co., Canton, Ga.; 
2Aug48; EP36068. Close score: SATB; 
shape-note notation. 

Heaven is where you belong; by Lee Roy 
Abernathy. Canton, Ga., Abernathy Pub- 
lishing Co. © Lee Roy Abernathy; 
2Aug48; EP36069. Close score: SATB; 
shape note notation. 

ABINZANO, FERMIN, 1904- ^ 
Almena; Spanish dance, musica de F. 
Abinzano. © Max Pfeffer, New York 
2Aug48; EF11926. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

ABOTT, JULIUS. 
Of you I sing; song, poem and music by 
Julius Abort. © Julius Abott; 4Feb49; 
EP34149. 



[ABRAHAM, IRVIN] 1909- 
Dena's lullaby, by Irvin Graham [pseud.] 
New York, Braodcast Music. © Irvin 
Graham (in trust for Dena Kaye); 28Jan49; 
EP34791. For voice and piano. 

Every day's my birthday [by] Irvin Graham 
[pseud.] arr. by Lou Singer. © Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp., New York; 27Jan49; 
on arrangement for vocal orchestration; 
EP34007. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Every day's my birthday; fox-trot by Irvin 
Graham [pseud.], arr. by Jack Mason. 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 13jan49; on arrangement; EP33667. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and Darts. 

ABRAMSON, MAX. 
Israel, Israel, this our native land. See 
Paley, Herman. 

ABSIL, JEAN, 1893- 
'(Trio strings no. 2) String trio no. 2 [byl 
Jean Absih © J. & W. Chester, ltd 
London; HOct48; EF11588. Miniature 
score. 

ACEVES MEJIA, MIGUEL. 
La embarcacion; cancibn mexicana arreglo 
de Miguel Aceves Mejia. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s a 
Mexico; 180ct48; on arrangement; ' 
EF12165. For voice and piano. 

ACHARD, PAUL. 
Crois toujours a mon amour. See Scotto 
Vincent. Violettes imperiales. 

ACKERMANS, HIPPOLYTE, 1886- 
Dans notre eglise oubliee; paroles de 
Daver [pseud.] & Lovinfosse, musique 
de H. Ackermans. © H. Ackermans- 
28Nov47; EF12158. 

ACKERS, ANDY, pseud . See 
Acuarulo, Andrew A. 

ACKLEY, ALFRED HENRY. 
Deep down in my heart. See Ackley, 
Bentley DeForrest. 

How sweet the dawn. See Ackley, Bentley 
DeForrest. 

ACKLEY, BENTLEY DeFORREST 1872- 
Abiding in Jesus, [by] B. D. Ackley, [words 
by] Vida Munden Nixon. (In. ins Christ 
glorified in song, no. 9) © The Rode- 
heaver Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 28Dec48- 
EP33303. ' 

Children's Day helper; comp. by B. D. 
Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co. © The Rodeheaver Co.; 
no. 49, 24Feb49; AA108254. 
Christ glorified in song, comp. by B. D. 
Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co. © The Rodeheaver Co.; 
28Dec48; EP33302. 
Deep down in my heart, [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] A. H. Ackley. (In. bis Christ 
glorified in song, no. 46) © The Rode- 
heaver Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 28Dec48; 
EP33304. 



How sweet the dawn, [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] A. H. Ackley. (In his Christ 
glorified in song, no. 49) © The Rode- 
heaver Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 28Dec48; 
EP33305. Close score: SATB. 

Show me Thy way, [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] C. Poole. (In his Christ glori- 
fied in song, no. 57) © The Rodeheaver 
Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 28Dec48; EP33306. 

[ACUARULO, ANDREW A ] 1919- 

It was so good while it lasted; lyric by 
Ruth Poll, music by Andy Ackers [pseud.] 
© Maypole Music, inc., New York; 
17May49; EP37069. 

A new shade of blues; lyric by Ruth Poll, 
music by Andy Ackers [pseud.] and Johnny 
Farrow. © Maypole Music, inc., New 
York, 120ct48; EP36144. 

ADAIR, HADEN ELMER. 
You're welcome down in Miami. See 
Tate, Clarke. 

ATJAIR, JEANNE, 1897- 
Forgive me; words: Eleanor Roberts, 
music: Jeanne A'Dair. © Jeanne A'Dair 
& Eleanor Roberts; lDec48 (in notice: 
1949); EP33897. 

ADAM, ADOLPHE CHARLES, 1803-1856. 

O holy night, [for] S.A T.B by A. Adam, 
arr. by Frederic Fay Swift (Octavo 
no. 911) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
3Jan49; on arrangement; EP32586. 
O holy nighty S.A., by A. Adam, arr. by 
Frederic Fay Swift. (Octavo no. 910) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 26Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP33942. 

Old Joshua^ words: Eleanor Roberts, music: 
Jeanne A Dair. © Jeanne A'Dair & Eleanor 
Roberts; lDec48 (in notice: 1949); 
EP33895. 
Rock-a-bye moon words: Eleanor Roberts 
music: Jeanne ATJair. © Jeanne A'Dair 
& Eleanor Roberts; 3Feb49; EP34300. 
This way to paradise; words: Baron Keyes, 
music: Jeanne A Dair. © Jeanne A'Dair 
& Baron Keyes; lDec48 (in notice: 1949); 
EP33896. 

ADAM, CLAUS. 
Sonata for cello and piano or 2 celli alone. 
See Kraft, Anton. Sonata, violoncello & 
bass. 

ADAM, JOSEPH. 
Henny Penny; or, Chicken Little, a chil- 
dren s operetta in 2 acts, by Joseph Adam. 
C. C. Birchard & Co., Boston, 25MaH9- 
DP19286. 

ADAMS, A EMMETT. 

The bells of St. Mary's; for Hammond 
organ, by A. Emmett Adams, arr. by 
William Stickles. New York, Chappell. 
© Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew ltd.; 
lApr49; on arrangement; EP35690. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ADAMS, ANITA L 
In the valley of heart's delight; words by 

Eleanore Schuster, music by Anita L. 

Adams [and] Walter D. Adams. Albany, 

Calif., Adams Music Pub. Co. © Eleanore 

Schuster & Walter D. Adams; 18Apr49; 

EP37513. 
My beautiful Chiquita; words by Ida Cosmen, 

music by Anita Adams and Walter Adams. 

Albany, Calif., Adams Music Pub. Co. 

© Ida Cosmen & Walter Adams; 22jun49; 

EP37973. 

ADAMS, BETTY CAREY. 
Do the whistle polka. See Mitchell, 
Mae Gertrude. 

ADAMS, DON. 
She said yes. See Payne, Eddie. 

ADAMS, FRANKIE. 
Beautiful eyes. See Madaglia, Neal. 

ADAMS, FRANKIE, pseud . See 
Primozich, Frank A. 

ADAMS, JOS. E. 
Just you. See Mule, Louis. 

ADAMS, LEE R. 
Howdy stranger 1 See Cohan, Robert A. 

ADAMS, STANLEY. 
In the market place of old Monterey. 

See De Rose, Peter. 
My shawl. See Cugat, Xavier. 

ADAMS, VIOLET ODEM, 1910- 
God's going to pay me well; words & music 
by Violet Adams, arr. by V. Bates. 
© Violet Odem Adams; 5May49; EP36612. 

ADAMS, VIRGINIA FEATHERSTON, 1913- 
On the banks of the great Kanawha, by 
Virginia Featherston Adams. © Virginia 
Featherston Adams; 24Dec48; EP33794. 
For voice and piano. 

ADAMS, WALTER DANIEL. 
In the valley of heart's delight. See Adams, 

Anita L. 
My beautiful Chiquita. See Adams, Anita. 

ADAMSON, HAROLD. 
Father's day. See McHugh, James 
Francis. As Hie" girls go. 



ADANTI, GINO, pseud . 
Rocchi, Gino. 



See 



ADDEO, LEON. 
Rambling rose. See Burke, Joseph A. 

ADDINSELL, RICHARD, 1904- 
(Alice in Wonderland) Suite, from Alice 
in Wonderland; composed by Richard 
Addinsell, arr. by Ronald Settle. 
© Keith Prowse & Co., ltd., London; 
18May49; on arrangement; EF12997. 
2 scores for 2 pianos. 
"Alice's adventures in Wonderland and 
through the looking-glass; by Lewis 
Carroll, dramatised by Clemence Dane, 
with music by Richard Addinsell (Acting 
edition, no. 2231) C Samuel French, ltd. 
London; lDec48; DPI 9092. Libretto. 
(The passionate friends) Lovers' moon: 
from the film The passionate friends [by] 
Richard Addinsell. (Orchestra works, 
no. 409) © Chappell & Co., ltd.. London; 
16Feb49; on arrangement; EF12509. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

(The passionate friends) Lovers' moon; 
[from] The passionate friends, by Richard 
Addinsell, [arrangement for piano solo by 
Leonard Isaacs] 9 Chappell & Co., ltd. 
London; 7Feb49; EF12460. 

ADDISON, JOHN. 
(The guinea pig) Saintbury school song, 
from the film The guinea pig, words by 
Gerald Bryant, music by John Addison. 
© De Wolfe, London; lDec48, EF12484. 



ADDY, MICKEY. 
I'm in love like mad, lyric by Sammy 
Gallop, music by Mickey Addy. © Lom- 
bardo Music, inc., New York; 4Mar49, 
EP34876. 

ADLER, HUGOC. 
Early -will I seek Thee; from the Hebrew 
of Solomon ibn Gabirol, tr„ into English 
by Gustav Gottheil, for mixed chorus, a 
cappella. by Hugo Ch. Adler. (Octavo 
series, 413) © R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 25Feb49; EP35183. 

ADLER, MYRA. 
My ting-a-ling; piano solo with words, [by] 
Myra Adler. [Words by Henrietta 
Stander] © Oliver Ditson Co., Philadel- 
phia; 13Mav49; EP36906. 

ADLER, RICHARD. 
The candy shop song. See Springer, Philip. 
I'm feelin' like a song. See Springer, 
Philip. 

The little bird that sings at Rockefeller 

Center. See Satra, Matthew. 
One Easter mornin'. See Springer, Philip. 
Rosalinda waltz. See Yankovic, Frank J. 
Veloa. See Springer, Tony. 
The whoop polka. See Yankovic, Frank J. 

ADLER, SAMUEL H 
Arabesque; piano solo, by Samuel H. Adler. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 29Apr49; 
EP36590. , 

AGATOV, V. 
Dark is the night. See Bogoslavsky, Nikita. 

Two soldiers. 
Kostya the sailor. See Bogoslavsky, Nikita. 
Two soldiers. 

AGAY, DENES. 
Believing; song, words by Fred Jay and 

Irving Reid, music by Denes Agay. ([Pub. 

order no.] 111-40005) ©Theodore 

Presser Co., Philadelphia: 18Mav49; 

EP37045. ' ' ■ ' 

I'm hap-hap-happy in love; words by Brent 

Osborne and George Herz, music by 

Denes Agay. © Mills Music, inc., New 

York; 29Apr49; EP36583. 

AGER, LAURENCE. 
The isle of dreams; unison song, words by 
Robert Herrick, music by Laurence Ager. 
(Modern festival series, no. 76) © Boosey 
& Co., ltd., London; HMar49; EF12570. 

AGEllON, MARCEL EUGENE. 
Ay del ay!.... See Sentis, Jose". 
Papa-maman. See Hess, John. 

Pourquoi me faire attendre. See Chardon, 
Julien. 

La samba des Cacahuetes. See Castelain, 
Maurice. Toute la famille etait la. 

Ta chose. See Chardon, Julien. 

Toute la famille etait la. See Castelain, 
Maurice. 

Troublant bolero. See Reinhardt, Django. 
Who can tell? See Luypaerts, Guy Georges. 

AGREN, SIGURD. 
Johanssons boogie woogie vals. See 

Ramel, Povel. 
Kycklingpolka, arr. av Sigurd Agren, 
svensk text: Roni [pspud.l © Reuter & 
Reuter forlags a. b., Stockholm; ljan45; on 
arrangement; EF12218. 

Kycklingpolka-, arr. av Sigurd Agren, 
svensk text: Roni [pseud.] © Reuter & 
Reuter forlags a.-b., Stockholm; ljan45; 
on arrangement; EF12217. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 



AGREVES, ERNEST D' 1880- 
Scherzando: par Ernest d'Agreves. Door 
[Ernest d Agreves] © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, J. B. Faulx, Bruxelles; 
12Feb49; EF13317. Score (trumpet & 
piano) and part. 

AGUILA, CARLOS. 
Convencida. See Domfhguez, Abel. 

AHDE, SVERKER. 
Kafferepet; text och musik: Ernst Schleich 
[and] Sverker Ahde. © Skandinaviska 
Odeon ab, Stockholm; ljan48; EF11836. 

AHLIN, ERNFRID ._ 
Sommar och sol ar har igen, sommarvals 
av Ernfrid Ahlin^text: Roland [pseud.] 
© Ahlins musikforlag a/b, Stockholm; 
ljan47; EF12221. 

Sommar och sol ar har igen I Vals, av 
Ernfrid Ahlin, arrangemang: JVillard 
Ringstrand. © Ahlins musikforlag a. b., 
Stockholm; ljan47; on arrangement; 
EF12222. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts with words. 

AHLSTRAND, DAVID, 1908- 
Moments of joy; words by Flo Kelly 
Myers, music by David Ahlstrand. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP37828. 
The old, old timer; words by Sammy Kerr 
[pseud.] music by David Ahlstrand. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP34482. 

AJELLO, TONY. 
I'll never be the same without you; words 
and music by Tony Alello. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 700148; 
EP33342. 

AIETA, ANSELMO. 
Color de barro; tango, letra de Catulo 
Castillo, musica de Anselmo Aieta. 
© Editorial Argentina de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
8Jun48; EF13064. 

AIKEN, KENNETH, 1885- 
Modern technic for the student of piano; by 
Kenneth Aiken. © The Willis Music Co., 
Cincinnati; 28Dec48; AA103951. 

AINSLEY, AGNES, pseud . See 
Vandevere, J. Lilian. 

AJALBERT, JEAN. 
Once upon a time. See Bovet, Eric David. 

AKST, HARRY LEOPOLD, 1894- 
Remember Mother's Day; words by Ben 
Ryan, music by Harry Akst and Solly 
Violinsky [pseud.] © Sam Fox Publishing 
Co., New York; 25Mar49; EP35319. 

ALAIN, ALBERT. 
O come now and let us sing a new song unto 
the Lord. Cantate Domino. For four-part 
chorus of mixed voices [by] Albert Alain 
arr. by Robert Leech Bedell. [Words] 
from Psalm 96, free translation by R. L. B. 
(Choral music, 1002) © Edition Musicus- 
New York, inc., New York; 16Dec48; on 
translation & arrangement; EP34064. 

ALAND, CURLY. 
My heart asked a question. See Spratt, Bud. 

ALARCON LEAL, EDUARDO. 

Ni plata m cobre; ranchera, letra y musica 
de Eduardo Alarcon Leah © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 10Nov48; EF12418. 

Por otro queren; cancion ranchera de 
Eduardo Alarcon Leal. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 10Nov48; EF12420. For voice 
and piano. 

Solo que la^mar se seque; cancion ranchera, 
letra y musica de Eduardo Alarcon Leal. 
©_Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13216. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ALASKA, J 
Sombra y luz; bolero. Letra de Gil Luano, 
musica de J. Alaska. © Reinbert & Co., 
inc., New York; 30Mar49; EF12808. 

ALBANI, PEDRO. 
Alfonzo, the one seflorita seflorj words by 
Albert Gamse, music by Pedro Albani. 
© Commercial Music, inc., New York; 
28Feb49; EP34559. English words. 

ALBERT, EUGEN D', 1864-1932. 
(Suite, piano) Allemande, gavotte and 
musette; from the Suite, op. 1, by Eugen 
d'Albert, arr. by Bernard Dieter. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
31May49 (in notice: 1948); EP37536. 
2 scores for 2 pianos. 

ALBERT, HEINRICH. 
Round the Lord in glory seated; motet for 
a chorus of mixed voices: S.S.A.T.B., 
[by] Heinrich Albert, arr. by Robert L. 
Bedell. Words from the Hymnal. (Choral 
music, 1003) © Edition Musicus- New 
York, inc., New York; 16Dec48; on words 
adopted & arrangement; EP34065. 

ALBERT, HERMAN WINFRED, 1882- 
Song of the Magi; words and music by H. W. 
Albert. © Herman W. Albert; 21Feb49; 
EP34547. Hymn, with music. 

ALBERT, SHIRLEY. 
Lavender coffin; words and music by 
Shirley Albert. © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 13Jun49; EP37571. 

ALBERTI, CHARLES. 
Macatawa, Isle of view -a, words and music 
by Charles Alberti. © Charles Alberti; 
25Apr49; EP36514. 

ALBIN, DORIS. 
A lonely mother. See Hall, David. 

ALDERSON,- PHILIP. 
The Viking song. See Morton, Joseph 
Hendy. 

ALDRICH, RONNIE. 
Jungle fantasy. See Morales, Esy. 

ALDRIDGE, ELIZABETH IRVING. 
Our Guide; words and music by Elizabeth 
Irving Aldridge. Solo or duet. 
© Elizabeth Irving Aldridge; 22Jan49; 
EP34270. 

ALEMSHAH, KURKEN M 1907-1947. 

Cinq choeurs armemens. [BylK. M. 
Alemshah [words by Vahan Hovanessian 
Helene Puzante and others] © K. M 
Alemshah; HAug47; EF12654 Score- 
chorus (SATB). Words in Armenian 
characters. 

Neuf melodies armeniennes. [By]K M 
Alemshah [words by Hovannesse 
Toumaman, Archag Tchobanian, Vahan 
Tekeyan and others] © K. M, Alemshah; 
HAug47; EF12655. Armenian words. 

ALEWEL, LOUIS EMIL, 1878- 
My dear Harry, won't you tarry? By Lou ls 
E. Alewel. © Louis Emil Alewel; 10jan49 
Lano : } ' EP34841 - For v °ice and 

ALEXANDER, DAN, pseud . See ■ 
Amfitheatrof, Daniele. 

ALEXANDER, HOWARD. 
A bird s clear note. See Mayerl, Billy. 
The morning sun. See Henley, Peter J. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES WADDELL. 
O sacred head, now wounded. See Bach 
Johann Sebastian. 



ALEXANDER, JEFF. 
Old timer; words and music by Marve 
Fisher and Jeff Alexander. © Dan Cameron 
Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 20Jan49- 
EP33839. 

ALEXANDER, MARY. 
I'll remember September. See Hall, David. 

ALEXANDER, NELSON, 1928- 
Them what has gets; words by Gale Hunt, 
music by Nelson Alexander. © Gale 
Borden Hunt, d.b.a./sole owner Pictorial 
Hongs, Los Angeles; 21Jan49; EP33893. 
You left me like an old shoe; words by 
Gale Hunt, music by Nelson Alexander. 
© Gale Borden Hunt, d.b.a./sole owner 
Pictorial songs, Los Angeles; 21Jan49; 
EP33892. 

ALEXANDER, VAN, 1915- 

L'Ana. See Jackson, Chubby. 

Baby, don't start cheatin' on me, not after 
all these years. See Mills, Irving. 

The be-bop style; by Van Alexander. 
A new method with studies and solos for 
piano, trumpet, tenor sax, alto sax, 
baritone sax and clarinet. © Criterion 
Music Corp. New York; HMar49; 
EP35692. 

Blue rhythm bounce; piano solc^ by Van 
Alexander and Irving Mills. © American 
Academy of Music, inc., New York, 
4Apr49, EP35639. 

Blue rhythm ramble, piano solo* by Van 
Alexander and Irving Mills. © American 
Academy of Music, inc., New York; 
4Apr49, EP35640. 

Blue rhythm serenade; piano solo, by Van 
Alexander and Irving Mills. © American 
Academy of Music, inc., New York, 
4Apr49, EP35641. 

Button, button, who's got the button? See 
Mills, Irving. 

Congratulations. See Robin, Sid. 

The hot canary. See Nero, Paul. 

Ornithology. See Parker, Charles. 

You kissed the words right out of my 
, mouth. See Mills, Irving. 

ALEXEIEFF, K. 
The glove. See Mikeshina, Ariadna. 
Rain. See Mikeshina, Ariadna. 

ALFAS. pseud. See 
Bahr, Carlos. 

ALFIER, EDGAR. 
Texas trail. See Hall, David. 

ALFIERI, AMLETO. 
Perche lasciasti Napoli? Di F. Morini 
e A. Alfieri. © Radiovox Edizioni Inter - 
nazionali, Roma; 15Aug48; EF12501. For 
voice and piano. 

ALFRED, J., pseud . See 
Peltier, Alfred James. 

ALFRED, HOY. 
The huckle-buck. See Gibson, Albert. 

Kee-mo, ky-mo; the magic song words 
and music by Bob Hilhard and Roy Alfred. 
© Barton Music Corp., New York; 7Feb49; 
EP34328. 

ALFVEN, HUGO t 1872- 
*En skargardssagen. A legend of the 
skerries. Symfonisk dikt av Hugo Alfven. 
Op. 20. Partitur. © Abr. Hirschs forlag 
Stockholm; ljan33; EF12237. For orches- 
tra. 

ALGARD, IRENE. 
Why do you do these things to me? See 
Carleton, Robert Louis. 



ALGUER6, AUGUSTO. 
My beloved Maraquita; adapted from 
Campana mananera, English lyric by 
Moira Heath, music by Augusto Alguero. 
© Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 
6Apr46; on adaptation; EF12176. 

ALICE MARIE, pseud . See 
Fredrick, Alice Marie. 
Now is the triumph I See Ohlson, Marion. 

A LING TON, C. A. 
Consecration. See Blake, Leonard James. 

ALTX, CLAUDE, pseud . See 
Broek, Paula van de. 

ALKIRE, ELBERN H 1907- 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [A flat studies and 
fiharp solos, Love's old sweet song, and 
Adeste fideles, arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 10Dec48; 
on preparatory studies & arrangement; 
EP34205. 
Alkire fiharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [A flat studies, Scale 
passages and Eharp solo, All through the 
night, arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., 
A. Alkire Publications, © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 19Apr49; on studies, 
scale passages, arrangement & instruc- 
tions; EP37407. 
Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [B flat studies, Study 
for 4th finger. Examination for fifth 
section, and Eharp solo, Cielito Undo, arr.] 
by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire 
Publications. © Elbern H. "Eddie" 
Alkire; 19Apr49; EP37670. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method, by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; pt. 1, 
20Dec48; EP34524. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [chord studies in minor 
keys of A, D, G and C minor] by Eddie 
Alkire. Easton, Pa. E. Alkire Publica- 
tions. © Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 
8Nov48; EP36119. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [E flat studies, Scale 
passages and Massa's in de cold, cold 
ground, arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa, 
E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 19Apr49; on studies, 
scale passages, arrangement & instruc- 
tions; EP37406. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [lesson and The skaters 
arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa. E. 
Alkire Publications. £ Elbern H. "Eddie" 
Alkire; 30Dec48; on arrangement, finger- 
board chart and playing suggestions; 
EP36037. 

\lkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [mastery of the finger- 
board, Eharp fingerboard Alkire tuning 
and Examination for sixth section] by 
Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire 
Publications. © Elbern H. "Eddie" 
Alkire; 8Jun49; EP37671. 

Alkire Eharp system- a complete technic 
and chord method [preparatory studies 
and Choral, from Christmas album. 
Op. 68. By Schumann, arr.] by Eddie 
Alkire. Easton, Pa. E. Alkire Publica- 
tions. © Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 
3QDec48; on preparatory studies & ar- 
rangement; EP34203. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [preparatory studies 
and Eharp solo, My old Kentucky home, 
by Stephen Foster, arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 30Dec48; 
on preparatory studies & arrangement; 
EP34204. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ALKIRE, ELBEKN H 1907- Cont'd. 

Alkire Eharp system: a complete technic 
and chord method, [preparatory studies in 
A flat and Eharp solo, When the dew is on 
the rose, arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, 
Pa., E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 10Dec48; on preparatory 
study &. arrangement; EP34207. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [preparatory studies 
in A flat and Eharp solo, You tell me 
your dream, I'll tell you mine, arr.] by 
Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Pub- 
lications. © Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 
10Dec48; on preparatory studies & ar- 
rangement; EP34206. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [preparatory studies 
in F and Eharp solos La spagnola, and 
Vilia, arr.j by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., 
E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H., 
"Eddie" Alkire; 30Nov48; on preparatory 
study & arrangement; EP34208. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study 
and America [or] God save the King 
arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa. E. 
Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 'Eddie" 
Alkire; 21Feb49; on study, arrangement & 
playing instructions; EP36035. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study 
and Blue Danube arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 22Mar49; on 
study, arrangement & playing instructions; 
EP35763. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Dark eyes arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, 
Pa., E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
'Eddie Alkire; 22Mar49; on study, ar- 
rangement & playing instructions; 
EP35760. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study 
and Don Juan minuet arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 21Feb49; 
on study, playing instructions & arrange- 
ment; EP36032. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Eharp solo, America the beautiful] by 
Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Pub- 
lications. © Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 
230ct48; EP33701. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Home on the range arr.j by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 22Mar49; on 
study arrangement & playing instructions; 
EP35764. 

Alkire Eharp system a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Nocturne by Chopin arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 21Feb49; on 
study, arrangement & playing instructions: 
EP36036. 

Alkire fiharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Old folks at home arr.] by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 25Feb49; on 
study, arrangement & playing instructions; 
EP36034. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study and 
Two hearts will know arr.j by Eddie 
Alkire. Easton, Pa. E. Alkire Publica- 
tions. © Elbern H. Eddie" Alkire; 
22Mar49; on study, arrangement & play- 
ing instructions; EP35762. 



Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [preparatory study, 
examination and Meet me tonight in the 
moonlight arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, 
Pa., E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 25Feb49; on study, 
examination & arrangement; EP36033. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [right hand study in the 
key of F], by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., 
E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 290ct48; EP36120. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [Study for 2nd finger 
and Eharp solo, Santa Lucia, arr.] by 
Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire 
Publications. © Elbern H. "Eddie" 
Alkire; 19Apr49; nn preparatory study, 
arrangement & instructions; EP37408. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, [study for 3rd finger 
and Eharp solo, Waves of the Danube 
arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. 
Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. Eddie" 
Alkire; 19Apr49; on preparatory study, 
arrangement & instructions; EP37405. 

Alkire fiharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; the Alkire tuning for 
Eharp (continued) by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; I9Feb49; 
AA110455. 

Alkire Eharp system- a complete technic 
and chord method; [three-tone patterns 
on 4th, 5th & 6th strings and four -tone 
patterns on the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th 
strings] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, Pa., 
E„ Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 30Nov48; EP34209. 

Alkire Eharp system, a complete technic 
and chord method; [thumb study 1 and 
Silent night arr.] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, 
Pa., E. Alkire Publications. © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 22Mar49; on study, ar- 
rangement & playing instructions: 
EP35761. 

Alkire Eharp system; a complete technic 
and chord method, thumb study 2, 
Examination for fourth section, and Eharp 
solo In the gloaming, arr.] by Eddie 
Alkire. Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publica- 
tions. © Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 
22Mar49; EP37672. 

America, the beautiful, arr. by Eddie 
Alkire. [Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publica- 
tions] © Elbern H. Eddie" Alkire; 
20Dec48; on arrangement; EP34210. For 
2 guitars. 

Careless love; adaptation, arrgt. & addi- 
tional words by Eddie Alkire. [Easton, 
Pa., E^Alkire Publications] © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrangement 
& added words; EP34214. For 2 guitars. 

Casey Jones; new words, chorus and arrgt. 
by Eddie Alkire. TEaston, Pa., E. Alkire 
Publications] © Elbern H. "Eddie" 
Alkire; 2QDec48; on words & arrangement; 
EP34211. 

Cielito Undo; Mexican [song] English words 
and arr. by Eddie Alkire. [Easton, Pa., 
E. Alkire Publications] © Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP34215. For 2 guitars. 

Go bring me back the one I love; adaptation 
& arr. by Eddie Alkire. (With. his Some- 
body's eyes are blue) © Elbern H. 
"Eddie Alkire; 2QDec48; on arrangement; 
EP34213. For 2 guitars. 

I don't want to do any wrong; arr. by Eddie 
Alkire. (With his_Careless love) © Elbern 
H. "Eddie Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP34214. For 2 guitars. 

Love somebody, yes, I do! Adaptation, 
arrgt. & additional words by Eddie Alkire. 
[Easton, Pa., E. Alkire Publications] 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; 20Dec48; 
on arrangement & added words; EP34212. 
For 2 guitars. 



My pretty little pink; arr. by Eddie Alkire. 

( With hjs Ciehto Undo) © Elbern H. 
Eddie Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrangement; 

EP34215. For 2 guitars. 
The ship that never returned; adaptation & 

arrgt. by Eddie Alkire. ( With his America, 

the beautiful) © Elbern H. "Eddie" 

Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrangement; EP34210. 

For 2 guitars. 
Somebody's eyes are blue; adaptation & arr. 

by Eddie Alkire. jEaston, Pa., E. Alkire 

Publications] © Elbern H. "Eddie". 

Alkire; 20Dec48; on arrangement; EP34211 

For 2 guitars. 

ALLEN, E. 
Just follow Him. See Fletcher, Wylma 
Hortense. 

ALLEN, FRANK. 
Without you. See Hall, David. 

ALLEN, HAROLD B. 
The model bride. See Wilson, Don. 

ALLEN, JAMES. 
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing. See 
Rasley, John M. 



ALLEN, MRS . JAMES. 
Only one minute more. 



See Hall, David. 



ALLEN, JERRY. 
Never, never, never; words and music by 
Mort Kulla, George Sherzer [and] Jerry 
Allen. © Melody Lane Publications, inc., 
New York; 6Jan49; EP36404. 

ALLEN. LUSCHAA. 
The twenty third Psalm; S.A.T.B.. arr. by 
Luschaa Allen. © Rev. Luschaa Allen; 
23Mar49; EP35521 

ALLEN, REX, 1920- 
Arizona waltz; words and music by Rex 

Allen. © Adams, Vee & Abbott, inc. 

Chicago; 20May49; EP37968. 
Donkey polka, by Rex Allen and Dave Bohme. 

© Adams, Vee & Abbott, inc., Chicago; 

250ct48; EP32562. For piano, with chord 

symbols. 
Inflation. See Bohme, David. 

ALLEN, ROBERT. 
Picnic in the snow; lyric by Sid Wayne, 
music by Robert Allen. © J. J. Robbins 
& Sons, inc., New York; 7Jan49; EP35730. 

ALLEN, ROBERT E 
Vocalise; high voice [by] Robert E. Allen. 
© Galaxy Music Corp., New York; 
28Apr49; EP36497. 

ALLEN, ROSALIE. 
I had my heart set on you; by Oakley Halde- 
man, Clem Watts [pseud.], Sam Martin 
and Rosalie Allen. © Henry Spitzer Music 
Pub. Co., inc., New York; 21Mar49; 
EP35524. For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols. 

ALLEN, STEVE. 
An old piano plays the blues; by Don George 
and Steve Allen. © Crestview Music 
Corp., New York, 21Apr49, EP36180. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

ALLEN, WARREN DWIGHT, 1885- 
Music in society before 1600; syllabus 
outline with musical examples, by Warren 
Dwight Allen. © Warren Dwight Allen- 
15Feb49; AA115416. 

ALLISON, JACK. 
Sunflower. See David, Mack. 

ALLISON, STANLEY. 
You put me on my feet, when you took 
her off my hands. See Burnette, 
Smiley. 

ALLTON, MINETTE. 
I get sentimental over nothing, imagine how 
I feel about you. See Cole, Nathaniel. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ALMA, MARIA. 
Culpable; danzonete, letra y musica de 
Maria Alma, orquestacion de Fernando 
Z. Maldonado. © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 
30Dec48; EF13019. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 
Perdf el corazon; danzonete, letra y 
musica de Maria Alma. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13031. 

ALMAN, PETE, pseud . See 
Deutsch, Peter. 

ALMEIDA, LAURINDO. 

The color of her hair. A cor do cabelo 
dela. Samba tipico. English lyric by 
Marion Sunshine, music and Portuguese 
words by Laurlndo Almeida. © Antobal 
Music Co., New York; 15Jun49, EP37937. 

Montanha russa. Roller coaster; samba, 
by Laurindo Almeida. © Antobal Music 
Co., New York; lFeb49; EP33998. For 
piano. 

O macaco sonhador. The dreaming monkey; 
samba by Laurindo Almeida. © Antobal 
Music Co., New York; 14Feb49; EP34283. 
For piano. 

ALMQVIST, BERTIL. 
Vart vagen tar vagen. See Soderlundh, 
Br or Axel. 

ALNES, EYVIND. 
The sailor's last voyage. Siste reis. [By] 
Eyvind Alnes, arr. by Frederick Wick, 
English version by Carl G. O. Hansen, 
Norwegian by Henrik Wergeland. © Fred- 
erick Wick; 23Feb49; on English text & 
arrangement; EP34397. Score: TTBB on 
2 staves and piano. 

ALONSO, ALFONSO, 1909- 
Danza mora; [by] Alfonso Alonso. 
Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13184. Piano-con- 



©I. 



ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

ALONSO LOPEZ, FRANCISCO, 1887-1948. 
El abanico para los toros. See his Las de 
armas tomar. 

lAquella melodia ... 1 gee. his. Ladronas 

de amor. 
Los corales. See his Los jardines del 

Pecado. 

(Dona Mariquita de mi corazon) No. 8, 

[from] Dona Mariquita de mi corazon, 
opereta comica letra de J. Munoz Roman, 
musica de F. Alonso. © F. Alonso; 
30Dec42; EF12334. 

La festa del poble. La fiesta del pueblo. 
Pasodoble morlsco escrlto expresamente 
para las fiestas de las Hogueras de San 
Juan por Francisco Alonso. [Bilbao, Union 
musical espanola] © Francisco Alonso; 
30Dec34; EF12332. Condensed score: 
orchestra. 

Forja de- almas, pasodoble de la pelicula 
del mismo tftulo, para piano. [By] F. 
Alonso. © Union Musical Espanola, 
Madrid; 30Dec47, EF 12510. 

(Los jardines del Pecado) Los corales; 
num. 9, pasodoble [from] Los jardines 
del Pecado, opereta^en dos actos, libro 
de Antonio Paso, musica del maestro 
Francisco Alonso. [Bilbao] Union Musi- 
cal Espanola. © Francisco Alonso; 
30Dec33; EF12147. 

(Ladronas de amor) lAquejla melodia 
. . .! No. 10, blues cancion [from] 
Ladronas de amor, zarzuela en dos/.ctos, 
letra de Mufioz Roman y Lozano, musica 
de F. Alonso. © Francisco Alonso; 
30Dec41; EF12145. 

(Ladronas de amor) Moros del Riff; 
no. 10-A [from] Ladronas de amor, zar- 
zuela en dos^ctos, letra de Mufioz Roman 
y Lozano, musica de F. Alonso. © Fran- 
cisco Alonso; 30Dec41; EF12146. Score: 
solo voices, chorus and piano. 



(Ladronas de amor) No. 4 [from] La- 
dronas de amor, zarzuela en dos actos, 
libro de Muiioz Roman y Lozano, musica 
de F. Alonso. © Francisco Alonso; 
30Dec41; EF12144. Score: solo voices, 
chorus and piano. 

(Las de armas tomar) El abanico para los 
toros; no. 6, [from] Las de armas tomar, 
revista, letra de A. Paso (hijo) y F. G. 
Loygorri, musica de Francisco Alonso. 
© F. Alonso; 30Dec35; EF12337. 

(Las de armas tomar) No. 3 [from] Las de 
armas tomar, revista, letra de A. Paso 
(hijo) y F. G. Loygorri, musica de Fran- 
cisco Alonso. © F. Alonso; 30Dec35; 
EF12336. 

(Las de armas tomar) Schotis; no. 8, 
[from] Las de armas tomar, revista, letra 
de A. Paso (hijo) y F. G. Loygorri, musica 
de Francisco Alonso. © F. Alonso; 
30Dec35; EF12335. 

(Las de los ojos en bianco) No. 7 [from] 
Las de los ojos en bianco, pasatiempo 
comico-llricq, letra de Glez. del Castillo 
y Muiioz Roman, musica de Francisco 
Alonso. [Madrid, Union musical espanola] 
© Francisco Alonso; 30Dec34; EF12331, 

(Las de los ojos en bianco) Pasodoble de 
las horchateras [valencianas] No. 8 
[from] Las de los ojos en bianco, pasa- 
tiempo comico-lirico^letra/le G. del 
Castillo y Mufioz Roman, musica del 
maestro F. Alonso. [n. p., Union Musical 
Espanola] © Francisco Alonso Lopez; 
30Dec34; EF12148. Score: solo voices, 
chorus and piano. 

(Llevame a donde tu quieras) Num. 8 
[from] Llevame a donde tu quieras, 
comedia musical, musica de Francisco 
Alonso, libro de Antonio y Manuel Paso. 
© Francisco Alonso; 30Dec44; EF12329. 

El mafio torero; pasodoble flamenco, letra 
de E. G. del Castillo, musica de Francisco 
Alonso. © Union Musical Espanola, 
Madrid; 30Dec30; EF12511. 

Manuelita Rosas; zarzuela en tres actos, 
dividida en cuatrp cuadros. Libro de L. 
Fdz. Ardavin, musica de F. Alonso. 
© Francisco Alonso; 30Dec41; EF11974. 
Piano-vocal score. 

Moros del Riff. See his Ladronas de amor. 

"Mujeres de fuego; fantasia comico- 
lirica, en dos actos. Letra de E. G. del 
Castillo y Munoz Roman, musica de Fran- 
cisco Alonso. [Madrid, Union Musical 
Espanola] © Francisco Alonso; 3QDec35; 
EF11973. Piano-vocal score. 

Los olivaritos. See his Robame esta noche. 

Pasodoble. See his Las tocas. 

Pasodoble de las horchateras [valencianas] 
See his Las de los ojos en bianco. 

(iQue se diga por la radio!) No. 9 [from] 
IQue se diga por la radio! Testamentaria 
comico hrica, letra de E. G, Castillo y 
J. M. Roman, musica de Francisco Alonso, 
© Castillo, Roman y Alonso; 30Dec40; 
EF12328. 

(Robame esta noche) Los olivaritos; 
pasacalle de la opereta, Robame esta 
noche, letra de A. y M. Paso, musica de 
F. Alonso y D. Montono. © A. y M. Paso, 
F. Alonso y D. Montorio; 30Dec47, 
EF12333. 

Schotis. See his Las de armas tomar. 

(Las tocas) [Pasodoble trom] Las tocas; 
pasatiempo comico-lfrico, letra de 
Gonzalez del Castillo y Mufioz Roman, 
musica de F. Alonso. © E. Gonzalez 
del Castillo, J. Munoz Roman & Francisco 
Alonso; 30Dec39; EF12330. 

La zapatenta t zarzuela en tres actos. 
Letra de Jose Luis Maiies, musica de F. 
Alonso. © Francisco Alonso; 30Dec41; 
EF11975. Piano-vocal score. 



ALPHENAAR, GERARD. 
Agnus Dei. See Bizet, Georges. 

ALSTON, JAMES. 
Keyboard kapers. See Melrose, Walter. 

ALSTONE, pseud . See 
Stein, Siegfried Alex. 

ALT, HANSI. 
*My musical diary; piano tunes and rhythms 
of the school day, by Hansi Alt. © Island 
Press Cooperative, inc., New York; 
15Nov47; EP34653. 

ALTER, LOUIS. 
I wish I were a goldfish; words by Eddie 
De Lange [and] Maria Shelton, music by 
Louis Alter. © Chappell & Co., inc., 
New York; 21Dec48; EP33280. 
Twilight on the trail; words and music by 
Sidney D. Mitchell and Louis Alter, [arr. 
by Geo. N. Terry] Simplified piano solo. 
© Famous Music Corp., New York; 
24May49; on arrangement; EP37220. 

ALTHOUSE, MONROE A 1852-1924. 

Third Brigade march; [by] M. A. Althouse, 
rev. by H. J. Wendler. © Le Roy F. 
Werner; HMay49, on arrangement; 
EP37533. Parts: band. 

ALTIMUS, EMERY. 
The evening's ended; words and music by 
Emery Altlmus. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 26Aug48; EP33339. 

ALTMAN, ARTHUR, 
Single saddle; words and music by Hal 
David [and] Arthur Altman. © Jefferson 
Music Co., inc., New York; 28Apr49; 
EP36134. 

ALTON, JOHN, pseud . See 
Link, Harry. 

ALVAREZ, BARTOLO. 
No se que hacer; guaracha, letra y musica 
de Bartolo Alvarez. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 18Mar49; EP36419. 

ALVAREZ, PEDRO. 
Mi cotorrita; guaracha, letra y musica de 
Pedro Alvarez, arreglo de Perez Prado. 
© Peer International Corp., Habana; 
8Jun48; EF13058. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 

ALVAREZ QUINTERO, JOAQUTN. 
Saeta en forma de Salve a la Virgen de 
la Esperanza. See Turina, Joaquin. 

ALVAREZ QUINTERO, SERAFfN. 
Saeta en forma de Salve a la Virgen de 
la Esperanza. See Turina, Joaqufn. 

ALVARO DE TORRES, FERRANTE. See 
Torres, Ferrante Alvaro de. 

ALWYN, WILLIAM. 
Slum song; the words by Louis MacNeice, 
set to music by William Alwyn. © The 
Oxford University Press. London; 13Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EF12651. 

AMADE, LOUIS. 
Dans le soleil. See Siniavine, Alexandre. 

Feu de bois. See Voldemar, Rosemberg. 

Je l'ai appele"e Coccinelle. See Siniavine, 

Alexandre. 
Vaisseau d'Orient. See Siniavine, 

Alexandre. 

AMADORI, LUIS CESAR. 
Sol y niebla. See Gutierrez del Barrio. 
Juan globo. 

THE AMATEUR ORGANIST. 
The amateur organist; [comp. by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz] © Lorenz Publishing Co., Dayton, 
Ohio; no. 8, 3Jan49; EP35334. 

AMATO, GENNARO. 
See Gesa. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



AMBROS, VLAD1MTR, 1891- 
iQuartet, strings, no. 1) I. Smyccovy 
kvaitet [by] Vladimir Ambros. 1936. 
(Sbuka kapesnich partitur, svazek 34) 

Hudebm Mahce Umelecke Besedy, 
Praha; 130ct47; EF10341. 

AMENDOLA, UGO. 
Concerto in do maggiore. See Vivaldi, 
Antonio. Concerto, bassoon. 

AN AMERICAN MOTHER, pseud . See 
Fenty, Jessie Haines. 

[AMFITHEATROF, DANIELE] 1901- 
You gotta stay happy; lyric by Jack Brooks, 
music by Dan Alexander [pseud] Arr. 
by Lou Halmy. © Maydan Music, inc., 
Pacific Palisades, Calif.; lFeb49; 
EP34141. 

AMICIS, EDMONDO DE. 
Car me la. See Casavola, Franco. 

AMOROSO, L. 
Potrero. See Bonano* Miguel. 

AMSDEN, ARTHUR, cl.1926. 
Pep, concert novelty by Arthur Amsden, 
score transcribed by Forrest L. Buchtel, 
interpretive suggestions by H. E. 
© C. L. Barnhouse Co., Oskaloosa, Iowa; 
19Jan49; on arrangement; EP33777. Score 
and parts. 

AMSTELL, BILLY, 1911- 

Goin' down; [by] Billy Amstell and Malcolm 
Mitchell, © Modern Music (London) ltd., 
London; ljan49; EF12485. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

It might as well be-bop. See Sharon, 
Ralph. 

Jumpin'; composed and arr. by Billy Amstell. 

© Modern Music (London), ltd., London; 

15Nov48; EF12356. Piano-conductor 

score (orchestra) and parts. 
Paradise; [by] Billy Amstell. © The Peter 

Maurice Music Co., ltd., New York; 

30Nov48; on arrangement; EF11748. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts. 

■Sweet with a beat'; [by ] Billy Amstell. 
© Modern Music (London) ltd., London 
lApr49, EF12912. Score (clarinet or 
saxophone and piano) and part. 

Sweetest thing; [by] Billy Amstell. © Mod- 
ern Music (London) ltd., London; ljan49; 
EF 12486. Score (clarinet or saxophone 
and piano) and part. 

ANASTASIO, JOSE LUIS. 
Beautiful rose of Tennessee; lyric by 
H. "Blondie" Force, music by Lamberto 
L. Ancheta. San Francisco, L. Ancheta 
Music Publications. © Lamberto L. 
Ancheta; 22Mar49; EP35224. 
Moonlit Texas trail; lyric by Mary Jean 
Shurtz, music by Lamberto L. Ancheta. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
21Apr49; EP36645. 
The waltz of the fair; lyric by Mary K. 
Sarlow, music by Lamberto L. Ancheta. 

Lamberto L. Ancheta, Music Pub., 
San Francisco; HMay49; EP36928. 
When it's Christmas time in the valley. 

See Montgomery, Marvin. 
Yo soy don^Rosendo Alsina; tango campero, 
letra y musica de Francisco Laino y 
Jose Luis^Anastasio. © Editorial Argen- 
tina de Musica Internacional, s. de r. 
ltda., Buenos Aires; 8Jun48; EF13060. 

ANDERBERG, N W 

Fun with fundamentals; a simplified vocal 
and instrumental work book of music 
fundamentals for individual and class in- 
struction; by N. W. Anderberg and R. C. 
Fussell. Tacoma, Selland Music Publish- 
ing Co. © Anderberg & Fussell; 31Dec48 
AA109093. 



ANDERBRING, BENGT. 
A rhythmic story; [musik och arr.:] Bengt 
Anderbring. © Ab Nordiska musikforlaget 
Stockholm; ljan46; EF12769. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

ANDERSEN, ARTHUR OLAF. 
Maytime; by Arthur Oiaf Andersen. 
Tucson, Ariz., Arizona Music Shop. 
© Arthur Olaf Andersen; 29Apr49; 
EP37162. Score: 2 pianos. 
Where'er you walk. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. Semele. 

ANDERSEN, HELEN SOMERVILLE. 
Colloquy; by Helen Somerville Andersen. 
Tucson, Ariz., Arizona Music Shop. 
© Arthur Olaf Andersen; 29Apr49; 
EP37161. Score: 2 pianos. 

ANDERSON, CARL B 
The Twenty-third Psalm; music by Carl 
B. Anderson. © Carl B. Anderson; 
22Apr49; EP36448. For voice and piano. 

ANDERSON, CARL EDWARD, 1889 
Oh Star-Spangled Flag; a patriotic anthem 
words and melody by Carl Edward Ander- 
son, [arr. by W. G.] Chicago, Echoes. 
© Carl Edward Anderson; 5Feb49; 
EP34135. Close score: SATB and piano. 

ANDERSON, DAN. 
Fjorton dlkter. See Turesson, Gunnar. 
Sanger och visor. See Scholander, 
Sven. 



ANDERSON, DENNIS W. 
Lone star trail. See Patton, 



Ben. 



ANDERSON, FOLKE GEARY, 1909- 
Echo of love. Sangen till livet. Liebesecho, 
Music by Folke Geary Anderson. 
© Folke Geary Anderson; 20Apr49; on 
arrangement; EU165489. Parts: orches- 
tra. 

ANDERSON, FRANK. 
Love mel love met love mel or leave me 
alone. See Greene, Viviane. 

ANDERSON, GLORIA A 
A bit of old Mexico; beguine, words by 
Gwen Meza, music by Jose Bethancourt 
and Gloria A. Anderson. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 18Mar49; 
EP36421. 

ANDERSON, JOHN MUIiKAY. 
Circus song folio. See Sullivan, Henry. 

The girl in the moon. See Sullivan, Henry. 

The glorious Fourth. See Sullivan, Henry. 

Happy birthday, now and evermore. See 

Sullivan, Henry. 
San Francisco, 'forty-nine. See Sullivan, 

Henry. 

ANDERSON, JOSEPHINE. 
A reverie. See James, Thomas. 

ANDERSON, LEROY. 

Fiddle-faddle; by Leroy Anderson, arr. by 
Stanford King. Simplified piano solo. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 4Feb49; 
on arrangement; EP35985. 

Fiddle-faddle; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 20Sep48; on ar- 
rangement; EP35986. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

Fiddle-faddle; xylophone, marimba or vibra- 
phone solo, with piano ace, by Leroy 
Anderson. [Mallet notations by Salvy 
Cavicchio] © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
28Jan49; on arrangement; EP35984. 
Score (xylophone and piano) and part. 

Jazz legato; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 9Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EP35979. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 



Jazz legato; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 9Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EP35980. Score (violin and 
piano) and parts for violin and violoncello. 

Jazz legato; piano accordion solo, by Leroy 
Anderson, transcribed by Charles Nunzio. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; HFeb49; 
on arrangement; EP35978. 

Jazz pizzicato; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 8Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EP35982. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Jazz pizzicato; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 9Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EP35983. Score (violin and 
piano) and parts for violin and violoncello. 

Jazz pizzicato; piano accordion solo by 
Leroy Anderson, transcribed by Charles 
Nunzio. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
HFeb49; on arrangement; EP35981. 

Promenade, piano solo by Leroy Anderson. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; HFeb49, 
on arrangement, EP35964. 

Sleigh ride; by Leroy Anderson. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 30Dec48; EP32657. 
Condensed score (orchestra) and parts. 

Sleigh ride, by Leroy Anderson © Mills 
Music, inc., New York, 31Dec48, on ar- 
rangement; EP35208. Condensed score 
(band) and parts. 

ANDERSON, PHILIP LEON, 1922- 
(Suite, strings, no. 1) Suite no. 1 in G 
major, for string quartet, by Philip L. 
Anderson. © Philip Leon Anderson; 
28Feb49; EU158713. Score. 
"Theme and variations in D minor, for 
violoncello or string bass with piano 
ace, by Philip Leon Anderson. © 
Philip Leon Anderson; 17Jan49; EU154104. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT NELSON, 1899- 
Thus, my dear, farewell; words & tune 
by Robert Nelson Anderson, music ar- 
rangement by Robert M, Weston. 
© Robert Nelson Anderson & Robert M. 
Weston; 17May49; EP37015. 

ANDERSON, SADIE W. 
Why don't my dreams come true. See 
Hall, David. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM ROBERT. 
Discovering music. See McKinney, Howard 

Decker. 
Music in history, the evolution of an art. 

See McKinney, Howard Decker. 

ANDERSSON, DAN. 
Det ar nagot bortom bergen. See Nordqvist, 
Gustaf. 

ANDERSSON, HOLGER. 

Vastgota-hambo, musik: Holger Andersson, 
arrangemang: Helge Damberg. © Holger 
Andersson; ljan47; EF11808. Parts: 
orchestra. 

ANDRADE, MARIO DE. 
C6co de major. See Guarnieri, Camargo. 

ANDREJKA, STEVE J. 
My sweet Louisiana Lou. See Hall, David. 
There's a broken heart somewhere tonight. 
See Hall, David. 

ANDRES, ELINODELEON. 
It s only a matter of time; [by] Elino 
DeLeon Andres, [words by] Bill Cody. 
© Song Writers Cooperative, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 21May49; EP37134. 

ANDREWS, STANLEY. 
Forever samba. See Arose, Lopez. 

ANDREWS SISTERS. 
The blue tail fly, arr. by the Andrews 
Sisters and Burl Ives. London, Leeds 
Music. © Blossom Music Corp.; 21Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP34432. 

I'm going down the road [or] Ain't a'gonna 
be treated this way, arr. by the Andrews 
Sisters and Burl Ives. London, Leeds 
Music. © Blossom Music Corp.; 21Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP34431. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ANDRIS, ROBERT A 
Voo doo drums; words and music by Robert 
A Andris. © Nor dyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 30Dec48; EP33449. 

a Krnv fl^fl 
A tout va valse pour accordeon et piano, de 
Gus Vis'eur & Geo. Andy. Paris, Editions 
R. Breton. © France-Music Co.; 4Feb49, 
EF12291. 

ANEPETA, GIUSEPPE. 
See Fiedigrotta [Vesuvio] 



ANGELIN, F. 
Musica proibita. 



See Gastaldon. S. 



ANGLES, HIGINI. 
Opera selecta. See. Cabanilles, Juan. 
Opera selecta pro organo. See Cabanilles, 
Juan. 

ANGLIN, JACK. 
My darling's home at last. See Wright, 
Johnnie. 

ANGLIN, JIM. 
My darling's home at last. See Wright, 
Johnnie. 

ANKERBERG, ELAINE, 1921- 
Victory's palms; Swedish melody, [words] 
tr. [by] Norman R. Backe, arrangement 
by Elaine Ankerberg. © Norman R. Backe, 
d.b.a. Chicago Midnight Brigade, Chicago; 
lApr48; on arrangement & translation; 
EP33697. Close score: SATB. 

ANKER-HOLTH, GEORGINA, 1898- 
Mother Goose lucky tunes; words [adapted] 
and music [arr.] by Gina Anker -Holth 
[and Lief Anker -Holth] © Georgina 
Anker-Holth, 28jul48 on changed words 
& arrangement; EP33655. 

ANKER-HOLTH, LIEF. 
Mother Goose lucky tunes. See Anker- 
Holth, Georgina. 

ANSON, BILL. 
I wanna marry Mary; words and music by 
Irvin Wagner and Bill Anson. © Dan 
Cameron Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
5Feb49, EP34136. 
If I only had one day to live I would spend 
it loving you; by Ted Mossman and Bill 
Anson. © Santly-Joy, inc., New York; 
23Jun49; EP37928. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

ANSTINE, CARL TALMADGE, 1893- 
All glory, laud & honor; chorale for 
four part mixed voices adapted from 
St. Theodulph hymn, for Palm Sunday 
and general use [by] Carl Talmadge 
Anstine. © Shattinger, inc., St. Louis; 
28Mar49; on adaptation; EP35228. 
Blessed Lord; for mixed voices, text from 
the Book of Common Prayer, music by 
Carl T. Anstine. St. Louis, Distributors: 
Hunleth Music Co. (Choral publications, 
1033) © Carl Albert Schohn; 25Apr49; 
EP36108. 

ANTHES, OTTO. 
Schwanhild. See Graener, Paul. 

ANTHONY, EARLE C. 
Let me hold you, dear. See Newell, 
Robert. 

ANTHONY. ELIZABETH. 
Wayfarer s song. See Lambelet, Vivien. 
The glass mountain. 

ANTHONY, JOHN M. 
Caro Lena. See Royal, Larry. 
Oohl Oohl Ah! Ah! See Royal, Larry. 

ANTHONY, LARRY, pseud . See 
Greissle, Felix. 

ANTHONY, MARIA AMPARO. 
Luz Maria. See Clark, Johnny. 



ANTHONY, VIC. 
I'll come back to you; words and music by 
Vic Anthony. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; EP33336. 

ANTON, JULIO AURELIO GARZON Y. See 
Garzon y Anton, Julio Aurelio. 

ANTONE, ANTHONY, 1904- 
Anthony Antone's Encyclopedia of guitar 
chords, containing diagrams describing 
all practical chords for the Spanish 
guitar. © Clef Music Corp., New York; 
no.4-5, 270ct48; AA101958-101959. 

ANTONIOLLl, C. 
Ouante carezze. See Fucilli, Pasquale. 

ANZAGHI, LUIGI ORESTE, 1903- 
"Solfeggi parlati e cantati, [by] L. O. 
Anzaghi. © Carisch, s.a, Milano; 
3. corso, 28Dec48; EF12435. 

ANZI, GIOVANNI D*. 
Blue twilight. See his Lontano. 

(C 'era una volta il mondo) Dammi una rosa 
rossa, [from] C'era una volta il mondo. 
Slow, parole di M. Galdieri, musica di 
G. D Anzi. © D'Anzi editore, Milano, 
16Feb48; EF12902. 

(Chi'cchirichi) Ti bacero stasera, [from] 
Chicchirlchl, slow di Bracchi e D'Anzi. 
© D'Anzi editore, Milano; 20Jan48; 
EF12900. For voice and piano. 

Dammi una rosa rossa. §ee his_C'era una 
volta il mondo. 

(Domani e sempre domenica) Son belle; 
[from] Domani e sempre domenica. Rumba 
beguine di Giov. D'Anzi, versi di Garinei 
e Giovannini. © D'Anzi editore, s.r.l., 
Milano, 30Dec47 (in notice: 1948), EF12899. 

(Lontano) Blue twilight English lyric by 
Martyn Mayne [pseud. J, music by Giovanni 
d'Anzi. London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 
© Edizioni Curci, s .a., Milano; 10ct46 
(in notice: 1940), on English lyric; 
EF12607. 

Manola non sei spagnola! Valzer spagnolo 
di Gelmini, Nisa [pseud, and] D'Anzi. 
© D'Anzi editore, Milano; 3Jun48; EF 
For voice and piano. 

Son belle. See his Domani e sempre 
domenica. 

Ti bacero stasera. See his Chicchirichi. 

Tu non mi lascerai. See his Voglio vivere 
co si. 

Voglio vivere cosi; ritmo moderato 
dal film Voglio vivere cosi. Parole 
di T. Manlio, musica di G. D'Anzi. 
(With his (Voglio vivere cosi) Tu non mi 
lascerai) © Edizioni Curci, s.a., Milano, 
28Dec42; EF12424. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

(Vogho vivere cosi) Tu non mi lascerai- 
ritmo lento, dal film Voglio vivere cosi. 
Parole di M. Galdieri, musica di G. D An- 
zi. © Edizioni Curci, s.a., Milano; 
28Dec42; EF12423. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

AOWN, EMMA. 
Heaven is beyond my reach. See Hall, 
David. 

APEL, WILLI. 
Historical anthology of music. See Davison, 
Archibald Thompson. 

APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME. 
Calligrammes. See Poulenc, Francis. 

APOSTEL, HANS ERICH 1901- 
"Fiinf Gesange; [music by 1 H. E. Apostel 
[poems by] Fr. Holderlin. Op. 9. Fur 
tiefe Stimme und Orchester. Klavier- 
auszug. © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
4Nov41- EF12251. For voice and piano; 
originally for voice and orchestra. 

APPLE, JERRY. 
Flirtin'. See Phillips, Teddy. 



3Jun48; EF12901. 



APPLE, RUBY. 

Come, Lord, my heart to sanctify, [by] 
Ruby Apple, arr. by Haldor Lillenas, 
[words by] J. R. Spittal. (In Lillenas, 
Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 109) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; 22Dec48; EP37503. 

APPLEBAUM, SAMUEL. 
The flight of the bumblebee. See Rimskii- 
Korsakov, Nikolai Andreevich. 

APPLEFIELD, EVA. 
Honolulu honey. See Dyson, Hal. 

ARAGON, LORENE. 
She. SeeHaU, David. 

ARAUJO, CARLOS, pseud . See 
Inglez, Roberto. 

ARAUJO, JULIAN. 
Cana. See M6naco, Enrique A. N. 

ARBITOURER, ARMAND. 
Noche de verbena. See Maurin, Rene". 

ARBUCKLE, BOB. 
Remember; words and music by Bob 
Arbuckle. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 24Jan49, EP35833. 

ARC, pseud . See 
Cook, Alexander Wellington. 

ARCADELT, JACOB, ca. 1515- ca. 1562. 
Ave Maria; [by] J. Arcadelt, freely tran- 
scribed by CTharles] R[enard, pseud.] 
(Famous Latin solos, no. 1532M) 
© McLaughlin & Reilly Co., Boston; 
30Mar49; on arrangement; EP36914. For 
voice and organ. 
Ave Maria, for S.T.B. voices [by] Jacques 
Arcadelt, arr. by H. L. Harts. ([Pub. 
order] no. 1621) © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co., Boston; 5Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP33228. 
"Two madrigals by Michelangelo; [music 
by] Arcadelt, SATB a cappella, [English 
translation by Harold Heiberg, piano 
score arr. by Herbert Zipper] (The 
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music 
choral series, no. 12) © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp., New York, 28Dec48; 
on English translation & arrangement of 
piano score, EP32523. 

ARCARAZ LUliS. 
Bonita; blues,, letra de Jose Antonio 

Zorrilla, musica de Luis Arcaraz, 

orquestacion de J. Refugio Valtierra. 

© Promotora Hispano Americana de 

Musica, s.a., Mexico; 22Dec48, EF12421. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts; with words. 
ARCARO, HELEN V. 
I'll always love you. See Carleton, 

Robert Louis. 
ARCHER, VIOLET. 
""(Sonatina, piano, no. 2) Sonatina no. 2 [by] 

Violet Archer. © Boosey & Hawkes 

(Canada) ltd., Toronto; 30Dec48; EF11990. 
ARDEN, DEL. 
Cockles and mussels; old Irish folk tune, 

arr. by Del Arden and Stewart Wille. 

© R. D. Row Music Co., Boston; 23Mar49; 

on ace; EP35073. 
Roses in your hair; the words by Kate 

Warriner, the music by Del Arden and 

Stewart Wille. © R. D. Row Music Co., 

Boston; 23Mar49; EP35074. 
ARDIN, GONZALO. 
Ml Puerto Rico; letra y musica de Gonzalo 

' Tato" Ardin, Jr. © Peer International 

Corp., New York; 10Nov48; EP34733. 

ARDIN, TATO. 

Arrepentfb; letra de Antonio F. Martinez, 
musica de Tato Ardin. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp., New York; 31Dec48- 
EP34670. 

Panchito; letra y musica de Tato Ardin, Jr. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
10Nov48; EP34694. 



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AREFELDT, SVEN. # 
Pa den vackraste garden i varlden, text: 
Sven Lantz, musik: Sven Arefeldt. © A-b. 
Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
ljan48; EF11809. For voice and guitar, 
lute or piano. 

ARENSBERG, MAX BERNARD, 1879- 
From Beethoven's boyhood; a musical 
biography in the form of a sinfonletta, 
by Maxim B. Arensberg. © Max Bernard 
Arensberg; 13Apr49; EU164009. Score: 
orchestra. 

ARGAN0ONA, VICENTE, 1909- 
Una noche, Spanish waltz, musica de 
Vicente Argandona. © Max Pfeffer, 
New York, 2Aug48; EF11925. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

ARGENTI, GIOVANNI, 1906- 
Ventidue composizioni; per organo od 
armonio, di Argenti G. e Garbelotto A. 
([Pub. order no.] 3621) © Zanibon, 
Comm., Guglielmo, Padova, Italia; 
20Jan48; EF12890. 

ARLEN, HAROLD, 1905- 
I love a parade; piano duet [by] Harold 
Arlen, arr. by Henry Levine. © Harms, 
inc., New York, 3Jan49, on arrangement; 
EP33620. 

ARMA, PAUL, 1905- 

*A la decouverte du passe; 14 petits 
morceaux faciles pour le piano [by] Paul 
Arma. © Henry Lemoine & cie, Paris; 
15Dec47; EF11675. 
En mer; onze petites pieces pour le 
piano, [by] Paul Arma. © Henry Lemoine 
& cie, Paris; 20Feb47; EF11682. 

ARMANDINO, pseud . See 
Arbitourer, Armand. 

ARMANDO VISTA, FIDEL. See 
Vista, Fidel Armando. 

ARMENGOL, MARIO RUfZ. S_ee 
Ruiz Armengol, Mario. 

ARMES ; SYBIL LEONARD, 1914- 
I take hands off my life; [by] Sybil Leonard 
Armes © Sybil Leonard Armes; 5Apr49; 
EP37673 Hymn, with music. 

ARMSTRONG, FLORENCE. 
You are my treasure, my heart is with you. 
See Hall, David. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHNETTA M. 
Till you come back to me. See Hall, David. 

[ARNAUD, JEAN MICHEL] 1928- 
S'U revenait, slow, paroles & musique de 
Michel Neulllac [pseud.] © Editions 
Salabert, Paris; 7Feb49, EF12712. 

ARNAUD, LEO. 
Winter wonderland. See Bernard, Felix. 

ARNAUD, PIERRE, 1921- 
Bonjour, mon voisin; paroles de Maurice 

Cazeneuve, musique de Pierre Arnaud. * 

© Editions Auber, Paris; 14Dec48; 

EF12102. 
En nous promenant; paroles et musique de 

Pierre Arnaud. © Editions Auber, Paris; 

14Dec48; EF12103. 
L'escalier; paroles et musique de Pierre 

Arnaud. © Editions Auber, Paris; 

14Dec48; EF12104. 
Ma cousine de Lucon; paroles' de Maurice 

Cazeneuve, musique de Pierre Arnaud. 

© Editions Auber, Paris; 14Dec48; 

EF12122. 
Paris c'est aussi la campagne; paroles et 

musique de Pierre Arnaud. © Editions 

Auber, Paris; 14Dec48; EP12124. 

Quelle drole d'idee; paroles et musique de 
Pierre Arnaud. © Editions Auber, Paris; 
14Dec48; EF12118. 



ARNAUD, WILLIAM EDWARD, 1879- 
Daydream; piano solo, by William Arnaud. 
Atlanta, American Music Publishers. 
© William Edward Arnaud; 4Jun49; 
EP37383. 

ARNDT, FELIX, 1889-1918. 
Nola; by Felix Arndt. Modern version by 
Jan August. © Sam Fox Publishing Co., 
New York; 25May49; on arrangement; 
EP37103. For piano. 

ARNE, MICHAEL. 
The lass with the delicate air; [by] Michael 
Arne, arr. for pipe quartet by Eva Pain. 
London, J. Curwen; New York, G. Schir- 
mer. sole agents for U. S. A. (Edition 
[no.] 90601) © Eva Pain; 20May49; on ar- 
rangement, EF13536. Score. 

ARNE, THOMAS AUGUSTINE, 1710-1778. 

*(Songs. Selections) Songs to the plays 
of Shakespeare^ [by] Thomas Arne. Ed. 
by Philip Miller. © Music Press, inc., 
New York; v. 2, 15Jul48; on preface, 
editing & arrangement; EP32558. 

ARNESSON, TRYGGVE. 
Bambi bombi, foxtrot, text och musik [by] 
Tryggve Arnesson. (In Sverige dansar och 
ler. A'rgang 12, p. 8-9) © Edition Sylvain, 
a. b., Stockholm, ljan47, EF11885. 

[ARNOLD, BUDDY] 
Little Nick; [words and music by Buddy 
Arnold and Charles Baschl © Nedick's, 
inc., New York; 7Mar49; EP35156. 
Melody and words 

ARNOLD, EDDY. 
A heart full of love, for a handful of kisses. 

See Soehnel, Ray. 
I wish I had a girl like you, mother. See 
Nelson, Ed. 

Just a little lovin' will go a long way; words 
and music by Zeke Clements and Eddy 
Arnold. © Hill & Range Songs, inc. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jan49; on arrangement 
for Hawaiian, electric & plectrum guitar; 
EP34132. 

My mother's sweet voice. See Parker, 
Dale. 

One kiss too many. See Nelson, Ed, Jr. 

Then I turned and walked slowly away; 
words and music by Red Fortner and 
Eddy Arnold [arr. by the Oahu staff] 
for Hawaiian, electric and plectrum 
guitar, note and diagram. (Oahu Pub. 
Co., no. 970) © Adams, Vee &. Abbott, 
inc., Chicago; 10Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP36302. 

ARNOLD, GENE. 
My prayer for today; two part, S.A. or T.B. 
[by] Egbert Van Alstyne and Gene Arnold, 
arr. by Claire Stafford [pseud.] (Choral 
library, 10-W3363) g M. Witmark & Sons, 
New York; 6May49; on arrangement; 
EP36714. 

ARNOLD, HARRY. 
Do ya or don't-cha, will-ya or won t-cha, 
words by Al McConnell, music by Harry 
Arnold. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP32942. 

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

ARNOLD, ROBERT E. 
Supreme joy. See Stamps, Frank H. 

ARNOLD, ROBERT STERLING, 1905- 
comp. 
Melodies of love; for class and convention, 

tcomp.] by Robert S. Arnold. [Words by 
Lobert Sterling Arnold] Preston J. 
Clifford, Mrs. Robert S. Arnold [and 
others, music by Robert Sterling Arnold, 
Preston Jack Clifford] Patt Egger [and 
others. 2d ed.J © National Music Co., 
Fort Worth, Tex.; 15Dec48; EP34836. 
Shape-note notation. 



ARNOLD, MRS . ROBERT STERLING. 
Melodies of love. See Arnold, Robert 
Sterling. 

ARNRYD, THORE. 
Don Quijote. See Groth, Einar. 

ARONIN, BEN. 
Hatikvah. See Imber, Naphtali Herz. 

ARONSON, J See 

Aronson, Samuel S. 

ARONSON, SAMUEL S 
Merry bells, gavotte, by J. Aronson. [Arr. 
by Chester Nordman. Rev. ed.] © Shat- 
tinger, inc., St. Louis; 31Dec48; on new 
introduction & arrangement; EP32637. For 
piano solo. 

AROSE, LOPEZ. 
Forever samba, by Lopez Arose, arr. by 
Stanley Andrews. (Special orchestration, 
B. W. 0054) © Bradbury Wood, ltd., 
London, 12Nov48, on arrangement, 
EF11731. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

Forever samba, composed and arr. for 
piano solo by Lopez Arose. © Bradbury 
Wood, ltd., London; 12Nov48; EF11726. 

ARRIEU, CLAUDE, pseud . See 
Simon, Louise Marie. 

ART PUBLICATION SOCIETY. PROGRESSIVE 
SERIES OF PIANO LESSONS. 
Progressive series compositions. St. Louis, 
cl949. Contents separately registered. 

Progressive series studies. St. Louis, 
cl949. Contents separately registered. 

ARTEAGA, CRISTINA DE. 
Atardecer. See Perez Freire, Mercedes. 

Coraz6n de mujer. See Turina, Joaquin. 

Cuna de los niflos. See Lara De Perez 
Freire, Adela De. 

Decires. See Perez Freire, Mercedes. 

Dos canciones. See Turina, Joaqufh. 

Invernal. See Perez Freire, Mercedes. 

Tuve que decirte "si." See Pe"rez Freire, 

Mercedes. 
Le quiero. See Perez Freire, Mercedes. 

ARTHUR, HARRY, 1919- 

I could dream forever; words and music 
by Harry Arthur. © Charles Wynn Pub- 
lications, New York; lApr49; EP36980. 

ARTOK, L. 
Salut d'amour. See Elgar, Sir Edward 
William. 

ARTRIP, LOULSE, 1903- 

Desert trails; Endless desert trails; words 
and music by Louise Artrip. Booneville, 
Ark., Artrip Publications. © Louise 
Artrip; lApr49; EP36566. 

I'll give you my heart; love ballad-waltz, 
words and music by Louise Artrip. 
Booneville, Ark., Artrip Publications. 
© Louise Artrip; 25May49; EP37253. 

Lazy mules, words and music by Louise 
Artrip. © Jack Howard Publications, 
inc , Philadelphia; 26Apr49; EP36244. 

Mellow desert moon, words and music by 
Louise Artrip. Jack Howard Publica- 
tions, inc , Philadelphia; 26Apr49, 
EP36243. 

Singing a melody of love; a desert love 
song, words and music by Louise Artrip. 
Booneville, Ark., Artrip Publications. 
© Louise Artrip; 21May49; EP37254. 

ARVELO, JOSE. 
China doll rumba. See Fields, Irving. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ASAF'EV, BORIS VLADIMIROVICH, 1887- 

1949. 

(The fountain of Bakhchissarai) Epilogue; 
from The fountain of Bakhchissarai ballet 
[by] Boris Assafiev, adaptation by 
Frederick Piket. © Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
19Nov46; on adaptation; EP34505. Score: 
string orchestra. 

ASALDO, JEAN, pseud. See 
Damestoy, Jean. 

ASHER, BERTHA E. 
I want someone. See Springer, ..udolph. 

ASHER, MARIE. 
If the world stood still. See Hall, David. 

ASHFIELD, ROBERT, 1911- 
The fair chivalry; anthem for S.A.T.B. with 
organ ace, words by Lionel Johnson, 
music by Robert Ashfield. London, J. 
Curwen, New York, G. Schirmer sole 
acents for U. S. A. (Edition [no.] 80781) 
f Robert Ashfield; 7Mar49; EF12749. 

ASTOR, BOB, pseud . See. 
Stern, Walter. 

ATCHER, BOB. 
Smiling with a broken heart; words and 
music by Bob Atcher. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp., New York; 23May49; 
EP37607. 

ATKINS, CHET. , 

I may be color blind but I know when I m 
blue; words and music by Chet Atkins. 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 15Jun49; EP37872. 

ATKINS, IVOR. 
How beautiful are the feet. See Handel, 
Georg Friedrich. Messiah. 

ATKINS, JIMMY. 
Why did I go to my wedding? Words and 
music by Pat Ballard and Jimmy Atkins. 
© Pat Ballard Music Corp., New York t 
18Feb49, EP34138. 

ATKINSON, ALBERT BURNETT. 
O Thou Rock. See Leach, Dorothy Marie. 

ATTERBERG, KURT MAGNUS, 1887- 
(Symphony, no. 3) Sinfonia HI. Vastkust- 
bilder. Pictures from the West Coast. 
[By] Kurt Atterberg. © Kurt Atterberg; 
10ct48; on revision; EF11810. Score. 

ATTERBERRY, MAE RICHARDSON. 
Are you sorry? See Hall. David. 

ATWOOD, HARRY GARDNER. 
Carmencita doesn't know how to rhumba. 

See Herscher, Louis. 
Music box waltz. See Herscher, Louis. 

AUBE, LUCIEN MARIE, 1889- 
"Requiem, de Lucien-Mane Aube. 
© Enoch & cie, Paris; 27Nov48, 
EF11660. 
Tu sais si bien les dire, paroles de 
J. Dumont, musique de Lucien-Mane 
Aube. © Societe anonyme franeaise 
Chappell, Paris; 16Nov48, EF11687. 

AUDEN, W. H. 
The rake's progress. See Stravinskii, 
Igor' Fedorovich. 

AUFDEMBERGE, PAUL. 
The Lord my Shepherd is. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

AUGUST, JAN. 
Nola. See Arndt, Felix. 

AUKER, FRANK. 
Don't make believe you love me. See 
Hall, David. 



AULD, WILDA JACKSON. 
Quiet pool; bv Wilda Jackson Auld. 
© Clayton F, Summy Co., Chicago; 
28Feb49; EP34601. For piano. 
Serenade, by Wilda Jackson Auld. © Clay- 
ton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 3Mar49; 
EP34634. 

AULENBACH, ROBERT ANDREW, 1924- 
(Sonata, clarinet & bassoon) Sonata; by 
Robert A. Aulenbach. © Robert Andrew 
Aulenbach; HApr49; EU16S640. Score. 

AUMANN, EARL. 
Lullaby lady; words and music by Max 
Wartell and Earl Aumann. © Mercury 
Music, Detroit; 20Apr49; EP35663. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Parts for alto & trumpet on last page. 

AUSTIN, BETH J. 
What we've both missed. See Hall, David. 

AUSTIN, FREDERIC, 1872- 
Orpheus; song, the words by Shakespeare 
set to music by Frederic Austin. [Lon- 
don] Boosey & Hawkes. © Boosey & Co., 
ltd.; 17May49; EF13336. 

AUSTIN, GENE. 
(Bad boy) Dream on, little plowboy; words 
and music by Gene Austin, featured in 
the production Bad boy. © Leo Feist, 
inc., New York; 10Feb49; EP35505. 

AUSTIN, MARY B. 
A blossom falls. See Ravel, Maurice. 

Rhapsody of glory. See Brahms, Johannes. 

Song of fulfillment. See Schumann, 
Robert Alexander. 

AVERILL, ROBERT HENRY RALPH. 
The woodland maiden. See Stead, Edward. 

AVERY, STANLEY R 
Eastertide; a sacred cantata for women s 
voices with piano or organ ace, by 
Stanley R. Avery. © The Willis Music Co, 
Cincinnati; 7Mar49; EP34888. 

AVIGNONE, RENATO. 
You're wrong. See Hall, David. 



AVILAR, RAMON, pseud . See 
Vanner, Emilio. 

AVSHALOMOFF, JACOB, 1919- 
'(Bagatelles clarinet & piano) Two baga- , 
telles; [by] Avshalomoff. New York, 
"Mercury Music Corp., sole selling agents. 
© Leonard Feist, d.b.a. Merrymount 
Music Press; 2Mar49; EP34624. Score 
and part. 

AXELSON, MARIA IDA. 
The law of God. See Eale, E. E. 
Our dear Lord's Sabbath Day. See 
Gebhardt, Ernst. 

AXFORD, CLAYTON GEORGE, 1901- 
I'm waiting for old Santa, a child's 
Christmas song, by Clayton G. Ajftord. 
Oakville, Ont., F. Harris Music Co. 
© Clayton George Axford; 15Aug48; 
EF11927. 

AYERS, HARRY A 
Please sing that tune again; words and 
music by Harry A. Ayers. Olympia, 
Wash., Ayers Publications. © Harry A. 
Ayers; 8Dec48; EP33846. 
Walking down the railroad track; words 
and music by Harry A. Ayers. Olympia, 
Wash., Ayers Publications. © Harry A. 
Ayers; 8Dec48; EP33847. 

AYUES, LOUISE. 
Del ltio Dell. See Scottoline, Al. 



AZAGRA, JOSE RUIZDE. See 
Ruiz de Azagra, Jose. 

AZNAOURIAN, CHARLES. 
II pleut. See Roche, Pierre Lucien Andre 
Joseph. 

AZNAVOUR, CHARLES, pseud . See 
Aznaourian, Charles. 



B 

B., L. C. 
My melody. See Wirt, Gladys. 
Retouched romance. See Wirt, Gladys. 
Texas breeze. See Wirt, Gladys. 

BAAR, HERMAN. 

When am I gonna see you again? See 
Prager, Sammy. 

BABCOCK, EUGENE. 
A Baha'i child's song book [verses by 
Roberta K. Christian, music by Eugene 
Babcock, illustrations by E. Butler 
McHenry] Wilmette, III., Baha'i Pub. 
Committee, © National Spiritual 
Assembly of the Baha'is of the United 
States; 10ct48; EP34494. 

BABCOCK, MALTBIE D. 
Rest in the Lord, my soul. See 
Riley, Lowell. 

BABIN, VICTOR, 1908- 
Floods of spring. See Rachmaninoff, Sergei. 
Hebrew slumber song, [by ] Victor Babin. 
© Augener, ltd., London; 22Nov48, 
EF11703. Score (violoncello and piano) 
and part. 
Hebrew slumber song; [from] Three fan- 
tasies on old themes, [by] Victor Babin. 
© Augener, ltd., London 23Nov48, 
EF11701. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 
It's lovely here. See Rachmaninoff, Sergei. 
Lesginka. See Khachaturian, Aram n'ich. 

Gayane. 
The piper of Polmood; [from] Three fan- 
tasies on old themes, [by] Victor Babin. 
© Augener, ltd., London; 29Nov48; 
EF11700. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 
Russian village; [from] Three fantasies on 
old themes [by] Victor Babin. © Augener, 
ltd., London, 29Nov48, EF11702. 2 scores 
for 2 pianos. 
Vocalise. See Rachmaninoff, Sergei. 

BABS, ALICE, pseud. See 
Sjo^lom, Alice Babs. 

BACAL, CHARLES, pseud. See 
Donida-Labati, Carlo. 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN, 1685-1750 
(Also hat Gott die Welt"geliebt) My 
heart ever faithful; from the Pentacost 
cantata. Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt 
For quartet of recorders. [By] Johann' 
Sebastian Bach, arr. by Mary Todd. 

&a r ,\ s £ ourt re P ert ° r y for recorder, no. 
<J061) © E. C. Schirmer Music Co. 
Boston; 7Nov48; on arrangement 
EP32506. Score. 

Arie scelte, per canto e pianoforte, dalle 
cantate. versione ritmica itahana di 
Adelia Zanon. Scelta. revisione ed ela- 
borazione del basso continuo di Mafleo 
Zanon. ([Pub order no.] ER 2281) 

G Ricordi & Co , Milano, v. 1, 9Dec48; 
EF12092 

Arie scelte; per canto e pianoforte, dalle 
cantate, versione ritmica italiana di 
Adelia Zanon. Scelta, revisione ed 
elaborazione del basso continuo di Maffeo 
Zanon. ([Pub. order no.] ER2282-ER2284) 
© G. Ricordi & Co., Milano; v. 2-4, 
17May49; EF13494, 13493, 13495. German 
and Italian words. 



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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN, 1685-1750. Cont'd. 
Ave Maria. See Gounod, Charles Franqois. 

Bourr§e in D. See his Suite, orchestra, 
no. 3. 

Brandenburg concerto no. 3; for orchestra, 
by J S Bach, arr. for piano by Ignaz 
Friedman. © Allan & Co., pty ltd.. Mel- 
bourne. Australia; 31Jul48; on arrangement", 
EF12732. 

Chorale prelude O Mensch, bewein' 
dein' Siinde gross By Johann Sebastian 
Bach, arr. by James Friskin, for piano. 
( [Pub. order] no. 8456) © J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York; 2Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP34968. 
"(Chorales) Twelve Bach chorals [arr. J 
for recorder ensemble by Claude 
Simpson. © E. C Schirmer Music Co., 
Boston; 29Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP32505. 

"(Christ lag in Todesbanden) Sinfonia, 
chorale and variation; from the Easter 
cantata, no. 4, Christ lay in death's dark 
prison, by Johann Sebastian Bach. Arr. 
for organ solo by E. Power Biggs. © The 
H. W. Gray Co., inc., New York; 20Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP34087. 

Come sweet death. See his Komm susser 
Tod. 

"Concerto grosso; Vivaldi-Bach, for piano 
arr. by Ray Lev. ([Pub. order no.] 
3539) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
27Apr49; on arrangement; EP36677. 

(Concerto, 2 violins) Largo ma non tanto; 
from the Concerto for two violins, by J. S. 
Bach. Arr. for organ, by Dom Gregory 
Murray. (Modern transcriptions for the 
organ, no. 25) © Novello & Co., ltd., 
London; 16Dec48 on arrangement; 
EF11877. 

Eight little preludes and fugues; [by] 
Johann Sebastian Bach, for the organ, ed. 
by Caspar Koch. Hammond organ regis- 
tration by Porter Heaps. © Volkwein 
Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 24Jun49; 
EP37935. 

Fugue no. IV. See his Das wohl-temperir- 
te Clavier. 

Gavotte; from the sixth sonata for violin, 
by J. S. Bach, arr. for piano by Ignaz 
Friedman, O Allan &Co., pty. ltd.. 
Melbourne, Australia; 31Jul48; on arrange- 
ment; EF12733. 

Gigue in D. See his Suite, orchestra, no. 3. 

"(Harpsichord works) Le petit Bach; 
revision [by] H. Vaillant. © Georges 
Delrieu & cie, Nice, France; 2., 3., livre, 
lDec48; EF12554-12555. 

(Herz und Mund und That und Leben) Jesu, 
joy of man's desiring; [chorale from 
Church cantata no. 147] by J. S. Bach, 
arr. for strings by Reginald Jacques. 
(Orchestral series^ no. 0-148) © The 
Oxford Univ. Press, London; 24May49; 
on arrangement; EF 12956, 
I call upon Thee, Lord. [Ich ruf zu Dir, 
Herr Jesu Christ ],By J. S. Bach, arr. [by] 
Joan Lovell, ed. by Ethel Bartlett & Rae 
Robertson. © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London; 17Feb49 (in notice' 1948); on 
arrangement, EF12954. 2 scores for 2 
pianos. 
"(Inventions, 3 part, harpsichord) Three- 
part invention, no. 7, [11 and 13) for 
recorders, [by] Johann Sebastian Bach, 
arr for recorders by Mary Todd. 
(Earls court repertory for recorder, 
no 2062) E. C. Schirmer Music Co 
Boston; 7Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP32507. Score and parts 



Jesu, joy of man's desiring, [for] S.A. or 
T.B., by J. S. Bach, arr. by Wayne 
Howorth. (Octavo no. 937) © Belwln, 



Inc., New York; 3Jan49; on arrangement, 
EP32577. 
Jesu, joy of man's desiring. See also his 
Herz und Mund und That und Leben. 



Komm susser TodI Come soothing death; 
[by] J. S. Bach, arr. by F. Melius and 
Paul Christiansen, [words] tr. [by] Oscar 
R. Overby. (Choral library no. 1078) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, "Minneapolis; 
20Dec48; on arrangement; EP35552. 
Score: SATB and piano reduction. English 
words. 
"(Komm susser Tod) Come sweet death, 
by J. S. Bach, arr. by John Klein. 
Hammond and pipe organ registration. 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 
New York, 29Dec48; on arrangement, 
EP32520. 

A little prelude in E minor, by J. S. Bach, 
freely arr. for piano solo by Harold 
Darke. © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London, 3Feb49, on arrangement; EF12947. 

Look up, faint heart, exult with joyt See 
Schop, Johann. 

The Lord my Shepherd is. Text: Isaac 
Watts. Melody adapted from J. S. Bach, 
arr. by Paul Aufdemberge. (Concordia 
treble series, 15) © Concordia Publishing 
House, St. Louis; 15Dec48; on arrangemei t; 
EP33723. For treble voices. 

A mighty fortress is our God; [by] Martin 
Luther, choral prelude and chorale by 
J. S. Bach, freely transcribed for sym- 
phonic band with optional four-part chorus 
of mixed voices, by Clifford P. Lillya. 
(Modern band arrangement, J465) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; lMar49; on ar- 
rangement; EP34965. Score (chorus, SATB 
and band), condensed score and parts. 

Morning song. See his Wachet auf, ruft uns 
die Stimme. 

My soul, awake, and render. Wach' auf 
mein Herz. Choral for three-part chorus 
of mixed voices unaccompanied, attributed 
to Nikola us Selnecker, harmonization by 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by C. Marvin 
Fewell. [Words by] Paulus Gerhardt, 
English version by johann Christian 
Jacobl. (E.C.S. choral music, no.2261) 
© E. C. Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 
7Nov48; on arrangement; EP32496. 

O Holy City, seen of John. O Mensch shau' 
Jesum Christum an. Choral for three- part 
chorus of mixed voices, unacc. Old Ger- 
maji melody (1555), harmonization by 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by C. Marvin 
Fewell. [Words by] Daniel Sprecht, 
English version by Walter Russel Bowie. 
(E.C.S. choral music, no. 2262) © E. C. 
Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 7Nov48; on 
arrangement; EP32497. English words. 

O Jesu, so sweet, O Jesulein suss. Choral 
for four-part chorus of mixed voices, a 
cappella [from] Samuel Scheldt's Tabu- 
laturbuch, harmonization by Johann Sebas- 
tian Bach, English version by Katherine K. 
Davis, ed. by H. Clough-Leighter. (Choral 
music, no. 2271) © E. C. Schirmer Music 
Co., Boston; 3Mar49, on English version; 
EP34821. 

O Jesus, O tendre Maftre; choral extrait 
de la Cantate no. 147 [by] J. S. Bach, 
paroles francaises de Alex. Celher. 
© Rouart, Lerolle et cie, Paris; 
15Nov48, on French words, EF11654. 

O sacred head, now wounded. O Haupt voll 
Bluf'und Wunden. Choral for three-part 
chorus of mixed voices, unacc. [by] Hans 
Leo Hassler, harmonization by Johann 
Sebastian Bach, arr. by C. Marvin Fewell. 
Original German text by Paul Gerhardt, 
English version by James Waddell Alex- 
ander. (E.C.S. choral music, no no. 2259) 
© E. C. Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 
7Nov48; on arrangement; EP32503. 
English words. 

Praise to the Lord. Lobe den Herrn, den 
Maechtlgen. Choral for three-part chorus 
of mixed voices, unacc. Melody: anonymous, 
harmonization by Johann Sebastian Bach, 
arr. by C. Marvin Fewell. [Words by] 
Joachim Neander, English version by 
Catherine Wlnkworth. (E.C.S. choral mu- 
sic, no.2263) © E.C. Schirmer Music Co., 
Boston; 7Nov48; on arrangement; EP32498. 
English words. 



Prelude and fugue; [by] J. S. Bach, and Roy 
Harris. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
7Apr49; on transcription, EP35758. 

Prelude and fugue; [by] J. S. Bach, tran- 
scribed for piano solo by Johana and Roy 
Harris. © Mills Music, inc., New York- 
7Apr49; on transcription; EP35758. 

Prelude and fugue in D minor; from the 
eight short preludes and fugues for the 
organ, by J. S. Bach, arr. by Robin Miller. 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
2Dec48; on arrangement; EF12861. 
2 scores for 2 pianos. 

(Prelude & fugue, "organ, no. 16) Organ 
prelude in C minor; [by] J. S. Bach, arr. 
for two pianos by Robin Miller. © Novello 
& Co., ltd., London; 31Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EF12082. 

Sarabande; [by] J. S. Bach, transcription 
for the guitar by A. Segovia. © Celesta 
Publishing Co., New York; lMar49; on 
arrangement; EP35058. 

Siciliano; from the second sonata for flute 
and piano, by J. S. Bach, arr. for piano, 
by Ignaz Friedman. © Allan & Co., pty. 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia; 7Jul48; on 
arrangement; EF12735. 

Sinfonia, chorale and variation. See his 
Christ lag in Todesbanden. 

Six organ transcriptions from Bach, by 
Edwin Arthur Kraft. © Oliver Ditson Co., 
Philadelphia; 23Feb49; EP34755. Includes 
registration for Hammond organ. 
"(Suite, orchestra, no. 3) Bourree in D, 
from Suite no. 3 for orchestra [by] 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by Eric 
Steiner. © G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York; 22Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33836. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 
"(Suite, orchestra, no. 3) Gigue in D, from 
Suite no. 3 for orchestraTby] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, arr. by Eric Steiner. 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 22Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33837. 2 scores for 
2 pianos. 

(Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme) Morning 
song; chorale from church cantata, 
no. 162, by J. S. Bach, arr. for piano by 
Ignaz Friedman, © Allan & Co., pty. ltd,, 
Melbourne, Australia; 30Jul48; on arrange- 
ment; EF12734. 
"(Das wohl-temperirte Clavier) Fugue 
no. IV, from the Well-tempered clavier, 
book 1 [by] Bach Arr. by C. K. Welling- 
ton. (University of Michigan band series, 
pt. 2, no. 4) © G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York; 30Dec48; on arrangement; EP33838. 
Score, condensed score and parts. 

BACH, JOHN. 
After the ball is over. See Harris, 
Charles K. 

BACHARACH, ALFRED LOUIS, ed. 
The music masters, including "Lives of 
the great composers"; from the sixteenth 
century to the time of Beethoven, by 
W. R. Anderson [and others] Dublin, 
London, M. Fridberg. 366 p. © A. L. 
Bacharach; 12Nov48; lc 21Apr49; AI-2169. 

BACHMAN, NOriMA. 
The cottage on a hill. See Hall, David. 

Rosedreams. See Hall, David. 

BACHMAN, VIRGINIA, 1910- 
Lil' ol' train; for male voices [by] Virginia 
Bachman, arr. by Hazel Stageberg Tkach. 
© Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., Minneapolis; 
17Feb49; EP34835. 

BACHOVEN, A. 
In dulci jubilo. See Marier, Theodore N. 

BACKE, NORMAN ROGER. 
Victory's palms. See Ankerberg, Elaine. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BACKUS, EDYTHE N. 
Catalogue of music in the Huntington Library 
printed before 1801. See Henry E. Huntington 
Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, 
Calif. 

BACON, ERNST, 1898- 
"Brady; words and music by Ernst Bacon, 

song for bass or baritone. © Boosey & 

Hawkes, inc., New York; 8Feb49; 

EP34789. 
Flight; by Ernst Bacon, piano solo. 

© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 

30Mar49; EP35302. 
The red rose; song, words by Robert 

Burns, music by Ernst Bacon. © Boosey 

& Hawkes, inc., New York; 25Feb49; 

EP34786. 
"Seven canons; for two to four voices and 

piano [by] Ernst Bacon. © Music Press, 

inc., New York, 10Dec48; EP32547. 

BACON, LEWIS WHEE LER. 

You cross my heart, words and music by 
L. W. Bacon. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; EP32745. 

You may be me; words and music by 
L. W. Bacon. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36883. 

BACRI, EDMOND. 
Si les etoiles. See Herschkovitch, Marc. 

BADAT, LUDOVIC. 
Atomicus. See Hyams, Sander. 

BADINGS, HENK, 1907- 
"Balletto grottesco; jper due pianoforti. Fur 
2 Klaviere zu 4 Handen, [by] Henk Badings. 
© Universal Edition, Wien; 2Mar42; 
EF12255. 

BADLEY, CATHARINE V 
Dictatos of my heart; words & music by 
Catherine V. Badley. & Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood. Calif.; 7Dec4S; 
EP32928. 

BAENA, FEDERICO. 
Cuando gustes; cancion, letra, musica y 

orquestacion de Federico Baena. 

© Promotora Hispano Americana de 

Musica, s.a., Mexico; 25Aug48; EF13022. 

Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts; with words. 
Negra soledad; bolero, [letra, musica y 

orquestacion] de Federico Baena. 

© ^Promotora Hispano Americana de 

Musica, s. a., Mexico; 23Jul48; EF13027. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts; with words. 

BAGAR, ROBERT. 
See The Victor book of operas. 

BAHAM, ETHEL J. 
My love. See Samuels, Walter. 

BAHR, CARLOS. 
Canto amargo. See Brameri, Emilio J. 

Cosas del amor. See Federico, Domingo. 

Un solo momento. See Rebechi, Filinto. 

BAIL, GRACE. 
Remember to dream of Colleen, words and 
music by Grace Ball. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; 
EP32746, 

BAILES, JOHNNIE. 
I have dusted off the Bible. See Bailes, 

Walter. 
Who's lonely now? By Johnnie Bailes. 

© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 

25Mar49; EP35204. For voice and piano, 

with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

BAILES, KYLE. 
I have dusted off the Bible. See_ Bailes, 
Walter. 



BAILES, ORESTA. 
There's a broken heart for every light 
on Broadway. See Samuels, Walter. 

BAILES, WALTER. 
I have dusted off the Bible; by Kyle, Johnnie 
& Walter Bailes. © Acuff-Rose Publica- 
tions, Nashville; 8Jun49; EP37404. For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 

BAILEY, RUTH E. 
Seek Him that maketh the seven stars. 
See Rogers, James H. . 

BAILLY, CHARLES. 
L'orgue des amoureux. See Varel, Andre. 

BAIN, JAMES LEITH MACBETH. 
Brother James's air; Marosa, [by] James 
Leith Macbeth Bain, arr. for male voices 
by E. T. Davies. (Choral songs, no. 681) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
2Jun49; on arrangement; EF13560. 

BAEMBRIDGE, KATHARINE. 
The fields are white. See Cadman, Charles 

Wakefield. 
When Christ shall come. See Cohen, Sol B. 

BAINES, WILLIAM. 
My task to do; words by Florence S. 
Jewel, music by William Baines. ([Pub. 
order] no. 111-40002) © Theodore Pres- 
ser Co., Philadelphia; 31May49; EP37318. 

Spirit of life divine, anthem for mixed 
voices [by] William Baines, [words by] 
Anita F. Jewell. ([Pub. order] no. 21641) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia: 
25Jan49; EP33978. 

BAJENETA, FERMIN JOSEPH. 
Days that we knew. See Potter, Harold. 

Cinquieme solo. See Colin, Charles. 
Solos de concours, oboe & piano. 

BAJEUX, PIERRE. 

Duexieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, oboe u piano. 
Grande fantaisie concertante. See Colin, 

Charles. Solos de concours, oEoe & piano. 
Huitieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, oboe & piano. 
Premier solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos de 

concours, oboe d piano. 

Quatrieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, oboe & piano. 
Septieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, oboe & piano. 
Sixieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, oboe fir piano. 
Troisieme solo. See Colin, Charles. Solos 

de concours, obdeT; piano. 

BAKER, ETTA A. 
Throw a kiss at our star. See Hall, David. 

BAKER, FRANK RUSSELL. 
Vah sayer han? Words and music by 
Loyson Mahoney & Russ Baker. © Broad- 
cast Music, inc., New York; HMar49; 
EP35994. English words. 

BAKER, H E 

Songs that live; by H. E. Baker, for general 
use in church and camps, ed. by Donald 
E. Bobcock. © H. E. Baker; 23Mar49; 
AA111793. Close score: SATB. 

BAKER, HENRY. 
King of Love, my Shepherd. See Grieg, 
Edvard Hagerup. 

BAKER, JOHN. 
Punching a time clock on the wall. See 
Richard, Leo. 

BAKER, JOSEPHINE. 
Minuit. See Bouillon, Joseph. 



BAKER, KENNY. 

Ad lib frolic; composed and arr. by Kenny 
Baker. © Campbell, Connelly, inc., New 
York; 26May49; EP37221. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

Filigree, trumpet solo, with piano ace, 
composed by Kenny Baker. © CampbeU- 
Connelly, inc., New York; 28Feb49; 
EP34563. 

(Small back room) Scrumpin'; fox-trot, 
from Small back room, composed and 
arr. by Kenny Baker. © The Peter 
Maurice Music Co., ltd., New York; 
14Apr49; EF13164. Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

BAKER, LESLIE 
Rustle of strings; by Leslie Baker. 
© Campbell-Connelly, inc , London; 
24Dec48; EP33109. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

BAKER, RICHARD DEE, 1927- 
Longlng for Jesus; [by] Richard Baker. 
© Richard Dee Baker; 15Feb49; 
EP36465. Hymn, with music. 

BAKER, SETH. 
Prayer and praise in song. See McOuat, 
Floy Lewis. 

BAKER, THEODORE. 
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming. See 
Praetorius, Michael. 

BALAKTREV, MILlf ALEKSEEVICH, 1836- 
1910. 

1(Islamey) Melodie orientale; from Islamey; 
[by] Mili Balakirev. adaptation by 
Frederick Piket. © Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
19Nov46; on adaptation; EP34504. For 
string orchestra. 

BALDWIN, NICK. 
A cottage in the country, words and music 
by Nick Baldwin. © Ardsley Music, inc., 
New York, 12Mar49; EP34825. 

BALDWIN, RALPH L d. 1944. 
An offering; four part mixed voices, 
S.A T.B., a cappella, poem by Mary C. 
Donovan, music by Ralph L. Baldwin. 
(Choral library, 5-W3362) © M. Witmark 
& Sons, New York; 29Apr49; EP36491. 

BALDWIN RENA 
Windows of heaven; [by] Rena Baldwin, 
[words by] Carrie Judd Montgomery 
(In Lillenas. Haldor, comp The Lillenas 
choir, book 2 p 48-49) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; HMar49, EP37508 
Score chorus (SATB) 

BALL, ALBERT C 1914- 

Alleluia, Noel! For full chorus of mixed 
voices and baritone solo, a cappella, 
words and music by Albert C. Ball. 
(Octavo no. 9769) © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 8Mar49; EP37274. 

BALL, DAVE. 
Let's fly; lyric by Annabel Logan, music 
by Dave Ball. New York, Capitol Songs. 
© Atlantic Music Corp.; 3Jan49; EP34962 

BALL, ERNEST R 1908- 

Bronson [course of instruction for] guitar; 
arr. by Ernest R. Ball, Jr. © Bronson 
Publishing Co., Detroit; lessons 1-16, 
28Dec48; EP35458. 

BALL, NORAH. 

Darling, you are leaving me. See Hall, 
David. 

BALL, TOM, pseud . See 
Voorhees, Russel Raymond. 

BALL, WINIFRED. 
I want a hideaway, words and music by 
Winifred Ball. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif • 15Feb49- 
EP35827. 



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BALLANTINE, EDDIE, 1907- 
General Eisenhower. See Cohen, Lemmy. 

Say something sweet to your sweetheart. 
See Brodsky, Roy. 

Video on the march, a modern marching 
song, by Tommy Filas and Eddie Ballan- 
tine. © Will Rossiter, Chicago; 16Feb49; 
EP34299. 

BALLANTYNE, JOSEPH. 
Shine on; words and music by Jos. 
Ballantyne [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP34616. For piano; with 
words. 

[BALLARD, EDNA W ] 

"I Am" angel bells, [words and music by 
Lotus Ray King, pseud., arr. by Frederick 
Landwehr] © Saint Germain Press, inc., 
Chicago; 4Jan49; EP33660. 

BALLARD, ELIZABETH. 
Empty heart. See Hall, David. 

BALLARD, FRANCIS DRAKE. 
He was the greatest of all; Babe Ruth song, 
by Arthur Humby, Charles Henderson & 
Pat Ballard. © Pat Ballard Music Corp., 
New York; lApr49; EP36961. Harmonized 
melody, with chord symbols. 
Virginia, won't ya open up the winda; by 
Pat Ballard. © Pat Ballard Music Corp., 
New York; lApr49; EP36962. Harmonized 
melody. 

Why did I go to my wedding ? See Atkins, 
Jimmy. 



BALLARD, PAT. See 
Ballard, Francis Drake. 



BALLARD, R A 

My beautiful one, by R. A. Ballard. 
Chicago, Art Melody Studios. © R. A. 
Ballard; 12Dec48, EP36288. For voice 
and piano. 

BALLATOP.E, PIETRO. 
Ave Maria. See Schubert, Franz Peter. 

Miniature concerto; piano [and orchestra, 
byjBallatore. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 23jun49; EP37940. 
For piano solo. 



Minute waltz. 
Franciszek. 



See Chopin, Fryderyk 



BALMER, WILLIAM G. 
To rock the old cradle for me. See 
Hall, David. 

BALOGH, LOUIS L 1898- 

Misse Alme Pater, in honor of St. Benedict, 
for three equal voices, unacc. Composed ' 
by Louis L. Balogh. [Pub. order no. 16271 
© McLaughlin & Reilly Co., Boston; 
5Nov48; EP33229. 
Processional, [by] Louis L. Balogh. 
(Organ music, no. 8439) © J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York, 2Mar49; EP34969. 

BALSA MO, G 
Sicilian tarantella. Fischiettando. By G. 
Balsamo. © Bregman, Vocco &Conn, 
inc., New York; 28Mar49; EP35304. For 
piano. 

Sicilian tarantella. Fischiettando. By G. 
Balsamo, words by Chester Conn. © Tri- 
angle Music Corp., New York; 16May49; 
on added lyric; EP36995. English words. 

BALTZER, DORIS. 
I'm there; words and music by Doris 
Baltzer. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35826. 



BAMPTON, RUTH. 
The child Schubert. 
Ellsworth. 



See Coit, Lottie 



Choral responses for the church year; 
S.A.T.B. Composed or arr. by Ruth 
Bampton. (Choral octavos, nos. 1671, 
1672) © Hall & McCreary Co., Chicago; 
groups 1-2; 9May49; EP36909, 36910. 

BANE, MARY ETTA. 
A friend indeed. See Hicks, Fred. 

BANGART, BETTY. 
Without your love; words and music by 
Betty Bangart, [arr. by Frank Furlett] 
© Puritan Publishing Co., Chicago; 
9Jun47; EP36124. 

BANISTER, CHARLES J. 
If I had forgotten. See Buck, Ronald. 

BANKS, MARIAN. 
In the good old summer time. See Evans, 

George. 
Malaguefla. See Lecuona Y Casado, 

Ernesto. 
Malaguefia. See Lecuona y Casado, 
Ernesto. Andalucla. 

BANKS, MARY NOREE, 1904- 
The baby kangaroo, piano solo with words, 
by Mary Norie Banks. © The Willis 
Music Co., Cincinnati, 13Apr49, EP36190. 

BANKWYCK, CLARK L 1913- 

Llvlng life is like going to show; words 
and music by C. L. Bankwyck. © Clark 
L. Bankwyck; lMar49; EP34632. 
Phoo-ey phoo [or] Gents prefer blondes, 
oh, yeaf [By Clark L. Bankwyck] 
© Clark L. Bankwyck; 26Jan49- on 
changes in words & music; EP34244. 

BAPTISSART, MAUTJCE. 
Le chant des dtoiles. See Yvain, Maurice. 

BARASH, MORRIS. 
Habet mishomayim ur'ei. See Bogzester, 
William. 

BARAT, EUGfiNIE, 1915- 
thants de l'Afrique noire, Oubangui. Chant 
et piano, recueillis et harmonises par 
Eliane-Barat-Pepper [pseud.] © Henry 
Lemoine & cie, Paris; 30Dec46; on 
harmonization; EF11679. 

BARAT-PEPPER, ELIANE, pseud . See 
Barat, Eugenie. 

BARBER, CLINTON. 
Lonesome for you; words and music by 
Clinton Barber. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 

BARBEI;, EDNA M. 
Something so golden, something so olden. 
See Hall, David., 

BARBERIO, CARMELLA. 
Bring out your umbrellas. See Hall, David. 

BARBLAN, GUGLIELMO. 
Sonata in mi minore. See Bonporti, 
Francesco Antonio. 

BARBOSA, HAROLDO. 
Sin importancia. See Marly, Anna. 

BARBOUR, LETTY. 
It's wintertime. See Nappo, Carmen Alfred. 
Holiday on ice of 1949. 

BARCY,, NOEL, pseud. See 
Crabbe', Leon Martin. 

BARI, ELEANOR. 
You and moonbeams. See Hall, David. 

BARING-GOULD, SABINE. 
The flowers in the valley. See. Tinman, ^ric 
Harding. 

BARKER, F^JVNK J. 
Just a lonely boy. See Hall, David. 



BARKLEY, MARY, pseud . See 
Theme, Mary. 

BARLOW, HAROLD. 
Band in Boston. See Norvo, Orville. 

El rojo. See Norvo, Orville. 

Take the red car. See Norvo, Orville. 

BARNEFIHER, Mrs. E H F 

First and lastrFyTvlrs. E. H. F. Barnefiher. 
© E. H. F. Barnefiher; 2Mar49; EP34900. 
For piano. 

BARNES, EDWARD SHIPPEN. 
Mother s Day hymn; for junior and senior 
choirs, [by] Edward Shippen Barnes. 
[Words byl Arthur L„ Rice. (Choruses 
in octavo form 8461) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; 28Mar49; EP35598. 

God, we thank Thee; anthem for mixed 
voices [by] Edward Shippen Barnes, 
annonymous text. (Aeolian choral series, 
no. 2081) © H. T. FitzSimons Co., inc., 
Chicago; 17Mar49; EP35391. 

The risen Lord, Easter anthem for mixed 
voices with soprano solo. The text and 
music by Edward Shippen Barnes. (Church 
music review, no. 2083) © The H W. Gray 
Co., Inc., New York; 3Jan49; EP32805. 

The stars are shining bright; Christmas 
anthem, for four-part chorus of mixed 
voices with piano or organ ace, words 
and music by Edward Shippen Barnes. 
(Octavo no. 9808) © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 18Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP36018. 

BARNES, HOWARD. 
Another day. See Hurst, Dane. 
Bobbing up and down like this. See Fields, 
Harold. 

The sweetheart waltz. See Sherwin, Manning. 

BARNES, HOWARD CORNELIUS. 
Beside you. See Bradbury, Stan. 
The echo told me a lie. See Jack, Peter. 

BARNES, MARSHALL, 1921- 
When I am frae my dearie I [By] Marshall 
Barnes, [words by] Robert Burns. © C. C„ 
Birchara & Co., Boston; 15Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP35460. Score: tenor or 
baritone, chorus and piano reduction. 

BARNES, WALTER WADE. 
Just for the ride. See Breault, Louis. 

BARNETT, ELLA. 
Since my little boy said goodnight. See 
Hall, David. 

BARNETT, LEONARD CECIL. 
Keep a song in your heart. See Loes, 
Harry Dixon. 

Only for a while. See Loes, harry Lixon. 
There's only One. See Loes, Harry Dixon. 
Your Saviour. See Loes, Harry Dixon. 

BARNHART, LaVERN. 
I'm glad I'm me. See Brennan, James A. 

BARNHART, W S 

1 wish I had a nickel; by Tommy Sutton 
& W. S. Barnhart. © Acuff-Rose Pub- 
lications, Nashville, 26Feb49; EP34462. 
For voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols. 

BARNHART -ROWE, BESSIE DELL. 
The guiding star. See Rowe-Blair, Vinnie 
Elizabeth. 

BARNO, GRACE E. 
Christmas when I was a boy. See Richard, 

Leo. 
That's the general idea. See Hall, David. 



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BARON, A. L. 
Eretz Isroel is unser land. 
Sholom. 



See Secunda, 



BARON, FRANK 
Shepherd market; a descriptive piano solo 
composed by Frank Baron. © Bradbury 
Wood, ltd., London; 24Mar49, EF12977. 

BARRAGAN RAUL, 1910- 
Riondol Where did he go? Lyrics by 
Chuck Horner and Hank Miles, music 
by Raul Barragan. © Alpha Music, 
inc., New York; 250ct48; EP33202. 

BARRATT, ALFRED. 
Golden bells. See Henson, John Melvin. 
Prince of Bethlehem. See Schuler, George S. 
Sweetest melodies. See Henson, John 
Melvin. 

BARREE, DELIA. 
As years roll by. See Hall, David. 

BARRERA, CARLOS GOMEZ. See 
Gomez Barrera, Carlos. 

BARRERA, EULOGIO H , 
Ayer te vi* partir; cancion, de Eulogio H. 
Barrera, orquestracion de Antonio Nunez 
M. © Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 22Dec48; EF13238. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

BARRETT, GRACE O 1876- 

Rlght where you are, sacred song, words 
and music by Grace O. Barrett. [Arr. 
by Avelyn M. Kerr] © The Harmony 
Music Publishers, Chicago; 3Jan49; 
EP32698. 

BARRIE, ROYDEN. 
Open your heart to the sunshine. See 
Murray, Alan. 

BARRIENTOS, ABELARDO, pseud . See 
Delgado, A. B. 

BARRIO, RAM6N GUTIERREZ DEL. See 
Gutierrez del Barrio, Ramon. 

BARROM, HAZEL CRONE, 1913- 
Cotton carnival time; words and music 
by Hazel Barrom, [arr. by Clarke Tate] 
© Hazel Barrom; lMay49; EP37689. 

BARROW, ROBERT GEORGE. 
Bethlehem; for four-part chorus of men's 
voices, a cappella. Traditional French 
carol, arr. by Robert Barrow, traditional 
French text, English version by Maurice 
F. Bell. (Choral music, no. 2147) © E. 
C. Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 23Apr49; 
on arrangement; EP36654. 

BARROWS, JOHN R. 
Open the gates of the temple. See Knapp, 
Mrs. Joseph F. 

BARRY, LETTER EARLE, 1902- 
Somebody s missin'; words and music by 
Les Barry. © Lester E. Barry, known 
as Les Barry, Jester Music Co., New 
York; 2May49; EP37247. 

BARSOTTI, R arr. 

Tunes and toasts for all times; [arr. by R. 
Barsotti. London. New York] Boosey & 
Hawkes. © Hawkes & Son (London) ltd.; 
27Dec48; on arrangement; EF11988. 
Piano- conductor score: orchestra. 

BARTELLS, H. D. 
My one desire. See Loes, Harry Dixon. 

BARTH, HANS, 1897- 
"Technic, the entire 25 branches for 
developing technic necessary to good 
piano playing, by Hans Barth. © J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York; bk. 2 3, 
10jun49, EP37745-37746. 



BARTH, MARTHA ELEANOR. 
Forever. See Hall, David. 

BARTHOLOMEW. DALE. 
Piano notes for beginners. See Burke, 
Bette. 

BARTHOLOMEW, MARSHALL. 

De animals a-comin', for two-part chorus 
of men's voices with piano ace. Negro 
spiritual freely arr. by Marshall Batholo- 
mew. (Octavo no. 9774) © G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York; 2Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33933. 

The battle of Jericho, for two-part chorus 
of men's voices with piano ace. Negro 
spiritual arr. by Marshall Bartholomew. 
(Octavo no. 9776) © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 2Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33835. 

I got shoes, for full chorus of mixed voices, 
a cappella. Negro spiritual arr. by 
Marshall Bartholomew. (Octavo no. 9777) 
© G. Schirmer, inc. New York; 2Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33834. 

Old Tom Wilson; for four-part chorus of 
men's voices, a cappella, Kentucky 
mountain song, arr. by Marshall Bartholo- 
mew, tune and text collected by Mary 
Newcomb. (Octavo no. 9807) © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 9Mar49; on 
arrangement and collection; EP37279. 

Ten glees, madrigals and airs; for 3 part 
chorus of men's voices, selected and ed. 
by Marshall Bartholomew. ([Pub. order 
no.l MP-121) © Music Press, inc., New 
York, 3May49, on compilation & arrange- 
ment; EP36525. 

Three chanteys, for two-part chorus of 
men's voices, with piano ace. ad lib, 
traditional sea chantey arr. by Marshall 
Bartholomew. (Octavo no. 9772) © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 23Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34882. 
Were you there? For full chorus of men's 
voices with alto solo, a cappella. Tra- 
ditional Negro spiritual, arr. by Marshall 
Bartholomew. (Yale Glee Club series, 
no. 39) © G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 
17Dec48; on arrangement; EP33831. 

BARTLETT, FLOYD. 
I've found the one for me; words by 
Clarice Collins, music by Floyd Bartlett. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 27Jul48; EP33051. 

BARTOK, BELA, 1881-1945. 

(Rhapsody, violin & orchestra, no. 2) 
Second rhapsody; folk dances^for violin 
and orchestra [by] Bela Bartok. Rev. 
1944 version. Full score. © Hawkes & 
Son (London) ltd., London; 15Apr49; on 
revision; EF12975. 

Vier Orchesterstucke; von Bela Bartok. 
Op. 12. ([Pub. order] Nr. 7270) 
© Universal Edition A. G., Wien; 23Apr23; 
EF12429. 

Zweite Suite; fur kleines Orchester, von 
Bela Bartok. Op. 4. Partitur. ([Pub. 
order] Nr. 6986) © Universal-Edition, 
A. G., Wien; 60ct21; EF12430. Score: 
orchestra. 

BARTON, VIRGINIA. 

Hush-a-bye baby; words and music by 
Virginia Barton. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33421. 

BARTOS, ALEX. 
Ewige Walzer-Melodie. See Strauss, 
Josef. 

BARTRAM, LUCY SCHLEYER. 
Mexico; words and music by Lucy Schleyer 
Bartram. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33422. 

BARTS, KEITH. 
Don't say you love me; words and music by 
Keith Barts. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33420. 



BASCH, CHARLES. 
Little Nick. See Arnold, Buddy. 

BASS, KENNY, pseud . See 
Bastasic, Peter George. 

BASSI, PIER EMILIO, 1920- 
Non e per me; canzone slow, versi di G. C. 
Testoni, musica di P. E. Bassi. (Serie 
canzoni italiane di successo) © Radio 
Record Ricordi, Milano; 10Sep48; EF12093. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 
Su, bella, con la vita; moderato swing, 
versi di G. C. Testoni, musica di P. E. 
Bassi. © Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 
10Mar49; EF12867. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

BASTARDI, FRANCISCO. 
De la baldosa al parquet. See Salerno, 
Domingo. 

BASTASIC, PETER GEORGE. 
Tell me a story. See Mullec, Frank John. 

BASTIEN, ANDRE, 1908- 
Querida Espafla. Espagne cherie. Paso 
doble, [by] Andre Bastien. © Julio Garzon; 
30Mar49; EF13436. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

BATE MAN, D J 

Castle of my dreams; by Steve Chase 
and D. J. Bateman. © Dallas Music Co., 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 16May49; EP37165. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

BATES, KATHERINE LEE. 
America, the beautiful. See Ward, Samuel 
Augustus. 

BATES, V. 
God's going to pay me well. See Adams, 
Violet Odem. 

BATES, VIOLA. 
I'm going to walk the milky white way. 
See Frye, Theodore Roosevelt. 

Jesus I turn to Thee. See Frye, Theodore 
Roosevelt. 

BATTLE, BERNARD G. 
Just look up. See Harris, Ethel. 

BATTLE, EDGAR. 
Don't take chances 1 See Ward, Robert 
Vicent. 

BATTLE, HELEN A 
Days; words and music by Helen A. Battle. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jan49; EP35823. 

BATTRAM, FLORENCE COLBY. 1889- 
Four Psalms: no. 23, 93, 100, 150; for 
mixed voices, music by Florence Colby 
Baitram. © Wesley Webster, San Fran- 
cisco; 24Dec48; EP32674, 

BAUDEN, MARIE JEAN, pseud . See 
Baudenback, Marie Jean. 

BAUDENBACK, MARIE JEAN. 
It's just a glad, fond memory. See Hall, 
David. 

BAUER, FREDY. 
Once again. See Stahl, Felix. 

RAUGHER, EVAH. 
I dreamed you came back; words and music 
by Evan Baugher. © Nordvke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 7Dec48, 
EP32930. 

BAUM, EDNA LUCILE. 
Second book of bar work; by Edna Lucile 
Baum, music by Elsie Whitcomb. © Clay- 
ton F. Summy Co., Chicago: 28Apr49 
EP36454. 

BAUMER, CECIL. 
Five impressions; for pianoforte by Cecil 
Baumer. © Elkin & Co., ltd., London 
21Apr49, EF12933. 



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BAUMGARTNER, MARGUERITE. 
Once upon a time; words by Lillian Bird- 
well, music by Marguerite Baumgartner. 
[A Jean Walz arrangement] © Wm. G. 
Jahnke & Arthur Jahnke, d.b.a. Jahnke Pub. 
Co., Chicago; lMar49; EP36074. 

BAVA, JOHN. 
Chalk up another lie. See Williams, Bob. 

BAVICCHI, DOROTHY. 
Thy glorious love. See Gibb, Robert W. 

BAX, SS£ ARNOLD EDWARD TREVOR, 1883- 
"Magnificat; for S.A.T.B. and organ [by] 
Arnold Bax. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 5Feb49; EF12462. English words. 
(Oliver Twist) Two lyrical pieces; for 
piano solo by Arnold Bax. From Oliver 
Twist. © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 
30Nov48; EF11744. 

BAXTER, MONTY. 
Prairie lullaby. See Beverley, Fred. 

BAY, MELBOURNE EARL, 1913- 
The Mel ' Bay method for the modern 

guitar. © Louis Retter Music Co., St. 

Louis; grade 2, 24Feb49; EP34415. 
The Mel' Bay method for the modern 

guitar © Melbourne Earl Bay, d.b.a. 

Louis Retter Music Co., St. Louis; 

grade 1, lNov48; EP34842. 

BAYARDO, LITO. 
Sandra ...1 Tango, letra y musica de Lito 
Bayardo. © Editorial Argentina de 
Musica Internacional, sr. ltda., Buenos 
Aires; 30Dec48; EF13030. 

BAYCO, FREDRIC. 
Four short voluntaries. See Payan, J. F. 

BAYERS, FRED W 
Alma mater, Milford High School, Milford, 
Conn., words and music by Fred W. Bayers. 
© Fred W. Bayers; 23May49; EP37139. 

BAYLE, PIERRE. 
A la piscine. See Simonot, Jacques. 

L'amour valse avec nous. See Simonot, 

Jacques. 
Fille & garcon. See Simonot, Jacques. 
Ma poupee se marie. See Simonot, Jacques. 
Maman si douce. See Simonot, Jacques. 
Le petit bricoleur. See Simonot, Jacques. 
La petite danseuse. See Simonot, Jacques. 

Quand je serai grand. See Simonot, 
Jacques. 
Sur mes patins. See Simonot, Jacques. 

BAYLE Y, CLARE. 
I'll send my love; words and music by 
Clare Bay ley. © Nor dyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Jan49; EP35822. 

BAYLEY, ROBERT CHARLTON, 1913- 
Into this world of sorrow; [by] Robert 
Charlton Bayley. Words anonymous. 
© The Frederick Harris Music Co., 
Oakville, Ont.; 20Mar49; EF12797. 
Score: SATB and piano reduction. 

BAYNON, ARTHUR. 
Going to the sea; unison song, words by 

Irene Gass, music by Arthur Baynon. 

(The Elkin new choral series, 2143) 

© Elkin & Co., ltd., London; Feb49, 

EF12464. 
A song of harvest; unison song, words by 

Irene Gass, music by Arthur Baynon. 

(The Elkin new choral series, 2144) 

© Elkin &Co., ltd., London, 15Feb49; 

EF12465. 

BAZELAIRE, PAUL. 
Duos. See Schumann, Robert Alexander. 
Studies, pedal piano. 



Morceau de concours;_[by] Paul Bazelaire. 
Op. 124. © Schott freres, Bruxelles; 
10May49; EF13408. Score (violoncello 
and piano) and part. 
'Variations sur un chanson naive; [by] 
Paul Bazelaire. Op. 125. © Schott 
freres, Bruxelles; 21Jan49; EF12453. 
Score (violoncello & piano) and part. 

BEALL, BILLY JO. See 
Beall, Fletcher William. 

BEALL, FLETCHER WILLIAM, 1888- 
I promise just you [or] The mystery love 

song, words & music by Billy Jo Beall. 

Jensen Beach, Fla., Music Circle Pub. 

Co. © F. W. Beall, Jr.; 10Mar49; 

EP35006. 
That barbershop rag; fox trot, words & 

music by Billy Jo Beall. Jensen Beach, 

Fla., Music Circle Pub. Co. © F, W. 

Beall, Jr.; 10Mar49; EP35005. 
When you, oh Mother, taught me to pray and 

to sing my dolly to sleep; words & music 

by F. W. Beall, Jr. © Fletcher William 

Beall, Jr.; Ijan49; EP34056. 

BEAN, JERRY C. 
I found you. See Lakin, Evelyn C. 

BEAN, MABEL. 
God s perfect gift; sacred song, words from 
Luke, music by Mabel Bean. © The Har- 
mony Music Publishers, Chicago; lDec48; 
EP33112. 

BEAR, BILLY, pseud . See 
Poletto, Enzo Luigi. 

[BEATTIE, JOHN WALTER] 1885- ed. 

"(The American singer. Combined grades) 
Guide to The American singer, combined 
grades, [prepared by Editorial dept., 
American Book Co.] © American Book 
Co., New York; lFeb49; AA107702. 

BEAUCHAMP, FAY TIBBETS 
April magic; words and music by Fay 
Tlbbets Beauchamp. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Dec48; 
EP32748. 

BEAUME, MAG, pseud . See 
Soulas, Marie Marguerite. 

BEAVER, J 
Yacht race; by J. Beaver. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13120. 
Melody with instrumental cues. 

BECCE, GUISEPPE. 
Hugo Wolf suite. See Wolf, Hugo. 

Lieder aus der Jugendzeit. 
Regeriana; lyrische Suite. Suite lyrique. 
Von G. Becce. (Pantheon Nr. 11. Walhalla 
Nr. 300) © Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin; 
10May21; EF12065. Parts: orchestra. 

BECK, VICTOR E. 
Earth and heaven now rejoice. See 
Lundquist, Matthew Nathanael. 

BECKE, PEPE. 
Estas frizao; son montuno, letra y musica 

de Pepe Becke. © Peer International 
. Corp., New York; 18Mar49; EP36378. 

Yo traigo el mambo; guaracha, letra y 
musica de Pepe Becke'. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 22Feb49; 
EP36432. 

BECKER, AUGUST EDWARD. 
Just you and I. See Hall, David. 

BECKER, GEORGE P. 
Choruses for gleemen. See Morgan, 
Haydn M. 

BECKER, JOHN JOSEPH, 1886- 
'Soundpiece no. 4, second string quartet, 
by John J. Becker. [New York, New Music 
Edition Corp.] (New Music, v. 22 no. 1) 

' John J. Becker; 31Dec48, EP33268. 
Score. 



BECKETT, GENEVA. 
Fifty golden years ago today. See Hall, 
David. 

BECKMANN, HANS FRITZ. 
Liebesgeschichten. See Kreuder, Peter. 

BECKWITH, JOHN, 1927- 

(Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty) The inlaid 
harp; [from] Five lyrics of the T'ang 
dynasty, tr. from the Chinese by Witter 
Bynner, set for high voice and piano by 
John Beckwith. ©BMI Canada, ltd., 
Toronto; 5Apr49; EF12993. 

(Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty) The limpid 
river; [from] Five lyrics of the T'ang 
dynasty, tr. from the Chinese by Witter 
Bynner, set for high voice and oiano by 
John Beckwith. © BMI Canada," ltd., 
Toronto, 5Apr49, EF12992. 

(Lyrics of the T'ang dy.iasty) On a rainy 
night; [from] Five lyrics of the T'ang 
dynasty, tr. from the Chinese by Witter 
Bynner, set for high voice and piano by 
John Beckwith. © BMI Canada, ltd., 
Toronto; 5Apr49; EF12994. 

(Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty) Parting at 
a wine shop; [from] Five lyrics of the 
T'ang dynasty, tr. from the Chinese by 
Witter Bynner, set for high voice and 
piano by John Beckwith. © BMI Canada, 
ltd., Toronto; 5Apr49; EF12995. 

(Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty) Staircase of 
jade; [from] Five lyrics of the T'ang 
dynasty, tr. from the Chinese by Witter 
Bynner, set for high voice and piano by 
John Beckwith. © BMI Canada, ltd., 
Toronto; 5Apr49; EF12991. 

BEDELL, ROBERT LEECH. 
Adoro te supplex. See Dagand, J. 

'Everybody's favorite organ masterpieces; 
selected and ed. by Robert Leech Bedell, 
rev. and with Hammond registration by 
Roland Diggle. (Everybody's favorite 
Series, no.59) © Amsco Music Pub- 
lishing Co., New York; 30Dec48; on 
editing & registration for Hammond organ; 
EP34421. 
Hodie nobis. See Delavenna, P. 

O come now and let us sing a new song unto 

the Lord. See Alain, Albert. 
Round the Lord in glory seated. See 

Albert, Heinrich. 
Veni sponsa Christi. See Dagand, J. 

BEDIER, JOSEPH. 
Le vin herbe\ See Martin, Frank. Der 
Zaubertraiik. 

BEE, DAVE, pseud . See 
Craps, Ernest Jean. 

BEELER, WALTER ROY. 
March of the leaden soldiers. See Pierne, 

Gabriel. Album pour mes petits amis. 
A southern wedding. See Lotter, Adolph. 

BEER, LEOPOLD JOSEF, 1885- 
Eins plus zwolfist dreizehn, 13 leichte 
instruktive Funftonstiicke fur Klavier, 
12 Variationen iiber ein eigenes Thema, 
von Leopold J. Beer. Op. 87. © Universal- 
Edition, Wien, 16Aug41; EF12249. 

*Kleine Variationen uber sechs bekannte 
Kinderlieder; [by] Leopold J. Beer, fur 
2 Violinen, erste Lage. Op. 86. © Uni- 
versal-Edition, Wien; 17Aug41; EF12256. 
2 scores. 

BEERS, MADGE. 
Irish lass. See Hall, David. 

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN, 1770-1827. 
Clair de lune, [by] Beethoven. Op. 27, no. 2. 
Arrangement pour guitare par S. Ranieri. 
© Edition Cranz, Brussels (in notice: 
A. Cranz), 15Dec47; on arrangement, 
EF12149. 



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BEETHOVEN, LUDV/IG VAN, 1770-1827. Cont'd. 

(Concerto, violin) Cadenzas for the violin 
concerto; op. 61. [By] Beethoven, ed. by 
Max Rostal. © Novello & Co., ltd., 
London; 24Feb49; on arrangements; 
EF12579. 

Country dances; [by] Beethoven, [tran- 
scribed] by Watson Forbes and Alan 
Richardson. (Transcriptions for viola 
and pianoforte, no. 9) © The Oxford 
Univ. Press London, 7Apr49; on arrange- 
ment, EF12951. Score and part. 

Joyful, we adore Thee, from Beethoven's 
9th symphony, freely written by R. Deane 
Shure. [Text by Henry Van Dyke] 
(Octavo no. 949) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 7Jan49, on arrangement- EP33474. 
Score: soprano, chorus (SATB) and piano 
reduction. 

"Konzertstuck; fur Violine und Orchester 
[by] Ludwig van Beethoven, ^vollendet und 
durchgesehen von Juan Manen. Acheve 
et revu par [Juan Manen] Partitur. 
Partition. © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
21Jun43; on completion, revision & ar- 
rangement; EF12254. Score. 

Moonlight sonata. See his Sonata, piano. 

(Sonata, piano) Moonlight sonata; [by] 
L. van Beethoven. Op. 27, no. 2. Simpli- 
fied arr. by Mark White. (In New York 
Journal-American, Nov. 21, 1948, p. L-31. 
Music America loves best, no. 8) © Radio 
Corp. of America, Camden, N. J.; 21Nov48; 
B5-9825. 
Sonatina in F [by] L. van Beethoven, ed. 
by Ernest Haywood. (Favourite classics, 
no. 30) © Keith Prowse & Co., ltd., 
London; 31Dec48; on editing; EF11708. 
For piano. 
Sonatina in G [by] L. van Beethoven, 
ed. by Ernest Haywood. (Favourite 
classics, no. 29) © Keith, Prowse & 
Co., ltd., London, 30Dec48, on editing; 
EF11707. For piano. 
* (Symphony, no. 6) Beethoven's Symphony 
no. 6, in F. "Pastoral." Op. 68. 
Abridged and adapted for piano solo by 
Samuel Marsh. © Chappell & Co., ltd., Lon- 
don; 14Feb49; on adaptation; EF12522. 

"(Symphony, no. 9) The ninth symphony 
[by] Ludwig van Beethoven. Op. 125. 
Choral finale on Schiller's Ode to Joy. 
English version by Max T. Krone. 
Chicago, N. A. Kjos Music Co. © Max 
T. Krone; 9Dec48 (in notice: 1949); 
on English version; EP33517. 
"Zweite Kad'enz zum Konzertstuck von L. 
van Beethoven. [By] Juan Manen, 
erleichterte Ausg. von Walter Simon. 
© Universal -Edition, Wien; 20Mar42; 
on completion, revision & simplified ed., 
EF12245. Part: violin. 

BEETZ, CHARLES' J 
On roller skates, piano solo by Charles J. 
Beetz. © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 18Feb49; EP34539. 

[BEHRENS, FRED N ] 

Make mine love; music by Smiley Smith 

t pseud.], lyric by Mary Rinehart. © Mary 
)pal Rinehart; 18Mar49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP36971. 

BEHRENS MILDRED. 
What do I care, poor me? Words by Mel 
Peters [pseud. J. music by Mildred Behrena 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32908. 

BEILENSON, GERDA MAIJNE. 
Dance the hula in the sea. See Isaacs, 
Alvin Kaleolani. 

Nalani. See Isaacs, Alvin Kaleolani. 

BEIMEL, JACOB. 
Sabbath service in song. See Coopersmith, 
Harry. 



BELARSKY, SIDOR. 
Der Kremer. Words by A. Liesin, arr. 
for voice and piano by S. Belarsky. New 
York, Metro Music Co. © Henry Lefko- 
witch; 14Nov47; on piano arrangement; 
EP35465. Words in Yiddish, with trans- 
literation. 

BELASCO, JACQUES. 
If this night could last forever; words by 
Kay Twomey, music by Jacques Belasco. 
© Woodward Music Co., inc., New York; 
31May49 (in notice: 1948); EP37182. 

BELCHER, REGINALD. 
Please come home; words by L. R. Rice, 
music by Reginald Belcher. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Mar49; EP37836. 

BELCHER, SUPPLY, 1751-1836. 

* (The harmony of Maine) Choruses from 
The harmony of Maine, 1794-, for mixed 
or male voices in three and four parts 
[by] Supply Belcher. Ed. by Oliver 
Daniel. © Music Press, inc., New York; 
10Dec48; on preface & editing; EP32546. 

BELKNAP, JOHN, 1911- 
(Call it colossal) However, from the 
musical revue, Call it colossal, by John 
Belknap. © BMI Canada, ltd., Toronto; 
7Apr49; EF12802. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

(Call it colossal) Surely Shirley, from 
the musical revue Call it colossal by 
John Belknap. © BMI Canada, ltd., 
Toronto; 7Apr49; EF12800. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

(Call it colossal') You don't need moon- 
light; from the musical revue Call it 
colossal, by John Belknap. © BMI Canada, 
ltd., Toronto; 7Apr49, EF12803. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

BELL, ADNA. 
Just one heart to give you. See Hall, David. 

BELL, BENNY, pseud . See 
Samberg, Ben. 

BELL, JAMES A. 
Will you love me when I'm old. See 
Hall, David. 

BELL, MAURICE F. 
Bethlehem. See Barrow, Robert George. 

BELL, SAMUEL. 
That s close enough to heaven for me. 
See Hall, David. 

BELL, SYDNEY. 
Oran-a-chree; tune and words by Sydney 
Bell, arr. for 2-part chorus, or duet, S.C. 
by Hugh S. Roberton. London, J. Curwen; 
New York, G. Schirmer, sole agents for 
U.S.A. (Edition [no,] 72180) © Hugh S. 
Roberton; 20May49; on arrangement- 
EF13534. Score. 

BELLANGER, MARGARET. 
Lonely. See Chanslor, Hal. 

BELLASSAI, NINO, 1901- 
How do you do? By Nino Bellassai. 
© Tono Record Co., Nino Bellassai, 
owner, Westport, Conn.; 14Jun49; 
EP37865. For voice and piano. 

BELLEAU, DANTES, 1867- 
Nostalgie d'automne; impression musicale 
pour piano, [by] Dantes Belleau. 
© Editions A. Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 
23May49; EF13388. 

BELLEDNA, ALEX, pseud . See 
Pinkard, Edna Belle Alexander. 

BELLEM, ROBERT LESLIE. 
Music box song. See Mitchell, Robert. 

Sleepy Santa. 
Ready for winter. See Hubbell, Frank A. 
Happy grasshopper. 



That's right. See Mitchell, Robert. 
Sleepy Santa. 

BELLTN, LEWIS. 
If you didn't come from Ireland. See 

Pearl, Marjprie. 
Love is a beautiful thing. See Pearl, 

Harvey. 
Mad love. See Pearl, Marjorie. 

BELLIS, ENZODE, 1903- 
(Sonata, violin & piano) Sonata in sol; 
per violino e pianoforte [by] Enzo De 
Bellis. ([Pub. order no.] 3752) © Zanibon, 
Comm. Guglielmo, Padova, Italia; 18Nov48; 
EF12891. Score and part. 

BELLISON, SIMEON. 
Autumn song. See Chaikovskii, Petr 

Il'ich. Les saisons. 
Chanson triste. See Kalinnikov, Vasilii 

Sergeevich. 
Esquisse. See Cherepnin, Aleksandr 

Nikolaevich . 

Serenade. See Simon, Anton. The stars. 
Song of the lark. See Chaikovskii, Petr 
II ich. Les saisons. 

BELLOBUONO, FILIPPO. 
Madonna Lisa. See Nicelli, Ernesto. 
La scia bianca. See Cella, Aldo. 
Susy. See Nicelli, Ernesto. 

Valzer della neve; parole e musica di 
Fihbello [pseud.] © Carisch, s. a., 
Milano; 14Jan49; EF 12434. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 

BELLON, ESTHER L 
Where are you? Words and music by 
Esther L. Bellon. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 4Jan49 
(in notice 1948); EP35820. 

BELLOVICH, THOMAS J 
Stumbling home; words by Mary Gochnour, 
music by Thomas J. Bellovich. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
70ct48; EP33154. 

BELSHEIM, GEORGE N 
In faith and love we pray; [by] George N. 
Belsheim, text partially based on no. 137, 
New harp of Columbia. (Choral library, 
1069) © Augsburg Publishing House, 
Minneapolis; 20Dec48; EP35543. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and piano. 
O gladsome light; [by] George N. Belsheim. 
Ancient Greek hymn, translation by Long- 
fellow. (Choral library, 1067) © Augs- 
burg Publishing House, "Minneapolis; 
20Dec48; EP35541. Close score: chorus 
(SATB) 

BELTRAMI, ANTONIO. 
Madonna Lisa. See Nicelli, Ernesto. 

BELTRAO, HENRIQUE. 
O homen do burro. See Ventrice, Domingo. 

BELVADERE, pseud . See 
Frohman, Belva. 

BENDER, VADA ELNOR REID, 1917- 
Christ s crusaders; words and music by 
Vada Reid Bender. © Vada Revd Bender- 
20Dec48, EP36148. 

BENED, ANTHONY. 
They're yours. See Hall, David. 

BENEDICT, ERNEST. 
B-i-n-g-o. See Sanders, Lenny. 
Harmony ranch polka. See West, Roy. 

I'm bitin' my fingernails, and thinking of you 
See Sanders, Lenny. 



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BENEDICT, GARDNER. 
Remember tonight; lyric by Dorothy Dick, 
music by Gardner Benedict. © Leo Feist, 
inc., New York; 7Apr49; EP35914. 

BENET, ROSEMARY. 
Johnny Appleseed. See Siegmeister, Elie. 

BENGTSSON, FRANS G. 
For syndaskarn och dygdeljus. See 

Norlen, Hakan. 
Lutans ballader. See Turesson, Gunnar. 
Tre ballader. See Rangstrom, Ture. 

BENGTSSON, FRITZ. 
Vlr egen stig. See Turesson, Gunnar. 

BENJAMIN, ARTHUR, 1893- 
Red River jig, [by] A. Benjamin. [New 
York] Boosey & Hawkes. © Hawkes & Son 
(London) ltd., London, 18Mar49, EF12635. 
Condensed score (orchestra) and parts. 

BENJAMIN, BENNIE. 
I don t see me in your eyes any more. 

See Weiss, George. 
I'll keep the lovelight burning In my heart. 
See Weiss, George. 

BENJAMIN, HELEN. 
Let s not waste love. See Hall, David. 

BENNER, HUGH C 
Even a cup of cold water; [by] Hugh C. 
Benner, [words by] Clara S. Galloway. 
© Clara S. Galloway; 9Jun49; EP37520. 
Close score: SATB. 

BENNETT, DAVID. 

The four hornsmen; [for] horn quartet, 
with band or piano ace. [by] David Bennett. 
(A Carl Fischer band edition, J468) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 28Dec48; 
EP32793. Piano-conductor score (4 horns 
and band) and parts. 

The four hornsmen; 4 horns in F or 4 
horns in E flat, quartet with piano [by] 
D, Bennett. (Carl Fischer edition: 
ensemble works for brass instruments, 
W2223) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
28Dec48; EP32792. Score and parts. 

BENNETT, DORE. 
Little sweetheart, words and music by Dore 
Bennett. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 23Dec48; EP32749. 

BENNETT, GENEVIEVE. • 
Now, what's happened to you. See Hall, 
David. 

BENNETT, GEORGE, 1897- 
The Bible on the table, and the flag upon 
the wall; words and music by Paul Cun- 
ningham, Leonard Whitcup and George 
Bennett. © Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 
New York; 15Mar49; EP35718. 

BENNETT, GORDON HUGH. 
Dream house in the skies. See Hall, David. 

BENNETT, ROBERT RUSSELL. 
Symphonic memories of Roberta. See 
Kern, Jerome. Roberta. 

BENNETT, RODNEY. 
The cradle in Bethlehem. See Quilter, 
Roger. 

Love at the inn. See Quilter, Roger. 

BENNETT, RUSSELL. 
Show boat. See Kern, Jerome. 

BENOIT, PAUL, 1893 
"(Suite hturgique pour paques) Retour de 
procession; [from] Suite liturgique 
pour paques, pour orgue. [From] 
Liturgical suite for Easter, pieces for 
organ. Par Dom. P. Benoit. ©J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York, 15Feb49; 
EP34575. 



"(Suite liturgique pour paques) Terra 
tremuit et quievit; [from] Suite 
liturgique pour paques, pour orgue. 
[From] Liturgical suite for Easter, 
pieces for organ. Par Dom. P. Benoit. 
© J. Fischer & Bro., New York; 15Feb49- 
EP35513. 

BENSON, MALCOLM DANIEL, 1920- 
Carol of the nativity- [by] Malcolm D. 
Benson, [words by] J. C. Macauley. 
© Malcolm D. Benson & Joseph Cordner 
Macauley; 19Dec48; EP35159. Close 
score: SATB. 

BENSON, MARIUS. 
Just waiting and dreaming. See Hall, David. 

BENSULOCK, EILEEN. 
Lonely hours; by Eileen Bensulock. Chicago, 
Art Melody Studios. © Eileen Bensulock; 
20Dec48; EP36289. For voice and piano. 

BENT BROTHERS. 
Swiss boy; air varie, by Bent brothers. 
© The Chart Music Publishing House, 
inc., Chicago; 21Apr49, EP36235. 
Score (2 cornets or trumpets and piano) 
and part. 

BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. 
Oh, my darling! See Nor doff, Paul. 

BENTLEY, BERENICE BENSON. 
Alice in Wonderland, a suite for piano by 
Berenice Benson Bentley, with the John 
Tenniel illustrations [and] quotations from 
the original text by Lewis Carroll. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
31May49; EP37537. 

Bedtime story* piano solo by Berenice 
Benson Bentley. © Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago; 17Dec48, EP32515. 

The little harpist; piano solo, by Berenice 
Benson Bentley. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 31Mar49; EP35534. 

Maypole dance; by Berenice Benson Bentley,, 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
5Apr49; EP35630. For piano. 

Spring dance; by Berenice Benson Bentley, 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
5Apr49; EP35632. For piano. 

BENTLEY, JACK. 
Oliver Twist; words and music by Jack 
Bentley. © Chappell & Co., ltd.. London; 
8Mar49; EF12837. 

BENTLY, GUS. 
If it's true; words and music by Don Red- 
man, Jule Penrose and Gus Bently. 
© American Academy of Music, inc., 
New York; 170ct47; on arrangement & 
changed words & music; EP36092. 

BERCAS, OSVALDO, pseud . See 
Sarbekoff, Boris. 

BERCELLER, OSCAR, 1897- 
The key, a waltz song, music by Oscar 
Berceller, words by Harold Cluff. 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp. ltd 
Toronto; 310ct48; EF12090. 

BERCH, JACK. 
I'm a-whistlin'. See Shand, Terry. 

Thanks to you, Mother. See Jaffe, Moe. 

BERCO, pseud . See 
Carlberg, Berndt. 

BEREZ, MANIA. 
Songs for my people. See Mann, Adolph. 

BERG, CAROLINE V. 
Children of the heavenly Father. See 
Myrvik, Norman. 



BERG, CLAUDE. 
Keep your powder dry. 



See Hall, David. 



BERG, ELLA MAE. 
Alone in the park on a Sunday. See 
Hall, David. 

BERGANTINE, BORNEY. 

Forever with you; lyrics and music [by ] 
Borney Bergantine. © Happiness House 
North Kansas City, Mo.; 13jun49, EP37751. 

My happiness; by Borney Bergantine, arr. 
by Ray Carter [pseud.] (In Krumbein, 
Maurice, arr. Popular songs for Hammond 
organ no. 3. p. 2-3) © Blasco Music, 
inc.; lAug48; EP34971. 

BERGE, HERMAN VON. See 
Von Berge, Herman. 

BERGER, FRED. See 
Berk, Fred. 

BERGER, JEAN, 1909- 
Vision of peace; from Isaiah, for mixed 
voices a cappella, [by] Jean Berger. 
© Broude Bros., New York; 15jun49; 
EP37877. 

BERGER, THEODOR. 
Ballade; fur grosses Orchester [by] 
Theodor Berger. Op. 10. Parfitur. 
Berlin, Ries & Erler. ([Pub. order] 
no. 11264) © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
80ct42; EF12271. 

"Legende vom Prinzen Eugen-, [byj Theodor 
Berger. Op. 11. Partitur. © Universal- 
Edition, Wlen; 23Dec42; EF12261. For 
orchestra. 

BERGER, W. PETERSON. See 
Peterson-Berger, W. 

BERGER, WILLY ENGEL. See 
Engel-Berger, Willy. 

BERGH, ARTHUR. 

The beautiful Land of Nod; three -part 
chorus of women's voices [by] Arthur 
Bergh [words by] Ella Wheeler Wilcox. 
(Octavo edition no. 4150) © Clayton F 
Summy Co., Chicago; 21Mar49; EP35383. 

BERGMAN, BO. 
Vinden och tradet. See Rangstrom, Ture. 
Den morka blomman. 

BERGMAN, MARGUERITE. 
Only in dreams. See Sutton, Gene. 

BERGMANN, WALTER. 
Sonata in G. See Hook, James. Sonatas, 
flute & piano, op. 99. 

BERGMANN, WALTER GEORGE. 
Echos. See Hotteterre, Jacques. 

Petite suite. See Manifold, John Streeter. 

Play and sing with us. See Dinn, Freda. 

Quartet in F. See Telemann, Georg 
Philipp. 

BERGQUIST, ANNA FRANCES, 1896- 
Swan boat time in Boston; words and music 
by Frances B. York [pseud.] [arr. by] 
Edward B. Whittredge. Boston, Bergquist 
Music Co. © Anna Frances Bergquist; 
25Mar49; on arrangement; EP35888. 

[BERGSTROM, GULLI] 
Blombackavalsen gar, vals, text: Gus 
Morris [pseud.], musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud.], arr.: Willard Ringstrand. 
(With his. Pa rak arm och staende fot) 
© Ehrling & Lb'fvenholm a.-b., Stockholm; 
ljan47; EF11806. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 

(Djurgardskvallar) Och allt blev sagt, 
[from] Djurgardskvallar, music [by] 
Kai Gullmar [pseud.], text [by] Berco 
[preud.] © Ehrling & Lofvenholm, AB, 
Stockholm; ljan46; EF11800. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



[BERGSTROM. GULLI] Cont'd. 

(Djurgardskvallar) Vill du bli en riktig 
cowboy, ur Wivefilmen Djurgardskvallar. 
Musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud.], text: Figaro 
[pseud., arr.: Willard Ringstrand] (With. 
his (Hotell Kakbrinken) Jean Sjoman) 
© Ehrhng & Lofvenholm ab, Stockholm; 
ljan46; EF11803. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 

(Hotell Kakbrinken) Jean Sjoman, # 
sjomansvals [ur] filmen Hotell Kakbrinken, 
musik: Kai Gullmar [pseudj, text: 
H. Iseborg. © Ehrling & Lofvenholm Ab, 
Stockholm; ljan46; EF11805. 

(Hotell Kakbrinken) Jean Sjoman [vals, ur 
filmen Hotell Kakbrinken], musik: Kai 
Gullmar [pseud. L text: Harry Iseborg, 
arr. (> av Andrew Walter [pseud.] © Ehrling 
& Lofvenholm ab, Stockholm; ljaji46; on 
arrangement; EF11804. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

Jean Sjoman. See his Hotell Kakbrinken. 

Kilroy-visan, musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud.] 

text: Gosta Bernhard [pseud.] © Ehrling & 

Lofvenholm a. b., Stockholm: ljan48; 

EF11801. 
Och allt blev sagt. See his Djurgardskval- 

lar. 
PS garden stir en musikant, tango, musik: 

Kai Gullmar [pseud.], arr.: W. Ringstrand. 

© Ehrling & Lofvenholm a-b, Stockholm; 

ljan47; EF11798. Piano-conductor score 

(orchestra) and parts. 

Pa rak arm och staende fot; hambo, [by] Kai 
Gullmar [pseud., text:] Gus Morris [pseud., 
arr.: Willard Ringstrand] © Ehrling & 
Lofvenholm a.-b., Stockholm; ljan47, 
EF11807. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

Saj, vill du vill du"? [Vals], text Gus 
Morris [pseud.], musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud.] © Sonora musikforlags AB, 
Stockholm; ljan48; EF11778. 

Vill du bli en riktig cowboy. See his 
DjurgSrdskvallar. 

BERK, FRED. 
Jewish folk dance book. 
Katya. 



See Delakova, 



BERK, KATYA DELAKOVA. See 
Delakova, Katya. 

BERK, MORTY. 
Dreamy old New England moon. See 

Freedman, Max C. 
BERKELEY, LENNOX, 1903- 
*Four poems by St. Teresa of Avila; for 
contralto and string orchestra, music 
by Lennox Berkeley, [poems tr. by Arthur 
Symons] Full score. © J. & W. Chester, 
ltd., London; 3May49; EF13350. 
Introduction and allegro; for solo violin 
[by] Lennox Berkeley [ed. by Ivry Git- 
lisf © J. & W. Chester, ltd., London; 
15Mar49; EF12818. 
BERKOWITZ, ALBERT MAURICE, arr. 
(Dark of the moon) [Arrangements of folk 
music' for the dramatic play, Dark of the 
moon.] Arr. [by] Albert Berkowitz. 
© Albert Maurice Berkowitz; 14Feb49, 
on arrangements, EU159601. Principally 
for chorus, violin, and guitar. Includes 
text of the play. 

BERLAND, SIGMUNT. 
(Vi ahyn sol ich guen?) Where can I go? 
Wo ahin soil ich gehn? Words by Sonny 
Miller & Leo Fuld s original lyric & music 
by Sigmunt Berland. © B. Feldman & Co., 
ltd., London; 10Feb49; on English words; 
EF12767. 

BERLE, MILTON. 
Foolish tears. See Capano, Frank. 
My hot tamale went chilly on me. See 
Loeb, John Jacob. 

The song of long ago. See Silver, Abner. 



BERLIN, IRVING, 1888- 

Annie get your gun; music and lyrics by 
Irving Berlin, book by Herbert and 
Dorothy Fields. © Herbert Fields & 
Dorothy Fields; 4May49; DU19868. 
Libretto. 

(Annie get your gun) Let's go west again; 
words and music by Irving Berlin. [From] 
Annie get your gun. © Irving Berlin; 
29Mar49; EP35301. 

Business for a good girl is bad. gee his. 
Miss Liberty. 

Extra I extra I See his Miss Liberty. 

Give me your tired, your poor. See his 
Miss Liberty. 

Homework. See his Miss Liberty. 

The hon'rable profession of the fourth 

estate. See his Miss Liberty. 
I'm beginning to miss you; fox -trot, [by] 

Irving Berlin, arr. by Johnny Warrington. 

New York, I. Berlin Music Corp. © Irv= 

ing Berlin; 27Jan49; on arrangement; 

EP34157. Piano-conductor score (orches- 

tra, with words) and parts. 
I'm beginning to miss you; words and 

music by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 

10Jan49; EP33273. 
I've got my love to keep me warm; words 

and music by Irving Berlin. New York, 

I. Berlin Music Corp. © Irving Berlin; 

10jan49 (in notice. 1948); on new piano 

xrrangement; EP33274 
Just one way to say, I love you. See his 

Miss Liberty. 
Let's go west again. See his Annie get 

your gun. 

Let's take an old-fashioned walk. See his 
Miss Liberty. 

Little fish in a big pond. See his Miss 
Liberty. 

A man chases a girl until she catches him, 
words and music by Irving Berlin. © Irv- 
ing Berlin; lApr49; EP35498. 

Me an' my bundle. See his Miss Liberty. 

(Miss Liberty) Business for a good girl 
is bad; [from] Miss Liberty, words and 
music by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
31May49; EP37363. 

(Miss Liberty) Extra I extra! Opening 
chorus, [from] Miss Liberty, words and 
music by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
2Jun49; EP37362. 

(Miss Liberty) Give me your tired, your 
poor; [from] Miss Liberty, words and 
music by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
25May49; EP37636. 

(Miss Liberty) Homework; [from] Miss 
Liberty, words and music by Irving 
Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 17May49; 
EP37215. 

(Miss Liberty) The hon'rable profession 
of the fourth estate; [from] Miss Liberty, 
words and music by Irving Berlin. 
© Irving Berlin; 2Jun49; EP37361. 

(Miss Liberty) Just one way to say, I love 
you; [from] Miss Liberty, words and music 
by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
18May49; EP37114. 

(Miss Liberty) Just one way to say I 
love you; [from] Miss Liberty, words 
and music by Irving Berlin. A Johnny 
Warrington arrangement. New York, I. 
Berlin Music Corp. © Irving Berlin; 
26May49; on arrangement; EP37709. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

(Miss Liberty) Let's take an old-fashioned 
walk; [from] Miss Liberty, words and 
music by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
25May49 (in notice: 1948); EP37214. 

(Miss Liberty) Little fish in a big pond; 
[from] Miss Liberty, words and music 
by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
18May49; EP37112. 



(Miss Liberty) Me an' my bundle; [from] 
Miss Liberty, words and music by Irving 
Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 18May49; 
EP37111. 

(Miss Liberty) The most expensive statue 
in the world; [from] Miss Liberty, 
words and music by Irving Berlin. 
© Irving Berlin; 31May49; EP37364. 

(Miss Liberty) Only for Americans; [from] 
Miss Liberty, words and music by 
Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 25May49; 
EP37213. 

(Miss Liberty) Paris wakes up and smiles; 
[from] Miss Liberty, words and music by 
Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 17May49; 
EP37212. 

(Miss Liberty) The policemen's ball; 
[from] Miss Liberty, words and music 
by Irving Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 
18May49; EP37113. 

(Miss Liberty) What do I have to do to get 
my picture in the paper? [From] Miss 
Liberty, words and music by Irving 
Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 2Jiin49; 
EP37360. 

(Miss Liberty) You can have him; [from] 
Miss Liberty, words and music by Irving 
Berlm. © Irving Berlin; 3jun49, on 
changes in words & music; EP37635. 

(Miss Liberty) You can have him; from 
Miss Liberty, words and music by Irving 
Berlm. © Irving Berlm; 13jun49; 
EP37711. 

The most expensive statue in the world. 
See his Miss Liberty. 

Only for Americans. See his Miss Liberty. 

Paris wakes up and smiles. See his Miss 
Liberty. 

The policemen's ball. See his Miss Liberty. 

(Stars on my shoulders) What can you do 
with a general? [F^rom] Stars on my 
shoulders, words and music by Irving 
Berlin. © Irving Berlin; 21Apr49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP36281. 

What can you do with a General? See his 
Stars on my shoulders. 

What do I have to do to get my picture in 
the paper? See his Miss Liberty. 

You can have him. See his Miss Liberty. 

BERLIOZ, HECTOR, 1803-1869. 
~Veni, Creator Spiritus; [by] Hector 
Berlioz, organ score arr. by Herbert 
Zipper. (The Arthur Jordan Conserva- 
tory of Music choral series, no. 13) 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 
New York; 28Dec48; on arrangement, 
EP32522. 

BERMAN, ARTHUR. 
Stop the music. See Goodhart, Al. 

Strolling. See Day, Robert. 

BERMAN, IRVING. 
Wrapped up in a dream, by William Best 
[and] Irving Berman. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 17Dec48; EP33317. 

[BERMAN, STEPHEN ALEXANDER] 1929- 
Until the stars fade away [by Stephen 
Alexander Berman, Lois Sheila Margil 
and Herbert Levine, words by Stephen 
Alexander Berman] © Stephen Berman 
& Lois Margil; 18Jan49; EP34392. 

BERMEJO, FELIPE. 
Paloma brava; cancion ranchera, letra y 
musica de Felipe Bermejp. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13231. 

BERNADOTTE, WILHELM, prince. 
Som du kan ingen kyssa mina ogon I See 
Casserman, Hjalmar. 

Violetta tulpaner. See Casserman, 
Hjalmar. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BERNAL, CLIFF. 
Blue ocean. See Kila, Alan. 
The day of the big luau. See Kaai, Bernie 

Keokl. 
The hula oni oni e. See Cambria, Joaquin. 

My Hawaiian lullaby. See Kaai, Bernie 

Keoki. 
Puu wai. See Kaai, Berni Keoki. 



BERNARD, AL. 
Fairweather sweetheart. 



See Singer, Murray. 



BERNARD, FELDC. 
Winter wonderland, with incidental soprano 
or tenor solo; words by Dick Smith, 
music by Felix Bernard, arr. by Leo 
Arnaud. Transcribed for mixed chorus by 
Charles Naylor. © Bregman. Vocco & 
Conn, inc., New York; 14Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP34076. 

BERNARD, GUY, pseud . See 
Delapierre, Guy Bernard. 

BERNARD, WHITEY. 
The silver Shenandoah, by Dick Rogers, 
W. A. Timm and Whitey Bernard. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein 6 Co.. inc., New 
York; HFeb49; EP34371. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

BERNHARD, EMIL, pseud . See 
Conn, Emil. 

BERNHARD ; ,GOSTA, pseud . See 
Byhmar, Go'sta. 

[BERNHARDT, STfiPHANE] 
Reve dans la foret; paroles de Jeangerard 
[pseud.], musique de Steve Bernard 
[pseud.] © Smyth, editeur, Paris; 
30Nov48; EF12551. 

BERNIER, RENE, 1905- 
Presages; [by] Rene Bernier, poemes 
d' Aug. Marin. © A. Cranz, d.b.a. 
Editions A. Cranz, Bruxelles; 22Mar49; 
EF12799. For voice and piano. 

"Prieres chantees. Gebedszangen. Pour 
une voix ou choeur a l'unisson et piano 
ou orgue, [by] Rene Bernier, poemes de 
Maurice Careme. Nederlandsche Bewerk 
ing van Jan L. Broeckx. © Editions A. 
Cranz, Bruxelles; 16Dec47; EF12039. 

'Sortileges ingenus; [by] Rene Bernier, 
poemes de Maurice Careme. © Editions 
A« Cranz, Bruxelles; 1. recueil, 16Dec47; 
EF12038. Score: SA and piano. 

Trois interludes pour harpe [by] R. 
Bernier. © Edition Cranz, Bruxelles 
(in notice: A. Cranz); 15Dec47; EF12155. 

BERNIER, SARAH. 
Duet. See Buck, Ronald. 

BERNSTEIN, LEONARD, 1918- 
*Four anniversaries, 1948. For the 
piano by Leonard Bernstein. © G. 
Schirmer inc., New York; 28Dec48- 
EP33832. 

BERQUIER, GERMAINE. 
Amours banales. See Lafarge, Guy. 

La petite robe bleu marine. See Bohne, 
Walter. 

BERRY, BOBBY. See 
Berry, Pauline Magdaline. 

BERRY, PAULINE MAGDALINE. 
Dreaming dreams. See Mule, Louis. 

BERTAL, pseud . See 
Bloch, Marcel. 

BERTINI, UMBERTO. 
Natalel See Chiesa, Virgilio. 

Serenatella a mamma. See Ravasini, Nino. 

T'aspetto a Mergellina. See Gurrieri, 
Alfredo. 



BERTHAND, ROGER. 
Sur un vieux banc. See Delettre, Jean. 

BERUMEN, ERNESTO. 
Seguidilla. See La Forge, Frank. 

BERWALD, WILLIAM. 
To the night; four-part song for men's 
voices; [by] William Berwald, [words by] 
Theodor Korner, English translation by 
Earl E. Sperry. (Part-songs for men's 
voices, no. 332-40012) © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Philadelphia; 20May49; EP37095. 

BESSE, JACQUES, 1921- 
Van Gogh; reduction, piano, de la musique 
du film, partition de Jacques Besse. 
© Royalty, editions musicales, Paris; 
6May49; EU166672. 

BEST, WILLIAM. 
Let's give love another chance; words and 
music by Deek Watson [and] William 
Best. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
29Apr49; EP36533. 
Wrapped up in a dream. See Berman, 
Irving. 
See also Bogzester, William. 

BEST, WILLIAM THOMAS 1826-1897. 
The art of organ playing, [by] W. T. Best, 
selected, arr. and ed. by Donald Willing. 
© Southern Music Co. San Antonio- 
15Jun49; on editing & fingering; EP37675. 

BETANCOURT, HUMBERTO. 
El parrandero; ranchera, letra y musica 
de Humberto Betancourt.^ © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13219. 

BETHANCOURT, JOSE. 
A bit of old Mexico. See Anderson, Gloria A. 



BETHELL, MAE. 
With regrets, I'm not yours. 
David. 



See Hall, 



BETHKE, WILLIAM. 
Heart's desire, I love you. See Hall, 
David. 

BEUL, ARTUR. 
Der alte Orgelmann; Foxtrot, Text & 

Musik: Artur Beul. © Edifo, s.a., 

Zurich; 28Dec48; EF13256. 
Angela. See his Weisses Gold. 
Ja bei uns im Tirol. See his Weisses Gold. 

Mach's doch au wie d'Sunne-uhr, foxtrot. 

Text und musik von Artur Beul. © Edit. 

Edifo, s. a., Music Publishers, Zurich, 

Switzerland; ljun46; EF12804. 
Underneath the linden tree. Regenpfeiffer 

sing dein lied. Lyric by Dick Manning, 

music by Artur Beul. © Southern Music 

Publishing Co., inc., New York; 20Oct48; 

on English words; EP34195. 
(Weisses Gold) Angela; aus dem Tonfilm 

Weisses Gold, Worte und Musik [bvl 

Arthur Beul. © Edifo, s. a., Zurich; 

28Dec48; EF13254. 
(Weisses Gold) Ja bei uns im Tirol; aus 

dem Tonfilm Weisses Gold, Worte und 

Musik [by] Arthur Beul. © Edifo, s. a., 

Zurich; 28Dec48; EF13255. 

BEVENOT, LAURENCE. 
The Proper of the mass. See Catholic 
Church. 

BEVERIN, NANCY D. 
Lucky star waltz. See Hoven, George. 

Slow boat waltz. See Hoven, George. 

BEVERLEY, FRED. 
Prairie lullaby; written and composed by 
Monty Baxter & Fred Beverley. © Monty 
Baxter & Fred Beverley; ljan49; EF12325. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation. 



BEYER, EMIL. 
Preludio serioso; in D minor, by Emil 
Beyer. © Emil Beyer: 15Feb49; 
EU157429. Score: orchestra. 

BIAL, MORRISON D. 
Israel rebornl See Binder, Abraham Wolf. 

BIANCHINO, JOSEPH, 1925- 
(§onatina, piano accordion, no. 1) 
Sonatina no. 1; by Joseph Bianchino. (Ed. 
of selected compositions for piano 
accordion, no. 9917) © O. Pagani & Bro., 
inc., New York; 24Feb49; EP37243. 

BIANCOLLI, LOUIS. 
See The Victor book of operas. 

BIASE, EDOARDO DI. See 
Di Biase, Edoardo. 

BIBO, IRVING. 
Let her go; words and music by Tommy 
Tucker, Kerwin Somerville [and] 

iment by Lindsay 
New 
York; 3lDec48; EP32827 



[Arrangeme 
McPhail] © Stasny Music Corp. 



Irving Bibo. 



BICKERSTETH, EDWARD H. 
Come ye yourselves apart and rest. 
See Dearie, Edward. 

BICKFORD VAHDAH OLCOTT, 1885- 
Album of Negro spirituals; for guitar 
transcriptions by Vahdah Olcott Biclcford. 
Op. 136. Hollywood, Calif., American 
Guitar Society. © Vahdah Olcott Bick- 
ford- v. 1, 3Jun49, on transcriptions; 
EP37382 

BICKLEY, BEULAH VICK. 
The same star shines. See Steen, Julian S. 

BIDDLE, LOUREIDE J 
El burrito. [The little burro] By Loureide 
J. Biddle. © Clayton F. Summy Co., Chi- 
cago; 9May49; EP36968. For piano; with 
words. 

BIELAT JOSEPH HENRY, 1916- 
Bi-de-boom, that's how my heart beats for 
you; words & music by Joseph H. Bielat. 
© Joseph Henry Bielat; 5Jan49; EP32823. 

BIELSKI, WALTER JOSEPH 1918- 
Midget, march, music by Wally Joe Bielski. 
(Wally Toe Bielski accordion series, 
no. 101) © Walter Joseph Bielski; 6jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP33709. For accordion. 

BIERBAUM, O. J. 
Den svarta lutan. See Ralf , Einar. 

BIERE, LEWIS W. 
Won't you be my girl? See Carleton, 
Robert Louis. 

BIERMAN, BERNARD. 

After what you said last night. See 
Graham, Johnny. 

In an old cathedral town , by Jack Manus 
[and] Bernard Bierman. © Campbell 
Music, inc., New York, 27Apr49, 
EP36248. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

BIESCHKE, HELEN. 
I never believed in love. See Hall, David. 

BIGELOW, ARTHUR LYNDS. 
English type carillonic bells, their history 
and music. 69 p. Ulus. (Music from 
the belfry, 1) © Schulmerich Electronics, 
inc., Sellersville. Pa.: 10Mar49: A30922. 

BIGGERS, WILLIAM WATTS, 1927- 
I love you ev'ry bit; words and music 
by W. Watts Biggers. © William Martin 
Watts Biggers; 6Jun49; EP37523. Melody 
and chord symbols, with words. 

BIGGS, BUNNY, d.,1948. 
I waltz alone; by Bunny Biggs. © Acuff- 
Rose Publications, Nashville; 4Mar49; 
EP35378. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 



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BIGGS, EDWARD GEORGE POWER. 
Prelude and fugue in C major. See 

Krebs, Johann Ludwig. 
Sinfonia, chorale and variation. See 
Bach, Johann Sebastian. Christ lag in 
Todesbanden. 

BIGGS, RICHARD KEYS. 
The Lord's prayer; S.A.T.B. [by] Richard 
Keys Biggs. (Edition [no.] 8472) © J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York; l]un49; on 
arrangement; EP37646. 
The Lord's prayer; S.S.A., [by] Richard 
Keys Biggs. (Edition [no.] 8471) © J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York; ljun49; on 
arrangement; EP37647. 

BILLI-KEN, pseud . See 
Kessell, Gervasio. 

BILLIS, ANNE. 
Query. See Hall, David. 

BILTON, ERNEST. 
Freedom's hour. See Rowley, Alec. 

BINDER, ABRAHAM WOLF, 1895- 
Ani ma-amin. Song of Faith, for male 
voices. T.T.B.B. with piano ace. English 
adaptation by Olga Paul, folk song arr. by 
A. W. Binder. (Choral edition, 1096) 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 19Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP35962. 
Israel reborn! Choral poem for baritone 
solo, mixed chorus, speaking voices and 
ace. (piano or organ) music by A. W. 
Binder, poem by Morrison D. Bial. New 
York, Bloch Pub. Co. © Young Men's 
& Young Women's Hebrew Assn., New 
York; ljan49; EP33792. 

Rad halayah. The night descends. A hora. 
Arr. for voice and piano by A. W. Binder. 
(Shirei Tzion sheet music, no. 7) © Zion- 
ist Organization of America, New York; 
13Dec48; on arrangement: EP33880. Words 
in Hebrew (transliterated) 

Shir ha-emek. See Lavri, M. 

Shir haligyonot. See Zaira, M. 

"BING CROSBY'S IRISH SONG COLLECTION; 
[comp. by Karl Bradley] © Edwin H. 
Morris & Co., inc., New York; 10Feb49; 
EP34754. 

BINGE, RONALD. 
Catari! catari! See CardiUo. S. 

The red sombrero; piano solo [by] Ronald 
Binge. © Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London; 25Mar49; on arrangement; 
EF12827. 

Tales of the three blind mice; a nursery 
fantasy by Ronald Binge. © Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London; 14Feb49; 
EF12521. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

BINGHAM, SETH. 
The canticle of the sun; cantata for chorus 
of mixed voices with soil ad lib. and ace. 
for organ or orchestra, the text by Saint 
Francis of Assist, [tr. by Paschal Robin- 
son] the music by Seth Bingham. Op. 52. 
© The H. W. Gray Co., Inc., New York; 
14Apr49, EP35997. Organ vocal score. 

The Christmas man; carol for soprano 
solo and mixed chorus, a cappella, [by] 
Seth Bingham, [words by] John Underwood 
Stephens. (Carol and anthems, 8477) 
© J. Fischer & Bro., New York; ljun49; 
EP37648. 

New England woman; chorus of women s 
voices, S.A., with piano ace, [by] Seth 
Bingham. [Words by] Joan Murray. 
(Edition 8429) © J. Fischer & Bro., New 
York; 17Jan49; EP34363. 

BINKLEY, FLORENCE FENDER. 
My music drawing book in a learning music 
program: by Florence Fender Binkley. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 6Dec48; 
AA102243. 



My music writing book in a learning music 
program, by Florence Fender Binkley. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 6Dec48; 
AA102242. 

BIRCH, RICHARD. 
Promise you will be mine, words and music 
by Richard Birch. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33196. 

Sad and blue for someone. See Buck, 
Ronald. 

BIRCSAK, THUSNELDA. 
A brief Spanish romance, by Thusnelda 
Bircsak. New York, Creative Music 
Publishers. © William O'Toole; 29Jan49; 
EP34067. For piano. 

Jolly frogs, by Thusnelda Bircsak. New 

York, Creative Music Publishers. 

© William O'Toole; 29Jan49; EP34071. 

For piano. 
Spring greeting; three-part song for 

women's voices, S.S.A., a cappella, 

words and music by Thusnelda Bircsak. 

(Three part songs, no. 332-40007) 

© Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 

15Mar49; EP35359. 
Swiss country dance; by Thusnelda Bircsak. 

New York, Creative Music Publishers. 

© William O'Toole; 29Jan49; EP34151. 

For piano. 

BIRDWELL, LILLIAN EDNA. 
Once upon a time. See Baumgartner, 
Marguerite. 

BISHOP, A. L. 
Galop. See Offenbach, Jacques. 
Santa Lucia. See Inman, Alexander. 

BISHOP, GEORGE BENJAMIN, 1924- 
Love to you; words and music by George 
B. Bishop. © George Benjamin Bishop; 
lApr49 (in notice- 1948); EP35957. 

BISHOP, Sir_ HENRY ROWLEY, 1786-1855. 
Home, sweet home; words by John Howard 
Payne, music by Sir Henry R. Bishop. 
An Iden arrangement. (Barber shop har- 
mony, no. 1007) © Christian Music Pub- 
lishing Co., Mt. Vernon, Ohio; HApr49; 
on arrangement; EP36109. Close score: 
TTBB. 

BISHOP, WALTER. 
Bop! goes my heart. See Styne, Jule. 

BITGOOD, ROBERTA. 
Be still, and know that I am God, sacred 
song by Roberta Bitgood. [Words from 
the Psalms] © The H. W. Gray Co., inc., 
New York; 14Jan49; EP33971. 

BITSCH, MARCEL 1921- 
Divertissement; [by] Marcel Bitsch, 
pour flute, hautbois, clarinette et basson. 
© Alphonse Leduc et cie, Paris; 15Jan49; 
EF12696. Miniature score. 

"(Etudes, bassoon) Vingt etudes; [by] 
Marcel Bitsch. © Alphonse Leduc & 
cie, Paris; 3Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EF13458. 

BIVINS, ETTA B 
My guiding light, words and music by Etta 
B. Blvins. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
HoUywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; EP33195. 

BIZET, GEORGES, 1838-1875. 
Agnus Dei; [by] Bizet, arr. by Gerard 
Alphenaar. Hammond and pipe organ 
registration. (Organ library, no. 86) 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 26Apr49; on arrangement; EP36295. 
(Carmen) Danse boheme [by] Bizet. Adap- 
tation for trumpet by Rafael Mendez, arr. 
by Charles Koff. © Charles Koff & Rafael 
G. Mendez, d.b.a. Rafael Mendez Trumpet 
Solos, Los Angeles; 7Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34472. Score (trumpet and piano) 
and part. 



(Carmen) On the farm; adapted from 
Habanera [from] Carmen, adaptation 
and lyric by Albert Gamse. [Arrange- 
ment by Ben Kendall] © Bregman, Vocco 
& Conn, inc., New York; 8Jun49; EP37562. 
For piano, with words. 

Danse boheme. .Seejiis Carmen. 

Galop; from the Petite suite, Jeux d'enfants 
[by] Georges Bizet, arr. by Joan Lovell. 
© The Oxford University Press, London; 
6Jan49 (in notice: 1948); on arrangement; 
EF12848. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

Lamb of God. Agnus Dei. Sacred song, 
with piano or organ ace, by Georges 
Bizet, [ed. by Edward S. Breck] ([Pub. 
order no.] S7656) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 7Apr49, on editing; EP36219. 

On the farm. See his Carmen. 

BJORKLAND, NILS, d. 1947. 
Burlesk; [by] Nils Bjorkland, arrangor-, Stig 
Rybrant. © Ab Nordiska Musikforlaget, 
Stockholm; lApr48, EF11890. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 
Cavatina; [by] Nils Bj6rkander ; vlollnsolo 
med orkester, arrangemang ' Sven Skold. 
© A. b. Nordiska musikforlaget, Stock- 
holm- ljan47; EF11779. Score (violin and 
piano) and parts for orchestra. 

(Gllmtar) Dahslek, [from] Gllmtar, for 
piano, [by] NUs Bjprkander. ©Abr.. 
Lundquist, muslkforlag, Stockholm; 
ljan38; EF11912. 

"(Gllmtar) Pastoral, J[f rom ] Glimtar. for 
piano, [by] Nils Bjprkander. © Abr. 
Lundquist, muslkforlag, Stockholm, 
ljan38; EF11911. 

Romans; by Nils Bjo'rkander, arrangor: 
Sven Skold. © A. b. Nordiska musikfor- 
laget, Stockholm; ljan36; EF11891. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

BJORKMAN, RUNE. 
Rio Tinto; tango [by] Rune Bjorkman, 
text: Dix Dennie [pseud.], arrangemang: 
Sune Waldimir [pseud.] © A.-b. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm; ljan47; on ar- 
rangement; EF12770. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with Swedish 
words. 
Rio Tinto; text: Dix Dennie, [pseud.] musik: 
Rune Bjorkman. © A. B. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm; ljan47; EF 12775. 
For voice and piano. 

BJORKMAN, SVEN. 

(Pipor i vassen) Dans pS rosor [from] 
Pipor 1 vassen, visor, av Sven Bjorkman, 
[arr.: Gunnar Hahn] © Nils-George 
musikfbrlags, ab, Stockholm; ljan48, 
EF11889. 

(Pipor i vassen) Dans pa rosor; vals, ur 
serien Pipor i vassen, text och musik: 
Sven Bjorkman, arrangemang^ Gunnar 
Hahn. © Nils-Georgs musikforlags ab, 
Stockholm; ljan48; on arrangement; 
EF11892. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

(Pipor i vassen) Sju sjosjuka sjoman, 
[from] Pipor i vassen, visor av Sven 
Bjorkman, [arr.: Gunnar Hahn] © Nils- 
Georgs musikforlags, ab, Stockholm; 
ljan48; EF11895. 

(Pidot i vassen) Sju sjosjuka sjoman; 
sjomansvals, ur serien Pipor i vassen, 
text och musik; Sven Bjorkman, arrange- 
mang: Gunnar Hahn. © Nils-Georgs 
musikforlags, ab, Stockholm; ljan48, 
on arrangement, EF11894. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts, with 
words'. 

BJjbRNSON, BJjORNSTJERNE. 
Fra Monte Pincio. See Mortensen, Otto. 

BJORNSON, MARTIN. 
Come ye yourselves apart and rest. 
See Dearie, Edward. 



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BJORNSON, MARTIN. Cont d. 

In God. my Savior; [from] Zinck's Koralbog, 
arr. [by] M. Bjornson, anon. Danish 
[words] tr. [by] C. Doving. (Choral 
library [no.] 1076) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 20Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP35550. Close score: chorus 
(SATB) 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt. See Christiansen, 
Frederik Melius. 

holiest eve; [by] M. Biornson, [words by] 
Hans Reynolds, tr. [by] B. J. Rothnem. 
(Choral library [no.J 1075) © Augsburg 
Publishing House, Minneapolis; 20Dec48; 
EP35549. Close score- chorus (SATB) 

BLACHER, BORE, 1903- 
Die Flut; Kammeroper in einem Akt von 
Heinz von Cramer, Musik von Boris 
Blacher. Op. 24. The tide; chamber- 
opera in one act by Heinz von Cramer, 
music by Boris Blacher. Klavierauszug 
von Johannes O. Hasse, Englische Uber- 
setzung [by] Dorothy de Reeder. © Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock, Berlin; 10May47; EF1198Q 
Piano-vocal score. 

"Die Nachtschwalbej draxnatisches Nocturno 
von Frietirich Wolf, Musik von Boris 
Blacher. Op. 27. © Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin; 10Dec47; DP18041. Libretto. 

Die Nachtschwalbe; dramatisches Notturno 
von Friedrich Wolf, Musik von Boris 
Blacher. Op. 27. Klavierauszug von 
Johannes O. Hasse. © Ed. Bote & G. 
Bock, Berlin; 2lMar49 (in notice: 1947); 
EU161731. Piano-vocal score. 

BLACHFORD, FRANK E 1879- 

The Blachford violin class book; [by 
Frank E. Blachford] © Gordon V. 
Thompson, ltd., Toronto; 31Dec48; 
EF11615. 

BLACK, AL. 
For you and yesterday. See Janusz, Henry A. 

BLACK, JOHN STEWART. 

Who 11 be the next one to cry over you? 
By Johnny S. Black, [arr. by George Cole] 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 
New York, 14Apr49; on arrangement, 
EP35941. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

Who'll be the next one to cry over you? 
Fox -trot, by Johnny S. Black, arr. by 
George Cole. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 23Jun49; on arrange- 
ment, EP37939. Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

BLACK, STANLEY. 
Forgive me for dreaming. See his Third 
time lucky. 
Hoppity blue. See Ms. The small voice. 

Marahuana; by Stanley Black. © Campbell- 
Connelly, inc., London; 2Jun49; EP37317. 
For piano. 

Rustic samba; by Stanley Black. © Camp- 
bell-Connelly, inc., New York; 27Apr49; 
EP36509. For piano. 

(The small voice) Hoppity blue; from the 
film The small voice, music by Stanley 
Black, words by Johnny Brandon. 
© Campbell-Connelly, inc., New York; 
28Feb49; EP34562. 

(Third time lucky) Forgive me for dream- 
ing, [from] Third time lucky; lyric by 
Gerald Butler, music by Stanley Black. 
© Campbell-Connelly, inc., New York; 
31Jan49; EP34009. 

BLACK, MRS . WAYNE. 
I made a wish tonight. See Hall, David. 

BLACKMORE, CARL A 1904- 

New joy in service songs, no. 5. C. A. 
Blackmore [and] Carl Blackmore, com- 
pilers; Carl Blackmore, music editor. 
Erie, Pa., Blackmore & Son, [n.d.] 
Partial contents separately registered: 
EP34830. 



Some golden daybreak; [by] Carl Blackmore 
[words by] C. A. Blackmore. (In his New 
joy in service songs, no. 5. p. 10) 
© Blackmore & Son, Erie, Pa.; 10Oct34; 
EP34830. Hymn, with words. 

BLAHA, VACLAV, 1901- 

The blue skirt waltz; by Vaclav Blaha. 
Piano accordion solo arr. by Joe Trolli. 
New York, Mills Music. © R. A. Dvorsky; 
28Mar49; on arrangement; EP35784. 

The blue skirt waltz; ^words by Mitchell 
Parish, music by Vaclav Blaha, arr. by 
Johnny Warrington. New York, Mills 
Music. © R. A. Dvorsky; 10Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP35782. Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

The blue skirt waltz; ^words by Mitchell 
Parish; music by Vaclav Blaha, fox trot 
arrangement by Johnny Warrington. New 
York, Mills Music. © R. A. Dvorsky; 
30Mar49; on arrangement; EP35783. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

The blue skirt waltz;^words by Mitchell 
Parish, music by Vaclav Blaha. New 
York, Mills Music. © R. A. Dvorsky; 
21Jul48; on English lyric & revision of 
music; EP35785. 

Sukynka; valcikova pisen [by] Vaclav Blaha. 
( With his Vcera isem te cekala. [Pub. 
order noj 362/3) © R. A. Dvorsky, Praha; 
2Feb44; EF11608. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

VSera jsem te 2ekala; pochodova pisnicka 
[by] Vaclav Blaha. ([Pub. order no.] 
362/3) © R. A. Dvorsky, Praha; 2Feb44; 
EF11609. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

BLAIR, CHARLES H 1905- 

In the beautiful Colorado hills, words and 
music by Charles H.- Blair. © Charles 
H. Blair; 22Mar49; EP36146. 

BLAIR, VTNNIE ELIZABETH ROWE. See 
Rowe-Blair, Vinnie Elizabeth. 

BLAISING, JOSEPH PHILIP. 
The continental caprice; a fantasy for 
orchestra based on Lord Byron s poem 
Childe Harold, by Joseph P. Blaising. 
© Joseph Philip Blaising, 8Jun49, 
EU169697. Score. 

[BLAKE, ALBERT WEBSTER] 
I'm goin' for a ride on a sunbeam; words 
and music by Albert Webster [pseud.] 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Nov48; EP32882. 

BLAKE, EUBIE. 
Memories of you; lyric by Andy Razaf, 
music by Eubie Blake, arr. by Johnny War- 
rington. © Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., 
New York, 5Apr49, on orchestration, 
EP36177. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

BLAKE, GEORGE. 

Prelude. See Liadov, Anatolii 
Konstantinovich . 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us; anthem 
for mixed voices, S.A.B., [by] George 
Blake. Anonymous [wordsjjsacred 
choruses, no. 332-40002) © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Philadelphia; 13May49; EP36905. 

The summer days are come again; words 
by Samuel Longfellow, music by George 
Blake. © Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia, 
8Mar49; EP34980. 
BLAKE, LEONARD JAMES. 

Consecration. Qui laborat orat. Anthem 
for Harvest, Industrial Sunday, and general 
use [by] Leonard Blake, [words bylC. A. 
Allngton, based on Ecclesiastlcus 38. 
(Easy anthems, E. 52) © The Oxford 
Univ. Press, London; 17Mar49; EF12944. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and organ; English 
words. 



In praise of wisdom; for treble voices and 
organ, [by] Leonard Blake, [words from] 
Proverbs 3:13-17. (Modern anthems, 125) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
2Jun49; EF13561. 

BLAKE, SARAH SWAN WELD. 
Once in a thousand years. See Swift, Newton. 

BLAKE, WILLIAM. 
The Shepherd. See Bristol, Lee Hastings. 

BLAND, JAMES A 1854-1911. 

Carry me back to old Virginny; by James 
A. Bland, Simplified arrangement for 
piano four hands by Louis Sugarman. 
(In Sugarman, Louis, arr. Marks' sim- 
plified piano duet album, p. 26-27) 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 15Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34344. 

BLANDING, DON. 
Haunted heart. See Fox, Oscar J. 

BLANE, RALPH. 
My dream is yours. See Warren, Harry. 

(One Sunday afternoon) Girls were made to 
take care of boys, from the picture One 
Sunday afternoon; words and music by 
Ralph Blane, scored by Jerry Sears, 
F orig. © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 3Jan49; on arrangement; EP33613. 
Score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

Someone like you. See Warren, Harry. 
My dream is yours. 

BLASI, JOHN. 
How about me? See Springer, Rudolph. 

BLAUFUSS, WALTER, d.1945. 
My isle of golden dreams; music by Walter 
Blaufuss, arr. for organ by Charles R. 
Cronham. © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 17May49; on arrangement; EP36993. 

BLAZHEVICH, VLADISLAV MIKHAILOVICH, 
1881- 

"Advanced method for trombone; by V. 
Blazevich, tr. from the Russian by Jacob 
Shapiro, ed. by M. F. Wolfsont. © As- 
sociated Music Publishers, inc., New 
York (in notice: Russian-American Music 
Publishers, inc.); pt. 1, 29Jun48- on Eng- 
lish translation of text, editing & introd.; 
EP37743. 

BLICHMANN, HENRIK, 1914- 

Jeg er den sidste turist l Europa; af Henrik 

Blichmann [tekst ] Mogens Dam. © Wil- 

helm Hansen musik -forlag, Kobenhavn, 

2Sep48; EF12364. For voice and piano. 



BLINN, HELEN G. 
Living in a memory. 



See Hall, David. 



[BLITZ, LEONARD] 1901- 

The bells of home; words and music by 
Don Pelosi, Harold Fields and Leo 
Towers [pseudj © Francis, Day & Hunter, 
ltd., London; 8Dec48; EF12026. 

Is it too late? See White, Michael. 

Out of a prayer. See Dash, Irwin. 

Roses from the sky. See Pelosi, Domonic. 

BLITZSTEIN, MARC, 1905- 
The guests; ballet suite [by] Marc Blitz- 
stein. Piano score. © Marc Blitzstein; 
26Jan49; on changed & added music; 
EU154474. 

BLOCH, MARCEL. 
Aguardare. See Calle, Oscar. 

Como una leyenda. See Calle, Oscar. 

[BLOCH, PHILIPPE -GERARD] 1924- 
Amour defunt, paroles de Flavien Monod, 
musique de M. Phillippe-Gerard [pseud.] 
& Flavien Monod. © Ste. ame. fse. 
Chappell, Paris, 16Nov48; EF11728. 



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[BLOCH, PHILIPPE -GERARD] 1924- Cont'd 

Pour moi toute seule. See Lafarge, 
Guy Pierre Marie. 

Un p'tit air dans la caboche; paroles de 
Francis Lemarque [pseud.], musique de 
M. Philippe-Gerard [pseud] et Francis 
Lemarque. Paris, Vianelly, en vente 
aux Editions R. Breton. © France- Music 
Co.; 25Jan49; EF12290. 

Un ..deux ..trois! Paroles et musique de 
Guy Lafarge et M. Philippe -Gerard 
[pseud.] © Le Chant du monde, Paris; 
24jun48;EF12538. 

Viens dans mon p'tit bistrot; "paroles de 
Flavien Monod & M. Philippe-Gerard 
[pseud.], musique de M.^Philippe-Gerard 
& Flavien Monod. © Ste. ame. fse. 
Chappell, Paris, 16Nov48, EF11730. 

BLOCH, RAY. 
Hohokus, N. J. See McGrane, Paul. 

Take it or leave it, theme of the Eversharp 
radio program, words and music by Ray 
Bloch. © Famous Music Corp., New 
York; 31Dec48; EP33282. 

BLODGETT, BEA. 
When you said "I do". See Hall, David. 

BLOHM, SVEN. 
"(Liten partita, string orchestra) Liten 
partita. Heine Partita. Little partita. 
[By] Sven Blohm. © A.-b. Carl Gehrmans 
musikforlag, Stockholm; ljan42; EF12233. 
Score and parts. 

BLOMBERG, ERIK. 
Fyra kinesiska sanger. See Pergament, 

Moses. 
Tva sanger. See Nordqvist, Gustaf . 
Tva sanger. See Paulson, Gustaf. 

BLOMBERG, HARRY. 
For syndaskarn och dygdeljus. See 
Norlen, Hakan. 

BLOMDAHL, KARL BIRGER. 
(Concerto, violin) Konsert; [by] Karl- 

Birger Blomdahl. Partitur. © Karl- 

Birger Blomdahl; 31Mar49; EU163057. 

Score: violin and string orchestra. 
(Vaknatten) Teatermusik no. 1; [from] 

Vaknatten [by] Karl-Birger Blomdahl. 

Partitur. © Karl-Birger Blomdahl; 

31Mar49; EU163068. Score: orchestra. 

BLOMQUIST, KURT. 
Is that fun? See Eiworth, Roland. 

Jag ar kar. See Sjogren, Ronald. 

BLOOM, AARON S. 
Ay-ay-ay, gotta love you 'till I die. See 
Kasper, Edwin H. 

BLOOM, RUBE. 
Seeing red and singing blue; the color 
song, lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by 
Rube Bloom. © Bregman, Vocco and 
Conn, inc., New York; 5May49; EP36621. 

BLOOMFIELD, IMOGENE. 
Forever and a day. See Hall, David. 

BLOSS, HIRAM A 1855-1938. 

Shine out as a light-house [by] H. A. Bloss. 
© Kenneth Scott Bloss; 6Jan49 (in notice: 
1947); EP33681. Close score: SATB; 
shape-note notation. 
The straight and narrow way [by] H. A. 
Bloss. © Kenneth Scott Bloss; 6Jan49 
(in notice: 1947); EP33682. Close score: 
SATB; shape -note notation. 
BLOSSOM, HENRY. 
The streets of New York. See Herbert, 
Victor. The red mill. 

BLOWER MAURICE. 
The darkening garden; two-part song with 
pianoforte ace. words anon, music by 
Maurice Blower. (London, J. Curwen, 
New York. G. Schirmer, sole agents for 
U.S.A. (Edition [no.] 72173) ©Maurice 
Blower; 7Mar49; EF12747. 



BLOXHAM, GRACE. 
Sing little children. 
Hickman. 



See Meredith, Isaac 



BLUM, J ROBERT, 1919- 
Don t think it hasn't been heaven; words 
and music by J. Robert Blum. © Carni- 
val Music Co., inc., New York; 5Jan49; 
EP33510. 

[BLUMANN, WARNER] 1917 
Samba samba; Spanish lyric by Manuel 
Salina, English lyric by Bob Howard, 
music by Eddie Warner [pseud.] © Latin 
American Music Publishing Co., ltd., 
London; HMar49; on English and Spanish 
lyrics; EF13017. 

BLUNT, CLIFF. 

Please change your mind* words and music 
by Wiley Walker, Gene Sullivan and Cliff 
Blunt. ( With his Slow marching, sad music) 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
17Aug48; EP34712. 

Slow marching, sad music; words and music 
by Wiley Walker, Gene Sullivan and Cliff 
Blunt. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; 17Aug48; EP34711. 

BOATNER, EDWARD. 

I want Jesus to walk with me; for chorus of 
mixed voices, unacc, Negro spiritual, 
freely arr. by Edward Boatner. (Choruses 
for mixed voices, no. 1735) © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; 8Apr49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36192. 

Soon I will be done; Negro spiritual [arr.] 
by Edward Boatner. © G, Ricordi & Co., 
New York, 13Apr49, EP36185. For voice 
and piano. 

BOBCOCK, DONALD E. 
Songs that live. See Baker, H. E. 

BOBY, LOUIS. 
Turn back the clock. See Wild, George. 

BOCCALARI, E 
Fantasia di concerto, by E. Boccalari, arr. 
with new parts for modern bands by H. R. 
Kent [pseud.] (Carl Fischer universal 
band edition, U850) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 20Dec48; on new parts for 
modern bands; EP32787. Parts . clarinet, 
cornet or baritone & band. 

BOCCHERINI, LUIGI, 1743-1805. 
'(Quintet, 2 violins, viola & 2 violoncellos, 
op. 13, no. 5) Minuet, [from Quintet, by] 
Boccherini, arr. by John Klein. 
Hammond and pipe organ registration. 
(Marks organ library, no. 85) © Ed- 
ward B. Marks Music Corp., New York; 
29Dec48; on arrangement; EP32519. 

BOCHMANN, WERNER, 1900- 
Der Theodor im Fussballtor; ein neues 
Fussballied, Text: Kurt Feltz Musik: 
Werner Bochmann, Akk. bearb. Franz 
Holzfurtner. © Musikvertrieb, A. G., 
Zurich, lSep48; EF13386. 

BOCSKEI, JOSEPH JOHN. 
Dreams for sale. See Hall, David. 

BODDIE, SYLVIA. 
Meeting tonight on the old camp ground. 

i written, composed and] arr. by Sylvia 
3oddie. © Sylvia Boddie Music Studio, 
Chicago; 21Dec48; EP34584. 

BODE, ARNOLD G H 

Dear Lord and Father, anthem for mixed 
voices with medium voice solo, [by] 
Arnold G. H. Bode, [words by] J. G. 
Whittier. (Octavo edition, no. 1461) 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
31Jan49; EP34545. 

They shall beat their swords into plow- 
shares; for four-part chorus of mixed 
voices, with piano or organ ace, S.A.T.B. 
[words from] Isaiah 2:4; 11:9, music by 
Arnold G. H. Bode. (Anthems for general 
use, C.M.6353) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 8Mar49; EP35310. 



[BOELTER, AUSTIN E ] 

Sharing my dreams; words and music by 
Valeria Wynne [pseud.] & Victor Doray 
[pseud] © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP32881. 

BOEPPLE, PAUL. 
Ave Maria. See DePres, Josquin. 
De profundis. See DePres. Josquin. 
Parfons regretz. See Depres, Josquin. 
Plus nulz regretz. See Depres, Josquin. 

Tu solus, qui facis mirabilia. See DePres, 
Josquin. 

BOERGER, BENNY. 
Tonight, my lovely one; words and music 
by Benny Boerger, [arr. by E. E. Wilson] 
Dayton, Ohio, Wilson Music Co. © Wilson 
& Boerger, HMar49; EP34930. 

BOGGS, VERA LUNDY. 
The Reno polka, words and music by Vera 
Lundy Boggs. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32809. 

BOGOSLAVSKY, NIKITA. 
(Two soldiers) Dark is the night, from the 
film Two soldiers; Russian lyrics by V. 
Agatov, English version by Gertrude 
Forster, music by Nikita Bogoslavsky, 
transcribed by Gregory Stone. © Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc., New 
York; 12Mar47; on transcription & English 
version; EP34511. English & Russian 
words. 
(Two soldiers) Kostya the sailor, from the 
film Two soldiers; Russian lyrics by V. 
Agatov, English version by Gertrude 
Forster, music by Nikita Bogoslavsky, 
transcribed by Gregory Stone. © Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc.. New 
York; 12Mar47; on transcription & English 
version; EP34510. English & Russian 
words. 

BOGZESTER, WILLIAM, 1904- 
Habet mishomayim ur'ei. Look from the 
heavens, and behold! Recitative by Cantor 
William Bogzester (Best), piano arrange- 
ment by Morris Barash. New York, 
Bloch Publishing Co. © William Bog- 
zester (Best); 26May49; EP37545. Words 
in Hebrew (transliterated) 

BOHANNON, IRENE REHEIS, 1912- 
Our heavenly Father, Who gave us mothers; 
anthem for Mother s Day, SATB. Words 
and music by Irene Reheis Bohannon. 
[St. Louis, Hunleth Music Co.] © Irene 
Reheis Bohannon; 21Mar49; EP35040. 

BOHM, KARL, 1844-1920. 
Calm as the night; [by] Carl Bohm, arr. 
by E. C. Hamilton. ([Pub. order no.] W. 
1908) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; on arrangement; EP33283. 
Score (flute or clarinet, horn and piano) 
and parts. 

BOHME, DAVE. 
My mistake; words and music by Dave 
Bohme. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; HMar49; EP36373. 

Ride all your troubles away; the gitty-up 
song, words and music by Dave Bohme. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
12Apr49; EP36418. 

Spark of memory; words and music by 
Dave Bohme. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 12Apr49; EP36388. 

BOHME, DAVID. 
Donkey polka. See Allen, Rex. 

Inflation; words and music by Rex Allen 
and David Bohme. © Adams, Vee & 
Abbott, inc., Chicago; 250ct48; EP32563. 

[BOHNE, WALTER] 1907- 
La petite robe bleu marine, paroles de 
Gine Money [pseud.], musique de Jean 
Valbot [pseud] © Editions Auber, 
Paris, 40ct48; EF11685. 



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BOILEAU, HARVEY, 1907- 
Grandpaw sits and he rocks and he fiddles; 
words and music by Harvey Boileau. 
© BMI Canada, ltd., Toronto; 15Jan49; 
EF 12020. 

BOILEAU, HARVEY, 1927- 
If the moon could talk; words and music 
by Harvey Boileau. © Adanac Music Co., 
Toronto; 6Dec48; EF11607. 

BOTVTN, MAURICE, 1919- 
Notre Pere; [by] Maurice Boivin. © Edi- 
tions A. Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 20May49; 
EF13389. For voice and piano. 

BOKINA, ROSE. 
How's for a date. See Hall, David. 

BOLAND, CLAY ALOYSIUS. 

Cowboys and Indians, by Bickley Reichner 
and Clay Boland. © Chas. H. Hansen 
Music Co., New York, 12jan49; EP33296. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Holiday; words by Fred Waring and Moe 
Jaife, music by Clay Boland, arr. by 
Harry Simeone. © Shawnee Press, inc., 
New York; 31Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP34180. Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and 
piano. 

BOLANOS, ALFREDO. 
Por que te fuiste; bolero, de Alfredo 
Bolanos, orquestacion de Evaristo Tafoya. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13227. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

BOLLER, GRACE KROGH. 
The day divine. See Lillenas, Haldor. 

Wonderful story. See Lillenas, Haldor. 

BOLOTESTE, LEONID. 
Dance of the gold and silver fishes. See 
Rimskii-Korsakov, Nikolai Andreevich. 
Sadko. 

BOLZONI, GIOVANNI, 1841-1919. 
ll ruscello; scherzo [by] Giovanni Bolzoni. 
© Carisch, s.a., Milano; 16Dec48; 
EF12437. Score: string orchestra. 

BON, JANET SCOTT. 
Forgotten country road, piano solo by Janet 
Scott Bon. © The Boston Music Co., 
Boston, 18Apr49, EP36186. 

BONANO, MIGUEL. 
Potrero; tango cancion, letra de A. Mara- 
viglia y L. Amoroso, musica de Miguel 
Bonano. © Editorial Argentina de Musica 
Inter nacional, s. r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
30Dec48; EF13056. 

BONAR, HORATIUS. 
I heard the voice of Jesus say. See 
Scholin, Carl Albert. 

BOND, JASPER A. 
Sky gazing. See Hall, David. 

BOND, JOHNNY. 
I can't hide the tears. See Rivers, Jack. 

I don't want you any more, words and music 
by Tex Ritter and Johnny Bond. © Tex 
Ritter Music Publications, inc., New York 
14Mar49; EP34983. 

Red head; by Johnny Bond. © Algonquin 
Music inc., New York; 7Apr49; EP35670. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

That's right. See Browne, Bradford. 

Time will tell; words and music by Johnny 
Bond. © Peer International Corp. , New 
York; 180ct48; EP34718. 

What would you do if you were me? 
See Rose, Fred. 

BONE, GENE. 
Prayer of a waiting world. See Fenton, 
Howard. 



BONETT, EMERY. 
Take the sun. See Rota, Nino. The glass 

mountain. 
Wayfarer's song. See Lambelet, Vivien. 
The glass mountain. 

BONFILS, KJELD. 
Mighty dirty, [by] Kjeld Bonfils, arrange- 
mang- Gosta Thesellus. © A.-B. 
Nordiska muslkforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljan46; EF11780. Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

BONKOSKI, EDWARD, 1906- arr . 

"Slovenian and Polish dances; comp. and 

arr. by Edward Bonkoski. A. A. A. 

notation. (AMPCO library, no. 823) 

© Accordion Music Publishing Co., 

New York; 24Jan49; EP34055. 

BONNER, RONNIE. 
Cowpuncher's polka. See Ringle, Dave. 

BONNET, GEORGES. 
Oh£! Jean-Baptiste. See Breux, Jacques. 

Tout doux, tout doucement. See Schles- 

singer, Richard. 
Toute la nuit. See Goldbaum, Friedrich. 

BONNY, VTTO, 1909- 
Pedacito de cielo; bolero, de Vito Bonny. 
© Ediciones Musicales Buenos Aires, 
Buenos Aires; 4Aug47; EF13398. For 
voice and piano. 

BONOCINI, H. C. 
Till all our dreams come true. See 
O'Connor, Desmond. 

BONPORTI, FRANCESCO ANTONIO, 1672- 

1749. 

Sonata in mi minore; [by] F. A. Bonporti. 
Op. 10, no. 8. Elaborazione di Guglielmo 
Barblan. © Carisch, s.a., Milano; 
HFeb49; on elaboration for violin & 
piano; EF12641. Score (violin and piano) 
and part. 

BONTEMPI, S. M. 
Recue"rdame. See Marchisio, Carlos. 



BOOTH, GENEVA. 
Jesus; [by] Geneva Booth 
Crawford; 15Jan49; EP35144. 
with music. 



Percy B. 
Hymn, 



BOOTH, OSBORN. 
Goin' to settle in Seattle. See Browne, 
Leland B. 

BOOTH, WILLIAM. 
Nut-brown ale. See Murray, Alan. 

BORB6N, ALFREDO NUNEZ DE. S_ee 
Nunez de Borbon, Alfredo. 

BORDEAU, MARGARET C. 
Song of the rails. See Hall, David. 

BORDER, ALICE F JONES. 

This is for keeps; words and music by 
Alice F. Jones. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36895. 



BOREL-CLERC, C, pseud . 
Clerc, Charles Louis. 



See 



BORGAZZI, FABIO. 
La prima canzone. See Gentili, Leone. 

BORNE, HAL, 1911- 

(Susie steps out) Bop-bop I That did ltl 
From Susie steps out, lyric by Eddie 
Cherkose, music by Hal Borne. © Crystal 
Music Publishers, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
18Feb49; EP34444. 

(Susie steps out) For the right guy, from 
Susie steps out; lyric and music by Hal 
Borne. © Crystal Music Publishers, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 18Feb49; EP34442. 



(Susie steps out) I'm so lonely, from Susie 
steps out; lyric and music by Hal Borne. 
© Crystal Music Publishers, inc., HoUy- 
wood, Calif.; 18Feb49; EP34441. 

(Susie steps out) When does the love begin? 
From Susie steps out, lyric and music by 
Hal Borne. © Crystal Music Publishers, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 18Feb49; EP34440. 

(Susie steps out) When you're near, from 
Susie steps out; lyric and music by Hal 
Borne. © Crystal Music Publishers, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 18Feb49: EP34443. 

BORNSTEIN, BOB. 
Did I? See Edelman, Herb. 

BORODIN, ALEKSANDR PORFIR'EVICH, 

1833-1887. 

Nocturne; [by] A. Borodin, arr. for string 
orchestra by Malcolm Sargent. Full score. 
© Hawkes & Son (London) ltd., London, 
lMar49; on arrangement; EF12572. 

BOROS, DUDE. 
Please give me time. See Hall, David. 

BORST, ARTHUR FRANK, 1922- 

Baggage coach ahead; words and music by 
Arthur Borst. © Borst Music Publishing 
Co., inc., Newark, N. I.; 26Jan49 (in 
notice: 1947); EP37531. 

I am lonesome and blue; words and music 
by Arthur Borst. © Borst Music Publish- 
ing Co., inc., Newark, N. J., 26Jan49 (in 
notice: 1947); EP37529. 

The Johnstown flood, words and music by 
Arthur Borst. © Borst Music Publishing 
Co., inc., Newark, N. J.; 26jan49 (in 
notice: 1947); EP37530. 

Old Number Nine; words and music by 
Arthur Borst. Newark, N. J., Borst 
Music Pub. Co. © Arthur Frank Borst; 
26Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP33864. 

The prisoner's song; words and music by 
Arthur Borst. © Borst Music Publishing 
Co., inc., Newark, N. J.; 26Jan49 (in 
notice: 1947); EP37527. 

Shoo fly; words and music by Arthur Borst. 
© Borst Music Publishing Co., inc., 
Newark, N. J.; 26Jan49 (in notice: 1947); 
EP37528. 

BORTKIEWICZ, SERGEI, 1877- 
"Lyrica nova; vier Klavierstucke, [by] 
Sergei Bortkiewicz. Op. 59. Piano solo. 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 20Sep41; 
EF12253. 

BORTNIANSKH, DMITRI! STEPANOVICH, 

1751-1825. 

Cherubim song [for] S.A.T.B., by Dtmltrl 
Stepanovltch Bortnlansky, arr. by C. Al- 
bert Scholin, English words by Ruth B. 
Scholin. (Octavo no. 929) © Belwln, inc., 
New York; 3Jan49; on words & arrange- 
ment; EP32585. 

Cherubim song, no. 7; sacred chorus for 
mixed voices a cappella, S.A.T.B., [by] 
Dimitri Bortniansky, arr. by Peter Hich 
Tchaikovsky. English text by Ruth Heller. 
(Choral octavos, no. 1665) © Hall & Mc- 
Creary Co., Chicago; 24Jan49; on text; 
EP34093. 

BORTOLI, FRANK. 
Variation waltz. See Bortoli, Giovanni. 

BORTOLI, GIOVANNI, 1877-1946. 
Variation waltz; modern accordion solo, 
[by] Giovanni Bortoli, arr. by Frank 
Bortoli. © Frank Bortoli; 30Mar49; 
EP36105. 

BORUCCHIA, NINO, pseud. See 
Portelance, Joseph Toussaint Oliva. 

BOSTWICK, FRANCES JOHNSON, 1892- 
The army of the Lord; harmony by N. L. 
Ridderhof, words and music by Frances 
Johnson Bostwick. (In Ramont. Grace. 
Songs of eternal life. no. 23) © Frances 
Johnson Bostwick; ljul48; EP33904. 



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BOSTW1CK, FRANCES JOHNSON, 1892- 

It's wonderful; words and music by Frances 
Johnson Bostwick, harmony by N. L. 
Ridderhof. JJn Hymn writers magazine. 
v.2 no.4, p.25) © Frances Johnson Bost- 
wick; lSep48; B5-8389. Close score: SATR 

Receive the Blessing; words and music by 
Frances Johnson Bostwick. (In Ramont, 
Grace. Songs of eternal life. no. 22) 
© Frances Johnson Bostwick; ljul48; 
EP33903. 

[BOSTWICK, SARA ELLIOTT] 1918- 
Alhambra; fby Sara Elliott Bostwick] 
© Sara Elliott Bostwick; 31Dec48 (in 
notice: 1947), EU152439. Score: orches- 
tra. 

BOTREL, THEODORE. 
Dors, mon enfant. See Perez Freire, 
Mercedes. 

BOTTOM, JACK. 
Down Lover's Lane together. See Hall, 
David. 



Cont'd. BOVET, ERIC DAVID, 1900- 

April Sunday morn. Chanson d'avril. 
Three part women's voices, S.S.A., 
French text by Edouard Pailleron, 
English version by Eric D. Bovet, music 
by Eric D. Bovet. (Choral library, 
2-W3361) © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 3jun49; EP37576. 
O nightjserene and hallowed. Mystere 
de Noel. Four-part mixed voices, 
S.A.T.B., a cappella, French text by Marc 
Du Pasquier, English version by John 
Stigall, music by Eric D. Bovet. (Sacred 
choral library, 5-W3356) © M. Witmark 
& Sons, New York; 17May49; on English 
version; EP36991. 
Once upon a time, ii etait une fois. 
Three part women's voices, S.S.A., 
French text by Jean Ajalbert, English 
version by John Stigall, music by Eric 
D. Bovet. (Choral library, 2-W3352) 
© M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 
24May49; EP37209. 

BOWDEN, DON. 
Eros in Piccadilly. See Strachey, Jack. 



BOUILLON, JOSEPH, 1908- 
"Fantaisie-jazz, no. 1; musique de Jo 
Bouillon et Pierre Guillermin. © Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris; 26Nov48; EF11638. 
Score: orchestra. 

Minuit. We said goodbye. Bolero sur les 
motifs de Mon triste coeur. Paroles 
francaises de Georges & Andre Tabet 
& Lull Micaelli, paroles anglaises de 
Josephine Baker, musique de Jo Bouillon & 
Pierre Guillermin. © Editions E.M.U.L., 
Paris; 15Nov48; EF13444, 

BOURDINOT, ARTHUR S. 
Under the pines. See Laufer, Beatrice. 

BOURDON, ROSARIO. 
Gallop. See Khachaturian, Aram Il'ich. 

Masquerade suite. 
Waltz. See Khachaturian, Aram Il'ich. 

Masquerade suite. 



BOURGEOIS, LOUIS, 1500-1561. 
Imprint Thine image. Sknv dig Jesus paa 
mit hjerte. [By] Louis Bourgeois, arr. by 
Mrs. M. H. Hegge, [Danish words by] 
T. Kingo. (Choral library [no.] 1074) 
© Augsburg Publishing Hoi'se, Minnea- 
polis; 20Dec48; on arrangement; EP35548. 
Score: SSA and piano. 

BOURGUIGNON, FRANCIS DE, 1890- 
Cinq pieces breves; pour piano [by] Francis 
de Bourguignon. Op. 88. © Durand & cie, 
Paris; 30Oct48; EF11688. 

BOURTAYRE, HENRI, 1915- 

L'amie des roses; tango chante, paroles de 
Louis Poterat, musique de Henri Bour- 
tayre. © Editions Royalty, Paris; 
8Mar49, EF12719. 

La cachucha; marche, paroles de Maurice 
Vandair [pseud.] & Maurice Chevalier, 
musique de Henri Bourtayre. © Maurice 
Vandair; 7Mar49; EF13175. French words. 

Mon gentil petit Pedro, samba chantee, 
paroles de Louis Poterat, musique de 
Henri Bourtayre et Georges He'lian 
[pseud.] © Henri Bourtayre; 8Dec48, 
EF11627. 

La samba de Paris, samba chantee, paroles 
de Maurice Chevalier, musique de Henri 
Bourtayre. © Editions Royalty, Paris, 
lMar49, EF12718. 

BOUZIGNAC, G 
Quel espoir de guarir, choeur a 4 voix 
mixtes de G. Bouzignac. restitution par 
D. Launay et B. Loth. (Collection 
d oeuvres francaises du temps de Riche- 
lieu) © Durand & cie, Paris; 300ct48; 
on restitution; EF11658. 



BOWDEN, JAMES EDMUND, 1883- 
In memoriam; for pianoforte, by James 
Bowden. © James Edmund Bowden; 
140ct48; EF13310. 

BOWEN, YORK. 
Three novelettes; for piano, by York Bowen. 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
nos. 1-3, 28Apr49; EF13419-13421. 

BOWER, BUGS. See 
Bower, Maury. 

BOWER, MAURY. 
Bop; by Bugs Bower. Ed. by Charles Colin. 
©Charles Colin; 31Mar49; EP36564. 
Parts for trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, 
violin, guitar and xylophone. 

Bop duets; Duetime; [by] Bugs Bower, ed. 
by Charles Colin. © Charles Colin, New 
York; 21Jun49; EP37869, Score: 2 trum- 
pets. 

New sounds for accordion; by Bugs Bower. 
11 complete solos. © Charles Colin 
New York; 4May49, EP37695. Melodies 
with chords in treble clef, and chord 
symbols. 

New sounds for alto saxophone- by Bugs 
Bower. 11 complete solos. © Charles 
Colin New York; 4May49, EP37695. 
Melodies with chords m treble clef, and 
chord symbols. 

New sounds for clarinet; by Bugs Bower. 
11 complete solos. © Charles Colin 
New York, 4May49, EP37695. Melodies 
with chords in treble clef, and chord 
symbols. 

New sounds for guitar by Bugs Bower. 
11 complete solos. © Charles Colin, 
New York; 4May49, EP3 7695. Melodies 
with chords in treble clef, and chord 
symbols. 

New sounds for trumpet; by Bugs Bower. 
11 complete solos. © Charles Colin, 
New York- 4May49; EP37695. Melodies 
with chords in treble clef, and chord 
symbols. 

New sounds for vibes [and] xylophone; by 
Bugs Bower. 11 complete solos. 
© Charles Colin, New York; 4,May49, 
EP37695. Melodies with chords in treble 
clef, and chord symbols. 

New sounds for violin; by Bugs Bower. 
11 complete solos. © Charles Colin, 
New York, 4May49; EP37695. Melodies 
with chords in treble clef, and chord 
symbols. 

BOWERS, FREDERICK V 
Let s join hand and hand; by Frederick 
V. Bowers. © Mills Music, inc., New 
York; ljun49; EP37352. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 



BOWIE, WALTER RUSSEL. 
O Holy City, seen of John. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

BOWLES. 
Jesus on the main line; arr. & words by 
Bowles, Frye, Webb & Hoyle. © Bowles 
Music House, Chicago; 13Apr38; EP37078. 

BOWLES, NETTIE LUCINDA. 
Christmas Day; by Nettie Bowles. 
© Nettie Bowles; 17Dec48; EP36657. For 
voice and piano. 

BOWMAN, EUDAY LOUIS. 
The famous 12th Street rag words by 
Andy Razaf, music by Euday L. Bowman, 
[arr. by the Oahu staff] for Hawaiian, 
electric and plectrum guitar (note and 
diagram) © Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 
inc., New York; 29Dec48; EP33307. 

12th Street rag, [by] Eiiday L. Bowman, 
arr. by Robert C. Haring. © Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., inc., New York; 24Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP33704. Score (trumpet 
and piano) and part. 

12th Street rag, [by] Euday L. Bowman, 
arr. by Robert C. Haring. © Shapiro 
Bernstein & Co., inc.. New York; 24Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP33705. Score (E flat 
alto saxophone and piano) and part. 

12th Street rag, [by] Euday L. Bowman, 
arr. by Robert C. Haring. ©Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., inc., New York; 24Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP33706. Score (B flat 
saxophone and piano) and part. 

12th Street rag, [by] Euday L. Bowman, 
arr. by Robert C. Haring. © Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., inc.. New York; 24Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP33707. Score (clarinet 
and piano) and part. 

BOWMAN, FRANK EDWIN, 1909- 
Tarawa requiem; by Frank E. Bowman, II, 
words by Don Jackson. © Frank Edwin 
Bowman, H; 25Feb49; EU159592. Score: 
chorus (TTBB) and orchestra. 

BOWN, PEARL BOYCE, 1888- 
A prayer; [by] Pearl Boyce Bown, [words 
by] Mary Stewart. ([Pub. order] no. SMC 
1500) © Southern Music Co., San Antonio; 
26Mar49 (in notice: 1948); EP35444. 
Score: SSA and piano. 

BOWRA, CECIL MAURICE. 
Four madrigals. See Rorem, Ned. 

BOWRIN, EDWIN J. 
It' s a lovely day. See West, Roy. 

BOX, HAROLD ELTON. 
I dream in the arms of my darling. See 
Cox, Desmond. 

See also. Heath erton, Fred, pseud . 

BOYCE, ALFRED. 
Regina Coeli. See Mascagni, Pietro. 
Cavalleria rusticana. 

BOYD, JIM. 
I'll string along. See Wickham, Elmer. 

Somebody else now claims my broken heart. 
See Wickham, Elmer. 

BOYD, VERA L. 
Jogging along. See Hall, David. 

BOYDEN, GEORGE LEWIS, 1885- 
In twilight time; by Geo. L. Boyden. 
© George Lewis Boyden; 21Feb21; 
EP34468. For voice and piano. 

BOYKIN, HELEN. 
First piano book; by Helen Boykip, written 
in collaboration with Elizabeth Young. 
© Schroeder & Gunther. inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 23May49; EP37169. 
The happy sprite; piano solo by Helen Boy- 
kin. © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhine- 
beck, N. Y.; 13Jan49; EP33671. 



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BOYKIN, HELEN. Cont'd. 

Reflections; piano solo by Helen Boykin. 
© Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 13Jan49; EP33674. 

Summer joy; piano solo by Helen Boykin. 
© Schroeder & Gunther inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 13Jan49; EP33672. 

Summer musing; piano solo by Helen Boy- 
kin. © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhine- 
beck, N. Y.; 13Jan49; EP33673. 

BOYKIN, WILLIAM L. 
Harbor of my heart. See Hall, David. 

BOYKO, GEORGE JOSEPH, 1924- 
If that s the reason, lyrics: Eugene Ploof, 
music: George Boyko. © George Joseph 
Boyko, Jr., & Eugene Homer Ploof; 
21Feb49; EP34629. 

BOYLEN, JACQUELINE SHANNON, 1939- 
The ice cream man; words and music by 
Shannon Boylen. © Jacqueline Shannon 
Boylen; 28Mar49; EP35525. 

BOZZELLI, LEO. 
Ideal of mine; words by Costantino 
Mammarella, music by Leo Bozzelh 
& Mary Castelli. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 24Mar49; 
EP37757. 

BRACCHI, ALFREDO. 
Ti bacero stasera. See Anzi, Giovanni 
D'. Chicchirichi. 

BRACKETT, KENNY. 
The only one of you. See McWain, Wes Gene. 

[BRADBURY, STAN ] 1904- 

Beside you; words & music by Howard 
Barnes, Harold Fields & Lawrence Hall 
[pseud.] © The Harmonic Music Publish- 
ing Co., ltd., London; 16Mar49, EF13351. 

BRADBURY, WILLIAM B 
Just as I am, S.S.A., with baritone or alto 
solo, for Lent or general use by Wm. B. 
Bradbury, arr. by C. Albert Scholin. 
(Octavo no. 899) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 26Jan49; on arrangement; EP33947. 

BRADFORD, J. E. 
If you take my Jesus today. See Frazier, 
Alma B. 

BRADLEY, DOROTHY, 1882- 
The authentic training in music; a practical 
systematised method for training in 
theory, musicianship and aural work as 
required for standard examinations, [by] 
Dorothy Bradley. (Authentic edition, 
L.D.314) © G. Ricordi & Co. (London) 
ltd., London; bk.l, HMay49; EF13415. 
Sight-reading made easy, a complete graded 
course for the pianoforte, [by] Dorothy 
Bradley & J. Raymond Tobin. © Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London, bk. 7, 22Jun49; 
EF13577. 

BRADLEY, KARL. 
See Bing Crosby's Irish song collection. 

BRADSHAW, DUKE, 1914- 
Poor old maestro with the fiddle and the 
bow; [by] Jerry Kanner & Duke Bradshaw. 
© Top Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
15Apr49; EP35938. 

BRADY, ARTHUR L 

If I had a million lives to live; words and 
music by Arthur L. Brady. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif • 
HOct48; EP33330. 

BRAGDON, SARAH COLEMAN, 1880- 
Murmuring fountains, piano solo by Sarah 
Coleman Bragdon © The Willis Music 
Co., Cincinnati; 16Dec48, EP33248 



BRAHAM, PHILIP, d. 1947. 
Limehouse blues, piano duet [by] Philip 
Braham, arr. by Henry Levine. © Harms, 
inc., New York; 3Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33619. 

BRAHE, MAY HANNAH, 1884- 
Bless this house; vocal duet, the words 

by Helen Taylor, the music by May H. 

Brahe. [London] Boosey & Hawkes. 

© Boosey & Co., ltd., 21Jan49, EF11983. 
The nutmeg tree; song, lyrics arr. and 

added to by Margaret Lucas, music by 

May H. Brahe. fn.p.] Boosey. © Boosey 

& Hawkes (Aust.) pty.. ltd.; 16May49 (in 

notice: 1948); EF13335. 

BRAHMS, JOHANNES, 1833-1897. 

Adorn thyself, O my soul; by Johannes 
Brahms, arr. and ed. by H. Maxwell Ohley 
and Harry Watts. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 10Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP35973. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

(Chorale prelude, organ) Es ist ein' Ros' 
entsprungen. A rose breaks into bloom; by 
Johannes Brahms, arr. for string orches- 
tra, by Reginald Jacques. (Orchestral 
series, 2d ser. no. 0. 147) © The Oxford 
Univ. Press, London, 9Jun49, on arrange- 
ment; EF13571. Score. 

Cradle song; Brahms' lullaby. Story by 
Doris A. Paul, arr. by Joseph Strimer. 
© Pro Art Publications, New York; 
17May49; on arrangement & story; 
EP36953. For piano; with words and 
story. 

Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen. See his 
Chorale prelude, organ. 

Grazioso; from the Brahms-Haydn varia- 
tions, simply arr. by Phyllis Tate. © The 
Oxford University Press, London; 6Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); on arrangement; 
EF12845. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

Rhapsody of glory; for chorus of soprano 
1 & 2 and alto [by] Johannes Brahms, arr. 
by Robert W. Gibb. [Words by] Mary B. 
Austin. (Octavo series, 688) © The B. F. 
Wood Music Co., Boston; 23Mar49; on 
arrangement, EP35105. 

A rose breaks into bloom. See his Chorale 
prelude, organ. 

Slumber song; [by] Brahms, arr. [by] 
Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. no. D-2603) 
© Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 
12Apr49; on arrangement; EP36487. 
Score (2 instruments and piano) and parts 
for trombones or baritones. 

Slumber song, S.A.T.B. [by] Johannes 
Brahms. Op. 92. Arr. by Hazel and 
Peter Tkach, Engl ish text by Hazel 
S. Tkach. (Standard choral repertoire 
series, no. 7043) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 24Feb49; on English text 
& arrangement; EP34618. 

(Symphony, no. 1) Andante sostenuto; 
from Symphony no. 1 [by] Johannes 
Brahms, transcribed for organ, by 
N. Lindsay Norden. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
4Mar49; on transcription; EP34957, 

Two sarabandes; [by] Johannes Brahms, 
transcribed for string orchestra by Robert 
Curfman. © Robert Joseph Curfman 
31Mar49; on transcription; EU162654. 
Score. 

BRAMERI, EMILIO J 
Canto amargo; tango, letra de Carlos 
Bahr, mustca de Emiho J. Brameri. 
© Editorial Argentina de Miisica Inter- 
nacional, s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
8Jun48; EF13066. 

BRAMHALL, LLOYD WAYLAND, 1897- 
Cheatin'; words and music by Lloyd W. 
Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bramhall; 
6May49; EP37048. 
I love you, dear; words and music by 
Lloyd W. Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bram- 
hall; 27May49; EP37233. 
I miss you, dear; words and music by 
Lloyd W. Bramhall, © Lloyd W. Bram- 
hall; 10Jun49; EP37463. 



I want to borrow a kiss; words and music 
by Lloyd W. Bramhall. © Lloyd W. 
Bramhall; 10jun49; EP37464. 

Ma cherie; words and music by Lloyd W. 

Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bramhall; 6Ma v 49; 

EP37047. . ' 

Vermont; words and music by Lloyd W. 

Bramhall © Lloyd W. Bramhall; 

24May49; EP37150. 
Wolf call; words and music by Lloyd 

W. Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bramhall; 

10Jun49; EP37465. 
You re back again; words and music by 

Lloyd W. Bramhall. © "Lloyd W. Bram- 
hall; 27May49; EP37232. 

BRANA, HERMAN. 
I m in Texas to stay; words and music by 
Charles Cavanaugh [and] Herman Brana. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
21Apr49; EP36647. 

BRANCH, JEAN. 
Is there any need to worry? See Buskirk, 

Harold. ' 

It's wrong to love you, but I do. See 
Copas, Cowboy. 

BRANDBORG, GUSTAV. 
Heaven's ranch; words and music by 
Gustav Brandborg. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 22Feb49; EP36435. 

BRANDINI, CYRIL. 
Charlene [or] But she's spoiled, words 
and music by Cyril "Cy Brandlnt. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33201. 

BRANDON, JOHNNY. 
Hoppityblue. See Black, Stanley. The 

small voice. 
That's you. See Kramer, Gorni. 

BRANDON, PHYLLIS, 1890- 
Told by the fireside; suite for piano, by 
Phyllis Brandon. Op. 2. © Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd., London; 29Dec48; EF11620. 

BRANDT, CARL. 
Dreamy old New England moon. See 

Freedman, Max C. 
It's like taking candy from a baby. See 

Russell, Al. 
Kiss me goodnight. See Rosas, Juvenito. 

Sobre las olas. 

BRANDT, CHARLOTTE, 1907- 
I want you for Christmas, by Charlotte 
Brandt. © Shelby Music Publishing Co. 
Detroit; HDec48; EP34329. For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and chord 
symbols. 

BRANDT, EDDIE. 
None but the lonely heart; a soaperetta, by 
Spike Jones and Eddie Brandt. © Arena 
Stars, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24Jun49- 
EP37984 Condensed score. 

BRANDT, PEGGY. 
I pretend you love me. See Hall, David. 

BRANSCUM, EARL E. 
Golden gates. See Brumley, Albert Edward. 

Grace and glory. See Brumley, Albert 
Edward. 

BRANT, CYR DE, pseud . See 
Higglnson, J. Vincent. 

BRANT, NEIL. 
The silly chick. See Fitelberg, Jerzy. 

BRASH, JAMES. 
Evening calm; by James Brash. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., Sydney; 4Mar49; EF13342. 
For piano. 

BRASHER-POIMBOEUF, MRS. JOE. 
This must be love. See Hall, David. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BRATEN, A. W. 
The American home song album. See 

Hampton, Sterling. 
The American home waltz album. See 

Hampton, Sterling. 

BRATTON, JOHN W. 
The teddy bears' picnic, [by] John W. 

Bratton, arr. by Henry Levine. © M. 

Witmark & Sons, New York; 3Jan49; on 

arrangement; EP33618. For piano, 

4 hands. 
The teddy bears' picnic; music by John 

W. Bratton, arr. by Jerry Sears. © M. 

Witmark & Sons, New York; 20Apr49, 

on arrangement; EP36201. Score (bassoon 

and piano) and part. 
The teddy bears' picnic, music by John W. 

Bratton, arr. for organ by Charles R. 

Cronham. © M. Witmark & Sons, New 

York, 20Apr49, on arrangement, EP36200. 
Tomorrow's America. See Edwards, Leo. 

BRAU, ALEXIS. 
iQue fue de ti? Letra y music a de Alexis 
Brau. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; 20Oct48; EP34198. 

BRAUN, ALOIS, 1871- 
On the old plantation, an improvisation 
on black keys, piano solo by Alois 
Braun. © Southern Music Co., San 
Antonio; 21Feb49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34739. 

BRAUN, FRED. 
They never told me. See Klemm, Edward H. 

BRAUNFELS, WALTER, 1882- 
"Die Ammen-Uhr. Des Knaben Wunderhorn; 
fur Knabenchor und Orchester von Walter 
Braunfels. Op. 28. Partitur. © Univer- 
sal-Edition, Wien; 21Mar23; EF11604. 
"(Die Vogel) Taubenhochzeit; aus dem 
lyrisch-phantastischen Spiel, Die Vogel, 
von Walter Braunfels. Partitur. 
(Edition Nr. 6478) © Universal-Edition, 
A.G., Wien; 30Dec21; EF11603. 

BREAULT, LOUIS. 
Just for the ride, words and music by Wade 
Barnes and Louis Breault. © Broadcast 
Music, inc., New York; 10Dec48; EP33207. 

BRECK, EDWARD S. 
Aria: Deh vieni non tardar. See Mozart, 

Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

Le nozze di Figaro. 
Blessed Jesu, fount of mercy. See Dvorak, 

Antonfh. Stabat Mater. 
Eri tu che macchiavi. See Verdi, 

Giuseppe. Un ballo in maschera. 
Lamb of God. See Bizet, Georges. 

Lead me Lord. See Wesley, Samuel 

Sebastian. 
My God and Father, while I stray. See 

Marston, G. W. 
None but the lonely heart. See Chaikovskii, 

Petr Il'ich. 
O divine Redeemer. See Gounod, Charles 

Francois. 

BRENNAN, JAMES A 
I'm glad I'm me; words by LaVern Barn- 
hart, music by James A. Brennan. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jan49; EP35824. 

BRENNER, MOISES SMOLARCHK. 
Final. See Misraki, Paul. 
No me olvidaras. See Misraki, Paul. 
Sin importancia. See Marly, Anna. 

BRETON, PHIL, 1916- 
Advance popular piano course; swing piano 
by mail in specially prepared lessons, 
by Phil Breton. © Phil Breton; 29Jan49; 
on additional 10 lessons; EP36085. 



(Concerto, piano, no. 2) Piano concerto 

no. 2; by Phil Breton. [Op. 45, no. 2] 

Omaha, Phil Breton Publications. © Phil- 

lippe Breton; 15May49; EP36707. 
Keyboard tricks; by Phil Breton. [Op. 1] 

Omaha, Phil Breton Publications. 

© Phillippe Breton; 15May49; EP36705. 

For piano. 
Moon over cherry blossoms; by Phil 

Breton. © Phil Breton; lApr49; EP35681. 

For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Petite valse in C minor; by Phil Breton. 

[Op. 3] Omaha, Phil Breton Publications. 

© Phillippe Breton; 15May49; EP36706. 

For piano. 
Spring sunset; by Phil Breton. [Op. 2] 

Omaha, Phil Breton Publications. 

© Phillippe Breton; 15May49; EP36704. 

For piano. 

BREUER, HARRY. 
Allegro. See Haydn, Joseph. 

Danse macabre. See Saint-Saens, Camille. 

Gypsy dance. See Lichner, Heinrich. 

Tulip. See Lichner, Heinrich. 

BREUX, JACQUES RENE, 1909- 
Etreinte; Toi, contre mon coeur, paroles 
de Marcel Dabadie, musique de Jacques 
Breux. © Societe anonyme francaise 
Chappell, Paris, Paris, 2May49, EF13404. 
Guyane; paroles de Max Francois [pseud.], 
musique de Jacques R. Breux. © Edi- 
tions E.M.U.L., Paris; 24Jan45; EF13442. 
Ohe! Jean-Baptiste; samba, paroles de 
Geo Bonnet, musique de Jacques Breux 
et Fred Freed [pseud.] © Jean Dartonne, 
Paris; lMar49, EF12702. 

BREVILLE, PIERRE DE, 1861- 
Les cedres du Liban; choeur pour tenors 
& basses avec ace. de voix de femmes 
(voix instrumentales) Poeme de A. de 
Lamartine, musique de Pierre de Bre- 
ville. © Rouart, Lerolle & cie, Paris; 
28Mar49; EF13438. 

BREWER, MORRIS E. 
Yippi yi ya ya, Las Vegas. See Carleton, 
Robert Louis. 

BREYDERT, FREDERICK M. 
People of Zion; motet, for four -part 
chorus of mixed voices, a cappella [by] 
F. M. Breydert. (Octavo no. 9766) 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 8Mar49; 
EP37275. 
Praise to the holy Trinity; motet for four- 
part chorus of mixed voices a cappella, [by] 
Frederick M. Breydert. (Octavo church 
music, 2710) © The Boston Music Co., 
Boston; 29Mar49; EP35594. 

BRIAN, HAVERGAL. 
"(Fugue, piano) Double fugue; [by] Havergal 
Brian. [In E flat] © Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don; HMar49; EF13487. 
"(Prelude & fugue, piano) Prelude and 
fugue in C minor; [by] Havergal Brian. 
© Augener, ltd., London; HMar49; 
EF13486. 

BRIDGEMAN, POKEY. See 
Bridgeman, W. P. 

BRIDGEMAN, W. P. 
I kissed an angel. See Hall, David. 

Te quiero. See Hall, David. 

BRIDGES, ROBERT. 
I heard a linnet. See Brook, Harry. 

BRIDGMONT, LESLIE. 

Moonlight over Tahiti; beguine, words & 
music by Leslie Bndgmont [arrangement 
by Leon Young] © Bosworth & Co., ltd., 
London; 26May48; on dance band arrange- 
ment,with words; EF12196. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with worda 



BRIEGEL, GEORGE F. 
Champions of democracy. See Dill, 
William. 

BRIGID, Sister , 1901- 
The woodpecker; piano solo, with words, 
by Sister Brigid, S. P. © The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 27May49; EP37289. 

BRILL, A C 

The Brill system of organ instruction; for 
beginners having no musical training, 
with registrations for the Hammond organ, 
pipe organ and directions for the use of 
the Hammond solovox, by A. C. Brill. 
© The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; 
27Apr49; EP36528. 

BRISTOL, LEE HASTINGS, 1923- 
The Shepherd [by] Lee H. Bristol, Jr., 
[words by] William Blake. © Lee Hastings 
Bristol, Jr.; 15Dec48; EP34254. Hymn, 
with music. 

BRITO, JULIO. 

Guajeito; son guajiro, letra y musica de 
Julio Brito, arreglo de Julio Gutierrez. 
© Rumbalero Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; llMar49; EF12657. 

Rumbalero; lamento afro, letra y musica 
de Julio Brito, arr. de Julio Gutierrez. 
© Rumbalero Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 13May49; EP37414. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

BRITO, PHIL. 
I could swear it was you. See Flynn, Allan. 
Music man. 

BRITT, LEE. 
Pushing the moon. See Schatenstein, J. 

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN, 1913- 

*The beggar's opera; a ballad-opera, by 
John Gay, in a new musical version 
realised from the original airs by 
Benjamin Britten. Vocal score by Arthur 
Oldham. © Hawkes & Son (London) ltd., 
London; HMar49; DP19127. 

"A charm of lullabies; [by] Benjamin 
Britten. Op. 41. [Words by William 
Blake, Robert Burns and others] For 
mezzo-soprano and piano. © Boosev & 
Co., ltd., London; lMar49; EF12573. 

The little sweep; [by] Benjamin Britten, 
[libretto by Eric Crozier] Vocal score, 
jn, p.] Boosey & Hawkes. © Hawkes & 
Son (London), ltd,, London; 24May49; 
DP20323. 

Saint Nicolas; a cantata for tenor solo, 
mixed chorus, piano duet, strings, per- 
cussion and organ [by] Benjamin Britten, 
words by Eric Crozier. [Op. 42] Full 
score. © Boosey & Co., ltd., London, 
15Apr49; EF12938. 

Spring symphony. Part 1 [-3. By] Ben- 
jamin Britten. [Op. 44. London, Boosey 
& Hawkes] © Hawkes & Son (London), 
ltd.: pt. 1-2 26Apr49; pt. 3, 29Apr49; 
EF13294, 13193. For solo voices, chorus 
and orchestra. Chorus part only. 

BROADBENT, ARCHIE. 
How right she was. See Payne, Eddie. 
I won't be there any more. See Payne, Eddie. 
A rose from your wedding bouquet. See 

Payne, Eddie. 
She said yes. See Payne, Eddie. 

BROADHEAD, GEORGE FREDERICK, 1DG3- 

Crossing the desert; for the piano, [by] 
G. F. Broadhead. © Oliver Ditson Co., 
Philadelphia; 3Jun49; EP37595. 

Daybreak; by G. F. Broadhead, for women's 
voices. Poem by H. W. Longfellow. 
([Pub. order no.] A-143) © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
10Oct48; EP37918. 

Whoso dwelleth under the defence; anthem 
for soprano or tenor solo and S.A.T.B., 
by G. F Broadhead. [Words from] Psalm 
91. 1,2. © Novello & Co., ltd., London, 
15Jan49; EF12056. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BROBST, HAROLD. 
Sweet mokihana; lyrics by Harold Brobst 
and Helo Dominici, music by Harold 
Brobst. © Ray Meany, Golden Gate 
Publications, Oakland, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP35226. For voice and 2 guitars; also 
ukelele diagrams and chord symbols, 

BRODIN, CARL GEREON. 
Sweden in music. See Ollen, Olof. 

BRODSKY, ROY. 

Red roses for a blue lady; fox trot, words 
and music by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky, 
arr. by Johnny Warrington, © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; 31Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP35209* Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

Red roses for a blue lady; words and music 
by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 30Dec48; EP32661. 

Say something sweet to your sweetheart; 
fox trot, words and music by Sid Tepper 
and Roy Brodsky, arr. by Johnny Warring- 
ton. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
29Nov48; on arrangement; EP35210. 
Piano conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Say something sweet to your sweetheart; 
words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy 
Brodsky, arr. for Hawaiian, electric & 
plectrum guitar, note and diagram, [by 
the Oahu staff] (Oahu publishing company, 
no. 964) © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
29Nov48; on arrangement; EP35211. 

Say something sweet to your sweetheart; 
words and music by Sid Tepper and 
Roy Brodsky, Vocal background ar- 
rangement by Eddie Ballantine. Girl 
vocal. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
29Nov48; on arrangement; EP35212. 
Condensed score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

Shake hands with the luckiest guy in the 
world; words and music by Sid Tepper 
and Roy Brodsky. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 29Apr49; EP36581. 

You're heartless; words and music by Sid 
Tepper and Roy Brodsky. © Mills Music 
inc., New York; 29Apr49; EP36575. 

See also Sidroy, T. B., pseud . 

BRGECKX, JAN L. 
Prieres chantees. See Bernier, Rene. 

BROEK, PAULA VAN DE. 
Ferdinando. See Craps, Ernest Jean. 

BROGUE, ROSLYN CLARA. 

(Trio, winds) Trio, [by] Roslyn Brogue. 
Brookline, Mass., Music for woodwinds. 
© Roslyn Clara Brogue; lNov48; EP32754. 
Score (oboe, clarinet and bassoon) and 
parts. 

BRONSON ELECTRIC HAWAIIAN GUITAR 

METHOD. • 

Bronson electric Hawaiian guitar method; 
E major tuning. [Comp. and arr. by Ray 
Gourley and Earl Young] © Bronson Pub- 
lishing Co., Detroit; lesson EL1-60, 
lDec48; EP36080. Cover title: Bronson 
course of instruction. 

BROOK, HARRY, 1893- 
At Michael's gate, [words by] Henry 
Kingsley, [music by] Harry Brook. 
[London, J. Curwen; New York, G. Schir- 
mer sole agents for U.S.A.] (Edition 
[no.] 2568) © Harry Brook; 20May49; 
EF13539. 
Fill Dyke; [by] Harry Brook, [words by] 
Irene Gass. (Choral songs, no. 1202) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
2Jun49; EF13562. For unison chorus and 
piano; melody also in tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion. 

I heard a linnet; [by] Harry Brook, [words 
by] Robert Bridges. (Choral songs, 
no. 1203) j The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London; 2Jun49; EF13563. For unison 
chorus and piano; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation. 



BROOKE, ARTHUR, 1866- 
The three musketeers, [by] Arthur Brooke. 
© The Cundy-Bettoney Co. inc., Boston; 
lDec48; EP33982. Score (3 flutes) and 
parts. 

BROOKE, KERRY, pseud . See 
Chew, Grace Pauline. 

BROOKS, HARVEY O 
I don't want your money, honey; by Harvey 
O. Brooks. © Leon Rene Publications, 
Hollywood, Calif.; 24Jun49, EP37966. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

BROOKS, JACK. 

No one knows, no one cares. See Sinatra, 
Ray. 

Rosita and Joe, by Jack Brooks. © Ardmore 
Music, Division of Capitol Publications, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 8Feb49; EP34313. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 



You gotta stay happy. 
Daniele. 



See Amfitheatrof, 



BROOKS, JOHN BENSON. 
The Missouri is a devil of a woman; 
lyric by C.J. Norwood, music by John 
Benson Brooks. © Shenandoah Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 6Dec48; 
EP33703. 

BROOKS, KENNETH L 
Don't let it be said we re through; words 
and music by Kenneth L. Brooks. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP33200. 

BROOKS, PHILLIPS. 
Fantasia on O little town of Bethlehem. 
See McCollin, Francis. 

BUOOKS, ?>AND. 
You can't snap your fingers at love. See 
Livernash, Will. 

BROSE, EUGENE OLDJ, 1897- 
Modern melody method, by Eugene Brose. 
For the first year band student. © E. 
McD. Keller, d. b. a. Don Keller, Berkeley, 
Calif.; 15Dec48; EP33879. Piano accompa- 
niment. 

BROUGHTON, HAYDN. 
Don't waste your tears. See Johnson, Guy 
Leamond. 

BROWN, ALBERT H. 
You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine. 
See Daniels, Charles Neil. 

BROWN, ARTHURINE nOBINSON. 
It's raining love. See Tobin, Louis. 

RROWN. C B 

Won't lot that man win, [or] We ain't a 
gonna let him; words and music by 
C. B. Brown. © Nor dyke Publishing 
Co. Hollywood. Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35813. 

BROWN, CECIL W. 
His word shall not pass away. See 

Lillenas, Haldor. 
Oh, beautiful daybreak. See Taggart, 
Marie. 

BROWN, CHARLES. 
Friendless blues. See Moore, Johnny. 

BROWN, CHARLES, 1922- 
I'm lookin' for love; lyric by Ruth Poll, 
music by Charles Brown. © Maypole 
Music, inc., New York; 20Dec48; 
EP3G544. 

BROWN, CHERRY SALE. 
Happiness will come. See Merrill, 
Charles. 

In His garden of love. See Merrill, 

Charles. 
Light of heaven. See Merrill, Charles. 



May the flowers sweet. See Merrill, 

Charles. 
C listen to the church bells. See Merrill, 

Charles. 
There comes a time. See Merrill, 

Charles. 
The vision. See Merrill, Charles. 

BROWN, CLARENCE H. 
Let's put our broken hearts together. See 
Hall, David. 

BROWN, EDNA MAE. 
Love beyond degree. See Share, Joseph 
John. 

BROWN. FLORENCE WARREN. 
There s a new look in your eye, dear. 
See Hall, David. 

BROWN, GEORGE R. 
Fiddle-a-delphia. See Pober, Leon. 

BROWN, JOHN WILLIAM, 1890- 
Bessie; words and music by John W. Brown. 
© John W. Brown; 2Dec48; EP33385. 

I want to go home with you; words and 
music by John W. Brown. © John W. 
Brown; 2Dec48; EP33384. 

BROWN, LEON F 1918- 

Behold, what wondrous thing is this; 
Christmas anthem for full chorus of 
mixed voices and piano ace. with optional 
tenor solo, [by] Leon F. Brown. Op. 10. 
Words adapted by L. F. B. from Paul 
Gerhardt. (Octavo church music, no. 2714) 
© The Boston Music Co., Boston; 
13May49; EP37115, 

Blessed be Thou, O Lord; for full chorus 
of mixed voices, with optional piano ace. 
[by] Leon F. Brown. Op. 21. [Words] 
adapted from I Chron. 29:10-12. (Octavo 
church music, 2715) © The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 3lMay49; EP37637. 

Holy art Thou; for four-part chorus of 
mixed voices, a cappella, [by] Leon F. 
Brown. (Octavo church music, 2717) 
© The Boston Music Co., Boston; 14Jun49; 
EP37924. 
Thy will forevermore be done; for four- 
part chorus of mixed voices with inci- 
dental soprano solo and piano ace, [by] 
Leon F. Brown. [Words by] Bohm. 
(Octavo church music, 2716) © The 
Boston Music Co., Boston; 14Jun49; 
EP37925. 

BROWN, LEWIS. 
Spanish eyes; piano solo [by] Lewis Brown. 
© Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia; 
16May49; EP37000. 

BROWN, LILLIAN NEWELL, 1859- 
Take me as I am; [by] Lillian Newell 
Brown, arr. by S. W. Gavitt. © Stanton 
Wells Gavitt & Lillian Newell Brown; 
HFeb49; EP34630. Close score: SATB. 

BROWN, MARGARITE. 
I know God will take care of me. See 

Farmer, Willie Lou. 
I've been converted, thank you, Jesus. 
See Farmer, Willie Lou. 

Jesus, my soul shall walk with Thee. 
See Johnson, Clyde. 

BROWN, MARJORIE, pseud See 
Pearl, Marjorie. 

BROWN, MARY LEE. 
This is my holden hour. See Chanslor, Hal. 

[BROWN, MILES CLIFTON] 1921- 
My heart doesn't care; [by Cliff B. Miles, 
pseud. I © Miles Clifton Brown; 10Jun49; 
EP37524. For voice and piano. 

BROWN, NACIO HERB, 1896- 
(The bribe) Situation wanted, (from the 
picture] The bribe; lyric by William 
Kantz, music by Nacio Herb Brown. 
New York, Robbins Music Corp. ©Loew's, 
inc.; 23Feb49; EP34811. 



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BROWN, NACIO HERB, 1896- Cont'd. 

(The kissing bandit) Tomorrow means 
romance; lyric by William Katz, music 
by Nacio Herb Brown. [From the picture] 
The kissing bandit. New York, L. Feist. 
© Loew's, inc.; 14Dec48; EP35506. 

BROWN, OLIVE B. 
A million teardrops in my heart. See 
Miller, Nelson S. 

BROWN, PHILIP. 
The villages of England. See Paul, Alan. 

BROWN, RAY, 1913 
For hecklers only, by Ray Brown and Gil 
Fuller. © J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc., New 
York; 21Dec48; on arrangement; EP33245. 
Score (trumpet and piano) and part. 

n That's Earl, brother. See Gillespie, John. 

BROWN, SAMUEL ELZIE, 1890- 
I let my Jesus in; words and music by 
Samuel E. Brown. © Samuel Elzie Brown; 
ljun49; EP37337. 
She's a can opener; words and music by 
Samuel E. Brown. © Samuel Elzle 
Brown; 5Mar49; EP34631. 

BROWN, THOMAS CONWAY. 
Gavotte. See Gluck, Christoph Willibald. 

Iphigenie en Aulide. 
Second concerto. See Weber, Karl Maria 
Friedrich Ernst. Concerto, clarinet, 
no. 2. 

BROWN, W. FRANK. 
All I ask is a modern girl. See West, Bob. 
Assuredly, Mademoiselle, oui, ouil See 

Buck, Charlie. 
Disappointed. See Van Buren, Burrell. 
Hootin' with my hootin' Annie. See 

Siegel, Irving. 

BROWNE, BRADFORD. 

The queen of the sideshow; words and music 
by Bradford Browne. © Jerry Vogel 
Music Co., New York; 12May49; EP36996. 

That's right; words and music by Johnny 
Bond [and] Brad Browne. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 25Nov48; 
EP34724. 

BROWNE, LELAND B 
Goin' to settle in Seattle; words by Osborn 
Booth, music by Lee B. Browne. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif .; 
30Dec48; EP33553. 

BROWNE, MURRAY. 
It's all Fanny's fault that she's forty; 
humorous song, written & composed by 
Murray Browne. © Reynolds & Co. 
(Music Publishers), ltd., London; 24Feb49; 
EF13383. 

O Rafferty s hare; humorous Irish song, 
written & composed bv Murray Browne. 
© Reynolds '& Co. (Music Publishers), 
ltd., London; 14Apr49; EF13384. 

These things I gave; a ballad, lyric by 
V. F. Stevens, music by Murray Browne. 
© Reynolds & Co. (Music Publishers), 
ltd., London; 19Apr49; EF13382. 

BROWNING, OLIVER E 
Do you believe on Him? Words & music 
by Oliver E. Browning, Jr., arr. by 
Henrietta Makins. © Oliver E. Browning, 
Jr.; 24A...49; EP36344. Close score: 
SATB. 



BRUCE, KAY. 
Raindrops; words by Lu Rafferty, music by 
Kay Bruce. © Nor dyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 17Dec48; EP33454. 

BRUCKNER, ANTON. 
Anton Bruckner, Genie undEinfalt. See 
Wolff, Werner. 



BRUDENELL, ROBERT. 
The angels chorus. See Chaikovskii, 

Petr Il'ich. 
Grandma. See Strachey, Jack. 
I bless the day. See De Jongh, George. 
Our finest hour. See Stolz, Robert. 
Snowbird. See Thayer, Patrick. 

BRUMLEY, ALBERT EDWARD, 1905- ed. 

Golden gates; for singing schools and con- 
ventions, ed. and comp. by Albert E. 
Brumley, N. J. Gaines, Earl E. Branscum 
and W. Oliver Cooper. © Hartford Music 
& Printing Co., inc., Hartford, Ark.; 
80ct48: EP36299. Principally close 
score (SATB) in shape-note notation. 

Grace and glory; for singing schools ana 
conventions, ed. and comp. by Albert 

E. Brumley, N. J. Gaines land] Earl E. 
Branscum. © Hartford Music & Printing 
Co., inc., Hartford, Ark.; lMar48; 
EP36300. Principally close score (SATB) 
in shape-note notation. 

BRUNER, MARGARET E. 
The last hollyhock. See Pendleton, Emmet. 

BRUNI, ATILIO LUIS. 
Vencida; cancion de Atilio Bruni, orquesta- 
cion de Jaime Lopez. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13225. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

BRUNNER, BESSIE FORREST. 
I'd give the sun fair warning. See Hall, 
David. 

BRUNNER, MIRIAM FARNSWORTH, 1914- 
The invisible wife; ballet music by Miriam 

F. Brunner. © Miriam Farnsworth 
Brunner; 14Mar49; EU160687. Score: 
flute, violin, violoncello and piano. 

BRUNS, V 
^Concerto, bassoon) Concerto; by V. Bruns. 
[Ed. by Simon Kovar] © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 27Dec48; on editing; 
EP32769. Score (bassoon and piano) and 
part. 

BRYAN, ALFRED. 
Oui, oui, Marie. See Fisher, Fred. When 
my baby smiles at me. 

BRYAN, CHARLES FAULKNER, 1911- 

arr. 

Old shoe-boots and leggin's, S.S.A., South- 
ern folk song, arr. by Chas. F. Bryan. 
© J. Fischer & Bro., New York; 27Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33639. 

See me cross the water, for S.A.T B 
Southern folk song, arr. by Chas ' F ' 
¥l??\ a ® J Fis cher & Bro., New York; 
^0>ec48; on arrangement; EP33640. 

BRYAN, VINCENT. 
In my merry Oldsmobile. See Edwards 
Gus. 

BRYANT, BOUDLEAUX. 
Country boy; [by] Felice & Boudleaux 
Bryant. © Milene Music, Nashville; 
18May49 (in notice: 1948); EP37019. For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 
One, two, three, four, five foot six. See 
Bryant, Felice. 

BRYANT, DENVER McQUEEN. 
Fine man. See Mason, Jimmy. 

BRYANT, FELICE. 
Country boy. See Bryant, Boudleaux. 

One, two, three, four, five foot six; words 
and music by Boudleaux Bryant and 
Felice Bryant. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 5Mav49; 
EP37419. y ' 



BRYANT, GERALD. 
Saintbury school song. See Addison, John. 
The guinea pig. 

BRYANT, GERARD. 
The Churchill-Roosevelt swing. See 
Posford, George. 

BRYANT, GERRY. 
Are you sure? See Strachey, Jack. 

BRYANT JIMMY E. 
Yours 1 11 always be. See Buck, Ronald. 

BRYANT, LAURA, 1880- 
Let's read music, by Laura Bryant and 
Katherme Knapp. Illus. by Alison 
Mathews. © The Willis Music Co., 
Cincinnati; 18Feb49, EP34887. Melodies 
with words. 

BRYANT, SLIM. See 
Bryant, Thomas Hoyt. 

BRYANT, THOMAS HOYT, 1908- 
Thunderstorm; words and music by Hoyt 
Slim Bryant. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 19Jul48; EP36367. 

BRYDSON, JOHN CALLIS, 1900- 
Noah s ark; suite of easy pieces for piano, 
by John Brydson. © Alfred Lengnick & 
Co., ltd., London; 17Mar49; EF12825. 

Three Exmoor pictures,' for pianoforte, by 
John C. Brydson. © Francis, Day & 
Hunter, ltd., London; 27Jan49; EF12239. 

BUADO, FLORENCIO. 
The Philippine progressive music series. 
See Parker, Horatio William. 

BUCHANAN, MAMIE BEA, 1883- 
What's wrong with me? Arr. by Loretta 
C. Manggrum, words and music by Mamie 

B. Buchanan. © Mamie Bea Buchanan; 
23May49; EP37867. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT. 
The ballad of Judas Iscariot. See Purvis, 
Richard. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER. 
Solfege. [Santa Barbara] College Bookstore, 
Univ. of California, Santa Barbara College, 
1947. 115 p. illus. © Walter Buchanan; 
21Nov48 (in notice: 1947); A30675. 

BUCHER, ROLAND CYRUS, 1888- 
Tidbits; march, samba and two-step medley, 
by Roland C. Bucher. Brooklyn, Intena 
Publishers and Distributors. © Roland 

C. Bucher; no. 1, 7Jan49; on words; 
EP32825. For piano, with words. 

BUCHI, ERNEST B 
Care enough to share enough, words and 
music by Ernest B. Buchi. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 80ct48, 
EP33008. 

BUCHTEL, FORREST LAWRENCE, 1S99- 

Ah! so fair. See Flotow, Friedrich von. 
Martha. 

Barcarolle. See Offenbach, Jacques. 

Blue tail fly; arr. [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. 
(Ed. no. D-2005) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
wSWfl^o *! 05 12 Ap49; on arrangement; 
EP36479. Score (2 instruments and 
piano) and parts for clarinets or cornets. 

C Sw" C f/ J 0ng; arr - l b y] Forrest L. 
Buchtel. (Ed. no. D-26o6 © Neil A Kios 

St- E C p°364 C 7 h 8 iCa l° ; 12 4T 4 * °" ™K- 
ES EP ? 647 ?- Score (2 instruments and 
Piano) and parts for clarinets or cornets 

F n! r i a £ e the mead ows; Czech [melodvl arr 
t by Nen A e K ^M UCht ^ ( ^ "O. D y ilS 3 r ) 
194 in J0S Music Co -. Chicago; 
i<iApr49; on arrangement; EP36486 

fn^u instruments and piano) and' parts 
for alto saxophones. p 



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BUCHTEL, FORREST LAWRENCE, 1899- Cont'd. 

Marianina; arr. I by I Forrest L. Buchtel. 
(Ed. no. D-2001) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 12Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36484. Score (2 instruments and piano) 
and parts for clarinets or cornets. 

Mexican clapping song; arr. [by] Forrest 
L. Buchtel. (Ed. no. D-2000) © Neil A. 
Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 12Apr49; on 
arrangement; EP36481. Score (2 instru- 
ments and piano) and parts for clarinets 
or cornets. 

National fencibles. See Sousa, John Philip. 

O sole mio; arr. [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. 
(Ed. no. D-2003) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 12Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36482. Score (2 instruments and piano) 
and parts for clarinets. 

Old comrades. See Teike, C. 

Pep. See Amsden, Arthur. 

Slumber song. See Brahms, Johannes. 

Two imps; [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. 
no. D-2008) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36476. Score (2 In- 
struments and piano) and parts for clari- 
nets. 

Two pals; [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. 
no. D-2002) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36483. Score (2 in- 
struments and piano) and parts for clari- 
nets or cornets. 
Two tooters- [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. 
no. D 2605) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36485. Score (2 in- 
struments and piano) and parts for trom- 
bones or baritones. 

Waltz Alpheus; IbyJ Forrest L. Buchtel. 
(Ed. no. D-2004) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36480. Score 
(2 instruments and piano) and parts for 
clarinets. 

Waltz Iris; [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. 
no. D-2602) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36488. Score (2 in- 
struments and piano) and parts for trom- 
bones or baritones. 

Waltz Sibyl; IbyJ Forrest L. Buchtel. (Ed. 
no. D-2007) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 12Apr49; EP36477. Score (2 in- 
struments and piano) and parts for clari- 
nets or cornets. 

BUCHWEITZ, VIRGINIA RUTH. 
Three gospel solos. See Magary, 
G. Robert. 

BUCINO, MIGUEL. 
Cafe de Barrio; tango, letra y musica de 
Miguel Bucino. © Editorial Argentina 
de Musica Internacional, s. de r. ltda., 
Buenos Aires; 8Jun48; EF13065. 

BUCK, CHARLIE. 
Assuredly, Mademoiselle, oui, ouil Lyric 
by W„ Frank Brown, music by Charlie 
Buck. [arr. by Harold Potter] Keokuk, 
Iowa, Dr. Billie Song Shoppe. © W. Frank 
Brown; 27Dec48; EP33659. 

BUCK, DUDLEY, 1839-1909. 
Fear not ye, O Israel; S. A. T. B., by 
Dudley Buck, arr. by Allen Griffith 
[pseud. Words from Jeremiah 21] 
(Octavo no. 926) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 7Jan49; on arrangement; EP33486. 

BUCK, RAY. 
Introductions, endings, scales and chords 
for popular music; 18 introductions, 86 
chords, 24 endings, and all the scales, 
major and minor, by Ray Buck. © Ray 
Buck; 31Dec48; AA109092. 

BUCK, RONALD, 1907- 
Do you remember? Words by George 

Trentacosta, music by Ronald Buck. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 

Calif ; 7Dec48; EP32904 
Dreams in love, words by Lou Simpson, 

music by Ronald Buck. '■) Nordyke 

Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 17Mar49; 

EP37772. 



Duet; words by Sarah Bernier, music by 
Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; EP33198. 

Forgive, forget, and love; words by Thomas 
Dobbins, music by Ronald Buck. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP36846. 

Goin somewhere; words by Helen Ebelle 
[pseud.], music by Ronald Buck. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33562. 

I can't let you go; words by Troy Price, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood. Calif ; 13Gct48; 
EP32999. 

I want your love, words by Thelma Huff, 
music by Ronald Buck, © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33184. 

If I had forgotten; words by Charles J. 
Banister, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP32734. 

If I were rich; words by Frances Kuczbor- 
ski; music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co. Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Mar49;EP37766. 

I'm holding on to you; words by Herbert E. 
Nelson, music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49, EP37798. 

I'm sorry; words by Mary Clark, music by 
Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing Co. , 
Hollywood. Calif.; 30Oec48; EP33532. 

In my dream, words by Emma Dietz, music 
by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP33068. 

Isn't it strange? Words by Thelma Smith, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33357. 

Just forget me, goodbye; words by Eliza- 
beth Stromberg, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 22Dec48; EP33530. 

Listen to the song of my heartstrings; 
words by Borge Thygesen, music by 
Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif • 15Nov48; 
EP32933. 

Love's music; words by Felix Kowalewskl, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; HOct48; 
EP32814. 

My golden dreams and you; words by S. 
Hayashida, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP36819. 

My heart remembers, words by Emil Font, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; 
EP32985. 

Oklahoma is calling me; words by Delores 
Lee Smith, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 26Aug48; EP33360. 

Old fashioned girl; words by Lulu M. 
Latham, music by Ronald Buck. © Nor 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.- 
28Feb49, EP37752. 

On the west side of the Rockies; words by 
Mary Hayes, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33569. 

Reservoir Hill, words by Elsie Freeman, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
7Dec48; EP32853. 

Sad and blue for someone; words by 
Richard Birch, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Mar49; EP36893. 

Sea of love; words by Basil D. Lamp, music 
by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 30Dec48; EP33467. 

Song of the Fuller brush man, words by 
Harry Klaeson, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 70ct48; EP32845. 



Where we'll walk, dear, side by side; 
words by Frederick E. Long, music by 
Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Publishing Co. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33571. 

Without you; words by Etta M. Cook, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub- 
EP36902 ' Hollywood - Cali i-; 22Mar49; 

Won't you say it again? Words by Carolyn 
S. Foreman, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36811. 

You know you did me wrong, words by Dann 
D. Pennington, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP32992. 

You said you'd rather be alone; words Dy 

Mary J. Licata, music by Ronald Buck. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; 22Dec48; EP32740„ 
You're the key to my heart; words by 

Betty De Grote, music by Ronald Buck. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36864. 
Yours I'll always be; words by Jimmy 

Bryant, Jr., music by Ronald Buck 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33601. 

BUCKEY, EARL. 
I'm hitting the trail, words and music by 
Jojo and Earl Buckey. © Nordyke Pub - 
lishing Co., Hollywood Calif • UOct48; 
EP33009. 
The lonely cowboy; words and music by 
Jojo and Earl Buckey. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; 
EP33560. 
Old dusty corral, words and music by Jo 
Jo & Earl Buckey. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; EP32752. 

BUCKEY, JOJO. 
I'm hitting the trail. See Buckey, Earl. 
The lonely cowboy. See Buckey, Earl. 
Old dusty corral. See Buckey, Earl. 

BUCKLEY, JOE. 
Be sure; words & music by Joe Buckley. 
© Mesnes Music Publishing Co., London; 
20May49; EF13412. 

BUCKLEY, JOSEPH. 
Ev'ry little piggy's got a curly tall; words 
and music by Jos. Buckley. © The Mesnes 
Music Publishing Co., London; 4Feb49 
(in notice: 1948); EF12382. 

[BUCKY, FRIDA SARSEN] 

Adeline's adventures; a musical dramatical 
play [by Frida Sarsen Bucky] © Frida 
Sarsen Bucky; 25Jan49; DU18134. Chil- 
dren's play with music (melodies and 
words). 

Animal's adventures, [by Frida Sarsen 
Bucky] © Frida Sarsen Bucky; 25Jan49; 
DU18131. Children's play with music 
(melodies and words). 

The blessing, [by Frida Sarsen Bucky] 
© Frida Sarsen Bucky; 25Jan49; DU18135. 
Children's play with music (melodies and 
words). 

The doll's adventures, a musical dramatical 
play [by Frida Sarsen Bucky] © Frida 
Sarsen Bucky; 25Jan49; DU18133. Chil- 
dren's play with music (melodies and 
words). 

Queen of the Night stories, [by Frida Sarsen 
Bucky] © Frida Sarsen Bucky; 25Jan49; 
DU18132. Children's play with music 
(melodies and words). 

BUDUKIEWICZ, EDWARD J. 
It tickles, tickles. See Powers, Carl. 
Why break my heart? See Gray, Henry D. 

BUEBENDORF, FRANCIS XAVIER, 1912- 
Good people all, this Christmas time; 
Christmas anthem, for mixed voices and 
baritone solo, [by] Francis Buebendorf, 
words traditional. © Dr. Francis 
Buebendorf; 12Nov48; EU153544. 



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BUECHELER, WILLIAM GOTTLOB, 1894- 
I'm going to see my girl [by] Wm. G. 
Buecheler. © William Gottlob Buecheler; 
6Jan49; EP34012. 

BUFFUM, HERBERT. , 

Above the shadows; Herbert Buffum s 
special songs, no. four, by Herbert 
Buffum, and others, ed. and comp. by 
Herbert Buffum, Jr. [Long Beach, 
Calif., Buffum's Songs] © Herbert 
Buffum, Jr.; 3Jan49; EP33762. 

BUFFUM, HERBERT, 1879-1939. 

The loveliness of Christ; words and music 
by Herbert Buffum. Topeka, Kan., Ander- 
son Printing & Music Co. © Herbert 
Buffum, fr.; Ijul32; EP34858. 

You are a million miles from the gates of 
peace [when you're one step from God]; 
words and music by Herbert Buffum, 
[Topeka, Kan., Anderson Printing & 
Music Co.] © John Goben; 15Mar23, 
EP37526. 

BUKOFZER, MANFRED F. 
Ave regina coelorum. See Dufay, Guillaume. 

BULL, JOHN, d.1628. 
The king's hunt; [by] John Bull, from the 
Fitzwilliam virginal book, harp adapta- 
tion by Marcel Grandjany. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
3Jun49; on adaptation; EP37697. 

BULLOCK, ERNEST, 1890- 
Lift up your heads, great gates, and sing, 
an anthem for Ascensiontide and general 



use [by] Ernest Bullock, [words by] 
Joseph Beaumont. (Easy anthems, E. 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London, 



17Mar49, EF12943. Score: chorus (SATB) 
and organ. 

BUNDY, JACK. 
Calico sweetheart. See De Cimber, J. V. 

BUNJES, PAUL. 
Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise t 
See Sohren, P. 

BUNNELL, ALVAS. 
There's an altar by my pillow. See Hall, 
David. 



BUNNEY, JUNIOR. 
There's a girl that I love. 



See Hall, David. 



[BUONOMO, JAMES] 1887- 
You're always in somebody's arms, but 
never in anybody's heart, [by James 
Buonomo, words by Mary Navis] © James 
Buonomo & Mary Navis; 3Jan49; EP33708. 

BURBA, EILEEN L 
As ever, forever; words and music by 
Eileen L. Burba. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP36848. 

BURDGE, GORDON. 
The belle of Bellflower. See Robinson, 

J. Russel. 
If you don't love me. See Robinson, 

J. Russel. 

Portrait of Jennie. See Robinson, 
J. Russel. 

Single and sentimental. See Robinson, 
J. Russel. 



BURGE, BARBARA, 1926- 
When Christ reigns supreme in your life; 
[by] Barbara Burge © Barbara Burge; 
1Nov48; EP36132. Hymn with music. 



BURGESS, JOSEPH EDWIN, 1890- 
Fiji star in the Fiji sky, words and music 
by Joe Burgess, arr. by June Burgess. 
© Joseph Edwin Burgess; 14Feb49 (in 
notice: 1948), EP34832. 

BURGESS, JUNE BURCHIT. 
Fiji star in the Fiji sky. See Burgess, 
Joseph Edwin. 



BURGESS, MAURINE D 1903- 

Black keys to note reading; by Maurine 
D. Burgess, with illus. by Sylvia Duerksen. 
New York, Creative Music Publishers. 
© William O'Toole; 30Dec48; EP36970. 

BURKE, BETTE. 
Piano notes for beginners; by Bette Burke 
and Dale Bartholomew, in colaboration 
with Hugo Frey. © Robbtns Music Corp., 
New York; 7Mar49; EP34985. 

BURKE, HELEN, pseud . See 
Bieschke, Helen. 

BURKE, JOHN. 
Tomorrow's my lucky day. See Van 
Heusen, James. Honor caddy. 

BURKE, JOSEPH A 1884- 

Rambling rose; arr. by Leon Addeo, words 
by Joseph McCarthy, Jr., music by Joe 
Burke. © Laurel Music Co., New York; 
17May48; on arrangement; EP34937. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Tip-toe thru' the tulips with me; four part 
male voices, T.T.B.B., words by Al Dubin, 
music by Joe Burke, arr. by Claire Staf- 
ford [pseud,] (Choral library, 9-W2449) 
© M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 
19Apr49; on arrangement; EP36195. 

Tip-toe thru' the tulips with me; four part 
mixed voices, S.A.T.B. , words by Al Dubin, 
music by Joe Burke, arr. by Claire Staf- 
ford [pseud,] (Choral library, 5-W2450) 
© M. Witmark & Sons, inc., New York, 
19Apr49, on arrangement, EP36197. 

BURKE, SONNY. 

Black coffee; words and music by Paul 
Francis Webster [and] Sonny Burke. 
© Blossom Music Corp., New York; 
12Apr49; EP35919. 

How it lies, how it lies, how it lies! Lyric 
by Paul Francis Webster, music by 
Sonny Burke. © Edwin H, Morris & Co., 
inc., New York; 18Mar49; EP35347. 

You wasl Lyrics by Paul Francis Web- 
ster, music by Sonny Burke. © Crystal 
Music Publishers, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Dec48; EP32542. 

BURKETT, HAZEL. 
Floating dreams, words by Hope Burkett 
music by Hazel Burkett. © Nordyke 
Pushing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
k J? J3082. 

BURKETT, HOPE. 
Floating dreams. See Burkett, Hazel. 

BURKHARD WILLY, 1900- 

Hymnus; [by] Willy Burkhard. Op. 57. 

f3£ ttt JJ' ® Universal-Edition, Wien- 
29Nov41; EF12260. ' ' 

"Das Jahr [by] Willy Burkhard. Op. 62 
Oratorium fur gemischten Chor Soli 
(Sopran, Alt, Bass) und Orchester 
Dichtung von Hermann Hiltbrunner 
Klavierauszug mit Gesang von Adelheid 
Indermuhle. © Universal -Edition, Wien- 
9Mar42; on arrangement; EF12244. 
Piano-vocal score. 

BURLEIGH, HARRY T. 
Lawd, whatcha' gonna do wid me? See 
Johnson, J. C. 

BURLEY, DAN. 
The chicken shack shuffle; words and music 
by Dan Burley. © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 12Apr49; EP35918. 
They raided the place. See Jordan, Louis. 

BURMAN, MAURICE. 
Jungle bird; by Maurice Burman. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 29Apr49; 
EP36572. Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 



BURNAM, EDNA-MAE, 1900- 
When I ride a little bucking broncho; piano 
solo with words, by Edna-Mae Burnam. 
© The Wilhs Music Co., Cincinnati; 
14Apr49; EP36029. 

BURNETT, ERNEST M. 
Rachmones; prayer for pity, words by 
John Klenner, music by Ernie Burnett. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 
York; 29Dec48; EP32534. 

BURNETTE, SMILEY, 1911- 

Dentists; words and music by Smiley 
Burnette, arr. by Stanley Ellison. 
© Rancho Music Co., Studio City, Calif.; 
24Jan49; EP33512. 

I ain't goin' to do tomorrow what I didn't 
get done today; words and music by 
Smiley Burnette, [arr. S. Ellison] 
© Rancho Music Co., Studio City, Calif.; 
15Jun49; EP37687. 

Stingy, by Smiley Burnette, arr. by Stanley 
Ellison. © Rancho Music Co., Studio 
City, Calif.; 24Jan49; EP33513. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Three hermits; words and music by 
Smiley Burnette. © Rancho Music Co., 
Studio City, Calif.; 24Jan49; EP33511. 

Tonight's my night to howl; words and 
music by Smiley Burnette, [arr. by S. 
Ellison] © Rancho Music Co., Studio 
City, Calif.; 15Jun49; EP37686. 

You put me on my feet, when you took her 
off my hands; by Smiley Burnett, arr. by 
Stanley Allison. © Rancho Music, Studio 
City, Calif.; 18Apr49; EP35886. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

BURNS, ALEX. 
Calling thee home [by] Alex Burns. 
© Percy B. Crawford; 21Nov48; EP32622. 
Hymn, with music. 

BURNS, BERYL D 1905- 

See and hear basic recorded accordion 
course; by Beryl D. Burns and F. H. 
Klickmann. © O. Pagani & Bro., inc., 
New York; 30jun48; AA106882. 

BURNS, BOBBY J 1902- 

Nowl Nowl Now! is the time; novelty 
waltz, words and music by George Howe 
[and] Bobby Burns. © George Howe & 
Bobby Burns; 5Apr49; EP36659. 

BURNS, JEANNE. 
Don't have to tell nobody. See Mott, Harold. 

BURNS, JOHNNY. 
Let's clean up the U.S.A.; words and 
music by Johnny Burns. © Victory 
Music Co., New York; 2Dec48; EP33383. 

BURNS, MORREY. 
What my eyes see, my heart believes. 
See Mann, Lois. 

BURNS, NORMAN. 

Campbell Connelly be-bop series; examples 
and studies in the be-bop idiom, for drums, 
illus. by Norman Burns. London, Camp 
bell, Connelly [1948] Partial contents 
separately registered: EF11922. 

If I had you. See Connelly, Reg. 

BURNS, ROBERT. 
Ca' the yowes. See Roberton, Hugh 

Stevenson. 
The laughing song. See Franklin, Vincent. 
The red rose. See Bacon, Ernst. 

BURNS, WILBUR L 
Be modern, dear; words and music by 
Wilbur L. Burns. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif,; lDec48; EP33084. 

BURNS, WILFRED. 
(Fools rush in) Love undecided; theme 
music from Fools rush in, by Wilfred 
Burns, orch. by Robert Gill. © Francis, 
2S o & , q H 9 unt Jr r > ltd. , London; 4A P r49; 
t!.i!l3■5y^. Piano-conductor score and 
parts. 



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BURNTVEDT, T. O. 
Hosanna, Son of David. See Sateren, 
Leland Bernhard. 

BURON, JULIO A. 
Esa que quise yo. See Siro, Raul Fernandez. 
Anoche nacio este tango. 

BURR, IDA. 
In the gardens of the West. See Hall, David. 



BURRIS JIM. 
Ballin the jack. 



See Smith, Chris. 



BURTON, ELDIN, 1913- 
Autumn leaves; waltz, for piano solo, 
by Eldin Burton. © The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 4May49; EP36733. 

"Sonatina; by Eldin Burton. <SJ Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 18Jan49; EP34910. 
Score (flute and piano) and part. 

BURTZ MARY. 
In a little home with Jesus; lyric and music 
by Mary Burtz [and] Charles W. Chylinski. 
Warrior, Ala., Essentials of Music Pub. 
Co. © Charles W. Chylinski; 22Mar49, 
EP36164. 

BURY, WINIFRED, 1897- 
A Christmas song; words and music by 
Winifred Bury. (Lyric collection, no. 1750) 
© Paterson's Publications, ltd., London; 
31Dec48; EF12516. 

BUSBY, DENNIS. 
Yankee sailor boy. See Holmes, Horace. 

BUSBY, ROBERT. 
Anything might happen; by Robert Busby. 

©Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13108. Melody with instrumental cues. 
Blue fly; by Robert Busby. © Chappell 

& Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13109. 

Melody with instrumental cues. 
Crime wave; by Robert Busby. © Chappell 

& Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF131K5. 

Melody with instrumental cues. 
School for charm; piano solo, by Robert 

Busby. © Chappell &Co.. ltd.; London; 

24Jan49; EF12477. 

BUSCK, MILDRED THORBURN. See 
Thorburn-Busck, Mildred. 

BUSH, GEOFFREY. 
Fire! Fire! [By] Geoffrey Bush [words by] 
Thomas Campion. (In his Three Eliza- 
bethan songs, p. 3-7) "©"Novello & Co., 
ltd., London; 9Dec48; EF11712. 

Sigh no more, ladies, [by] Geoffrey Bush 
[words by] William Shakespeare. (In his 
Three Elizabethan songs, p. 13-16) 
© Novello & Co., ltd., London, 9Dec48; 
EF11714. 

Sweet, stay awhile; [by] Geoffrey Bush 
[words by] John Donne. (In his Three 
Elizabethan songs, p. 9 -IT) - © Novello 
& Co,, ltd, London, 9Dec48, EF11713. 

Three Elizabethan songs, [by] Geoffrey 
Bush. London, Novello [1948 J Contents 
separately registered: EF11712-11714. 

BUSH, GLADYS BLAKELY. 
A Christmas hymn; [by] Gladys Blakely 

Bush, words by Grace Strickler Dawson. 

(Octavo edition, no. 1464) © Clayton F. 

Summy Co., Chicago; 9May49; EP36966. 

Score: chorus (SATB) and organ. 
O, be joyful in the Lord. Jubilate Deo. 

[by] Gladys Blakely Bush. (Octavo ' 

edition, no. 1457) © Clayton F. Summy 

Co., Chicago; 24Feb49; EP34465. Score: 

SSATB and organ reduction. 
A tragic story, [by] Gladys Blakely Bush, 

[words by] William Makepeace Thackeray. 

(Octavo edition no. 2106) © Clayton F. 

Summy Co., Chicago; 4Feb49; EP34145. 

Score; SSATB and piano reduction. 



BUSH, GRACE, 1890- 
The coquette, for piano, by Grace Bush. 
© Wesley Webster, San Francisco; 
29Dec48; EP32700. 
God Is my salvation, sacred song, music by 
Grace Bush, [words from Isaiah, Ch. 12] 
© Wesley Webster, San Francisco; 
29Dec48; EP32699. 

BUSH, NANCY. 
Bolava hlavenka. See Martinu, Bohuslav. 

Car ovarii a pomluvy. See Martinu, 

Bohuslav. 
Cestou k mile. See Martinu, Bohuslav. 
Husicky na vode. See Martinu, Bohuslav. 
Seven merry songs. See Kabalevskii, 

Dmitrii Borisovich. 
Vzkazani po holubince. See Martinu, 

Bohuslav. 

BUSKIRK, HAROLD. 
Is there any need to worry? By Jean 
Branch and Harold Buskirk, © Acuff- 
Rose Publications, Nashville; 8Jun49; 
EP37403. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

BUSONI, FERRUCCIO, 183S-1924. 
Tanz-Walzer; [by] Ferruccio Busoni, 
[arr. by Michael von Zadora] Op. 53. 
(Edition Breitkopf, Nr. 5197) © Breitkopf 
Publications, inc., New York, (in notice: 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig); 15Dec21, on 
arrangement; EF12963. For piano. 

BUSSELL, CLIFFORD JOHN, 1895- 
1*11 come to you whate'er befalls; ballad, 

words and music by Clifford J. Bussell. 

© Clifford John Bussell; 12May49; 

EP36791. 
The waltz is breathless with romance; 

ballad, words and music by Clifford 

J. Bussell. © Clifford John Bussell; 

12May49; EP36790. 

BUSSOLI, BOB. 
My little gal of yesterday. See Richard, 
Leo. 

BUSZIN, WALTER EDWIN, 1899- ed. 

Five chorales; [from the] Walther Collec- 
tion, selected and ed. by Walter E. 
Buszin. (Anthology of sacred music, 
BA 25) © Concordia Publishing House, 
St. Louis; 10Apr49; on editing; EP37538. 
Close score: SATB. 

Memorial collection of organ preludes 
and variations. See Walther, Johann 
Gottfried. Organ works. 

BUTLER, GERALD. 
Forgive me for dreaming. See Black, 
Stanley. Third time lucky. 

BUTLER, JOSEPHINE. 
I'll always be waiting for you. See Tobin, 
Louis. 

BUTLER, RALPH. 
There's nothing to do in Sleepyville. 
See Cassen, Eddie. 

BUTTERFIELD, BILLY. 
Flip-flop; by Billy Butter field and Mickey 
Carrano, piano solo, transcribed by Pete 
Rugolo, New York, Capitol Songs. 
© Criterion Music Corp., 28Mar49; 
EP35694. 

[BUTTERFIELD, JAMES AUSTIN] 
When you and I were young, Maggie; [arr. 
for] accordion solo by Earl Hazelle. 
© Belwin, inc.. New York; 28Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP35410. 

BUYS, PETER. 
"Atlantis overture', [byj Peter Buys. 
Op. 106. (Band no. 168) © Belwin inc 
New York, 3jan49, EP32601. Score (band), 
condensed score and parts. 
BUZZO, A L 

I woke up too soon, words and music by 
A. L. Buzzo. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP33085. 



BYERS, WALLACE. 
P. H. D. in love; [by] Wallace Byers. 

© Wallace Byers; 10Feb49; EP34897. 

For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Texas longhorns on stampede; [by] Wallace 

Byers. © Wallace Byers; 7Mar49; 

EP35134. For voice and piano, with chord 

symbols. 
Tune my music teacher wrote for me; 

[by] Wallace Byers. © Wallace Byers; 

10Feb49; EP34898. For voice and piano, 

with chord symbols. 

BYHMAR, GOSTA. 
Kilroy-visan. See Bergstrom, Gulli. 



BYLER, LELAND. 
The Carona harmonica method. 
Joseph A. 



See Mince, 



BYLES, BLANCHE DOUGLAS. 
A prayer for courage; words by Grace Noll 
Crowell, music by Blanche Douglas Byles. 
([Pub. order no.] 28006) © Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 20Dec48, 
EP33258 

BYNNER, HAROLD WITTER. 
Voices. See Duke, John Woods. 

BYNNER, WITTER. 
The inlaid harp. See Beckwith, John. 

Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty. 
The limpid river. See Beckwith, John. 

Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty. 
On a rainy night. See Beckwith, John. 

Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty. 
Parting at a wine shop. See Beckwith, 

John. Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty. 

Staircase of jade. See Beckwith, John. 
Lyrics of the T'ang dynasty. 

BYRD, JERRY. 
Steelin' the blues; by Jerry Byrd. © Acuff- 
Rose Publications, Nashville; 25Mar49, 
EP35205. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

BYRD, WILLIAM, 1542 or 3-1623. 

"(Vocal works) The collected vocal works 

of William Byrd; ed. by Edmund H. 

Fellowes. © Stainer & Bell, ltd., London; 

v.ll, 3QDec48; EF11624. 
"(Vocal works) The collected vocal works 

of William Byrd; ed. by Edmund H. 

Fellowes. © Stainer & Bell, ltd., London; 

v.10, 30Dec48; EF11626. 
"(Vocal works) The collected vocal works 

of William Byrd; ed. by Edmund H. 

Fellowes. © Stainer & Bell, ltd., London; 

v.12, 3QDec48; EF11625. 

BYRNE, THEODORE STUART. 
I could kiss you for that; music & arrange- 
ment by Theodore Byrne. © Theodore 
Stuart Byrne; 26Jan49; on arrangement; 
EU155204. Score: orchestra. 

BYRON, RICHARD. 
A Lincoln song book for young America. 
See Reisf eld, Bert. 



C, S., Sister . 
See Mother, at your feet is kneeling. 

CAB, MARC, pseud . See^ 
Cabridens, Marcel Eugene. 

CABANILLES, JUAN, 1644-1712. 
"Opera selecta; pro organo [by] Johanms 
Cabanilles, nunc primum in lucem 
scripta, cura et studio Hygini Anglis. 
Prima editio practica, revisa et adnotata 
per Charles Tournemire et Flor Peeters. 
© Schott freres, Bruxelles; v. 2, 9Nov48; 
on annotations, revision & phrasing; 
EF11416. 



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CABANILLES, JUAN, 1644-1712. Cont'd. 
Opera selecta pro organo; nunc primum in 
lucem scripta, cura et studio Hygini 
Anglis. Prima editio practica, revisa et 
adnotata per Charles Tournemire et Flor 
Peeters. © Schott freres, Bruxelles; 
v. 3, 21Jan49 (in notice: 1948); on annota- 
tion, revision & phrasing; EF12446. For 
organ. 

CABIATI, ENRICO C. 
Cordoba. See Lecuona y Casado, Ernesto. 

Andalucla. 
Poinciana. See Simon, Nat. 

CABRIDENS, MARCEL EUGENE. 
Amaya. See Scotto, Vincent. 
Bolero d' amour. See Scotto, Vincent. 

CADICAMO, ENRIQUE. 
Fuego azul. See Fidanzini, Vieri. 

CADMAN, CHARLES WAKEFIELD, 1881- 
1946. 

The fields are white; sacred song, poem 
by Katharine Bainbridge, music by 
Charles Wakefield Cadman. © The 
Harmony Music Publishers, Chicago; 
lDec48; EP33651. 

CAGLE, BOB. 
My heart's aflame, words by Billy Halop, 
music by Bob Cagle. © RosSongs Music 
Publishers, Los Angeles; ljun48; EP33997. 

CAHN, SAMUEL. 
Blame my absent-minded heart. See 

Styne, Jule. It's a great feeling. 
Fiddle dee dee. _See Styne, Jule. It's a 

great feeling. 
Give me a song with a beautiful melody. 

See Styne, Jule. It's a great feeling. 
I wish that I could be a singing cowboy. 

See Chaplin, Saul. Go west, young lady. 

It's a great feeling. See Styne, Jule. 

CAILLAT, JEAN ANDRE. 
Nina. See Temmer, Frank. 

CAILLIET, LUCIEN, 1891- 

American holiday; overture, [by] Lucien 
Cailliet. © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., Phila- 
delphia; 26Apr49; EP36765. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

I've been working on the railroad; para- 
phrase by Lucien Cailliet. (National band 
ed., no. 21) © Sam Fox Pub. Co., New 
York; 20May49; on paraphrase; EP37306. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 

CAILLIET, VERA L. 
O life with splendor. See Grieg, Edvard 
Hagerup. 



CAIN, ELMER JAMES, 1930- 
Jesus is able to keep mejby] E. James 
™ n « B »„ E1 mer James Cain; 12Jan49; 
EP33862. Close score: SATB. 

CAIN, GERTRUDE BARBARA. 
Indeedy I love you. See Richard, Leo. 

CAIN, NOBLE, 1896- 

King Jesus is a-listenin'; chorus for mixed 
voices, optional a cappella, S.S.A.T.B. 
Spiritual arr. by Noble Cain, traditional 
[words]. (Choral octavos, no. 1664) © Hall 
& McCreary Co„ Chicago; 24Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP34092. 

Little David, play on your harp; SAB 
accompanied, Negro spiritual, arr. by 
Noble Cain. (Choral series, 88054) 
© Harold Flammer, inc., New York; 
10May49; on arrangement; EP37857. 

Sail on, O my soul; [by] Noble Cain. ([Pub. 
order] no. 1887) © Choral Press, Chi- 
cago; lMay49; EP37261. Score: chorus 
(SSAATTBB) and piano reduction. 



When love is kind; chorus for mixed voices, 
optional a cappella, S.A.T.B. Old English 
melody arr. by Noble Cain, [words by] 
Thomas Moore. (Choral octavos, no. 1119) 
© Hall & McCreary Co., Chicago; 24Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); on arrangement; EP34089, 

When love is kind; chorus for treble voices, 
optional a cappella, S.S.A. Old English 
melody arr. by Noble Cain, [words by] 
Thomas Moore. (Choral octavos, no. 2094) 
© Hall & McCreary Co., Chicago; 24Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP34090. 



CAINE, SID. 
Clowning at the N. V. A. 
James Francis. 



See McHugh, 



CAIRO, PABLO. 
El tibiri tabara,' guaracha, letra y musica 
de Pablo Cairo, arreglo de Perez Prado. 
© Peer International Corp., Habana; 
24Jun48; EF12387. 

CALABRY, JOHN. 
Tengo un caballito bianco. My white pony. 
Cancion vaquera fox -trot, letra de Homero 
A. Exposito, musica de [and English lyric 
by] John Calabry. © Editorial Argentina 
de Musica Internacional, s. r. ltda., 
Buenos Aires; 30Dec48; EF13055. 

CALDER, ROBERT. 
A thought in my heart for you; by Robert 
Calder. © Johnstone -Montei, inc., 
New York; 5Jul49; EP37975, For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

CALIGAN, WOODY. 
The Dixieland polka, by Al Donahue and 
Woody Caligan. © Shapiro, Bernstein & 
Co., inc., New York; 20Dec48; EP33262. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 



CALIVAS, KATHLEEN. 
The sun is bound to shine. 



See Hall, David. 



CALLAHAN, CHARLOTTE DAVIS. 
Carlotta, my own; words and music by 
Charlotte Davis Callahan. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Dec48; EP32726. 

CALLANAN, CHARLES. 
All in favor. See Princeton University. 
Triangle Club. 

CALLAWAY, A BERTONE. 

Catch me, honey, I'm falling in love with 

you: words and music by A. Bertone 

Callaway. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 

Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; EP36850. 

CALLE, OSCAR. 
Aguardare. Je veux garder. Rumba chantee, 
paroles francaises de Bertal-Maubon, 
paroles [espagnolesl et musique de O. 
Calle. © Editions Eimef-Opera, Paris; 
20Jan49; EF13190. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 
Como una leyenda. Mon plus tendre amour; 
paroles francaises de Bertal [pseud., 
and] Maubon, paroles et musique de O. 
Calle. © Editions Eimef-opera, Paris; 
10Jan49; EF12548. Parts: orchestra, with 
words. 

CALLE N, RUDY E 1910- 

This is life; [by] Rudy E. Callen. © Rudy 
E. Callen; 23Jan49; EP34903. For voice 
and piano. 

CALVERT, JOHN W. 
If you don't love me. See Robinson 
J. Russel. 

CALVICI, A. 
Mein liebes Wien. See Cozziani, Alverio. 

[CALZIA, EUGENIO] 
Negrita; rumba parole di Nisa [pseud.], 
musica di Madero [pseud.] © Accordo, 
s.a. Edizioni musicali, Milano; 30jan48; 
EF12905. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 



Sul mare luccica, swing, parole di Nisa 
[pseud.], musica di E. Calzia. © Accordo, 
s.a., Edizioni musicali, Milano, 5Feb48, 
EF12906. 

CAMACHO, JOHNNIE. 
You and the night and the music. See 

Schwartz, Arthur. Revenge with music. 
Yours is my heart alone. See Lehar, Ferenc. 
Das Land des Lachelns. 

CAMARATA, 
Rhapsody for saxophone; by Camarata. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 4Apr49; 
EP35651. Score (saxophone and piano) 
and part. 
Rumbalero; a modern composition, Dy 
Camarata. © Mills Music, inc., New 
York; 4Apr49; EP35650. 2 scores for 
2 pianos. 

CAMBRIA, JOAQUIN. 
The hula oni oni e; words and music by 
Cliff Bernal and Joaquin Cambria, arr. 
by Bernie Kaai. © Ray Meany, d.b.a. 
Aloha Songs, Oakland, Calif.; 10Jun49, 
EP37679. 

CAMPANARI, LEANDRO, 1859-1939. 
Pope Pius XI; missa solemnis, [by] 
Leandro Campanari. © Louise Charlotte 
Campanari, 7Feb49; EU156403. Score: 
(solo voices, SATB, and organ) and voice 
parts. 



CAMPBELL, ANNE. 
Epidemics. See Peycke, Frieda. 

CAMPBELL, EDITH, arr . 
The Victor s triumph, Easter anthem for 
mixed voices, text by Claire Crosby, 
melody adapted from the 16th century 
German carol Wir wollen alle f rolich sein, 
arr. by Edith Campbell. (Easter anthems 
no. 15345) © Oliver Ditson Co., Phila- 
delphia; 4Jan49; on arrangement; EP33625. 

CAMPBELL, JIMMY. 
If I had you. See Connelly, Reg. 

CAMPBELL, LUCIE E 
Awake I for thy God reigneth! By Lucie E. 
Campbell. [Words from Isaiah, 52] 
© Lucie E. Campbell; HApr49; EP36274, 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano or organ. 

CAMPBELL, NANCY, 1939- 
Christmas bells, by Nancy Campbell. 
© Nancy Campbell; 10Dec48; EP33923. 
For piano, with words. 

CAMPBELL, R. 
At the Lamb' s high feast we sing. See 
Wadely, F. W. 

CAMPBELL, W W 

Time has changed you very little; words 
and music by W. W. Campbell. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28jun48; EP33042. 

CAMPBELL-WATSON, FRANK. 
All I want for Christmas is my two front 

teeth. See Gardner, Donald Yetter. 
Choral procession. See Kountz, Richard. 

The song of man. 
Forward to Christ! See O'Hara, Geoffrey. 
In Monte Oliveti. See Croce, Giovanni. 
Marimba capers. See Caneva, Ernest O. 

CAMPION, EDWARD. 
The ninety and nine, general anthem for 
mixed voices with soli for soprano, alto 
tenor and bass [by] Edward Campion, arr. 
by Allen Griffith [pseud.] poem by Eliza- 
beth G. Clephane. (Octavo no. 927) © Bel- 
win, inc., New York; 26Jan49; on arrange- 
ment; EP33953. 

CAMPOAMOR, R. 
Mas cerca. See Mana-Zucca, pseud . 



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CAMPOAMOR, n. DE. 
Poema. See Turina, Joaquin. 

CANARO, FRANCISCO. 
Aunque no lo crean. See Canaro, Rafael. 
Cuando el corazon. See Canaro, Rafael. 
El que a hierro mata. See Canaro, Rafael. 

CANARO, MARIO. 
Cantemos para olvidar; tango cancion, 
letra de Victor E. Prestipino, musica de 
Mario Canaro. © Editorial Argentina de 
Musica Internacional, s. de r. ltda., 
Buenos Aires; 22Dec48; EF13243. 

CANARO, RAFAEL, 1890- 

Aunque no lo crean. Medisance. Tango 
cancion. Paroles franchises de Henri 
Doucet, paroles espagnoles et musique 
de Raphael & Francisco Canaro. © Julio 
Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13191. Parts: 
orchestra; with words. 

Cuando el corazon; tango, [de] Rafael et 
Francisco Canaro, [paroles francaises 
de H. Lemarchand, paroles espagnoles de 
Carmelo Santiago] © Julio Garzon; 
31Mar49; EF13186. Parts: orchestra; 
with words. 

El que a hierro mata. Le pantin. Tango 
cancion. Paroles francaises de Henri 
Doucet, paroles espagnoles de Ivan Pelay, 
musique de Raphael & Francisco Canaro. 
( With his Aunque no lo crean) © Julio 
Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13191. Parts: or- 
chestra; with words. 

CANDELL, THOMAS P 1909- 

Zingarella; lyrics by Hank Fort, music by 
Tom Candell. © Candell Music Publishers, 
inc., Oakland, Calif.; 21Dec48; on words; 
EP34019. 

CANDOLI, CONTE. 
L'Ana. See Jackson, Chubby. 

CANE, HUMBERTO. 
Suave. See Mendez, Silvestre. 
Vacilando. See Jimenez, Homero. 

CANEVA, ERNEST O 
Champions on parade; march [by] Ernest 

O. Caneva. © Remick Music Corp., 

New York; 14Jun49; EP37559. Parts: band. 
Eldorado; paso doble, by Ernest O. Caneva. 

© Remick Music Corp., New York; 

16Jun49; EP37730. Condensed score 

(band) and parts. 
Marimba capers; by Ernest O. Caneva, 

[transcribed by Douglas MacLean, pseud.] 

© Remick Music Corp., New York; 

6May49; on arrangement; EP36716. 

Score (xylophone or marimba and piano) 

and part. 

The nobleman; march [by] Ernest O. 
Caneva. © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 3Jun49; EP37574. Parts: band. 

CANO, MARY. 
No one will ever love you the way I 
love you. See Springer, Rudolph. 

CANTON, DON. 
Part-time sweetheart; words and music by 
John Nagy [and] Don Canton. Piano ar- 
rangement by Dick Kent. © Arch Music 
Co., inc., New York; 21Mar49; EP35117. 

CANTRELL WILLIAM. 
I won't be here to love you any more, 
words and music by Zeke Clements and 
William "Avery" Cantrell. © Hill & 
Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif., 
3Mar49, EP35170. 

CANUSO, CHARLES NICHOLAS, 1916- 
Two shadows in the doorway; words and 
music by Chuck Canuso © Charles 
Nicholas Canuso; 2May49; EP36630. 

CAPANO, ANDY. 
Until tomorrow comes. See Leader, 
William. 



CAPANO, FRANK, 1899- 
Dream castles; words and music by Bill 

Paolini and Frank Capano. Philadelphia, 

Tin Pan Alley. © Bill Paolini & Frank 

Capano; 13May49; EP36756. 
Dreamy old New England moon. See 

Freedman, Max C. 
Foolish tears; words and music by Herman 

Parris, Morty Berk and Frank Capano. 

Philadelphia, Tin Pan Alley. © Herman 

Parris, Morty Berk & Frank Capano; 

13May49; EP36757. 

CAPO^ BOBBY. 

Sin fe, bolero, by Bobby Capo. © Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp., New York; 
23Feb49; EP34420. For voice and piano. 

CAPPS, L. F. LOUISE. 
That' s why I love you. See Hall, David. 

CAPRI, AGNES. 
Lenore. See Devevey, Pierre. 

CAPUA, E DI. A 

O sole mio; [by] E. di Capua, arr. by Mark 
White. (In New York Journal-American, 
Dec. 5, 1948, p. L-38. Music America 
loves best, no. 10) © Radio Corp. of 
America, Camden, N. J.; 5Dec48; B5-9816. 
For voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols. 

CAPY, RAYMOND. 
Dernier voyage. See Doering, Hector 
Adolphe Francois. 

CARA BELLA, JOHN F 1885- 

Lamia; opera in three scenes, libretto by 
James Whaler, music by John F. Carabella. 
© John F. Carabella; 6May49; EU166518. 
Piano-vocal score. 

CARCASSI, MATTEO. 
Etude de tremolo, [by] M. Carcassi, arrange- 
ment pour guitar e par S. Ranieri. © Edi- 
tion Cranz, Brussels (in notice: A. Cranz); 
15Sep47; on arrangement; EF12150. 

CARCO, FRANCIS. 
L'orgue des amoureux. See Varel, Andre. 

CARDELLO, SALVATORE. 
It's like music in my ear. See Hall, David. 

CARDILLO, S 

Cataril cataril fori Core'ngrato. Nea- 
politan serenade; [by] S. Cardillo, arr. 
by Ronald Binge. © G. Ricordi & Co., 
New York; HMay49; EP37643. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

CARDUCCI, GIOSUE. 
Carducciana. See Hagen, Oskar Frank 
Leonard. 

CARELESS, GEORGE. 
Prayer is the soul's sincere deslrej words 
by Montgomery, music by George Care- 
less [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. © Bel- 
win, Inc., New York; 3Mar49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34611. For piano; with words. 

CAREME, MAURICE. 
Prleres chantees. See Bernler, Rene. 

Sortileges ingenus. See Bernier, Rene. 

CARLBERG, BERNDT. 
Och allt blev sagt. See Bergstrom, Gulli. 
Djurgardskvallar. 

CARLE, FRANKIE. pseud . See 
Carlone, Francis N. 

CARLETON, BRUCE. 
First choral book; for two-part treble 
voices comp. by Bruce Carleton. 
© Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 
6Apr49; EP35719. 



Just remember, there is someone. 
McPhail, Lindsay. 



See 



CARLETON, ROBERT LOUIS, 1888- 

All alone; words by Martin J. Frazer, 
music by Bob Carleton. © Cine-Mart 
Music Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Dec47; EP36313. 

For you and me- words by Frankie Rinel- 
h, music by Bob Carleton. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP33404. 

Honey, won't you come back to me? Words 
by Clarence Wisor, music by Bob Carle- 
ton. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 17Dec48; EP33593. 

If all times were yesterday; words by 
Emily Turner, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 15Dec47; EP36310. 

I'll always love you; words by Helen V. 
Arcaro, music by Bob Carleton. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP36879. 

Lonesome for you, words by Cody Mac- 
Millan, music by Bob Carleton. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
26Aug28; EP32854. 

Lost in a dream with you; words by George 
Lee, music by Bob Carleton. © Cine- 
Mart Music Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Dec47; EP36308. 

My little black sheep; words by Mary A. 
Miller, music by Bob Carleton. © Cine- 
Mart Music Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Dec47; EP36307. 

Please don't cry; words by Joseph E. 
Morris, music by Bob Carleton. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33577. 

The price of peace; words by Jared 
Shannon, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 22Dec48, EP33430. 

Senor Joe from Mexico; words by Carl L. 
HiU, music by Bob Carleton. © Carl L. 
Hill; 15Feb49; EP34417. 

Sweet Lana Lou; words by Edith Nickel, 
music by Bob Carleton. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 
30Dec48; EP33534. 

The toupee song, words by Ed Wells, music 
by Bob Carleton. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33088. 

We're a-dancin' in the old red barn tonight; 
words by Wally Wiley, music by Bob 
Carleton. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 10Nov48; EP34686. 

Why do you do these things to me? Words 
by Irene Algard, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32926. 

Won't you be my girl? Words by Lewis 
W. Biere, music by Bob Carleton. Indian- 
apolis, Crossroads Music Publishers. 
© Lewis W. Blere; 20Jan49; EP33844. 

Yippi yi ya ya, Las Vegas; words by 
Morris E. Brewer, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Mar49; EP36898. 

CARLONE, FRANCIS N. 

Rue de romance. See Shaftel, Selig. 
CARLSEN, B. 

Nattevagt. See Olsen, Carl. 

CARLSEN, HENRY, 1899- 
Jeg har i mit hjerte; af Carlsen. © Wllhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, K/6benhavn; 21Jan49; 
EF12361. For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols. 
CARLSON, BILL. 
Till forever. See Hall, David. 

CARLSON, HARRY. 
I thought I was dreaming. See Nolan, 
Tommy. 

CARLSON, MARIAN. 
Do you love me as I love you? By Marian 
Carlson. © Jerome Music Publications, 
Berwyn, 111.; 13Apr49; EP35940. For 
voice and piano. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



CARLSON, SIGNE. 
Don't let me wait too long, my darling; words 
and music by Signe Carlson. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35858. 

CARLSSON, HENRY. 
Krogen i Uddevalla. See Wahlberg, Herb. 

CARLTON, SAM. 
Let's get behind the President. See 
Dougherty, Dan. 

CARMAN, JENKS. 
Jenks "Tex" Carman, the Dixie Cowboy, 
popular western songs of radio and rec- 
ords; [words & music by Etta Lira, Spade 
Cooley, Jenks Carman, Leo G. Wagner, 
and others] © M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 
Chicago; 6May49; EP36969. 

CARMAN, MARIUS. See 
Carmanne, Marius. 

CARMANNE, MARIUS, d. 1911. 
Conte de noel, morceau de genre pour piano 
[by] Marius Carman. © Editions Salabert, 
Paris, 27Dec48; EF12713. 

CARMICHAEL, HOAGY, 1899- 
Follow the swallow to hide-a-way hollow; 
lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by 
Hoagy Carmichael. © Burke & Van 
Heusen, inc., New York; 15Apr49; EP36015. 

CARNE, GERALD. 
Here in the quiet hills; vocal duet, words 
by P. J. O'Reilly, music by Gerald Carne. 
© C happen & Co., ltd., London; 4Mar49; 
on arrangement; EF12639. 

Lift up your hearts; song, words by Edith 
Temple [pseud.] music by Gerald Carne. 
© Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London; 13Apr49; EF13079. 



CARNEGIE, DEE. 
You're robbin' me. 



See Hall, David. 



CARNES, JOSEF R 
Upon my knees I pray; sacred song, by Josef 
R. Carnes. © Josef R. Carnes; 4Apr49; 
EP36272. 

CARNEY, ESTHER LORETTA. 
Almost seventeen; lyrics by Joseph W. 

Healy, music by Esther L. Carney, [arr. 

by Willem F. Frank] © Esther L. Carney; 

7Mar49; EP35607. 
Day dreams; lyrics by Joseph W. Healy, 

music by Esther L. Carney, [arr. by] 

Willem F. Frank. © Esther L. Carney; 

7Mar49; EP35606. 
Do you remember 7 Lyrics by Joseph W. 

Healy, music by Esther & John Carney, 

[arr. by Willem F. Frank] © Esther L. 

Carney; 7Mar49; EP35610. 
Forever; lyrics by Joseph W. Healy, music 

by Esther L. Carney, [arr. by] Willem F. 

Frank. © Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; 

EP35608. 
Happy all the day; lyrics by Joseph W. 

Healy, music by Esther L. Carney, [arr. 

by] Willem F. Frank. © Esther Li Carney; 

7Mar49; EP35611. 

I like to see the rainbow; lyrics by Joseph 
W. Healy, music by Esther L. Carney 
[arr. by Willem F. Frank] © Esther L. 
Carney; 7Mar49; EP35612. 

I might have known: lyrics by Joseph W. 
Healy, music by Esther L. Carney [and 
John Joseph Carney, arr. by] Willem F. 
Frank. © Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; 
EP35616. 

I want no other girl but you; lyrics by 
Joseph W. Healy, music by Esther L.- 
Carney, [arr. by] Willem F. Frank. 
© Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; EP35614. 

I'm an easy going fellow; lyrics by Joseph 
W. Healy, music by Esther L. Carney 
land John Joseph Carney, arr. by Willem 
F. Frank] © Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; 
EP35609. 



Marie; lyrics by Joseph W. Healy, music 

by Esther L. Carney, [arr. by Willem F. 

Frank] © Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; 

EP35618. 
My mom and dad; lyrics by Joseph W. 

Healy, music by Esther L. Carney, [arr. 

by] Willem F. Frank. © Esther L. 

Carney; 7Mar49; EP35613. 
Someday; lyrics by Joseph W. Healy ; music 

by Esther L. Carney [and John Joseph 

Carney, arr. by Willem F. Frank] 

© Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; EP35615. 
Springtime; lyrics by Joseph W. Healy 

music by Esther L. Carney, [arr. by] 

Willem F. Frank. © Esther L. Carney; 

7Mar49; EP35617. 
Trouble, trouble; lyrics by Joseph W. 

Healy, music by Esther L. Carney [and 

John Joseph Carney, arr. by Willem F. 

Frank] © Esther L. Carney; 7Mar49; 

EP35619. 

CARNEY, JOHN JOSEPH. 
Do you remember? See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
I might have known. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
I'm an easy going fellow. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 
Someday. See Carney. Esther Loretta. 

Trouble, trouble. See Carney, Esther 
Loretta. 

CARON, ALLAN. 
Panis angelicus, with violin obligato, by 
Allan Caron. © Mello-Music Publishing 
Co., Winnipeg, Can.; lFeb49; EF12470. 
For voice and piano or organ; with part 
for violin. 

CARPENTER, CONSTANCE. 
Amelia Cordelia McHugh, Mac who? See 
Salerno, Nicola. 

CARPENTER, JOHN ALDEN, 1876- 
Krazy Kat; a jazz pantomime, mui;ic by 
John Alden Carpenter, based on the Krazy 
Kat newspaper cartoons of George Herri- 
man, specially illus. by Geo. Herriman, 
and arr. for pianoforte by the composer. 
© G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 24Dec48; 
on rev. version; EP34776. 

CARPER, VIRGINIA SPEIDEN. 
Triumphal march. See Grieg, Edvard 
Hagerup. Sigurd Jorsalfar. 

CARR, HAVEN ROBERTS, 1925- 
Mountain majesty; by Haven R. Carr. 
© Haven Roberts Carr; lA P r49; EP35939. 
For piano. 

CARR, JOHNNY. 
In Covington, Kentucky, by Johnny Carr 
l°™. d . Gornston, New York; 20Jan49; 
kP33899. For voice and piano with 
chord symbols. 

CARR, LEON, 1910- 
I m not too sure of my 1'amour; by Al 
Hoffman, Leo Corday and Leon Carr 
© Edwin H. Morris & Co., inc., New 
York; 27Apr49; EP36498. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

CARR, MAURICE F. 
Three short prayers. See Hicks, 
Margaret B. 

CARR, MICHAEL, pseud . See 
Cohen, Maurice Alfred. 

CARRANO, MICKEY. 
Flip-flop. See Butterfield, Billy. 

CARRARA, E 
Malgre moi; paroles de Gisele Reille 
[pseud.] & Georges Lourier, musique de 
E. Carrara & Gisele Reille. © Ste. ane. 
fse. Chappell, Paris; 4Apr49; EF12935. 



CARRARA, EMILE. 
Pour toj, pour moi; paroles de G. Lourier 
& Gisele Reille, musique de Emile 
Carrara. © Societe anonyme franpaise 
Chappell-Paris, Paris; 2May49; EF13403. 

CARRE, JOHN F 

Banjo strummin ; piano solo, by John F. 
Carre. © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 18Apr49; EP36063. 

Mist; for piano solo, by John F. Carre. 
© Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 16May49; EP36799. 

Swans at the dawn; piano solo, by John F. 
Carre. © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 16May49; EP36800. 

Windblown; piano solo, by John F. Carre. 
© Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 16May49; EP36801. 

CARRERE, EMILIO. 
Flor de verbena. See Gasc6n, Joaquin 
Angel. 

CARRILLO, BOLINA. 

Deja que te mire; bolero mambo, letra y 
musica [del Isolina Carrillo, arreglo de 
Perez Frado. © Rumbalero Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 29Mar49; EP35474. 
Parts: orchestra. 

No te desesperes; by Ysolina Carrillo. 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 23jun49; EP37941. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

CARIIOLL, CARABEL. 
Your own home town. See Leader, William. 

CARROLL, CHARLES. 

Better get you ready, S.A.T.B., adapted 
from the original and arr. by Lorenzo 
Countee, Harold Edwards and Charles 
Carroll. (Choral art series, 1031) 
© Abbey Music Co., inc., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Dec48; on adaptation & arrange- 
ment; EP33270. 

No condemnation in my soul, solo and 
S.A.T.B., adapted and freely arr. by 
Lorenzo Countee, Harold Edwards and 
Charles Carroll. (Choral art series, 
1029) © Abbey Music Co., inc., New 
York; 21Dec48; on adaptation & arrange- 
ment; EP33271. 

CARROLL, GENE. 
Cimmanom cake. See Collins, Will. 

CARROLL, MATTIE, 1899- 
Just send a prayer to heaven; arr. by Helen 
Turner and Henrietta Coleman, words & 
music by Mattie Carroll. Cleveland, 
Coleman's Studio of Gospel Music and 
Church Supply Store. © Mattie Carroll; 
60ct48; EP32824. 
CARROZZA CARMEN, 1921 
Lynne, waltz, [by] Carmen Carrozza. 
(Simplified teaching series for accordion, 
no. 1213) © Accordion Music Publishing 
Co., New York; 30Jun49; EP37948. 

CARROZZA, JOSEPH. 
I'm always thinking of you, words & music 
by Joseph Carrozza. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP33071. 
CARRUTH, LOUISE EMILY, 1896- 
Mother's Day; [by] Louise E. Carruth. 
© Louise Emily Carruth; 30Apr49; 
EP36461. For voice and piano. 

CARSON, CLAUDIA. 
Trust my foolish heart; words and music 
by Dave Mann, Ginny Johnson and Claudia 
Carson. © Harvey Music Corp. , New 
York; 18Mar49; EP35077. 

CARSON, JENNY LOU. 
Don t rob another man's castle; words and 
music by Jenny Lou Carson [arr. by the 
Oahu staff] (Oahu publishing co., no. 988) 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 18Apr49; on arrangement; EP37410. 
For voice and two guitars. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CARSON, JENNY LOU. Cont'd. 

Don't rob another man's castle; words and 
music by Jenny Lou Carson. © Hill and 
Range Songs, Inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Feb49: EP34650. 

The echo of your footsteps; words and 
music by Jenny Lou Carson. © Hill & 
Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24May49; EP37423. 

I feel like cryin' over you; words and music 
by Jenny Lou Carson. © Hill & Range 
Songs inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 3Mar49; 
EP35168. 

Tit for tat. See Foley, Red. 

You're just a butterfly; words and music 
by Jenny Lou Carson. © Hill and Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.: 3Mar49; 
EP35472. 

CARSTENS, DOROTHY L. 
Lonesome and blue, not for you. See 

Hall, David. 
Poinciana. See Simon, Nat. 

CARTA, MARIO. 
Cordoba.^ See Lecuona y Casado, Ernesto. 
Andalucia. 

CARTER, ANITA. 
The kneeling drunkard's plea; by Maybelle 
Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter [and] 
Anita Carter. © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville; HMay49; EP36755. For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and chord 
symbols. 

CARTER, BENNY. 
Be bop boogie, by Benny Carter, [tran- 
scribed by Morris Feldman] New York, 
Capitol Songs. © Atlantic Music Corp. 
7Dec48, EP33808. For piano. 

CARTER, BUENTA. 
Bouncing the ball; by Buenta Carter. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

28Feb49; EP34599. For piano. 
The circus parade; by Buenta Carter. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

28Feb49; EP34600. For piano. 
Moon fairies; by Buenta Carter. © Clay- 
ton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 31Mar49; 

EP35532. For piano. 
Omaha Indian braves; by Buenta Carter. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

24Feb49; EP34466. For piano, with 

words. 

CARTER, ELLIOTT COOK, 1908- 
Emblems; for chorus of men's voices and 
piano [by] Elliott Carter, [words by Allen 
Tate] (Contemporary choral series, 
MP-120) © Music Press, inc., New York; 
3May49; EP36521. 

"Musicians wrestle everywhere [madrigal] 
for mixed chorus, SSATB, a cappella 
or with strings [by] Elliott Carter [poem 
by Emily Dickinson] © Music Press, 
inc., New York; 10Dec48; EP32543. 
Vocal score, with piano reduction. 
"(Spnata, piano) Piano sonata, 1945-46 
[by] Elliott Carter. © Music Press, 
inc., New York; 30Dec48, EP32555. 

CARTER, HELEN. 
The kneeling drunkard's plea. See 

Carter, Anita. 

You belong to me; by Helen Carter. 

© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 

22Jun49; EP37930. For voice and piano, 

with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

CARTER, JUNE. 
The kneeling drunkard's plea. See 
Carter, Anita. 

CARTER, LANE. 
Chain of broken hearts; words and music 
by Lucky Lane Carter. © Liberty Pub- 
lications, Clearfield, Pa.' lNov48- 
EP33865. 



CARTER, MAYBELLE. 
The kneeling drunkard's plea. See 
Carter, Anita. 

CARTER, PERRY, pseud . See 
Green, Phillip. 

CARTER, R STANLEY. 

Dream serenade; words and music by R. 
Stanley Carter. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 27Jul48; EP33041. 

CARTER, RAY, pseud . See 
Krumbein, Maurice. 

CARTER, WILF. 
She lost her cowboy pal; words and music 
by Wilf Carter. © Southern Music 
Publishing Co., inc., New York, 23May49 
(in notice: 1947), EP37608. 

CARY, t ROBERT HAMILTON. 
I don't care if you don't care, I love you 

just the same. See Stevens, Ernest. 
When God gave me you. See Stevens, 
Ernest. 

CARYLL, DAVID. 
The imperial waltz. See Hucke, Heinrich. 

CASADESUS, HENRI, 1867-1947. 
Les recreations de la campagne; [by] 
Henri Casadesus, pour piano. ([Pub. 
order] no. 13138) © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 12Feb47; EF13406. 

CASANOVA, M. 
Vuelve por favor. See Gamboa Ceballos, 
Jose. 

CASANOVAS, FRANCISCO. 
Marujita Reyes, pasodoble [by] Francisco 
Casanovas. © Reinbert & Co., inc., 
New York, 15Dec48; EF11757. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

CASAVOLA, FRANCO. 
Carmela, canzone dal film omonimo, parole 
di E. de Amicis, musica di Franco Casa- 
vola. © Edizioni Curci, s.a., Milano; 
29Mar43 (in notice: 1942); EF12904. 

CASELLA, ALFREDO. 
Quadri di una esposizione. See Musorgskii, 

Modest Petrovich. 
Sonate e fantasie per pianoforte. See Mozart, 
Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang AmaS'eus. 
Piano works. 

"(Symphony, op. 63) Sinfonia per orchestra, 
[by] Alfredo Casella. Partitura. 
© Universal -Edition, Wien; 13Aug41; 
EF12274. 

CASEY, CLAUDE. 
Cloudy skies. See Dahle, Alexander A. 
Juke box gal; by Mel Foree and Claude 
Casey. © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville, Tenn.; 5Jan49; EP32668. For 
voice and piano; with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 

CASINI, ROGER. 
L'amour, toujours l'amour. See Friml, 
Rudolph. 

CASLER, CHARLES. 
T. B. blues: words and music by Charles 
Casler. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 10Mar49; EP36869. 

CASLER, DELLA M 
The forty-ninth state, words and music by 
Delia M. Casler. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP32986. 

CASPER, MATILDA. 
You're like a rose in a garden. See Hall, 
David. 

CASSADY, LEONA B. 
Lost, strayed or stolen. See Hall, David. 



CASSEL, AUGUSTA (ZUCKERMAN) See 
Mana-Zucca, pseud . 

CASSEL, DON. 
Trumpet sessions. See Gearhart, 
Livingston . 

CASSEL, IRWIN M. 
Breakfast with you. See Mana-Zucca, 
pseud . 

Mas cerca. See Mana-Zucca, pseud . 

CASSELL, PETE. 
Moss covered mill. See Kidwell, Harpo. 

CASSEN, EDDIE. 
Carnival time; by Jack Fishman, Peter Hart 
and Eddie Cassen. © Edward Kassner 
Music, Inc., New York; 10May49, 
EP37898. For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols; melody also in tonic sol-fa 
notation. 

There' s nothing to do in Sleepyville; by 
Ralph Butler & Eddie Cassen. © Merrin 
Melodies, London; ljul48; EF12041. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation. 

CASSERMAN, HJALMAR. 

Beatrice-Aurore [by] Hjalmar Casserman 
[words by] Harriet Low enhj elm. (In his 
Sanger och visor, p. 6-7) © Elkan & 
Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, Stockholm, 
ljan39, EF11772. 

Hugsvalelse; [by] Hjalmar Casserman 
[words by] Paul Lundh. (In his Sanger och 
visor, p. 2-4) © Elkan & Schildknecht, 
Emil Carelius, Stockholm, ljan39, 
EF11770. 

Rosita, min segelbat, [by] Hjalmar Casser- 
man. (In his Sanger och visor. : p. 12-13) 
© Elkan & Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm, ljan39, EF11775. Score: 
guitar and piano, with words. 

Rus: [by] Hjalmar Casserman [words by] 
Nils Ferlin. (In his Singer och visor, 
p. 10-11) © Elkan & Schildknecht Emil 
Carelius, Stockholm, ljan39, EF11774. 

Sanger och visor; for en rost med gitarr- 
luta eller piano [by] Hjalmar Casserman. 
Stockholm, Elkan & Schildknecht [1939] 
Contents separately registered: 
EF11770-11776. 

Som du kan ingen kyssa mlna ogonl [By] 
Hjalmar Casserman [words by] Wilheun 
Bernadotte. (In his Sanger och visor, 
p. 8-9) © ElkanTTSchildknechtj.Emil 
Carelius, Stockholm; ljan39; EF11773. 

Varen och vi; [by] Hjalmar Casserman, 
I words by] Einar Malm (In his Sanger och 
visor, p. 14-16) © Elkan & Schildknecht, 
Emil Carelius. Stockholm; ljan39, 
EF11776. 

Violetta tulpaner, [bylHjalmar Casserman 
[words by] Wilhelm Bernadotte. (In his 
Sanger och visor, p. 5) © Elkan & 
Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, Stockholm; 
ljan39; EF11771. 

CASTEGNARO, LOLA. 
Marta Felix; cancion de Lola Castegnaro, 
arreglo de NoeJFajardo. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Internacional, s.a., 
Mexico; 22Dec48; EF13207. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

CASTEGREN, NILS. 
Valse capricieuse; [by] Nils Castegren, arr.: 
William Lind. © Ab Nordiska musikfor- 
laget, Stockholm; ljan46; EF12772. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 

rwrrrr i m T i T i ' i vmrr , i r ^ jf rT 

"Chansons canadiennes; collationnees et 
presentees par Sevrane [pseud.] 
harmonisees par H. Verdun [pseud.] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 1. v., 15Mar49, 
2. v., 23Mar49; on compilation & harmoni- 
zation; EF13166-13167. 



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CASTELAIN, MAURICE, 1895- rw'H, 

La samba des Cacahuetes. See his Toute 

la famille etait la. 
(Toute la famille etait la) La samba des 
Cacahuetes; du film Toute la famille etait 
la, paroles de Jacques Larue [pseud.] 
musique de Henry Verdun [pseud.l © Edi- 
tions Auber, Paris; 14Dec48; EF12117. 
Toute la famille etait la; du film: Toute la 
famille etait la, paroles de Jacques Larue 
[pseud.] musique de Henry Verdun [pseud, j 
© Editions Auber, Paris; 14Dec48; 
EF12120. 

CASTELIN, HENRI. See 
Castelain, Maurice. 

CASTELLANI, LEANDER, 1885- 
Florence, waltz, modern accordion solo, 

by Leander Castellani. © Leander 

Castellani; 4Jan49; EP34252. 
Linda; waltz, modern accordion solo by 

Leander Castellani. © Leander Castellani; 

HApr49; EP35765. 

Queen-Esther, polka, modern accordion 
solo by Leander Castellani. © Leander 
Castellani; 4Jan49; EP34251. 

CASTELLANOS, ALCIDES, 1910- 
Oigan senores; conga, paroles et musique 
de Alcides Castellanos. © Julio Garzon; 
30Mar49; EF13437. Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

CASTE LLI, MARY. 
Ideal of mine. See Bozzelli, Leo. 

CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, MARIO, 1895- 
Ritmo di tango; [by]M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco 
[transcribed by] Jascha Heifetz. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York, 30Mar49; on 
transcription; EP35512. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

CASTILLA, CUATES. See 
Los cuates Castilla ( Musicians ) 

CASTILLO, CATULO. 
Color de barro. See Aieta, Anselmo. 

Mas alia todavia. See Larenza, Juan. 

CASTILLO, EMILIO GONZALEZ DEL. 
El mano torero. See Alonso Lopez, 

Francisco. 
Mujeres de fuego. See Alonso Lopez, 

Francisco. 
No. 7. See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 

Las de los ojos en bianco. 

No. 9. See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 
I Que se diga por la radio! 
Pasodoble. See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 

Las tocas. 
Pasodoble de las horchateras. See Alonso 

Lopez, Francisco. Las de los ojos en 

bianco. 

CASTILLO, NICANDRO. 

El deseoso; huapango [by] Nicandro Castillo. 
( With his El Huejutleno) © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 10Nov48; EF12411. For voice and 
piano. 

El Hidalguense; huapango, letra y musica 
de Nicandro Castillo. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 5Apr49; EF13235. 

El Huejutleno; huapango [by J Nicandro 
Castillo. © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 
10Nov48; EF12410. For voice and 
piano. 

Juchiteca; cancion mexicana, letra y 
musica de Nicandro Castillo. © Pro- 
motora Hispano Americana de Musica, 
s.a., Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13229. 

Molango; huapango, letra y musica de 
Nicandro Castillo. © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico, 
10Nov48, EF12417. 



CASTLE, NICK. 
The wedding waltz. See Liebmann, Jack. 

CASTRILLON, FELIX. 
El dulcerito; letra y musica de Felix 
Castrillon. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 31Dec48; EP34678. 
Filimdn; letra y musica de Felix 
Castrillon. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 31Dec48; EP34679. 

CASWELL, EDWARD. 
When morning gilds the skies. See Clokey, 
Joseph Waddell. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Liturgy and ritual. 
The Proper of the mass; to be sung on 
Sundays & feasts, with 4 settings by Dom 
Laurence Bevenot. London, Sole agents: 
Cary. © Ampleforth Abbey; 18Dec48; 
EF12383. Musical settings (4 leaves) 
laid in. 

CATHOLIC SCHOOL CHORUSES. 
Catholic school choruses; for unison, two 
or three voices. ([Pub. order no.] 1641, 
1665) © McLaughlin & Reilly Co., 
Boston; set 1-2, 12May49; EP37717-37718. 

[CATSOS, NICHOLAS A ] 

Mr. Big; words and music by Garet Romero 

t pseud.] © Peer International Corp., 
lew York; 8Jun48; EP36355. 

CATTON, VICENTE, 1902- 
Perdonar; bolero, letra de Don Rudy, 
musica de Vicente Cattdn. © Ediciones 
Musicales Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires; 
23Aug47 (in notice: 1946); EF13397. 

Recuerdas? Fox cancion, letra de Don 
Rudy, musica de Vicente Catton. 
© Ediciones Musicales Buenos Aires, 
Buenos Aires; 5Jul48; EF13399. 

CAVALLARO, CARMEN, 1917- 
Carmen Cavallaro keyboard harmony, 
a new modern piano method, ed. by George 
Weinberger. © Cavallaro Publications, 
inc., New York, 14Mar49; EP35731. 

CAVALLO, CHARLES A. 
Love lessons in arithmetic. See Radatz, 
Marguerite Blanche. 

CAVANAUGH, CHARLES. 
I'm in Texas to stay. See Brana, Herman. 

CAVANAUGH, JAMES. 
The little old lady of Threadneedle Street. 

See Stock, Lawrence. 
A man with one million dollars. See 

Cunningham, Paul. 
Petticoat lane. See Redmond, John. 

That umpah, umpah band in the park. See 
Weldon, Frank. 

CAVAZZUTI, GIUSEPPE, 1910- 
Come un film; moderato slow, versi di 
N. Rastelli, musica di G. Cavazzuti. 
© Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; 
EF12869. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

CAVICCHIO, SALVY. 
Fiddle-faddle. See Anderson, Leroy. 

CAZARES, LUIS. 
Tu mirar. Dancing eyes. English lyric by 
Ruth With, Spanish lyric and music by 
Rafael Gama & Luis Cazares. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 22Feb49; 
EP36431. 

CAZDEN, NORMAN 1914- 
'Stony Hollow^ [by/Norman Cazden. © As- 
sociated Music Publishers, inc., New 
York; 18Feb49; EP34569. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

Three directions; [by] Norman Cazden. 
[Op. 39] © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York; 10Jan49; EP33730. 
Score (2 cornets, baritone and trombone) 
and Darts. 



CAZENEUVE, MAURICE. 
Bonjour, mon voisin. See Arnaud, Pierre. 
Ma cousine de Lupon. See Arnaud, Pierre. 

CEBALLOS, JOSE GAMBOA. See 
Gamboa Ceballos, Jose. 

CECILIA, Sister . 
Dear Lady of Fatima; words and music by 
Sister Mary Cecilia. © Benedictine 
Sisters, Covington, Ky.; 25Feb49; 
EP34445. 

CEKOW, A. T., pseud . See 
Travnicek, Andre. 

CELLA, ALDO, 1919- 
Domani e sempre; moderato swing, parole 
di Gianipa [pseud.] musica di A. Cella. 
(With Petralia, Tito. Melodie d'autunno) 
© Odeon, s.a., Milano; 18Feb49; EF12642. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 
La sci'a bianca; beguine, parole di Filibello 
[pseud.], musica di A. Cella. © Carisch 
s.a., Milano; 14Jan49; EF12432. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

CELLIER, ALEXANDRE. 
O Jesus, O tendre Maitre. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

CERES, PLACIDO. 
How could I ever forget you; words and 
music by Placido Ceres. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP36866. 

CERNKOVICH, RUDOLPH 1889- 

Golden pheasant polka. Zlatni fazan. Com- 
posed by Rudolph Cernkovich. © Rudolph 
Cernkovlch; 12Feb49; EP34357. Parts: 
string orchestra. 

Kad "peda" stize. When pay-day comes; 
words & music by Rud. Cernkovich. 
© Rudolph Cernkovich; HApr49; EP36039. 
Croatian words. 

My God, no I Polka. Nedaj boze! By 
Rudolph Cernkovich. © Rudolph Cernko- 
vich; 30Apr49; on English lyrics, new 
introduction and arrangement; EP36635. 
Parts; orchestra, with English words. 

Slovenian tavern waltz. Slovenska gostilna. 
Medley, original matter & arrangement 
by Rudolph Cernkovich. © Rudolph 
Cernkovich; 12Feb49; on arrangement & 
added music; EP34356. Parts: string 
orchestra. Croatian words. 

Tamburasko kolo. Tamburitza kolo; words 
& music by Rud. Cernkovich. ( With his 
Kad "peda ' stize) © Rudolph Cernkovich; 
HApr49; EP36039. Croatian words. 

CHAFFE, CHESTER. 
You'll be sorry. See Komer, Stanley. 

CHAGNON, PIERRE, 1893- 
L'amour, joll reve, valse musette brillante, 
paroles de Fred Pearly [pseud.], musique 
de Pierre Chagnon. (With Pruvost^ Fran- 
cis. Dans les trains 1 on chante) © Fred 
Pearly, 2jan47 (in notice; 1946), EF12547. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Dans les trains l' on chante. See 
Pruvost, Francis. 

CHAIKOVSKII, PETRIL'ICH, 1840-1893. 
The angels chorus; part-song for S.S.C., 
words by Bruce Sievier [pseud.] music 
by Tchaikovsky arr. [by] Bert Thompson. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 7Mar49; 
on adaptation; EF12835. 

Autumn song. See his Les saisons. 

Capriccio italien, by P. I. Tschaikowsky. 
Op. 45. Piano solo. A John W. Schaum 
arrangement. © Belwin, inc., New York; 
17Feb49; on arrangement; EP34332. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHAHCOVSKH, PETR IL'CH, 1840-189a Cont'd. 

Chant sans paroles; von P. Tschaikowsky. 
Op. 2. Bearb. von Hans Forster. 
(Domesticum, no 94) [Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sonne] © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc. (in notice B. Schott's Sohne): 
29Nov21; on arrangement; EF13509. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

Cherubim song, no. 7. See Bortnianskii, 
Dmitri! Stepanovich. 

Give rest, O Lord; S.A.T.B., [by] 
Tschaikowsky, ed. and arr. by. Peter 
D. Tkach, text adapted from Scripture 
[by] H.S.T. (Russian music, no. 6524) 
© Nell A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 
lFeb49; on arrangement; EP346T9. 

Legende, for four -part chorus of mixed 
voices [by] P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by 
Walter Goodell. (Selected choral series, 
no. 46,314) © The Raymond A. Hoffman 
Co., Chicago; 4Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP33798. 

Legende, for three-part chorus of treble 
voices [by] P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by 
Walter Goodell. (Selected choral series, 
no. 45,606) © The Raymond A. Hoffman 
Co.. Chicago; 4Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP33797. 

Marche miniature. See his Suite, no. 1. 

None but the lonely heart; [by] Peter I. 
Tschaikowsky. Op. 6, no. o. Arr. by 
Mark White. (In_New York Journal-Ameri- 
can, Oct. 10, 1948, p. L-31. Music Ameri- 
ca loves best, no. 2) © Radio Corp. of 
America, Camden, N. J.; 10Oct48; 
B5-9823. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

None but the' lonely heart; for 3 -part chorus, 
or trio, of women's voices, with piano 
ace, S.S.A., text by J. W. von Goethe, 
tr. by Arthur Westbrook, music by P. I. 
Tschaikovsky, arr. by Edward S. Breck. 
([Pub. order no.] CM6449) © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 17Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34905. 
On the Isle of May. See his.' Quartet, 

strings. 
(Quartet, strings) On the Isle of May; 
simplified piano solo, with large notes 
and words, based on Tschaikowsky's D 
maj. string quartette, andante cantabile 
movement, words by Mack David, melody 
adapted by Andre Kostelanetz. [Arr. by 
Geo. N. Terry] © Famous Music Corp., 
New York; 23May49; on arrangement; 
EP37140. 
1(Les saisons) Autumn song; [by] P. I. 
Tchaikovsky. Op. 37 bis, no. 10. [Arr. 
by Simeon Bellison] © Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
19Apr48j on arrangement & annotation; 
EP34517. Score (clarinet and piano) and 
*(Les saisons) Song of the lark; [by] P. I. 
Tchaikovsky. Op. 37 bis, no. 3. March. 
[Arr. by Simeon Bellison] © Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc.. New 
York; 19Apr48; on arrangement & annota- 
tion; EP34518. Score (clarinet and piano) 
(Serenade, string orchestra) Waltz, from 
Serenade for strings [by] P. I. Tchaikov- 
sky, arr. By Rob Roy Peery. (Phil- 
harmonic orchestra series, no. 53) 
© Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 
8Jun49; on arrangement; EP37589. Score 
(string orchestra) and parts. 
(Serenade) Waltz; from Serenade for 
strings, for chorus of mixed voices with 
string orchestra, [by] P. I. Tchaikovsky, 
choral transcription by Rob Roy Peery, 
[words by] William Moore. (Part songs, 
no. 332-40019) © Oliver Ditson Co., 
Philadelphia; 3May49; EP36728. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and piano. 
Song of the lark. §ee hi§_Les saisons. 
Souls of the righteous, hymn anthem for 
mixed voices with alto or baritone solo, 
Scriptural text, music by P. I. Tschai- 
kowsky, arr. by C. Albert Scholin. St. 
Louis, Hunleth Music Co. © C. Albert 
Scholin; 3Jan49; on arrangement; EP32640. 



"(Suite, no. l) Marche miniature; from 
Suite no. 1. Op. 43, no. 4. [By] P. I. 
Tchaikovsky, adaptation by Gregor Fittel- 
berg. © Russian-American Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York; 150ct46; on 
adaptation; EP34499. For string orches- 
tra. 

(Symphony, no. 5) Themes from Symphony 
no. o; second movement, andante cantabile, 
[by] P. Tchaikovsky. Op. 64. Arr. by 
Mark White. (In New York Journal-Ameri- 
can, Nov. 14, 1948 p. L-35. Music Ameri- 
ca loves best, no. 7) © Radio Corp. of 
America, Camden, N. J.; 14Nov48; 
B5-9819. For piano solo, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols. 

(Symphony, no. 6) Themes from Symphony 
no. 6 in B minor, 2nd movement; by 
Tschaikowsky, arr. as piano solo by King 
Palmer. © W. Paxton & Co., ltd., London; 
13Sep48; on arrangement; EF13300. 

Waltz. See his Serenade. 

CHAILLEY, JACQUES. 

Barcarolle; pour flute, hautbois, clarinette, 
cor et basson [by] Jacques Chailley. 
© Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 15Nov48; 
EF12534. Parts. 

(Deux chansons a danser du XIQeme siecle) 
Ballette de la Reine d'Avril [from] Deux 
chansons a danser du XHIeme siecle, a 
3 voix, transcription et traduction moderne 
de Jacques Chailley. © Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie, Paris; 23Mar49: on transcription and 
translation; EF13169. Score: chorus (SSA) 

(Deux chansons a danser du XTQeme siecle) 
La ronde du jaloux; [from] Deux chansons 
a. danser du XHIeme siecle, transcription 
et traduction moderne de Jacques Chailley. 
© Rouart Lerolle & cie, Paris; 23Mar49; 
on transcription and translation; EF13168. 
Score: chorus (ST) and unspecified in- 
strument. 

CHAMBERLAIN, SYDNEY GEORGE, 1884- 
Friendship border; overture Tby] S. G. 
Chamberlain. © Waterloo Music Co., 
Waterloo, Ont.; 2May49; EF13281. Con- 
densed score (band) and parts. 

CHAMBERS, HERBERT A. 
O man, look upward. See Parry, Sir Charles 
Hubert Hastings, bart. . Voces clamantium. 

CHAMBERS, JOSEPH CLARENCE, 1910- 
' All American; satirical suite in four 

movements, by J. Clarence Chambers. 

© Mills Music, inc., New York; 31Dec48; 

EP32679. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

CHAMFLEURY, £seu$|. See 
Gohin, Robert. 

CHAMINADE, CfiCILE LOUISE STEPHANIE 
1861-1944. 

"(Morceaux, piano, op. 27, no. 2) Zingara; 
by Cecile Chaminade, [arr. by A. Wilkin- 
son] © Arcadia Music Publishing Co., 
ltd., London; 10Nov48; on arrangement; 
EF12454. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

CHAMPAGNE, CLAUDE 1891- 
Danse villageoise; by Claude Champagne. 
Par [Claude Champagne] Lachute, Que., 
Parnasse musical, sole representative in 
U. S. A., Axelrod Publications, Providence. 
© Editions A. Fassio; 18Apr49; EF13084. 
Score (violin & piano) and part. 

CHANDLER, J. 
Sing praises to our God. See Lewis, 
Jessie D. 

CHANSLOR, HAL, 1903- 
The guiding star; words by Hernan Escalante, 
music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35881. 

Heaven; words by George Pike, music by 
Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Publishing Co. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; EP37781 



It makes a difference now; words by Elgin 
Heimer, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb48; EP36817. 

The last request; words by Elva Gay 
Mounts, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Jul48; EP33373. 

Lonely; words by Margaret Bellanger, music 
by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33192. 

Memories of yesterday, words by Eunice D. 
Ellis, music by Hal Chanslor © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; 
EP33136 

My love of yesterday; words by Jean 
Mirarchi, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33578. 

Oh, beautiful Hollywood, words by Joseph 
Tarog, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
29Dec48; EP33445. 

Somebody's sweetheart; words by Effle Mae 
Jones, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; 
EP32729. 

This is my golden hour; words by Mary Lee 
Brown, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; 
EP32810. 

True it can be love; words by Joan J. 
DeFelice, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Mar49; EP36865. 

You'll always be in my heart; words by 
Ray Matthews, music by Hal Chanslor. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33570. 

You're the cutie of my starlit heaven; 
words by Katherine Snow, music by Hal 
Chanslor. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 7Dec48; EP32940. 

CHAPE LIE R, STEPHANE. 
L'AIbum de Madame Bovary. See 

Milhaud, Darius. 
Trois valses. See Milhaud, Darius. 

CHAPIN. DIANA. 
Beauty s in style. See Paxton, Glenn. 

Showcase. 
My dream come true. See Paxton, Glenn. 
Showcase. 

CHAPLIN, SAUL, 1912- 
(Go west, young lady) I wish that I could 
be a singing cowboy; from Go west, 
young lady, words and music by Sammy 
Cahn and Saul Chaplin. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; ljun49; EP37350. 

CHAPMAN, BLANCHE. 
Homeville, population 4. See Hall, David. 

CHAPMAN, MARIE BYARS, 1902- 
The pilgrim way; anthem for mixed voices 
[by] Marie Byars Chapman, [words by] 
John Oxenham (Sacred choral music, 
SMC -501) © Southern Music Co., 
San Antonio, 1Nov48; EP34726. 

CHAPPELL, LABON. 
Too busy for love. See Hall, David. 

CHARDARD, JEANNE. 
Reve dans la foret. See Bernhardt, Stephane. 

[CHARDON, JULIEN] 1909- 
Pourquoi me faire attendre; tango, paroles 
de Jacques Larue [pseud.], musique de 
Jean Lutece [pseud. 1 © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 14Mar49; EF13170. 
Pourquoi n'as-tu rien dit; paroles de Louis 
Henneve, musique de Jean Lutece [pseud.] 
© Ste. ame. fse. Chappell, Paris; !Mar49; 
EF12834. 



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[CHARDON, JULEEN] 1909- Cont'd. 
Ta chose; slow -fox, paroles de Jacques 
Larue [pseud.] muslque de Jean Lutece 
[pseud. J arrt. de C. Dambrosy [pseud.] 
(With Delettre. Jean. Sur un vieux banc. 
Nouvelle serie Salabert succes, no. 4853) 
© Editions Salabert, Paris, 7Feb49; 
EF12694. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

CHARLES, DICK. 
You 11 be sorry from now on; words and 
music by Dick Charles. © Bob Miller, 
Inc., New York; 24May49; EP37100. 

CHARLES, ETHEL M 
At Christmas time was born a King; three 
part song, words and music by Ethel M. 
Charles. (Choral songs, O.C.S. 2001) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London, 
70ct48, EF12853. 

CHARLES, RAY, 1918- ; 

Hi ho, nobody home; for mixed chorus, by 
Ray Charles. [Paraphrased from an old 
English round] (Rhyme and rhythm series 
for mixed chorus, cat. no. RR 109) 
© The Staff Music Publishing Co., Great 
Neck, N. Y.; 15Feb49; EP35103. 

CHARLES, WOLSELEY. 
The barnstormers; the lyrics by Marriott 
Edgar, the music by Wolseley Charles. 
© Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 3Jun49; 
EF13518. 

CHARLTON, DENNIS, pseud . See 
Ketelbey, Albert William. 

CHARROSIN, FREDERICK GEORGE. 

"Castilian revels, by Frederick G. Charro- 
sin. © Bosworth & Co., ltd., London, 
29Dec43 (in notice: 1944); EF12199. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts. 
Mamita; samba, by Rico Nisorra [pseud.] 
(With Bridgmont, Leslie. Moonlight 
over Tahiti) © Bosworth & Co., ltd., 
London; 26May48; EF12198. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestraJ"a"nd parts. 
Summer time in Fontainebleau. See 
Hackforth, Norman. 

CHARTERS, CLARENCE. 
Jasper lullaby. See Hains, C. H. Whitey. 

CHARTRAND, ASH. 
A message on a cloud, words and music by 
Ash Chartrand. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; EP32988. 

CHASE, FLORENCE RUTH. 
Giving thanks unto Thee, O Most High! 
See Chase, Marjorie Irene. 

CHASE, GEORGE. 
I made you so lonely and blue. See Richard, 
Leo. 

CHASE, GEORGE H 
Since we traded kisses, words and music 
by Theodore R. Smith and George H. 
Chase. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP32936 

CHASE, GILMAN EDWIN. 
God be in my head [by] Gilman Chase 
[words from] Sarum primer. (Octavo 
edition, no. 1454) © Clayton F„ Summy 
Co., Chicago; 31Jan49; EP34003. Score: 
SATB and piano reduction. 

CHASE, MARJORIE IRENE, 1911- 
Giving thanks unto Thee, O Most High! 
Words by Florence Ruth Chase [and] 
Doris Chase Holtrop, music by Marjorie 
Irene Chase. © School of life, Grand 
Rapids, 13Dec48; EP33800. 

CHASE, RICHARD, comp. 
Hullabaloo and other singing folk games, 
illus. by Joshua Tolford. With six piano 
settings by Hilton Rufty. Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin Co. 57 p. © Richard 
Chase; 28Mar49, A31332. 



CHASE, RUTH S 1890- 

'Cause I love you so' Words and music by 

Ruth S. Chase. © Ruth S. Chase; HMar49; 

EP35017. 
Gypsy Chiquita [by Ruth S. Chase] © Ruth 

S. Chase: llMar49: EP35016. For piano. 

CHASE, STEVE. 
Castle of my dreams. See Bateman, D. J. 

CHASHOUDIAN, MARSHALL G 1901- 

Romplng; piano solo by M. G. Chashoudian. 
© The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; 
13Apr49; EP36028. 

CHATMON, ROBERT. 
You are mine; words and music by Robert 
Chatmon, Jr. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35835. 

CHAVEZ, CARLOS, 1899- 
"Tree of sorrow. Arbolucu, te sequeste. 
For four part mixed chorus, SATB, 
[arr. by] Carlos Chavez. (Contemporary 
choral series, MP-113) © Music Press, 
inc., New York; 3May49; EP36526. 

CHAVIS, LEE. See 
Chavls, Olean Legatha. 

CHAVIS, OLEAN LEGATHA, 1918- 
Just a little place called Ireland; words & 
music by Lee Chavis, [arr. by Joseph 
Mazzeo] © Olean Legatha Chavis; 
5Apr48; EP37071. 

CHEDEVILLE, PHILIPPE ESPRIT, 1694- 

1782. 

Frohliche Tanze; [by] Philippe Esprit 
Chedeville, fur 2" Blockflbten in C Oder 
andere Melodieinstrumente, hrsg. von 
Rudolf Schoch. Danses joyeuses [bv 
Philippe Esprit Chedeville] pour 2 flutes 
douces en do_pu d'autres instruments 
melodiques, ed. par [Rudolf Schoch] 
© Hug & Co., Music Publishers, Zurich; 
15Mar49; EF12662. 

CHEETHAM, STEPHEN JOHN, 1869- 
Mary's sweetheart; song, words and music 
by Stephen J. Cheetham. Southport, 
Lanes, Eng., R. T. Shamrock. © Stephen 
J. Cheetham; 16Sep48; EF13309. 

My love; song, words by Teddy Spencer, 
music by Stephen J. Cheetham. Southport, 
Eng., R. T. Shamrock. © Stephen John 
Cheetham; 27Jan49; EF13260. 

CHENETTE, ED, 1898- 
Golden harvest; overture [by] Ed. Chenette. 
(Famous band series, no. 172) © Belwin, 
inc., New York; 13May49; EP36977. 
Condensed score and parts. 

CHERBULIEZ, ANTOINE tfLISEE ADOLPHE. 
Giuseppe Verdi, Leben und Werk. 219 p. 
illus. (Meister der Muslk 1m 19. und 
20. Jahrhundert) © Albert Muller 
VerlagAG., Zurich; 25Mar49, AF9977. 

CHEREPNIN, ALEKSANDR NIKOLAEVICH, 
1899- 

"Esquisse; [by] N. Tcherepnine. Op. 45, 
no. 6. Adaptation by Simeon Bellison. 
© Russian-American Music Publishers, 
inc., New York; 18Aug47; on adaptation; 
EP34522. Score (clarinet and piano) and 
part. 

CHERKOSE, EDDIE. 
Bop-bop! That did it! See Borne, Hal. 
Susie steps out. 

CHESI, MARIO, 1895- 
Casetta bianca. [Bianca casetta] parole di 
V. Vitone, musica di Mario Chesi. 
© Edizioni Cora, Milano; 31Mar47; 
EF12489. For voice and mandolin or ac- 
cordion. 

CHESNUT, CARONA HAYSON. 
A farmer's prayer. See Chesnut, Robert 
Wilfred. 



CHESNUT, ROBERT WILFRED, 1912- 
A farmer's prayer; words and music by 
Carona Hayson Chesnut and Robert Wil- 
fred Chesnut. (Art song series) © Robert 
Wilfred Chesnut, Wilfred Publications; 
21Feb49; EP34378. 

CHESTERMAN, LINDA, .comp, 
Songs, hymns and carols for school 
assembly; comp. by Linda Chesterman 
and W. E. Houghton. [London, New York] 
Boosey & Hawkes. © Boosey & Co., ltd.; 
28Dec48; EF11987. Principally for voice 
and piano. 

CHETTICK, HAPPY JACK. See 
Chettick, Jonathan Marr. 

CHETTICK, JONATHAN MARR, 1880- 
Cherry blossoms and springtime with 
you; [by] Happy Jack Chettick, © Jonathan 
Marr Chettick; 16May49; EP36784. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Jack pot; novelty song, with turkeys among 
the straws, by Happy Jack Chettick. 
© Jonathan Marr Chettick; 17Mar49 (in 
notice 1948); EP35082. 

CHEVALIER, MAURICE. 
La cachucha. See Bourtayre, Henri. 
La samba de Paris. See Bourtayre, 
Henri. 

CHEW, GRACE PAULINE, 1898- 
How can I tell? By Grace Pauline Chew 
and Kerry Brooke [pseud. ] Philadelphia, 
Art Service Music. © Grace Pauline 
Chew; 22Mar49; EP35206. For voice and 
piano. 
It's a new love; words and music by Grace 
Pauline Chew and Kerry Brooke [pseud.] 
© Grace Pauline Chew; lFeb49; EP34644. 

CHIANG, JOSEPH. 
Thinking of you. See Richards, Victor 
Donald. 

CHIARA, VINCENZO DI. 
La Spagnola. The Spaniard. Arr. by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. Lyric 
by Ted Matheson, music by Di Chiara. 
(Oahu rhythm style note course for 
plectrum guitar, [lesson] 10PG) O Oahu 
Publishing Co., Cleveland; 13May49; on 
arrangement & lyrics; EP37547. In- 
cludes Timely tips from your faculty, 
with chord charts for reference, and 
Spanish guitar conquers Mexican music. 
English words. 

CHIDESTER, LAWRENCE WILLIAM. 
Aurora. Sge. Friebis, Aug. 

CHIESA, MARY TIBALDI. 
Der unsichtbare Weg. Se£ Malatesta, Luigi. 

CHIESA, VIRGILIO, 1908- 
Natalel Slow, parole di U. Bertini, musica 
di V. Chiesa. (Serie piccoli complessi) 
© Odeon, s.a., Milan; 14Jan49; EF12142. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

CHILD OF MARY, pseud. See 
Per rot, Mary Jane. 

CHILDE, MANTLE. 
Suo-gan; Welsh lullaby, for piano by Mantle 
Childe. © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London; 24Mar49; EF12949. 

CHILDE, ROBERT S. 
After the ball. See Harris, Charles K. 

The blue tail fly; S.S.A., arr. [by] Robert 
Childe. (Radio program music, no. 6037) 
© Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 
31Mar49; on arrangement; EP36076. 

Ciribiribin. See Pestalozza, A. 

The spring of the year. See Chopin, 
Fryderyk Franciszek. 



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[CHILDS, ZULA VERNON] 
Could it be that love is a thief? Words and 
music by Jane Terry [pseud., arr. by 
Frances Sanderson] © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48- 
EP33533. 

CHIN, DAVE) J 
Every little word: words and music by 
David Chin. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP32989. 

CHISHOLM, ERIK, 1904- 
A Celtic wonder tale, for full orchestra, by 
Erik Chisholm. © The University of 
Cape Town, Capetown, South Africa; 
28Dec48; EF11985. Score. 

CHISHOLM, THOMAS O. 
Select sacred songs. See Ives, R. Wingrove. 

CHOATE, ROBERT A 

Early California from Spanish times to 
the Gold Rush; for four-part chorus 
of mixed voices with piano ace. Text 
of folk origin and by Stephen Foster. 
Composed and arr. by Robert Choate and 
Merle Isaac. ( [Pub. order no.] CM 6456) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York, 18Jan49; 
EP34912. 

"Early California; from Spanish times to 
the Gold Rush, overture composed and 
arr. by Robert Choate and Merle Issac. 
(Band edition, J470) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; HFeb49; on arrangement; 
EP34922. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

"Early California; from Spanish times to 
the Gold Rush, overture composed and 
arr. by Robert Choate and Merle Isaac. 
(Progressive orchestra edition, P0165) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; HFeb49; 
on arrangement; EP34904. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

[CHOBAR, LOUIS WILLIAM] 
Huckleberry sweetheart; by Myrle Davis 
and Louis Merle [pseud.] Chillicothe, 
111.. Chillicothe Amusement Co. © Myrle 
Davis & Louis Chobar; 28Feb49; EP35523. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Illinoi', I love you, by Myrle Davis and 
Louis Merle [pseud.] Chillicothe, 111., 
Chillicothe Amusement Co. © Myrle 
Davis & Louis Chobar; 24Jan49; EP34767. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

CHOPIN, FRYDERYK FRANCEZEK, 1810-1849. 
Chopiano. See Furstenberg, Joe. 
"Chopin preludes for the piano; with study 
notes by Guy Maier. (Music education 
series, no. 430-41000) © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 8Jun49; EP37588. 
Chopin, the man and his music. See 
Weinstock, Herbert. 

Intimite; [by] F. Chopin. Etude. Op. 10, 
no. 3. Arrangement pour guitare par S. 
Ranieri. © Edition Cranz (In notice: A. 
Cranz), Brussels; 15Dec47; on arrange- 
ment; EF12451. 

Jumbo note Chopin pieces; for the 
elementary pianist, arr, by Joseph 
Strimer. © Chas. H. Hansen Music 
Co., New York; 21Feb49; EP34576. 

Minute waltz; [by] Chopin. [Op.64, no.l] 
Piano solo, arr. and ed. by Pietro Bal- 
latore. (Kammen educational series, 
no. 280) © J. & J. Kammen Music Co., 
New York; 4Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36661. 

Polonaise; [by] F. Chopin. Op. 53. Simpli- 
fied arr. by Mark White. (In. New York 
Journal-American, Oct. 3, 1948, p. L-7. 
Music America loves best, no. 1) © Radio 
Corp. of America, Camden, N. J.; 30ct48; 
B5-9815. For piano solo, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols. 



(Prelude, piano, no. 21) Prelude. Op. 28, 
no. 21. B flat major; by Frederic 
Francois Chopin, ed. with biographical 
sketch and instructive annotations on 
form and structure, study and interpreta- 
tion [by Lillie-Mayes Dodd] (Art Publi- 
cation Society. [Progressive Series of 
piano lessons] Progressive series compo- 
sitions, catalog no. 850) © Art Publica- 
tion Society, St. Louis; 28Mar49; on study 
edition; EP35487. 

The spring of the year, adapted from a 
Chopin piano study [for] S.A.T.B., 
lyrics by Robert Childe, arr. by Robert 
Childe. (Radio program music, no. 8512) 
© Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 
15Dec48; on arrangement & words; 
EP33516. 

CHRISTENSEN, ANNA. 
Dress parade, for piano, [by] Anna Christen- 
sen. ([Pub. order no.] 28030) © Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 21Feb49; 
EP34762. 

Swedish dance; piano solo by Anna Christen- 
sen. © The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; 
14Apr49; EP36030. 

CHRISTENSEN, AXEL WALDEMAR, 1881- 

Axel Christensen's Break studies ... 
[By Axel Waldemar Christensen, arr. by 
Anita Sampson Prager. Wheaton, 111., 
A. Christensen Studios] © Axel Waldemar 
Christensen; no.92, 26Feb49; EP35002. 
For piano. 

Axel Christensen's Break studies for 
piano. [Arr. by Anita Sampson Prager. 
Wheaton, HI. A. Christensen Studios] 
© Axel Waldemar Christensen; no. 93, 
22Mar49; EP35478. 

Axel Christensen's Break studies for 
piano. [Arr. by Anita Sampson Prager. 
Wheaton, 111., A. Christensen Studios] 
© Axel Waldemar Christensen; no. 94, 
25Apr49; EP36615. 

Axel Christensen's Break studies for piano. 
[Arr. by Anita Sampson Prager. Wheaton, 
111., A. Christensen Studios] © Axel W. 
Christensen; no. 95, 3lMay49; EP37516. 

Axel Christensen's Break studies for popu- 
lar song hits. [Arr. by Anita Sampson 
Prager. Wheaton, 111., A. Christensen 
Studios] © Axel Waldemar Christensen, 
no. 90, 3lDec48, EP34011. 

Axel Christensen's Break studies for 
popular song hits. [Arr. by Anita Sampson 
Prager. Wheaton 111., A. Christensen , 
Studios! © Axel Waldemar Christensen; 
no.91, Z8jan49; EP34455. 

CHRISTENSON, KARL EWEirT. 
Isblommor pa mitt funster. See Hansson, 

Stig. — 

Marguerita. See Stlen-Ostling, Herbert. 

CHRISTIAN, CLAUDIA. 
Bless this temple; by Claudia Christian. 

© Claudia Christian; HApr49; EP36275. 

For voice and piano. 
Melody march; by Claudia Christian. 

© Claudia Christian; HApr49, EP36276. 

For piano. 
My Tennessee, lyrics and music by 

Claudia Christian. © Claudia Christian; 

23Mar49; EP35366. 
Processional march; by Claudia Christian. 

© Claudia Christian; HApr49; EP36277. 

For piano. 

CHRISTIAN, ROBERTA KALEY. 
A Baha'i child's song book. See Babcock, 

Eugene. 

CHRISTIANSEN, AVIS B. 
Together. See Harris, Eleanor M. 

CHRISTIANSEN, FREDERIK MELIUS, 1871- 
Awake, my soul; [by] F. Melius Christian- 
sen, [words by] Philip Doddridge. (St. 
Olaf choir series, 242) © Augsburg Pub- 
lishing House, Minneapolis: 20Oct48; 
EP35584. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction. 



Christmas-Eve chant; [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen, [words by] Laura C. Redden [and] 
Howard Glyndon. (St. Olaf choir series, 
241) © Augsburg Publishing House, 
Minneapolis; 20Oct48; EP35583. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

The Christmas symbol; [by] F. Melius 
Christiansen. [Words] unidentified. 
(St. Olaf choir series, 235) © Augsburg 
Publishing House, Minneapolis; 13Aug47; 
EP35577. Score: chorus (SATB) and piano 
reduction. 

Draw us to Thee; [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen. Theme: Norwegian folksong. 
t Words by] F. Funche, tr. [by] A. T. 
tussell. (St. Olaf choir series, 229) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 13Aug47; EP35574. Score: chorus 
(SATB) and piano reduction. 

The Father wants a singing heart; [by] 
F. Melius Christiansen, [words by] 
B. J. Rothnem. (St. Olaf choir series 
[no.] 227) © Augsburg Publishing House, 
Minneapolis; 13Apr47; EP36173. 

For the beauty of the earth. See 
Lindeman, L. M. 

The happy life; [by] F. Melius Christiansen, 
[words by] Sir Henry Wotton. (St. Olaf 
choir series, 243) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 20Oct48; EP35585. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

The inward light: [by] F. Melius Christian- 
sen, [words by] Henry Septimus Sutton. 
(St. Olaf choir series, 249) © Augsburg 
Publishing House, Minneapolis; 20Oct48; 
EP35591. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction. 

Komm siisser Tod! Come soothing death. 
See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

The meek shall inherit; [by] F. Melius 
Christiansen, [words by] Oscar R. Over- 
by. (St. Olaf choir series, 236) © Augs- 
burg Publishing House, Minneapolis; 
10Sep47; EP35578. 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt, [by] F. Melius 
Christiansen, arr. [by] M. Biornson, 
[words by] B. Schmolck, tr. [by] Jane 
Borthwick. (Choral library [no. 11 07 2) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minne- 
apolis; 20Dec48; on arrangement- 
EP35546. Close score: chorus (SATB) 

O land of our King. See Lindeman, L. M. 

(Psalm 33 in four movements) Sing unto 
Him; [from] Psalm 33 in four movements, 
[bv] F. Melius Christiansen. (St. Olaf 
choir series, 231) © Augsburg Publish- 
ing House, Minneapolis; 13Aug47; EP35576. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano or organ. 

Since knowing Thee; [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen, [words by] Edward McCurdy. 
(St. Olaf choir series, 228) © Augsburg 
Publishing House, Minneapolis; 13Aug47; 
EP35573. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction. 

The Virgin's lullaby- [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen, [words by] C. Adam. (St. Olaf 
choir series, 240) © Augsburg Publish- 
ing House, Minneapolis; 10Sep47; EP35582. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

We came; [by] F. Melius Christiansen, 
[words by] Carrie Bue Moen. (St. Olaf 
choir series, 239) © Augsburg Publish- 
ing House, Minneapolis; 10Sep47; 
EP35581. Score: chorus (SATB) and piano 
reduction. 

We've a story to tell; [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen, [words by] Colin Sterne. (St. 
Olaf choir series, 237) © Augsburg Pub- 
lishing House, Minneapolis; 10Sep47; 
EP35579. Close score: chorus (SATB) 

The young birch; [by] F. Melius Christian- 
sen, [words] from the Norwegian of Jorgen 
Moe by Oscar R. Overby. (St. Olaf choir 
series, 238) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 10Sep47; EP35580. 
Score: SATB and piano reduction. 

CHRISTIANSEN, OLAF C. 
Advent motet. See Schreck, Gustav. 



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CHRISTIANSEN, PAUL J 1917- 

Blew the wind; Christmas song for mixed 
choir [by] Paul Christiansen. (Choral 
library, 1068) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 20Dec48; EP35542. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

Bread of tears; song for mixed voices 
without ace, [by] Paul Christiansen. 
Words from Psalm 80. (Choral library, 
1058) © Augsburg Publishing House, 
Minneapolis; 15Mar48; EP35568. 

Easter morning; song for mixed chorus a 
cappella, [by] Paul Christiansen. Words 
from St. John. (Choral library, 1057) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 15Mar48; EP35567. 

Elf of eve'; [by] Paul Christiansen [words 
by] Joseph Rodman Drake. ([Pub. order] 
no. 622) © Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., 
Minneapolis; 21Mar49; EP35394. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

Komm siisser Tod I Come soothing death. 
See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

Look down from heaven; [by] Paul Christian- 
sen, words from Psalm 80. (Choral li- 
brary, 1064) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 20Dec48; EP35538. 
Score: chorus (SATB; 

They were created; for unacc. ladies 
chorus, [by] Paul Christiansen. [Words 
from] Psalm 148. (Choral library, 1056) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 15Mar48; EP35566. Score: chorus 
(SA) 
Yea though I wander. See Schumann, 
Georg. 

CHRISTIE, CATHERINE ALLISON, jj. 1948. 
Fog, for three-part chorus, mixed voices, 
words by Edgar Osgood Groves, music 
by Catherine Allison Christie, [arr. by 
Walter Goodell] (Selected choral series, 
no. 43, 103) ©The Raymond A. Hoffman 
Co.. Chicago; 2Dec48 (in notice: 1949); 

We thank Thee, for four-part chorus, 
mixed voices, words and music by 
Catherine Christie [arr. by Walter Goodell] 
(Selected choral series, no. 46, 135) 
© The Raymond A. Hoffman Co., Chicago; 
2Dec48 (in notice: 1949); EP34246. 

CHRISTIE, HENRY F„ pseud . See 
Misselwitz, Henry F. 

CHRISTIE KENNETH, 1908- 
Pledge of allegiance; for mixed chorus, by 
Kenneth Christie. (Mixed chorus cat. 
no. MC 110) © The Staff Music Publishing 
Co., Great Neck, N. Y., 15Feb49; EP35102. 

CHRISTIE, NIMMO. 
The Galway piper. See Howorth, Wayne. 

CHRISTY, VAN AMBROSE. 
Evaluation of choral music, methods of 
appraising the practical value of choral 
compositions with reference to music 
generally available in the United States. 
New York, Bureau of Publi cations, 
Teachers College, Columbia Univ. 
107 p. (Columbia University. Teachers 
College. Contributions to education, no. 
885) © Van A. Christy; 31Jan48; A33162. 

CHURCHILL, STUART. 
Black is the color of my true love's hair, 
Appalachian folk song, arr. by Stuart 
ChurchiU. © Shawnee Press, inc., New 
York; 31Dec48; on arrangement; EP34175. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano. 
Open the gates of the temple. See Knapp, 
Mrs . Joseph F . 

CHYLINSKI, CHARLES W. 
In a little home with Jesus. See Burtz 
Mary. 

CIARDI, ANTHONY PHILIP. 1908- 
The C-R-Dex system for filing and indexing 
of phonograph records; by Anthony P 
fS- ® Anthony P. Ciardi; 3Feb49; 
AA108280. ' 

CIENIEWICZ LILLIAN 
Why dream? See Robbins, Claude. 



CIMAROSA, DOMENICO, 1749-1801. 
1 nemici generosi; farsa in un atto. Sin- 
fonia, [by] Domenico Cimarosa, revisione 
di N. Negrotti. Partitura. ([Pub. order 
no.] 20545) © Carisch s.a., Milano; 
lApr49: on revision; EF13153. Score: 
orchestra. 

CINDERELLA, CHARLES, 1905- 
Carlooch, the bootch; Carlo, the butcher, 
by Chas. Cinderella, [words by] Les 
Voorhees. © G. V. C. Music Publishing 
Co., New York; 28May48; EP34639. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

CIOCCA^GIOVANNI. 
Cosa m'importa! See Vigevani, Arnaldo. 

Ehi-muchacha. See Kany, J. 

Madonnina senza cuore. See Nobile, Roberto. 

Napoli, e Maria. See Vigevani, Arnaldo. 

Va, serenatella. See Vigevani, Arnaldo. 

Viva la fisa! See Vigevani, Arnaldo. 

CIPAR, MARY JOSELLA, Sister . See 
Mary Josella, Sister . 

CIPOLLONE, PIETRO ALFONSO, 1889- 
New system of song composition; by 
Pietro Cipollone. © Pietro Cipollone; 
8Dec48; EU156936. 

CIRILLO, LOUISE. 
Here come those blues again; words by 
Frances Farfone and John Duffy, music 
by Louise Cirillo. © Evan Georgeoff 
Music Publishing Co., New York; 70ct48; 
EP34553. 

CLAPP, JOHN CLYDE, 1923- 
It's not true, by John Clapp. © John Clyde 
Clapp; 20Sep48; EP34296. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

CLAPP, SUNNY. 
I'll wait forever for you words and music 
by Sunny Clapp. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York, 4Apr49, EP35653. 

CLAR, ARDEN. 

Shaker shake, words by Harry Coleman 
music by Arden Clar. © Campbell Music, 
inc., New York; 27Apr49; EP36249. 

Similau; words by Harry Coleman, music 
by Arden Clar, Spanish lyric by Leopoldo 
Gonzalez. © Campbell Music, inc., New 
York; lFeb49 (in notice: 1948); EP34247. 
English and Spanish words. 

CLARK, AARON ALFRED. 
The pathway my Savior leads me. 

See Clark, Luther A. 
The victory of the cross; words by 
Catherine Gray Eads, music by Aaron A. 
Clark. © Catherine Gray Eads; 30Apr49; 
EP36460. 

CLARK, C. VAN NESS. 
See Roundup of song hits for radio and re- 
cording. 

CLARK, EDITH M. 
Four Czech folk-songs. See Easson, 
James. 

CLARK, EUGENE. 
Ke «P the lighthouse shining I [By] Eugene 
Clark [words by] John Willard Peterson. 
© Percy B. Crawford; 5Dec48; EP34119. 

CLARK, FRANCES. 
Reading technique, designed to make read- 
ing easy and pleasant, by Frances Clark. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago- 
3Jun49; EP37890. For piano. ' 

CLARK, HERMA NAOMI. 
God bless our home. See Gossard Lora 
Clark. 

CLARK, J M 

Can't understand it; lyric by R. W. Stanton, 
music by J. M. Clarke. © Bregman, 
Vocco & Conn, inc.. New York, 4Mar49 
EP34861. 



CLARK, JOHNNY, 1916- 
Luz Maria; [English] words and music by 
Dian Manners and Johnny Clark. Spanish 
lyrics by Maria Amparo Anthony. © Dian 
Manners & Johnny Clark, d.b.a. Whimsy, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Apr49; EP36658. 

CLARK, KATHERINE P. 
See Songs that children know. 

CLARK, KAY. 
The search for spring. See Talmadge, 

Charles L. 
See also Clark, Mary K. Harris. 



CLARK, LUTHER A 1879-1940. 

The pathway my Savior leads me; words 
by Catherine Gray Eads, music by 
Luther A. Clark, arr. by Aaron A. 
Clark. © Catherine Gray Eads; 30Apr49; 
EP36459. 

CLARK, MARY. 
I'm sorry. See Buck, Ronald. 

CLARK, MARY K. HARRIS. 
Honestly. See Richard, Leo. 

CLARK, MILDRED. 
Blue bird serenade. See Hall, David. 

CLARK, MILDRED HELEN. 
Dreaming of you. See Hall, David. 

CLARK, O LAWRENCE. 

Mother, I'm coming home; v ^ds and music 
by O. Lawrence Clark. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48; 
EP33039. 

CLARK, WILLIE THORBURN 
Stories of fadeless hymns. Nashville, 
Broadman Press, 184 p. © Broadman 
Press, Nashville; 10Mar49; A32198. 

CLARKE, AIDAN. 
Praise. See Rowley, Alec. 

CLARKE, ELIZABETH. 
There s a bluebird on your windowsill; 
words and music by Elizabeth Clarke. 
© Carle Hodson, trading as Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster, B. C.; 
150ct48; EF12608. 

CLARKE, KENNETH. 
The Dizzy Gillespie be-bop style. See 
Gillespie, John. 

CLARKE, THOMAS GEORGE. 
All out for Jersey. See Tobin, Louis. 
Epistrophy. See Monk, Thelonious. 

CLARKE, VIRGINIA. See 
Grieves, Virginia. 

CLAWSON-STRYKER, LENORA. 
Gethsemane. See Hokanson, Margrethe. 

CLAY, JEFFREY. 
You're a darlin', my darlin'; words and 
music by Jeffrey Clay. © Robbins Music 
Corp., New York; 20Dec48; EP33260. 

CLAYPOOLE, EDWARD B 

Changes; piano solo, by Ed. B. Claypoole, 
[arr. by Michael Edwards] © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; 12Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP35968. 

Snow in the moonlight; piano solo by 
Edward B. Claypoole. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; ljun49; EP37356. 

CLAYTON, NORMAN JOHN 1903- 
<(Word of life melodies) Gospelyrics; 
comp. by Norman J. Clayton, [words and 
music by Norman John Clayton] Malverne 
N.Y., Gospel Songs. © Norman John 
Clayton; no.3, 23Dec48; EP33784. 



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CLAYTON, W 
Come, come, ye Saints-, words and music 
by W. Clayton [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 
© Belwln, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP34610. For piano; with 
words. 

CLEMENS, 3ABRA. 
Dream boat; words and music by Sabra 
Clemens. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35864. 

CLEMENTI, MUZIO, 1752-1832. 
(Sonatina, piano) Sonatina in D. Op. 36, 
no. 6. By Muzio Clementi. Biographical 
sketch and glossary, general information 
and instructive annotations on form and 
structure, with suggestions for Study by 
L. M. Dodd. (Art Publication Society. 

I Progressive series of piano lessons] 
Progressive series compositions, cata- 
log no. 688) © Art Publication Society, 
St. Louis; 28Mar4fffj on study edition; 
EP35486. 

CLEMENTS, COLIN CAMPBELL. 
Oht Susanna. See Ronell, Ann. 

CLEMENTS, JOHN. 
Darby Kelly. See Whitaker, John. 

Shall I forget? [For] S.A.T.B., unacc, 
[by] John Clements, [words by] 
Christina Rossetti. (York series, 
no. 1433) © Banks & Son, York, Eng.- 
3Dec48; EF12283. 

There is a lady sweet and kind; for men's 
voices, words anon., music by John 
Clements. © Keith, Prowse & Co., ltd., 
London, 22Jan49; EF12071. 

True love, a Thuringian Volkslied arr. for 
mixed voices, S.C.T.B., and tenor or 
baritone solo by John Clements. Words 
by Arthur L. Salmon. London, J. Curwen; 
New York. G. Schlrmer, sole agents for 
U.S.A. (Edition fno.161412) ©John 
Clements; 7Jan49; EF12133. 

CLEMENTS, ZEKE. 
I won't be here to love you any more. See 

Cantrell, William. 
Just a little lovin' will go a long way. 

See Arnold, Eddy. 

Oklahoma blues; words and music by Zeke 
Clements. © Hill & Range Songs, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 12May49; EP37148. 

You're never satisfied; words and music 
by Zeke Clements. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP36004. 

CLEMMENSEN, NIELS, 1900- 
Katinka, katinka ... gaardsanger-vals, 
tekst: Sigfred Pedersen, musik: Niels 
Clemmensen. © Jac. Boesens Musikforlag 
A/S, Copenhagen; lFeb40; EF12143. 

C LEMONS, WALTER. 
All in favor. See Princeton University. 
Triangle Club. 

CLEPHANE, ELIZABETH G. 
The ninety and nine. See Campion, Edward. 

[CLERC, CHARLES LOUIS] 1879- 
La cane du Canada, samba comique; 
paroles de Maurice Vandair [pseud. L 
musique de Ch. Borel-Clerc Tpseud/T 
© Maurice Vandair & Ch. Borel-Clerc- 
15Nov48; EF11674. 
Et les couples tourniaenf... valse musette, 
paroles de Andre Hornez, musique de Ch. 
Borel-Clerc [pseud.] © Ch. Borel-Clerc: 
28Dec48; EFI2100. 

CLIFFORD, HARRY. 
Alabam' baby; words by Cile Mason [pseud.] 
music by Harry Clifford. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Feb49; EP37816. 

CLIFFORD, PRESTON JACK. 
Melodies of love. See Arnold, Robert 
Sterling. 



CLINTON, VADA E 
What's the use of dreaming, dear? Words 
and music by Vade E. Clinton. [Arr by 
R. Pollack] © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48, EP32834. 

CLOKEY, JOSEPH WADDELL, 1890- 
O sons and daughters; motet for Easter, 
S.A.T.B., music by Joseph W. Clokey. 
words by Jean Tlsserand, tr.: J. M. Neale. 
(Edition 8442) © J. Fischer & Bro., New 
York; 17Jan49; EP34361. 

When morning gilds the skies, S.A. or 
T.B., [by] Joseph W. Clokey, [words] 
adapted from Edward Caswell. (Fischer 
edition 8431) © J. Fischer & Bro., New 
York; 7Dec48; EP33638. 

CLOUGH-LEIGHTER, H. 
O Jesu, so sweet. See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

CLOUTIER, NORMAN. 
Drop daid, little darlin', drop daid; words 
and music by Norman Cloutier. 
© Duchess Music Corp., New York; 
29Apr49; EP36540. 

CLOW, HELEN. 
Trailer town; words and music by Helen 
Clow. © RosSongs Music Publishers, 
Los Angeles; 15Jun48; EP33994. 

CLUFF, HAROLD. 
The key. See Berceller, Oscar. 

COADY, ANNE. 
Down memory lane with you. See Hall, 
David. 

CCATES. FREDERICK. 
My prayer. See Piantadosi, Al. 

COBB, HAROLD COURTLAND. 
Moon mist. See Rodgers, Irene. 

COBB, HAZEL. 
Chinese lullaby, by Hazel Cobb. New York 

Creative Music Publishers. © William ' 

O Toole; 29Jan49; EP34075. For piano. 

With interlinear words. 
Chocolate soldier; [by Hazel Cobb] © The 

Chart Music Publishing House, inc., 

Chicago; 21Apr49; EP36230. For piano. 
Dulcy dances, [by Hazel Cobb] © The 

Chart Music Publishing House, inc., 

Chicago; 21Apr49, EP36232. For piano 
Follow the brook; [by Hazel Cobb] © The 

Chart Music Publishing House, inc., 

Chicago; 21Apr49; EP36229. For piano. 
Roses are red; [by Hazel Cobb] © The 

Chart Music Publishing House, inc. 

Chicago; 21Apr49; EP36231. For piano. 
Thunderbird, piano solo by Hazel Cobb. 

© Pallma Music Products Corp., Chicago- 

27Nov48; EP33717. 
Twinkle, twinkle little star, piano solo by 

Hazel Cobb. © Pallma Music Products 

Corp., Chicago; 27Nov48; EP33719. 

With words. 
Two on a tandem; piano solo by Hazel 

Cobb. © Carl Fischer, inc., New 

Sfork; 2Mar49; EP34946. 

COBEN, CY. 
Just as big as Texas. See Melsher, Irving. 

COBURN, WILLIAM BEATON, 1893- 
Pom pom; piano solo by William B. Coburn. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
31Mar49; EP36086. 
The tree deedle; piano solo, by William 
Coburn. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 19May49; EP37196. 

COCHRANE, JOYCE. 

At the end of the day; words by Carlene 
Mair music by Joyce Cochrane. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., London; 3Mar49; EF12640. 

Honey child, words and music by Joyce 
Cochrane. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 23Dec48; EF11996. 

Portrait of a flirt. See Farnon, Robert. 



COCKERHAM, CECIL. 
Happy days that are gone. See Hall, David. 

CODY, WILLIAM F. 
Ask any daisy. See Methot, Louis 
Phillippe. 

It's only a matter of time. See Andres, 

Elino Deleon. 
Magic moon. See Methot, Louis Phillippe. 

A thimble full of love. See Methot, 
Louis Phillippe. 

COEUROY, ANDRE. 
Les Lleder de Schubert. Paris, Larousse. 
89 p. (Formes, Ecoles et oeuvres 
musicales) © Auge, Gillon, Hollier- 
Larousse, Moreau et cie; 24Sep48: 
AF9291. ' ' 

COFFELT, MILTON T. 
Messages in melody. See Harris, Mary V. 

COFFEY, RITA. 

The water hole; words and music by Rita 
Coffey. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 24Jan49; EP35865. 

COFINIOTIS, CONSTANTIN GEORGE. See 
Kophiniotes, K. 

COHAN, ROBERT A 1928- 

Howdy stranger! A musical comedy in 
2 acts, music by Robert A. Cohan, lyrics 
by Lee R, Adams. © Scarlet Mask Club, 
Ohio State Univ., Columbus; 25May49; 
EP37558. 

COHEN, GERTRUDE. 
Don't tell my heart; lyric by Buddy Kaye, 
music by Gertrude Cohen. © Bryant 
Music Co., New York; 26Apr49; EP36656. 

COHEN, LEMMY, 1903- 
General Eisenhower; march, by Eddie 
Ballantine and Lemmy Cohen. © Will 
Rossiter, Chicago; 8Jun49; EP37392. 
For voice and piano. 

[COHEN, LOUIS] 1915- 
1*11 never change; words and music by 
Lew Cowann [pseud.] © Lew Cowann 
Music Co., Brooklyn; 28May49; EP37228. 
The moon has fold me; words and music 
by Lew Cowann [pseud.] © Lew Cowann 
Music Co., Brooklyn; 28May49; EP37229. 

COHEN, MAURICE ALFRED. 
The Irish in my heart. See Silver, Abner. 
The little old church near Leicester 
Square. See Goell, Kermit. 

COHEN. SOL B 
When Christ shall come; sacred song, 
[words from the Bible and] poem by 
Katharine Bainbridge, music by Sol B. 
Cohen. © The Harmony Music Publish- 
ers, Chicago; lDec48; EP33648. 
COHN, EMIL. 
Seelenlieder. See Schalit, Heinrich. 

COHN, GREGORY P 1919- 

Forest solitude; for the piano by Gregory 
P. Cohn. © Shattinger, inc., St. Louis- 
23May49; EP37060. 

COIT, LOTTIE ELLSWORTH. 
The child Schubert; by Lottie Ellsworth 
Coit and Ruth Bampton. With directions 
for presentation with a miniature stage 
setting or as a musical playlet. © Theo- 
dore Presser Co., Philadelphia; 18May49, 
AA117486. Contains compositions by 
Schubert in simple arrangement, principal- 
ly for piano solo, and the story of his life. 

COLAHAN, ARTHUR. 

Galway Bay, by Arthur Colahan, arr. by 
Hal Evans. (Choral series, L-204) 
New York, Leeds Music Corp. © Box 
& Cox (Publications), ltd.; 28Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP33215. Score: chorus 
(SSAA) and piano. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



COLAHAN, ARTHUR. Cont d. 

Galway Bay; by Arthur Colahan, arr. for 
organ by Kenneth Walton [with] Hammond 
organ registration. New York, Leeds 
Music Corp. © Box and Cox (Publica- 
tions) ltd.; 28Mar49; EP35707. 

Galway Bay [by Arthur Colahan] © Box 
& Cox (Publications), London; 16]ul47; 
EF11753. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation. 

COLANGELO, THOMAS. 
Bobby Gregory's album of heart songs. 
See Gregory, Bobby. 

COLBERT, EDNA STRUDLEY, 1896- 
Lend me a kiss till pay -day; lyrics by 
J. Edwin Schoolfield, music by Edna 
Strudley Colbert, [arr. by Harold L. 
Walters] © James Edwin Schoolfield & 
Edna Strudley Colbert; lFeb49; on ar- 
rangement; EU155473. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts, with words. 

COLDREY, ALBERT GEORGE JEFFERY, 

1903- 

Australian anthem; words and music by 
Jeff Coldrey. © Albert George Jeffery 
Coldrey, d.b.a. South Pacific Star Music 
Publishing Co., Melbourne; 21Feb49; 
EF13510. Score: SATB and piano. 

It is Crosby, entirely new arrangement by 
Jeff Coldrey. Melbourne, South Pacific 
Star Music Pub. Co. © Albert George Jef- 
fery Coldrey, sole owner for South Pacific 
Star Music Pub. Co., HFeb49; EF12533. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Just my horse and I; fox trot, lyrics by 
Molly Meyers [pseud.] & Harry Nash 
[pseud.], music by Peter Flynn [pseud.] 
© Albert George Jeffery Coldrey, d.b.a. 
South Pacific Star Music Publishing Co., 
Melbourne; 3May49; on new lyrics & 
harmonization; EF13512. 

Rio Rose; fox trot, words & music by Jeff 
Coldrey. © Albert George Jeffery 
Coldrey, d.b.a. South Pacific Star Music 
Publishing Co., Melbourne; 3May49; 
EF13513. 

Will you marry me? Novelty fox trot, 
words & music by Patrick O'Brien [pseud.] 
& Ralph King [pseud.] © Albert George 
Jeffery Coldrey, d.b.a. South Pacific Star 
Music Publishing Co., Melbourne; 3May49; 
EF13514. 

COLDREY, JEFF, See 
Coldrey, Albert George Jeffery. 

COLE, COZY. See 
Cole, William Randolph. 

COLE, FRANK OWEN. 
Dear little Texas Rose. See Hall, David. 

COLE, GEORGE. 
Who'll be the next one to cry over you? 
See Black,' John Stewart. 

COLE, GRADY. 
The crucified one; text by Wilmer Gladden, 

musical setting by Grady Cole. © Dixie 

Music Pub. Co., New York; 10Feb49; 

EP34348. 
Roundup of song hits for radio and 

recording. See Roundup of song hits. 

COLE, HAZEL. 
Roundup of song hits for radio and 
recording. See Roundup of song hits. 

COLE, KING. See 
Cole, Nathaniel. 

COLE, LLEWELLYN FREDERICK. 
That haunting melody, words and music by 
King Kole [pseud.] © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48, EP33021. 

COLE, LULA ALMIRA. 
An angel told me so. See McNeil, James 
Charles. 



COLE, NATHANIEL, 1917- 
I get sentimental over nothing, imagine 
how I feel about you; by Minette Allton 
and Nat (King) Cole. © Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., inc., New York; 27May49; 
EP37284. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

COLE, ROBERTO L _ 

Separacion; letra y musica de Roberto L. 
Cole. © Southern Music Publishing Co., 
inc., New York; 10Nov48; EP34686. 

Siempre contigo; letra y musica de Roberto 
Cole © Southern Music Publishing Co., 
inc., New York; 20Jan49; EP34663. 

COLE, ROSSETTER G 1866- 

No snarling danger in its den; [by] 
Rossetter G. Cole, [words by] Abbie 
Farwell Brown. (Octavo edition, 556) 
© The Arthur P. Schmidt Co., Boston; 
ljun49; on arrangement; EP37868. 
Score: chorus (TTBB) and piano. 

COLE, WILLIAM RANDOLPH. 
A complete modern drum method. See 
Kessler, William V. 

COLEMAN, DON L. 
One of us. See Hall, David. 
Somewhere in love. See Hall, David. 

COLEMAN, FRED. 
Am I too late? See Hall, David. 
I'm writing you a letter. See Hall, David. 

COLEMAN, HAPJIY. 
Shaker shake. See Clar, Arden. 
Similau. See Clar, Arden. 

COLEMAN, HENRIETTA. 
Just send a prayer to heaven. See Carroll, 
Mattie. 

COLEMAN, ROBERT H ed„ 

Coleman's male quartets; ed„ and comp. 
by Robert H. Coleman, I, E, Reynolds, 
musical editor, [B, B. McKinney, compos- 
er and arranger] © Robert H. Coleman: 
ljul21; AA119767. 

Kingdom songs. See Reynolds, I. E. 

COLERIDGE, MA17Y. 
Egypt's might is tumbled down. See 
Le Fleming, Christopher. 

COLES, BRAMWELL. 
Special songs for young people's anniversaries 

and festal occasions. See Special songs. 
See The musical Salvationist. 
See New Songs for Male Voices. 
See New songs for young people. 
See The Salvation army brass band journal. 

Festival series. 
See The Salvation army brass band journal. 

Second series. 

COLES, JACK. 

Satin and sable; [by] Jack Coles. © Noel 
Gay Music Co., inc., New York; 20Apr49; 
EP36665. Piano-conductor score: orches- 
tra. 

COLEY, TOMMY. 
Don't let it get you down. See Davis, 
Jimmie H. 

COLIN, CHARLES, 1913- 

"Artistry in trumpet technique, by Charles 

Colin. © Charles Colin; 2Jan49, EP32666. 
Bop. See Bower, Maury. 

(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Cinquieme solo; [by] Charles Colin. 
Op. 45. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11647. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 



(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Deuxieme solo; [by] Charles Colin. _ 
Op. 34. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11644. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 
(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) Grande 
fantaisie concertante; [by] Charles Colin. 
Op. 47. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & an- 
notations; EF11651. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 
(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Huitieme solo; [by] Charles Colin. 
Op. 52. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11650. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 

(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) Premier 
solojjby] Charles Colin. Op % 33. 
[Entierement revise et annote par] 
Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc & cie, 
Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & annota- 
tions; EF11643. Score (oboe and piano) 
and part. 

(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Quatrieme solo; [by] Charles Colin. 
Op. 44. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11646. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 
(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Septieme solo; [by]^Charles Colin. 
[Entierement revise et annote par] 
Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc & 
cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11649. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 
(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) Sixieme 
solojjby] Charles Colin. Op. 46. 
[Entierement revise et annote par] 
Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc & cie, 
Paris: 20Sep48; on revision & annotations; 
EF11648. Score (oboe and piano) and 
part. 

(Solos de concours, oboe & piano) 
Troisieme solo; [by] Charles Colin. 
Op. 40. [Entierement revise et annote 
par] Pierre Bajeux. © Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 20Sep48; on revision & 
annotations; EF11645. Score (oboe and 
piano) and part. 

COLLAZO, BOBBY. # 
Luna gaucha; cancion bolero de Bobby 
Collazo. Buenos Aires, Editorial Argen- 
tina de Musica Internacional, s. r. ltda. 
© Peer International Corp.; 30Dec48; 
EF13050. 



COLLAZO, BOBY. 
Una interrogacion. 



See Ruiz, Rosendo. 



COLLINGS, GEOFFREY, 1918- 
(Sonatina, violin & viola) Sonatina- [by] 
Geoffrey Collings. © J. & W. Chester 
ltd., London; 15Mar49; EF12817. Score. 
Welcome to all the pleasures. See Purcell, 
Henry. 

COLLINS, CLARICE. 
I've found the one for me. See Bartlett, 
Floyd. 



COLLINS, INEZ. 
The rose of Texas. 



See Hall, David. 



COLLINS, JEWEL. 
What kind of a heart have you? See 
Jerome, Henry. 

COLLINS, JOY. 
When twilight steals up the canyon. See 
Hall, David. 

COLLINS. VIOLET. 
Don't say I didn't for I did. See Hall, 
David. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



COLLINS, VIRGINIA GRANT. 
The pines of home. See Luvaas, Morten J. 

COLLINS, WALTER ROLAND, 1891- 
Strings in the mood; [by] Walter Collins. 
© W. Paxton & Co., ltd., London; 13Sep48; 
EF13295. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

COLLINS, WILL. 
Cimmanom cake; words and music by Haven 
Gillespie, Gene Carroll [and] Will Collins. 
© Carlin Music, inc., Detroit; 21Mar49; 
EP35664. 

COLLISSON, W HOUSTON, arr . 

Eileen Oge; or The pride of Petravore; 
arr. for S.A.T.B, by Harry Dexter, words 
by W. P. French, traditional melody arr, 
by W. Houston Collisson. © Keith, Prowse 
& Co., ltd., London; 28Feb49; on arrange- 
ment for S.A.T.B.; EF12442. 

OOLMAN, JAMES, 1909-1948. 
When the love of Jesus [fills your heart; 
by] James Colman. © Richard Herbert 
Cherry; HApr49; EP37192. Hymn, with 
music. 

COLON, JULIO. 

El loco; guaracha-rumba, letra y musica de 
Julio Colon. © Peer International Corp.. 
New York; 20Oct48; EP34197. 

COLONNA, DON ROCCO. 

Dewey for president; campaign song, lyric 
by Sarah Willis, music by Don R. Colorina. 
© Blue Bell Music Publishing Co., inc., 
Birmingham, Ala.; 31Aug48; EP34117. 

COLPITTS, CLYTIE. 
My soldier. See Schwandt, Wilbur. 

COLTER, BERTRAM. 
I'd love to have that Christmas feeling. 
See Greene, Cornelia B. 

COLVIN, ALEXANDER. 
I'll tell the world I love you. See Hall, 
David. 

COLVIN, ALEXANDER LEON. 
I'm just an old cowboy. See Hall, David. 

COMBA, M , 1895-1938. 

La nouvelle methode pour etudier seul 
le bandoneon chromatique et l'accordeon 
chromatique, systemes italien, beige et 
piano, avec textes en franQais, italien, 
espagnol, allemand, anglais, par M. Comba. 
Paris, Editions espagnoles J. Garzpn. 
© Julio Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13189. 

COMBES, ADOLPHE. 
Les caimans. See liamirez Tejada, 
Nicasio. 

COMBS, JOHN W 
You walked into my dreams; words & music 
by John W. Combs. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 80ct48; EP33048. 

COMBS, W W 

Hawaii and you; words by Daniel B. Lackey 
music by W. W. Combs. © Daniel Boone ' 
Lackey; 5Dec46; EP33876. 

COMDEN, BETTY. 
The right girl for me. See Edens, Roger. 

Take me out to the ball game. 
Yes, indeedy. See Edens, Roger. Take me 
out to the ball game. 

COMSTOCK, DORA HAGEMEYER. 
The road leads into tomorrow. See 
Cowell, Henry. 

CONCEPCION, CESAR. 

Aqui" me tienes; letra y musica de Cesar 
Concepcion. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 18Jan49; EP36361. 

Te patina el coco; guaracha, letra y musica 
de Cesar Concepcion. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York, 22Dec48; EP34701. 



CONGREVE, WILLIAM. 
Where'er you walk. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. Semele. 

CONKLIN, MARY H 
Elfins on parade; piano solo, by Mary H. 
Conklin. © Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York; 21Apr49; EP37296. 

CONLEY, LAWRENCE. 
The first time I met you. See Hall, David. 

CONLEY, MARY. 
No wonder Texas brags. See Hibbeler, 
Raymond Oscar. 



See Balsamo, G. 



CONN, CHESTER. 
Sicilian tarantella. 

CONNELLY, REG. 

If I had you; [by] Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Camp- 
bell & Reg Connelly, arr. by Norman 
Burns. (In Burns, Norman. Campbell 
Connelly be-t;op series, p. 7) © Campbell, 
Connelly & Co., ltd., London, 22Sep48, on 
arrangement, EF11922. For drums. 

Out of a blue sky. See Conrad, Con. 

CONNER, MRS . DENZIL. 
You have a bit of Texas sunshine in your 
smile. See Hall, David. 

CONNER, KAY. §ee 
Conner, Mrs. Denzil. 

CONNOR, THOMAS. 
My guiding star. See Leslie-Smith, 
Kenneth. 

CONNOR, THULA. 
Down the road to yesterday. See Hall, 
David. 

CONNOR, TOMMIE, 1904- 
Dreaming of home and you. See Goldbaum, 
Friedrich. 

Hang on the bell, Nellie. See Parker, Ross. 

Hold me just a little closer, dear; words & 
music by Max & Harry Nesbitt and Tommie 
Connor. © Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. 
London, 2Mar49; EF12914. 

Killarney in the spring. See Green, 
Henry Philip. 

Soft and low. See De Ranee, Hero. 

The yes-no samba, adapted from Jingle 
Bells, by Tommie Connor. © The Sun 
Music Publishing Co., ltd., London; 
2Nov48; on new words & arrangement, 
EF11716. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation. 

See also McCarthy, Joseph, pseud . 

CONRAD, CON. 

Margie,- lyric by Benny Davis, music by 
Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson [arr. 
by Lou Leaman] © Fred Fisher Music 
Co., inc., New York; 20Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP33255. 

Out of a blue sky; words [by] Reg Connelly, 
music by Sidney H olden and Con Conrad. 
© Campbell-Connelly, inc., New York- 
5May49 (in notice: 1948); EP36940. 

CONROY, TOM. 
Let It rain, oh, let it rain; words by Adele 
S. Kerltn. music by Tom Conroy. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP33187. 

CONSTANTINESCU, PAUL, 1909- 
"Freie Vanationen uber eine byzantinische 
Melodie aus dem 13. Jahrhundert. Varia- 
tiuni libere asupra unei melodli bizantine 
din sec. XIH. [By] Paul Constantinescu. 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 10Nov43; 
EF12258. Score (violoncello and piano) 
and part. 

CONTET, HENRI. 
Bolero. See Durand, Paul. 



La chanson que personne ne chantait. 

See White. Daniel J. 
In the park. See White, Daniel J. 

Mademoiselle de Paris. See Durand, 
Paul. 

CONYE.~LS, ANNIE. 
Madly in love with you. See Terry, Louis 
C. 

[COOK, ALEXANDER WELLINGTON] 1899- 
Sail on, O ship of state! [Lyric arrange- 
ment and melody by Arc, pseud., words 
by] Longfellow, [arr. by Harold Potter] 
© Alexander Wellington Cook; 28jun49 
(in notice: 1941), on arrangement; 
EP37991. 

COOK, ETTA M. 
Without you. See Buck, Ronald. 

COOK, ILLA MAE. 
Let's sing, let's sing, let's sing. See 
Future Homemakers of America. 

COOKE, ALICE. 
I'm not sorry. See Hall, David. 

COOL, SALLYE DAVE. 
Stop, thief, stop I Bring back my heart. 
See Hall, David. 



COOLEY, D. C. 
Call me darlin', do. 



See Kay, Julian. 



Jenks "Tex" Carman, the Dixie Cowboy. 
See Carman, Jenks. 

Wandering; words and music by Red Fox 
and Spade Cooley. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 10Mar49; 
EP35326. 

COOLEY, SPADE. See 
Cooley, D. C. 

COOMBS, MARJORIE SAVAGE, 1900- 
Golden thunder; air by Marjorie Coombs, 
lyric by Philip Marsh. © Philip M. 
Marsh; 23Apr49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP36464. 

COOPER, EDWARD. 
I hear Cuando tu vuelvas a mi. Words 
and music by Jose Mehs, Edward R White 
[and] Edward Cooper, Piano arrange- 
ment by Dick Kent © Southern Music 
Publishing Co . inc., New York; 19May49- 
EP37619. 

COOPER, GEORGE. 
Star of the east. See Kennedy, Amanda. 
Sweet Genevieve, my Genevieve. See 
Tucker, Henry. Fort Apache. 

COOPER, IRVIN. 
God gave us song, chorus for S. A. T. B. 
voices and piano, words and music by 
Irvin Cooper. © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co., Boston; 24Mar49, EP35337. 

Panis angelicus. See Franck, Ce"sar 
Auguste. 

Unison songs for teen age boys; with 
optional parts for girls' voices, comp. and 
arr. by Irvin Cooper. Rev. ed. © Gordon 
V. Thompson, ltd., Niagara Falls, N. Y.; 
5Mar49; on rev. ed. for American schools; 
EF12517. On cover: For baritone, alto- 
tenor, soprano, in classified or mixed 
voice groups. 

COOPER. JOSEPH. 
(Friars' frolic of 1949) This is my night 
with Trixie; [from] Friars frolic of 
1949, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by 
Joseph Cooper. © Mills Music, inc., New 
York; 25May49; EP37175. 

COOPER, MARGARET L. 
See Songs that children know. 

COOPER, MARION E. 
Ev'rybody's baby. See Hall, David. 



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COOPER, PENNY. 
My aloha serenade; words and music by 
Penny Cooper. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 27Jul48; EP33046. 

COOPER, ROBERT LEE, 1889- 
Awake, arise, and tell the story; t 
Robert L. Cooper. © Robert Lee Cooper; 
6Tun49: EP37396. 

COOPER, SfflRLEE. 
Fifi of the Flying Feet. See Pellish, Bert. 

COOPER, W. OLIVER. 
Golden gates. See Brumley, Albert Edward. 

COOPERSMITH, HARRY, 1902- ed- 

Sabbath service in song. Friday evening: 
Gershon Ephros. Sabbath morning, Jacob 
Beimel. Ed. and supplemented with con- 
gregational songs by Harry Coopersmith. 
New York, Behrman House. © Harry 
Coopersmith; 25Nov48; EP34263. Words 
in Hebrew, with transliteration. 

COPAS, COWBOY. 
It's wrong to love you, but I do: by Jean 
Branch and Cowboy Copas. © Acuff- 
Rose Publications, Nashville; HMay49; 
EP36753. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

COPELAND, AGNES MAE. 
Won't you. See Hall, David. 

COPELAND, MAE. See 
Copeland, Agnes Mae. 

COPELAND, MILTON. 
What would people say? Words and music 
by Milton Copeland. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33045. 

COPELAND, NANYA. 
You'll miss me cause i m going away; 
words and music by Nanya Copeland. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35867. 

COPLAND, AARON, 1900- 

(Concerto, clarinet) Concerto for clarinet 
and string orchestra; with harp and piano 
[by] Aaron Copland. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
inc., New York; 26Apr49; EU167123. 
Score. 
"Four piano bluesj [by] Aaron Copland. 
Piano solo. © Boosey & Hawkes, inc., 
New York; 4Mar49; EP34891. 

Sextet; for string quartet, clarinet and 
piano [by] Aaron Copland. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 21Dec48; 
EP33741. Score and parts. 

COPPAGE, QUINTON. 
My dear old home. See Richard, Leo. 

C OPPIN, E LIZ ABET H A 1918- 

The world comes west, [for] S.A.T.B., 
[by] Elizabeth A. Coppin. (Laurel octavo 
no. 1508) © C. C. Birchard & Co., 
Boston; 4Feb49; EP34220. 
The world comes west, [for] S.S.A., [by] 
Elizabeth A. Coppin. (Laurel octavo 
no. 1509) © C. C. Birchard & Co., Boston; 
4Feb49; on arrangement; EP34221. 

COPPINGER, J RAYMOND. 

Gloria; ballet dance for piano, by J. 
Raymond Coppinger. ([Pub. order no.] 
P2675) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
25Apr49; EP36316. 

COQUATRDC, BRUNO, 1910- 
Amie d'un soir ... paroles et musique de 
Bruno Coquatrlx. © Editions Joubert, 
Paris; 16Nov48; EF12096. 

Comme qi. comme ga; English lyrics by 
Joan Whitney [pseud.] and Alex Kramer 
French lyrics by Pierre Dudan, music by 
Bruno Coquatrix, arr. by Lou Singer. 
New York, Leeds Music Corp. © Paris 
Music, inc.; 28Mar49; on arrangement- 
EP35329. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with English words) and parts. 



Comme pi, comme pa. English lyrics by 
Joan Whitney [pseud.] and Alex Kramer, 
music by Bruno Coquatrix, French lyrics 
by Pierre Dudan background arrangement 
by Joe Leahy. Male vocal. New York, 
Leeds Music Corp. © Paris Music, inc.; 
21Feb49; on arrangement; EP34870. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
English words) and parts. 

Comme ci, comme 9a; pronounced: Come 
see, come sah. English lyrics by Joan 
Whitney [pseud.] and Alex Kramer, 
music by Bruno Coquatrix. New York, 
Leeds Music Corp. © Paris Music, inc.; 
21Feb49; on English lyrics; EP35061. 
English words. 

C ORB AN, ROBERT LEE. 
Gambling in my dreams. See Hall, David. 

CORDAY, LEO. 
I'm not too sure of my 1 amour. See 
Carr, Leon. 

CORDER, IRVEN L 
Is the doctor in? Words and music by 
Irven L. Corder. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36904. 

CORELLI, ARCANGELO, 1633-1713. 
Sonata da camera; [by] A. Corelh, [arr.] by 
Watson Forbes and Alan Richardson. 
(Transcriptions for viola & piano, no. 8) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
HNov48; on arrangement; EF12857. Score 
and part. 

CORI, C. C, pseud . See 
Lubin, Ernest. 

CORRADO, CHARLES, 1908- 
Petite polka; by Charles Corrado. (Ed. 
of selected compositions for piano ac- 
cordion, no. 9918) © O. Pagani & Bro. 
inc.; New York; 24Feb49; EP37244. 

[CORREA, MARIO DOROTEO PEDROSO] 
1902- 

Sin un reproche; cancion-bolero, original 
de Mario Pedroso, [arreglo de Bebo 
Valdes] Havana, Havana Music Supply Co. 
© Mario Doroteo Pedroso Correa, 
23Apr48; EF12930. For voice and piano. 

CORSANI, SARA. 
Yum, yum, yum. Total nada. Guaracha, 
words and music by Henry Stano, Horace 
Diaz and Sara Corsani. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 18Mar49; 
EP36420. English and Spanish words. 

CORTESE, LUIGI, 1889- 
Sonetto di Lorenzo de' Medici. Chiare 
acque, io sento il vostro mormorio; per 
canto e pianoforte di Luigi Cortese. 
Op. 5. © Carisch, s.a., Milano; HFeb49; 
EF12647. 

CORTOT, ALFRED. 
Les jeux d'eau a la Villa d'Este. See 
Liszt, Franz. 

Rapsodie espagnole. See Liszt, Franz. 

Variations sur le theme de Bach. See 
Liszt, Franz. Variations, Weinen, Klagen, 
Sorgen, Zagen. 

COSLOW, SAM. 
Just one more chance. See Johnston, Arthur. 

COSMEN, IDA. 
My beautiful Chiquita. See Adams, Anita. 

COSTE, MARIUS. 
II jouait de la contrebasse. See Ulmer, 
Georges. 

COSTE LLO, DICK. 
A few stolen moments; words and music 
by Bill Glasscock and Dick Costello. 
© Shawnee Press, inc., New York; 
31Dec48, EP34184. 

COTTER, JOS. F. 
An April day. See Price, Florence B. 



COTTINGHAM, FRANK. 
Melodies of His Grace; by Frank Cotting- 
ham, [words by various authors] © Frank 
Cottingham; 27May49; EP37517. Hymns, 
with music. 

COTTRELL, HERSCHELL L. 
Have you ever been kissed before? See 
Hall, David. 

COULON, JEAN PIERRE. 
Le muletier de Seville. See Dexter, Frank. 

Noell Chant d'esperance. See Scotto, 

Vincent. 
Uno, dos, tres. See Sarbekoff, Boris. 

COUNTEE, LORENZO. 

Better get you ready. See Carroll, Charles. 

The Holy Ghost is trimmin' me down. 
See Hathaway, Charles. 

No condemnation in my soul. See Carroll, 
Charles. 

When life crumbles, what then? [By] 
Lorenzo Countee. (Choral art series, 
1028) © Abbey Music Co., inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif., 21Dec48; EP32628. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

COUNTS, DON A. 
Come, love, dream. See Hall, David. 

COUPER, ALINDA B 
Let the merry church bells ring; Easter 
anthem for junior choir, S.A. Basque 
carol arr. by Alinda B. Couper, text 
adapted from the Scriptures by Alinda B. 
Couper. (Edition 8438) © J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York; 17Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP34362. 

COUR, PAUL LA. 
Normandiet. See Mortensen, Otto. 
Sommernat. See Mortensen, Otto. 

COURTNEY, WILLIAM. 
Lamarr's boogie. See Wright, Lamarr. 

COVELL, ANN. 
It's near the end. See Hall, David. 

COWAN, JOEL. 
Cabaret; words and music by Al Russell 

[and] Joel Cowan, arr. by Fred Weismantel. 

© Duchess Music Corp., New York; 

31Mar49; on arrangement; EP35708. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 

words) and parts. 
Cabaret; words and music by Al Russell 

[and] Joel Cowan. © Duchess Music Corp., 

New York; 31Mar49; EP35709. 
It's like taking candy from a baby. See 

Russell, Al. 

COWAN, ROSALIE. 
No tomorrow. See Hall, David. 

COWANN, LEW, pseud . See 
Cohen, Louis. 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE, 1899- 
A selection of Noel Coward songs; music 
by Noel Coward, comp. and transcribed 
for concert band by Erik Leidzen. 
© C happell & Co., ltd., New York; 
12May49; on arrangement; EP36911. Con- 
densed score and parts. 

COWELL, HENRY, 1897- 

The morning cometh, for mixed voices 
SATB, unacc, [by] Cowell, [words by 
T Chalmers Fumes] © Leonard Feist 
d.b.a. Merrymount Music Press New 
York; 28jun49; EP37997. 

The road leads into tomorrow; by Henry 
Cowell, for mixed voices. Poem by 
Dora Hagemeyer [pseud.] ([Pub. order 
no. J A-151) © Associated Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York, 15Nov48, 
EP37923. Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) 
and piano. 

"Saturday night at the firehouse; [by ] Henry 
Cowell. © Associated Music Publishers 
inc., New York; 18Feb49; EP34570. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 



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COWELL, HENRY, 1897- Cont'd. 
(Suite, winds) Suite for woodwind quintet; 
[by] Cowell. New York, Mercury Music: 
sole selling agents. © Leonard Feist, 
d.b.a. Merrymount Music Press; 25Mar49; 
EP35294. Score (flute, oboe, clarinet, 
horn and bassoon) and parts. 

COWPER, NORMA. 
I'm so in love; words & music by Norma 
Cowper. © Carrie Hoffman Music Pub- 
lishing Co., Detroit; 12Feb49; EP34934. 

COX, C EUGENE. 

Balboa Bay; words by Diana A. Gallosh, 
music by C. Eugene Cox. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Mar49; EP36824. 

COX, DESMOND, 1903- 

I dream in the arms of my darling; words 
& music [by] Box & Cox. © The Sun 
Music Publishing Co., ltd., London: 
290ct43; EF12175. 

See also_Heatherton, Fred, pseud . 



COX, SYBIL. 
Sarah Bell across the holler. 
David. 



See Hall, 



[COZZIANI, ALVERIOJ 1912- 
Mein liebes Wien. Mia cara Vienna. 
Wienerlied, Text von Georg Meinhardt 
[pseud.], Musik von Alfred Wilier [pseud. 
Testo italiano di A. Sodani] © Fortissimo, 
s.a.r.l., Trieste, Italia; 4Mar47; EF12495. 

CRABBE, LEON MARTIN. 
Pour mieux t'aimer. See Smedt, Simone de. 

CRAIG, FRANCIS. 
I thought I was dreaming. See Nolan, 

Tommy. 
So I worry. See Smith, Beasley. 

Tennessee tango; words and music by 
Beasley Smith and Francis Craig. 
© Robbins Music Corp., New York, 
9Mar49; EP35000. 

CRAM, DELBERT WALTON, 1869- 
Insurance song; words and music by D. W. 
Cram. © Delbert Walton Cram; 14Dec48 
(in notice: 1947); EP33793. 

CRAMER, HEINZ VON. 
Die Flut. See Blacher, Boris. 

CRANE, ADA. 
Romance of you and I. See Hall, David. 

CRANE, JIMMIE. 
The slippery road to love; words by Opal 
Clo Mcintosh, music by J. Crane. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif : 
4Aug48; EP33368. »<"«., 

CRANFORD, JACK. 
Dreaming of you; words by Mrs. Frank 
Gordon, music by Jack Cranford. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif • 
80ct48; EP33151. 

[CRAPS, ERNEST JEAN] 1903- 
Ferdinando; paroles de Claude Alix [pseud.], 
musique de Dave Bee [pseud.] © Edi- 
tions E.M.U.L., Paris; 20Feb48; EF13441. 

CRAVENS, RUPERT. 
What could I do without Jesus' [By Rupert 
Cravens, words] by Etta Lee. <l> Rev 
Mrs. Etta Lee; 30Mar49; EP37008. 
Close score: SATB; shape-note notation. 

CRAWFORD, FRANCES MARY. 

Kansas City words and music by Frances 
Mary Crawford. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48, EP33017. 

CRAWFORD, JIMMIE. 
My own, words by Edna Tomrell, music 
by Jimmie Crawford. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co , Hollywood, Calif ; 26Aug48- 
EP33100. . "6 . 



CRAWFORD, PAULINE AVERY. 
Come, close the curtains of your eyes. 
See Hokanson, Margrethe. 

CRAWFORD, PERCY B. 
Pinebrook melodies. See Crawford, Ruth D. 

Pinebrook victory songs. See Crawford, 
Ruth D. 

CRAWFORD, RUTH D comp. 

Pinebrook melodies; comp. by Ruth D. 
Crawford and Percy B. Crawford. Grand 
Rapids, Mich., W. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. 
Partial contents separately registered: 
EP36558. 

Pinebrook victory songs; comp. by Ruth D. 
Crawford and Percy B. Crawford. Phila- 
delphia, Pinebrook Press. © Percy B. 
Crawford; 15Dec45; EP37532. 

[CRAWFORD, WILLIAM H.] ed. 
Christmas carols, [selected and annotated 
by William H. Crawford] 29 p. © Oxford 
Univ. Press, New York; 24Nov48; A2G722. 

CREAMER, HENRY. 
If I could be with you, one hour tonight. 
See Johnson, James P. Flamingo Road. 

CREE, M HUGHES. 

My mother; words by M. Samuel Cree, 
music by M. Hughes Cree ©MS Cree; 
21Dec48; EP32670 

CREE, M. SAMUEL. 
My mother. See Cree, M. Hughes. 

CRESPO, VICENTE. 
Atrevete; bolero. Letra de Gil Luaiio, 
musica de Vicente Crespo. © Reinbert 
& Co., inc., New York; 30Mar49; EF12811. 
[Solo se que eres bonita! Huapango, letra 
de Gil Luano musica de Vicente Crespo. 
© Reinbert & Co.. inc., New York; 
30Mar49; EF12807. 

CRESTON, PAUL, 1906- 
Here is thy footstool; for four-part chorus 
of men s voices a cappella, [by] Paul 
Creston, [words by] Rabindranath Tagore 
Op. 11. (Octavo no. 9793) © G. Schirmer 
inc., New York; 7Feb49; EP36020. 
Thou hast made me endless; for four-part 
chorus of men's voices, a cappella [by] 
Paul Creston. Op. 11. [Words by] Rabin- 
dranath Tagore. (Octavo no. 9792) © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 7Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP36019. 

CREW, HELEN COALE. 
Irish lullaby. See Howe, Mary (Carlisle). 

CREWS, THOMAS L 
I love you, so help me; words and music 
by Thomas L. Crews. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co. Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35869. 

CRIDER. AL. 

The same old story, words and music by 
Al Crider. © Nordyke Publishing Co.. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33011. ' 

CRIPPS, LaVERNE E. 
Baby volcano. See Hall, David. 

CRIST, BAINBRIDGE, 1883- 
Spring; S.S.A., with piano ace, [bylBain- 
bridge Crist, [poem by Alfred Tennyson] 
(Choral series for women's voices, ser. 
4, C. M. 6472) © Carl Fischer, inc. 
New York, 13Apr49; EP36222. 

CROCE, GIOVANNI, 1559-1609. 
In Monte Oliveti. On Mount Olivet. Four 
part mixed voices, S.A.T.B., a cappella 
by I Giovanni Croce, ed. by F. Campbell 
Watson, [words from] St. Matthew 26- 
J9, 41. English adaptation by F. C W 
(Sacred choral library, 5-W3355) © M 
Witmark & Sons, New York; 27Apr49- 
on arrangement & adaptation of words- 
EP36490, Latin and English words 



CROFTS, JOSEPH M 1886- 

Isle of destiny. Innisfail. Gaelic tone 
poem, by Joseph M. Crofts. London, Box 
& Cox. © Walton's Piano and Musical 
Instrument Galleries (Publication Dept.), 
Dublin, Eire; 21Jan49; EF12604. For 
piano. 

CRONE, HERM. 
An Irishman will never fight till an 
argument's at hand. See Lee, Patsy. 

CRONHAM, CHARLES RAYMOND. 
A kiss in the dark. See Herbert, Victor. 

Orange blossoms. 
My isle of golden dreams. See Blaufuss, 

Walter. 
My wild Irish rose. See Olcott, Chauncey. 

The teddy bears' picnic. See Bratton, 
John W. 

CRONIN, GEORGE H 
Waltz of love; by George H. Cronin. 
© George H. Cronin; 30May49; EP37368. 
For voice and piano. 

CROOK, MRS. JOE B. See 
Crook, Maggie Allen. 

CROOK, MAGGIE ALLEN. 
Staying in Arkansas. See Hall, David. 

CROSAS, ANTONIO PALOMA, 1894- 
Cancion romantica, fox-trot, letra y musica 
de A. P. Crosas. ( With Elizalde, Lucio. 
Tan negros) © Max Pfeffer, New York; 
230ct48, EF11924. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

CROSBY, ALLEN. 
I know you don't love me. See Hall, David. 

CROSBY, BING. 
See Bing Crosby's Irish song collection. 

CROSBY, BOB. 
O'Leary is leery of fallin' in love-, words 
and music by Dick Cunliffe, Jack Fulton 
and Bob Crosby. © Miller Music Corp., 
New York; 3Feb49; EP34804. 

CROSBY, CLAIRE. 
The Victor's triumph. See Campbell, 
Edith. 

CROSBY, FANNY. 
Open the gates of the temple. See Knapp, 
Mrs . Joseph F. 

CROSBY, WM. HARDY. 
Sweet loving Sallie. See Hall, David. 

CROSS, SYLVESTER LONG. 
Moonlight and love; words by Cecelia Pac- 

cione Hart, music by Sylvester L. Cross. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; EP33147. 
Tiahed little fellah; words by Perley A. 

Gilmore, music by Sylvester L. Cross. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33156. 

CROSSMAN, ARTHUR GORDON, 1920- 
(True to life) Autumn promenade; from 
True to life, words and music by Arthur 
G. Crossman. Tulsa, Okla., Crossman 
Publications. © Arthur Gordon Crossman; 
9Mar49; EP35008. 
(True to life) The mule song, male voices 
for chorus or quartet, from the show True 
to life, words and music by Arthur G. 
Crossman. Tulsa, Okla. Crossman Publi- 
cations. © Arthur Gordon Crossman: 
lFeb49; EP34233. 

CROTCH, WILLIAM, 1775-1847. 
(Palestine) Be peace on earth; arr, by 
Henry G. Ley, [for] S. S. A., words by 
Bishop Heber, music by William Crotch. 
[From the oratorio Palestine] (York 
series, no. 1504) © Banks & Son, York, 
Eng.; 4Jan49 (in notice 1948); EF12286. 



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CROUDSON, HENRY, 1898- 

Piccadilly promenade; [by] Henry Croudson. 
© Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London; 16Apr49; 
EF13165. Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Serenade to the moon [by] Henry Croudson. 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 27Jul48; 
EF12202. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Up north; phantasy [by] Henry Croudson, 
including Cock o' the north, John Peel, . f 
Blaydon races [and] on Ilkla moor baht at. 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 26Jul48; 
on arrangement; EF12201. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

CROWELL, GRACE NOLL. 
A prayer for courage. See Byles, Blanche 
Douglas. 

CROWNINSHIELD, ETHEL, 1882- 
Mother Goose songs and old rhymes for 
nursery schools and kindergarten, by 
Ethel Crowninshield. © The Boston Mu; ic 
Co., Boston; 3Dec48; AA102184. 

CROWSON, FRED. 
1 11 miss you, Red; words and music by 
Fred Crowson. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33555. 

CROZIER, ERIC. 
The little sweep. See Britten, Benjamin. 

Saint Nicolas. See Britten, Benjamin. 

CRUEGER, JOHANN, 1598-1662. 

Jesu, Priceless Treasure. Text: Johann 
Franck; translation: Catherine Winkworth. 
Melody: Johann Crueger; setting: H. J. 
Markworth. (Concordia treble series, 18) 
© Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis; 
15Dec48; on setting; EP33722. Close 
score: SSA. 

Jesu, Priceless Treasure. Text: Johann 
Franck; translation: composite. Melody: 
Johann Crueger; setting: Wilbert E. Krause. 
(Concordia treble series, 14) © Concordia 
Publishing House, St. Louis; 15Dec48; on 
setting; EP33721. Close score: SA. 

Jesus Christ, my sure defense. Jesus, 
meine Zuversicht. Chorale for mixed 
voices [by] Johann Cruger, arr. by 
Harold K. Marks [words by] Luise 
Henriette v. Brandenburg, tr. by Catherine 
Winkworth. ( [Pub. order] no. 15344) 
© Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia: 
20Jan49; on arrangement; EP34109. 

New Year's prayer; S.S.A.A. [by] J. Crueger, 
arr. by A. W. Stellhorn, [words by] Paul 
Gerhardt. (Treble series, 24) © Con- 
cordia Publishing House, St. Louis; 
27Apr49; on arrangement; EP37085. 

CRULL, AUGUST. 
Draw us to Thee. See Markworth, Henry. 

CRUNDEN, MARJORIE MORSE, comp. 
Disc adventures for tiny, 'tween and 'teen 
agers; a basic record list for the Chil- 
dren's Record Loan Library housed in 
the Glen Ridge Free Public Library, Glen 
Ridge, New Jersey. 34 p. © College 
Women's Club of Montclair, Montclair, 
26Mar49; A31641. 

CRUZ, CARLOS SANTA. See 
Santa Cruz, Carlos. 

LOS CUATES CASTILLA ( Musicians ) 
Asi es la vida; corrido, letra y musica de 
Cuates Castilla. Jy Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 
30Dec48; EF13199. 

CUBA, ERNIE. 
Doggone it, darlin', that's love. See 
Vanderburg, Gordon James. 

CUDNEY, PEARL E. 
Be kind to my heart. See George, Don. 

CUETO, RAFAEL. 
Los Carnavales de Oriente; rumba, by 
Rafael Cueto. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 9Jun49; EP37397. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 



CUGAT, XAVIER, 1904- 
My shawl; lyric by Stanley Adams, music 
by Xavier Cugat, arr. by Jimmy Dale. 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 23Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP35136. Piano conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

CULLINAN, HOBART. 
Oh! hail unto Maria, words and music by 
Hobart Cullinan. © Hobart Cullinan 
18Apr49; EP36174. 

CUMMIN GS, E. E. 
OEdipus Rex. See Stravinskii, Igor' 

Fedorovich. 
Tumbling-hair. See Mennin, Peter. 

CUNKLE, FRANK. 
Behold that star. See Talley, Thomas W. 

Blue bells of Scotland; Scotch folk song, 
arr. by Frank Cunkle for mixed chorus. 
© Shawnee Press, inc., East Stroudsburg, 
Pa.; 30Mar49; on arrangement; EP36718. 

Blue bells of Scotland; Scotch folk song 
arr. by Frank Cunkle [for] 2-part girls 
or mixed voices. © Shawnee Press, inc., 
East Stroudsburg, Pa.; 30Mar49; on ar- 
rangement; EP37034. 

Jesus had a mother like mine; for girls 
choir, words by Jack Dolph, music by 
Frank Cunkle. © Shawnee Press, inc., 
East Stroudsburg, Pa.; 22Apr49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36723. 

Jesus had a mother like mine; for male 
chorus, words by Jack Dolph, music by 
Frank Cunkle. © Shawnee Press, inc., 
East Stroudsburg, Pa.; 22Apr49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36724. 

CUNLIFFE, DICK. 
O'Leary is leery of fallin' in love. See 
Crosby, Bob. 

CUNNINGHAM, PAUL. 
Tiie Bible on the table, and the flag upon 

the wall. See Bennett, George. 
In the valley of the roses. See Rule, 
Jimmy. 

A man with one million dollars, by Guy 
Wood, James Cavanaugh [and] Paul 
Cunningham. © Broadway Music Corp , 
New York; 29Mar49; EP35450. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

CURFMAN, ROBERT JOSEPH. 
Two sarabandes. See Brahms, Johannes. 

CURIEL, GONZALO, 1904- 
(La Venus azteca) Regalp; de la pelicula 
La Venus azteca, cancion de Gonzalo 
Curiel, orquestracion de Sergio Guerrero. 
©^Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 22Dec48; EF13239. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

(La Venus de fuego) Me acuerdo de ti; 
cancion blues, letra y musica de Gonzalo 
Curiel. De la pelicula La Venus de fuego. 
©^Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 8Jun48; EF13063. 

CURLING, EDWARD, 1900- 
Saint Cecelia; by Edward Curling. © The 

5_9of r Music Co -> Dub lin; 13Nov48; 
EF12591. For voice and piano. 

CURRIER, RALPH S. 
Midnight. See Hall, David. 

CURTIS, ERNESTO DE 
(Torna a Surriento) Come back to Sorrento" 
by E. De Curtis, arr. by Ray Carter 
Ipseud.] (In Krumbein, Maurice, arr 
Popular songs for Hammond organ 
no. 3 p. 6-7) © Chas. H. Hansen Music 
Co., New York; lAug48; EP34973. 

CURTIS, ESSIE. 
Love's magic. See Hall, David. 

CURTIS, MANN, pseud . See 
Kurtz, Emanuel. 



CURTIS, RUTH LAMBERT. 
Lesson plans for teaching vocal music. 
See Graham, Percy Perry. 

CUSENZA, FRANK J 1899- 

Cusenza s modern complete method of 
rhythms, tempi and punctuation- in 2 
volumes. © Frank J. Cusenza & Marie 
Cusenza, d.b.a, Frank J. Cusenza Music 
Publishing Co., Detroit; v. 1, 5Dec48- 
AA105988. For piano. 
Nature's musical method; by F. J. Cusenza. 
© Frank J. Cusenza & Marie Cusenza, 
d.b.a., Frank J. Cusenza Music Publishing 
Co., Detroit; 5Dec48; AA102547. 

CUSENZA, MARIA GIACCHINO, 1919- 
Due istantanee facihssime; per piccoli 
pianisti [by] Maria Giacchino Cusenza. 
© Carisch, s.a., Milano; HFeb49; 
EF12646. 

CUSHING, CATHERINE CHISHOLM. 
L'amour, toujours l'amour. See Friml, 
Rudolph. 

CUSHMAN, GEORGIA DAY, 1936- 
Blessed Jesus; words and music by Georgia 
Cushman. © Georgia Day Cushman; 
10Dec48; EP33922. 

CZERNY, CARL, 1791-1857. 
Moccasin march; [by] Czerny, accordion 
solo [arr.] by Earl Hazelle. © Belwin, 
inc., New York; 21Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36055. 
Scandinavi-Anna; a medley of Scandinavian 
waltzes by Czerny [arr. for] accordion 
solo by Earl Hazelle. C Belwin, inc., New 
York; 28Mar49; on arrangement; EP35408. 
Toccata. Op. 92. [Von] Czerny. [Or- 
chesterbearbeitung von Max Schonherr] 
fur 2 Streichkorper. Partitur. -J Uni- 
versal-Edition, Wien, 17Dec41 on ar- 
rangement; EF12259. Score: 2 string 
orchestras. 

D 

DABADIE, MARCEL. 
Le bal de la pluie. See Goldbaum, 

Friedrich. 
Etreinte. See Breux, Jacques. 

Simple melody. See Goldbaum, Friedrich. 

Viens sur mon bateau. See Goldbaum, 
Friedrich. 

DABADIE BASSET, MARCEL. See 
Dabadie, Marcel. 

DABNEY, ELTON R 
When you belonged to me; words and music 
by Elton R. Dabney. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48 
EP33038. 

DACITA. 
Shua shua. Wash wash; The washerwoman's 
lament, Letra y musica de Dacita. 
© Peer International Corp., New York 
19May49; EP37615. 

DACRE, HARRY. 

Bicycle built for two; Daisy Bell, by Harry 
Dacre. simplified arrangement for piano 
four hands by Louis Sugarman. (In Sugar- 
man, Louis, arr. Marks' simplified piano 
duet album, p 14-15) 9 Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp , New York; 15Feb49; 
on arrangement; EP34339 
DAFFAN, TED. 

Just born that way; words and music by 
Ted Daffan. © Peer International Corp. 
New York; 10Nov48; EP34685. 

Now I must reap; words and music by Ted 
Daffan. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 21Jan49; EP34681. 

Two of a kind; words and music by Ted 
Daffan. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 10Nov48; EP34734. 



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DAGAND, J 
Adoro te supplex. Sing alleluia forthl Motet 
for two-part chorus, soprano and alto 

E>y] J. Dagand, English words by Robert 
. Bedell. (Choral music no. 1966) 
© E. C. Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 
3Mar49; on English words; EP34822. 
Veni sponsa Christi. Come ye, see the 
Savior, motet for two-part chorus, soprano 
and alto [by] J. Dagand, English words by 
Robert L. Bedell. (Choral music, no. 1965) 
© E. C. Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 
3Mar49, on English words; EP34823. 

D'AGREVES, ERNEST. See 
Agreves, Ernest d'. 

DAHL, GUNNAR, pseud . See 
Westling, Ejnar. 

DAHL, INGOLF, 1912- 

"Music for brass Instruments, [by] Ingolf 
Dahl. © M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 
7Feb49; EP34165. Score (2 trumpets, 
horn, 2 trombones and tuba ad lib.) and 
parts. 

DAHLE, ALEXANDER A 
Cloudy skies, by Claude Casey, Arizona 
Mulligan [pseud.] & Al Dahle. © Acuff- 
Rose Publications, Nashville; 26Feb49; 
EP34461. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

DAHLQUIST, LARS ERIK. 
Blanande hogsommarnatt; skargardsvals, 
av Lasse Dahlquist, text: Nils-Georg 
[pseud.] © Nils-Georgs musikforlags 
AB, Stockholm, ljan48; EF11769. 
Blanande hogsommarnatt [vals] musik: 
Lasse Dahlquist, text: Nils-Georg 
[pseud.], arr.: Willard Ringstrand. 
© Nils-Georgs musikforlags AB, 
Stockholm; ljan48; on arrangement; 
EF11763. Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 

DAHLQUIST, LASSE. See 
Dahlquist, Lars Erik. 

D'ALBERT, EUGEN. See 
Albert, Eugen d'. 

DALBEY, C W 

The blue and grey patrol; [by] C. W. 
Dalbey, arr. by Paul Yoder. © Volk- 
wein Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 18May49; 
EP36988. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

Fantasie on My old Kentucky home; [by] 
C. W. Dalbey, © Volkwein Bros,, inc., 
Pittsburgh; 18May49; EP36989. Con- 
densed score (band) and parts. 

Superba; grand medley [by] C. W. Dalbey, 
[arr, by Walter E. Volkwein] © Volk- 
wein Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 18May49; 
on additional parts; EP36987. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

DALE, JAMES. 
Ballin the jack. See Smith, Chris. 

Cuddle up a little closer. See Hoschna, 

Karl. 
I only have eyes for you. See Warren, Harry. 

Mama Inez. See Grenet Sanchez, Eliseo. 
My shawl. See Cugat, Xavier. 
Tarantella jump; by Jimmy Dale and 

Jack Val. © Sunset Music Publishers, 

inc., New York; 7Feb49; EP34279. 

Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts. 
Three little words. See Ruby, Harry. 

Yours. See Roig, Gonzalo. 

DALE, ROBERT. §ee 
Warren, Mark, pseud . 

DALMAS, HERBERT. 
Brothers, sing on! See Grieg, Edvard 
Hagerup. 

DAM, MOGENS. 
Jeg er den sidste turist i Europa. See 
Blichmann, Henrik. 



DAMASE, JEAN MICHEL, 1928- 
*(Quintet, flute, harp & strings) Quintette; 
[by] Jean-Michel Damase. © Henry 
Lemoine & cie, Paris; 20Aug48; EF11695. 
Score and parts. 

"(Rhapsody, oboe & string orchestra) 
Rhapsodie; [by] Jean Michel Damase. 
© Henry Lemoine & cie, Paris; 30Apr48; 
EF11669. Score (oboe and piano) and 
part. 

DAMBERG, HELGE. 
Va'stgota-hambo. See Andersson, Holger. 

DAMBROSY C, pseud. See 
Micsunesco, Constantln. 

[DAMESTOY, JEAN] 1910- 
Oldarra; fandango, [by] J. Asaldo [pseud.] 
© Julio Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13505. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

DAMON VIC, 1901- 
To make you mine; by Al Trace, Ben 
Trace and Vic Damon. © Blasco Music, 
inc., Kansas City, Mo.; 21Apr49, 
EP36247. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

DAMSGAARD, MARGARET. 
There's a rainbow in the sky. See Hall, 
David. 

DANA, TOMMY P. 
Mother. See Richard, Leo. 

DANA, WALTER. 
Don't cry, my heart. See Piotrowski, Jan. 

Open the door polka. See Podgorsky, 
Ignaci. 

DANBURG, RUSSELL. 
The Phi Kappa Tau song book. See 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

DANE, CLEMENCE. 
Alice's adventures in Wonderland and 
through the looking-glass. See 
Addinsell, Richard. 

DANEAU, NICOLAS, 1866-1944. 
'(Petite suite ; piano) Petite suite. Heine 
Suite. [By] Nicolas Daneau, rev. et doigte 
par Suzanne Daneau. (Edition no. 211) 
© Edition Cranz, Bruxelles (in notice: 
A. Cranz); 15Sep48; on revision; EF12152. 

DANEAU, SUZANNE. 
Petite suite. See Daneau, Nicolas. 
Petite suite, piano. 

DANGEL, VICTOR. 
I'd rather spoon by the moon. See Hall, 
David. 

D'ANGELO, MICHAEL. 
Beautiful rose, music by Michael D'Angelo. 
Los Angeles D'Angelo Music Pub. Co. 
© Michael D'Angelo; 10Jan49; EP33866. 
For piano. 

DANIEL, GERALD RUSSELL, 1916 
Go, Godolphin; music by Gerald Daniel, 

words by Wilferd Kracht. © Gerald R. 

Daniel & Wilferd D. Kracht; lMar49; 

EP35482. 
Godolphin hymn, music [by] Gerald Daniel 

words [by] Wilferd Kracht. © Gerald R 

Daniel & Wilferd D. Kracht; lMar49- 

EP35481. 

DANIEL, JOHN, comp. 
John Daniel quartet song book. © John 
Daniel; no. 6, 15Jan49; AA107512. 

DANIEL, KATHRYN, 1878- 
Mexican night; a piano solo by Kathryn 
Daniel. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 10Feb49; EP34264. 

DANIEL, OLIVER. 
Choruses. See Belcher, Supply. 
The harmony of Maine. 



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DANIELL, MRS . GEORGE E. See 
Daniell, Lila Gilbert. 

DANIELL, LILA GILBERT. 

Put a little question mark, words and music 
by Lila Gilbert Darnell. © Nordyke Pub 
lishing Co., Hollywood. Calif.; 28Dec48; 
EP33025. 



See Stravinskii, Igor' 



DANIELOU, J. 
OEdipus Rex. 
Fedorovich. 

DANIELS, CHARLES NEIL, ; 1878-1943. 

You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine; 
3-part mixed voices, S.A.B., words by 
Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown, 
music by Charles N. Daniels, arr. by 
Claire Stafford [pseud.] (Choral library, 
4-R3132) © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 23May49; on arrangement; 
EP37312. 

You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine; 
two part, S.A. or T.B. Words by Seymour 
Rice and Albert H. Brown, music by 
Charles N. Daniels, arr. by Claire Staf- 
ford [pseud.] (Choral library, 10-R3131) 
© Remick Music Corp., New York; 
25May49; on arrangement; EP37211. 

DANIELS, EMILIE ROBERTS, 1902- 
V. F. W. on parade; by Emilie Roberts 
Daniels. Camanllo, Calif., Billy John 
Hudson Post 6499. © Emilie Roberts 
Daniels; 18Jun49; EP37958. For piano. 

[DANIELSSON, DAVID] 

Lillkdping; [by] David Daniels, [pseud. 
Words by] Nils Ferlin. [Arr.: Gosta 
Hadell] Fdr sang med ackompanjemang 

■ av piano, luta eller gitarr. (For visans 
viinner, nr. 39) © A.-b. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm; ljan46; EF1277a 

DANIS, ROLAND. 
What can I do? See Hall, David. 



DANJELS, DAVID, pseud . 
Danielsson, David. 



See 



DAQUIN, LOUIS CLAUDE, 1694-1772. 
'(Noels, organ) New book of noels, 12 noels 
for organ (optional strings or woodwinds 
on rental) [Op. 2. By] Louis Claude 
Daquin; ed. by E. Power Biggs. © Music 
Press, inc., New York; v. 2, 10Dec48; on 
preface & arrangement; EP32559. 

DARBY, KENNETH LORIN, 1909- 
The blue tail fly, arr. by Ken Darby. 
(His Choral series, L-196) © Leeds 
Music Corp., New York; 28Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP33220. Score: tenor, 
chorus (TTBB) and piano. 

The blue tail fly, S.A.T.B., arr. by 
Ken Darby. (His Choral series, L-194) 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 28Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33221. 

Grandfather's clock. See Work, Henry 
Clay. 

Oh promise me. See DeKoven, Reginald. 

Old ark a-moverin', T.T.B.B., arr. by 
Ken Darby. (His Choral series, L-197) 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
28Dec48; on arrangement; EP33222. 

Old Joe Clark, S.A.T.B., arr. by Ken 
Darby. (His Choral series, L-192) 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
27Dec48; on arrangement; EP33224. 

Old Joe Clark, T.T.B.B., arr. by Ken Darby. 
(His Choral series, L-193) © Leeds 
Music Corp., New York; 28Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EP33225. 

'Zekiel saw da wheel, T.T B.B., arr. by 
Ken Darby (His Choral series, L-195) 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
28Dec48; on arrangement; EP33217. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



DAREWSKl, HERMAN, d. 1947. 
(Task force) If you could care, featured in 
the picture Task force, lyric by Arthur 
Wimperis, music by Herman Darewski 
[piano ace. arr. by Helmy Kresa] 
© Remick Music Corp., New York, 
28Mar49; on arrangement; EP35351. 

(Task force) If you could care; [from] 
Task force, words by Arthur wimperis, 
music by Herman Darewski [arr. by Sid 
Feller] © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 25Apr49; on arrangement; EP36336. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

(Task force) If you could care; [from] 
Task force, words by Arthur Wimperis, 
music by Herman Darewski, scored by 
Jerry Sears. © Remick Music Corp., 
New York: 25Apr49; on vocal orchestra- 
tion; EP36337. Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

DARIO RUBEN. 
Margarita. See Perez Freire, Mercedes. 

DARKE, HAROLD. 
A little prelude in E minor. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

DARLINGTON, MARGARET B. 
The rose. See Lamkoff, Paul. 

DARNELL, SHELBY, pseud . See 
Miller, Bob. 

DARTONNE, JEAN, pseud . See 
Rouher, Jean. 

DASH, IRWIN, 1892- 

Blue ribbon gal, lyric by Ross Parker, 
music by Irwin Dash. © The Irwin Dash 
Music Co., ltd., London: 20May49; on 
additional lyrics; EF 13427. Melody also 
in tonic sol-fa notation. 

Out of a prayer; words and music by Don 
Pelosi, Leo Towers [pseud.] & Lewis 
Ilda [pseud.] © The Irwin Dash Music Co., 
ltd., London; 15Mar49; EF12819. 

See also Heatherton, Fred, pseud . 

D'AUBERGE, ALFRED. 
Atonal studies. See Deiro, Pietro. 
School of scales and arpeggios, by Alfred 
D Auberge. (Ampco library, no. 715) 
© Accordion Music Publishing Co., 
New York; 30Mar49, EP35660. For ac- 
cordion. 

DAUME, JOHNNY. 
All I need is some more lovin', words 
and music by Johnny Daume. © Peer 
International Corp., New York, 19May49; 
EP37616. 

DAUTHENDEY, MAX. 
Sechs Liebeslieder. See Schalit, Heinrich. 

DAVER, pseud . See 
Daverveldt, Henri. 

DAVERVELDT, HENRI. __ 
Dans notre eglise oubliee. See Ackermans, 
Hippolyte. 

DAVEY, ERNEST. .§ee 
Davey, Harry Ernest. 

DAVEY, HARRY ERNEST, 1888- 
Caprice; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. by 
Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13372. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Cavatina in C major; by Ernest Davey, 
piano arr. by Harold S. Packer, Ted. 
by R. Roth] © Waterloo Music Co., 
Waterloo, Ont.; 30Mav49; EF13375. 
Score (violin and piano) and part. 

Cheico; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. by 
Harold S. Packer, [ed. by Roth] © Water- 
loo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 30Mav49; 
EF13366. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 



Danse espagnol; by H. E. Davey, piano arr. 

by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 

© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 

30Mav49; EF13377. Score (violin and 

piano) and part. 
Jacoby waltz; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. 

by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 

© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 

30May49; EF13368. Score (violin and 

pi£io) and part. 

The Kaffir's lament; by Ernest Davey, 
piano arr. by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by 
R. Roth] © Waterloo Music Co., Water- 
loo, Ont.; 30May49; EF13370. Score 
(violin and piano) and part. 

Lullaby waltz; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. 
by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13374. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Modern violin method; for group or private 
instruction, by H. E. Davey. © Waterloo 
Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; bk. 1, 2May49; 
EF13379. 

Nightfall; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. 
by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13373. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Phantasy; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. by 
Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13371. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Student's concertino; by Ernest Davey, 
piano arr. by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by 
R. Roth] © Waterloo Music Co., Water- 
loo, Ont.; 30May49; EF13378. Score 
(violin and piano) and part. 

Tangorina; by Ernest Davey, piano arr. 
by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13369. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Tiptoe dance; by H. E. Davey, piano arr. 
by Harold S. Packer, [ed. bv R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30Mav49; EF13376. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

Waltz of the scale; by Ernest Davev, piano 
arr. by Harold S. Packer, [ed. by R. Roth] 
© Waterloo Music Co., Waterloo, Ont.; 
30May49; EF13367. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

DAVEY, MYRTLE BABBITT. 
Violins were playing. See Hall, David. 

DAVID, HAL. 
The four winds and the seven seas. See 

Rodney, Don. 

Schone Madel. See Rodney, Don. 
Single saddle. See Altman, Arthur. 

Strummin' on the old banjo. See Rodney, 
Don. 

DAVID, MACK. 
Gigolette. See Sigman, Carl. 

I'll take you home in my heart tonight. 

See Livingston, Jerry. 
On the Isle of May. See Chaikovskii, 

Petr Il'ich. Quartet, strings. 
One more time. See Livingston, Jerry. 

Sunflower; [by Mack David, a Hal Leonard 
arrangement] Winona, Minn., Hal 
Leonard Music. © Famous Music Corp 
?!* Jork; 5Apr49; on arrangement; ' 

EP36304. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

Sunflower; easy six-part mixed chorus, 
S.S.A.A.T.B., arr. by Jack Allison, words 
and music by Mack David. © Famous 
Music Corp., New York; 20Jun49; on ar- 
rangement; EP37906. 

Sunflower; music by Mack David arr by 
Richard L. Wolfson. © Famous Music 
Corp., New York; 10jun»; on arrange- 
ment; EP37656. Parts: [3 tonettes. 



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Sunflower; words and music by Mack David. 
Simplified piano solo with large notes 
and words. [Arr. by Geo. N. Terry] 
© Famous Music Corp., New York; 
20May49; on arrangement; EP37109. 

DAVIDSON, HAROLD G 
Birds of La Jolla; piano solo [by] Harold 
G. Davidson. ([Pub. order] no. 110-40006) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia; 
31May49; EP37320. 

DAVIES, AGNES EFFA 1882- 
Rejoice, give thanks [by I Agnes E. Davies. 
© Agnes Effa Davies; 2Jan49 (in notice: 
1948); EP33507. Close score: SATB. 
DAVIES, E. T. 
Brother James's air. See Bain, James Leith 
Macbeth. 

DAVIES, HARRY PARR. 

The Lisbon story, a play with music, book 
and lyrics by Harold Purcell, music by 
Harry Parr Davies. © Chappell & Co., 
ltd., London; 20Nov48; EF11704. Piano- 
vocal score. 

Maytime In Mayfair; [from the film] 
Maytime In Mayfair, words by Harold 
Purcell, music by Harry Parr Davies. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 2May49; 
EF13346. 

Peter Penguin, words by Harold Purcell, 
music by Harry Parr Davies. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., London; 9Dec48; EF11995. 

DAVIS ALICE. 
I can t do without you. See Hall, David. 

DAVIS, BENNY. 
The Irish in my heart. See Silver, Abner. 

It's a cruel, cruel world. See Silver, 

Abner. 
Margie. See Conrad, Con. 

She's a home girl. See Silver, Abner. 

There's something about Paree. See 
Silver, Abner. 

DAVIS, BOB A 
Ain't gonna worry 'bout a soul; by Bob 
A. Davis. © Stone Music Corp., New 
York; 8Apr49; EP36600. 

DAVIS, MRS . CARLTON. 
This heart of mine. See Hall, David. 

DAVIS, CLARENCE EUGENE. 
So lonely. See Hall, David. 

There's no use to try. See Hall, David. 
What' 11 I do? See Hall, David. 

DAVIS, CYRIL E 
Going places; words and music by Cyril 
E Davis © Nordyke Publishing Co , 
Hollywood, Calif ; 7Dec48, EP32919 

DAVIS, DAVID, 1931- 
Nocturne and scherzo; [by] David Davis. 
© David Davis; 9Jun49; EU169768. 
Score: orchestra. 

DAVIS, EARL. 
You're the dream of all my dreams. 
See Springer, Rudolph. 

DAVIS, EDGAR B 

Brotherhood of man; words and music 

?L Ed f^ r B - Davis - © EcJ gar B. Davis- 
14Jan49; EP33746. ' 

DAVIS, GEORGE S 1901- 

Go forth in power; [by] George Davis 
[words by] Kate Van Winkle. (Choral 
library, G-200) © Gurley Music Co. 
inc., Utica, N. Y.; 2May49; EP36699.' 
Score: chorus (SATB) and organ. 

DAVIS, GLADYS ISABEL. 
That s where I call home. See Hall, David. 

DAVIS, JIMMIE H 
Darlin , don t make me cry over you; 
words and music by Cliff Japhet and 
Jimmie Davis. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 12Apr49; EP36393. 



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DAVIS, JIMMIE H Cont'd. 
Don't let it get you down; words and music 
by Cliff Japhet, Tommy Coley and Jimmie 
H. Davis. (With Whelan, Ekko. Have I 
been forgiven or forgotten?) © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 20Jan49; 
EP34658. 

DAVIS, MRS . JOSEPH HENRY] arr . 
Fair haven; junior choir and duet book, 
soprano and alto, cnmp, and arr. by 
Betty Warren | pseud,] E, C. Schirmer 
Music Co., Boston; 22Apr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP36655. 

DAVIS, KATHERINE KENNTCOTT, 1892- 

An Easter alleluia; four part mixed voices, 
S.A.T.B., a cappella. 14th century melody 
arr. by Katherine K. Davis. [Words by] 
Charles Wesley. (Choral library, 5-G1805) 

Remick Music Corp., New York; 
21Jan49; on arrangement; EP34104. 

Jesus., sleeping in the manger; S.A.B., [by] 
Katherine K. Davis. [Words by] A. E. A. 
(Christmas anthems and carols, no. 1465) 

Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
13Mav"49; EP36766, 

The mill wheel. J'entends le moulin 
English text by K.K.D., French 
Canadian [folk song] freely arr. by 
Katherine K. Davis © Galaxy Music 
Corp , New York; 22Mar49; EP35320. 

O Jesu, so sweet. See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

Our God is a rock; S.A.T.B. [by] Katherine 
K. Davis. (Laurel octavo, no.. 1517) 
© C. C. Birchard & Co„, Boston; 21Mar49; 
EP35415. 
DAVIS, KENN. 
The sandman always rides a pinto pony; 
words and music by Kenn Davis. © Broad- 
cast Music, inc., New York; 21Jan49; 
EP34792. 

DAVIS, LYNN. 
Fifteen years ago today; by Molly and 
Lynn Davis. © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville; 18May49; EP37016. For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 
Poor Ellen Smith, by Molly & Lynn Davis. 
5 Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
15Jun49; EP37668. For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

DAVIS MARION FREEMAN. 

Don't tell Mabel, words & music by Marion 
Freeman Davis. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 70ct48; EP33006. 

DAVIS, MOLLY. 
Coming down from God; [by] Molly Davis. 
Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
18May49; EP37018. For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

Fifteen years ago today. See Davis, Lynn. 
Poor Ellen Smith. See Davis, Lynn. 

DAVIS, MYRLE EMERSON. 
Huckleberry sweetheart. See Chobar, Louis 

William. 
Illinoi', I love you. See Chobar, Louis 
William. 

DAVIS, NATHANIEL C 1888- 

Our lady of liberty; march song, words by 
Bernice Stokoe, music by Nathan Davis. 

W. E. Goldsberry & Co., Daisy D. 
Crookham, sole owner, Los Aneeles - 
29Mar49; EP36569. 

[DAVIS, RALPH] 
African dances; [by] Ralph Davis, [preface 
and dance directions by] Evelyna Forney, 
© Evelyna Forney; 23Apr48; EP34228. 
The music is for piano. 

DAVIS, RITA CATHERINE, 1896- 
Ex-sweethearts; words & music by Rita 
Davis. [Hollywood, Calif., Song-of-the- 
month Corp.] © Rita Catherine Davis; 
31Dec48; EP34253. 



DAVIS, STU. 

I listened to my heart for the last time; 
words and music by Stu. Davis. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 18Mar49; 
EP36422. 

I'll be gone when you read this note from 
me; words and music by Stu Davis. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
17Aug48; EP34714. 

I'm living in the shadow of a doubt; words 
and music by Stu Davis. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; HMar49; 
; EP36370. 

I m plumb tuckered out; words and music 
by Stu. Davis. S Peer International 
Corp., New York; 8Feb49; EP36405. 

There's a cowboy goin' home; words and 
music by Stu. Davis. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 8Feb49: EP36411. 

Until death do us part; words and music by 
Stu. Davis. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 12Apr49; EP36385. 

DAVIS, TED, pseud . See 
Nix, Harvey E. 

DAVIS, VIRGINIA. 
Each day I grow a little nearer. See 
Martin, Roberta Evelyn. 

I will sing you a song. See Hamiltc:i, 
Eugene George. 

I'll serve Jesus. See Lewis, Samuel E. 

Jesus lives in my soul; music by Virginia 
Davis, words by Abbie E. Woods. Chicago, 
T. R. Frye Publishers. © Abbie E. Woods 
& Theodore R. Frye; 2Dec48; EP34550. 

Only a look. See Shepherd, Anna. 



DAVIS, WAITMAN. 
Twilight memories. 



See Tobin, Louis. 



DAVIS, WALLY. 
My heart has been broken. See Hall, 
David. 

DAVISON, ARCHIBALD T. 
The church organist's golden treasury. 
See Pfatteicher, Carl F. 

DAVISON, ARCHIBALD THOMPSON, 1883 

^ed. 

'Historical anthology of music; by Archi- 
bald T. Davison and Willi Apel. Oriental, 
medieval and renaissance music. Rev. 
ed. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Univ. 
Press, © The President & Fellows of 
Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.; 
v. 1, 2Feb49; on preface, new composi- 
tions & corrections; AA106345. 

DAVOREN, JOSIAH NELSON. 
My first dance with you. See Hall, David. 

DAWES, FRANCIS EDWARD. 
Sonata in D. See Vincent, Thomas. Sonata, 
oboe, no. 1. 

DAWN, MARILOU. 
How can you be so sweet? See Mueller, Don. 

DAWSON, GRACE STRICKLER. 

A Christmas hymn. See Bush, Gladys 
Blakely. 

DAWSON, HARTIY. 
The garden of England. See Wood, Haydn. 
Nightfall. See Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong. 

DAWSON, W. J. 
Brigadoon. See Loewe, Frederick. 

DAY, ROBERT. 
Champagne for two; lyrics by Pat Noto, . 
music by Bobby Day. © Roxy Music Corp. 
New York; 3Feb49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34298. 

Strolling; [by] Bobby Day [words by] 
Arthur Bermanjand] Eddie Lisbona. 
) Roxy Music Corp., New York; HApr49; 
EP35779. 



DAY, RUTH E 1901- 

Dusk in the mountains, by Ruth E. Day. 
© The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati, 
20Dec48, EP33250. 2 scores for 2 
pianos. 

Flying kites, piano solo with words, by Ruth 
E. Day. © The Willis Music Co., Cincin- 
nati; 5Apr49; EP36189. 

DAYMOND, EMILY. 
Sonata no. 4 in D major. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. 

DAYNES, JOSEPH J 
As the dew from heaven distilling', words 

by Parley P. Pratt, music by Jos. J. 

Daynes [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 

© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 

arrangement; EP34613. For piano; with 

words. 
DEAL, ALBERT LUTHER, 1913 
When it's cotton pickin' time down in Dixie; 

words & music by AlDeal, Jr. Memphis, 

Cotton Boll Music Co. © Albert Luther 

Deal, Jr.; 16Mar49; EP35442. 

DEAL, HAROLD. 
Whiter than snow. See Loes, Harry Dixon. 

DEAN, DONN. 
I know now. See Hansen, Elmer Herman. 



DEAN, I. ; FORBES. 
You don't have to steal my heart. 
Hall, David. 



See 



DEANE- FREEMAN, MYRA. 
Freeman, Myra Deane. 



See 



DeANGELO, R. N. 
On a Rocky Mountain trail. See Hall, David. 

DEARING, KATHLEEN. 
Practical music course in elementary 
theory and sight-singing. See Prairie 
Bible Institute, Three Hills, Alta. 

DEARING THOMAS GILBERT, 1896- 
Awake, O, manl Arrangement by Adam 
H. Gilger, words and music by Thomas 
Gilbert Dearing. © Thomas Gilbert 
Dearing; 31May49; EP37252. 

DEARLE, EDWARD. 
Come ye yourselves apart and rest, [by] 
Edward Dearie, arr. [by] M. Bjornson, 
[words by] Edward H. Bickersteth. 
(Choral library [no.] 1073) © Augsburg 
Publishing House, Minneapolis; 20Dec48, 
on arrangement; EP35547. Close score: 
chorus (SATB) 

DE BRANT, CYR, pseud . See 
Higginson, J. Vincent. 

DE BROEK, PAULA VAN. See 
Broek, Paula van de. 

DEBUSSY, CLAUDE, 1862-1918. 

II pleure dans mon coeur. Soft tears fall 
within my heart, by Claude Debussy, 
freely transcribed by Arthur Hartmann 
[flute part arr. by Quinto Maganini] Rev. ed. 
© Edition Musicus, New York; 25Nov48; on 
transcription; EP33935. Score (flute and 
piano) and part. 

(Suite bergamasque) Clair de lune- ex- 
trait de la Suite bergamasque [by'] 
Claude Debussy, transcription par 
Gaston Hamelin. © Jean Jobert, Paris 
18Dec48, on transcription; EF12106. 
Score (clarinet and piano) and part. ' 

(Works) Orchestra score from Portrait 
of Jennie; music by Claude Debussy [arr. 
by Dimitri F. Tiomkin] © Editions Jean 
Jobert, Paris; 10May49; on arrangement; 
EU167162 & Durand & cie, Paris; 
10May49, on arrangement; EU167163. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



DE CIMBER, J V 

Calico sweetheart; music by J. V. de Cimber 
[and] ''Heinie'' Jack Bundy, lyric by Dave 
Pritchard. ( With his_The cricket song) 
© De Cimber -Pritchard-Pfau Music Pub., 
Milwaukee; 27Dec48; EP33299. 

The cricket song; I want to be a cricket, 
music by J. V. de Cimber, lyric by Dave 
Pritchard. © De Cimber-Pritchard-Pfau 
Music Pub., Milwaukee; 27Dec48; 
EP33298. 

DECKER, ELDON. 
You're the only one. See 7/illiams, 
Marcella. 
DE CRESCENZO, VINCENZO, 1875- 
Sogno d'amore Dream of love. Parole e 
musica di Vincenzo De Crescenzo ([Pub. 
order no.] N.Y. 1389) © G. Ricordi & 
Co., New York; 3Jan49; EP33646. Italian 
words. 

DE DROIT PAUL. 
Morella;by Paul De Droit. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; 4Apr49; EP35652. Score 
(xylophone or vibraphone and piano) and 
part. 

DEE, MARGARET, comp . 
Tips for pianists; [a direct approach to 
practice principles], by Margaret Dee. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago, 
24Jun49; EP37953. For piano, with 
descriptive text. 

DEE, SYLVIA, pseud . See 
Proffitt, Josephine Moore. 



DEFELICE, JOAN J. 
True it can be love. 



See Chanslor, Hal. 



DE FRIES, STANLEY. 
The pendragon; [by] Stanley De Fries. 
© Stanley De Fries; 16May49; EP37202. 
For piano. 

DE GAETANO, SAL. 
Why can't this ever be? See Peragine, 
Ralph. 

DEGERMAN, ROLF. 
Yippee up; cowboy-foxtrot, text: Einar 
Moberg, musik Rolf Degerman, arr. 
Gbsta Theselius. © Edition Sylvain 
AB, Stockholm; ljan48, EF11764. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with Swedish words) and parts. 

DeGREEF, JEANNE. See 
Greef , Jeanne de. 

DE GROTE, BETTY. 
You're the key to my heart. See Buck, 
Ronald. 

DE HARTMANN, THOMAS. See 
Hartmann, Thomas Aleksandrovich. 

DeHAVEN, TOMMY. 

Daisy, words and music by Tommy De 
Haven. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 23Dec48, EP33026. 

DEIRO, PIETRO, 1888- 

Atonal studies; compositions in atonality 
and the modern idiom, by Pietro Deiro 
and Alfred d'Auberge. (Ampco library, 
no. 826) © Accordion Music Publishing 
Co., New York; 30Jun49; EP37945. For 
accordion. 

Bells of Salto, [by] Pietro Deiro. (Sim- 
plified teaching series for accordion, 
no. 1214) © Accordion Music Publishing 
Co. ; New York; 30Jur49, EP37947. 

Eternal spring. [Fontana eterna] By 
Pietro Deiro. (Ampco edition, no. 366) 
© Accordion Music Publishing Co., 
New York; 10Mar49; EP35099. For ac- 
cordion. 

Grand etudes de concert; by Pietro Deiro. 
(Ampco library, no. 714) © Accordion 
Music Publishing Co., New York; 26Jun47; 
EP37476. For accordion. 



DEIS, CARL. 
The birthday of a King. See 

Neidlinger, W. H. 
The King of Love my Shepherd is. See 
Shelley, Harry Rowe. 
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming. See 
Praetorius, Michael. 

DE JONGH, GEORGE, 1916- 
I bless the day; words by Bruce Sivier 
[pseud.], music by George de Jongh. 
([Pub. order] no. 3649) © B. Feldman & 
Co., ltd., London; 4May49; EF13413. 

DEKKER, THOMAS. 
An old man's lullaby. See Howells, 
Herbert Norman. 

DE KOVEN, REGINALD 1861-1920. 
Oh promise me, [for] S.S.A., by Reginald 
De Koven, arr. by C. Albert Scholln. 
(Octavo no. 895) © Belwln, inc.. New 
York; 3Jan49; on arrangement; EP32574. 

Oh promise me; S.A.T B., arr. by Ken 
Darby, lyric by Clement Scott, music by 
Reginald DeKoven. (Ken Darby choral 
series, L-200) © Leeds Music Corp , 
New York; 28Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33218. 

Oh promise me, S.A.T. B., by Reginald 
De Koven, arr. by C. Albert Scholin. 
[Words by Clement Scott] (Octavo no. 
896) © Belwin, inc., New York; 7Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33478. 

Oh promise me, T.T.B.B., arr. by Ken 
Darby, lyric by Clement Scott, music by 
Reginald DeKoven. (Ken Darby choral 
series, L-201) © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 28Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33219. 

DELACHRUS, GEORGE, 1901- 
A violin and two guitars; [by] George 
Delachrus. © Song Writers' Cooperative, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 12Apr49; EP35946. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols, 

DELAKOVA, KATYA, 1914- 

* Jewish folk dance book; by Katya Delakova 
and Fred Berk, music arr. by Sylvia 
Marshall, illus. by Julian Feingold. © 
National Jewish Welfare Board, New 
York; 20Sep48; AA1 17682. Music, with 
instructions for dancing; some have words 
in Hebrew, with transliteration. 

DE LA MARE, WALTER JOHN. 
Be gentle, O hands of a child. See 

Galway, Victor. 
The flight. See Richards, Kathleen. 
Here lies a most beautiful lady. See 

Woodgate, Leslie. 
The key of the kingdom. See Howells, 

Herbert Norman. 
Winter. See Richards, Kathleen. 

DE LAMARTER, ERIC, 1880- 

God be merciful unto us. Deus misereatur. 
Three part women's voices, S.S.A. Text 
from Psalm G7, music by Eric De 
Lamarter. (Sacred choral library, 
2-W3353) © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 9May49; EP3G712. 

How lovely are Thy dwellings; for solo 
alto, chorus of mixed voices, and organ 
[by] Eric De Lamarter, (Aeolian choral 
series, no. 2077) © H, T. FitzSimons Co., 
inc., Chicago; 17Mar49 (in notice: 1948); 
on arrangement: EP35390. 
Six pieces for the organ-, bv Eric Do 
Lamarter. M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; lFeb49; EP34101. 

Three pieces; [for] cello and piano, by 
Eric De Lamarter. © M. Witmark & 
Sons, New York; 30Dec48; EP32773. 
Score and part. 

DE LAMARTER, RUBEE WILSON. 
Five piano pieces with words; by Rubee 
De Lamarter. (Art Publication Society 
[Progressive series of piano lessons] 
Progressive series compositions, catalog 
no. 187) © Art Publication Society, Clay- 
ton, Mo.; 290ct48; EP31772. 



DELANEY, GLADYS MARIE. 
You broke your vows, my darling. See 
Hall, David. 



DE LANGE, EDGAR. 
I wish I were a goldfish. 



See Alter, Louis. 



DELANO, GEORGE DWIGHT, 1885- 
Statue of Liberty; words and music by 
George D. Delano. © George Dwight 
Delano; lFeb49; EP34492. 

DELAPIERRE, GUY BERNARD, 1907- 
L'homme a femmes; reduction, piano, de la 
partition du film, musique de Guy Bernard 
[pseud.] © Royalty, editions musicales, 
Paris; 6May49; EU166670. 

Paris en 1900; [filml musique de Guy 
Bernard [pseud.] © Editions Royalty, 
Paris; 20Dec48; EF13192. For piano. 

Les pieds Nickeles, partition reduite au 
piano, de la musique du film, de Guy 
Bernard [pseud.] © Royalty, editions 
musicales, Paris; 6May49; EU166671. 

DELATTE, MANETTE. 
La-bas ... mon reve. See Travnicek, 
Andre. 

DELAVENNA, P 
Hodie nobis. Let us sing Noel; for four-part 
chorus of mixed voices with soprano and 
tenor solos [by] P. Delavenna, English 
words by Robert L. Bedell. (Choral 
music, no. 2281) © E. C. Schirmer Music 
Co., Boston; 3Mar49; on English words; 
EP34819. 

DELETTRE, JEAN, 1902- 
Sur un vieux banc; slow fox, paroles de 
Roger Fernay [pseud.J musique de Jean 
Delettre, arrt. de C. Dambrosy [pseud.J 
(Nouvelle serie Salabert succes, no. 4868) 
© Editions Salabert Paris; 7Feb49 (in 
notice: 1948); EF12694. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

DELGADO, A. B. 
Magic lips. See Hall, David. 

DELGADO, PEPE. ^ 

Anochecer; cancion, letra y musica de 
Pepe Delgado. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 31Aug48; EF13009. 

Ay I pero que jelengue; son montuno, letra 
y musica de Pepe Delgado, arreglo de 
Perez Prado. © Peer International 
Corp., Habana; 17Aug48; EF12397. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words. 

DELIBES, LEO, 1836-1891. 

(Coppelia) The story and music of Delibes' 
ballet, Coppelia, arr. for piano solo by 
Harry Dexter, Children's ed. © Keith. 
Prowse & Co., ltd., London, lApr49, 
on arrangement, EF12841, 

(Lakme) Bell song [from] Lakme [by 
Delibes] adaptation for trumpet by Rafael 
Mendez, arr. by Charles Koff. © Charles 
Koff & Rafael G. Mendez d.b.a. Rafael 
Mendez Trumpet Solos, Los Angeles; 
17Jan49; on arrangement; EP34548. Score 
(trumpet and piano) and part. 

(Le roi s'amuse) Passepied; from Le roi 
s'amuse, [by] L. Delibes. [Arr. by Norman 
Richardson] © Norman Richardson Band 
Arrangements, Teddington, Middlesex, 
Eng.; 16Dec48; on arrangement; EF12469. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 

DELIUS, FREDERICK, 1862-1934. 
(Koanga) La calinda; dance from the 
opera Koanga, [by] Frederick Delius, 
piano reduction by Harold Perry. 
2' Hawkes & Son (London) London; 
30Mar49; on arrangement; EF12680. 

DELLO, CARMEN. 
Minnesota polka. See Martin, Perry. 

DELLO JOIO, NORMAN. 
Duo concertato; by Norman Dello Joio. 
© G. Schirmer, Inc., New York; 2Mar49; 
EP37276. Score (violoncello and piano) 
and part. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DEL MONTE, LOUIS, 1912- 
My mandolin; novelty waltz, by Louis 
Del Monte. (Ed. of selected compositions 
for piano accordion, no. 9919) © O. 
Pagani & Bro., inc., New York; 21Mar49; 
EP37241. 

DEL RIEGO, TERESA, 1876- 
Be Thou my guide, [by] Teresa Del Riego. 

©Galaxy Music Corp., New York; 20Jan49; 

EP34083. For voice and piano. 
Homing; for Hammond organ, by Teresa 

Del Riego, arr. by William Stickles. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., New York; lApr49; 

on arrangement; EP35689. 

DEL RIO, MANUEL. 
La golondrina. See Serradell, Narciso. 

Jarabe tapatio. See Partichela, F. A. 

La paloma. See Yradier, Sebastian. 

DEL RIO, PEPE. 
Estoy^cansado; bolero, letra de Angelito 
Gutierrez y Castro Valencia, musica de 
Pepe Del Rio. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 8Jun48; EP36427. 

fDELTOUR, EMILE] 1899- 
Kom, mijn lieve Mathilde. La p'tit dame 
du 23. Music by Erger [pseud.] neder- 
landse tekst: Kees Manders, paroles 
francaises de Geo Le Jeune. jAmsterdam, 
Altona] © fiditions Charles Bens; lMar48; 
EF12659. 

DE LUGG, MILTON. 
Be-bop spoken here; by Matty Malneck 

and Milton DeLugg. © Blossom Music 

Corp., New York; 7Jun49; EP37901. 

For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Be-bop spoken here; by Matty Malneck 

and Milton DeLugg, arr. by Vic Schoen. 

© Blossom Music Corp., New York; 

7Jun49; on arrangement; EP37627. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 

words) and parts. 
Misty waters. See Malneck, Matt. 

Pinwheel. See Malneck, Matt. 

Soft shoe Sam. See Malneck, Matt. 

Wings over Mars. See Malneck, Matt. 

DEMANY, JACQUES, 1907- 
Je voudrais vous dire en francais; chanson 
slow -fox, musique de Jack Demany, 
paroles de Jacques Loar. © New Music 
Corp., Herman Brauer, proprietaire, 
BruxeUes, 2Apr45; EF12688. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

DE MARCO. ANNE, 1923- 
Time didn t change a thing; by Anne De 
Marco. © Warren Publications, inc., 
New York; 26May49; EP37384. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 



DEMAY, MAURICE, .pseud. 
Baptissart, Maurice. 



See 



DEMETRIUS, CLAUDE, 1917- 
Ain't nobody's business what I do; lyric by 
Ruth Poll, music by Claude Demetrius. 
© Maypole Music, inc., New York; 
18Dec47 (in notice: 1948); EP36551. 
The Arkansas mule; by Claude Demetrius. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
14Apr49; EP36504. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
The four o'clock song, lyric by Ruth Poll, 
music by Claude Demetrius. © Maypole 
Music, inc., New York; 120ct48; EP36140. 
I don't wanna love you, baby. See 

Farrow, Johnny. 
If I could do what I'd like to do; lyric by 
Ruth Poll, music by Claude Demetrius. 
© Maypole Music, inc., New York; 
120ct48; EP36548. 

Let's pretend; lyrics by Ruth Poll, music 
by Claude Demetrius. © Maypole Music, 
inc., New York; 120ct48; EP36545. 



DEMMER, BILL. 
If you don't love me. 



See Hall, David. 



See 



Range 



DEMMIN, DANIEL DAVID, 1918- 
Jesus, my Saviour [by] Dan D. Demmln. 
© Daniel David Demmin; 15Jun48, 
EP32822. Hymn, with music. 

DEMN1TZ. 
Melodious etudes and chord studies; [byl 
Demnitz, selected and ed. by George E. 
Wain for Bb clarinet. (Library edition 
no. 100) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 7Mar49; EP35033. 

DENBY, CALEB N. 
Never happen. See Hall, David. 

DENBY, JACK, pseud . See 
Watson, John George. 

DENHARDT, LELA MAY. 
You cannot take my dreams away. 
Hall. David. 
DENNEY, DAVE. 
Alabama moon. See Woodham, Fate. 
Everyone has someone but me; words and 
music by Milton Leeds [pseud.], Steve 
Nelson and Dave Denney. © Hill & Rai 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
23May49; EP37422. 

DENNIE, DDC, pseud . See 
Stenberg, Gosta. 

DE NOBLE, REGINA. See 
Noble, Regina de. 

DENONCIN, RENE. 
Toute la nuit. See Goldbaum, Friedrich. 

DE PAUL, GENE, 1919- 

Enchantment, written by Don Raye and 
Gene De Paul. [From the production] 
Enchantment. © George Simon, inc., 
New York; 9Jan49; EP32644. 

Sleepy Hollow; by Don Raye and Gene 
De Paul. © George Simon, inc., New 
York; 16Mar49; EP35046. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

DE PAUL, JOHN EDWARD, 1909- 
Sorrento progressive etudes, modern 
accordion technique [by John Edward De 
Paul] © John Edward De Paul; lessons 
7 DA-15 DA, 10ct48; AA104000-104008. 

DEPNER, MARTIN, 1902- 
Don t lose your heart while you're dining; 
words and music by Martin Depner, arr. 
by Ralph Grayson [pseud.] © Martin 
Depner & Ralph Rubinstein; 3Mar49; 
EP36982. 

DEPRES, JOSQUIN, d.1521. 
"Ave Maria. SATB, [by] Josquin des Pres, 
ed. by Paul Boepple. (Dessoff choir 
series, no. 44) © Music Press, inc., 
New York; 20Dec48; on editing & pref.; 
EP32551. Latin words, and English trans- 
lation. 

De profundis. Psalm 129, SATB, [by] 
Josquin des Pres, ed. by Paul Boepple. 
(Dessoff choir series, no. 43) © Music 
Press, inc., New York; 20Dec48; on 
additions, adaptation of words and preface; 
EP32552. Latin words, and English 
translation. 
"Parfons regretz. [Woe, grief, despair] 
Chanson, SAATBTby] Josquin des Pres, 
ed. by Paul Boepple. (Dessoff choir 
series, [mixed voices] no. 47) © Music 
Press, inc., New York; 20Dec48; on 
editing & pref.; EP32549. 
"Plus nulz regretz. [Grieve ye no more] 
Chanson, SATB [by] Josquin des Pres, 
ed. by Paul Boepple. (Dessoff choir 
series, Jmixed voices] no. 48) © Music 
Press, inc., New York; 20Dec48; on 
editing & pref.; EP32548. 
Tu solus, qui facis mirabilia. Motet, SATB 
[by] Josquin des Pres, ed. by Paul Boepple. 
(Dessoff choir series, no. 45) © Music 
Press, inc., New York; 20Dec48; on edit- 
ing & pref.; EP32550. Latin words, and 
English translation. 



DE RANCE, HERO. 
Sing a song of England; song, words by 
Winifred May, music by Hero De Ranee. 
© Campbell -Connelly, inc., London, 
16Feb49; EP34282. 
Soft and low; words by Tommie Connor, 
music by Hero De Ranee. © Noel Gay 
Music Co., inc., New York; 31Jan49; 
EP34039. 

DEREK, CATHARINE. 
Daddy in heaven. See Hall, David. 

DE ROSE, PETER. 

In the market place of old Monterey, fox- 
trot by Stanley Adams and Peter De Rose, 
arr. by Jack Mason. © Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & Co., inc., New York; 20Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP33261. Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts 

Wagon wheels; lyric by Billy Hill, music 
by Peter De Rose. Fox trot, arr. by 
Johnny Warrington. © Shapiro. Bern- 
stein & Co., inc., New York; 31May49; 
on arrangement; EP37625. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 

DERR, GLADYS. 

My proposal; words and music by Gladys 
Derr. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35877. 

DE SINCAY, ELAINE. See 
Ross, Elaine de Sincay. 

DESMOND, CHARLES, pseud . See 
Wilcock, Frank Samuel. 

DESMOND, DANIEL. 
The smoggin. See Hunt, Gale Borden. 
Campus capers. 

DES PRES, JOSQUIN. See 
Depres, Josquin. 

DE STASIO, JOE. 
Making believe you're mine. See Hall, 
David. 

DE STEFANO, RINALDA LUISA. 
Funicoli-Funicola! See Giannini, Vittorio. 

Marechiare. See Tosti, Francesco Paolo. 

DE SYLVA, B. G. See 
De Sylva, George Gard. 

DE SYLVA, GEORGE GARD. 
A kiss in the dark. See Herbert, Victor. 

DE TOLEDO, RINA. 
Espera. See Ponce, Manuel Maria. 

Insomnio. See Ponce, Manuel Maria. 

DETT, ROBERT NATHANIEL, 1882-1943. 

I'll never turn back no more; T.T.B.B. [by] 
R. Nathaniel Dett, arr. by Edward Knight, 
theme traditional, additional texts from 
Church hymns and tunes. ([Pub. order] 
no. 8457) © J. Fischer & Bro., New York; 
14Feb49; on arrangement; EP34574. 

Morning grace. See Imes, G. Lake. 

DEUTSCH, E. FRANCES. 
Love in a dream. See Hall, David. 

DEUTSCH, FRAN. See 
Deutsch, E. Frances. 

DEUTSCH, HANS PETER. See 
Deutsch, Peter. 

DEUTSCH, LOIS MAE, 1929- 
Harlemesque; by Lois Mae Deutsch. 
© Lois Mae Deutsch; 8Apr49; EU163431. 
Score: 2 pianos. 

DEUTSCH, MAURY, 1918- 
Instrumentation and voice leading for com- 
poser and arranger [by] Maury Deutsch. 
© Malru Music Publishers, New York; 
16Feb49; EP34470. 



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DEUTSCH, PETER, 1901- 
Lady for one day. Koncertouverture [by] 
Peter Deutsch. © K#benhavns musik- 
forlag, K^benhavn; lDec48; EF12843. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 
Tryllekunstnerens bryllupsmiddag; polka. 
Musik: Pete Alman [pseud.] © Jac. 
Boesens musikforlag, a/s, K/Jbenhavn; 
15Jan48; EF13266. Piano-conductor 
score (clarinet and orchestra) and parts. 

DEVEREAUX, EUGENE. 
Chaconne in D minor. See Pachelbel, 
Johann. 

DEVEVEY, PIERRE. 
Lenore; paroles de Agnes Caprj, musique 
de Pierre Devevey. © Societe anonyme 
francaise Chappell, Paris; HApr49; 
EF12998. 

DEVINE, TOM. 
Oh, Harry from Missouri became the 
President. See Peltier, Alfred James. 

DE VITO, JOSEPH. 
Noma from Oklahoma: words and music 
by Joseph De Vito. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36859. 

DEWEY, GLEN E 
Fill me, O gracious Lord; [by] Glen E. 
Dewey. (In Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets no. 2. no. 130) 
© Nazarene Publishing House, 22Dec48, 
EP37504. Hymn, with music. 

DEXTER, FRANK, 1909- 
Le muletier de Seville. El mulero de 
Sevilla. Paroles de Jean Rodor [pseud.], 
musique de Frank Dexter. © Julio 
Garzon; 31Mar49; EF13182. French 
words. 

DEXTER, HARRY. 
Children's album of famous Strauss 
waltzes. See Strauss, Johann. 

Eileen 6ge. See Collisson, W. Houston. 

Song of the mountains. See Ortelli, Toni. 
La montanara. 

The story and music of Delibes' ballet, 
Coppelia. See Delibes, Leo. Coppelia. 

Take the sun. See Rota, Nino. 

DHUME, JEANNE. 
Why I love you. See MacGregor, Parke. 

DIAMOND, CHARLES. 
Rhumba, Mr. Lizst; arr. by Charles 
Diamond [based on 2nd Hungarian rhapsody] 
© David Gornston, New York; 3Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33689. Piano- con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

DIAMOND, DAVID LEO, 1915- 
Overture to The tempest of Shakespeare; 
[by] David Diamond. © Chappell & Co., 
inc., New York; 22Apr49; EU165348. 
Score: orchestra. 

DIAMOND, HOWARD. 
Where did you learn how to dance? By 
Howard Diamond. © Howard Diamond; 
23Mar49; EP36318. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

DIAZ, HORACE. 
Yum, yum, yum. See Corsani, Sara. 

DIAZ, HORACIO.^ 
Canto a la ilusion; bolero, letra de Roberto 
"Tito" Mendoza, musica de Horacio 
Diaz. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; 12Apr49; EP36398. 

Sin poder olvidarte; letra de Roberto 
"Tito" Mendoza, musica de Horacio Diaz. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
12Apr49; EP36397. 



DlAZ RIVERO, ARTURO. 
Quien lo iba a creer; bolero, letra y 
musica de Arturo Diaz Rivero. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 21Apr49; 
EP36643. 

DI BIASE, EDOARDO. 

Reverie; by Edoardo Di Biase. ([Pub. 
order no.] B2975) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 25May49; EP37307. Score 
(solo instrument and piano) and part for 
violin. 

Reverie; by Edoardo Di Biase. ([Pub. 
order no.] B2978) © Carl Fischer, inc.', 
New York: 25May49; on arrangement for 
viola; EP37308. Score (solo instrument 
and piano) and part for viola. 

Reverie; by Edoardo Di Biase. ([Pub. 
order no.] B2979) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 25May49; on arrangement for 
violoncello; EP37309. Score (solo instru- 
ment and piano) and part for violoncello. 

DI CAPUA, E. See 
Capua, E. di. 

DI CHIARA, VINCENZO. §ee 
Chiara, Vincenzo di. 

DICHLER, JOSEF. 
Der Weg zum kiinstlerischen Klavierspiel. 
264 p. illus. (Lehrbiicher des 
Musikunterrichtes) © Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) K.G., Wien; 
16Dec48; AF9732. 
Der Weg zur Musik. See Lueger, Maria. 

DICK, DOROTHY. 
Remember tonight. See Benedict, Gardner. 

DICKERSON, N ELLIS. 
Alluring; words and music by N. Ellis 
Dickerson. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33563. 

DICKINSON, CLARENCE, 1873- 
O Israel, how great is the house of God, 
anthem for mixed voices, text arr. from 
Scriptures by Helen A. Dickinson, the 
music by Clarence Dickinson. Rev. and 
shortened ed. (Sacred choruses, no. 252) 
© The H. W. Gray Co^ inc., New York; 
14Jan49; on revision; EP33969. 

DICKINSON, EMILY. 
New England pastoral. See Dougherty, 

Celius. 
Three short prayers. See Hicks, 
Margaret B. 

DICKINSON, HELEN A. 
O Israel, how great is the house of God. 
See Dickinson, Clarence. 

DIEKMANN, CONRAD. 
Christmas song. See Christiansen, 
Frederik Melius. 

DIESING, ARTHUR. 
A Child was born in Bethlehem. See 
Lundquist, Matthew Nathanael. 

DIETER, BEFNARD. 
Allemande, gavotte and musette. See Albert, 
Eugend'. Suite, piano. 

DIETERICH, MILTON, 1900- 
Five short responses [by] Milton Dieterich. 
(Octavo edition, no. 1460) © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago; 31Jan49; EP34546. 
Close score: SATB. 

Grant us Thy spirit; anthem for mixed 
voices [by[ George Wallace [pseud.] 
(Sacred choral music, SMC 502) 
© Southern Music Co., San Antonio; 
14Mar49; EP35055. 

In a world that needs 'Thy love and care; 
anthem for mixed voices [by] George 
Wallace [pseud.] (Sacred choral music, 
SMC 503) © Southern Music Co., San 
Antonio; 14Mar49; EP35056. 



May Thy Spirit, Heavenly Father, [by] 

Milton Dieterich. (Octavo edition, no. 

1459) © Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

17Jan49; EP33776. Score: chorus (SATB) 

and piano. 
Saviour, in Thy love abiding, [for] mixed 

voices a cappella, [by] Milton Dieterich. 

[Words by] M. D. (Octavo edition, no. 1458) 

© Clayton F. SummyCo., Chicago; 14Jan49; 

EP34026. 

DIETZ, EMMA. 
In my dream. See Buck, Ronald. 

DIETZ, HOWARD. 
You and the night and the music. See 
Schwartz, Arthur. Revenge with music. 

DIEVAL, JACQUES, 1920- 
Be bop tune no. 1; le ler Bebop francals, 
par le ler planlste franpais de jazz, 
Jack Dleval. © Le Ciant du monde, 
Paris; 20Dec48; EF12535. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (chamber ensemble) and parts. 

DIGGLE, ROLAND, 1887- 

Angelus at Santa Cruz; organ solo registered 
for pipe and Hammond organ, by Roland 
Diggle. © Ethel Smith Music Corp., 
New York; 21Apr49; EP36530 

Everybody's favorite organ masterpieces. 
See Bedell, Robert Leech. 

Everybody's favorite wedding and sacred 
music for the organ; with Hammond reg- 
istration and lyrics for singing, arr. and 
ed. by Roland Diggle. (Everybody's 
favorite series, no. 69) © Amsco Music 
Publishing Co., New York; 30Dec48; 
EP35593. 

A festal tryptic, on three hymn tunes organ 
solo, by Roland Diggle. © Abbey Music 
Co., inc., Hollywood, Calif., 21Dec48 
EP32634. 

A morning benediction; [by] Roland Diggle. 
© Edward Schuberth & Co., inc., New 
York; 20Apr49; EP36025. For organ; 
includes registration for Hammond organ. 

Peter Pan suite, piano solo, [by] Roland 
Diggle. © Abbey Music Co., inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 21Dec48; EP32633. 

A summer idyl, organ solo by Roland 
Diggle. © Abbey Music Co., inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 21Dec48; EP32629. 

DIGGS, HARRY P. 
Dear old Virginia. See Standhardt, Otto E. 
The sport of kings. 

DKTONnJS, ELMER. 
Tva Sanger. See Paulson, Gustaf. 

DILBECK, TOMMY. 
Hearts are a dime a dozen, words and 
music by Tommy Dilbeck. © Main 
Street Songs, inc., New York, 30Dec48- 
EP33297. 

I got a new thrill from an old flame; words 
and music by Tommy Dilbeck. © Metro 
Music, inc., Dallas, Texas; 29Dec48; 
EP33843. 

Never turn your back to a woman; words 

and music by Tommy Dilbeck. © Main 

Street Songs, inc., New York; 24May49; 

EP37137. ' ' 

DILL, THELMA. 

Dreams. See Hall, David. 
DILL, WILLIAM. 
Champions of democracy; march by Wm. 
Dill, arr. for military band by George 
F. Briegel. © Handy Bros. Music Co. 
inc., New York; 23May49; EP36930. Con- 
densed score (band) and parts. 

DILLON, ARTHUR E 
The golden wedding waltz, by Arthur E. 
Dillon. © Arthur E. Dillon; 31Dec48; 
EP33803. Score: voice, violin and piano. 
DILLON, WILLIAM A 
The barber shopping choppers; words and 
mu sic by William A. Dillon. © William 
A. Dillon; 20May49; EP37051. Close 
score: TTBB. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DI MAGGIO, VINCE. 
The mandolin polka; words and music by 
Vince Di Maggio. ^ : Mills Music, inc., 
New York; ljun49; EP37359. 

DI MINNO, DANIEL GAETANO. 
I'm gonna romance the missus again. See 

Stutz, Irving Bernard. 
Melissa. See Stutz, Irving Bernard. 

DINKLAGE, ANNA. 
When I think of you. See Tobin, Louis. 

DINN, FREDA, 1910- 
Four folk songs; arr. by Freda Dinn. 
(Series for recorders & strings no. 7) 

Schott & Co., ltd.. London; 24]an49; on 
arrangement; EF12565. Score (2 descant 
recorders, string orchestra or quartet 
and piano reduction) and parts. 
Play and sing with us, twelve well-known 
tunes arr. by Freda Dinn and Walter Berg- 
mann, for two descant recorders with 
voice & piano ad libitum. (Edition [no.] 
10145-10146) © Schott & Co. ltd., London, 
bk 1-2; 16Dec48; EF11869-11870, 

DIRE. 
Caruso, viejo lobo de mar. See Wimpi. 
Nunca mas se supo. See Wimpi. 

DIRST, HELEN T 
Tell me a Christmas story; words and music 
by Helen T. Dirst. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Dec48; EP32920. 

DISCEPOLO, E. S. 
Cafetin de Buenos Aires. See Mores, 
Mariano. 

D>TE, LOUIS. 
Djlcissimum convivium. See Mozart, 

Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

Litaniae de venerabili altaris Sacramento, 

K, 243. 
Festliche Praludien. Festival preludes. 

Bearb. und hrsg. von Louis Dite. Ed. 

by [Louis Dite] © Josef Weinberger, ltd., 

Vienna; 29Jan49; EF12342. For organ. 
Panis vivus. See Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 

Wolfgang Amadeus. Litaniae de venerabili 

altaris Sacramento, K. 125. 
Recitativo Ergo interest ed aria Quaere 

superna. See Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 

Wolfgang Amadeus. Quaere superna, K. 73a 

(143). 
Requiem. See Stadler, Maximilian. 

DITMER, G11ACE IRENE. 
He dwells within. Se£ Steiner, Benjamin 
Harrison. 

DITMER, MRS, WARD. See 
Ditmer, Grace Irene. 

DITTENHAVER, SARAH L 
My pony and I; by Sarah L. Dittenhaver. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

5Apr49; EP35629. For piano, 4 hands, 

with words. 
Playing ball; by Sarah L. Dittenhaver. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

31Mar49; EP35530. For piano, 4 hands; 

with words. 
Sailing to the rainbow; piano duet by Sarah 

Dittenhaver. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 

Chicago; 5Apr49, EP35637. With words. 

DITTO, BILL. 
Only memories of you. See Hall, David. 

DIVO, L. N,, pseud . See 
Donvil, Leon. 

DDCON, RAY. 
I remember, you forget. See Hall, David. 

DOBBINS, THOMAS. 
Forgive, forget, and love. See Buck, 
Ronald. 



[DOBELSTEIN, WALDO] 
It was just a dream; words and music by 
Dan Lynden [pseud.] © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35879. 

DOCUMENTA POLYPHONIAE LITURGICAE 
"SANCTAE ECCLESIAE ROMANAE. Roma, 
Societas Universalis S. Ceciliae, 1947, 
cl948- Contents separately registered. 

DODD, CLARENCE O. 
The Lamb of the cross. See Van Sickle, 
Robert. 

DODD, JIMMIE. 
Nashville blues; words and music by Jimmie 
Dodd. © Famous Music Corp., New York; 
15Feb49 (in notice- ' ^46); EP35499. 

DODD, LILLIE -MAYES. 
The fair. See Gurlitt, Cornelius. 

Junior note speller, by L. M. Dodd. © Art 

Publication Society, Clayton, Mo.; 4Jan49; 

EP33848. 
Prelude. Op. 28, no. 21. B flat major. 

See Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek. 

Prelude, piano, no. 21. 
Sonatina in D. See Clementi, Muzio. 

Sonatina, piano. 

DODDRIDGE, JOHN W. 
The rover. See Lake, Harold C. 

DODDY, pseud . §ee 
Combes, Adolphe. 

DOELLE, FRANZ. 
When the lilac blooms again; poem by 
Fritz Rotter, adaptation by Carlene Mair, 
music by Franz Doelle. © Chappell & Co., 
ltd., London; 12Nov48; on adaptation of 
lyrics; EF11727. 

DOERING, HECTOR ADOLPHE FRANCOIS. 
C'etait pour rire. See Teze, Maurice. 

Les cloches de Corneville. See 
Planquette, r.obert. 

Dernier voyage; prix de la chanson realiste 
1948, paroles de Raymond Capy, musique 
de H. Rawson [pseud.] © Editions Smyth, 
Paris; 2Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EF12550. 

Le petit due. See Lecocq, Charles. 

DOHT, MARY FRANCES. 
Achievements; or, Development and growth 
of the U.S.A., patriotic pageant for grades 
and intermediate high schools, book and 
lyrics by Charlotte Scoones, music by 
Mary Frances Doht. Vocal score and 
libretto. © The Raymond A. Hoffman Co., 
Chicago; 13Apr28; DP19093. 

DOLCI, RENZO. 
L'annunciatore innamorato. See Sala. 
Aldo. 

DOLE, NATHAN HASKELL. 
Regina Coeli. See Mascagni, Pietro. 
Cavalleria rustic ana. 

DOLEN, FRANCES. 
The fishing song; Mama won't let me go 
fishin' with you; [by] Anna Pearl Vincent, 
Tade Dolen [and] Frances Dolen. 
© Algonquin Music, inc., New York; 
13May49; EP37456. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

DOLEN, TADE. 
The fishing song. See Dolen, Frances. 

DOLLAR, EDWARD FRANCIS, 1924- 
In the land of memories, by Edward F. 
Dollar. [Arr. by Preston Springer Sandi- 
ford] © Edward Francis Dollar; 29Mar49; 
on arrangement, EP35658. For voice and 
piano. 

DOLOUKHANIAN, A. 
Waltz. See Khachaturian, Aram Il'ich. 
Masquerade. 



DOLPH, JACK. 
Jesus had a mother like mine. See 

Cunkle, Frank. 
A place in the sun, by Fred Waring and 

Jack Dolph. The 4-H Clubs of America. 

© Shawnee Press inc., New York; 

31Dec48; EP34183. For voice and piano. 

DOMINGUEZ, ABEL. 
Conyencida; bolero, letra de Carlos Aguila, 
musica de Abel Dominguez. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 19Jul48; EF13023. Parts: orches- 
tra; with words. 

DOMINGUEZ B_ , ALBERTO. 

De mal corazon; bolero, letra, musica y 
orquestacion de Alberto Dominguez 
B. © Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13222. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

Malos pensamientos; bolero, letra, musica 
y orquestacion de Alberto Dominguez. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 25Aug48; EF13012. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

La Tongolele; guaracha, letra, musica y 
arreglo de Alberto Dominguez B. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13213. 
Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts, with words. 

DOMfNGUEZ, ERNESTO. 
Bailando; bolero rltmico, letra de Bernardo 
Sancristobal^musica y orquestacion de 
Ernesto Dominguez. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13036. 

DOMINICI, HELO, 1906- 

Dear old Santa; music by Helo Dominici, 
words by Ray Meany. © Ray Meany, 
Golden Gate Publications, Oakland, Calif.; 
5Mar49; EP34854. For voice and 2 guitars. 

I don't get itl do you? Words and music by 
Helo Dominici. © Ray Meany, Golden 
Gate Publications, Oakland, Calif.; 
22Mar49, EP35225. For voice and 2 
guitars, also ukelele diagrams and chord 
symbols. 

The poi vendor, words and music by Helo 
Dominici, piano arrangement by Dick 
Kent. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; 10Nov48, EP34728. 

The rhumba samba; arrangement by Bernie 
Kaai, words and music by Helo Dominici. 
© Ray Meany, d.b.a. Aloha Songs, Oak- 
land, Calif.; HMay49; EP36927. 

Sweet mokihana. See Brobst, Harold. 

DONAHUE, AL. 
The Dixieland polka. See Caligan, Woody. 

DONATH, JENO. 
Yankee glory; choral medley [by] Jeno 
Donath. ([Pub. order] no. 312-40028) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr. 
Pa.; 15Jun49; on arrangement; EP377J.2. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano. 

Yankee glory; [for] three-part [voices] 
S.S.A., by Jeno Donath. (School choruses, 
no. 312-40019) © Theodore Presser Co., 
Philadelphia; 2May49; EP36592. 

DONATH, PAUL L. 
A night in May. See Redelka, S. 

DONATO, ANTHONY, 1909- 
Lament for a broken toy; piano solo, 

by Anthony Donato. © The Boston Music 

Co., Boston; 4May49; EP36734. 
The parachute jumper; [by]A. Donato. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago 

18Apr49, EP36162. For piano. 

Playing jacks; piano solo by Anthony Donato. 
© The Boston Music Co., Boston, 19Apr49, 
EP36285. 



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DONATO, EDGARDO. 
(A media luz) A la tombee du jour; tango 
Argentin, paroles d'A. Louvain, musique, 
E. Donate Quebec, Parnasse Musical. 
© fiditions A. Fassio; 21Mar49; on French 
lyrics; EF12728. 

DONEZ, IAN. 
It was only a tavern romance, by George 
"Jed" Long and Ian Donez. © Dawson 
Music Co., inc., New York; 25Jan49; 
EP34156. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

DONIA, ANTHONY J. 
When the stars come out. See Green, 
John V. 

DONIDA-LABATI, CARLO. 
Cruz do Sul. See Payrastre, Andre. 

Monsieur Echo; canzone slow, musica e 
testo francese di Charles Bacal [pseud.] 
testo itahano di P. Sacchi. © Radio Re- 
cord Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; EF12866. 
Piano -conduct or score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Non mandarmi a nanna. See Perotti, Pino. 

Risveglio. See Vallini, Mario. 

Le sohte bugie; medium bounce, versi dei 
Pinchi [pseud.] musica e arrangiamento di 
C. Donida-Labati. © Radio Record 
Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; EF12865. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

DONNELLY, DOROTHY. 
Students' march song. See Romberg, 
Sigmund. The student prince. 

DONNELLY, JAMES EDWARD. 
The century song. See Holzmer, Robert 
John. 

DONOVAN, ALBERT M 
Ramblings of 1948, songs from The Fordham 
University Theatre [production], music by 
Marty Donovan, lyrics by Gerry Kenyon. 
© Broadcast Music, inc., New York; 
10Dec48; EP33208. 

DONOVAN, MARTY. See 
Donovan, Albert M. 

DONOVAN, MARY C. 
An offering. See Baldwin, Ralph L. 

DONOVAN, RICHARD, 1891- 
*Two choral preludes on American folk 
hymns; [by] Richard Donovan, for organ. 
© Music Press, inc., New York; 15Jul48, 
EP32556. With words. 

DONOVAN, WALTER. 
One dozen roses. See Jurgens, Dick. 

[DONVIL, LEON] 1909 
Pourquoi? [Waarom?] Marche, paroles & 
musique de L. N. Divo [pseud., arr. by P. 
Milli] © Editions Donvil (Leon-Jean 
Donvil), Brussels; 7Jul48; EF12768. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

DOODY, AGNES MARY. 
You were playing a game with me. See 
Hall, David. 

DOOLEY, DICK. 
I can't forget. See Hall, David. 

DOOLEY, MARY MARCUS. See 
Mary Marcus. Sister . 

DORAY, VICTOR, pseud . See 
Boelter, Austin E. 

DOROLLE, ANNIE, arr. 
'Ancient dances; duet book, arr. by Annie 
Dorolle. © Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New 
York; bk.2, 31Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33735. For piano 4 hands. 

DORR, EDDIE. 
The night before Christmas. See Potter 
Harold. ' 



Sweet Genevieve, my Genevieve. See 
Tucker, Henry. Fort Apache. 

You, you live in my heart. Du, Du liegst 
mir im Herzen. [English] words and 
music farr.] by Harold Potter and Rodd 
Eddie [pseud.] © Stasny Music Corp., 
New York; 31Dec48 (in notice: 1938), 
on English lyrics & arrangement of 
music; EP32828. Contains versions for 
voice and piano, with chord symbols, 
piano solo, with chord symbols and 
close score: SATB. 

DORRUM, I. 
Long ago, on Christmas night. See 
Hegge, Alvina B. 

DORSEY, PIERRE, pseud . See 
Dreyfus, Pierre. 

DOSADO, VINCENT. 
Fear, words and music by Vincent Dosado. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 22Dec48; EP32707. 

DOSTER, IRMA, 1900- 
The voice of the prairie; [or, The call of 
Kansas]; music by IrmaDoster, poem 
by Esther Clark Hill. © The Raymond A. 
Hoffman Co., Chicago; 7Jan49 (in notice: 
1948); EP33690. 

DOTEVSKY, ANDRE, pseud . See 
Row, Richard D. 

DOUCET, HENRI. 
Aunque no lo crean. See Canaro, Rafael. 

El que a hierro mata. See Canaro, Rafael. 

DOUDAROFF, N. 
Rain. See Mikeshina, Ariadna. 

DOUGHERTY, CELIUS, 1902 

Loveliest of trees, song, words by A. E. 
Housman, music by Celius Dougherty.' 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York-' 
30Dec48; EP33736. 

Madonna of the evening flowers; song, 
words by Amy Lowell, music by Celius 
Dougherty. © Boosey & Hawkes, inc., 
New York; 26May49; EP37599. 

New England pastoral, song, words by 
Emily Dickinson music by Celius 
Dougherty. Medium voice © Boosey 
& Hawkes, inc.. New York; 26Mav49 
EP37600. «w«, 

Primavera, for voice and piano, by Celius 
Dougherty, [words by Amy Lowell] 

EP3383 C hirmer ' in °" NeW Y ° rk; 20Dec48 : 

DOUGHERTY, DAN. 
Let's get behind the President; words and 
music by George Jessel, Sam Carlton 
[and] Dan Dougherty. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 21Feb49; EP35062. 

DOUGLAS, AL. 
The old woman who lived in a shoe. 
See Duboff, Al. 

You'll always be my melody in white See 
Duboff, Al. 

DOUGLAS, DELLA. 
Never trust your heart too far. See 
George, Don. 

DOUGLAS, EDWARD CHASE. 
O come, let us sing unto the Lord; anthem 
for treble voices with alto solo, accompa- 
nied, S.A. [By] Edward C. Douglas: 
Psalm 95:1-7 adapted. (Choral octavos 
no. 2550) © Hall & McCreary Co Chi- 
cago; 24jan49; EP34096. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN. 

Sweet harmony. See Liptnn, Sidney. 
DOUGLAS, LEW. 

The trouble polka. See Laney, King. 

DOUGLAS, ROY, 1907- 
*Elegy for string orchestra [by] Roy 
Douglas. Score. © Alfred Lengnick & 
Co., ltd., London; 7Jan49; EF12346. 



Swedish rhapsody. See Wildman, Charles. 

DOUGLAS, WINFRED. 

sorrow deepl See Lovelace, Austin C. 

DOUTY, NICHOLAS. 
Thanks be to Thee. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. 

DOVING, CARL. 
In God, my Savior. See Bjornson, 

Martin. 
The Word victorious. See Sateren, 
Leland Bernhard. 

DOWNES, RALPH. 
Paraphrase on O filii et filiae; by Ralph 
Downes. (Saint Cecilia series of composi- 
tions for the organ, no. 743) © The H. W. 
Gray Co., inc., New York, 20jan49; 
EP34086. 

DOWNEY, C EARL, 1883- 

Federation day; march, [by] C. Earl Downey. 
© C. Earl Downey; 28Nov21; EP35470. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 
Federation Day; march, [by] C. Earl Downey. 
© C. Earl Downey; 28Nov21; EP35471. 
Parts: band. 

DOWNEY, MARY. 
Our Father. See Whittet, Harold Eugene. 

DOWNEY, MORTON. 
In the valley of the roses. See Rule, 
Jimmy. 

DOYLE, HARRY C 

Singing a cowboy song; words and music by 
Harry C Doyle © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 7Dec48; EP32921. 

DOYLE, ROSS. 

Rosa; lyric by Paul Francis, music by 
Ross Doyle. © Mellin Music, inc., New 
York, 6Apr49 (in notice: 1948); EP35602. 

DRACHMANN, HOLGER. 
Medeltida. See Rangstrom, Ture. 

DRAKE, ERVIN. 
Bye bye alibi baby. See Mendelsohn, Jack. 
Just reminiscing, still in love with you. 

See Harbin, Loraine C. 
More than anything in the world. See 

Krissel, Walter D. 
Wind in my sails. See Grever, Maria. 

DRAKE, ERVIN M. 

1 kissed her in my dreams. See 
Mendelsohn, Jack. 

Thank you. See Mendelsohn, Jack. 

DRAKE, MILTON. 
Kiss me sweet; words and music by Milton 
Drake. © Advanced Music Corp. New 
York; 8Apr49; EP35901. 
The man with the weird beard. See 
Livingston, Jerry. 

DREW, EVALENA MAY. 
Mah Lindy Jane; old words, author unknown 

music by Evalena May Drew. © Evalena ' 

May Drew, 24jun49, EP37985. 
The secret; The wind came whispering 

words by Genasee Richardson, music 

by Evalena May Drew. © Evalena Mav 

Drew; 24Jun49; EP37983. 
Tell not thy heart; words [by] Clarence 

Urmy, music by Evalena May Drew. 

© Evalena May Drew; 30Dec48; EP33711. 

[DREYFUS, PIERRE] 1909- 
C est tout; paroles de Michel Emer [pseud.l 
& Pierre Dorsey [pseud.], musique de 
Pierre Dorsey & Michel Emer. © Edi- 
tions Auber, Paris; 15Nov48; EF11684. 

DRIESTEIN, MARC VAN. gee 
Van Driestein, Marc. 

DRIGGS, COLLINS. 

Tie a little love on your Christmas tree 
this year. See Finke, Johnny. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DRIGO, RICCARDO, 1846-1930. 
I milioni d'Arlecchino; valzer lento, 
[words by Kaschmann-Lago], arrangia- 
mento speciale di A. Giacomazzi. © Zani- 
bon, Comm., Guglielmo, Padova; ljun48; 
on words; EF12922. Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

Valse bluette; [byjR. Drigo, simplified 
arrangement ed. by Jascha Heifetz. 
(In New York Journal -American Oct. 31, 
1948, p. L-30. Music America loves 
best, no. 5) © Radio Corp. of America, 
Camden, N. J.; 310ct48; B5-9822. For 
piano solo, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 

DRINKER, HENRY S. 
Evensong to God. See Haydn, Joseph. 

DRUET, RAMON. 
Contestacion a pecadora. See Marrero, 
Celina. 

DRUM, LOUISE TAYLOR CUMMINS. 
In a hollow willow tree. See White, Ison 
Tasher. 

DRUM, LUTE, gee 
Drum, Louise Taylor Cummins. 

DRUMMOND, FREDERICK. 
The gay highway; part-song for mixed 
voices, S.A.T.B., words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Frederick Drummond, 
arr. by Purcell J. Mansfield. Op. 137, 
no. 2. (Series of part-songs, no. 238) 
© Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London; 16May49; on arrangement; 
EF13400. 

DRYHURST, EDWARD, 1904- 
On a rainy day in Paris; words by Barry 
Gray, music by Edward Dryhurst. © The 
Irwin Dash Music Co., ltd., London; 
21Feb49, EF12610. 

DUBIN, AL. 
Tip-toe thru' the tulips with me. See 

Burke, Joseph A. 
You may not be an angel, but I'll string 
along with you. See Warren, Harry. 
My dream is yours. 

DUBOFF, AL. 

The old woman who lived in a shoe; words 
and music by Al Douglas and Al Duboff. 
© Edwards Music Co., New York; 18Feb49; 
EP34394. 

You'll always be my melody in white; 
words and music by Al Douglas and 
Al Duboff. © Handy Brothers Music 
Co., inc., New York; 9May49; EP36517. 

DUBOIS, GERALDINE. 
Pal-ing around with you. See Keyes, 
Gladys. 

DUBOIS, THECDORE, 1837-1924. 
Adoramus te Christe, S.T.B. [by] Th. Dubois, 
arr. by Philip G. Kreckel. (Choruses in 
octavo form, 8445) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; 8Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34424. 

DUBUS, HERMIN. 
Le chant des jeunes citoyens. See 
liuault, Jean. 

DUDAN, PIERRE. 
Comme ci, comme 9a. See Coauatrix. 
Bruno. 

DUERKSEN, SYLVIA. 
Black keys to note reading. See Burgess, 
Maurine D. 

DUFAY, GUILLAUME, d. 1474. 
*Ave regina coelorum: two motets, a 

cappella: 1. ATT (AAA) 2. SATB. [By] 
Guillaume Dufay, ed. by Manfred F. 
Bukofzer. ([Pub. order no. ]116) ©Music 
Press, inc., New York; 3May49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36520. 



fi\ 



"Fragmentum missae [by] G. Dufay. Roma, 
1947.. (Documenta polyphoniae liturgicae 
S. Ecclesiae Romanae. serie 1, no. 1) 
© Societas Universalis Sanctae Ceciliae, 
Roma, 15jan48; on transcription into 
modern notation; EF10653. 

DUFFY, JOHN. 

Here come those blues again. See 
Cirillo, Louise. 

DUFFY, JOHN J 1898- 

Blue eyes; a waltz ballad for voice and 
piano, words and music by John J. Duffy. 
© John J. Duffy; 4Mar49; EP35385. 

DUFOURCQ, NORBERT. 
Cent versets de Magnificat des XVieme 
XVneme e t XVEI^ 116 siecles pour 
orgue. See Pierront, Noelie. 
Le clavecin. [1. ed.l " 126 p. ("Que 
sais-je?" Le point des connaissances 
actuelles, 331) © Presses universltaires 
de France, Paris; 24Jan49; AF10001. 

L' orgue. ~[l. e'd.] 126 p. ("Que sais-je?" 
Le point des connaissances actuelles, 276) 
© Presses universitaires de France, 
Paris; ljul48; AF 10000. 

DUKAS, PAUL ABRAHAM, 1865-1935. 
lL apprenti sorcier) The sorcerer's 
apprentice; scherzo after a ballad by 
Goethe, by Paul Dukas, arr. by Lucien 
Gailliet. (Modern band arrangements, 
J458) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
28Dec48; on arrangement; EP32794. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 

DUKE, JOHN WOODS, 1899- 

Calvary. See his Poems by Edwin Arlington 
Robinson. 

tapri; song, words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by John Duke. © Boosey & Hawkes,/Ja 
inc., New York; 9Feb49; EP34780. 

"Central Park at dusk; song, words by 
Sara Teasdale, music by John Duke. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
8Feb49; EP34779. 

I ride the great black horses; for voice 
and piano, by John Duke.^©JL_Sehirmer 
inc., New York; 2Mar49; EP3727 

Luke Havergal. See his Poems by Edwin 
Arlington Robinson. 

Miniver Cheevy. See his Poems by Edwin 
Arlington Robinson. 

"On a March day; song, words by Sara 
Teasdale, music by John Duke. © Boosey 
& Hawkes, inc., New York; 8Feb49: 
EP34788. 

"(Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson) 
Calvary- words by E. A. Robinson, music 
by John Duke. (Modern art songs, V1962) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 23Dec48; 
EP33289. 
"(Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson) 
Luke Havergal- words by E. A. Robin- 
son, music by John Duke. (Modern 
art songs, V1963) © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 23Dec48; EP33288. 
"(Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson) 
Miniver Cheevy; a satire in the form of 
variations. Words by E. A. Robinson, 
music by John Duke. (Modern art songs, 
V1965) © Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York; 23Dec48; EP33290. 
"(Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson) 
Richard Cory; words by E. A. Robinson, 
music by John Duke. (Modern art songs, 
V1964) © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
13Dec48; EP32783. 

Richard Cory. §ee his. Poems by Edwin 
Arlington Robinson. 

"Spray; song, words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by John Duke. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
New York; 8Feb49; EP34781. 

"Voices; song, words by Witter Bynner, 
music by John Duke. © Boosey & Hawkes, 
inc., New York; 8Feb49; EP34782. 

DULEU l EDOUARD, 1909- 
"Dernieres fleurs: grande valse pour 
accordeon [by] Edouard Duleu. © Henry 
Lemoine & cie, Paris; 30Mar48; EF11680. 



DUMLER, MARTIN G 
Cradle song; for string quartet, by Martin 
G. Dumler. © The Composers Press, 
inc., New York; 15Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP36470. Score and parts. 

DUMONT, J. 
Tu sais si bien les dire. See Aube, 
Lucien-Marie. 

DUNCAN, GRACE. 
Castle of dreams. See Melker, Majorie 
Marie. 

DUNCAN, HAROLD. 

Happy-go-lucky guy; words and music by 
Harold Duncan. © Bob Miller, inc., New 
York; 24May49; EP37102. 

Happy-go-lucky guy; words and music by 
Harold Duncan, arrangement by Johnny 
Warrington. © Bob Miller, inc., New 
York; 24May49; EP37096. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
Darts. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT SYD. 
Skaters in the starlight; for the piano [by ] 
Robert Syd Duncan. ([Pub. order no ] 
130-41004) © Oliver Ditson Co., Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 10jun49; EP37653. 

DUNGAN, OLIVE. See 
Pullen, Olive Dungan. 

DUNHILL, THOMAS FREDERICK, 1877-1946. 
In the cowslip meadow ;[ 6 short pieces with 
helpful notes], music by Thomas F. Dun- 
hill and text by J. Raymond Tobin. 
© Joseph Williams, ltd. London; 29Mar49, 
EF12660. For piano solo. 

DUNKERLEY, A. STANLEY. 
When I looked in your wonderful eyes. 
See Osborne, Nat. 

DUNKERLEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR. See 
Oxenham, John. 

DUNLOP, EVELYN. 
Rest in the arms of God. See Lillenas, 
Haldor. 

DUNLOP, MERRILL. 
Jesus will come. See Fischer, Paul B. 
Sighing shall flee away. 

DUNN, GALE. 
Hail to the King I A Christmas choir cantata 
for mixed voices, music composed by 
Gale Dunn, lyrics by Mrs. Gale Dunn. 
© Gale Dunn; lDec48; EP33907. 

DUNN, MRS, GALE. 
Hail to the Kingt See Dunn, Gale. 

DUNN, GEOFFREY THOMAS. 
Bastien and Bastienne. See Mozart, 
Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 

DUNN, M. AUSTIN. 
See Twelve compositions by American 
composers. 

DUNNAM, SPURGEON MURRAY, 1920- 
Chrtst above all; words and music by 
S. M. Dunnam. © S. M Dunnam, Jr.; 
10Dec48; EP32508. Close score: SATB 

DUPARC, HENRI, 1848-1933. 
1(Songs) Duparc album; eight songs [by 
Henri Duparc] Ed. by Bernard Taylor. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
30Dec48; on English versions & editing; 
EP33738. 

DU PASQUIER, MARC. 
O night serene and hallowed. See Bovet, 
Eric D. 

DUPRE, JIMMY. 
She bosses him round; words and music 
by Guy Wood and Jimmy Dupre. © Bob 
Miller, inc., New York; 30Dec48; EP35519. 

DUPRE, MARCEL. 
Oeuvres de Robert Schumann. See 
Schumann, Robert Alexander. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



DURAND, PAUL, 1907- 
Bolero; paroles de Henri Contet, musique 

de Paul Durand. © Editions Continental, 

Paris; 310ct48; EF12161. 
Mademoiselle de Paris; paroles de Henri 

Contet, musique de Paul Durand. 

© Editions Continental, Paris; 310ct48; 

EF12160. 
L'octave; paroles de Serge Roux, musique 

de Paul Durand. © Paul Durand; 310ct48; 

EF12101. 

DURAND, PAUL JULES, 1907- 
Your love is like a rosary. Printemps. 
Original lyric by Henri Contet, English 
lyric by Sonny Miller, music by Paul 
Durand. © B. Feldman & Co., ltd., Lon- 
don; 13May49; on English lyrics; 
EF13361. English words. 

DURANDY, FELIX, 1895- 
Pour une nuit, paroles de Max Francois 
Fpseud.1, musique de Felix Durandy. 
© Publications Francis Day, s. a., 
Paris; 30jun48; EF11634. 
Sans qu'on y pense; paroles de Max 
Franjois [pseud.], musique de Felix 
Durandy. © Editions Auber, Paris; 
15Nov48; EF11686. 

DURBIN, ALBERT, 1917- 
Moontime; lyrics & music by Al Durbln. 
© Albert Durbin; 12Mar49; EP35041. 

DURLACHER, EDWARD, comp. 
Honor your partner; 81 American square, 
circle and contra dances with complete 
instructions for doing them. Musical ar- 
rangements by Ken Macdonald; photog- 
raphy by Ira Zasloff. 286 p. illus. 
© The Devin-Adair Co., New York; 
25Jan49; A3 1284. 

DURLAK, JOSEPH P 1919- 

Whose girl are you? Czyja to dziewczyna? 
Waltz, Polish words and music by Joseph 
P. Durlak, English lyrics by Albert 
Gamse, arr. by F. Przybylski. © W. H. 
Sajewski Music & Publishing Co., inc., 
Chicago; 4Apr49; on English lyrics; 
EP35420. English words. 

DURRANT, F T 

Requiescat: a madrigal [by] F. T. Durrant 
[words by] Matthew Arnold. (Choral 
songs, no. 875) © The Oxford University 
Press, London; 30Dec48; EF12846. Score: 
SSATTB and piano reduction. 

DURSO, JOSEPH L 
A message from the moon; words and music 
by Joseph L. Durso. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP36845. 

DURUFLfi, MAURICE, 1902- 
Requiem; choeurs, [by] Maurice Durufle. 
© Durand & cie, Paris; 15Sep48; 
EF11659. Score (SATB) 

DUTHIE, WILLIAM. 
Men of Harlech. See Wright, Donald John 
Alexander. 

DUTHOIT, W. J. 
The grenadiers. See Waldteufel, Emil. 

A selection of Rodgers & Hart songs. 
See Rodgers, Richard. 

DUTTON, JUNE ROSE. 
I burned my little black book, words by 
Bill Stewart, music by June Rose Dutton. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood. 
Calif.; lDec48; EP33086. 

DUVELL, LUCKY, pseud . See 
Mollenhopp, Malissa. 

DVORAK, ANTONlN, 1841-1904. 
(Stabat Mater) Blessed Jesu, fount of 
mercy; from Stabat Mater [by] Antonin 
Dvorak, for four-part chorus of mixed 
voices with piano or organ ace, S.A.T.B., 
words adapted by Benjamin Webb, ed. 
by Edward S. Breck. (Choruses from 
cantatas, oratorios and masses, C.M.6392) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 8Mar49; 
on editing; EP35311. 



(Symphony, no. 5) Theme from New 
World symphony; music by Dvorak, 
plectrum guitar, arr. by [Betty B. Glynn 
of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu rhythm style 
note course for plectrum guitar, [lesson] 
5PG) © Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland; 
12Nov48; on arrangement; EP37549. 
Includes Timely tips from your faculty, 
and The guitar brings music to America. 

DVORINE, SHURA. 
Pensive nocturne; piano solo, by Shura 
Dvorine. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
29Apr49; EP36579. 

DYE, MICKEY J. 
There's a blue river. See Dye, Paul E. 

DYE, PAUL E 
There's a blue river; words and music by 
Mickey J. & Paul E. Dye. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
HOct48; EP33138. 

DYER, DELBERT. 
The birds and the bees; words and music 
by Deb Dyer. © Deb Dyer De Kalb 
Folks, inc., DeKalb, Mo.; 30May49; 
EP37367. 
Lorita, by Deb Dyer. © Jay-Dee Music 
Corp., New York; 7Feb49; EP34154. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

DYER, MARY F. 
Why do I love you, honey? See Hall, David. 

DYKEMA, PETER W 
Abou Ben Adhem; for chorus of mixed 
voices with piano ace. and optional obbli- 
gati for wood-wind quartet [by ] Peter W. 
Dykema. [Words by 1 Leigh Hunt. (Octavo 
series, 693) © The B. F. Wood Music Co., 
Boston; 23Mar49; EP35106. 

Abou Ben Adhem; for chorus of soprano 1 & 
2 and alto, with piano ace. and optional 
obb,ligati for wood- wind quartet [by] Peter 
W. Dykema. [Words by] Leigh Hunt. 
(Octavo series, 694) © The B. F. Wood 
Music Co., Boston; 23Mar49; EP35107. 
"Let music ring! Editors: Peter W. 
Dykema Gladys Pitcher, J. Lilian Van 
devere [and others] (A singing school) 
© C. C. Birchard 6 Co., Boston; 
28Jan49; AA105341. Principally mixed 
and unison choruses. 

Stopping by woods on a snowy evening; 
chorus or quartet for mixed voices, with 
piano and optional clarinet. Text by 
Robert Frost, music by Peter W. Kykema. 
(Laurel octavo, no. 1519) © C. C. Bir- 
chard & Co., Boston; 21Mar49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35455. 

Stopping by woods on a snowy evening; for 
S.S,A., with piano and optional clarinet, 
poem by Robert Frost, music by Peter 
W. Dykema. (Laurel octavo, no. 1520) 
© C. C. Birchard & Co., Boston; 18Mar49: 
on arrangement; EP35381. 

Stopping by woods on a snowy evening; 
music by Peter W. Dykema, optional 
obbligato for clarinet in Bb. © C. C. 
Birchard &Co., Boston; 18Apr49; on 
obbligato; EP36303. 

DYKES, JOHN BACCHUS, 1823-1876. 
Holy, holy, holy] Lord God Almighty, [by] 
John Bacchus Dykes, [words by] Reginald 
Heber, [arr. by] Elton Menno Roth. 
(Ecclesia choir series, no.l) © Elton 
Menno Roth; 29Dec48; on choir arrange- 
ment; EP32647. Score: chorus (SSATB) 
and piano reduction. 
O for a heart to praise, S. A.B. by John 
B. Dykes, arr. by Kenneth E. Runkel, 
I words by Charles Wesley] (Octavo no. 
970) © Belwin inc.. New York; 19Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33770. 

DYSART, ETHEL DOROTHY, 1908- 
Waiting always for you; lyric by George 
W. Leftridge, music by Ethel D. Dysart. 
© George William Leftridge & Ethel 
Dorothy Dysart; 3May49; EP36701. 



DYSON, GEORGE, 1883- 
"Quo vadis; a cycle of poems set to music 
for soprano, contralto, tenor and bass 
soli, chorus and orchestra, by George 
Dyson. © Novello & Co., ltd., London; 
pt. 2, 16Mar49; EF12766. Ace. arr. for 
piano. 

DYSON, HAL. 
Honolulu honey; by Louis Weslyn, Eva 
Applefield and Hal Dyson, [arr. by Larry 
Anthony, pseud., ukulele arr. by Roy 
SmeckJ © Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 
New York; 28Apr49: on arrangement of 
piano ace; EP37076. For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams. 

DZERZHINSKII, IVAN IVANOVICH, 1909- 
(Qulet flows the Don) Border to border; 
from the opera Quiet flows the Don, [by] 
Ivan Dzerzhinsky, arr. by Richard 
Mohaupt. © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York (in notice: Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc.); 
21Mar47, on arrangement; EP37742. Con- 
densed score: orchestra. 
(Quiet flows the Don) Oh, stately Don, 
from the opera Quiet flows the Don, [by] 
Ivan Dzerzhinsky, arr. by Richard 
Mohaupt. © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York (in notice: Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc.): 
21Mar47, on arrangement; EP37741. Con- 
densed score: orchestra. 

E 

EADE, KENNETH J 
The owl; unison song for boys, [by] Kenneth 
J. Eade [words by] Sir Walter Scott. 
(Choral songs, no. 1198) © The Oxford 
University Press, London; 30Dec48; 
EF12847. 



EADS, CATHERINE GRAY. 
The pathway my Savior leads me. 
Clark, Luther A. 



See 



The victory of the cross. 
Aaron Alfred. 



See Clark, 



EAGLESON, JAMES NORMAN, 1884- 
Dear Homeland, our country; a song of 
citizenship [by] J. Norman Eagleson, 
[words by J Harold Gerry. (School edition, 
G-120) © Gordon V. Thompson, ltd. 
Toronto; HApr49; EF12910. 

EAKINS, TRAVICE (ROYSTER) 
Color pagaent; by Travlce Royster. 
Bowling Green, Ky., Eakins Pub- 
lications. © Mrs. Wade R. Eakins; 
7Mar49; EP34981. For piano. 

EAKIJ5, FLORA BELLE. 

Love s dreamland, words and music by 
Flora Belle Eakle. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 70ct48; EP33013. 

EALE E E 

The law of God; words by Ida Axelson, music 
by E. E. Eale. San Francisco, Eureka Pub 
Co. © Maria Ida Axelson; 7Sep48' EP36158 
Close score: SATB. 

EARLE, MARGUERITE, 1888- 
Invocation; music by Marguerite Earle. 
For choir and organ. Englewood, N j 
Talisman Publishing Co. © Marguerite ■ 
Earle; lFeb49 (in notice: 1947); EP35157. 
EARLY, WALTER H. 
It was a whistle. See Hall, David. 

EASSON, JAMES, 1895- 
Four Czech folk-songs; words by Edith 
M. Clark, arr. by James Easson. (Edition 

tnoj 72156) London, J. Curwen; New York, 
1. Schirmer, sole agents for U. S. A. 
© James Easson; 18Aug48; on arrange- 
ment; EF11617. For unison chorus and 
piano. 

EASTLAND CURTISS CARLYLE. 
Darlene. See Richard, Leo. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



EATCN, JIMMY. 
I'm a-whistlin'. 



See Shand, Terry. 



EATON, QUAINTANCE, ed. 
Musical U. S. A. 206 p. illus. 
© Allen, Towne & Heath, inc., 
New York; 9May49; A32899. 

EBEL ROSE. 
Coin somewhere. See Buck, Ronald. 

EBELLE, HELEN, pseud . See 
Ebel, Rose. 

ECCLES, JOHN FREDERICK, 1905- 
I do not love thee; words by Caroline E. S. 
Norton, music by John F. Eccles. Welwyn 
Garden City, [Eng.l Welwyn Stores. 
© J. F. Eccles; 16Sep48; EF13305. 

ECXARD, WALTER. 
He givetli all. See Schubert, Franz Peter. 

ECKERT-LUNDTN, E. 
Driver dagg. See Wallerstr'om, Bengt. 

IXKHARDT, FRITZ. 
Bel ami. See Kattnigg, Rudolf. 

ECKLER, POP. 
Money, marbles and chalk; by Pop Eckler. 
£ Lois Publishing Co., Cincinnati; 
3Mar49; EP34552. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

ECKSTEIN, MAXWELL. 
Album for the young. See Schumann, Robert 

Alexander. Album fur die Jugend. 
The big -note parade of famous melodies, 
15 compositions arr. and ed. for piano 
by Maxwell Eckstein. © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 18Jan49; on arrangement 
& editing; EP33959. 

Childhood scenes. See Schumann, Robert 
Alexander. Kinderscenen. 

~Let us have music for marching; seventeen 
spirited and famous marches arr. for 
piano by Maxwell Eckstein. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 18Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP34081. 

Themes. See Enesco, Georges. Rhapsodie 
roumaine, no. 1. 

Themes from famous overtures; 10 selected 
overtures, ed., arr., annotated for piano 
Dy Maxwell Eckstein. © Carl Fischer 
inc., New York; 27Jan49; on editing, ar- 
ranging and annotation; EP34082. 

The waltz; 21 famous waltzes arr. for piano 
by Maxwell Eckstein. © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 8Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34918. 

EDDY, CARL LEON, 1884- 
Will your heart remember mine? Lyrics 
& music by Carl Leon Eddy, arr. by 
Lepha Havens. © Carl Leon Eddy, d.b.a. 
House of Carleon, Indianapolis; 22Nov48; 
EP34122. 

EDDY, RODD, pseud . See 
Dorr, Eddie. 

EDELMAN, HARRY. 
Did I? See Edelman, Herb. 

EDELMAN, HERB. 
Did I? Words by Harry Edelman, music 
by Herb Edelman, piano arr. by Bob 
Bornstein. © Jimmy Durante Music 
Publishing Co , inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
19Apr49; EP36253. 

EDENS, ROGER. 

(Take me out to the ball game) The right 
girl for me, [from the picture] Take me 
out to the ball game; lyric by Betty Comden 
and Adolph Green, music by Roger Edens. 
New York, Robbins Music Corp. ©Loew's, 
inc.; 23Feb49; EP34809. 

(Take me out to the ball game) Strictly 
U. S. A.; [from] Take me out to the ball 
game, words and music by Roger Edens. 
New York, Robbins Music Corp. 
© Loew's, inc.; 7Mar49; EP34984. 



(Take me out to the ball game) Yes, in- 
deedy, [from the picture] Take me out 
to the ball game; lyric by Betty Comden 
and Adolph Green, music by Roger Edens. 
New York, Robbins Music Corp. ©Loew's, 
inc.; 23Feb49; EP34810. 

EDGAR, MARRIOTT. 
The barnstormers. See Charles, Wolseley. 

EDGAR, PERCY. 
Your voice beloved. See Jefferies, Stanton. 

EDIZIONI MUSICALI [GIBA, versi; words by 
Giuseppe Russo, E. Nicolardi, and others 
comp. by Guiseppe Russo] Napoli, Giba'. 
© Italian Book Co.; 1948-1949 issue, 
7Sep48, AF9083. 

EDMUNDSON, GARTH. 
God be in my head; S.A.T.B., [by] Garth 
Edmundson, [words from] Sarum 1558. 
(Edition [no. 8482) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; ljun49; EP37649. 

EDWARDS, BROUGHTON. 
The Christ of Easter. See Meredith, Isaac 
Hickman. 

EDWARDS, EARL J 
I'm goin' back to California; words and 
music by Earl J. Edwards. St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., Melody Makers. © Earl J. 
Edwards; 18Aug48; EP34301. 

[EDWARDS, ERICl 
When it s appleblossom time in Annapolis 
valley; words and music by Albert Slim 
[pseud.] © Empire Music Publishers, 
New Westminster, B. C, Can.; 5Apr49; 
EF13196, 

EDWARDS, GEORGIA. 
Only teasing you. See Hall, David. 

EDWARDS, GUS, 1879-1945. 
By the light of the silvery moon; three 
part male voices, TAB. Words by 
Edward Madden, music by Gus Edwards, 
arr. by Claire Stafford [pseud.] (Choral 
library, 7-R3 130) © Remick Music 
Corp., New York; 9May49; on arrange- 
ment; EP36710. 
In my merry Oldsmobile; four part mixed 
voices, S.A.T.B., words by Vincent 
Bryan, music by Gus Edwards, arr. by 
Joseph Wood. (Choral library, 5-W3372) 
© M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 
6May49; on arrangement; EP36713. 

EDWARDS, HAROLD. 
Better get you ready. See Carroll, Charles. 

The Christmas waltz. See Hathaway, 
Charles. 

No condemnation in my soul. See Carroll 
Charles. ' 

RockabyeTown. See Hathaway, Charles. 

EDWARDS, JACK. 
The beer polka. See Peters, C. C The 
jolly coppersmith. 

4 ways to play guitar. See Rosemont, 
Walter L. 

You, you, you, polka I orj You are the one 
in my heart, [by Jack Edwards] arr. for 
piano, vocal, guitar and accordion [by 
Walter L. Rosemont] © Edwards Music 
Co., New York; 2Feb49; EP34838. 

EDWARDS, LEO. 
Tomorrow's America; by Leo Edwards and 
J. W. Bratton, [arr. by Walter L. Rose- 
mont] Pub. in the interests of the Boy 
Scouts of America. © Edwards Music Co., 
New York, 4Mar49; EP34737. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL. 
Changes. See Claypoole, Ed. B. 
A merry Christmas and a happy New 

Year. See Gaskill, Clarence. 
That red head gal. See Lodge, Henry. 
Voice of America. See Stout, Clarence. 



EDWARDS, RUTH. 

"First steps in music; by Ruth Edwards and 
Eric Simon. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 29Dec48; EP32521. 

EDWARDS, STEVEN, pseud . See 
Maxwell, Eddie. 

EGAN, KATHLEEN, pseud . See 
Brudenell, Robert. 



EGE, HENRIK. 
Such lovely tilings. 



See North, Michael. 



EGGER, PATT. 
Melodies of love. See Arnold, Robert 
Sterling. 

EHRLING ; THORE. #> 
Gryning over Grano. See Olof sson, Bengt. 

Kommer, kommer ej. See Foiack, Reinhold. 

Valsen om Marcel. See Foiack, Reinhold. 

EISCH, SHERLEYD 
My foolish heart; words and music by 
Sherley Eisch, [piano arrangement by 
Bessie Isaacs] Minneapolis, Northwest 
Music Co. © Mr. Sherley D. Eisch; 
2May49; EP36594. 

EIWORTH, ROLAND. 
En glimt av himlen. See Sandell, Nils-Erik. 

Is that fun' Foxtrot, musik Roland 
Eiworth, arr.: Kurt Blomqvist. 
(With Torner, Gosta. Twilight) 
© Ehrling & Lofvenholm A.-B., 
Stockholm; ljan47; EF11766. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

Jag ar kar. See Sjogren, Ronald. 

Swingminded. See Norin, Carl-Henrik. 

Sangen om Stockholm. 
Uti mina drommar. See Sjoblom, Alice Babs. 

EK, GUNNAR. 
Rondo fugato; [by] Gunnar Ek, for orkester 
Full orchestra. Score. © A.b- Carl 
Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm, ljan44. 
EF12230 

EKELUND, VILHELM. 
Musik. See Lundvik, Hildor. 

ELAM, ULYSSES SAMUEL, 1896- 
Jesus hung and died, a chorus for mixed 
voices, with solos for baritone and tenor 
(or soprano), words and music by Ulysses 
S. Elam. © Ulysses S. Elam; 2Feb49- 
EU156348. 

ELDRIDGE, LENA. 
See Enter, holy pilgrims. 

ELGAR SIR EDWARD WILLIAM 1857-1934. 
(Mot d'amour) Intermezzo; by Edward 
Elgar. Op. 13, no. 1, Arr. for organ by 
Purcell J. Mansfield. © Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd. London; 22Feb49; 
on arrangement; EF12488. 

Salut d'amour. Liebesgruss. [By ] Edward 
Elgar. Op. 12. Arr. [by] L. Artok. 
(Domesticum, no. 112) Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sohne. © Associated Music Publishers 
inc. (in notice: B. Schott's Sohne): 
29Nov21; on arrangement; EF13508, 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

The shepherd's song, arr. for men's 
voices by Leslie Woodgate; words by 
Barry Pain, music by Edward Elgar. 
(The Mortimer series of modern part- 
songs, no. 225) © Ascherberg, Hopwood 
& Crew, ltd., London, 13Dec48; on ar- 
rangement; EF11697. 

ELIA, ANTONIO D'. 
Pines of the Appian Way. See Respighi, 
Ottorino. Pini di Roma. 

ELIAS, FREDERICK G 
Tears of love words by Ann Kaye, music 
by Frederick G. Ellas. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Dec48; 
EP32708. 



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ELIASON, OSCAR C 
Would you be ready to go? [By] Oscar 
C. Eliason. (In Lillenas, Haldor. In- 
spiring gospel solos and duets no. 2. 
no. 106) © Nazarene Publishing House; 
22Dec48; EP37502. Hymn, with music. 

ELIASSON, GEORG. 
Blanande hogsommarnatt. See Dahlquist. 
Lars Erik. 

ELIZALDE, LUCIO, 1917- 
Tan negros; pasodoble-cancion, letra y 
musica de L. Elizalde. © Max Pfeffer, 
New York, 230ct48, EF11924. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

ELIZONDO PEREZ, RAFAEL, 1902- 
Sin una esperanza de tu amor; letra y 
musica de Rafael Elizondo. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 24Sep48; 
EP34191. 

ELKAN, IDA, ed. 
"Let's sight-read at the piano; 25 melodious 
pieces by contemporary Russian compos- 
ers, comp. and ed. by Ida Elkan. © Rus- 
sian-American Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 15Aug46; on annotations & 
editing, EP34519. 

[ELKINGTON, DAVID] 
Love's own star; words and music by Elton 

King [pseud.] © David Elktngton; 

13Apr49; EP36260. 
Merry Christmas to the children; words 

and music by Elton King [pseud.] 

© David Elkington (in notice: Elton King); 

31Dec48; EP33787. 
One world where men are free; words and 

music by Elton King [pseud.] © David 

Elkington; 19Feb49; EP34561. 

ELKTNS, MARY D. 
Our cabin. See Riphard, Leo. 

ELLERTON, J. 
Eternal praise. See Titcomb, Everett. 

ELLERTON, JOHN. 
The Lord's day. See Kurtz, Edward. 

ELLINGTON, DUKE, 1899- 
Fantazm; [by] Duke Ellington. ©Tempo 
Music, inc., New York; 28Apr49, 
EU165705. Condensed score: orchestra. 

How you sound; [by] Duke Ellington. 
© Tempo Music, inc., New York; 
28Apr49, EU165706. Condensed score: 
orchestra. 

Solitude; by Duke Ellington. Trio arrange- 
ment by Henry Sopkin. New York, Sole 
selling agents: Mills Music. © American 
Academy of Musrc, inc.; 20Oct47; on ar- 
rangement; EP36093. Score (violin, 
violoncello, and piano) and parts. 

Sophisticated lady, fox -trot by Duke Elling- 
ton, [lyrics by Irving Mills and Mitchell 
Parish, arr. by Will Hudson] © Gotham 
Music Service, inc., New York, 3Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP35961. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 

Tattooed bride; [by] Duke Ellington. 
© Tempo Music, inc., New York; 
28Apr49; EU165703. Condensed score: 
orchestra. 

Y'aught'a; [by] Duke Ellington. © Tempo 
Music, inc., New York, 28Apr49; 
EU165704. Condensed score: orchestra. 

ELLINGTON, RAY. ' 
Old Mother Hubbard, by Ray Ellington, 
[words by] Babe Wallace. © Campbell, 
Connelly & Co., ltd., London, 20Oct48- 
EF11755. 



ELLIOT, ROY. 
Elliott, Roy. 



See 



ELLIOT, WILLARD SOMERS. 
Sea Twelve compositions by American 
composers. 



ELLIOTT, JACK. 
Out on the plains. See Hopper, Hal. 

Three wishes. See Spina, Harold. 

ELLIOTT, LEAH. 
In the ring around sweet Rosie. See Hall, 
David. 

ELLIOTT, MARJORIE, 1890- 
We believe; for chorus of mixed voices a 
cappella, music by Marjorie Elliott. 

tText adapted from the Bible] © Clayton 
\ Summy Co., Chicago; 16Jun49; 
EP37748. 

ELLIOTT, ROY. 
The time and the place; by Tex Ann Nation 
and Roy Elliott. © Overland Music Corp. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 14Mar49; EP35187. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

ELLIS, ADA ROSE. 
Sweetheart lullaby. See Patton, Ben. 

ELLIS, EUNICE D. 
Memories of yesterday. See Chanslor, Hal. 

ELLIS, ROBERT T. 
Sing, my heart; words & music by Bob 
Ellis. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36843. 

ELLIS, VEP. See 
Ellis, Vesphew Benton. 

ELLIS, VESPHEW BENTON. 
Lasting covenant. See Thomas, Daniel. 

ELLISON, S. 
I ain't goin' to do tomorrow what I didn't 

get done today. See Burnette, Smiley. 
Tonight's my night to howl. See Burnette, 
Smiley. 

ELLISON, STANLEY. 
Dentists. See Burnette, Smiley. 

Stingy. See Burnette, Smiley. 

ELLISTON, IDA KEMPF, 1891- 
Good night, comrade; song, words and 
music by Ida Kempf Elliston. © Ida 
Kempf Elliston; 23May49; EP37056. 
A wedding prayer; words and music by 
Ida Kempf Elliston. St. Louis, Distributed 
by Shattinger. © Ida Kempf Elliston; 
28Mar49; EP35233. 

ELLOR. 
All hail the power of Jesus' name. See 
Shure, Ralph Deane. 

ELLSWORTH, BOB. 
Georgia moon, keep shining; bv Bob 
Ellsworth. © Skidmore Music Co., 
Inc., New York; 6May49; EP38947. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

ELLWOOD, GEORGE, pseud . See 
Herfurth, C. Paul. 

ELMORE, ALBERT MURRAY, 1889- 

My American-o rose, words by Albert 

M. Elmore, music by A. M. Elmore, 

assisted by Edith Houser. © Albert 

Murray Elmore; 24Jun49, EP37978. 

ELSEN, MATHIAS JOHN VANDEN. See 
Vanden Elsen, Mathias John. 

ELSNIC, JOSEPH PAUL. 
Bella, bella Marie. See Winkler, Gerhard. 
Bouquet of roses. See Hilliard, Bob. 

Brush those tears from your eyes. See 
Lee, Jimmy. 

Candy lasses. See Morgan, George. 

That's my desire. See Kresa, Helmy. 

ELVEY, GEORGE J 

Je ru U 1'^ Thy blood and righteousness; S.S.A. 
IbyJ George I. Elvey, arr. by A. W. Stell- 
horn, tr. [by] John Wesley. (Treble 
series, 21) © Concordia Publishing 
House, St. Louis; 27Apr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP37082. • B 



ELVIRA, RAFAEL. 
iPor que te vas? Bolero, letra y musica de 
Rafael Elvira. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 10Nov48; EP34693. 

ELWELL, H B 

He careth for you; [by] H. B. Elwell, 

[words from] I Peter 5: 5, 6 and 7. © H. B. 

Elwell; 28May49; EP37164. Score: SATB. 
Heaven is home; [by] H. B, Elwell. © H. B. 

Elwell: 25Mar49; EP35446. Close score: 

SATB. 
The Master is ready, are you? [By] H. B. 

Elwell. [Words from] John 4:35. Mat. 9: 

37, 38. © H. B. Elwell; 25Mar49; 

EP35445. Close score: SATB. 

EMBERSON, FRANCES GUTHRIE. 
Ozark folksongs. See Randolph, Vance. 

EMBREE, CHARLES RICHARD, 1922- 
Serenade. Op. 1. [By] C. R. Embree. 
Piano solo, [transcribed from orchestral 
score] © Charles R. Embree; 27Apr49; 
EP36447. 

EMER, MICHEL, pseud . See 
Rosenstein, Michel. 

EMERSON, JACK. 
Idaho Ida; by Fred Patrick, Claude Reese, 
Murray Singer and Jack Emerson. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 
York; 27Apr49; EP36727. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

EMERY, DOROTHY RADDE. 
Fun on skis, TbyJ Dorothy Radde Emery. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
25Feb49; EP34638. For piano. 

The jet planes take off [by Dorothy Radde] 
Emery. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 21Feb49; EP35034. For piano. 

EMERY, JAMES T. 
The day you took my heart with you. See 
Hall, David. 

EMILIO, C 
Nimbus; modern novelty by C. Emilio. 
© Modern Accordion Publications, ltd., 
London; 4Feb49; EF12381. For accordion. 

EMILIO, VINCENZO. 
See Piedigrotta "900." 

EMMEL, MRS . LAURENCE. 
Hold me tight. See Hall, David. 

EMMERECHTS, RAYMOND, 1915- 
C'est un refrain des faubourgs; valse 
musette, paroles de Georges Philippot, 
musique de Raymond Emmerechts. 
© Julio Garzon; 30Mar49; EF13433. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

EMMERICH, BOB, 1904- 
If and when; lyric by Ruth Poll, music by 

Bob Emmerich. © Maypole Music, inc., 

New York; 120ct48; EP36550. 
If yesterday could only be tomorrow, lyric 

by Ruth Poll, music by Bob Emmerich. 

© Maypole Music, inc., New York 

120ct48; EP36143. 
I'm looking for a bluebird; lyric by Ruth 
Poll, music by Bob Emmerich. © May- 
pole Music, inc., New York; 120ct48; 

EP36543. 
The look in your eyes; lyric by Ruth Poll 

music by Bob Emmerich. © Maypole ' 

Music, inc., New York; 120ct48;EP36547. 
There's a little white gate; lyric by Ruth 

Poll music by Bob Emmerich. & Ma v - 

EP36546 SiC ' lnC " NeW Y ° rk; 120ct48 ; 
Twenty -four hours a day; lyric by Ruth 
Poll, music by Bob Emmerich. © May- 
pole Music, inc., New York- 120ct48- 
EP36141. ' 

ENCK, JOHN HARRISON 1912- 
March, musical youth; [by ] J. H. Enck. 
© John H. Enck; lMar49; EP34927. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ENDERS HARVEY, 1892-1947. 
We wish you a merry Christmas; for 
chorus of male voices, with soprano 
solo, or unison boys choir [by] Harvey 
Enders. (Octavo no. 1746) © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; 27May49; 
EP37282. 

ENDSLEY, JESSIE VIVIAN, 1894- 
He'll wipe away your tears; words and music 
by Jessie Endsley. (With her Take time to 
pray) © Jessie Endsley; lSep48; EP33908. 
Close score: SATB. 
Take time to pray; words and music by 
Jessie Endsley. © Jessie Endsley; 
lSep48; EP33909. Close score: SATB. 

ENESCO, GEORGES, 1881- 
(Rhapsodie roumaine, no. 1) Themes from 
Roumanian rhapsody; by Georges Enesco. 
Op. 11, no. 1, in A major. Arr. for piano, 
by Maxwell Eckstein. © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 4Apr49; on arrangement & 
editine: EP35701. 

ENGEBRETSON, ALICE. 
Fickle little pickle. See Hall, David. 

Our rocket to the moon; words and music 
by Alice Engebretson. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP36841. 

ENGEL, LEHMAN, 1910- 
~The creation; for narrator and orches- 
tra [by] Lehman Engel, [text from 
Genesis] © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc.. New York, 16Jun49; EP37912. 
Miniature score. 

ENGEL-BERGER, WILLY, 1890-1946. 
(Der weite Weg) Heut ist mir so komisch 

zu Mute; Swing-Fox aus dem Tonfilm 

Der weite Weg. Text von Albin Ronnert, 

Musik von Willy Engel-Berger. 

© A-Tempo-Verlag, Karl Wewerka, Wien; 

310ct46; EF12927. 
(Der weite Weg) Die Zeit heilt jede Wunde; 

Lied u. Slowfox aus dem Tonfilm Der 

weite Weg. Text: Willy Engel-Berger und 

Erich Meder, Musik: Willy Engel-Berger. 

© A-Tempo-Verlag, Karl Wewerka, Wien; 

310ct46; EF12928. 

ENGESATHER, LAURA NORLEY, 1901- 
Flickertail Girls State song; lyric and 
music by Laura Norley Engesather. 
© Laura Norley Engesather; 14Jun49; 
EP37370. 

ENGLEMAN, HARRY. 
Spick and span; violin novelty by Harry 
Engleman, [arr. by Joseph Engleman] 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 21Jul48; 
EF12192. Piano-conductor score (violin 
and orchestra) and parts. 

ENGLEMAN, JOSEPH. 

Paprika; polka for solo clarinet or violin 
[by] Joseph Engleman. © Bosworth & Co., 
ltd., London; 9Aug48; EF12193. Piano- 
conductor score (clarinet or violin and 
orchestra) and parts. 

Spick and span. See Engleman, Harry. 

ENGLISH, G S 

Song of the surf; by G. S. English. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13118. 
Melody with instrumental cues. 

ENGSTROM, SUNE.^ 
Rio Tinto. See Bjorkman, Rune. 

ENGSTROM, WALTER A 
The lonely rose on the Sunset Trail; words 
and music by Walter A. Engstrom. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 
7Dec48; EP32922. 

ENOS, CATHERINE. 
The day after tomorrow. See Tobin, 
Louis. 

ENOS, MARGARET LUCILE. 
The peppermint princess. See Kergel, 
Frances Holmes. 



ENTER, HOLY PILGRIMS. 
Enter, holy pilgrims, traditional Mexican 
[posada] English version by Charles R. 
McKean and Lena Eldridge. (In Mottinger, 
Alvina H. Christmas carols, p. 53) 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York, 40ct48; 
EP35924. 

ENTHOVEN, HENRI EMILE, 1903- 
*Vler Klavierstucke; von Emile Enthoven. 
Op. 7. (Edition Nr. 6809) © Universal- 
Edition, a.g., Wien; lDec21; EF11594. 

ENZ, FREDH. 
Just leave it to me. See Tobin, Louis. 

EPHRIKIAN, ANGELO. 
Concerto in fa maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 
Concerto in fa maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. Concerto, flute. 
Concerto in la minore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 

Concerto in la minore. See Vivaldi, Antonio. 

Concerto, bassoon. 
Concerto in mi bemolle maggiore. See 

Vivaldi, Antonio. 
Concerto in ml maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. Concerto, violin. 
Concerto In re maggiore. See Vivaldi, Antonio. 

Concerto, violin. 
Concerto in re minore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 
Concerto in si bemolle maggiore. See 

Vivaldi, Antonio. 
Concerto in sol maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 
Concerto in sol minore. See Vivaldi, Antonio. 

EPHRIKIAN, ANTONIO. 
Concerto in do maggiore. See Vivaldi, Antonio. 
Concerto, bassoon. 

EPHROS, GERSHON. 
Sabbath service in song. See Coopersmith, 
Harry. 

EPPERSON, EMERY G 
Glory of the nation; march, [by] Emery G. 
Epperson. (Band edition, Q23'37) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 4Apr49; EP35703. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 

EPPRIGHT, LEWIS C. 
If I haven't, it's a wonder, 'cause I do. 
See Hall, David. 

EPPRIGHT, SLIM. See 
Eppright, Lewis C. 

ERARD, CLIVE. 
Hang on the bell, Nellie. See Parker, Ross. 

ERB, MAE-AILEEN. 
Dancing on the dyke; [by] Mae-Aileen Erb„ 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
5Apr49; EP35633. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

S u ng ,» f the Salman; piano solo with words 

by Mae-Aileen Erb. © The Boston Music 

Co., Boston; 9May49; EP36732. 
Taffy and the kitten, piano solo with words 

by Mae-Atleen Erb. © The Boston Music 

Co., Boston, 19Apr49; EP36284. 

ERDMANN, ISLA MAY. 
A collect for club women; S.S.A. [by] 
Isla May Erdmann, [words by] Mary 
Stewart. © Isla May Erdmann; 12Ma v 49; 
EP36750. > y > 

ERGER, pseud . See 
Deltour, Emile. 

ERICKSON, ALTA CLINE, 
I m tying my dreams into bundles of love; 
words and music by Alta Cline Erickson. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32923. 

ERICKSON, STANLEY. 
Three original songs. See Savage, Ben. 



ERIKSSON, HASSE. 
Issie's high pan, musik: Hasse Eriksson, 
arrangemang: Casper Hjukstrom. 
© Ehrling & Lofvenholm ab, Stockholm: 
ljan48; EF11797. Parts: orchestra. 

ERIKSSON, NILS. 
Scherzo; [by] Nils Eriksson. © Foreningen 
svenska tonsittare, Stockholm; ljan47; 
EF12790. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 

ERVINE, EDNA. 
Save that lovln' for me. See Hall, David. 

ERWIN, LEE, 1908- 
For Christmas; words and music by Mel 
Howard and Lee Erwin. © Laurel Music 
Co., New York; lDec48; EP35020. 
Go now; lyric by Mel Howard, music by 
Lee Erwin. © Laurel Music Corp., 
New York; 17May49; EP36932. 

ERWIN, RALPH. 
I kiss your hand, Madame [by] Ralph Erwin, 

arr. by Jerry Sears. © Harms, inc., 

New York; 3Feb49; on arrangement; 

EP34170. Score (clarinet and piano) and 

part. 
I kiss your hand, Madame [by] Ralph 

Erwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. © Harms, 

Inc., New York; 4Feb49; on arrangement; 

EP34166. Score (saxophone and piano) 

and part. 
. I kiss your hand, Madame, [by] Ralph 

Erwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. © Harms, 

inc., New York; 4Jan49; on arrangement; 

EP33616. Score (trumpet or cornet and 

piano) and part. 

ESCALANTE, HERNAN. 
The guiding star. See Chanslor, Hal. 

ESCOBAR, ANTONIO. 
Muy agradecido. See Farb, Jack. 
Nada te debo. See Melero, Enrique. 

Serenidad; bolero, letra de Gabriel Luna de 
la Fuente, musica de Antonio Escobar. 
©^Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13226. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

ESPARZA OTEO, ALFONSO. 
Cancion del corazon; letra y musica 
de Alfonso Esparza Oteo.^ © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13228. 

J r V u ^ '$? so! ** S^ 10 es - S - S -A., ranchera 
IbyJ Alfonso Esperza Oteo, arr. by the 
Krones Beatrice and Max. (Octavo 
no. 962) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
HFeb49; on arrangement; EP34527. 

Rondalla; vals-cancion de Alfonso Esparza 
Oteo, orquestacion de Fernando Z. 
Maldonado. © Pjomotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 
22Dec48, EF12422. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

ESSEX, JAMES R 1903- 

My one and only sweetheart; words & 

music by James R. Essex. © Shelby 

J I ^i, c .? ublishin e Co " Detroit; 17Dec48; 
EP33505. 

ESSINGER, RUSSELL F 
Beautiful rose; words and music by Russell 
F. Essinger. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36839. 

ESSLEY, MARGARET. 
Oh, ain t you glad you're livin'? See Hall, 
David. 

ESTEL, pseud . See 
Wittebols, Elisabeth. 

ESTEP, LOLA M 
I found you in my dream; words and music 
by Lola M. Estep. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33561 



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ESTOPIN, BERNARDINO. 
What our hearts should feel. See Hall, 
David. 

ESTRADA, NOEL. 
Cuando nos casemos; letra y musica de 

Noel Estrada. © Peer International Corp., 

New York; 18Jan49; EP36357. 
Hablame; letra y musica de Noel Estrada. 

© Peer International Corp., New York; 

12Apr49; EP36383. 
Quedate en mis brazos; letra y musica de 

Noel Estrada. © Peer International Corp., 

New York; 18Jan49; EP36362. 

ESVIZA, ENRIQUE A. 
Cana. See Monaco, Enrique A. N. 

ETTORE, EUGENE SAMUEL, 1921- 
Ettore's etude; In G major, by Eugene 
Ettore. © Modern Accordion Publica- 
tions, ltd., London; 4Feb49; EF12380. 
For accordion. 
Forest festival dance; by Eugene Ettore. 
© Modern Accordion Publications, ltd., 
London; 4Feb49, EF12379. For accordion. 

Spanish holiday; by Eugene Ettore. 
© Modern Accordion Publications, ltd., 
London; 4Feb49; EF12377. For accordion. 

Tarantella abruzzese; by Eugene Ettore. 
© Modern Accordion Publications, ltd., 
London; 4Feb49; EF12378. For accordion. 

EVANS, DALE. 
Dusty; words and music by Roy Rogers 
and Dale Evans. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 5May49; 
EP37417. 



EVANS, DAVID MOULE- 
Moule-Evans, David. 



See 



EVANS, EFFIE D. 
America, our country. See Van Fleet, 
Emily Evans. 

EVANS, GEORGE. 
In the good old summer time; featured in the 
film [In the good old summer time] New 
waltz arrangement with optional fox-trot 
chorus, featuring 6 special new 1949 
choruses, words by Ren Shields, music by 
George Evans, arr. by Ivan Lane. 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 15jun49; on arrangement; EP37884. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 
In the good old summer time, [from the 
film In the good old summer time! Words 
by Ren Shields, music by George Evans, 
with six special new 1949 choruses [by 
Marian Banks] © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York: 24May49, on new 
additional lyrics; EP37062. 

EVANS, HAL. See 
Evans, Harold Percy. 

EVANS, HAROLD PERCY. 
Galway Bay. See Colahan, Arthur. 

EVANS, HARRY. 
My heart is on a holiday; fox trot, written 
and composed by Ken Round and Harry 
Evans. © The Diamond Music Publishing 
Co., London; 27May49; EF13411. 



EVANS, MARY J., pseud . 
Perrot, Mary Jane. 



See 



EVANS, RAYMOND B 1915- 

Buttons and bows. S_ee his. The Paleface. 

Havin' a wonderful wish. See his Sorrowful 
Jones. 

(The heiress) My love loves me; adapted 
from Plaislr d'amour by Martini. From 
the picture The heiress. Adaptation and 
words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. 
© Paramount Music Corp., New York; 
28Mar49, EP35356. 

Here's to love, gee his. My friend Irma. 



Just for fun. £ge Jug. My friend Irma. 

(My friend Irma) Here's to love; [from] 
My friend Irma, music and words by Jay 
Livingston and Ray Evans. © Paramount 
Music Corp., New York; 17May49; 
EP36939. 

(My friend Irma) Just for fun; [from] the 
picture My friend Irma, music and words 
by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. 
© Paramount Music Corp., New York; 
9May49; EP36725. 

(My friend Irma) My own, my only, my all; 
[from] My friend Irma, music and words 
by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. © Para- 
mount Music Corp., New York, 20Jun49; 
EP37903. 

My love loves me. See Ms. The heiress. 

Now and forever. See Young, Victor. Sin 
of Abby Hunt. 

(The paleface) Buttons and bows; [from 
The paleface] music by Jay Livingston 
and Ray Evans, arr. by Richard L. Wolf- 
son. © Famous Music Corp., New York; 
10Jun49; on arrangement; EP37655. 
Parts: 3 tonettes. 

(The paleface) Buttons and bows; words 
and music by Jay Livingston and Ray 
Evans [arr. by Geo. N. Terry] Simplified 
piano solo with large notes and words. 
© Famous Music Corp., New York- 
HMar49; on arrangement; EP35502. 

Song of surrender; [from] Song of surren- 
der, music and words by Victor Young, 
Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. © Para- 
mount Music Corp., New York; 21Jun49; 
EP37904. 

(Sorrowful Jones) Havin a wonderful wish; 

!or] Time you were here; [from] Sorrow- 
ul Jones, music and words by ]?.y Livings- 
ton and Ray Evans. © Paramount Music 
Corp., New York; 9Mar49; EP34978. 

Streets of Laredo, a new original song, 
[from] the picture, Streets of Laredo, 
music and words by Jay Livingston and 
Ray Evans. © Famous Music Corp., 
New York; 3Jan49; EP32779. 

That's not the knot; words and music by 
Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. © Para- 
mount Music Corp.. New York: 14Dec48 
(in notice: 1947); EP34808. 

That's not the knot; words and music by 
Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. © Para- 
mount Music Corp., New York; 14Dec48 
(In notice: 1947); EP34977. 

You're wonderful. See Young. Victor. 
Bitter victory. 

EVANS, REDD. 
Just got to have him around. See Mann, 

Dave. 
No moon at all. See Mann, Dave. 

EVANTI, LILLIAN, 1909- 
Dedication; poem by Georgia Douglas 
Johnson, music by Lillian Evanti. 
© Handy Bros. Music Co., inc. , New 
York; HJan49 (in notice: 1948); EP33378. 
God's promise; author unknown, music 
by Lillian Evanti. © Handy Bros. Music 
Co., inc., New York; HJan49 (in notice: 
1948); EP33377. 

High flight; poem by John Gillespie Magee 
Jr., music by Lillian Evanti. © Handy 
Bros. Music Co., inc., New York; 
lljan49 (in notice: 1948); EP33376. 

Thank you again and again; lyrics and 
music by Lillian Evanti. © Handy Bros 
Music Co. inc., New York; HJan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP33379. 

EVERS, EDVARD. 
] Advent-psalm. See Jonsson, Josef. 

EVERSMAN, JOHN DILLON, 1904- 
Ecusta; march, [by] John D. Eversman, 
Lucille Heffner, Mary Glass [and others] 
© Ecusta Paper Corp.. Pisgah Forest, 
N. C; 20May49; EP37632. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

Uncle Harry. See Glass, Charles Bruce. 



EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE SECOND BOOK 
OF SONGS., 

^Everybody's favorite second book of songs; 
for voice and piano and 27 instruments 
arr. and ed. by Irwin Hoffman. (Every- 
body's favorite series, no. 70) © Amsco 
Music Publishing Co., New York: 
30Dec48; EP34956. 

EWART, DENNIS R. 

Ay-ay-ay, gotta love you 'till I die. See 
Kasper, Edwin H. 

EWEN, DAVID. 

American composers today, a biographical 
and critical guide. 265 p. illus. © The 
H. W. Wilson Co., New York; 18Apr49, 
A32251. 

Men of popular music. [2d ed., rev J 
188 p. illus. © Ziff-Davis Pub. Co., 
Chicago; 4Mar49; A30754. 

EWER, HANS, pseud . See 
Wewerka, Hans. 

EWERT, KARL, pseud . See 
Christenson, Karl Ewert. 

EWTNG, ELLSWORTH. 
I can t live without you. 
Edward C. 



See Herzfeldt, 



EWTNG, JULIANA HORATIA. 
The Brownies. See Price, Gertrude. 

[EWING, MONTAGUE] 
Moonlight on the Ganges; fox -trot, words 
by Chester Wallace [pseud.], music by 
Sherman Myers [pseud.] A Jerry Sears 
arrangement. © Harms, inc., New York; 
27May49; on arrangement; EP37288. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

EXNER, MAX VERNON, 1910- 
4-H march of the banners; words and music 
by Max V. Exner. © C. C. Blrchard & Co., 
Boston; 23Dec48; EP32513. 

EXPOSITO, HOMERO A. 
Tengo un caballito bianco. See Calabry, 
John. 



FABOR. pseud. See 
Borgazzi, Fabio. 

fAbrega, RICARDO. 

Guarare; cumbieras, letra y musica de 
Ricardo Fabrega. © Peer International 
Corp., New York, 19May49; EP37614. 

Gua/are; tonada panamena por Ricardo 
Fabrega. © Ricardo Fabrega, 5Jan41, 
EF12885. For voice and piano. 

Mi gallo pinto, tamborera, musica y letra 
por Ricardo Fabrega. © Ricardo 
Fabrega, 10Dec46, EF12750. 

FAGAN, GIDEON. 
Motif for murder, by Gideon Fagan. 
© C happell & Co., ltd., London, 
8Dec48; EF11736. Condensed score. 

FAGAN, HIRAM GARFIELD. 
Have you peace in your heart? See 
Lillenas, Haldor. 

FAHL, EUGENE. 

Bidding a dream goodbye, words and music 
by Eugene Fahl. © Nor dyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48; EP32833. 

In collaboration with you; words and music 
by Eugene Fahl. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35882. 

FAHLOR, FRANK M 1892- 

The girl in pretty color; words and music 
by Frank M. Fahlor. © Frank M. Fahlor; 
14Dec48; EP34125. 



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FAIN, GLENN. 
Pals of the saddle goodbye; words and music 
by Glenn Fain. © Nordyke Publishing Co. 
Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35883. 

FAIN, SAMMY. 
Oley's melody, lyric by Jack Yellen, music 
by Sammy Fain. © Leo Feist, inc., 
New York, 10Jan49; EP35507. 
Out of love; lyric by Bob Hilliard, music 
by Sammy Fain. © Henry Spitzer Music 
Publishing Co., inc., New York; 8Apr49; 
EP35935. 

FAIRLEY, WILLIAM, 1873- 
God bless our late Commander in Chief, 
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt; by 
William Fairley. © William Fairley; 
3]un48; EP36121. Melody and words. 

FAIRMAN, GEORGE, 1881- 
Yes, we have a piano, by George Falrman. 
© George Fairman; 2Jan49; EP34477. 
Melody and chords In treble clef, with 
words. 

FAIRSTEIN BETTY JEAN. 
Now that I ve met you. See Sidroy, T. B., 
p seud . 

FAITH, NETTIE. 
Our cabin of pine. See Hall, David. 

FAITH, PERCY, 1908- 
Nervous gavotte; by Percy Faith, for piano. 
© Harms, inc., New York; 10jun49; 
EP37659. 

Perpetual notion, by Percy Faith; for piano. 
© Harms, inc., New York; 3CDec48; 
EP32774. 

FAJARDO, NOE. 
r.Iarfa Felix. See Castegnaro, Lola. 

FALK, RICHARD. 

Salve Regina, 1736. See Pergolesi, Giovanni 
Battista. 

FANCIULLI, GIUSEPPE. 
Maria di Cefalu, rumba, parole di Nisa 
[pseud.], musica di G. Fanciulli. ( With 
Calzia, Eugenio. Negrita) © Accordo, 
s.a Edizioni musicali, Milano; 30jan48; 
EF12905. Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

FANELLO, BEN. 
Never say no. See Hall, David. 

FANYL, BERNARD, pseud . See 
Weinberg, Bernard. 

FARB, JACK. 
Muy agradecido; danzon, de Jack Farb, 
arreglo de Antonio Escobar. © Promo- 
tora Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13230. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

FARFONE, FRANCES. 
Here come those blues again. See 
Cirillo, Louise. 

FARJEON, ELEANOR. 
The princesses' carol. See Poston. 

Elizabeth. 

[FARMER, JAMES LAFAYETTE] 1914- 
Little Irish dance; piano solo, with words, 
by James Lafayette. © The Willis Music 
Co., Cincinnati; ljun49; EP37302. 

FARMER, WILLIE LOU, 1914- 
I know God will take care of me, arr, by 
M. Brown, words and music by Willie Lou 
Farmer. © Harmonica Player, Willie Lou 
Farmer Chicago, 9Dec48; EP32704. 

I've been converted, thank you, Jesus; arr. 
by Margarite Brown, words and music by 
Willie Lou Farmer © Harmonica Player, 
Willie Lou Farmer, Chicago; 9Dec48; 
EP32705. 



FARNON, ROBERT. 
Allsports march; by Robert Farnon. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13090. Melody with instrumental cues. 
Canadian caravan; piano solo by Robert 

Farnon. © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 

HFeb49; EF12526. 
Grandstand march; by Robert Farnon. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13091. Melody with instrumental cues. 

High Street; by Robert Farnon. © Chappell 

&. Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13089. 

Melody with instrumental cues. 
How beautiful is night; piano solo by 

Robert Farnon. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 

London; HFeb49; EF12525. 
In a calm; by Robert Farnon. © Chappell 

&Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13092. 

Melody with instrumental cues. 
In a fog; by Robert Farnon. Lead sheet. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13093. 

Journey into melody, composed and arr. 
by Robert Farnon. (Orchestral works, 
no. 411) © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 
23Mar49, on arrangement, EF12982. 
Piano-conductor score and parts. 

Journey into melody; piano solo, by Robert 
Farnon. © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 
24Jan49; EF12476. 

Jumping bean; composed and arr. for 
orchestra by R. J. Farnon (Orchestral 
works no. 405) © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 31Jan49; on arrangement; 
EF11876. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 
Mobile pursuit; by Robert Farnon. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 
EF13094. Melody with instrumental cues. 

Mountain grandeur; by Robert Farnon. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 
EF13095. Melody with instrumental cues. 

Ottawa Heights; by Robert Farnon. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13096. Melody with instrumental cues. 
Portrait of a flirt; composed and arr. by 

Robert Farnon. (Orchestral works, 

no. 414) © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 

21Mar49; on arrangement; EF12831. 

Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts. 
Portrait of a flirt; piano solo by Robert 

Farnon, [adapted by Joyce Cochrane] 

© Chappell 6 Co., ltd., London; 5Feb49; 

EF12523. 
Solemn occasion; by Robert Farnon. 

© Chappell &Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13097. Melody with instrumental cues. 
Sounding brass; by Robert Farnon. L,ead 

sheet. © Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 

6Apr49; EF13098. 
State occasion; piano solo by Robert Farnon. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 28Apr49; 

EF13345. 
Taj Mahal; by Robert Farnon. © Chappell 

&Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13100. 

Melody with instrumental cues. 
Willie the Whistler; by Robert Farnon. 

© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 

EF13099. Melody with instrumental cues. 

FARR, CARL. 
Chicken in the corn crib. See Farr, Hugh. 

FARR, ERMON CLAIR, 1918- 
The Devil had a sister; by Buddy Farr. 
Hollywood, Calif., Farr Publications. 
© Ermon C. Farr; 12Feb49; EP35457. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

FARR, HUGH. 
Chicken in the corn crib; by Hugh Farr and 
Carl Farr. © Tim Spencer Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 23Apr49; EP37409. 
For piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 

FAR1LAH, AGNES BEAT.1ICE. 
Oh, wonderful day. See Tobin, Louis. 



FARRAR, WALTON, 1918"- 
Ya gotta buy, buy, buy for baby, or baby's 
gonna say bye bye; words and music by 
Walter Kent and Walton Farra'r, arr. by 
Lou Halmy. © Songs inc., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 16Jun49; EP37323. 

FARRES, OSVALDO. 

No, no and no I No, no y no. English lyric 
by Harold Spina, Spanish lyric and music 
by Osvaldo Farres. © Rumbalero Music, 
inc.. Beverly Hills, Calif.; 24Mar49; on 
English lyric; EP36003. 

No, no y no; bolero, letra y musica de 
Osvaldo Farres. 4. ed. © Osvaldo 
Farres; 14Jan48; EF11962. 

FARROW, JOHNNY, 1913- 

Another November; words by Ruth Poll, 
music by Johnny Farrow. © Maypole 
Music, inc., New York; 120ct48, EP36142. 

I don't wanna love you, baby, lyric by Ruth 
Poll, music by Johnny Farrow and Claude 
Demetrius. © Maypole Music, inc., 
New York; 120ct48; EP36139. 

A new shade of blues. See Acuarulo, 
Andrew A. 

FASE, BERKELEY. 
(Sauce tartare) Let's make the impossible 
possible; [from] Sauce tartare, words by 
Geoffrey Parsons, music by Berkeley 
Fase. © The Peter Maurice Music Co., 
ltd., New York; 19May49; EF13482. 
(Sauce tartare) Love is a lyric; [from] 
Sauce tartare, words by Geoffrey Parsons, 
music by Berkeley Fase. © The Peter 
Maurice Music Co., ltd, New York; 
19May49; EF13477. 

FASSIO, ANGELO, 1888- 
Prilre a^ Marie, Reine des Coeurs; paroles 
d'Andre Louvain, musique d A. Fassio. 
© Editions A. Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 
18Apr49; EF13085. 

Un sourire . . . quand on s'aime; paroles 
d'Andre Louvain, musique d'A. Fassio. 
© Editions A. Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 
lMay49; EF13338. For 1 or 2 voices, 
with chord symbols and piano introduction. 

FAULKENBURY, BUSTER. 
Drop in boogie; words by Lois Markwalter, 
music by Buster Faulkenbury. © North- 
ern Music Corp., New York; 29Dec48; 
EP33622. 

FAULX, JEAN BAPTISTE, 1896- 
Petite piece. Klein stukje. [By] J.-B. 
Faulx. © Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
J. B. Faulx, Bruxelles; HFeb49; EF13319. 
Score (trumpet, clarinet, or saxophone & 
piano) and part. 
Piece de concert; par J. B. Faulx. © Edi- 
tions musicales Brogneaux, J. B. Faulx, 
Bruxelles- HFeb49; EF13320. Score 
(clarinet & piano) and part for saxophone. 

Romance; [byj J. B. Faulx. (£) Editions 
musicales Brogneaux, J. B. Faulx, 
Bruxelles- HFeb49; EF13318. Score 
(clarinet & piano) and part. 

FAURfi, GABRIEL URBAIN, 1845-1924. 

ISongs) Twelve songs; [by Gabriel Faure] 

Ed. by Bernard Taylor. © Boosey & 

Hawkes, inc., New York; 30Dec48; on 

English versions & editing; EP33737. 

FAVILLA, ELVIO, 1926- 
Prima di te nessuna; canzone, slow, versi 
di I. Franchini, musica di Elvio Favilla, 
speciale arrang. di A. Giacomazzi. 
© Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 9Dec48; 
EF12468. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

FAYE, F., pseud . See 
Flynn, Faye F. 

FEATHER, LEONARD G. 
Inside be-bop. 103 p. illus. © J. J. 
Robbins & Sons, inc., New York, 
2May49; A33490. 



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FEDERICO, DOMINGO. 

Cosas del^amor; tango, letra de Carlos 
Bahr, musica de Domingo Federico. 
© Editorial Argentina de Musica Inter- 
national, s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
22Dec48; EF13241. 

FEIBISH, MISHA, 1893- 
Prelude; by Misha Feibish, for piano. 
Memphis, Southern Musical Journal. 
© Simon Wener & Sadye Wener; 7Jun49; 
EP37515. 

FEIGHNER, ALYCE HONORE. 
My beloved. See Hall, David. 

FEIGHNER, FRED BOWMAN. 
My beloved. See Hall, David. 

FEIMSTER, MARGARET WEST. 
Can't sleep. See Smith, Frank M. 

FEININGER, LAURENCE. 
See Monumenta Polyphoniae Sanctae 
Ecclesiae Romanae. 

FEKETE, ZOLTAN. 
Fantasia in F minor, Orgelwalzenfantasie. 
See Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang 
Amadeus. Fantasia, musical clock, 
K-608. 

FELDER, JAMES J. 
Love is as precious as gold. See Hall, 
David. 

FELDMAN, MORRIS. 
Be-bop boogie. See Carter, Benny. 
Confirmation. See Parker, Charles. 
Fantasy in bop. See Garner, Erroll. 
Little Bo Be-bop. See Garner, Erroll. 
Moose the mooche. See Parker, Charles. 
Ornithology. See Parker, Charles. 
Yardbird suite. See Parker, Charles. 

FELDNER, FRITZ. 
I branch beim Wein kan Tropfenzahler; See 
Knaflitsch, Josef. 



FELLEa, SID. 
If you could care. 
Task force. 



See Darewski, Herman. 



FELLOWES, EDMUND HORACE. 
The collected vocal works of William 
Byrd. See Byrd, William. Vocal works. 

FELLOWS, BOB. 
Would ya? Words and music by Bob Fellowa 
© Atlantic Music Corp., New York; 
10Jan49; EP33605. 

FELTZ, KURT. 
Der Theodor im Fussballtor. See 
Bochmann, Werner. 

FENNER, BEATRICE. 

Wedding music. See Nordman, Chester. 

When children pray; words and music by 
Beatrice Fenner [arr, by Chester Nord- 
manj Mixed trio, SAB. © Shattinger 
EP35227 LOUiS ' 28Mar49; on arrangement; 

FENTON, HOWARD. 
Prayer of a waiting world, for chorus of 
men s voices with baritone solo and 
piano ace, words and music by Gene 

?mmm? ^ ar( ? Fenton - f Pub - or der no.] 
CM6483) © Carl Fischer, inc. New York- 
29Mar49, EP36220. ' ' 

Prayer of a waiting world, for chorus of 
mixed voices with piano ace, words and 
music by Gene Bone and Howard Fenton. 
Lr w° rd v r n l °-lCM6482) © Carl Fischer, 
EP36204 ' llApr49 : on arrangement; 

Prayer of a waiting world; words and 
music by Gene Bone and Howard Fenton. 
([Pub. order no. 1 V2067) © Carl Fischer 
inc., New York; 5Apr49; EP36214 



[FENTY, JESSIE HAINES] 1894- 
Lady Liberty; Statue of Liberty song, by 
An American Mother, [piano arrangement 
by Lindsay McPhail] Stapleton, [N. Y.], 
Freedom Music Co. © Jessie Haines 
Fenty; 3May49; EP36973. 

FEOLA, CLEM. 
I'll be waiting rain or shine. See Spano, 
Andy. 

FERGUSON, AL. 
Foolish me, words and music by Al Fergu- 
son. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 28Dec48; EP32709. 

FERGUSON, BOB. 
Please make my dream come true, words 
and music by Bob Ferguson. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP33083. 

FERGUSON, HOWARD, 1908- 
"(Diversions, orchestra) Four diversions, 
for orchestra on Ulster airs, [by] Howard 
Ferguson. © Hawkes & Son (London) ltd., 
London; 21Jan49 (in notice: 1948); on ar- 
rangement; EF12067. 




FERKEL, LEONA. 
The love I have for you. See Hall, David. 

FERLIN, NILS. 
Lillkoping. See Danielsson, David. 

Rus. See Casserman, Hjalmar. 

Strangaspel. See Turesson, Gunnar. 

FERNALD, HERBERT H 
I ve set a feather in my cap for you, words 
and music by Herbert H. Fernald. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.- 
28Dec48; EP32710. ,«««., 

FERNANDEZ, EDUARDO, 1903- 
Carmen Amaya; paso-doble, [by] Eduardo 
Fernandez. © Julio Garzon; 30Mar49; 
EF13434. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

FERNANDEZ ARDAVTN, LUIS, 
Manuelita Rosas. See Alonso Lopez 
Francisco. ' 

FERNAU, ILKA. 
Reise in das Wunderland der Musik. 
See Schoberlechner, Annie. 

FERNAY, ROGER, pseud . See 
Bertrand, Roger. 

FERRARI, LOUIS, 1910- 
Un refrain; valse, paroles de Rene Rouzaud 
musique de Louis Ferrari. © Editions A.' 
Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 9Dec48; EF11616. 
Sans un souvenir. See Siniavine, Alexandre. 

FERRE", LEO, 1916- 
L'inconnue de Londres; paroles et musique 
de Leo Ferre. © Les Editions musicales 
Hortensia, Paris; 10jul47; EF11629. 

FERRECCHIA, JOE. 
All about you; words and music by Leo 
Potrikus and Joe Ferrecchia. © Nordyke 

mS l S i l Q ln |. C ?y HoU y w o«l, Calif.; 
23Feb49; EP37777. 

FERREL, GEORGE FRANKLIN 
vacation days; an operetta in two acts 
Books and lyrics by Patty Brandom 
Gengelbach, music by George Ferrel and 
Gordon Gengelbach. © Patty Brandnm 
Gengelbach, George Ferre 17^7 
Gengelbach;' IDec!!; DumM* $££" 
vocal score. *-iano- 

FERRELL, LAWRENCE V 1931. 

Carol [by] Lawrence V. Ferrell Jr 

pd«m7 nC # V - Ferrell > J r -J 10De'c48; 
EP33924. For piano, with words. 



CI 



FERRER, CLAUDIO. 
Cuando seremos felices, bolero, letra y 
musica de Claudio Ferrer. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 190ct48: 
EP34189. 

Linda palomlta; letra y musica de Claudio 
Ferrer. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 180ct48; EP34721. 

FERRERA, JOHN BATTETA, 1913- 
B flat mambos; mambiando, de John B. 
Ferrera. © John Battista Ferrera; 
22Mar49; EP35127. Condensed score: 
orchestra. 

FERRIS, ST. JOHN. 
I'm in love- words and music by St. John 
Ferris. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; EP36813. 

FERRY, CHARLES T 1884- 

In my heart; words by Harriet Lyon Leonard 
music by Charles T. Ferry © Wesley 
Webster, San Francisco; 24Dec48; EP32677. 

FETTER, THEODORE. 
The song of long ago. See Silver, Abner. 

FEWELL, C. MARVIN. 
My soul, awake, and render. See Bach, 

Johann Sebastian. 
O Holy City, seen of John. See Bach, 

Johann Sebastian. 
O sacred head, now wounded. See Bach 

Johann Sebastian. 

Praise to the Lord. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. 

FEZLER, CHARLES. 

T ^ e <£', 0rc f s Draver > by Chas. Fezler. 
& Charles Fezler; 15May49; EP37891 
For voice and organ. 

FICHTHORN, CLAUDE L 
O Saving Victim: anthem for mixed voices 
a cappella Jbyl Claude L. Fichthorn, ' 

no°33 S 2 Won A°£?. S AqUinaS ' (Anthems, 
no. 332-40006) © Oliver Ditson Co., 
Philadelphia; 3May49; EP36729 
Teach me Thy way, O Lord; anthem for 
women s voices, S.S.A. [by] Claude L. 
i-ichthorn, text from the Psalms. ffPub 

S?f r J "°u 15343) ® oliver Ditson Co. ' 
Philadelphia; 20May49; EP37091. 

FIDANZINI, VIERI, 1909- 
Fuego azul; bolero, versos de Enrique 
Cadicamo, musica de Vieri Fidanzmi. 
© Editorial Musical Arpegio Buenos 
Aires; 30jul48; EF1247?. ' BUenos 

FIEGEL, EDWIN J. 
Keep your head, not your heart. See 
Hall, David. 
Tipsy over you. See Hall, David. 

FEEHN, ERIK THEODOR, 1907- 
(Apollo revyen, 1944) Napoleon swing; 
[from] Apollo revyen, 1944, tekst: Knud 
Pheiffer, musik: Erik Fiehn. © Jac. 
Boesens musikforlag, a.s., Kjobenhavn; 
15jan44; EF13268. ' 

FIELD, STANA. §ee 
Fields, Gracie. 

FIELDING, EVELYN. 
Down San Bernardino way; lyric by Bert 
Ohrlin music by Evelyn Fielding [and) 
Nea e Wrightman. © Neale Wrigtuman 
Publishers, San Bernardino, Calif.- 
25May49; EP37250. 

FIELDS, DOROTHY. 

Annie get your gun. See Berlin, Irving. 
FIELDS, GRACIE. 
Song of the mountains. See Ortelli, Toni 
The glass mountain. 

Song of the mountains. See Ortelli, Toni 
La montanara. 



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FIELDS, HAROLD. 
Another day. See Hurst, Dane. 

The bells of home. See Blitz, Leonard. 

Beside you. See Bradbury, Stan. 

Bobbing up and down like this; words & 
musxc by Howard Barnes and Harold 
Fields. © Campbell -Connelly, inc., 
New York; 10Mar49; EP36508. 

The echo told me a lie. See Jack, Peter. 

It happened in Adano; by Don Pelosi & 
Harold Fields. © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York; 16May49; 
EF13478. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation. 
Kiss me goodnight. See Rosas, Juvenito. 
Sobre las olas. 

North Star; piano solo composed by Harold 
Fields. © Southern Music Publishing 
Co., ltd., London; HNov48; EF13224. 
When you're in love. See John, Dominic. 

You're wonderful; My angel, words and 
music by Don Pelosi and Harold Fields. 
© Magna Music Co., London; 3Dec48; 
EF12032. 

FIELDS, HERBERT. 
Annie get your gun. See Berlin, Irving. 

FIELDS, IRVING, 1915- 

Chlna doll rumba. Mufiequtta China. 
Spanish words by Jose Arvelo, music 
by Irving Fields. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 10Nov48; EP34730. 
Spanish words. 

The Walter Thornton rumba; lyric by 
Albert Gamse, music by Irving Fields. >f 
[Piano arr. by George SumnerJ © "Pops 
Music Co., New York; 10Feb49; EP34735. 

FIGARO, pseud. See 
Iseborg, Harry. 

FILAS, THOMAS J 1908- 

The humanitarian; march, by Thomas J. 
Filas. © Will Rosslter, Chicago; 8Jun49; 
EP37393. For piano. 
Video on the march. See Ballantine, Eddie. 

FILIBELLO, pseud . See 
Bellobuono, Filippo. 

FILIP, FRANK, 1903- 
Wiener Melodie. Aus dem Donaufilm 

[Wiener Melodie] Worte von Albin 
lonnert, Musik von Frank Filip. 
© A-Tempo-Verlag, Karl Wewerka & Co., 
Wien; Heft 1-2, 2Mar47; EF12924, 12923. 

FILKINS, GUY CHAMBERS. 
I waited for the Lord. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy, Felix. 

FILLMORE, CHARLES M 
Sweethearts' lyric by Riley W. Geary, 

music by Chas. M. Fillmore. Phoenix, 

Ariz., R. W. Geary Publications. © Riley 

W. Geary; 15Feb49; EP34304. 
Your heart for me; lyric by Riley W. 

Geary, music by Chas. M. Fillmore. 

Phoenix, Ariz., R. W. Geary Publications. 

© Riley W. Geary; 15Feb49; EP34305. 

FILLMORE, FRED A. 
God's wonderful garden. See Roush, 
Frank Elgar. 

FINE, SYLVIA. 
Eileen; words by Sylvia Fine and Max Lieb- 
man, music by Sylvia Fine. © M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York; 16May49; 
EP36937. 

FINKE, JOHNNY. 
Tie a little love on your Christmas tree 
this year; lyric by CoUins Driggs, music 
by Johnny Finke. © Piantadosl Music 
Publications, Encino, Calif.: 27Dec48; 
EP33986. 

FIN LEY, LORRAINE NOEL. 
Eri tu che macchiavi. See Verdi, 
Giuseppe. Un ballo in maschera. 



FINN, ARTHUR. 

Merry-go-round waltz; by Jimmy Kennedy 
and Arthur Finn. Adapted from a theme 
by Juventino Rosas. © Shapiro, Bernstein 
& Co., inc., New York; 27Apr49; 
EP36726. 

Merry-go-round waltz; by Jimmy Kennedy 
and Arthur Finn. Adapted from a theme 
by Juventino Rosas, arr. by Jack Mason. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New 
York; HMay49; on arrangement; 
EP36769. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 



FINNEY, 
Randle. 



HARRY W. 

See Hall, David. 



FIORE, FRANCESCO. 
See Piedigrotta [Globo] 

FIORENTINO, FRANCISCO. 
Agua de porno; tango, letra y musica de 
Francisco Florentine © Editorial Argen- 
tina de Musica Internacional, s. de r. 
ltda., Buenos Aires; 8Jun48; EF13067. 

FIORENZA, NATALE. 
The quiz kids of America rag; for accor- 
dion, [by] Natale Fiorenza. © Natale 
Fiorenza; 16May49; EP37255. 
William Penn polka; for accordion, [by] 
Natale Fiorenza. © Natale Fiorenza; 
16May49; EP37256. 

[FIRSTENBERG, PAUL] 1933- 
Sweet music; words and music by Paul 
Pollard [pseud.J © Paul Flrstenberg; 
25Apr49, EP36245. 

FISCHER, J OH ANN KASPAR FERDINAND, 
1650-1746. 

Suite no. 4 in D minor; [by] Johann Kaspar 
Ferdinand Fischer, [arr. by Fritz Rikko] 
© Mercury Music Corp., New York; 
15Apr49; on arrangement & realization of 
basso continuo; EP36013. Score (2 vio- 
lins, 2 violas and keyboard) and parts, 
including violoncello. 

FISCHER, PAUL B 
(Sighing shall flee away) Jesus will come, 
from Sighing shall flee away, [by] Paul 
B. Fischer, arr. by Merrill Dunlop. 
© Paul B. Fischer; lFeb49 (in notice: 
1948); EP34042. 

FISCHER-HUGNE, CARIN. 
Tre sanger. See Udden, Ake. 

FISHER, DORIS. 
(Make believe ballroom) The way the twig 
is bent; by Allan Roberts and Doris 
Fisher. From the picture Make believe 
ballroom. © Mood Music Co., inc., New 
York; 27Apr49; EP36516. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

FISHER, ETHEL. 
Sometime there will be someone; words and 
music by Dorothy May Morgan and Ethel 
Fisher. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48, EP33448. 

FISHER, EVALIE M 
Boating party, piano solo, by Evalie M. 

Fisher. © Carl Fischer, inc., New 

York; 2Mar49, EP34964. 
Surfboat ride; piano solo, by Evalie M. 

Fisher. ([Pub. order no.] P2548) © Carl 

Fischer, inc., New York; 4Apr49; 

EP35702. 

FISHER, FATS, pseud . See 
Pelosi, Al. 

FISHER, FRED. 
Chicago; words and music by Fred Fisher. 
© Fred Fisher Music Co., inc., New 
York; 7Feb49; EP34159. 

(When my baby smiles at me) Oui, oui, 
Marie. Wee, wee, Marie. [From] When 
my baby smiles at me. Lyric by Alfred 
Bryan and Joe McCarthy, music by Fred 
Fisher. [Arr. by George N. Terry] 
© Fred Fisher Music Co., inc. New York; 
2QDec48; on arrangement; EP33254. 
English words. 



FISHER, H E 

Underneath the Broadway moon, words and 
music by H. E. Fisher. © Nordyke 
Publtshlng Co., Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48; 
EP32982. 

FISHER, KATHERINE DANFORTH, 1913- 
The Beatitudes; for chorus and organ, text 
from St. Matthew, music by Katherine 
Danforth Fisher. © Katherine Danforth 
Fisher; 25Mar49; EU168389. 

FISHER, MARK. 
Everywhere you go; words and music by 
Larry Shay, Joe Goodwin, and Mark 
Fisher. A Johnny Warrington arrangement. 
© Lombardo Music, inc., New York; 
2Feb49; on arrangement; EP34795. Piano 
-conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

FISHER, MARVE. 
Old timer. See Alexander, Jeff. 

FISHER, RUBY. 
Oh, you darling I Oh, you devil! I adore 
you; by Sy Oliver, Dick Jacobs [and] 
Ruby Fisher. © Johnstone -Montei, inc., 
New York; 15Apr49; EP35749. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

FISHER, VACLAV F. 

Good time polka. See Weber, Ernest. 

Kirmess waltz, orchestra arrangement by 
Vaclav F. Fisher. (Publication no. 518) 
© Vitak-Elsnic Co., Chicago; 10Aug48; 
on arrangement; EP34318. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

FISHMAN, JACK. 
Carnival time. See Cassen, Eddie. 
Mountain polka. See Jungman, Henry. 

FITCH, THEODORE F 
Christ suffered for us; for 4-part chorus of 
mixed voices, S.A.T.B. a cappella, text 
adapted from I Peter II: 21-24 [and] I 
Peter IV:11, music by Theodore F. Fitch. 
(TPubl. order no.] CM 6475) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 4Feb49; EP34915. 

FITCHLEE, CHARLES. 
Where the sweet violeta grows; words and 
music by Charles Fitchlee [Arr. by 
Walter W Newcomer] © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; 
EP32924. 

F1TELBERG, JERZY. 

Saber dance. See Khachaturian, Aram n'ich. 
Gayane. 

The silly chick; a children's opera in 1 act, 
by Jerzy Fitelberg, text by Neil Brant, arr. 
for 1 or 2 pianos and percussion by the 
composer. © Jerzy Fitelberg & Neil 
Brant; 21Apr49; DU19649. Piano-vocal 



FITTELBERG, GREGOR. 
Bluette. See Taneev, Aleksandr 

Sergeevicli. 
Crimean dance. See Musorgskii, Modest 

Petrovich. 
Dance of the maidens. See Vasilenko, 

Sergei Nikiforovich. Hindu suite. 
Etude. See Skriabin, Aleksandr Nikolaevich. 

Etude, piano. 

Fantastic dance, no. 1. 

Dmitrii Dmitrievich. 

Fantastic dance, no. 2. 

Dmitrii Dmitrievich. 

Fantastic dance, no. 3. See Shostakovich, 

Dmitrii Dmitrievich. 
Gavotte. Se£ Prokof'ev, Sergei 

Sergeevich. 
Hindu dance. See Vasilenko, Sergei 

Nikiforovich ."TTindu suite. 
Improvisation. See Kabalevskii, Dmitrii 

Borisovich. 
Malayan dance. See Gliere, Reinhold 
Moritsevich. RWpoppy. 



See Shostakovich, 
See Shostakovich, 



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FITTELBERG, GREGOR. Cont'd. 
Mar che miniature. See Chaikovskii, Petr 

Il'ich. Suite, no. 1. 
Montagues and Capulets. See Prokof'ev, 

Sergei Sergeevich. Romeo and Juliet. 
Three preludes. See Zhelobinskii, 

Valerii Viktorovlch". 
Waltz from the opera The son of the son. 

See Vasilenko, Sergei Nikif or ovich. The 

son of the sun. 

FITZGERALD, GERALD. 
Heaven is made of things like these. See 
Spross, Charles Gilbert. 

FITZPATRICK, MIMI. 
You can't blame a gal. 



See Hall, David. 



FLAGG, MARION ELIZABETH. 
Musical learning; a guide to child growth. 
195 p. Ulus. © C. C. Birchard & Co., 
Boston; 14Mar49; A3 13 78. 

FLANAGAN. RALPH. 
"A ' - you re adorable. See Lippman, 

Sidney. 
Far away places. See Kramer, Alexander 

Charles. 
I don't see me in your eyes any more. 

See Weiss. George. 

I get up ev'ry morning. See Lubin, Joe. 

The moon is always bigger on a Saturday 

night. See Roberts, Ruth. 
Pal-ing around with you. See Keyes, 

Gladys. _ 
Schone Madel. See Rodney, Don. 
Tell me a story. See Stock, Lawrence. 
Thank you. See Mendelsohn, Jack. 

FLANDREAU, JOHN HOWARD, 1921- 
Water and wine; words and music by John 
H. Flandreau. © John Howard Flandreau: 
30Dec48; EP35490. 

FLANNERY, AGNES VERONICA, 1879- 
Easter victory; words by O. E. Harvey, 

music by Agnes V. Flannery. © Agnes 

V. (Veronica) Flannery & Oralando Emery 

Harvey; ljan49; EP36123. 
Easter victory; words by O. E. Harvey, 

music by Agnes V. Flannery. © O. E. 

Harvey; 24Jan49; EP34271. 

FLECHTNER, LOUISE M. 
My son. See Rogers, Jimmy. 

FLEIJEL, BENGT. 
Sweden in music. See Ollen, Olof. 

FLETCHER, MALCOLM D. 
No more amour. See Hall, David. 

FLETCHER, WYLMA HORTENSE, 1917- 
Just follow Him; arr. by E. Allen, words 
and musicby W. Fletcher. © Wylma 
Hortense Fletcher; 5May49; EP37080. 

FLETT, BARBE, 1929- 
A pair of silver spurs and a sombrero; 
music and lyrics by Barbe Flett. 
© Favorite Music Co., Guelph, Ont.; 
10May49; EF13344. 

FLEWELLj EDITH L 
For you I m lonely and oh, so blue; words 

and music by Edith L. Flewell. © Edith 

L. Flewell; 31Dec48; EP33867. 
Our Old Glory, the only emblem of universal 

peace; words and melody by Edith L. 

Flewell. © Edith L. Flewell; 31Dec48; 

EP33869. For voice and piano. 
Taps and reveille; words by Florence 

Stebbins, music by Edith L. Flewell. 

© Florence Stebbins; 31Dec48; EP33868. 

FLINT, ANNIE JOHNSON. 
Prayer and praise in song. See McOuat, 
Floy Lewis. 



FLORA, PEARL. 
Mom, the soldier's sweetheart; words and 
music by Pearl Flora. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP32983. 

FLOREN, MYRON, 1919- 

Skating waltz in swing; novelty accordion 
solo, by Myron Floren. © Alfred Music 
Co., inc., New York; 23Jun49; EP37963. 

Swingin' in Vienna; novelty accordion solo, 
by Myron Floren. © Alfred Music Co., 
inc., New York; 23Jun49; EP37962. 

FLORENCE, RUTH, 1895- 
Reward; words by Alan W. Thwaites, music 
by Ruth Florence. © Ruth Florence Mc- 
Lean; 13Dec48; EP32603. 

FLORENTINE. Sister. 1891- 
Mass in honor of Our Lady of Fatima; for 
2 equal voices [by]Sr. M. Florentine. 
© McLaughlin & Re illy Co., Boston; 
24Feb49; EP35335. 

FLORY, LINDA C. 
Big Ben. See Hall, David. 

[FLOTOW, FRIEDRICH VON] 1812-1883. 
(Martha) Ah I so fair; from Martha [by 
Friedrich von Flotowl, arr. [by] Forrest 
L. Buchtel. (Ed. no. D-2010) © Neil A. 
Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 12Apr49; on 
arrangement; EP36489. Score (2 instru- 
ments and piano) and parts for clarinets. 

FLUSS, STARR VON, pseud . See 
Fluss, Stella D. 

FLUSS, STELLA D 
On the sawdust trail; words and music by 
Starr Von Fluss [pseud. j, arr. by Dan J. 
Michaud. (In The Good Samaritan, v. 5, 
no. 7. p. [12]J © Stella D. Fluss; 15Feb49; 
B5-9678. 

FLYNN, ALLAN. 
Beyond the blue mountains. See Remsen, 

Alice. 
(Music man) I could swear it was you; 

from the picture, Music man, by Phil 

Brito, Larry Stock [and] Allan Flynn. 

© Laurel Music Co., New York; 250ct48; 

EP35019. For voice and piano, with chord 

symbols. 
Our love song. See Weingarten, David. 

[FLYNN, FAYE F ] 1903- 

Christmas for me is where you are; music 
and lyric by F. Faye [pseud.] © Faye F. 
Flynn; 16Nov48; EP34021. 

FLYNN, PETER, pseud . See 
Coldrey, Albert George Jeffery. 

FLYNN, WILLIAM. 

Australian Christmas; by Allan Ryan & 
William Flynn. © Allan & Co., pty. ltd., 
Melbourne, Australia; 5Nov48; EF12739. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Good night, Mr. Moon; words and music by 
Allan Ryan and William Flynn. © Allan 
& Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne, Australia; 
30Oct48; EF12742. 

FOBBE, BETTY. 
Why do you haunt me? Words and music 
by Betty Fobbe. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Callt; 21Jul48; EP32984. 

FOCH, DIRK. 
Java sketches; for piano, by Dirk Foch. 
Op. 46. © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
3lDec48; EP33633. 

FODERL, KARL, 1885- 
Ein rotes Lebzeltherz; Bauern-Tango. 
Worte: Erich Meder, Musik: Karl Foderl. 
© Josef Weinberger. Wien; lFeb49 (in 
notice: 1947); EF12343. 

A Tunnel; lustiger Fox, Worte: Erich Meder, 
Musik: Karl Foderl. © Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) K. G., Music Pub- 
lisher, Wien; 2!Oct48; EF12631. 



FORSTER, HANS. 
Chant sans paroles, 
n'ich. 



See Chaikovskii, Petr 



FOIACK, REINHOLD. 

Alskar du, sa alskar jag [rytmisk visa] 
Text o musik: Reinhold Foiack. © Sonora 
musiBorlags AB, Stockholm; ljan48; 
EF11791. 

Kommer, kommer ej, [foxtrot], musik 
och text: Reinhold Foiack, arrangement: 
Thore Ehrllng. © Ehrllng & Lofvenholm 
AB., Stockholm; ljan47; on arrangement; 
EF11768. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 

Kommer, kommer ej; [rytmisk visa], 
musik & text Reinhold Foiack. 
© Ehrling & LOfvenholm, Stockholm; 
ljan46; EF11767. 

Mane over Oresund, tango, musik: Reinhold 
Foiack, arr.: Julius Jacobsen. (With 
Bergstrom, Gulli. Pa garden star en 
musikant) © Ehrling & Lofvenholm ab 
Stockholm; ljan47; EF11799. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

Valsen om Marcel, en valse musette, 
text och musik fby] Reinhold Foiack. 
© Ehrling & Lofvenholm A.-B., Stock- 
holm; ljan46; EF11796. 

Valsen om Marcel, en valse musette, 
text och musik: Reinhold Foiack, 
arr.: Thore Ehrling. © Ehrling 
& Lofvenholm A. B., Stockholm; ljan46; 
on arrangement; EF11795. Parts: 
orchestra; with words. 

FOJTIK, SONJA ADA, 1938- 
A Christmas carol* words and music by 
Sonja Ada Foitik. © Sonja Ada Fojtik; 
10Dec48; EP33921. 

FOLDES, ANDOR. 

Prelude in C. See Prokof'ev, Sergei 
Sergeevich. 

FOLEY, ADRIAN. 
Homeland; words by Sonny Miller, music by 
Adrian Foley. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 31May49; EF13461. 

Theme for romance. See Richardson, 
Clive. 

FOLEY, DAN. 
(Alaska right away) What in the world? 
By Dan Foley. [From] the Mask and Wig 
club of the Univ. of Pennsylvania 
production, Alaska right away. © Clay 
Boland, inc., Philadelphia; lMar49; 
EP34531. For voice and piano. 

Dusty dreams. See Ludlow, Hank. Alaska 

right away. 
Square dance Tennessee. See Turner, Zeb. 

Tit for tat) words and music by Jenny Lou 
Carson and Red Foley. © Home Folks 
Music, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; 
EP34648. 

FOLEY, ROLLA. 
Come, tell me. See Krone, Beatrice 

(Perham). 
Our prayer. See Krone, Beatrice (Perham). 
Sweetest red rose. See Krone, Beatrice 

(Perham). 

FOLGER, BILLY. 
I need someone who cares. See Skarning, 

Lou. 
My echo song; words and music by Billy 
Folger. © Adams, Vee & Abbott inc 
Chicago; 23May49, EP37955. 

FONDA, FRANK. 
Chubby Jackson's 4 position system, 5 string 
bass method. See Jackson, Chubby. 

FONFRIAS ANGEL I 
Malquerida; letra y musica de Angel I 
Fonfrias. © Peer International Corp. 
New York; 19May49, EP37612. 

FONT, EMIL. 
My heart remembers. See Buck, Ronald. 



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FONTAINE, GENE. 
More than words can say. See Livernash, 

Will. 

fontAnez, paco. 

Mi vida es otra; corrido de Paco Fontanez. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s.a., Mexico; 22Dec48; 
EF13202. For voice and piano. 

Triste recuerdo; cancion ranchera ae 
Paco Fontanez. © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica Internacional, s.a., Mexico; 
22Dec48; EF13201. For voice and piano. 

FONTENOY, MARC, pseud . See 
Schwab, Alexandre. 

FORBES, GEORGE. 
I've learned my lesson. See Hall, David. 

FORBES, WATSON. 

A book of classical pieces; transcribed 
by Watson Forbes. © The Oxford Univ. 
Press, London, HNov48; on arrange- 
ment, EF12858. Score (viola and piano) 
and part. 

Country dances. See Beethoven, Ludwig 
van. 

Sonata. See Orr, Robin. Sonata, viola 
& piano. 

Sonata da camera. See Corelli, Arcangelo. 

FORCE, H. 
Beautiful rose of Tennessee. See Ancheta, 
Lamberto L. 

FORD, FRANCES. 
Emperor waltz. See Strauss, Johann. 

FORD, KATE HAWKINS. 
My beautiful America. See Thomas, 
Millard. 

FORD, THOMAS. 
There is a lady sweet and kind. See Hind, 
John. 

FORD, VIRGINIA. 
Cowpuncher's polka. See Ringle, Dave. 

FORD, WARREN L 
Mollie and I, words and music by Warren L. 
Ford. © Nordyke Publishing Co , Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33161. 

FORDYCE, EDGAR WASHINGTON, 1874- 
Old Glory cheer song; [by E. Washington 
Fordyce] © Edgar Washington Fordyce; 
2Apr49; EP35674. For voice and piano. 
Contains Flag song and March song. 
FOREE, MEL. 
Juke box gal. See Casey, Claude. 

FOREMAN BILL, pseud . See 
Mackintosh, Bill C. 

FOREMAN, CAROLYN S. 
Won't you say it again? See Buck, 
Ronald. 

FORNEY, EVELYNA. 
African dances. See Davis, Ralph. 

FORREST, BESSIE. See 
Brenner , Bessie Forrest. 

FORREST, GEORGE. 
Song of Norway choral selection. See 
Grieg, Edvard Hagerup. Works. 

FORRESTER, MRS . N. B. 
A picture. See Hall, David. 

FORSMAN-KOSKTMIES, A. W. 
Souda, souda sinisorsa. See Sibelius, 
Jean. 

FORSTER, GERTRUDE. 
Dark is the night. See Bogoslavsky, NiMta. 
Two soldiers. 



Kostya the sailor. 
Two soldiers. 



See Bogoslavsky, Nlkita. 



FORSYTHE, CHARLES HENRY, 1892- 
The heart of Loch Lomond; by Art Noel 
[pseud.] Fats Fisher [pseud.] & Chas. 
Forsythe. © Unit Music Publishing Co., 
sole owners: Unit Productions, ltd., Lon- 
don; 12Jul48; EF12875. For voice and 
piano; melody also in tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion. 

FORT, ELEANOR H 1912- 

I didn't know the gun was loaded. See 

Leventhal, Herb. 
Let the good things happen; by Hank Fort. 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 

York; 8Jun49; EP37626. For voice and 

piano, with chord symbols. 
Nashville's such a friendly place; words 

and music by Hank Fort. © Eleanor H. 

Fort; 24Feb49; EP34377. 
Put your shoes on, Lucy, by Hank Fort. 

© Bourne, inc.. New York; 7Mar49 

(in notice: 1947); EP34853. For voice 

and piano, with chord symbols. 
Zingarella. See Candell, Thomas P. 

FORT, HANK. See 
Fort, Eleanor H. 

FORT, PAUL. 
La ronde. See Plantard, Rolande. 

FORTIN, ROSE ORELIE. 
My Irene. See West, Robert Haight. 

FORTINI, EDMONDO. 

Bruna Maria; versi di F. Morini, musica 
di E. Fortini. © Edizioni Musicali 
Canzoni Moderne, Roma; 19Nov45; 
EF12501. For voice and mandolin or 
accordion. 

FORTNER, FLORENCE. 
It's heavenly. See Hall, David. 

FORTNER, RED, 1895- 

Ask my heart; words and music by Red 
Fortner. [A Jean Walz arrangement] 
© Adams, Vee & Abbott, inc., Chicago- 
8jun49; EP37970. 

I can't think of love without you, words and 
music by Red Fortner. © Adams, Vee & 
Abbott, inc., Chicago, 23May49; EP37969. 

Then I turned and walked slowly away. 
See Arnold, Eddy. 

FORTUNA. 
Noche de estio. See Vassalottl. 

FOSBERG, NORMA. 
She's a hot tamale from Chile, [by] Norma 
Fosberg [words by] Esther Malchiodi. 
© Song Writers' Cooperative, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 26Mar49, EP35497. 

FOSS, EFFIE O. 
God worketh in me. See Harris, Thoro. 

FOSS, FRANK RONALD. 

God s telephone. See Gilb, Freda Arvella. 
A good rims with a purpose. See Gilb, 

Freda A. 

The merry heart. See Gilb, Freda A. 

The tree of life. See Gilb, Freda A. 

FOSS, HUBERT, 1899- 
The bargain; [by] Hubert Foss, [words 
by] Sir Philip Sidney. (Choral songs, 
no. 1206) © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London; 9Jun49; EF13566. For unison 
chorus and piano; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation. 

Easter tidings; a seasonal anthem for small 
choirs, music by Hubert Foss, text 
adapted by the composer from verses by 
B. H. Alexander and from a French Easter 
carol. (York series, no. 1515) © Banks 
& Son, York ; Eng.; 29Mar49; EF12727. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and organ. 



She walks in beauty; [by] Hubert Foss, 
the poem from Hebrew melodies by 
Lord Byron. (Choral songs, no. 1207) 
© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 
9Jun49; EF13565. For unison chorus and 
piano; melody also in tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion. 

FOSS, SAM WALTER. 
The house by the side of the road.' See 
Rizzi, Alba. 

FOSTER, DAVE. 
TiU all our dreams come true. See 
O'Connor, Desmond. 

FOSTER, FAY. 

Faith triumphant, by Florence Tarr and 
Fay Foster, arr. for S.A.T.B. voices 
by Wm. Stickles. (Choral library, no. 505) 
© Chas. H. Hansen Music Co., New York; 
21Dec48; EP32772. 

"Farewell to yesterday; song, words by 
Florence Tarr, music by Fay Foster. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
8Feb49; EP34783. 

Rapture, song, words by Florence Tarr, 
music by Fay Foster. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York, 21Apr49; 
EP36168. 

FOSTER, IVOR REGINALD, 1904- 
Both together; four duets by Ivor R. Foster. 
Op. 40. © Walsh, Holmes & Co., ltd., 
London; 28Aug48; EF11612. For piano 
4 hands. 

FOSTER, STEPHEN COLLINS. 
Early California from Spanish times 
to the Gold Rush. See Choate, Robert. 

Oh! Susanna. See Ronell, Ann. 

Swanee River, [by Stephen Foster] S. A.T.t : .. 
a cappella ad. lib., with optional solo for 
medium voice, arr. by Allen Griffith 

I pseud.] (Octavo no. 961) © Belwin, inc., 
Jew York; 7Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33483. 

FOURNIER, LEAH. 
In the garden where love and roses bloomed-, 
words and music by Leah Founder. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33549. 

FOUSER, CHARLES ELLIOTT. 
I will lift up mine eyes; by Charles Elliott 
Fouser. [Ann Arbor, Mich., Edwards 
Bros.] © Mrs. Charles E. Fouser; 
2May49; EP37163. Score: SATB and 
organ. 

FOUSSE, HARRY. 
It's about time; words by Ray Vingi and 
Art Hersh, music by Harry Fousse. 
© George M. Gates Music Publications, 
New York; lApr49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35421. 

FOUTS, SAMUEL GORDON. 
Round-up time in heaven. See Payne, 
Yale Eugene. 

FOVARGUE, EVA. 
Forty-four tunes for movement classes, 
composed by Eva Fovargue. © Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London, 18May49; 
EF13290. For piano. 

FOWLER, TOM. 
You can t keep Granny in her rockin' chair 
See Ringle, Dave. 

FOWLER, WALLACE ,191 7- 
Wally Fowler s Oak Ridge Quartet song 
book; gospel songs, spirituals [and] 
hymns [by Wally Fowler, and others] 
© Wallace Fowler Publications, inc., 
Nashville; bk.l, 7Feb49; EP34321. 

FOWLES W. 

We thank Thee, O God, for a prophet. See 
Norton, Mrs. 



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FOWLKES, WILLIAM. 
You're the sweetest little something in the 
world, words and music by William 
Fowlkes, Jr. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48; EP32712. 

FOX, ALLEN C 
Oklahoma cutie; words and music by Allen 
C. "Red" Fox. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 10Mar49; 
EP35325. 
Wandering. See Cooley, D. C. 



See Snyder, Henry 



FOX, LEWIS C. 
Paging Mr. Bluebird. 
Nichols. 

FOX, LILLIAN MOHR, 1894 arr. 

La Jesucita. Little Jessie, S.S.A. Dance 
song of Mexico and Spanish California, 
arr. by Lillian Mohr Fox. ([Pub. order] 
no. 1515) © C, C. Birchard & Co., 
Boston; HMar49; on arrangement; 
EP35397. English words. 

FOX, OSCAR J 1879- 

Corn silks and cotton blossoms; southern 
plantation song. High in E flat. Words 
by Whitney Montgomery, music by Oscar 
J. Fox. © Southern Music Co., San 
Antonio; 15Feb49; EP35013. 

Corn silks and cotton blossoms; southern 
plantation song. Low in C. Words by 
Whitney Montgomery, music by Oscar J. 
Fox. © Southern Music Co., San Antonio; 
15Feb49; EP35012. 

Haunted heart; music by Oscar J. Fox, 
words by Don Blanding. High [voice] 
in C. © Southern Music Co., San Antonio; 
13jun49 (in notice: 1948); EP37882. 

FOX, RED, pseud. See 
Fox, Allen C. 

FRAGER, PHILIP. 
Out of my dream, into my heart. See 
Moore, Barbara. 

FRAGNA, ARMANDO, 1896- 
L'onorevole Bricolle, valzer grottesco; 
musica di A. Fragna, versi di R. Morbelli. 
© Edizioni Musicali Tiber, Roma; 15Dec48; 
EF11879. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

FRAMIQUE, pseud . See 
Salabert, Eugenie. 

FRANCE, WILLIAM. 
A Christmas lullaby; Away in a manger, 
music by William France, text by 
Martin Luther. © Galaxy Music Corp., 
New York; 15Jun49; EP37706. 
My sweet sweeting; for chorus of mixed 
voices, 5 part, unacc. [by] William France, 
[words] anonymous. (Choruses for mixed 
voices, no. 1736) © Galaxy Music Corp., 
New York; 12May49; EP36999. 

FRANCHINI, IDALGO. 
Prima di te nessuna. See Favilla, Elvio. 

FRANCIS, ANNE. 
I fell in the fall of the year. See Gridley, 
Sybil. 

FRANCIS, JACK, gee 
Francis, L. A. 

FRANCIS, JOHNNY. 
My eternal love, words and music by 
Johnny Francis. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP33167. 

FRANCIS, L A 

Aloha in the morning; words and music by 
L. A. (Jack) Francis. Yakima, Wash., 
Yakima Guitar Center. © L. A. Francis; 
28Feb49; EP34596. 

FRANCIS, MAX, pseud . See 
Raio de San Lazaro, Max. 

FRANCIS, PAUL. 
Rosa. See Doyle, Ross. 



FRANCISQUE ANTHOINE. 
(Le tf esor d^Orphee) Pavane et bransles; 
from Le tresor d'Orphee [by] Anthoine 
Francisque, free transcription for harp 
by Marcel Grandjany. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
3Jun49; on transcription; EP37696. 

FRANCK, CESAR AUGUSTE, 1822-1890. 

Panis angelicus; for S.S.A. (or tenor) and 
baritone [by] Cesar Franck, arr. for 
junior high school chorus by Irvin Cooper. 
(Edition no. 1669) © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co., Boston; 6Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36917. 

Panis angelicus. Medium high solo and 
S.T.B. voices, [by] Cesar Franck. arr. 
by H. L. Harts. (Edition no. 1626) 
© McLaughlin & Reilly Co., Boston; 
31Dec48; on arrangement; EP34797. 

FRANCKENSTEIN, CLEMENS V. 
Schwanhild. See Graener, Paul. 

FRANCOIS, MAX, pseud . See 
Raio de San Lazaro, Max. 

FRANGKISER, CARL, 1894- 
Carl Frangkiser's Bowl parade [band 
book]; 16 solid marches for school, 
parade [and] concert. © Jenkins Music 
Co., Kansas City, Mo.; lApr49; EP36343. 
Part: cornet. 
'Myrmidon; overture [by] Carl Frangkiser. 
(Symphonic band series, no. 29) 
© Ludwig Music Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
20Jun49; EP37880. Condensed score and 
parts. 

Teach me, O God; [for] S.A.T.B., com- 
posed and arr. by Carl Frangkiser. 
(Choral series, no. 1132) © Pro Art 
Publications, New York; 17Jun49; 
EP37690. 
Three gates of gold; overture [by] Carl 
Frangkiser. © Belwin, inc., New York; 
26Jan49; EP33956. Condensed score 
(band) and parts. 

Youth marches on; march by Carl Frang- 
kiser. (Band series, no. 36) © Pro Art 
Publications, New York; 17Jun49; 
EP37478. Condensed score and parts. 

FRANK, ALFRED STEINBERG- §ee 
Steinberg-Frank, Alfred. 

FRANK, SUSIE E 
Baby, you're the one for me; words and 
music by Susie E. Frank. © Nordyke 
™ I i?!?}. ng Co -> Ho %wood, Calif.; 8Mar49; 

FRANK, WILLEM F. 
Almost seventeen. See Carney, Esther 
Loretta. 

Day dreams. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 

Do you remember? See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
Forever. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 

Happy all the day. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
I like to see the rainbow. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 



See Carney, Esther 
See Carney, 



I might have known. 

Loretta. 
I want no other girl but you. 

Esther Loretta. 
I'm an easy going fellow. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 
Marie. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
My mom and dad. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
Someday. See Carney. Esther Loretta. 
Springtime. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 

Trouble, trouble. See Carney, Esther 
Loretta. 

FRANKEL, BENJAMIN. 
(Trio, strings) String trio. Op. 3. For 
violin, viola & violoncello, [by] Benjamin 
Frankel. © Augener, ltd., London; 
10Dec48; EF13491. Parts. 



65 



FRANKEL, BESSIE BARTLETT, 1890- 
The young chief returns^ words by E. G. R. 
Young, music by Bessie Bartlett Frankel. 
© Wesley Webster, San Francisco; 
13Dec48; EP34478. 

FRANKLIN, H B 

Till I'm anchored in the port; [by] H. B. 
Franklin, [words by] Vida Munden Nixon. 
(In Llllenas, Haldor, comp. The Lillenas 
choir, book 2. p. 56-57) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; HMar49; EP37510. 
Score: chorus (SATB) 

FRANKLIN, JIMMY. See 
Franklin, Vincent. 

FRANKLIN, VINCENT, 1909- 
The laughing song; by Bobby Burns [and] 
Jimmie Franklin, arr. by Lou Halmy. 
© Jimmie Franklin Music Publications, 
Hollywood, Calif.; 25Apr49; EP36697. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

FRANTE, PATSY JOSEPH. 
One more beer polka. See Hoven, George. 

FRANZ, HAZEL. 
Somewhere, words and music by Hazel 
Franz. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48; EP32713. 

FRANZEL, AUGUSTUS. 
Mayfair parade. See Strachey, Jack. 

FRASER, DOUGAL. 
To think you loved me a little bit. See 
Hall, David. 

FRASER, JOHN FALCONER. 
Wonderful grace. See Sellers, Ernest O. 

FRASER, NORMAN, 1904- 
A phantasy; In jade green paradise sleep 
the fair, words and music by Norman 
Fraser. Four part song, S.A.T.B., with 
piano ace. for practice only. © Augener, 
ltd., London; HMar49; EF13485. 

FRATI, ENRICO. 
Hello, Mary-Lu. See Vigevani, Arnaldo. 
Preludio d'amore. See Oldrati Rossi, Renzo. 

FRAY, EVERETT, 1884- 

Crossing the bar; [by] Everett Fray, 
[words by] Tennyson. (In_his The soul 
of all music is the music of the soul, 
p. 9) © Everett Fray; 10Dec48; EP35406. 
Hymn, with music. 

Have Thine own way, Lord; |by] Everett 
Fray. (In_hls The soul of all music is 
the music of the soul. p. 6) © Everett 
Fray; 10Dec48; EP35402. Hymn, with 
music. 

Jesus, lover of my soul; [byj Everett Fray, 
[words by] Charles Wesley. (In his The 
soul of all music is the music of the soul, 
p. 3) ©Everett Fray; 10Dec48; EP35399. 
Hymn, with music. 

The mystic Christ; [by] Everett Fray. 
(In_hts The soul of all music is the music 
of the soul. p. 7) © Everett Fray; 
10Dec48; EP35403. Hymn, wHh music. 

O love that wilt not let me go; [by] Everett 
Fray, [words by] George Matheson. 
(In his The soul of all music is the music 
of the soul. p. 4) © Everett Fray 
10Dec48; EP35400. Hymn, with music. 

The secret; [byj Everett Fray, [words byl 
Ralph S. Cushman. (In his The soul of all 
music is the music of the soul. p. 8) 
© Everett Fray; 10Dec48; EP35405. 
Hymn, with music. 

The soul of all music is the music of the 
soul; [by] Everett Fray. [Waskom, Tex. 
First Methodist Church, 1948] Contents 
separately registered: EP35399-35406. 

We may not climb the heavenly steeps; 
[by] Everett Fray, [words by] John G. 
Whittier. (In, his The soul of all music is 
the music of the soul. p. 8) Everett 
Fray; 10Dec48; EP35404. Hymn, with 
music. 



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FRAY, EVERETT 1884- Cont'd 

The wondrous cross; [by] Everett Fray, 
[words by] Isaac Watts. (In. his The soul 
of all music is the music of the soul, 
p. 5) © Everett Fray; 10Dec48; EP35401. 
Hymn, with music. 

FRAY, JACQUES. 
"How to play the piano by the Jacques 
Fray speed method; by Jacques Fray 
and David A. Saperton. © Doubleday 
& Co., inc., New York; 28Apr49; 
AA115578. 

FRAZER, MARTIN J. 
All alone. See Carleton, Robert Louis. 

FRAZIER ALMA B 
If you take my Jesus today; words by J. E. 
Bradford, music by Alma B. Frazier. 
© Alma B. Frazier; 15Feb49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35448. Hymn, with music. 

FRED, HERBERT W 
Li'l Liza Jane; by Herbert W. Fred. 

© H. T. FitzSimons Co., inc., Chicago; 

HApr49; EP36111. Condensed score 

(band) and parts. 
Moods interlude; by Herbert W. Fred. 

© H. T. FitzSimons Co., inc., Chicago; 

HApr49; EP36112. Condensed score 

(band) and parts. 

FREDERICK, NORRIE 

I'm gonna have you arrested for stealing, 
words and music by Norrie Frederick. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 130ct48; EP33165 

FREDERICKSON, CARL, 1910- 
The old sea hound; music by Carl Frederick- 
son, words by Thekla Hollingsworth. 
© Captain Silver Syndicate, inc.; 13Apr49; 
EP36115. 

FREDERIKSEN ERLAND. 
(Lad tonerne fortaelle) Dream days; 
original Danish by Victor Skaarup, English 
lyrics by Carlene Mair, music by Erland 
Frederiksen. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 25Jan49; on English lyrics; 
EF12478. English words. 

FREDERIKSEN, SIGURD ERHARD, 1881- 
Rococo; suite for quartet of ancient instru- 
ments, viole pardessus, 2 viola d'amore, 
1 gamba, by Sigurd Frederiksen. 
© Sigurd Frederiksen; 25Mar49; 
EU161805. Score. 

[FREDRICK, ALICE MARIE] 
In the eyes of that little boy of mine, words 
and music by Alice Marie [pseud.] 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 70ct48, EP32859. 

FREDRIKSSON, AGNES. 
La rosita. See Ste'en-Ostling, Herbert. 

FREED, FRED, pseud. See 
Goldbaum, Friedrich. 

FREEDMAN, MAX C 
Dreamy old New England moon; by Morty 
Berk, Frank Capano, [and] Max C. Freed- 
man. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
28Mar49; EP35328. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
Dreamy old New England moon; by Morty 
Berk, Frank Capano [and] Max C. Freed- 
man, arr. by Carl Brandt. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 28Mar49; on arrange- 
ment, EP35331. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

Dreamy old New England moon; by Morty 
Berk, Frank Capano [and] Max C. Freed- 
man, background arrangement by Joe 
Leahy. Female vocal. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 31Mar49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35712. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 



Dreamy old New England moon; by Morty 
Berk, Frank Capano [and] Max C. Freed- 
man, background arrangement by Joe 
Leahy. Male vocal. © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 31Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP357I1. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

The sister of Sioux City Sue: words and 
music by Dick Thomas ana Max C. Freed- 
man. © Edwin H. Morris & Co., inc., New 
York; 7Feb49, on new lyrics; EP34163. 

FREEMAN, C. DENIS. 
The kid from Camden town. See Gibbons, 
Carroll. Trottie True. 
White wings. See Winter, Banks. Trottie 
true. 

FREEMAN, CAROLYN R. 
Light on the hills. See Lillenas, Haldor. 
Wonderful story. See Lillenas, Haldor. 

FREEMAN, ELSIE. 
Reservoir Hill. See Buck, Ronald. 

FREEMAN, HAROLD L ed. 

"Album of concert music; ed. with annota- 
tions by Harold L. Freeman. © Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc., New 
York; v.l, 24Jan47; on annotations, editing 
& compilation; EP34521. Score (clarinet 
and piano) and part. 

FREEMAN, HOUSTON. 
Prisoner s last letter. See HaU, David. 

FREEMAN, MYRA DEANE. 
Lest others forget; words and music by 
Myra Deane. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; EP36901. 

FREEMAN, WARREN SAMUEL. 
Lesson plans for teaching vocal music. 
See Graham, Percy Perry. 

Recordings for the elementary school. 
See Leavitt, Helen Sewall. 

FREIER, KURT, 1890- 
May God bless you; lyrics and music by 
Kurt Freier. © Kurt Freier; 15Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP33898. 

FRENCH, EDWARD ROWLAND, 1896- 
When you ring my number [by Bud French] 
© Edward Rowland French, sole owner of 
Top Tunes Co., Ocean City, N. J.; 10Dec48; 
EP34476. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

FRENCH, RICHARD EIS. 
I'm gonna romance the missus again. See 

Stutz, Irving Bernard. 
Melissa. See Stutz, Irving Bernard. 

FREUDENBERG, EVA. 
Dreaming of Italy. See Hall, David. 

FREUDENTHAL, JOSEF, 1903- 
Let us sing unto the Lord; Psalm 95, 
sacred song [by] Josef Freudenthal. 
( [Pub. order no.] T. V. 475) © Trans- 
continental Music Corp., New York; 
26Mar49; EP35240. 
Song of the Palmach. See Goldman, Maurice. 

FREY, MRS . FREDERICK E. 
Trust Him. See Lowden, C. Harold. 

FREY, FRITZ. 
It's a long, long trail from the Rio to the 
Red, words and music by Fritz Frey. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 7Dec48; EP32848. 

FREY, HUGO. 
Git a-movin'. See O'Hara, Geoffrey. 

Music for millions, a collection of famous 
piano classics, [transcriptions by Hugo 
Frey] © J. J. Robblns & Sons, inc., 
New York; v.4, 24Jan49; EP33980. 

Piano notes for beginners. See Burke, 
Bette. 



FREY, MARTIN, 1872-1946. 
*Aus Bledermeier-Tagen, sleben Tanze 
fur die Jugend fur pianoforte, komponlert 
von Martin Frey. © Associated Music 
Publishers, Inc., New York (In notice: 
F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig), 10Oct21, 
EF12317. 

FRIEBIS, AUG. 
Aurora; overture, by Aug. Friebls, arr. 
by L. W. Chidester. © Southern Music 
Co., San Antonio; 22jun49, on arrange- 
ment, EP37932. Condensed score (band) 
and parts. 

FRIED LAND, ANATOL. 
My little dream girh words by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert, music by Anatol Friedland [arr. 
by Lou Singer] © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York; 23Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34419. 

FRIEDMAN, IGNAZ. 
Brandenburg concerto no. 3. See Bach, 

Johann Sebastian. 
Gavotte. See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

Morning song. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. Wacnet auf, ruft uns die 
Stimme. 

Siciliano. See Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

FRIEDMAN, KALMEN. 
Songs for my people. See Mann, Adolph. 

FRIEDMAN, RICHARD H. 
There's a place in my heart. See Peckjian, 
Arnold J. 

FRIEDRICH, PAUL. 
Pierrot och manen. See Ralf, Einar. 

FRIEND, CLIFF. 
Dream baby. See Powell, Teddy. 

There's yes! yesl in your eyes. See 

Santly, Jos. H. 
Two little new little blue little eyes. See 

Powell, Teddy. 

FRIML, RUDOLPH, 1881- 

L'amour, toujours l'amour. Love ever- 
lasting. Four part male voices, 
T.T.B.B., words by Catherine Chisholm 
Cushing, French version by Roger Casini, 
music by Rudolf Friml, arr. by Joseph 
Wood. (Radio choral series 9-H8009) 
© Harms, inc.. New York; 8Nov48; on 
arrangement; EP33825. 

(The firefly) Donkey serenade; for the 
piano by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart, 
arr. for piano duet by Eric Steiner. 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 15Feb49; 
on arrangement; EP35932. 

(The firefly) Giannina mla; from The fire- 
fly by Rudolf Friml, arr. for piano duet 
by Eric Steiner. © G. Schirmer, lnc> 
New York; 10Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP35933. 

(The firefly) Sympathy; waltz from The 
firefly, by Rudolf Friml, arr. for piano 
duet by Eric Steiner. © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 10Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP35931. 

FRISCH, ALBERT THEODORE, 1916- 
Let's harmonize; by Kay Twomey, Fred 
Wise, [and] Al Fnsch. © Oxford Music 
Corp., New York; 29jun49, EP38000. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Pralrleland polka; words and music by 
Milton Leeds [pseud.] Fred Wise and 
Al Frisch. © Alamo Music, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 26Jan49; EP34137. 

FRISK, SVEND, pseud . See 
Levison, K. F. 

FRISKIN, JAMES. 
Chorale prelude. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. 

FRITZ-GUSTAF, pseud . See 
Sundelof, Fritz Gustaf . 



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frCding, gustaf. 

En balfantasi. See Mortensen, Otto. 
Titania. See Peterson-Berger, W. 
Tre karinger i en backe. See Perga- 

ment, Moses. 
Ur Kung'Eriks visor. See Haquinius, Algot. 
Varldens gang. See Pergament, Moses. 
Vinternatt. gee Mortensen, Otto. 

FROHMAN, BELVA. 
Kind of homesick. See Hall, David. 

FROSDtt, P1ETRO, 1885- 

Loveliness; valse caprice, an original solo 
for the accordion, by P. Frosini. © Ac- 
cordion Music Publishing Co., New York; 
10Mar49; EP35098. 

Voices of spring. See Strauss, Johann. 

[FROST, BERNICE] 1896- comp. 

Fischer's piano book; a very first book 
[composed and comp. by Bernice Frost. 
\ Pub. order] no. 8484) © J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York; 17May49; on compilation 
&new works; EP37650. 

Piano classic collection of pieces for the 
intermediate grades; [comp. by Bernice 
Frost] (Edition no. 8444) © J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York; 3Jan49; on compilation; 
EP33608. 

FROST, FRANCES. 
Lullaby for a forester's child. See 
McLaughlin, Marian. 

FROST, ROBERT. 

Stopping by woods on a snowy evening. 
See Dykema, Peter W. 

FROST, VERA LEE. 
Lovers' tryst. See Hibbeler, Raymond 
Oscar. 

FRYE, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 1901- 
I'm going to walk the milky white way; 

tarr. by V. Bates, rev. lyrics and music 
py Theodore R. Frye] © Theodore 
Roosevelt Frye Publishers, Chicago; 
2Dec48; on revised words & music; 
EP33693. 
Jesus I turn to Thee, sacred song by Theo. 
Roosevelt Frye [arr. by V. Bates J 
© Theodore R. Frye Publishers, Chicago: 
20Nov48; on rev. words & music; EP34127. 

FRYER, HERBERT. 
My love's an arbutus; [based on an old 
Irish melody] For piano by Herbert 
Fryer. © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London, 24Mar49; EF12948, 

FRYKLOF, HARALD, 1882-1919. 
Pasksang [by] Harald Fryklof; [words from] 
sv. Ps. 108:1. © A.-B. Nordiska musik- 
forlaget, Stockholm; ljan39; EF11792. 
Close score: SATB. 

FUCILLI, PASQUALE, 1909- 
Quante carezze; canzone slow, versi di 
G. C. Testoni, musica di P. Fucilli, 
[arrangiamento di C. AntonioUil © Radio 
Record Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; 
EF12868. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

FUENTE, GABRIEL LUNA DE LA. See 
Luna de la Fuente, Gabriel. 

FUENTES, RUBEN DE.^ 
lAy que mundol Cancion bolero de Ruben 
De Fuentes, arreglo de Rafael de Paz. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s. a., Mexico; 30Dec48; 
EF13042. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

FUGA, SANDRO, 1906- 
Nove sacre canzoni e laudi spirituali; per 
canto e pianoforte, [by] Sandro Fuga. 
([Pub. order no.] 20851) © Carisch s.a., 
Milano; lApr49; EF13152. 

FUGILL, EDWARD W. 
I fell in love with you. See Hall, David. 



FULD, LAZARUS. 
Where can I go? See Berland, Sigmunt. 
Vi ahyn sol ich guen? 

FULD, LEO. See 
Fuld, Lazarus. 

FULEIHAN, ANIS, 1900- 
(Sonatina, piano, no. 1) Sonatina no. 1; 
[by] Anis Fuleihan. © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 29Apr49; EP36539. 



FULLER, A. F. 
My heart's story. 



See Poirier, Maurice. 



FULLER, BOB. 
Gossip. See Long, Johnny. 

FULLER, GIL. See 
Fuller, Walter Gilbert. 

FULLER, PAUL, pseud . See 
Howorth, Wayne. 

FULLER, WALTER GILBERT. 
Anthropology. See Gillespie, John. 
Cubano be. See Gillespie, John. 
Epistrophy. See Monk, The Ion ious. 

Everything's cool; by Gil Fuller and Edward 
Stitt. Arr. by Gil Fuller. © J. J. Robbins 
& Sons, inc., New York; 3Jan49; EP35736. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

For hecklers only. See Brown, Ray. 

Lemon drop. See Wallington, George. 
Minor walk. See Garner, Linton. 
Shawnuff . See Gillespie, John. 
That's Earl, brother. See Gillespie, John. 
Two bass hit. See Gillespie, John. 

FULTON, EDNA RUTH. 
I'll never change. See Hall, David. 

FULTON, JACK. 
O'Leary is leery of fallin' in love. See 
Crosby, Bob. 

FUMERO, J. C. 
Mi mala siruacion. See KesseU, Gervasio. 

FUN AND FOLK SONGS. 
Fun and folk songs, [prepared by Board of 
Christian Education of the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A.l Rev. [ed.] © W. L. 
Jenkins; 29Apr49; on changes in contents, 
AA116825. 

FUNK, ADDIE. 
Fiinf Lieder. See Mane"n, Juan. 
Vier Lieder. See Manen, Juan. 

FUNK, FRANZ, 1905- 
Gitarren-Serenade [or] Zwei Gitarren am 
Meer. Lied und Tango-Serenade, Musik: 
Franz Funk, Text: Peter Holm. © Musik- 
verlag City, Hans Sikorski, Leipzig; 
10Jul40, EF12064. 

FURLETT, FRANK. 
Every minute of the evening. See 

Lombardo, Mario. 
With all my heart. See Williams. Ralph 
Malcolm. 

Without your love. See Bangart, Betty. 

FURNES, T. CHALMERS. 
The morning cometh. See Cowell, Henry. 

FURST, JOE, pseud . See 
Furstenberg, Joe. 

FURSTENBERG, JOE, 1898- 
Chopiano; Show piano, two solos for piano, 
adapted from Chopin's Minute waltz. 
Op. 64, no. 1. [And] Nocturne. Op. 9, 
no. 2. Arr. by Joe Furst [pseud.] © Joe 
Furst; 28Feb49; on arrangement; EP34557. 

FUSSELL, R. C. 
Fun with fundamentals. See Anderberg, N. W. 



FUSTE, ESTEBAN. 
Hablame de amores; tonadilla. Letra de 
Franco de Rioja, musica de Esteban Fuste. 
© Reinbert & Co., inc., New York; 
30Mar49: EF12812. 

FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA, comp. 
Let's sing, let's sing, let's sing; [words ana 
music by Annie Seay Owen, Ilia Mae Cook 
and others, comp. by the Future Homemakers 
of America, U. S. Office of Education] © 
Future Homemakers of America, inc., 
Washington, D. C; 5Jul48; EP33728. 

FUX, JOHANN JOSEPH. 
Johann Joseph Fux, ein steirischer Meister 
des Barock, nebst einem Verzeichnis neuer 
Werkfunde. See Liess, Andreas. 



GABLER, FRITZ. 
San Remo. See Holzmann, Walter. 

GABLER, MILT. 
Tell me why. See Hartmann, Maurie Merl. 

You had better change your ways. See 
Greaves, William Garfield. 

GABRIEL, CHALVAR AXEL, 1892- 
Sermon-songs, by Chalvar A. Gabriel. 
© Chalver A. Gabriel; HFeb49; EP34414. 
Hymns, with music. 

GABRIELI, ANDREA, 1510 (ca.)-1586. 
Te Deum Patrem. O God, the Father; 
sacred chorus for mixed voices, a 
cappella, S.A.T.B. [by] Andrea Gabrieli, 
transcribed from the old clefs by Lewis 
Niven; English text adapted by L. N. 
(Choral octavos, no. 1659) © Hall & 
McCreary Co., Chicago; 17Dec48; on 
adaptation of English text & arrangement; 
EP33210. 

GADE, NIELS W 
(The Crusaders) Father, unto Thee, from 
The Crusaders [by] Niels W. Gade arr 
by Frederick Wick. © Frederick Wick; 
220ct48; on text & arrangement; EP33653. 
Score: baritone, alto or mezzo soprano 
chorus (SATB) and piano. 

GAFFIELD, ELI WILEY. 
Which Tony has the twin? See Kennedy, 
John Warner. 

GAILLARD, SUM. 

Down by the station; words and music by 
Lee Ricks & Slim Gaillard. © American 
Academy of Music, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; EP32688. 

Down by the station; words and music by 
Lee Ricks & Slim Gaillard, arr. by 
Johnny Warrington. © American Academy 
of Music, inc., New York; 4Jan49; on ar- 
rangement; EP35975. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

Down by the station; words and music by 
Lee Ricks & Slim Gaillard. Simplified 
piano solo, including lyrics, arr. by Stan- 
ford King. © American Academy of 
Music, inc., New York; 17Mar49; on ar- 
rangement; EP35976. 

GAILLIET, LUCIEN. 
The sorcerer's apprentice. See Dukas, 
Paul Abraham. L'apprenti sorcier. 

GAINES, N. J. 
Golden gates. See Brumley, Albert Edward. 
Grace and glory. See Brumley, Albert 
Edward. 

3AL, HANS. 
A cradle song; part-song for S.A.T.B., 
unacc, words by Thomas Dekker, music 
by Hans Gal. Op. 51, no. 3. (The Musical 
Times, [no.] 1276) © Novello & Co., 
ltd., London; 15jun49; EF13543. Score. 



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GAL, HANS. Cont'd. 

Foolish love; part-song for S.A.T.B. unacc. 
Words by Robert Greene, music by Hans 
Gal. Op. 51, no. 4. (Part-song book, 
1547) ©Novello & Co., ltd., London; 
9May49; EF13279. 

True love; part-song for S.A.T.B. unacc, 
words by Sir Philip Sidney, music by Hanr 
Gal. Op. 51, no. 2. (Musical times 1273) 
© Novello & Co., ltd., London; 15Mar49; 
EF12588. 

Youth and Cupid; part song for S.A.T.B., 
unacc, words by Queen Elizabeth, music 
by Hans Gal. Op. 51, no. 1. (Part-song 
book P.S.B. 1546) © Novello & Co., ltd., 
London; HApr49; EF12842. 

GALAN B p FRANCISCO. 

El resbalon; porro, de Francisco Galan B., 
arreglo de Rafael de Paz. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Internacional, s. a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13051. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

GALDIERI, MICHELE. 
Dammi una rosa rossa. See Anzl, Giovanni 

D'. C'era una volta 11 mondo. 
Tu non mi lascerai. See Anzi, Giovanni d . 

Voglio vivere cosi. 

GALE, MARIE. 
I'm wishing, wishing, wishing. See Hall, 
David. 

GALEK, JOHN. 
Pretty blue, words and music by John Galek, 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 130ct48; EP33172. 

GALHARDO, JOSE. 
Fado da sombra. See Valerio, Frederico. 
Capas negras. 

Nao sei porque te foste embora! See 
Valerio, Frederico. 

GALINDO, PEDRO. 
La malaguefia. See Ramirez, Elpidio. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES C. 
Prelude to act 3. See Wagner, Richard. 
Die Meistersinger von Niirnberg. 

GALLAGHER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 
it's all because you're made so fancy, 
words and music by George Washington 
Gallagher. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; EP33171. 

GALLO, pseud . See 
Gorni, Francesco. 

GALLODORO, ALFRED. 
"Fantasy; based on Chopin's Fantasie- 
impromptu. B flat clarinet solo, with 
piano ace, transcribed by Alfred Gallo- 
doro. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; on arrangement; EP32681. 
Score (clarinet and piano) and part. 

GALLOP, SAMMY. 
A folio of the Folies parisienne songs. 
See Goodhart, Al. Folies parisienne. 
Have a little sympathy. See Weisman, 
Bernie. 

I'm a little cuckoo. See Steiner, Howard. 
I'm in love like mad. See Addy, Mickey. 
That wonderful girl of mine. See 

Olshanetsky, Alexander. 
Why can't it happen again? See 

Hosenstein, Michel. All for love. 

GALLOS, ANNA GEROTHEOU, 1920- 
Christmas music, in Greek; comp., arr. 
and harmonized by A. Gerotheou Gallos. 
[1st ed.J © Anna Gerotheou Gallos; 
13Dec48; EP33118. • 

GALLOSH, DIANA A. 
Balboa Bay. See Cox, C. Eugene. 



GALLOWAY, CLARA S. 
Even a cup of cold water. 
C 



See Benner, Hugh 



GALUPPI, BALDASSARE. CALLED IL 
BURANELLO, 1706-1785. 
H filosofo di campagna; musica di 
Baldassare Galuppi, riduzione scenica e 
revisione di V. Mortari, dramma giocoso 
in tre atti di Carlo Goldoni. © Carisch, 
s. a., Milano; 30Aug48; on reduction & 
revision; EF12055. Piano-vocal score. 

GALWAY, VICTOR. 
Be gentle, O hands of a child; [by] Victor 
Galway, poem by Walter De La Mare. 
(Choral songs, no. 874) © The Oxford 
Univ. Press, London; 4Nov48; EF12859. 
Score: SATB and piano reduction; also 
in tonic sol-fa notation. 

GAMA, RAFAEL. 
Tu mirar. See Cazares, Luis. 

GAMBINO, ALBERTO. 
Yo soy ... como aquel marino; tango, letra 
y musica de Alberto Gambino. © Edi- 
torial Argentina de musica Internacional, 
s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 30Dec48; 
EF13038. 

Yo soy ... como aquel marino; tango, letra 
y musica de Alberto Gambino. © Edi- 
torial Argentina de Musica Internacional, 
s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 30Dec48; 
EF13070. 

GAMBOA CEBALLOS, JOSfi. 
Vuelve por favor; bolero de Jose Gamboa 
Ceballos, letra de M. Casanova. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional, s.a., Mexico; 22Dec48; 
EF13209. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

GAMSE, ALBERT. 
Alfonzo, the one senorita seRor. See 

Albani, Pedro. 
Cium, cium. See Wojnarowski, Frank. 

Don't cry, my heart. See Piotrowski, Jan. 
Kiddie klassics. See Selvin, Ben. 
Let's go on a picnic. See Gossec, Francis. 
On the farm. See Bizet, Georges. Carmen. 
La raspa. See Kirchstein, Harold M. 

The Walter Thornton rumba. See Fields, 

Irving. 
Whose girl are you? See Durlak, Joseph P. 
Yours. See Roig, Gonzalo. 

GANNAWAY, ALBERT CARLYLE, 1920- 
Mister Sears and Roebuck; words by Ray 
Gilbert and William Okie, music by Al 
Gannaway. © Mark Warnow Music. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 10Mar49; EP35075. 

GANNETT, KENT. 
Sister Caroline in Yamacraw; for a cappella 
chorus, [by] Kent Gannett, poem [by] James 
Weldon Johnson. © Paul A. Schmitt Music 
Co., Minneapolis; 15Apr49, EP36157. 

GANNETT, WM. C. 
Praise to God and thanks we brin.<j. 

See Stairs, Louise E. 
Praise to the risen Lord. See White, Louie. 
GANSCHOW, THEODORE FREDERICK. 
A little man. See Humperdinck, Engel- 
bert. Hansel und Gretel. 

GANUN, AUDREY. 
Just a man and his dog, a Seeing Eye dog; 
words and music by Jack Rollins and 
Audrey Ganun. © Home Folks Music, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; EP34649. 

GARBE LOTTO, ANTONIO. 
Ventidue composizioni. See Argenti, Giovanni 

GARCIA, BENJAMIN. 
Yuyp brujo; tango, letra de Sos-Taita, 
musica de Benjamin Garcia. © Editorial 
Argentina de Musica Internacional, s. r., 
ltda., Buenos Aires; 30Dec48; EF13049. 



GARCIA, EMILIE SECH. 
Pledge to the flag; words and music by 
Emille Sech Garcia. © Emilie Sech 
Garcia; 27Dec48; EP33300. 

GARCIA, ERNESTO. 
Cuba- rumba, guaracha, letra y musica de 
Ernesto Garcia, arreglo de Juan E. Lazaga. 
© Peer International Corp., Habana; 
12Aug48; EF12392. Piano-conductoi 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

GARDNER ADELAIDE, 1926- 
Love don t fool me; words and music by 
Joan and Adelaide Gardner. © Joan & 
Adelaide Gardner; 25Mar49; EP36463. 

GARDNER, DONALD YETTER 1913- 
All I want for Christmas is my two front 
teeth; three part mixed voices, S.A. B., 
words and music by Don Gardner, arr. by 
Douglas MacLean [pseud.] (Choral library 
4-W3368) © M. Witmark & Sons New York, 
9Jun49; on arrangement; EP37658. 
All I want for Christmas is my two front 
teeth; two part women s voices, S.A., 
words and music by Don Gardner, arr. 
by Douglas MacLean [pseud.] (Choral 
library, 1-W3367) © M. Witmark & Sons, 
New York; 2Jun49; on arrangement; 
EP37579. 

GARDNER, GERTRUDE. 
The teddy bear and other families; for 
pianoforte, music by Gertrude Gardner. 
© Alfred Lengnick & Co., ltd., London; 
17Mar49; EF12824. 

GARDNER^ JOAN. 
Love don t fool me. 



Adelaide. 



See Gardner, 



GARDNER, SAMUEL. 
Ballerina; 18th century dance [by] Samuel 
Gardner. ([Pub. order] no. 28041) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, 
Pa.; 13Jun49; EP37713. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 
Beside the deep pool [by] Samuel Gardner. 
([Pub. order] no. 28040) © Theodore 
Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 13Tun49; 
EP37714. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 

GARDNER, W. H. 
Thy beaming eyes. See MacDowell, 
Edward Alexander. 

GARTNEI, PIETRO. 
Son belle. See Anzi, Giovanni D'. Domani 
e sempre domenica. 

GARLAND, HAMLIN. 
Do you fear the wind? See Laufer, Beatrice. 

GARLAND, MANLEY THOMAS. 
A bit of music for the connsonata; by M. T. 
Garland. © M. T. Garland; 13Apr49; 
EP36259. For organ. 

GARLAND, RUSSELL W. 
Under the moon. See Hall, David. 

GARNER, ERROLL. 
Fantasy in bop; by Erroll Garner, tran- 
scribed by Morris Feldman. © Capitol 
Songs, inc., New York; 7Dec48; EP32531. 
For piano solo. 
Little Bo Be-bop, by Erroll Garner, 
transcribed by Morns Feldman. © Capi- 
tol Songs, inc., New York; 7Dec48; 
EP32530. For piano solo. 

GARNER, LIDA E. 
Wishing. See Hall, David. 

GARNER, LINTON. 
Minor walk; by Linton Garner, arr. by Gil 
Fuller. © J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc., 
New York; 24Feb49; EP35729. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 



GARRE, JUAN. 
El Morocho del Abasto. 
Hector. 



See Palacios, 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GARRETT, EUGENE. 
Prayer of love. See Richard, Leo. 

GARRIDO, JUAN S, 
Mi cariiio; cancion, letra y musica de 
Juan S, Garrido, orquestacion de Antonio 
Guzman. © Promotora Hispano Ameri- 
cana de Musica, s. a., Mexico; 30Dec48; 
EF13037. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

GARRIGA, JUAN E 
Amor me dicen tus ojos. I see love in your 
eyes. Vals para piano [by] Juan Garriga. 
'' Juan E. Garriga, Jr.; lApr49; 
EP36965. 

GARRIGUENC, RENE, 1908- 
(Concerto, violin) Concerto, pour violon et 
orchestre; par Rene Garriguenc. Op. 8. 
Partition d orchestre. © Rene 
Garriguenc; 3Dec48; EU153885. Score. 

GARRISON, BENJAMIN HARRISON, 1895- 
That'll nevah' do! Piano solo by Ben. Gar- 
rison, arr. by Aletha Mae Robinson. 
© Harrison Godwin Smith; 18Apr49; 
EP36047. 

GARSKE, MATTIE. 
Hi there, honey. See Hall, David. 

GARZON Y ANTON, JULIO AURELIO. 
La bamba. See Grant, Joaquin. 
Chiquitin. See Vogel, Marc. 
Pepitin. See Ribalta, Pedro. 
Yo te dare. See Vogel, Marc. 

GASC6N, JOAQUlN angel. 
Flor de verbena; para canto y piano [versos 

de Emilio Carrere, musica de] Joaquin 

Angel Gascon. Madrid, Hispania. 

© Joaquin Angel Gascon; 30Dec48; 

EF13073. 
Si mi nifio duerme . . .; cancion de cuna, 

musica de Joquin Angel Gascon, letra de 

Ezequiel Jaquete. Madrid, Hispania. 

© Joaquin Angel Gascon; 30Dec48; 

EF13074. 

GASK3LL, CLARENCE. 
A merry Christmas and a happy New Year; 
I wish I could be home with you; words 
and music by Clarence Gaskill, [arr. by 
Michael Edwards] © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 17Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP35969. 

GASPERINI, TULIO, 1922- 
Symphony tuneup; by Tulio Gasperini. 
(Ed. of selected compositions for piano 
accordion, no. 9913) © O. Pagani & Bro., 
inc., New York; 24Feb49; EP37242. 

GASS, IRENE. 
Fill Dyke. See Brook, Harry. 
A song of praise. See Thiman, Eric 
Harding. - 

GASSION, EDITH. 
Les cloches sonnent ce matin. See Monnot, 
Marguerite. 

GASTALDON, S 
Musica proibita. Forbidden music. La 
chanson defendue. [By] S. Gastaldon, 
[English version by F. Angelin] © Edi- 
tions A. Fassio, Lachute, Que.; 16May49; 
on English lyrics; EF13387. English and 
Italian words. 

GASTFIELD, SARAH T. 
Just for you and me. See Hall, David. 

GATES, ELLEN. 
The bells of time. See Harris, Thoro. 

GATTA, COR_;ADO DELIA. 
See Piedigrotta [Globo] 

GATTERMEYER, ELMER C 
Fragrance of spring; for the piano [by] 
Elmer C. Gattermeyer. © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Philadelphia; 19May49; EP37123. 



In a chateau garden, for the piano, [byj 
Elmer C. Gattermeyer. © Oliver 
Ditson Co., Philadelphia, 16Mar49, 
EP35361. 

GATTI, FRANCES M 
Happy and gay; words and music by 
Frances M. Gatti. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 10Mar49; EP36823. 

GAUDRIOT, CHARLY. 
Musikant. See Zeisner, Hans. 

GAUTIER, LfeON, d.1935. 
"Repentir; reverie [by] Leon Gautier. 
Op. 70. (His Oeuvres pour le piano, 
no. 28) © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
180ct48; EF11673. 

GAVTIT, STANTON WELLS, 1911- 
Crusaders' chorus; [by] Stanton W„ Gavitt. 

© Stanton Wells Gavitt; 16Mar49; 

EP35207. Hymn, with music 
Take me as I am. See Brown, Lillian 

Newell. 

GAWRYLUK, TEX. 
I never will forget Texas. See Mestesby, 
Louis. 

GAY, ADDIE SELDON. 
Hop scotch; piano solo by Addle Seldon 
Gay. © Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
21Apr49; EP36131. 

GAYNOR, CHARLES. 

(Lend an ear) After hours; [from] Lend 
an ear, words and music by Charles 
Gaynor. [Piano arrangement by Dick 
Kent] New York, Southern Music Pub. Co. 
© Charles Gaynor, 12Apr49; EP36396. 

(Lend an ear) Ballade; [from] Lend an ear, 
words and music by Charles Gaynor. 
[Piano arrangement by Dick Kent] New 
York, Southern Music Pub. Co. © Charles 
Gaynor; HMar49; EP36375. 

(Lend an ear) Doin' the old yahoo step; 

tfrom] Lend an ear, words and music by 
Iharles Gaynor. [Piano arrangement by 
Dick Kent] New York, Southern Music Pub. 
Co. © Charles Gaynor; 12Apr49; 
EP36392. 

(Lend an ear) Friday dancing class; 
[from] Lend an ear, words and music by 
Charles Gaynor. New York, Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
12Apr49; EP36391. 

(Lend an ear) Give your heart a chance to 
sing; [from] Lend an ear, words and music 
by Charles Gaynor. New York, Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
24Dec48; EP36348. 

(Lend an ear) I'll be true to you; [from] 
Lend an ear, words and music by Charles 
Gaynor. New York, Southern Music Pub. 
Co. © Charles Gaynor; HMar49: 
EP36369. 

(Lend an ear) I'm not in love; [from] Lend 
an ear, words and music by Charles 
Gaynor. [Piano arrangement by Dick 
Kent] New York, Southern Music Pub. Co. 
© Charles Gaynor; HMar49; EP36376. 

(Lend an ear) I'm on the lookout, [from] 
Lend an ear, words and music by 
Charles Gaynor. New York, Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
22Dec48, EP34706. 

(Lend an ear) Join us in a cup of tea; 
[from] Lend an ear, words and music 
by Charles Gaynor. [Piano arrangement 
by Dick Kent] New York, Southern Music 
EP36380 eharles Ga yn°r; 12Apr49; 

(Lend an ear) Molly O'Reilly; [from] 
Lend an ear, words and music by Charles 
Gaynor. New York, Southern Music Pub. 
Co. © Charles Gaynor; 24Dec48; 
EP36347. 

(Lend an ear) Neurotic you and psycho- 
pathic me; [from] Lend an ear, words and 
music by Charles Gaynor. [Piano arrange- 
ment by Dick Kent] New York, Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
HMar49; EP36377. 



(Lend an ear) Romantic'lly inclined; 
[from] Lend an ear, words and music by 
Charles Gaynor. New York Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
12Apr49; EP36379. 

(Lend an ear) Teeny little weeny nest for 
two; [from] Lend an ear, words and music 
by Charles Gaynor, New York, Southern 
Music Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 
12Apr49 (in notice: 1948); EP36386. 

(Lend an ear) Three little queens of the 
silver screen; [from] Lend an ear, words 
and music by Charles Gaynor. New York, 
Southern Music Pub. Co. © Charles 
Gaynor; 12Apr49; EP36389. 

(Lend an ear) When someone you love 
loves you; [from] Lend an ear, words 
and music by Charles Gaynor. New 
York, Southern Music Pub. Co. © Charles 
Gaynor; 22Dec48; EP34662. 

(Lend an ear) Where is the she for me? 

tFrom] Lend an ear, words and music by 
Iharles Gaynor. [Piano arrangement by 
Dick Kent] New York, Southern Music 
Pub. Co. © Charles Gaynor; 12Apr49; 
EP36384. 
(Lend an ear) Who hit me? [From] Lend 
an ear, words and music by Charles 
Gaynor. New York, Southern Music Pub. 
Co. © Charles Gaynor; 22Dec48; EP34705. 

GEARHART, LIVINGSTON. 
Baby boogie. See Morley, Virginia. 

God of our fathers. See Warren, George 

William. 
Tears. See Rachmaninoff, Sergei. Fantasia, 

2 pianos. 
Trumpet sessions; comp. and arr. by 

Livingston Gearhart and Don Cassel. 

For 2, 3 and 4 trumpets unacc. 

© Shawnee Press, inc., East Strouds- 

burg, Pa.; 31Dec48, EP35371. 

GEARING, CHARLES ALBERT. 
Christ's victory flag. See Loes, Harry 
Dixon. 

GEARY, RILEY W 
Liquor traffic, here we cornel A brand new 
prohibition song, words and music by Riley 
W. Geary. (In The national voice, v. 79, 
no. 8. p. 8.) © Riley W. Geary; 24Feb49- 
B5-9081. 

Sweethearts. See Fillmore, Charles M. 
Your heart for me. See Fillmore, 
Charles M. 

GEBHARDT, ERNST, 1832-1896. 
Our dear Lord's Sabbath Day; words by 
Ida Axelson, music by E. G. San Francisco, 
Eureka Pub. Co. © Maria Ida Alexson; 
7Sep48; EP36159. Close score- SATB. 

GEBIRTIK, MORDECAI, 1877-1942. 
Es brent briderlech, es brent. It's burning, 
brother, it's aflame. Hoyara boeret. 
Poem and melody by M. Gebirtik, English 
by Olga Paul, Hebrew by A. Levenson, 
arr. by Lazar Weiner. (In Weiner, Lazar. 
Songs of the concentration camps) 
© Itzchok & Hendele Foundation inc., 
Detroit & Lazar Weiner, 18Jan49 (in 
notice 1948); on arrangement; EP34310. 

GEE, EDITH WHITE. 
Log for Music Americans sing. See 

Wilson, Harry Robert. 
Music Americans sing. See Wilson, Harry R. 

GEEHL, HENRY. 
Dearest of all. See Sharp, Vernon Lathom. 
My heart and L See Tauber, Richard. 

GEEHL, HENRY ERNEST, 1881- arr 

French nursery rhymes; selected and arr 
by Henry Geehl. (Side by side series of 
piano duets, bk. 11) © Edwin Ashdown 

£2.V,o2? donj 29 Dec48; on arrangements; 
EF11621. 

Voices of the woods. See Rubinstein, Anton. 



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GEER, EZRA HAROLD. 
Eight chorale preludes. See Krebs, Johann 
Ludwig. 

GEHRKE, HUGO, 1912- 
Lamb of God. Text: Nikolaus Decius; 
translation: composite. Composer 
unknown; setting: Hugo Gehrke. (Concordia 
treble series, 19) © Concordia Publishing 
House, St. Louis; 15Dec48; on setting; 
EP33720. Close score: SSA. 

GEIIRKE, HUGO JOHN. 
Songs of thankfulness. Se_e. Steggall, C. 

Ye sons and daughters of the King. See 
Vulpius, Melchior. 

GEIRINGER, KARL. 
Evensong to God. See Haydn, Joseph. 

GEESMAR, BERTA, 1892- 

"Wagner- The Rhinegold. London, New 
York, Boosey and Hawkes. (Covent 
Garden operas) © Hawkes & Son (Lon- 
don) ltd., 24May49, AInt2248. Analytical 
guide. 

"Wagner: The twilight of the gods. London, 
New York, Boosey and Hawkes. (Covent 
Garden operas) © Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd.; 3Jun49; AInt2247. Analytical guide. 

GEKELER, KENNETH, 1896- 
"Belwin saxophone method; by Kenneth 
Gekeler, ed. by Nilo W. Hovey. © Belwin, 
inc., New York; bk. 1-2, 30Jun49; 
EP37942-37943. 

GE LA BERT, JOSE. 
Saquen los paraguas guaracha, letra y 
musica de Jose Gelabert, arreglo de 
Juan E. Lazaga. © Peer International 
Corp., Habana; 12Aug48. EF12390. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts, with words. 

GELLER, HAROLD. 
Carefree [by] Harold Geller, arr. [by] 
Harry New. © Bosworth & Co., ltd., 
London; 23Aug48; EF12194. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts, 

GELLERT, E. F. 
On God, not on myself. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy, Felix. 

GELMENI, LUIGI. 
Manola non sei spagnola 1 See Anzi, 
Giovanni D\ 

GELSTED, OTTO. 
Koretur. See Mortensen, Otto. 



GENET, JEAN. 
'Adame Mroir. 



See Milhaud, Darius. 



GENET, VAL, 1909- 
Spring is here; words and music by Dottie 
Haynes and Val Genet. © Haynes Music 
Publications, Vancouver; 2Mav49; 
EF13423. 

GENGELBACH, JOHN GORDON. 
Vacation days. See Ferrel, George 
Franklin. 

GENGELBACH, PATTY BRANDON!. 
Vacation days. See Ferrel, George 
Franklin. 

GENSLER, LEWIS E 
Speak easy, bolero; words by Owen Murphy 
and Robert A. Simon, music by Lewis E. 
Gensler, [arr. by Helmy Kresa]. 
© Harms, inc., New York, 27Dec48- on 
revised words & arrangement; EP33234. 

GENTILE, DON. 
Will you, won't you; words and music by 
Don Gentile © Nordyke Publishing Co , 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP32966 



GENTILI, LEONE, 1905- 
La prima canzone; beguine, versi di L. L. 
Martelli, musica di Leone Gentili, 
[arrangiamento di Fabor, pseud. 1 © Radio 
Record Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; 
EF12871. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

GENZMER, HARALD, 1909- 
"Musik fur Streichorchester [by] Harald 
Genzmer. Partitur. © Universal- Edition, 
Wien; 10Sep43; EF12316. For string 
orchestra. 

GEORG, NILS-, pseud . See 
Eliasson, Georg. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 
Miss Starlight, a musical comedy in 2 acts. 

Book, lyrics and music by Charles George. 

© T. S. Denison & Co., Chicago; 9Mar49; 

DP19175. 
Sally in our alley; a musical comedy in 

1 act. Book, lyrics and music by Charles 

George. © T. S. Denison & Co., Chicago; 

25Mar49;DP19377. 
Treasure girl; a musical comedy in 1 act. 

Book, lyrics and music by Charles 

George. © T. S. Denison & Co., Chicago; 

20Apr49; DP19779. 

GEORGE, DON, 1909- 

All full of empty. See Schwartz, Jean. 

Be kind to my heart; words by Pearl E. 
Cudney, music by Don George. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co,, Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; 
EP32918. 

Dreaming by mail, words by Edward C. 
O'Brien, music by Don George. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32944. 

Ki=yippee kamaaina; lyric by Paul Page, 
music by Don R. George. © Southern 
Music Publishing Co., inc., New York; 
21Jan49; EP34682. 

Never trust your heart too far; words by 
Delia Douglas, music by Don George. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 130ct48; EP33020. 
An old piano plays the blues. See 

Allen, Steve. 
Pago Pago; lyric by Paul Page, music by 
Don R. George. © Southern Music Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 6Jan49; 
EP36403. 
So lonely; words by Bessie Kouma, music 
by Don George. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33574. 
Stars and you; words by Pedrito Sanes, 
music by Don George. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.: 
21Jun48; EP33366. 

GERAHTY, LAURA. 
Beneath the shadow. See Kerr, Avelyn M. 

GERALD, WILLIAM. 
Bye and bye. See Russell, Virginia. 

GERARD, JAY. 
The abba-dabba song; words and music by 
Sy Oliver, Dick Jacobs [and] Jay Gerard. 
© Johnstone -Montei, inc., New York; 
7Mar49; EP34829. 

GERARD, JERRY. 
Why don't cha make up ya mind? By Maceo 
Pinkard, Alex. Belledna [pseud.) & Jerry 
Gerard. © Pinkard Publications, inc., 
New York; 23Dec48; EP33269 For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

GERARDI, FLORENCE WHITE. 
Do you recall that old love song? See 
Hall, David. 

GERDA, pseud . See 
Beilenson, Gerda Maline. 



GERHARDT, PAULUS. 
My soul, awake, and render. See Bach, 

Johann Sebastian. 
O sacred head, now wounded. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

GERMAN, SIR EDWARD. 1862-1936. 

(Henry VIII) Shepherd s dance, from 
Henry VIII dances [by] E. German, tran- 
scribed by Miriam Fox Withrow. © Clay- 
ton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 31May49; 
EP37534. Parts: 2 pianos, 8 hands. 

(Nell Gwyn) Three dances; from Nell Gwyn 

tby ] Edward German, arr. for American 
lands by Erik Leidzen. © Chappell & Co., 
ltd. London, 28Mar49; on arrangement, 
EP35913. Condensed score and parts. 
Torch dance; [by] E. German, transcribed 
by Miriam Fox Withrow. © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago; 31May49; EP37535. 
Parts: 2 pianos, 8 hands. 

GERRY, HAROLD MORTON. 
Dear Homeland, our country. See 
Eagleson, James Norman. 

GERSHEFSKI. EDWIN, 1909- 
Half Moon Mountain; a folk ballad, text 
by Robert Hagy, music by Edwin Gershef- 
ski. [Op. 33] © Associated Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York; 5Apr49; 
EP35992. Score: baritone, chorus (SSA) 
and piano. 

GERSHWIN, GEORGE, 1898-1937. 

(Girl crazy) Embraceable you, [by] George 
Gershwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. © New 
World Music Corp., New York; 26Jan49; 
on arrangement: EP34106. Score (saxo- 
phone and piano) and part. 

(Girl crazy) Embraceable you; [by] George 
Gershwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. © New 
World Music Corp., New York; 6May49; 
on arrangement; EP36715. Score (trom- 
bone and piano) and part. 

(Girl crazy) Embraceable you; [from 
Girl crazy, by] George Gershwin, para- 
phrased by Joseph Wood. © New World 
Music Corp., New York; 29Apr49; on 
paraphrase; EP36527. Score (violin and 
piano) and part. 

(Girl crazy) I got rhythm; music by George 
Gershwin, piano adaptation by Henry 
Levine. (Gotham classics, no. 97) © New 
World Music Corp., New York; 22Dec48, 
on adaptation; EP32775. 

(Lady, be good) The man I love [by] George 
Gershwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. © Harms, 
inc., New York; 3Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34171. Score (clarinet and piano) and 
part. 

(Lady be good) The man I love [from Lady 
be good, by] George Gershwin, arr. by 
Jerry Sears. © Harms, inc., New York; 
20Apr49: on arrangement; EP36199. Score 
(trumpet and piano) and part. 

(Lady be good) Oh, lady be good [by] 
George Gershwin, arr. by Henry Levine. 
© Harms, inc.. New York; 26Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP34107. 2 scores for 2 
pianos. 

(Lady, be good) Oh lady, be good [by] 
George Gershwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. 
© Harms, inc.. New York; 4Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34167. Score (trumpet 
and piano) and part. 

Liza. See his Show girl. 

The man I love. See his Lady be good. 

(Show girl) Liza, from Show girl, three 
part women's voices, S. S.A., words by 
Gus Kahn and Ira Gershwin, music by 
George Gershwin, arr. by Joseph Wood. 
(Radio choral series, 2-H7010) © New 
World Music Corp., New York; 220ct48; 
on arrangement; EP33826. 

GERSHWIN, IRA. 
Liza. See Gershwin, George. Show girl. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GERSHIWN, IRA. Cont'd 
My one and only highland fling. See 
Warren, Harry. The Barkleys "or" 
Broadway. 

Shoes with wings on. See Warren, Harry. 
The Barkleys of Broa3way. 

You'd be hard to replace. See Warren, 
Harry. The Barkleys of Broadway. 

GESA; [words by G. Santoro, Gennaro Amato, 
and others, music by M. Qulntavalle, and 
others, comp. by G. Santoro. Napoll, Casa 
editrice musicale Gesal © Italian Book 
Co.; 10Sep48; EF12278. 

GEY, VICTOR. 
Uno, dos, tres. See Sarbekoff, Boris. 

GIACOBETTI, G. 
Bartali maglia gialla. See Gorni, 
Francesco. 

GIACOMAZZI, A 
E la prima volta; ritmo moderato, parole 
di G. C. Testoni, musica di A. Giacomazzi. 
© Sidet Edizioni, s.a.r.l., Milano; lMar48; 
EF12493. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

GIACOMAZZI, ANGELO. 
Prima di te nessuna. See Favilla, Elvio. 

GIACOMAZZI, ANT. 
I milioni d'Arlecchino. See Drigo, Riccardo. 

GIADROSSICH, MARY. 
No one but you. See Springer, Rudolph. 

GIAKOBLEPH, N. See 
Iakobleph, N. 

GIAMPAOLI, VIRGINIA. 
I don't understand. See. Mahoney, Jack. 

GIAMPIERI, ALAMIRO, 1893- 
"Metodo razionale di teoria musicale, 
divisione e solfeggio; [by] A. Giampieri. 
© G. Ricordi & Co., Milano; 17May49 
(in notice: 1948); EF13499. 

GIANCOLA, A. 
See Raccolta di success! [Giba] 

GIANELLI, ANNE. 
H you don't care. See McNeil, James 
Charles. 

GIANIPA, pseud . See 
Palmieri, Gian Nicola. 

GIANNINI, VITTORIO, 1903- 

Funicoli-Funicola! Transcribed for voice 
and piano by Vittorio Giannini, [English 
version by Alda Astori, pseud.l © Elkan- 
Vogel Co., inc., Philadelphia; 6May49; 
on transcription; EP36763. Italian and 
English words. 

Marechiare. See Tosti, Francesco Paolo. 

GIBB, ROBERT W. 
A blossom falls, gee Ravel, Maurice. 
Emperor waltz. See Strauss, Johann. 
Rhapsody of glory. See Brahms, Johannes. 
Song of fulfillment. See Schumann, 

Robert Alexander. 
Thy glorious love; for chorus of mixed 

voices [by] Robert W. Gibb, [words by! 

Dorothy Bavicchi. (Octavo series, 

no. 684) © The B. F. Wood Music Co., 

Boston; 3Mar49; EP34593. 
Thy glorious love; four -part song for mens 

voices [by] Robert W. Gibb, [words by] 

Dorothy Bavicchi. (Octavo series, no. 685) 
© The B. F. Wood Music Co., Boston; 

3Mar49; EP34S92. 

GIBBONS, CARROLL. 

(Trottie True) The kid from Camden 
town; [from J the film, Trottie True, 
words by C. Denis Freeman, music by 
Carroll Gibbons. © Francis, Day & 
Hunter, ltd., London; 7Dec48; EF12618. 



See Winter, Banks. Trottie 



White wings, 
true. 

GIBBONS, ORLANDO, 1583-1625. 

"I tremble not at noise of war; SSATB a 
cappella [by Orlando] Gibbons [piano 
score arr. by Herbert Zipper] (The 
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music 
choral series, no. 15) © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp., New York; 28Dec48, 
on arrangement; EP32524. 

GIBBS, CECIL ARMSTRONG, 1889- 
The cherry tree; [by] Armstrong Gibbs, 
[words by] Margaret Rose. [London] 
Curwen. (Edition [no.] 2565) © Armstrong 
Gibbs; 28Jan49; EF12348. 
Nightfall, [by] Armstrong Gibbs, [words by] 
Harry Dawson. [London] Curwen. (Edi- 
tion [no.] 2564) © Armstrong Gibbs; 
28Jan49; EF12347. 
Two old English lyrics: set to music by 
C. Armstrong Gibbs, [words] anon. 
[Op. 116] © Chappell &Co., ltd., London; 
HFeb49; EF12527. 

GIBBS, GEORGE A 
First steps in harmonizing melodies; by 
George A. Gibbs, Jr. © King Music 
Publishing Corp., New York; 23Mar49; 
AA112809. 

GIBILARO, ALFONSO, 1888- 
Sicilian wagoners. Carrettieri. Words 
(Sicilian & English) & music by Alfonso 
Gibilaro. © Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., 
London; 27Apr49; EF13391. 

GIBLIN, PATRICK JOSEPH, 1876- 
When you sit alone with your thoughts; 
words & music by P. J. Giblin. Norway, 
Me., Normay Music Co. © Patrick J. 
Giblin, sole owner, Normay Music Co.; 
18Aug48; EP36559. 

GIBSON, ALBERT. 
The huckle-buck; words by Roy Alfred, 
music by Andy Gibson. © United Music 
Corp., New York; 19May49; EP37033. 

GIBSON, ANDY. See 
Gibson, Albert. 

GIBSON, ARCHIE, 1892- 
Gal from Minnesota; polka, words and music 
by Archie Gibson. © Archie Gibson; 
8Mar49; EP34936. 

GIBSON, FRANCES. 
Mellow moon on the prairie. See Hall, David. 

[GIBSON, HERBERT MURDOCH] 1897- 
Spring comes to stay, words and music by 
Peter Revell [pseud.l © Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London; 29Mar4P; EF12960. 

GIBSON, PAUL W 1884- 

Beacon Street; overture [by] Paul W. 
Gibson. (Famous band series no. 170) 
© Belwln, Inc., New York; 28Mar49; 
EP35194. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

GIBSON, STEVE. 
Petunia. See Jacobs, Sam. 

GIDEON, MIRIAM, 1906- 

"Hommage a ma jeunesse. To my youth. 
Sonatina [by] Miriam Gideon. New York, 
Mercury Music Corp., sole seUing agents. 
© Leonard Feist, d.b.a. Merrymount 
Music Press, New York; 21Feb49; 
EP34408. Two scores. 

Slow, slow, fresh fount; [madrigal, by J 
Gideon, for mixed voices. SATB, unacc. 
[Words by Ben Jonson] © Leonard Feist, 
d.b.a. Merrymount Music Press, New 
York; 28jun49; EP37996. 

GIFFEN, HERBERT F 1916- 

More than you know, my dear; music & 
lyrics by Herb Glffen. © Herbert F. 
Giffen; 29Dec48, EP33380. 



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GIL, CARLOS MARTINEZ. See 
Martinez Gil, Carlos. 

GIL, PABLO MARTINEZ. See 
Martinez Gil, Pablo. 

GILB FREDA ARVELLA, 1897- 
God s telephone, [by] Freda Gilb, arr. [by] 

G. E. H., [words by] F. R. Foss. © Frank 

R. Foss & Freda A. Gilb; 2Jan49; EP32694. 

Clor" score- SATB, 
A good time with a purpose; [by] Freda 

Gilb, [words by] F. R. Foss, arr. G. E. H. 

© F. R. Foss & Freda Gilb, 15Jun49; 

EP37666. Close score: SATB. 
The'merry heart; [by] Freda Gilb, [words 

by] F. R. Foss, arr. G. E. H. © F. R. 

Foss & Freda Gilb; 15Jun49; EP37664. 

Close score: SATB. 
The tree of life; [by] Freda Gilb [words 

by] F. R. Foss, arr. G, E. H. © F. R. 

Foss & Freda Gilb; 15jun49; EP37665. 

Close score: SATB. 

GILBERT, CHARLES. 
Friendly valley, words and music by 
Charles Gilbert. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Jan49; EP35848. 

GILBERT, JANE. 
Lazy little me; by Jane Gilbert. © Robert 
Music Corp., New York; 6Apr49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35526. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

GILBERT, JOE. 
Bahama lullaby. See Lofthouse, Charles. 

GILBERT, JOSEPH GEORGE. 
In the valley of my dreams; words and 
music by Jos. Geo. Gilbert. © Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London; lMar49; 
EF12615. 

GILBERT, LOUIS WOLFE. 
Mama Inez. See Grenet Sanchez, Eliseo. 
My little dream girl. See Friedland, Anatol. 
This is my night with Trixie. See Cooper, 
Joseph. Friars' frolic of 194S7 - 

GILBERT, RAY, 1912- 
Coca roca. See Tosti, Don. 

The hot canary. See Nero, Paul. 
Lora-Belle Lee; by Sid Miller [and] Ray 

Gilbert. © Santly-Joy, inc., New York; 

4Apr49; EP35527. For voice and piano, 

with chord symbols. 
Mister Sears and Roebuck. See Gannaway, 

Albert Carlyle. 
Once upon a winter-time. See Worth, 

Bobby. Melody time. 

Pin striped pants and cutaway coat. See 
Russell, Bob. 

GILBERT, RUSSELL SNIVELY. 
The angel at Golgotha; sacred song, poem 
by Pearl Strachan Hurd, music by Russell 
Snively Gilbert. © The Harmony Music 
Publishers, Chicago; lDec48; EP33649. 

GILBERT, SIR WILLIAM SCHWENCK. 
Oh, joy unbounded. See Sullivan, Sir 

Arthur Seymour. Trial by jury. 
Thespis. See Miller, Frank. 

GILES, JOHNNY EDWARD, 1911- 
Love is a wonderful thing; words by Nat 
Leslie, music by Johnny Giles. © Leora 
Music, Los Angeles; 20Jan49; EP36098. 

GILGENBACH, LAVTNIA. 
Someone got between you and me and our 
dreams. See Hall, David. 

GILGER, ADAM HERBERT. 
Awake, O, man I See Dearing, Thomas 
Gilbert. 

GILL, RAY. 
Angel Marie. See Hall, David. 



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GILL, ROBERT. 
Love undecided. See Burns, Wilfred. 

Fools rush in. 
Silver spurs. See Green, Phil. 



GILLES. §ee 
Villard, Jean. 

GILLESPIE, DIZZY. 
Gillespie, John. 



See 



GILLESPIE, HAVEN. 
Cimmanom cake. See Collins, Will. 

That lucky old sun just rolls around heaven 
all day. See Smith, Beasley. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN, 1916- 
Anthropology; by Dizzy Gillespie and 
Charlie Parker. Arr. by Gil Fuller. 
© J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc., New York; 
HJan49; on arrangement; EP35737. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 
Cubano be, by Dizzy Gillespie and George 
Russell. Arr. by Gil Fuller. © J. J. 
Robbins & Sons, inc., New York, 4Apr49, 
EP37622. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

The Dizzy Gillespie be-bop style; [by 
Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Clarke and Frank 
Paparelli] Piano scores by Frank Papa- 
relli. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
7Jun49; EP37629. Score (trumpet & piano) 
and part. 

Shawnuff, by Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie 
Parker. Arr. by Gil Fuller. © J. J. 
Robbins & Sons, inc., New York; 24Feb49; 
EP34768. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

That's Earl", brother; by Dizzy Gillespie, 
Ray Brown and Gil Fuller. Arr. by 
Gil Fuller. © J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc., 
New York; 10Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP35735. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Two bass hit, by Dizzy Gillespie and John 
Lewis, arr. by Gil Fuller. © J. J. Robbins 
& Sons, inc., New York; 18Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP33979. Piano^onductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

GILLETTE, JAMES ROBERT, 1886- 
O for a thousand tongues to sing, [by] 
James R. Gillette, [words by] John Wesley. 
(Octavo edition, no. 1467) © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago 25Apr49, EP36296. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and organ. 

GILLIAM, LEONARD. 
You're the someone that's waiting in the 
rainbow of my dreams; words and music 
by Leonard Gilliam. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 3QDec48; 
EP33566. 

GILLIAN, HELEN, 1910- 
New outstanding melodies, by Helen Gillian. 
New York, C. Thomas Publications. 
© Helen Gillian; 8Dec48, EP32626. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

GILLIS, DON, 1912- 
Intermission - 10 minutes; [by] Don Gillis. 
© C happell & Co., inc., New York; 
14Mar49; EU160579. 

Lickety-split; by Don Gillis. © Chappell & 

Co., inc., New York; 3Feb49; EU156094. 

Score: orchestra. 
'Symphony no. 5-1/2; a symphony for fun 

[by] Don Gillis. © Boosey & Hawkes, 

inc., New York; 28Dec48; EP33734. 

Score. 
Traveling salesman; [by] Don Gillis. 

© Chappell & Co., inc., New York; 

25Apr49; EU165273. Score: orchestra. 

GILLMAN, FLOYD. 
I've loved you thru the years. See Hall, 
David. 



GILLUM, RUTH HELEN, 1907- 
There's no hiding place; spiritual, [by] 
R. H. Gillum. © R. H. Gillum; 10ct48; 
EP35387. Score: SATB and piano reduc- 
tion. 

GILMORE, PERLEY ANDREW. 
Tiahed little fellah. See Cross, Sylvester 
Long. 

GILSON, PAUL, 1865-1942. 
"(Petite suite, piano) Petite suite. Heine 
Suite. [By] Paul Gilson, revision par L. 
Wilmet. (Edition no. 192) © Edition 
Cranz, Bruxelles (in notice: A. Cranz); 
15Dec47; on revision; EF12153. 

GINDH ART, THOMAS J 1908- 

My silent prayer; lyric by Eddie Khoury, 
music by Tom Gindhart. © Edward A. 
Khoury & Thomas J. Gindhart, d.b.a. 
Chateau Publications, Philadelphia; 
27Jun49; EP37475. 

GINSBERG, SOLLY. 
Frisky fingers. See Wendling, Pete. 
Remember Mother's Day. See Akst, 
Harry Leopold. 

GIORDANO, UMBERTO, 1867-1948. 
"Largo e fuga* per archi, organo o armon- 
ium e arpa [by] Umberto Giordano. 
© G. Ricordi & Co., Milano; 17May49; 
EF13500. Score: organ or harmonium, 
harp & string orchestra. 

GIORGIS. 

Susy. See Nicelli, Ernesto. 

GIOVANNINI, SANDRO. 
Son belle. See Anzi, Giovanni D' . Domani 
e sempre domenica. 

GIRONI, EMILIO, 1884- 
Trenta minuti giornaheri; esercizi tecnici 
fondamentah, per violino [by] Emilio 
Gironi. © Carisch, s.a., Milano; 16Dec48; 
EF12438. 

GISSENDANNER, TRAVIS B. 
Goodnight for the last time. See Grieves, 
Virginia. 

My one and only; words and music by Travis 
B. Gissendanner. © Travis B. Gissen- 
danner; 4Mar49; EP35902. 

GITLIS, IVRY. 
Introduction and allegro. 
Lennox. 



See Berkeley, 



GIULIANI. MAURO, 1780-1840. 
Sonate fur Gitarre; [by] Mauro Giuliani. 
Op. 15. Hrsg. von Karl Scheit. (Musik fur 
Gitarre, UE 11320) © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 22Sep43; on arrangement; EF12315. 

GIVEN, EWERT. 
Love me and let me love you. See Hall, 
David. 

GIVLER, ROBERT CHENAULT, 1884- 
Slumber song- words and music by Robert 
C. Givler. © Robert Chenault Givler, 
16Mar49, EP36149. Score: SSATB and 
piano. 

GLADDEN, WASHINGTON. 
O Master, let me walk with Thee. See 
Weaver, Powell. 

GLADDEN, WILMER. 
The crucified one. See Cole, Grady. 

GLARUM, LEONARD STANLEY, 1908- 
God is our refuge; anthem for mixed voices 
a cappella, S.A.T.B., [by] L. Stanley 
Glarum. Psalm 46, adapted. (Choral 
octavos, no. 1667) © Hall & McCreary 
Co., Chicago; 24Jan49; EP34094. 

Sing praises; anthem for mixed voices, 
optional a cappella, S.A.T.B. [by] 
L. Stanley Glarum [words from] Psalm 
47:6-7 adapted. (Choral octavos, 
no. 1656) © Hall & McCreary Co 
Chicago; 17Dec48; EP33209 



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GLASER, RALPH. 
Did you tell a little white lie? Words and 
music by Babe Palumbo & Ralph Glaser 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33538. 

GLASER, VICTORIA MERRYLESS. 
Rest, sweet nymphs. J3ee_Pilkington, 
Francis. 

GLASS, CHARLES BRUCE, 1898- 
Uncle Harry; a march, words and music 
by John D. Eversman, Lucille Heffner, 
Charles Glass [and others] © John D. 
Eversman; 15Dec48; on words; EP36286. 

GLASS, MARY LYNN. 
Ecusta. See Eversman. John Dillon. 

GLASSCOCK, BILL. 
A few stolen moments. See Costello, Dick. 

GLAZER, TOM. 
Care, song, words and music by Tom Glazer. 
© Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York; 
7Jan49; EP33747. 

GLEASON, HAROLD, 1892- 
"Method of organ playing; by Harold Glea- 
son. 4th ed. © Appleton -Century - 
Crofts, inc., New York, 28Jan49; on 
additions & revisions; AA105843. 

GLENN, MABELLE. 
The kindergarten book. See Pitts, Lilla 
Belle. 

Singing all the day. See Pitts, Lilla Belle. 
Singing as we play. See Pitts, Lilla Belle. 

GLICK, H. 
Zog nit keinmol. See Weiner. Lazar. 

GLICKMAN, MORTIMER H. 
Israel. See Weitzman, Morris Abba. 

GLIERE, REINHOLD MORITSEVICH, 1875- 
"(Red poppy) Malayan dance; from The red 
poppy ballet [by] Reinhold Gliere, adapta- 
tation by Gregor Fittelberg. © Russian- 
American Music Publishers, inc., New 
York; 15May46; on adaptation; EP34501. 
For string orchestra. 

GLIVA, ALEXANDER. 
My dreams are only of heaven; words and 
music by Alexander Gliva. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33155. 

GLOGAU, JACK. 
The one I left behind In Caroline; by Al 
Plantadosl and Jack Glogau. © Plantadosl 
Music Publications, Encino; Calif.; 
18Apr49; EP36255. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

GLORIOUS EASTER DAY. 
Glorious Easter Day; an Easter service. 
[Words by Elsie Duncan Yale, and others, 
music by Chas. Francis Lane, and others] 
© Lorenz Publishing Co., Dayton, Ohio; 
3Jan49; EP36263. Hyms, with music. 

[GLOVER, CHARLES W ] 

The rose of Tralee [by Charles W. Glover], 
freely arr. by Fred Hartley. © The 
Peter Maurice Music Co., ltd., London; 
20Dec48; EF12088. Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

GLOVER, HENRY B. 
I can't go on without you. See Nix, Sally. 

GLOVER, NAN. 
All for your sake. See Hall, David. 

GLUCK, CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD, Ritter von 
1714-1787. 
The dance of the blessed spirits; from 

Orfeo, Act 2, [by] C. W. von Gluck, ed. 

and arr. by Edgar Hunt. (Recorder 

series, 28) © Schott & Co., ltd., London; 

24Jan49; on arrangement; EF12566. 

Score (treble recorder and piano) and 

part. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GLUCK, CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD, Ritter von 

1714-1787. Cont'd. 

"TJphigenie en Aulide) Gavotte [by] Gluck 
[arr. by Thomas Conway BrownJ © Nor- 
man Richardson Band Arrangements, 
Teddington, Middlesex, Eng.; 13Nov48; 
on arrangement; EF12048. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

(Orfeo ed Euridice) The dance of the 
blessed spirits; from Orfeo, act 2 [by] 
C. W. von Gluck. [Ed. and arr. by] Ed- 
gar Hunt. (Series for recorders & strings, 
no. 8) © Schott & Co., ltd., London; 
9Feb49; on arrangement- EF12561. Score 
(2 recorders, string orchestra and option- 
al keyboard instrument) and parts. 

Semiramis; pantomimisches Ballett von 
Chr. W. Gluck, hrsg. von Hans Schmidt - 
Isserstedt. Klavierauszug. © Universal- 
Edition, Wien; 7Nov42; on arrangement 
& compilation; EF12302. Piano score. 

GLUCKMAN, BERNIE. 
I'm the girl who married the man on the 
flying trapeze; by Bernie Gluckman. 
© Smith-Foley Music Publications, New 
York; 20Jun49; EP37472. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 



GLYNDON, HOWARD. 
Christmas-Eve chant. 
Frederik Melius. 



See Christiansen, 



[GLYNN, BETTY B ] 1918- 

Aloha march; lyric by Ted Matheson, arr. 
by [Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu diagram method for Hawaiian 
guitar, [lesson] 21 B) © Oahu Publishing 
Co., Cleveland; 28Mar49; on arrange- 
ment & instruction; EP37553. For voice 
and 2 guitars. Includes an article, 
Makakehau, the searcher. 
Bury me out on the prairie; Western song, 
arr. by [Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu rhythm style note course for 
plectrum guitar, [lesson] 7PG) © Oahu 
Publishing Co., Cleveland; 20Apr49 (in 
notice: 1948); on arrangement; EP37555. 
For voice and 2 guitars. Includes Timely 
tips from your faculty, and Music in 
South America. 

Chili blues; arr. by [Betty B. Glynn of] 
the Oahu staff. (Oahu diagram method for 
Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 87 B) © Oahu 
Publishing Co., Cleveland; 28Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP37552. Includes an 
article, Three big name guitarists. 

Give my love to Nell; piano arrangement 
[by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu advanced 
harmony note course for Hawaiian and 
electric guitar, [lesson] 13PT) © Oahu 
Publishing Co., Cleveland; 12Nov48, 
AA118519. For voice and piano. Includes 
Modern studies for professionals. 

Guitar boogie; words and music land 
arrangement] by Betty B. Glynn. 
(Oahu advanced harmony note course 
for Hawaiian and electric guitar, [lesson] 
25PT) © Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland; 
12Nov48; on arrangement; EP37548. For 
voice and 2 guitars. Includes Modern 
studies for professionals. 

I don't want him; arr. by "[Betty B. Glynn of] 
the Oahu staff. (Oahu rhythm style note 
course for plectrum guitar, [lesson 
8PG) © Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland- 
13May49, AA118517. For voice and 
2 guitars. Includes Timely tips from your 
faculty, and What makes Spanish music ... 
Spanish? 

Maui no ka oi; Hawaiian song, I arr. I by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu modern note method for electric 
and Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 24PN) 
© Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland; 
12Nov48; on arrangement; EP37554. For 
voice and two guitars. Includes Timely 
tips from your faculty, and an article, 
Yankee Doodle. 



Near the cross; arr. by [Betty B. Glynn of J 
the Oahu staff. (Oahu diagram method for 
Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 8B) © Oahu 
Publishing Co., Cleveland; 28Mar49; 
on arrangement & instruction; EP37550. 
For voice & 2 guitars. Includes Ever 
they sang hymns. 

Oahu boogie; words and music by B. Glynn, 
arr. by the Oahu staff. (Oahu diagram 
method for Hawaiian guitar [lesson ] 
37B) © Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland; 
28Mar49; AA118518. For voice and 
guitar. Includes Timely tips from your 
faculty, and an article, Boogie woogie. 

La Spagnola. See Chiara, Vincenzo Di. 

Steel guitar boogie; [composed and arr. J 
by B. Glynn, [of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu 
diagram method for Hawaiian guitar, 
[lesson] 78 B) © Oahu Publishing Co., 
Cleveland; 28Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP37551. Includes Timely tips from 
your faculty, and an article, Music. 

Theme from New World symphony. See 
Dvorak, Antonin. Symphony, no. 5. 

There is a tavern in the town; [arr.] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu modern note method for electric 
and Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 25PN) 
© Oahu Publishing Co., Cleveland; 
12Nov48; on arrangement; EP37556. For 
voice and 2 guitars. Includes Timely 
tips from your faculty, and an article, 
Hill-billy songs. 

Waltz exercise. See Searles, Mort. 

GNASS, FRANCES. 
Graduation day. See Ringle, Dave. 

GOCHNOUR, MARY. 
Stumbling home. See Bellovich, Thomas J. 

Wild ecstasy. See Hall, David. 

GOD OF OUR MOTHERS, THEE WE PRAISE. 
God of our Mothers, Thee we praise; 
[music, Ellacombe, f rom 1 Wurtemburg 
Gesangbuch, [words by] Alfred Hunt. 
© Alfred Hunt; 20jan49, on new words, 
EF12605. Close score: SATB. 

GODINI, ANTIGONO, 1901- 
C'est fini; beguine [by] A. Godini, parole di 
A. Natili. © Odeon, s.a., Milano; 18Feb49; 
EF12643. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

Trotterella; ritmo moderatq,[by] A. Godini, 
parole di A. Natili. ( With his C'est fini) 
© Odeon, s.a., Milano; 18Feb49; EF12643. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

GOEB, ROGER. 

"(Lyric piece, trumpet & piano) Lyric 
piece; [by] Roger Goeb. New York, 
Mercury Music Corp., sole selling 
agents. © Leonard Feist, d.b.a. 
Merrymount Music Press; 2Mar49; 
EP34623. 

GOELL KERMTT, 1915- 
The little old church near Leicester Square; 

by Michael Carr [pseud, land Kermit 

Goell. © Oxford Music Corp., New York; 

9Mar49; EP34931. For voice and piano, 

with chord symbols. 
Souvenir de Paris. See Wade, Hugh. 

GOERS, MARTIN JOHN, 1913- 
Christmas; [words and music by Martin 
John Goers] © Martin John Goers: 
21Dec48; EP33985. 

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG. 
DasVeilchen. See Nettl, Paul. 

GOEYENS, ALPHONSE, 1867- 
Morceau de concert, no 2. Concertstuk 

© fr*« ar A " G ? e y? ns - D °°r [A. Goeyens] 
& EdUtons musicales Brogneaux J B 
Faulx Bruxelles; 5Apr49; EF13325 ' 
Score (trumpet & piano) and part. 



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GOEYENS, FERNAND, 1892- 
Suite romantique; [by] F. Goeyens. 
© Schott freres, Bruxelles; 10May49; 
EF13405. Score (trumpet and piano) and 
part. 

GOFFE, EDWIN E G 

I do; lyrics and music by Edwin E. G. 
Goffe. Providence, Goffe Pub. Co. 
© Edwin E. G. Goffe; 9May49; EP37050. 

GOHIN, ROBERT. 
La bamba. See Grant, Joaquin. 
Pepitin. See Ribalta, Pedro. 

GOLD, ERNEST, 1921- 
Audubon; an overture by Ernest Gold. 
© Ernest Gold; 21Mar49; EU161411. 
Score: orchestra. 

[GOLDBAUM, FRIEDRICH] 1903- 
Le bal de la pluie; paroles de Marcel 
Dabadie, musique de Fred Freed [pseud.] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 28Mar49; 
EF13176. 
Comedie, slow de Fred Freed [pseud.], 
paroles [by] Jean Dartonne [pseudj 
© Jean Dartonne; 80ct48, EF11657. 
Dreaming of home and you; words by 
Tommie Connor, music by Fred Freed 

I pseud.] © Francis Day & Hunter, ltd., 
.ondon; 14Feb49; EF12617. 
Mariquiiia, samba, parole's de Jacques - 
Charles [pseud, fmusique de Fred Freed 

[pseud. ]& Camille Sauvage arrt, de C. 
)ambrosy [pseud. J (Nouvelle serie Sala- 
bert succes, no. 4867) © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 22Feb49, EF12693. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 
Ohel Jean-Baptiste. SeeBreux, Jacques. 

Simple melody. Simple melodie. English 
lyric by Fred Wise, French lyric by 
Marcel Dabadie, music by Fred Freed 
[pseud.] © Southern Music Publishing 
Co., inc., New York; 10Nov48; on English 
lyric; EP34729. 

Toute la nuit; tango, paroles de Geo Bonnet, 
musique de Fred Freed [pseud. ] R. 
Denoncin. © Jean Dartonne, Paris; 
lMar49; EF12703. 

Viens sur mon bateau; paroles de Marcel 
Dabadie, musique de Fred Freed [pseud.] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris, 9Feb49; 
EF12709. 

GOLDBERG, GENE. 
Barb'ra Lee. See McCormick, Sid. 

I'm singing the blues tonight. See 

McCormick, Sid. 
That rainy afternoon. See McCormick, 

Sid. 

GOLDBERG, HARRY D. 
Just a dream I used to know. See Stross, 
J. Clarence. 

The match-maker's daughter 
Elise C. 



See Lipton, 
See 



The outlaw's afraid of his in-laws. 
Lipton, Myron L. 

We'll talk about you. See Stross, J. 
Clarence. 



GOLDEN, ERNIE. 
Toymaker's dream; by Ernie Gol en, 
simplified arrangement for piano four 
hands by Louis Sug^arman. (I_n_ Sugar man, 
Louis, arr. Marks simplified piano duet 
album- p. 18-21) © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York; 15Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34341. 

GOLDEN, JACK. 

(Latin quarter) A night of romance; [from] 
Latin quarter, words and music by Jack 
Golden. © The Peter Maurice Music Co 
ltd., New York, 13May49, EF13479. 

Latin quarter; words and music by Jack 
Golden. © The Peter Maurice Music Co 
ltd., New York; 13May49; EF13480 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GOLDEN, VIRGINIA ROSE. 
Children's Day and Rally Day program 
builder. See Ramquist, Grace. 

GOLDMAN, EDWIN FRANKO. 
Trauersinfonie. See Wagner, Richard. 

GOLDMAN, MAURICE. 
Song of the Palmach. Shir haPalmach. 
We strike fast and we strike hard; setting 
for mixed voices S.A.T B., by Maurice 
Goldman, English text freely adapted by 
Josef Freudenthal. © Transcontinental 
Music Corp., New York; 3Jan49; on Eng- 
lish text & arrangement; EP32669, 

GOLDMAN, RICHARD FRANKO. 
Two airs. See Purcell, Henry. Bonduca. 

GOLDONI, CARLO. 
II filosofo di campagna. See Galuppi, 
Baldassare, called II Buranello. 

GOLDSWORTHY, WILLIAM A 
Jesus' Mother, and mine; Mother's Day 
anthem for combined junior and senior 
choirs [by] W. A. Goldsworthy, using 
freely a hymn tune by William B. Brad- 
bury. [Words by] William W. Walford and 
W. A. Goldsworthy. (Church music re- 
view, no. 2088) © The H. W. Gray Co., 
inc., New York; 3Jan49; EP32804. 
Suite. See Handel, Georg Friedrich. Water 
music. 

GOLLER, MARY ANNA. 
Oh. See Henderson, W. J. 

GOLZ, WALTER, 1881- 
For flute and muted strings; by Walter 
Golz. © The Composers Press, inc., 
New York; 15Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP36474. Score (flute, 2 violins, viola 
and violoncello) and parts. 

GOMER, LLYWELYN. pseud . See 
Jones, Gomer L. 

GOMEZ, EDDIE. 
Cuchi-cuchi; letra y musica de Eddie Gomez; 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
22Dec48; EP34703. 

GOMEZ, VICENTE. 
(The captain from Castile) Solea, guitar 
solo, by Vicente Gomez. From the picture 
The captain from Castile. © Pampa Music 
Publishing Association, inc., New York- 
30Dec48; EP32651. 

GOMEZ, WINNIFRED LOERCH. 
"Merry songs [for boys and girls; by] 
Winnifred Loerch Gomez. Music ed. 
by Leo Sowerby; illustrator- Eunice 
Young Smith. © Follett Publishing 
Co., Chicago; 20Mar49; A31529. 

GOMEZ BARRERA, CARLOS. 
Falsos juramentos; cancion, letra y 
musica de Carlos Gomez Barrera, or- 
questaciSn de Antonio Nunez M. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s. a., Mexico; 25Aug48;EF13025. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 
<!Por que has tardado? Cancion de Carlos 
Gomez Barrera, orquestacion de Antonio 
Nunez M. © Promotora Hispano Ameri- 
cana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 23Jul48; 
EF13028. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

GONZALEZ, AARON. 
Olvida. Memories set to music. Music by 
Aaron Gonzalez, Spanish lyric by Leo 
Rojo, English lyric by Peter Tinturin. 
New York, Peer International Corp. 
© Southern Music Publishing Co., inc.; 
22Dec48; on Spanish words; EP34702. 

GONZALEZ, FED OR. 
Gypsy lullaby; based on a traditional 
Spanish air, adaptation and lyric by Fedor 
Gonzalez. © Ideal Music Publishers, Lon- 
don; 14Feb49 (in notice: 1948); EF12327 



GONZALEZ, LEOPOLDO. 
Similau. See Clar, Arden. 

GONZALEZ, VIRGILIO. 
Tu para mi; guaracha, letra y musica 
de Virgilio Gonzalez, arreglo de Pe"rez 
Prado. © Peer International Corp., 
Habana; 12Aug48: EF12393. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts, 
with words. 

GONZALEZ DEL CASTILLO, E. See 
Castillo, Emilio Gonzalez del. 

GOODDING, GLADYS, 1893. 

Follow the Dodgers; lyrics & music by 
Gladys Goodding. © Gladys Goodding; 
10Jun48 (in notice: 1947); EP35413. 

GOODELL AUGUSTA A. 
Kathie. See Hall, David. 

GOODELL, WALTER. 
Fog. See Christie, Catherine Allison. 

Legende. See Chaikovskii, Petr Il'ich. 

The lesson of the cross. See Idle, Herbert 

Jewel. 
Oh Star-Spangled Flag. See Anderson, 

Carl Edward. 
Summer in Wisconsin. See Minton, 

Florence P. 

We thank Thee. See Christie, Catherine 
Allison. 

GOODHART, AL. 
(Folies parisienne) A folio of the Folies 
parisienne songs; lyrics by Sammy 
Gallop, music by Al Goodhart. © Breg- 
man, Vocco and Conn, inc., New York; 
25Feb49; EP34744. 
Stop the music, the official song of the 
radio show; lyric by Leni Mason [and] 
Arthur Berman, music by Al Goodhart. 
© Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., New 
York, 3Jan49; EP82798. 

GOODHART, DICK. 
Makin' hay. See Hall, David. 

GOODMAN, MRS . J. T. See 
Goodman, Zenobia. 

GOODMAN, ZENOBIA. 
I've had it before. See Hall, David. 

GOODNIGHT, ANITA LOUISE. 
Let me ride the mountain trail; words and 
music by Anita Louise Goodnight. 
© Pallma Music Products Corp., Chicago- 
lDec48; EP33718. 

GOODWIN, JOE. 
Everywhere you go. See Fisher, Mark. 

GOODWIN, LILLIAN C. 

Kinkade's log cabin folio. See Hall, Flavil. 
GORDER, GLENN. 
Locked in my heart, words and music by 
Glenn Gorder. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lAug48; EP33122. 

GORDON, EDGAR BERNARD, 1875- 
Journeys in music land. Songbook for 
children. Broadcast for grades 4-8. 
[By] Edgar B. Gordon. © Edgar B. 
Gordon; 18th year, 9Aug48; EP33119. 
Without the ace. At head of title: 
Wisconsin school of the air. 

GORDON. MRS. FRANK. 
Dreaming of you. See Cranford, Jack. 

GORDON, MACK. 
Every time I meet you. See Myrow, Josef. 
The beautiful blonde fronTBashful Bend. 
It happens every spring. See Myrow, Josef. 
Through a long and sleepless night. See 
Newman, Alfred. Come to the stableT" 
GORDON, ROZ. 

Vv^r m ! rry T T e; ^ ords and mus »c 
by Roz Gordon. New York, Capitol 

,m gS ; n ® c «terion Music Corp.; 
17Jan49; EP33745 



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GORDY, MERRILL. 
We dance tonight; words and music by 
Merrill Gordy. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35847. 

GORELICK, LOUIS. 
Zingt a yunge mame. See Schaefer, Jacob. 

GORGES, EYLEEN. 
Goodnight, Mother. See Hall, David. 

GORHAM, GRACE. 
Silvery June moon. See Richard, Leo. 

GORLIER. pseud. See 
Beltrami, Antonio. 

[GORNI, FRANCESCO] 1885- 

Bartali maglia gialla; valzer, parole di 
G. Giacobetti, musica di Gallo [pseud.] 
© Carisch, s.a., Milano; lAprC9; 
EF13157. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

Doli Cimba; canzone valzer, musica di 
Gallo [pseud.] testo di Pinchi [pseud.] 
© Carisch, s.a., Milano; 18Feb49; 
EF12645. 

Polka delle farfalle; musica di Gallo [pseud.J 
( With his Bartali maglia gialla) 
© Carisch s.a., Milano; lApr49; 
EF13157. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Risplende la luna; tango, musica di Gallo 
[pseud.] ( With his Bartali maglia gialla) 
© Carisch s.a., Milano; lApr49; EF13157. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

Sorrisi celesti; mazurka, musica di Gallo 
[pseud.] ( With his Bartali maglia gialla) 
© Carisch s.a., Milano; lApr49; 
EF13157. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

GORNSTON, DAVID, 1905- 
40 rhythm etudes. See Paisner, Ben. 

Gornston's intermediate clarinet method; 
by David Gornston. Contributing editor: 
Ben Paisner. A follow-up second book, for 
individual or class instruction. © Edward 
Schuberth & Co., inc., New York; 
14Mar49; EP35037. 

Gornston's intermediate saxophone method; 
by David Gornston. © Edward Schuberth 
& Co., inc., New York; 29Apr49; EP36339. 

GOSSARD, LORA CLARK, 1869- 
God bless our home, arr. for mixed voices, 
words by Herma Clark, melody by Lora 
C. Gossard, harmony by Thomas E. 
Gossard. (Educational music series, 
no. 307) © Hathaway Music Publications, 
Chicago; 10Dec48; EP34308. 

GOSSARD, THOMAS EMERY. 
God bless our home. See Gossard, Lora 
Clark. 

GOSSEC, FRANCIS. 
Let s go on a picnic; based on Gossec's 
Gavotte, adaptation and lyric by Albert 
Gamse. [Arrangement by Ben Kendall] 
© Bregman, Vocco & Conn, inc., New 
York; 8Jun49; EP37561. For piano, with 
words. 

GOTLIEB, ADOLF. 
Suite in three movements. See 
Khachaturian, Aram Il'ich. Suite, 2 
pianos. 

GOTLIEB, M. 
Suite in three movements. See 
Khachaturian, Aram H'ichT^uite, 2 
pianos. 

GOTSCHALL, PEARL ELIZABETH JACKS. 
New sacred favorites. See Jacks, Hazel 
Lillian. 

GOTT, ELIZABETH LYONS, 1867- 
Aggravating Fanny; words and music by 
Elizabeth L. Gott. © Elizabeth L. Gott; 
ljun49; EP37395. 

GOTTARDI, JOSE MIGUEL. 
Tu me has enganado. See Rosa, Orlando 
De La. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GOTTHEIL, GUSTAV. 
Early will I seek Thee. See Adler, Hugo C. 

GOULD, MORTON, 1913- 

American symphonette no. 2; [by] Morton 

Gould. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 

2Jan39; on arrangement; EP35496. 

Score: orchestra. 
Guajira; popular dance [by] Morton Gould. 

© G & C Music Corp., New York; 28Mar49, 

EU164012. Score: orchestra. 
Philharmonic waltzes; waltz suite in three 

parts, [by] Morton Gould. © G & C 

Music Corp., New York, 3Jan49, 

EU153223. Score: orchestra. 
Serenade of carols; tor small orchestra 

[by] Morton Gould. © G & C Music Corp., 

New York; 18Apr49; EU165349. Score. 

GOULD, SABINE BARING. See 
Baring-Gould, Sabine. 

GOUNOD, CHARLES FRANCOIS, 1818-1893. 

Ave Maria; meditation on Prelude 1 from 
The well-tempered clavichord by J. S. 
Bach. For five part mixed chorus with 
piano or organ ace, easy S.S.A.T.B., [by] 
Charles Gounod, arr. by Roy Ringwald. 
English words adapted by R. R. 
© Shawnee Press, inc., East Stroudsburg, 
Pa.; 31Dec48; on arrangement; EP37104. 
Words in English and Latin. 

The divine Redeemer; an S.A.B. Easter 
choir cantata, arr. for the use of choirs 
of mixed voices, from the four-part 
cantata for mixed voices bearing the 
same title. Words comp. and written by 
Ellen Jane Lorenz, music arr. by Ellen 
Jane Lorenz, music arr. by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz, from themes by Charles F. 
Gounod. © Lorenz Publishing Co., Day- 
ton, Ohio; 3Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP36262. 

(Faust) Jewel song; [from] Faust, [by] 
Charles Gounod, simplified arr. by Mark 
White. (In New York Journal-American, 
Dec. 28, 1948, p. 6-W. Music America 
loves best, no. 13) © Radio Corp. of Am- 
erica, Camden, N. J.; 28Dec48; B5-9818. 
For piano solo, with interlinear words, 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

O divine Redeemer. Repentir. Parce 
Domine. Sacred song, with piano or organ 
ace. by Charles Gounod. [Ed. by Edward 
S. Breck] © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
31Mar49; on editing; EP35699. 

Praise ye the Father, anthem, S.S.A., by 
Charles Gounod, arr. by Allen Griffith 
[pseud.] (Octavo no. 923) © Belwm, 
inc., New York; 7Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33487. 

Vision de Jeanne d'Arc, [by] Charles 
Gounod, transcribed for organ by N. Lind- 
say Norden. © Edward Schuberth & Co., 
inc., New York; 10Jan49; on transcription; 
EP33626. Includes registration for 
Hammond organ. 

GOURFAIN HARRY. 
The Holy Ghost is trimmin' me down. 
See Hathaway, Charles. 

GOURLEY, RAY. 
Bronson electric Hawaiian guitar method. 
See Bronson electric Hawaiian guitar 
method. 

GOWARD, BARBARA E 1912- arr. 

Relax and harmonize! Part songs for 
changed, changing, and unchanged voices 
combined, for use in boys' schools, junior 
high school boys' chorus, junior high 
school mixed chorus, comp. and arr. by 
Barbara E. Goward. © The Boston Music 
Company, Boston; 10Jun49; on compilation 
& arrangement; EP37744. 

GOWER, GLENN. 
Shake hands, say "How do you do." See 
Sheridan, Cecil. 



GRACE, M PHILIP, 1903- 

(Jiggs and Maggie in court) All I have to 
have is you [from the picture] Jiggs and 
Maggie in court by Ted Mossman and M. 
Philip Grace. © Music -Art Publications, 
Hollywood, Calif.; 31Dec48; EP32539. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

GRADENWITZ, PETER. 
The music of Israel; its rise and growth 
through 5000 years. [1st ed.] New York, 
W. W. Norton. 334 p. illus. © Peter 
Gradenwitz; 29Apr49; A32416. 

GRADY, JAMES ROBERT. 
Carolina jubilee. See Haas, Tommie. 

GRAENER, PAUL, 1872-1944. 

'Lieder der Erinnerung [by] Paul Graener. 
Op. 111. Gesang und Klavier. © Univer- 
sal-Edition, Wien; 9Nov42; EF12257. 

Schwanhild; romantische Oper in drei Akten 
[by] Paul Graener. Dichtung von Otto 
Antnes. Klavierauszug mit Gesang von 
Clemens v. Francken stein. (Edition no. 
11521) © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
13Sep41; on arrangement; DP18605. 
Piano-vocal score. 

GRAFF, ELLEN. 
Boom went my heart today; lyric by Gil- 
bert S. Watson, music by Ellen Graff. 
© Edwards Music Co., New York; 
10Dec48; EP33702. 

GRAHAM, CARLENE, pseud . See 
Mair, Carlene. 

GRAHAM, IRVTN, pseud . See 
Abraham, Irvin. 

GRAHAM, JOHNNY, 1911- 
After what you said last night; lyric by 
Jack Manus and Johnny Romaine, music 
by Johnny Graham and Bernard Bierman, 
© Wemar Music Corp., New York; 
3Mar49; EP34594. 

GRAHAM, PERCY PERRY, 1879- 
Lesson plans for teaching vocal music; 
by Percy Graham, ed. by Ruth L. Curtis 
and Warren S. Freeman. © Oliver 
Durrell, inc. New York; 25Apr49; 
AA117684. 

GRAINGER, PERCY ALD RIDGE, 1882- 
Irish tune from County Derry; set for 
military band by Percy Aldridge Grainger, 
arr. for modern bands with new parts by 
H. R. Kent [pseud.] New York, C. Fischer. 
(British folk-music settings, no. 20. 
United States band journal no. 240) 
© Percy Grainger; 28Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP33814. Condensed score and 
parts. 
Shepherd's hey; [traditional English Morris 
dance tune] set for military band by 
Percy Aldridge Grainger, arr. for modern 
bands with new parts by H. R. Kent 

t pseud.] (With Jus. Irish tune from County 
>erry) New York, C. Fischer. (British 
folk-music settings, no. 21. United 
States band journal, no. 240) © Percy 
Grainger; 28Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP33814. Condensed score and parts. 

GRANATO, LAWRENCE. 
Little by little, I'm falling in love, words & 
music by L. Granato, Sr. © Lawrence 
Granato & Son, Dayton, Ohio; 22Mar49- 
EP36163. 

GRANDELL, MARY BROWN. 
Yearning for love and home. See Hall, David. 

GRANDJANY, MARCEL. 
Aria and rigaudon. See Kirchhoff, Gottfried. 
The king's hunt. See Bull, John. 

Pavane et bransles. See Francisque, Anthoine 

Le tfesor d'Orphe"e. 
Prelude and toccata. See Handel, Georg 

Friedrich. 
Saraband. See Handel, Georg Friedrich. 



GRANGER, MARTIN. 
Little boy love; words and music by Ross 
Parker and Martin Granger. © Magna 
Music Co., London, 7Mar49, EF12913. 

GRANT, EDDIE. 
Dial 2-4828. See Hall, David. 

GPcANT, EZRA. 
My baby ain't so tall. See Richard, Leo. 

GRANT, HAROLD, pseud. See. 
Kirchstein, Harold M. 

GRANT, HUBERT, 1880- 
Pentecost; [by Hubert Grant] © Philip J. 
Grant; 4Apr49; EP35621. Close score: 
SATB. 

GRANT, JOAQUIN, 1880- 

La bamba; samba, paroles de Chamfleury 
[pseud.] & Liogar [pseud.] musique de 
Joaquin Grant. © Julio Garzon; 31Mar49; 
EF13188. French and Spanish words. 

Noche de verbena. See Maurin, Rene". 

GRANT, JOSEPH W. 
Petite romance. See Schumann, Robert 
Alexander. Album fur die Jugend. 

GRASSO, FRANK T. 
America, the beautiful. See Ward, 
Samuel Augustus. 

GRASSO, VIOLA M. 
Pretending. See Hall, David. 

GRAVES, RICHARD HARDING, 1926- 
Scenes from Black Beauty; by Richard 
Graves. Eight short pieces for pianoforte 
solo based on the famous book by Anna 
Sewell. © Warren & Phillips, ltd., 
London; 12jan49; EF12513. 



GRAVIER, EUNICE. 
When the shades of night are falling. 
Hall, David. 



See 



GRAY, ALLAN. 
(Sauce tartare) You like it, yes? You like 
It, no? [From] Sauce tartare, music by 
Allan Gray, words by Alan Stranks & 
Harris Weston, additional lyrics by Geof- 
frey Parsons. © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York; 19May49, 
EF13481. 



GRAY, BARRY. 
On a rainy day in Paris. 
Edward. 



See Dryhurst, 



GRAY, GERALD WILLIAM, 1895- 
Orlental dream girl; words and music by 
Gerald Gray. © Gerald William Gray; 
ljun49 (in notice: 1948); EP37259. 

GRAY, HENRY D 1912- 

Why break my heart? Words by Edward J. 
Budukiewlcz and music [by] Henry Gray. 
© The Boston-New York Music Publish- 
ing Co., Boston; 26Nov48; EP33226. 



GRAY, TIMMY, pseud . 
Frager, Philip. 



See 



GRAYSON, RALPH, jjgeud. See 
Rubinstein, Ralph. 

GRAZIOLI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA IGNAZIO, 
1746-ca. 1820. 

*(Sonata, harpsichord, op. 2, no. 5) Sonata 
in G [by] Giovanni Battista Grazioli, ed. 
by Leo Podolsky. (Piano sonatas by 
early masters, P2650) © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York: 28Dec48; on editing & 
annotation; EP32790. 

GREAVES. WILLIAM GARFIELD. 
You had better change your ways; words by 
Milt Gablei\ music by WUllam Garfield 
Greaves. © Northern Music Corp., 
New York; 18Apr49, EP36282. 

I. Gabler, Milt, lyricist. H. Title. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GRECHANINOV, ALEKSANDR TIKHONOVICH, 
1864- 

Bell song, for chorus of men's voices, 
traditional text adapted by Vladimir 
Ussachevsky, the music by Alexandre 
Gretchaninoff. (Modern series, no. 650) 
© The H. W. Gray Co., inc., New York; 
14Jan49; EP33970. 

GRECO, EMANUELE, 1893- 
For the Stars and Stripes; [words and 
music by Emanuele Greco] © Emanuele 
Greco; 21Mar49; EP35076. 

GREEF, JEANNE DE. 
Don Jose de Carioca. See Wittebols, 
Francois. 

GREELEY, GEORGE. 
I'll wait; lyric by Ramey Idriss & George 
Tibbies, music by George Greeley. 
© Robert Music Corp., New York; 28Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP33886. 

GREEN, ADOLPH. 
The right girl for me. See Edens, Roger. 

Take me out to the ball game. 
Yes, indeedy. See Edens, Roger. Take me 

oat to the ball game. 

GREEN, EDDIE. 
A good man is hard to find; by Eddie Green, 
arr. by Lou Leaman. © Mayfair Music 
Corp., New York; 18May49; on arrange- 
ment; EP37087. Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 

GREEN, ELIZA CRAVEN. 
Elian Vannin. See Townend. F. R. 

GREEN, ELIZABETH A H 1906- 

Orchestral bowings and routines; by 
Elizabeth A. H. Green. Ann Arbor, Mich., 
The Edwards Letter Shop. © Elizabeth 
A. H. Green; lApr49; A31800. 

[GREEN, HENRY PHILIP] 
Killarney in the spring; lyric by Tommie 
Connor, music by Patrick Toohey [pseud.] 
© Unit Music Publishing Co., sole owners: 
Unit Productions, ltd., London; 28Sep48; 
EF12874. 

GREEN, HOWARD P Sr. 

Tho' it should mean; lyrics and music by 
Howard P. Green, Sr. © Hillcrest Music 
Publications, Omaha; 8Jun49 (in notice: 
1945); EP37468. 

GREEN, JOHN V 
When the stars come out; words by Anthony 
J. Donia, music by John V. Green. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
3Feb49; EP35846. 

GREEN, JOHNNY. 
I cover the waterfront, [by] Johnny Green, 
arr. by Jerry Sears. © Harms, inc., 
New York; 4Jan49: on arrangement; 
EP33617. Score (saxophone and piano) 
and part. 
Out of nowhere; simplified piano solo, with 
large notes, words by Edward Heyman, 
music by Johnny Green. [Arr. by Geo. N. 
Terry] © Famous Music Corp., New York; 
23May49; on arrangement; EP37141. 

GREEN, PHILIP, 1911- 

Bank holiday march; by Philip Green. 
© C happen & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 
EF13111. Melody with instrumental cues. 

Champs Elysees; by Philip Green. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13112. 
Melody with instrumental cues. 

La maja de Goya. The ladies of Goya, 
Castllian fantasia by Philip Green. 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 21Jul48; 
EF12191. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Silver spurs; composed by Phil Green, arr. 
by Robert Gill. © Francis, Day & Hunter, 
ltd., London; 31Mar49; EF12916. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

See also McCarthy, Joseph, pseud . 



GREEN, PHILLIP. 
I'd give the world to you, sweetheart. See 
Moody, V/ally. 

GREEN, RUSSELL. 
The jovial beggar; two part song, author 
unknown, music by Russell Green. 
(Modern festival series, no. 153) © Boosey 
& Co., ltd., London; HMar49; EF12568. 
Meg Merrilies, two-part song, music by 
Russell Green, words by John Keats. 
(Singing class music, no. 644) © Edward 
Arnold & Co., London, 17Jun48, EF11931. 
My bonny lass she smileth; for male voices, 
author unknown, music by Russell Green. 
(Modern festival series, no. 369) 
© Boosey & Co., ltd., London; HMar49; 
EF12569. 
O hush thee, my babie; two-part song, 
music by Russell Green, words by Sir 
Walter Scott. (Singing class music, 
no. 645) © Edward Arnold & Co., London; 
17Jun48, EF11932. 

GREEN, SANFORD. 
We're not children anymore; lyric by Harry 
Ross, music by Sanford Green. © Robert 
Music Corp., New York; 28Mar49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35198. 

GREENBERG, MILDRED W 1913- 

Israell rhapsody, music by Mildred W. 
Greenberg. © Mildred W. Greenberg, 
28Apr49; EU165519. Score: orchestra. 

GREENE, ARCILLA. 
Time will tell. See Hall, David. 

GREENE, CORNELIA B 1915- 

I d love to have that Christmas feelings 
words and music by Connie Greene [arr. 
by Bertram Colter] © Connie Publishing 
Co., Manchester. N. H. & Karl Hillman; 
18Dec48; EP34121. 

GREENE, GEORGE. 

I got a gal In Galveston, by Johnny Williams 

[pseud.] and George Greene. © Republic 

Music Corp., New York; 3Jan49; EP33301. 

For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

GREENE, JOE. 
Sixty two ladles In sea-green pajamas; 
by Joe Greene [arr. by Lou Halmy] 
© Leon Rene Publications, Hollywood, 
Calif.; 14Feb49; EP35235. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

GREENE, MORT. 
Tulsa. See Wrubel, Allie. 

GREENE, VIVIANE. 
Love me I love me! love me! or leave me 
alone- words and music by Frank Ander- 
son, Renny La Marre, and Viviane Greene. 
© Miller Music Corp., New York; 3Feb49; 

GREENING, DORIS. 
Life's bouquet. See Keates, James 
Edward. 

GREENWALD, ROBERT. 
A wedding in the park. See. Greenwood, 
Foster. 

GREENWOOD, FOSTER. 
A wedding in the park; words by Bob Wald 
[pseud, j music by Foster Greenwood 
[and] George LeVier. © Regent Music 
Corp., New York; 9Mar49; EP34881. 

GREGORY, BOBBY, 1900- 
Bobby Gregory and his Cactus Cowboys, 
[by Bobby Gregory] © American Music 
Publishing Co., New York; folio no.22, 
190ct48; EP32612. 
Bobby Gregory and his Cactus Cowboys, 
[by Bobby Gregory] © American Music 
Publishing Co., New York; folio no.23, 
190ct48; EP32613. 



Bobby Gregory's album of heart songs; 
[by] Bobby Gregory [words by Roy Lowery, 



Thomas Colangelo and Bobby Gregory] 
© American Music Publishing Co New 
York, 23May49, EP37053. 



The drunkard's child, a hill-biUy song, 
words by Roy Lowery, music by Bobby 
Gregory. © American Music Pub. Co. 
New York; 3Feb49; EP34855. 

Honolulu honey. See Dyson, Hal. 

GREISSLE, FELIX. 
Cordoba. See Lecuona y Casado, Ernesto. 
Andalucia. 

GRENET SANCHEZ, ELISEO, 1893- 
Mama Inez, lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, 
music by Eliseo Grenet, arr. by Jimmy 
Dale. © Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 
New York; 8Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP34925. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

GRETCHANINOFF, ALEXANDRE. See 
Grechaninov. Aleksandr Tlkhonovlch. 

GREVALLE, J., pseud . See 
Greef, Jeanne de. 

GREVER, MARIA, 1894- 
Wlnd in my sails, fox trot; arr. by Rush 
Morgan, music by Maria Grever, lyric 
by Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl [pseud.] 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 29Nov48; on arrangement; EP33680. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

(Wind in my sails) Inquietud; Spanish lyric 
and music by Maria Grever. © Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp., New York; 2Feb49; 
on words; EP34040. 

GREY, LA VERNE, pseud . See 
Lillenas, Haldor. 

GRIDLEY, SYBIL. 
I fell in the fall of the year; by Sybil 
Gridley, [words by] Anne Francis. 
© Republic Music Corp., New York; 
23Jun49; EP37905. 

GRIEG, EDVARD HAGERUP, 1843-1907. 

Ave Maris Stella. Hail Thou, King 
of Glory; S.A.B., a cappella ad. lib., 
by Edvard Grieg, arr. [with English 
text] by Paul Fuller [pseud.] (Octavo 
no. 953) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
7Jan49; on arrangement; EP33488. 

Brothers, sing on! A choral salutation, 
T.B.B., words after the Swedish original 
by Herbert Dalmas, music by Edvard 
Grieg, arr. and ed. by Howard D. McKinney. 
(Edition no. 8451) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; 8Feb49; on arranging & editing; 
EP34427. 

(Concerto, piano) Concerto in A minor. 
Opus 16. First movement, by Edvard 
Grieg. Concert paraphrase, free inter- 
pretation by Walter Stockhoff. © Shat- 
tinger, inc., St. Louis; 31Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP32638. For piano solo. 

Im balladenton; ballade [by] Edvard Grieg. 
Op. 65, no. 5. Transcribed by Joseph E. 
Maddy. © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 21Mar49; on arrangement; EP35353. 
Score (string orchestra) and parts. 

In the hall of the Mountain King. See his 
Peer Gynt. 

King of Love, my Shepherd- anthem for 
mixed voices, [by] Edvara Grieg, arr. by 
Homer Whitford, [words by] Henry Baker, 
adapted. ([Pub. order] no. 21638) ©Theo- 
dore Presser Co., Philadelphia; 15Feb49; 
on arrangement; EP 34880. 

The last spring. Letzter Fruhling. [By] 
Edvard Grieg. Op. 34 no. 2. Simplified 
arr. by Mark White. (In, New York Journal- 
American, Oct. 17, 1948. p. L 24. Music 
America loves best, no. 3) © Radio Corp. 
of America, Camden, N. J.; 170ct48; 
B5-9817. For piano solo, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols. 

Norwegian dance, [by] Edvard Grieg. 
Op. 35, no. 2. Arr. by T. Robin Mac- 
Lachlan. © Schroeder & Gunther inc., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 13Jan49; on arrange- 
ment; EP33669. For piano, 4 hands. 



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GRIEG, EDVARD HAGERUP. 1843-1907. Cont'd. 
O life with splendor; [by] Edvard Grieg, 
arr. for band or band with chorus by 
Lucien Cailliet. [Text by Vera L. Cail- 
liet] © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., Philadel- 
phia; 26Apr49; on arrangement; EP36764. 
Condensed score and parts. 
O life with splendor; for mixed chorus with 
band or piano ace. [By] Edvard Grieg, 
arr. by Lucien Cailliet, text by Vera L. 
Cailliet. (Choral series 1059) © Elkan- 
Vogel Co., inc., Philadelphia; 21Mar49; 
on arrangement; EP35467. Score: chorus 
(SATB) and piano. 
O life with splendor; for women's chorus 
with band or piano ace. [By] Edvard Grieg, 
arr. by Lucien Cailliet, text by Vera L. 
Cailliet. (Choral series 3045) © Elkan- 
Vogel Co., inc., Philadelphia; 2LMar49; 
on arrangement; EP35468. Score: chorus 
(SSAA) and piano. 
(Peer Gynt) In the hall of the Mountain 
King [from] Peer Gynt suite, by Edvard 
Grieg. Simplified arrangement for 
piano four hands by Louis Sugar man. (In 
Sugarman, Louis, arr. Marks' simplified 
piano duet album, p. 6-7) © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp., New York; 15Feb49; 
on arrangement; EP34336. 
(Sigurd Jorsalfar) Triumphal march; 
from Sigurd Jorsalfar [by 1 Edvard Grieg. 
Op. 56. Arr. by Virginia Speiden Carper. 
([Pub. order] no. 28025) ©Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 24May49: 
on arrangement; EP37204. Parts: 2 
pianos, 8 hands. 
Solvejg's song, three-part song for women's 
voices. [By] Edvard Grieg. Op. 23 
no. 1. Arr. by Donald E. Sellew. [Words 
by] Henrik Ibsen, English text by Arthur 
Westbrook. ([Pub. order] no. 15342) 
© Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 25Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33975. 
Song of Norway. See his Works. 
Triumphal march. See Ms. Sigurd Jorsalfar. 
(Works) Song of Norway choral selection; 
from the operetta, Song of Norway, based 
on the life and music of Edvard Grieg, 
transcription for mixed voices (S.A.T.B.) 
by Clay Warnick, music by Edvard Grieg, 
musical adaptation and lyrics by Robert 
Wright and George Forrest, (vocal 
library of part songs, 2163) © Chappell & 
Co., inc., New York; 5Apr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35897. 

GRIESHOP, JOSEPH WILLIAM. 
Red clay hills of Tennessee; words and 

music by Joe (St. Clair) Grieshop. 

© Peer International Corp., New York; 

8Feb49; EP36406. 
A scarlet rose that tells the story; words 

and music by Joe (St. Clair) Grieshop. 

© Peer International Corp., New York; 

8Feb49; EP36416. 
Tears from a. silver haired lady; words 

and music by "Joe St. Clair" Grieshop. 

© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, 

Calif.; 7Apr49; EP36006. 
There's a waltz in my heart; words and 

music by "Joe St. Clair" Grieshdp. 

© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, 

Calif.; 7Apr49; EP36008. 
Too proud to crv; words and music by 

"Joe St. Clair Grieshop. © Hill & 

Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 

7Apr49; EP36007. 



GRIESSER, CHARLES I 



1882- 



Little angel baby mine, [by] Charles I. 
Gnesser. © Charles I. Griesser; 
22Apr49, EP36240. For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

GRIEVES, VIRGINIA. 
Goodnight for the last time; [by] Travis 
Gissendanner [and] Virginia Clarke. 
© Travis B. Gissendanner & Virginia 
Grieves; 12Apr49; EP36696. For voice 
and piano. 



Honey, when you smile at me; [by] Virginia 
Clarke [pseud.] © Virginia Grieves; 
29Apr49; EP37136. For voice and piano. 

GRIFFETE, EDUARDO, pseud . §ee 
Griffiths, Edward. 

GRIFFIN ELEANOR LOUISE. 
Do you know that I love you? Words and 
music by Eleanor Louise Griffin. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
20May48; EP32970. 

GRIFFIN, IRMA. 
Some day. See Hall, David. 

GRIFFIN, KEN. 
Love me forever and ever; words and 
music by Eddy Hanson and Ken Griffin. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
19Jul48; EP36358. 

GRIFFIN, NANCY HEARN. 
Unto us a Child is born. See Ridderhof, 
Nicholas Lambert. 

GRIFFING, LLEWELLYN. 
Say your pray'rs like Mommy taught you to; 
words and music by Llewellyn Griffing. 
© Llewellyn Music Co., New York; 
28Jan49; EP33914. 

GRIFFITH, ALLEN, pseud . See 
Howorth, Wayne. 

[GRIFFITHS, EDWARD] 
Mia mantilla. My shawl; Spanish 3/4 
quick step, words by Jose Morellio 
[pseud.], music by Eduardo Griff ete 
[pseud.] © Noel Gay Music Co., inc., 
London; 28Feb49; EP35529. 

GRIGGS, MARY HELEN, 1913- 
He whispered, "Peace, be still"; [by] 
Helen Griggs, [words by] Shelden Helsley. 
(In Crawford. Ruth D. Pinebrook melodies, 
no. 102. Grand Rapids, Mich., Eerdmans 
Pub. Co.) © Mary Helen Griggs; lMay41 
(in notice: 1940); EP36558. Hymn, with 
words. 

GRIGGS, T C 

Gently raise the sacred strain) words by 
W. W. Phelps, music by T. C. Griggs 

Sarr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. © Belwin, inc., 
Jew York; 3Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP34607. For piano; with words. 

GRILZ, PAULA. 
Dix-sept contredanses et 13 menuets. See 
Leclerc, Jean. 

GRIMES, AGNES VALENTINE, 1894- 
Unlted Nations hymn; words and music by 
Agnes V. Grimes. © Agnes Valentine 
Grimes; lFeb49; EP84651. 

GRIMM, CHRISTIAN A 1875- 

Love is a wonderful game; words and music 
by Nuncio Porrohieto and Christian A. 
Grimm. Chicago, General Music Sales. 
© Nuncio Porrometo; 3Jun49; EP37237. 
Mother's lullaby; words and music by 
Constance Lundell Tuxinsky and 
Christian A. Grimm. Chicago, General 
Music Sales. © Constance Lundell 
Turinsky & Christian A. Grimm; 20Jan49; 
EP34010. 

GRINAN, PASCUAL BUENO. 
El palo tiene curujey; son montuno, letra 
y musica de Pascual Bueno Grinan, arr. 
de Obdulio Morales. © Rumbalero Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 17May49; 
EP37413. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words. 

GRISWOLD, GEORGE LUTHER, 1904- 
Six choruses revealing Jesus love; words 
and music by G. L. Griswold. © George 
Luther Griswold; 25Apr49; EP36670. 
Hymns, with music. 
Three songs about Him; words & music by 
G. L. Griswold. © George Luther Gris- 
wold; 5Dec48; EP33692. 



GROFF, FRANK HENRY. 
Keep in the middle of the road. See Hays, 
Will Shakespeare. 

GROGAN, GRACE ELLIS, 1894- 
The old Blarney stone; words and music 
by Grace Ellis Grogan. © The D'Olier 
Music Co., Dublin; 230ct48; EF12590. 

GROOMS, CRAWFORD, 1917- 
Tex Grooms' [folio], arr. for piano, accor- 
dion, guitar [and] violin. [Words and music 
by Crawford Grooms, Eugene Lee Wellman, 
Russell Eugene Hull and others, comp. by 
Russell Eugene Hull] © Country Music 
Publishers, Russ Hull, owner, Chicago; 
bk. 1, 31Dec48; EP32564. Melody and 
chord symbols, with words. 

GROSSER, MAURICE RICHARD. 
Four saints in three acts. See Thomson, 
Virgil. 

GROTE, ESTHER AUGUSTA, 1918- 
(Fugue, string orchestra) Fugue; [by] 
Esther A. Grote. © Esther Augusta 
Grote; 22Mar49; EU161462. Score. 

GROTH, EINAR. 
Don Quljote, paso doble, musik [by] 
Einar Groth, arrangemang [by] Thore 
Arnryd. © Ehrling & Lofvenholm AB, 
Stockholm; ljan47; EF11793. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

GROVE, JACK BYRON, 1914- 
Christmas invocation. Duan Nollaig. 
Ancient Irish melody, arr. by Jack 
Byron Grove, for TTBB voices, 3 trumpets 
and organ. ([Pub. order] no. 1653) 
© McLaughlin & Reilly Co., Boston; 
10Dec48; on arrangement; EP36746. 
Words partly in Gaelic and partly in 
English. 

GROVE, JAMES H 
In the shadow of the pines; words and music 
by James H. Grove. © James H. Grove; 
4Apr49; EP36270. 

GROVE, VIOLA. 
Did you mean to break my heart? See 
Hall, David. 

GROVES, EDGAR OSGOOD. 
Fog. See Christie, Catherine Allison. 

GRUBER, FRANZ XAVER, 1787-1863. 
Silent night; [by] Franz Gruber, arr. by 
Mark White. (In New York Journal-Ameri- 
can, Dec. 19, 1948, p. 8-W. Music 
America loves best, no. 12) © Radio 
Corp. of America, Camden, N. J.; 19Dec48; 
B5-9820. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

GRUBER, JOSEF 

Mass in honor of St. Joan of Arc; S.S.A. [by] 
J. Gruber. Op. 311. Arr. by Cyr de 
Brant [pseud.] (Edition [no.] 8459) 
© J. Fischer & Bro. New York; 28Mar49; 
on arrangement; EP35599. 

GRUBSTICK, PAULA S 
Lay heady down; words by Paula S. Grub- 
stick [and] May McArthur-Ratliff, music 
by Paula S. Grubstick. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; ljun49; EP37351. 

GRUMMER PAUL, 1879- 
TDie Grundlage der klassischen und 
virtuosen Technlk auf dem Violoncello. 
Les bases de la technique et de la 
virtuosite' du violoncelle. 40 Etfiden 
nach Franz Wohlfahrt frei bearb. 
Franz Wohlfahrt, 40 etudes llbrement 
interprete. [By] Paul Griimmer. 
© Universal-Edition, Wten; 30Apr42; 
EF12262. 

Konzert, G-moll. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. 

GRUMMONS, RUTH NORINE, 1906- 
I'm glad He came my way; composed by 
Norine Grummons. © Ruth Norine 
Grummons; 15Mar49; EP35047. Hymn, 
with music. 



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GRUMMONS, RUTH NORINE, 1906- Cont'd. 

See His footprints on the way. See 

Robertson, Bruce Gilbert. 
When I met Jesus; [by] Norine Grummons 

t words by] Emma Lindeman. ( With 
tobertson, Bruce Gilbert. See His 
footprints on the way) © Ruth Norine 
Grummons; 15Mar49; EP35049 Hymn, 
with music. 
When you pray through- [by] Norine 
Grummons [words by] Loella Hobson. 
(With her I'm glad He came my way) 
© KutFTNbrine Grummons; 15Mai49; 
EP35047. Hymn, with music. 

GRUNDLAND, FREDDIE. 
How can you buy Killarney. See Steels, 
Ted. 

GRUNDMAN, CLARE EWING, 1913- 
Little march; [by] Clare E. Grundman. 
(Concert band Q.M.B. 165) © Boosey 
& Hawkes, inc., New York; 21Apr49; 
EP36170. Score (band) condensed score 
and parts. 

GRUNENWALD, JEAN-JACQUES, 1911- 
Cahier pour Gerard; cinq pieces pour le 
piano. Book for Gerard. Musique de 
J. -J. Grunenwald. © Henry Lemoine & 
cie, Paris, 28jan48; EF11676. 
"(Suite de danses, harpsichord) Suite de 
danses- pour clavecin ou piano, [by] Jean 
Jacques Grunenwald. © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 10Dec48; EF12107. 

GRUNE3, DAVID J. 
Over polar seas. See Prokof'ev, Sergei 
Sergeevich. 

Patrol of the steppes. See Knipper, Lev 
Konstantinovich. Mea"cTowland. 

Song of my native land. See Prokof'ev, 
Sergei Sergeevich. 

GRUNST, LILLIAN. 
Just remember, there is someone. See 
McPhail, Lindsay. 

GUARDIA, ERNESTO DE LA. 
Las sonatas para piano de Beethoven, 
historia y analisls. 2. ed. rev. y aumen- 
tada. 513 p. illus. [Biblioteca 
manuales musicales] © Rtcordi 
Americana S.A.E.C., Buenos Aires; 
15Dec47; AF9099. 

GUARNIERI, CAMARGO, 1907- 

"Coco de major. The major's daughters. 
SATB, a cappella [by] Camargo Guarnieri, 
[words by Mario de Andrade, English 
version by Elaine de Sincay] (Contempo- 
rary choral series, MP- 110) © Music 
Press, inc., New York; 3May49; EP36524. 

"Egbegi; SATB, a cappella [by] Camargo 
Guarnieri. (Contemporary choral series, 
MP-109) © Music Press, inc., New York; 
3May49; EP36523. 

"Sinho Lau. Mr. Nicolau. SAA, a cappella 
[by] Camargo Guarnieri. (Contemporary 
choral series, MP-112) © Music Press, 
inc., New York; 3May49; EP36519. 

"Vamus Aloanda. Come to Aloanda. SATB, 
a cappella [by] Camargo Guarnieri. 
[Folklore, English version by Elaine de 
Sincay] (Contemporary choral series, 
MP-111) © Music Press, inc., New York; 
3May49; EP36522. ' 

GUENTHER, FELIX, 1886- 

Two moods, by Felix Guenther. New York 
Creative Music Publishers. © William ' 
O Toole; 29Jan49; EP34073. For piano. 

Wake, awake. See Tunder, Franz. 

GUERRA, MARC E LINO. 
Habana, bolero, letra de Rafael M. Pedrosa, 
musica de Marcelino Guerra. © Antobal 
Music Co., New York; 15Jan49; EP34008. 

GUERRERO, SERGIO. 
Regalo. See Curiel, Gonzalo. La Venus 
azteca. 

GUEST, LETTICE. 
Jesus prayed for you and I. See Morris, 
Kenneth. 



[GUGLIELMI, LOUIS] 1916- 
Mademoiselle Hortensia; English lyric by 
Pinky Herman, French lyric by Jacques 
Plante, music by Louiguy [pseud.] 
© Rytvoc, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 
English lyric; EP34460. 

GUIDA, DOM. 
Gone. See Messina, Charles J. 

GUILBERT, CHARLES. 
Somber is the night. See Hall, David. 

GUILLERMIN, PIERRE. 
Fantaisie-jazz, no. 1. See BouiUon, Joseph. 

Minuit. See Bouillon, Joseph. 

GUILLEVIC. 
Le temps. See Martelli, Henri. 

GUINGRICH, ROSALINE. 
The cross of redemption. See Nolte, Roy E. 

GUITERMAN, ARTHUR. 
Bless the four corners of this house. 
See Rasley, John M. 

GUfZAR, PEPE. 
Sin tf; letra y musica de Pepe Guizar, 
orquestacion de E. Tafoya. © Pro- 
motora Hispano Americana de Musica, 
s.a., Mexico; 180ct48; EF12164. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

GUIZAR, TITO. 

Chapala; vals cancion, letra de Nenette 
Noriega, musica de Tito Guizar. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13475. 

Chapultepec, corrido, letra de Nenette 
Noriega, musica de Tito Guizar. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 10Nov48, EF12407. 

Pobre de mi; cancion ranchera, letra y 
musica de Tito Guizar. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13476. 

GUL ... AMAS. 
Uno, dos, tres. See Sarbekoff, Boris. 

GULLBERG, HJALMAR. 
Bortom berg och morka vatten. See 

Nordqvist, Gustaf. Det ar nagot bortom 

bergen. 
Tva Sanger. See Liljefors, Ingemar. 

GULLMAR, KAI. pseud. See 
Bergstrom, Gulli. 

GUMILEV. 
The glove. See Mikeshina, Ariadna. 

GUNDERS, ROBERT, pseud . See 
Gundersdorf, Robert. 

[GUNDERSDORF, ROBERT] 1904- 
We have a wonderful time; words and music 
by Robert Gunders [pseud.] New York, 
Sonorous Music Co. © Robert Gunders- 
dorf; 14Jun49; EP37674. 

GURIA, A. 
Songs. See Weiner, Lazar. 

GURLITT, CORNELIUS, 1820-1901. 
The fair. Op. 101, no. 8. By Cornelius 
Gurlitt. [Annotations, editing and revision 
by Lillie-Mayes Dodd] (Art Publication 
Society. Progressive series of piano 
lessons. Progressive series studies, 
catalog no. 328) © Art Publication 
Society, St. Louis; 28Mar49; on study 
edition; EP35488. 

GURNEY, ROY, 1902- 
God gave us memories; song, lyric by 
Norman Newell, music by Roy Gurney. 
© Lawrence Wright Music Co., ltd. ; 
London; 22Mar49; EF12832. 

GURNEY, WILLIAM E. 
Maybe I'm the one for you. See Hall, David. 



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GURRIERI, ALFREDO, 1904- 
T'aspetto a Mergellina; canzone slow, versi 
di U. Bertini, musica di A. Gurrien. 
© Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 10Mar49; 
EF12864. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

GURZYNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, 1916- 
Happy accordionist's polka; [by] Edward 

Gurzynski. West Albany, N. Y., E. G. 

Music Pub. Co. © Edward Walter 

Gurzynski; 4Mar49; EP35044. Parts: 

4 accordions. 
Modern Polish dances for the accordion; 

composed and arr. by Edward Gurzynski. 

West Albany, N. Y., E. G. Music Pub. Co. 

© Edward Walter Gurzynski; no.l, 

10Mar49; EP35043. 
Our concert waltz; for accordion band 

[by] Edward Gurzynski. West Albany, 

N. Y., E. G. Music Pub. Co. © Edward 

Walter Gurzynski; 4Mar49; EP35042. 

Parts. 

GUSTAF, FRITZ, cseud . See 
Sundelof, Fritz Gustaf. 

GUSTAFSON, MRS . OSCAR. 
Stars ashine. See Tobin, Louis. 

GUSTENHOVEN, MARTIN T 

The place where my mother was born; 
words and music by Martin T. Gusten- 
hoven. © Martin T. Gustenhoven; 16Feb49; 
EP34385. 

Snake eye blues; words and music by Martin 
T. Gustenhoven. © Martin T. Gusten- 
hoven; 16Feb49; EP34384. 

GUTHRIE, WOOD IE. 
Philadelphia lawyer: words and music by 
Woodie Guthrie. © Capitol Songs, inc., 
New York; 23May49; EP37203. 

GUTIERREZ, ANGELITO. 
Estoy cansado. See Del Rio, Pepe. 

Soy para tl; letra y musica de Angelito 

Gutierrez. © Peer International Corp., 

New York; 20Oct48; EP34193. 
Yankee rumba: letra y musica de Angelito 

Gutierrez. © Peer International Corp., 

New York; 18Jul48; EP36425. 

GUTIERREZ, JULIO. 

Guajeito. See Brito, Julio. 

No me interesa, bolero-mambo, letra y 
musica de Julio Gutierrez. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 21Jan49; 
EP34667. 

La papa. See Me"ndez, Silvestre. 

Un poquitode tu amor; bolero-mambo, 
letra y musica de Julio Gutie'rrez. 
© Peer International Corp., Habana; 
31Aug48; EF13006. 

Un poquito de tu amor- letra y musica 
de Julio Gutierrez. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 22Dec48, EP34709. 
iQue me pasa? Bolero-mambo, letra y 
musica de Julio Gutie'rrez. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 31Dec48; 
EP34674. 

Rumbalero. See Brito, Julio. 

Salome - . See M^ndez, Silvestre. 

Tumba; guaracha, letra y musica de Julio 
Gutierrez. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 31Dec48; EP34675. 
GUTIERREZ DEL BARRIO, ALEJANDRO. 
(Juan globo) Sol y niebla; tango, letra de 
Luis Cesar Amadori, musica de Alejandro 
Gutierrez del Barrio. De la pelicula 
Juan globo. © Editorial Argentina de 
Musica Internacional, s. de r. ltda., 
Buenos Aires; 3Mar49; EF13016. 

GUTIERREZ DEL BARRIO, RAMON. 
Noches mendocinas; vals, letra de Julio 
Fernandez Pelaez, musica de Ramon 
Gutierrez^el Barrio. © Editorial Argen- 
tina de Musica Internacional, s. de r., 
ltda., Buenos Aires; 30Dec48; EF13048. 

GUTIERREZ MENDEZ, RAFAEL. See 
Mendez, Rafael Gutierrez. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GUYON. JEANNE MARIE (BOUVIER DE 
LA MOTTE). 
I love my God. See Lovelace, Austin C. 

GUZMAN, ANTONIO. 
Mi carifio. See Garrido, Juan S. 

GWYNNE, UNA. 
The necklace, two-part song, words and 
music by Una C-wynne. (Singing class 
music, no. 643) © Edward Arnold & Co., 
London; 17Jun48; EF11930. 

GYLDMARK, SVEN, 1904- 
Thema con variazioni. Musik: Sven Gyld- 
mark. (Special-hefter, nr. 120) © Wil- 
helm Hansen musik -for lag, K^benhavn; 
3Dec48, EF12362. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

GYONGY, PAL. 
A koruton bolyongtem; slow-fox, Rakosi 

Janos verse, Gydngy Pal zeneje. 

© Toborzo, Budapest; 31Dec47; EF12592. 
Peches no Sari ... j3wing-fox, Rakosi Janos 

verse, Gyongy Pal zeneje. © Toborzo, 

Budapest; 31Dec47; EF12595. 
Piccplina; quick step, Szilagyi 0"don verse, 

Ovari Viktor [pseud.] zeneje. © Francis 

Bard & Son, Budapest; 31Dec42; EF12594. 
Te vagy^ayagy; dal-keringo Kelly Anna 

musorabol, Szilagyi Odon verse, 6vari 

Viktor [pseud.] zeneje. © Francis Bard 

& Son, Budapest; 31Dec43; EF12596. 
Uj elet varj^ indulp-fox, Raics Istvan verse, 

Gyongy Pal zeneje. © Toborzo, Budapest; 

31Dec47; EF12593. 



H., G. E. 
God's telephone. See Gilb, Freda Arvella. 
A good time with a purpose. See Gilb, 
Freda A. 

See Gilb, Freda A. 
See Hunt, 
Melvin Leroy. 
The tree of life. See Gilb, Freda A. 



The merry heart. 

Sky Pilots marching song. 



HAAS, TOMMIE, 1897- 
Carolina jubilee; words by Robert Grady, 
music by Tommie Haas and Rommie 
O'Daniel. Ft. Worth, Tex., sole selling 
agents; Lyric & Melody Publishers. 
© James Romulus O'Daniel, Tommie Haas 
& James Robert Grady; 9Apr49; EP35750. 

HAASE, KARL. 
"Preludes for the hymns of the Lutheran 
hymnal; comp., ed., composed by Karl 
Haase. © Karl Haase; v. 3, 16Mar49; 
EP35091. For organ. 
"Preludes for the hymns of the Lutheran 
hymnal; comp., ed., composed by Karl 
Haase. © Karl Haase; v. 4, 8Mar49; 
EP35522. For organ. 

HABA, ALOIS. 
Die Weise von Liebe und Tod de Cornets 
Christoph Rilke. See Klenau, Paul von. 

HACKETT, CHESTER ARTHUR, 1884- 

Silv'ry Elkhorn; words and music by 

C. A. Hackett, arr. by Alvin Tootle. 

© Chester Arthur Hackett; 3May49; 

EP36639. 

HACKFORTH, NORMAN. 

Anne Hathaway's song; My Will, lyric & 
music by Norman Hackforth. © Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London, 
6Dec48; EF11696. 

Summer time in Fontainebleau [by] Norman 
Hackforth, arr. by Frederick G. Charrosin. 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 6Aug48; 
EF12204. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

HACKNEY, JOHN. 
(Alaska right away) If I couldn't have you, 
by John Hackney. [From] the Mask and 
wig club of the Univ. of Pennsylvania pro- 
duction Alaska right away. © Clay Boland, 
inc., Philadelphia; lMar49; EPS4533. For 
voice and piano. 



HADELL, GOSTA. 
Sommardansen. See Hylin, Birgitta. 
Svarte Rudolf. See Norrby, Robert. 

HANDEL, GEORG FRIEDRICH, 1685-1759. 
(Acis and Galatea) Hush, ye pretty warb- 
ling quire, from Acis and Galatea [by] 
G. F. Handel. [Arr. and ed. by] Edgar 
Hunt. (Series for voice and recorder, 
no. 6) © Schott & Co., ltd., London; 
lFeb49; on arrangement, EF12562. Score 
(soprano, recorder, 2 violins, violoncello, 
keyboard instrument) and parts. 
The grenadiers. See Waldteufel, Emil. 

How beautiful are the feet. See his Messiah. 

Hush, ye pretty warbling quire. See his 
Acis and Galatea. 
"Konzert G-moll, fur Oboe und Streich- 
quintett [von] G. F. Handel. Fur 
Violoncello und Klavier ubertragen 
von Paul Grummer. Fur Oboe und Kla- 
vier eingerichtet von A. Wunderer. 
Ausg. fur Violoncello Oder Oboe und 
Klavier. Neurevision. © Universal- 
Edition, Wien, 1Nov41; on arrangement 
for violoncello & piano & revision for 
oboe & piano; EF12250. 

(Messiah) How beautiful are the feet; from 
the Messiah, anthem for soprano and alto 
soli with chorus, music by G. F. Handel, 
ed. by Ivor Atkins, [words from] Isaiah 
52:7, 9. (Octavo anthems, 1274) © No- 
vello & Co., ltd., London; 6May49, on ar- 
rangement; EF13465. 

Prelude and toccata; [by] Handel, free 
transcription for harp, arpeggiando ad 
libitum, written by Marcel Grandiany. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 3Jun49; on transcription; 
EP37698. 

Saraband; [by] Handel, harp adaptation 
by Marcel Grandjany. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
3Jun49; on adaptation; EP37699. 

Sarabande & variations; from the 11th 
harpsichord suite, by G. F. Handel, arr. 
for organ by William Pearson. © The 
Oxford Univ. Press, London; HNov48; on 
arrangement; EF12856. 

(Semele) Where'er you walk [from] Semele 
[by] G. F, Handel, arr. by Arthur Olaf 
Andersen [words by] William Congreve. 
(Octavo edition, no. 3127) © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago; 21Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34403. Score: TTBB and piano. 

(Semele) Where'er you walk; [from] 
Semele [by] G. F. Hande!, arr by Arthur 
Olaf Andersen. [Words by | Wiiliam Con- 
greve. .'Octavo edition no. 3127) © Clay- 
ton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 25Api49; 
EP36297. Score: chorus (TTBB) and 
piano. 

(Semele) Where e'er you walk, solo for 
horn in F with flute and piano, [by] 
George Frederick Handel, arr. by E. C. 
Hamilton. ([Pub. order no.J W 1909) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 31Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33634. Score and 
parts. 

Silent worship, for three-part chorus or 
trio of ladies' voices, S.S.C. [by 1 Handel, 
arr. [by] Maurice Jacobson, words by Sir 
Arthur Somervell. (Edition [no.J 72200) 
London, J. Curwen; New York G. Schir- 
mer sole agents for U.S.A. © Maurice 
Jacobson, 4Apr49, on arrangement; 
EF12907. 

Silent worship; two part song, S.C., with 
piano ace, words by Sir Arthur Somervell 
[music by] Handel, arr. Maurice Jacobson. 
London, J. Curwen, New York, G. Schirmer, 
sole agents for U. S. A. (Edition [no.] 
72199) © Maurice Jacobson; 7Mar49; on 
arrangement; EF12748. 

"Sonata no. 4 in D major; by G. F. Handel. 
Arr. in the key of G major by Bernard 
Shore with ace. by Emily Daymond. 
(Berners edition, no. 539A) © Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London; 22Jun49; on ar- 
rangement; EF13576. Score (viola and 
piano) and part. 



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Thanks be to Thee. Dank sei dir, Herr. 
Anthem for men s voices [by] George # 
Frederic Handel, arr. by Leopold Syre, 
English text by Nicholas Douty. ([Pub. 
order] no. 332-40015) © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Philadelphia; 21Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34761. 

(Water music] Suite; from Water music 
[by] G. F. Handel, arr. for piano and 
organ by W. A. Goldsworthy. © J. Fischer 
& Bro„, New York; 28Dec48 (in notice: 
1949); on arrangement; EP34365. 
Where'er you walk. See his Semele. 

HAENER, FRED A. 
Cripes, ain't it awful! See Jackson, Edna. 
Dawn; [or] Will you still be loving me? 
Words & music by Fred A. Haener, ar- 
rangement by Edna J. Jackson. © Edna 
J. Jackson & Fred A. Haener; 5Mar49; 
EP35084. 

Gannon College march; words & music by 
Fred A. Haener, arrangement by Edna 
J. Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & Fred A. 
Haener; 16May49; EP37373. 

Good-night my sweetie-pie. See Jackson, 
Edna J. 

My little girl from Switzerland; words & 
music by Fred A. Haener, arr. by Edna 
J. Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & Fred A. 
Haener; 16May49; EP37372. 

An old fashioned waltz; words & music by 
Fred A. Haener, arrangement by Edna J. 
Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & Fred A. 
Haener; 10Mar49; EP35295. 

Please forgive me; words & music by 
Fred A. Haener, arrangement by Edna 
J. Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & Fred 
A. Haener; 16May49; EP37459. 

Ruth; words & music by Fred A. Haener, 
arrangement by Edna J. Jackson. © Edna 
J. Jackson & Fred A. Haener; 5Mar49; 
EP35083. 

The sun will shine again for you; words 
& music by Fred A. Haener, arrangement 
by Edna J. Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & 
Fred A. Haener; 16May49; EP37458. 

HAEYER, FRANS C D', 1889- 

Concertstuk. Morceau de concert. De 
Fr. C. d Haeyer. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, J. B. Faulx, Bruxelles; 
6Jan49; EF13324. Score (trumpet & piano) 
and part. 

HAGEMEYER, DORA. §ee 
Comstock, Dora Hagemeyer. 

HAGEN, BILLY. 
Goody, goody, gumdrop; novelty, words 
by John Tuttle, music by Billy "Fats" 
Hagen. © Zip Music Pub. Co., Rochester, 
N. Y.; 30May49; EP37366. 

HAGEN, FATS. See 
Hagen, Billy. 

HAGEN, HANS. 
Bluhende Hosen. See Offenbach, Jacques. 

[HAGEN, JOHN MILTON] 1892- 
The American cowboy sings Sherwin's 
saddle songs; by Sterling Sherwin [pseud.] 
© Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 
19Aug48; EF11357. 

HAGEN, OSKAR FRANK LEONARD, 1888- 
Carducciana; three poems by Giosue 
Carducci, composed for four mixed voices 
by Oskar Hagen. © Oskar Hagen, 
25jan49; EP34258. Italian words, with 
English translation. 

HAGER, FHANZISKA. 
Thamar. See Mauke, Wilhelm. 

HAGGAI, YIRMiYAIIU. 
Zog nit keinmol. See Weiner, Lazar. 



HAGSTROM, EMIL. 
De tolv strangarna. 
Gunnar. 



See Turesson, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HAGY, ROBERT. 
Half Moon Mountain. See Gershefski, 
Edwin. 

HA.HN, GUNNAR. 
Dans pa rosor. See Bjorkman, Sven. 

Pipor i vassen. 
Sju sjosjuka sjoman. See Bjorkman, Sven. 
Pipor i vassen. 

HAHN, GUNNAR ARVID. 
Sweden in music. See Ollen, Olof. 

[HAIGH, E C ] 

The first step, how to play the double bass- 
by Lew Stern [pseud.] © Keith, Prowse & 
Co., ltd., London; 15Feb49; EF12623. 

HAINES, EDMUND, 1914- 
Toccata; [by] Edmund Haines. North 
Easton, Mass.. Music for Brass. ([Pub. 
order] no. 205) © Edmund Haines; 
lFeb49; EP35163. Score: 2 cornets, 
trombone and baritone. 

HAINES, WILL E 
Wot 'as she got that I 'aven't got? Words 
& music by Jimmy Harper [and] Will E. 
Haines. © Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., 
London; 3Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EF12240. 

HAWS, C H WHITEY. 

Jasper lullaby; music by Whitey Hains, 
words by Clarence Charters. © Carle 
Hodson trading under the name of Empire 
Music Publishers, New Westminster, 
B.C.; 20Jun49; EF13575. 

HAINSWORTH, RICHARD, pseud . See 
Lillenas, Haldor. 

HAIRSTON, JESTER JOSEPH, 1901- arr . 
Angels rolled de stone away; traditional 
Easter spiritual, arr. by Jester Hairston. 
© Jester Hairston; lApr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP37227. Score: tenor, chorus 
(SATTBB) and piano. 

HAITHCOCK, CLAIR. §ee 
Haithcock, Richard Clair. 

HAITHCOCK, RICHARD CLAIR. 
I've dreamed of you. See Hall, David. 

HALAMA, FRANK JEROME, 1903- 
The spider and the fly; words and music by 
Joe Pawlak and Frank Halama. © Frank 
J. Halama Publications, Chicago; 16May49; 
EP36787. 
Sun Valley polka; words and music by Frank 
J. Halama. © Frank J. Halama Publica- 
tions, Chicago; 4Apr49; EP35480. 

HALDEMAN, OAKLEY. 
Brush those tears from your eyes. See 

Lee, Jimmy. 
I had my heart set on you. See Allen, 
Rosalie. 

HALDERMAN, ETHEL. 
Nobody can, like Jesus; [by 1 Ethel Haider- 
man and Haldor Lillenas, \ words by] 
N. B. Herrell. (In Lillenas, Haldor. In- 
spiring gospel solos and duets no. 2. no. 
59) © Nazarene Publishing House; 
22Dec48, EP37493. 

HALE, B M 

The ole time waltz; words by Edith 
Willoughby Owens, music by B. M. Hale. 
© Nor dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 22Dec48, EP33451. 

HALES, HUBERT. 

Ballad; song for medium voice and piano, 
words and music by Hubert Hales. 
[Op. 35b] © Joseph Williams, ltd., London; 
18May49; EF13291. 

To June; song for medium voice and piano, 
words and music by Hubert Hales. 
[Op. 35a] © Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don; 18May49; EF13292. 

HALET, LAURENT. 
Le bonheur d'etre aime. See Israel, 
Marcel. 



HALL, CONNOR B 1916- 

Lead me to that rock; arrangement by 
Wallace Varner and Connor B. Hall. 
© Wallace Varner & Connor B. Hall; 
8Mar49; EP34923. Close score: SATB; 
shape -note notation. 

HALL, DAVID. 

After my own heart; words by Jeanette 
Katz, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 
8Mar49; EP37810. 

After we've said good night, words by Dena 
Marino, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; lDec48, 
EP32979 

Ain't no use; words by John Kerdock, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33188 

All for your sake, words by Nan Glover, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Dec48; 
EP32715. 

All 1 have left, my darlin , are sweet 
memories of our love; words by Lena 
Owen Whitehouse, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 15Dec48; EP32906. 

All I want is lovin'; words by William H. 
Proper, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Mar49; EP37835. 

All the time; words by Rudy O'Recchia, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ■ 15Dec48, 
EP32841. 

Alone in the park on a Sunday; words by 
Ella Mae Berg, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36891. 

Am I too late? Words by Fred Coleman, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP33052. 

And that isn't asking much; words by Val 
Thompson, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33098. 

And Yahara; words by Gilbert LoPurde, 
music by David Hall. & Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP32879. 

Angel Marie; words by Ray Gill, music 
by David Hall, © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36821. 

Angel of all my dreams; words by Eunice 
M. Radelmiller, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 80ct48; EP33406. 

Are you sorry? Words by Mae Richardson 
Atterberry, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
3Feb49; EP35832. 

As long as I live; words by Beulah Stallings, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP37808. 

As years roll by; words by Delia Barree, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Mar49; 
EP36886. 

Ask for your share of blue sky; words by 
Jess Strader, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37806. 

Autumn gypsies; words by Pat Murphy, 
music by David Hall © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 29Dec48; 
EP33535. 

Avalon Bay, words by Johnny Huddleston. 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub-' 
llshlng Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33186. 

Away for awhile; words by Betty Mae 
Silva, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
80ct48; EP33367. 

Baby, get off of that shelf; words by Anne 
Patrick, music by David Hall. © Vordyke 
Publishing Co Hollywood, Calif.; 
8Mar49; EP37783. 



Baby volcano, words by LaVerne E. Cripps, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub 
lishing Co. Hollywood, Calif.; 28Dec48; 
EP33024. 

Beautiful Ireland; words by Frances 
McNish, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Feb49; EP37820. 

Beautiful scenes in dreamland; words by 
Margaret Reigh Martz, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33411. 

Before the eyes of all; words by T. Har- 
rison, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP36826. 

Believe me now; words by Leolor Speaks, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 
EP37799. 

Better half) words by George H. Stiles, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Dec48; 
EP32955. 

Big Ben; words by Linda Lee [pseud.], 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP36812. 

The bird that sings to me; words by Levi 
H. Howe, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jul48; EP33125. 

Blind date,- words by Robt. Martin, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33537. 

Blue bird serenade; words by Mildred 
Clark, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33040. 

Blue Carolina skies words by Eugene 
Johnson, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33177. 

Blue dream; words by Fred Ullius, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33444. 

The boy who didn't come back; words by 
Roswell King Hill, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 80ct48; EP33142. 

Bring out your umbrellas; words by Car- 
mella Barberio, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Dec48; EP32747. 

Bubbling over with love; words by Dorothy 
Maxfield, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP334I5. 

By loving you, words by Lila Hewlett, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
30Dec48 (in notice: 1949); EP33465. 

Can no longer live that way; words by 
George Skinas, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP37774. 

A castle of memories, words by Ruth White 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- ' 
EP33089 ' Hollywood ' Calif -; 29Sep48; 

Castles for you; words by Howard A. 
Simonton, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Mar49; EP37815. 

'Cause Cupid told me so; words by George 
Leroy Poole, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Mar49; EP37779. 

The coffee is poured; words by Geo. F. 
Young, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48, 
EP32895. 

Come love dream; words by Don A. Counts, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP33065. 

Connie Sue; words by Ruby Teppert, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 3O0ec48; EP33590. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 

The cottage by the sea; words by Grace 
H. Salter, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
8Mar49; EP37842. 

The cottage on a hill; words by Norma 
Bachman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Mar49; EP36882. 

Crazy; words by Roy Ora, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 22Dec48; EP33539. 

Crying my heart out for you; words by 
Alice Hergesheimer [pseud.], music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 7Dec48; EP32851. 

Daddy in heaven, watch over me; words by 
Catharine Derek, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 14Jul48; EP33019. 

Dance this one with me; words by Alma 
Lindsay Paradise, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37848. 

Dancing, romancing; words by Sady Ketola, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 80ct48, 
EP32862. 

Dark Town angels; words by Roswell King 
Hill, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
7Dec48; EP32839. 

Darling, please tell me that you still care; 
words by Lillian Story, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 70ct48; EP33055. 

Darling, you are leaving me; words by 
Norah Ball, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35828. 

Darling, you re sunshine in my heart; 
words by Henry J Wiethe, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co , 
Hollywood, Calif ; 7Dec48; EP32905. 

The day you took my heart with you; words 
by James T. Emery, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36842. 

Dear, let love bloom deep within your heartj 
words by Catherine Robertson, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; EP33403. 

Dear little Texas Rose; words by Frank 
Owen Cole, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
7Dec48; EP32916. 

Deep in my heart I know I love you, words 
by Ruby Kindred, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48, EP32842. 

Dial 2-4828, words by Eddie Grant, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 17Aug48; EP33164. 

Diana, I will always love you; words by 
Nellie Kosman, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 14JU148, EP32858. 

Did you mean to break my heart? Words 
by Viola Grove, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 80ct48; EP33163. 

Do you recall that old love song? Words 
by Florence White Gerardi, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48, EP32850. 

Don't go home, Sally; words by George H. 
Robinson, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33579. 

Don't leave me alone at twilight if you 
really care; words by Nora Arnold Zell- 
mer music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33595. 

Don'i make believe you love me; words 
by Frank Auker, music by David Hall. 

r,v? Td & e P^^ing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif,; 8Mar49; EP36881. 



Don't say goodbye forever; words by Lewis 
Haycook, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Dec48, EP33034. 

Don't say I didn't for I did; words by Violet 
Collins, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35862. 

Don't you smile at me; words by Joe Woods 
[pseud.], music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32902. 

Down Lover's Lane together; words by 
Jack Bottom, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33331. 

Down memory lane with you, words by Anne 
Coady, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
HOct48; EP33053. 

Down the road to yesterday; words by Thula 
Connor s music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35863. 

Dream cloud; words by Virginia Sanderson, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP37844. 

Dream house in the skies; words by Gordon 
Hugh Bennett, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice. 1948); EP35819. 

A dream that I love of you, words by 
Nelson Warren, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Dec48; EP33434. 

Dreaming of Italy, words by Eva Freuden- 
berg, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
HOct48; EP33173. 

Dreaming of you; words by Mildred Helen 
Clark, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33558. 

Dreams, words by Thelma Dill, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP33069. 

Dreams for sale- words by J. J. Bocskei, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35815. 

Empty heart; words by Issie Ballard, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33600. 

Everyone says aloha to you; words by 
Walter "Dutchie" Thoene, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37787. 

Ev'rybody's baby, words by Marlon E. 
Cooper, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48- 
EP33078. 

Fading star; words by Roland S. Takasato 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- ' 

In^&S -' Holl y wood , Calif., 23Mar49; 
hjjro 7T92 . 

Feed our hungry nations; words by Martha 
J. Headrick, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., HoUywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP36818. 

Fickle little pickle, words by Alice 
Engebretson, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48; EP33133, 

Fifty golden years ago today, words by 
Geneva Beckett, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 70ct48; EP33426. 

The first time I met you; words by Lawrence 
£°" ev > mu sic by David Hall. © Nordyke 
EPSStm" 8 C °" Hollywood > Calif.; 70ct48; 

For it takes two hearts to make one love 
true; words by Frankle Adams [pseud. 1 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 

L'^o 1 ,"^? -' Holl yw°od, Calif., 23Dec48- 
bfoo4a6. 



Forever; words by Martha Eleanor Barth, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP32739. 

Forever and a day, words by Imogene 
Bloomfield, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 2Feb49: EP35816 

Forever I shall love you, words by Suella 
Ivey, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
26Aug48; EP33179. 

From you and from you; words & music by 
R. E. Lang & David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Sep48; EP32817 

Funny bone, words by Myrtle J. Jones 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 23Dec48; 
EP32716. 

The future Mrs. T.; words by Thomas 
Tenore. music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35794. 

Gambling in my dreams; words by Robert 
Lee Corban, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 70ct48, EP33044. 

Give me a guy; words by Janet Novak - 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 10Mar49; 
EP37795. 

Gold star mother; words by Lillian V. 
Stergin, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Nov48, EP32938. 

Gone but not forgotten; words by Bruno 
Pivor [pseud ], music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 15Dec48; EP32915 

Goodnight, Mother; words by Eyleen 
Gorges, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33565. 

Got a little spark in my heart, words by 
Bertie Marie Prather music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif., 10Mar49, EP37775. 

Happy days that are gone, words by Cecil 
Cockerham, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; lDec48; EP33074. 

Happy valley; words by Albert Kupo Ysabel, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35797. 

Harbor of my heart, words by William 
L. Boykln, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Nov48; EP33080. 

Have you ever been kissed before? Words 
by Herschell L. Cottrell music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33016. 

Heart's desire, I love you; words by 
William Bethke, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33197. 

Heaven is being with you; words by Ida 
Pilgrim [pseud.], music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Mar49; EP37833. 

Heaven is beyond my reach; words by 
Emma Aown, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36877. 

Heaven lost; words by Earl Larson, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33573. 

Hello, baby; words by John Peper, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37782. 

Hello, dream; words by Marion Tamulonis, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 23Dec48- 
EP33440. ' ' 

Here I am, words by Carlyle H Stewart 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub-' 
I'shlng Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; 
EP33061. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 

Here I am; words by Mary Hesington, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35837. 

The hero of Manhattan; words by Edgar 
Moncrieffe, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 28Feb49; EP37851. 

Hi there, honey; words by Mattie Garske, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35852. 

Hold me tight, words by Mrs Laurence 
Emmel, music by David Hall © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; 
EP33135. 

Home love; words by Momma McKay, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 23Dec48; EP33543. 

Homevllle, population 4; words by Blanche 
Chapman, music by David HalL © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
80ct48; EP32987. 

Honey child; words by Mabel Louise Stone, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48; 
EP33416. 

How's for a date; words by Rose Bokina, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP36894. 

I am thinking of you; words by William 
Winus, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48, 
EP32898. 

I believe in my heart; words by Albert 
Hartley, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Dec48, EP33032. 

I can t afford, words by Ralph T. Taylor, 
music by David Hall. Q Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.;' 110ct48; 
EP33103 

I can't deny, words by Bob Paradise, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; EP33123. 

I can't do without you, words by Alice 
Davis, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood. Calif.; 4Aug48; 
EP33005. 

I can't forget; words by Dick Dooley, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35880. 

I can't forget you; words by Marjorie L. 
Salter, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP37843. 

I can't get along without you; words by 
Clyde Wood, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32901. 

I cry every night on my pillow; words by 
Jackie O Reilly, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP37805. 

I didn't know you knew; words by Selma 
J. Pare, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; 
EP32909. 

I do not want a little love nest; words by 
Ruth Lewis, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ■ 
14Jul48; EP32874. 

I don't care what you think of me; words 
by Easter Joyce Wallen, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif., 30Dec48; EP33443. 

I don t love you any more; words by Jack 
Hinton, Jr., music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
3Feb49; EP35799. 

I don't want coffee, words by Letha B. 
Harwell, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; lDec48; 
EP32956. 

I dreamt I went to heaven; words by Grace 
Jane Robinson, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37839. 



I fell in love with you; words by Edward W. 

Fugill, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Publishing Co., Hollywood Calif.; 21Jan49; 

EP35854. 
I found my love; words by Emerson 

Neiswender, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 

EP35809. 
I hope the one who knocks is you; words by 

Frank Symon, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948), EP35792. 

I kissed an angel; words by W. P. "Pokey" 
Bridgeman, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36899. 

I know you don't love me; words by Allen 
Crosby, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Feb49; 
EP35870. 

I made a wish tonight; words by Mrs. 
Wayne Black, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33598. 

I never believed In love; words by Helen 
Burke [pseud.], music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Dec48; EP32751. 

I never thought, words by Phyllis A. Lorlng, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP32977. 

I pretend you love me; words by Peggy 
Brandt, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP36897. 

I remember, you forget, words by Ray 
Dixon, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
28Dec48; EP32852. 

I should have told you; words by Irene 
Kidner, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
29Dec48, EP33464. 

I sit alone; words by Albert E. Morris, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 
EP37824. 

I want you to remember me; words by 
Elvin Eddie King, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33463. 

I was only foolin', words by Edith Merritt 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Feb49; 
EP37768. 

I wasn't impressed; words by Ruby 
Walthall, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33442. 

I wili always love you; words by Reg de 
Rose [pseud.] music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23May49; EP36862. 

I wonder why I love you so; words by 
Albert W. McLeran, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP37818. 

I won't ask for anything more; words by 
Conway Jackson, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36830. 

I'd change my ways, words by James B 
Stevens music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co. Hollywood, Calif.; ' 
70ct48; EP33059. 

I d give the sun fair warning; words by 
Bessie Forrest, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33596. 

I'd rather spoon by the moon; words by 
Victor Dangel, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP35871. 

If I haven't, it's a wonder, 'cause I do; 
words by Slim Eppright, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36840. 



If I were you, words by Clifford Posey, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co^ Hollywood, Calif., 28Feb49; 
EP37778. 

If the world stood still; words by Marie 
Asher, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dccl8; 
EP32927. 

If you don't love me, words by Bill Demmer 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33018. 

If you only loved me, words by Martha Ann 
Wade, music by David Hall, © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Jul48; EP33087. 

I'll always love you, words by Veda 
Marcom, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32978. 

I'll never change; words by Edna Ruth 
Fulton, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35853. 

I'll remember September; words by Mary 
Alexander, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ■ 
15Nov48, EP32886. 

I'll tell the world I love you; words by Al 
Colvin, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP36874. 

I'm falling for you like the stars fall from 
heaven, words by Russell V. Kline, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 24Feb49; EP37765. 

I'm haunted by a memory, words by Cleo E. 
Hickman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32958. 

I'm just an old cowboy; words by Alexander 
Leon Colvin, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
27Jul48; EP33049. 

I'm not sorry, words by Alice Cooke, 
music by David Hall © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; lDec48, 
EP33076. 

I'm tradin' the old for the new, words by 
Grace B. Lingle, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37771. 

I'm wishing, wishing, wishing, words by 
Marie Gale, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 28jun48, EP33424. 

I'm writing you a letter; words by Fred 
Coleman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP36872. 

In the gardens of the West; words by Ida 
Burr, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33552. 

In the ring around sweet Rosie; words by 
Leah Elliott, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP36844. 

Indian summer; words by Kate Johnson, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33568. 

Invitation; words by Forbes Parker, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35786. ' 

Irish lass; words by Madge Beers, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 25Feb49; EP36888. 

It happened that way; words by Ellen 
Louise Stovall, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 15Dec48, EP32887. 

It happens ev'ry time I look at you; words 
by Roy Mahan, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 130ct48; EP32870. 



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HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 

It is real to me; words by Mary Proctor, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33581. 

It was a whistle,, words by Walter H. Early, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; 
EP33015. 

It won't be easy; words by Alma Stanley 
Phillips, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; 
EP32995. 

It's heavenly; words by Florence Fortner, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35855. 

It's just a glad, fond memory; words by 
Marie Jean Bauden [pseud.], music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 23Feb49; EP36887. 

It's like music in my ear; words by Salva- 
tore Cardello, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32811. 

It's me again; words by Luther G. Holcombe, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP36834. 

It's near the end; words by Ann Covell, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35868. 

It's too lovely an evening; words by Harry 
C. Lewis, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Jul48; EP32875. 

It's your kissin' I'm missin', Sue; words 
by Alice Mae Rouse, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33400. 

I've been a fool, words by Donna Jean 
Pfrlmmer, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Jul48; EP32993. 

I've dreamed of you; words by Clair 
Haithcock, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33564. 

I've had it before; words by Zenobia Good- 
man, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33545. 

I've heard it said, words by Donney Coye 
Hensley, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
2Feb49; EP35838. 

I've learned my lesson, words by George 
Forbes, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 
21Jun48; EP33162. 

I've loved you thru the years; words by 
Floyd Gillman, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33157. 

I've never been a hero; words by Leona 
Pittman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33527. 

Jogging along; words by Vera L. Boyd, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Feb49; 
EP36896. ' 

Just a lonely boy; words by Frank J. 
Barker, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.: 
24Feb49; EP36885. 

Just about this time; words by Frank Zoppa, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP32939. 

Just dream of you; words by Masami 
Kawamura, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP37811. 

Just dreaming; words by Al Pearson, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35790. 



Just for you and me, words by Sarah T. 
Gastf leld, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32965. 

Just let me know; words by Lila Howlett, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33345. 

Just like a cigarette, words by Frank E. 
Tribble, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP33091 

Just one heart to give you; words by Adna 
Bell, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33599. 

Just the thought of you, words by Ruth W. 
Sturgeon, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33057. 

Just waiting and dreaming; words by Marlus 
Benson, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Dec48; EP327S0. 

Just you and I) words by August Edward 
Becker, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48, EP32883. 

Just you and I, words by William C. Iannottl, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 110ct48; 
EP33181. 

Kathie; words by Augusta A. Goodell, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; EP33153. 

Keep your head, not your heart; words by 
Edwin J, Fiegel, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33127, 

Keep your powder dry; words by Claude 
Berg, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33189. 

Kid, you're too good for me, words by 
Sarah Reed, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; lDec48; EP32974. 

Kind of homesick; words by Belvadere 
[pseud.] music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; 
EP36825. 

Lazy cattle; words by Ralph T. Taylor, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP37791. 

Let's not waste love; words by Helen 
Benjamin, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27Jul48; EP33190. 

Let's put our broken hearts together; 
words by Clarence H. Brown, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP33199. 

Life of my soul; words by John Kal, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; EP37804. 

The light of love; words by Michael R. 
Lukac, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
24Mar49; EP37754. 

Little Joe; words by Ora Johnson, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 110ct48; EP34480. 

Little Joe; words by Ora Johnson music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif • 17Mar49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP37803. 

Little porky piggy, words by Martha Ann 
Wade, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
23Dec48; EP33435. 

Little sweetheart, we have parted; words 
by Pearl Nail, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP37821. 

Living In a memory; words by Helen G. 
Bllnn, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 6Dec48; 
EP32808. 



Lonely and crying over you; words by 
John W. Ringold, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP37837. 

Lonely heartaches and bitter tears; words 
by Joe Hefner, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33458. 

A lonely mother; words by Doris Albln, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; 
EP33340. 

Lonely nights; words by Verna D. Schmidt, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48; 
EP33365. 

Lonesome and blue, not for you; words by 
Dorothy L. Carstens, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Feb49; EP36870. 

Lonesome melody, words by Peter Pencheff, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP32991. 

Look to the good side of things, words by 
Frank Sewald, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

^Callf.; lDec48; EP32953. 

Looking out my window, words by Eleanor 
Lago, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Dec48; EP32717. 

Lord of the green hills and my heart; words 
by Miller Lucas, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37753. 

Lost neart; words by Ferrol Schiller, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; 
EP33585. 

Lost, strayed or stolen; words by Leona B. 
Cassady, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
7Dec48; EP32812. 

Louzria; words by Audnie W. Sousa, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33582. 

The love I have for you; words by Trudy 
Keif er [pseud.], music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36814. 

Love in a dream; words by Fran Deutsch, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35878. 

Love Is as precious as gold, words by James 
J. Felder, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
14Jul48; EP33129. 

Love letter to heaven; words by Bill Kozak, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 26Aug48; 
EP32813. 

Love me and let me love you, words by 

Ewert Given, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 

Calif.; 15Nov48; EP32967. 
Love shined its light on me; words by 

Maudine Hawks, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 

Calif.; 23Mar49; EP36820. 
A lover's dream; words by Johnny Tarase- 

wich, music by David Hall. © Nordvke 

Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 

29Dec48; EP33591. 
Love's magic; words by Essie Curtis 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 

ijshing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48, 

Magic lips; words by Abelardo Barrientos 
rpseud.J, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35876. ' 

Makin' hay; words by Dick Goodhart, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33152. 

Making believe you're mine, words by 
Joe De Stasio, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; !Dec48; EP33067. 



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HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 

May I borrow your lips again, Louise? 
Words by Lowell Mitchell, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 15Noy46, EP32931. 

Maybe I'm the one for you* words by Bill 
Gurney, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Nov48; EP32971. 

Mellow moon on the prairie, words by 
Frances Gibson, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 3Feb49; EP35849. 

Memories of Broadway, words by John 
Kupka, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48, 
EP32962. 

Midnight; words by Ralph S. Currier, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP36856. 

Missing in action; words by Martha Michael, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP33417. 

Moonlight always makes me sentimental- 
words by Zelma Mount, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly 
wood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33329. 

Mother dear, words by Wilrose Jean, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48, EP32861. 

Music makes me blue; words by Douglas 
Siciliani, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33520 

My affection for you; words by Helen May 
[pseud. 1 music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33576. 

My beloved; words by Alyce Honore Feigh- 
ner and Fred Bowman Feighner, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; EP35884. 

My blue mood; words by Colleen Hill, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Mar49; 
EP36836. 

My first dance with you; words by Josiah 
Nelson Davoren, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36851. 

My heart has been broken; words by Wally 
Davis, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33589. 

My heart's desire; words by Joe Wolfington, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif • 28Dec48; 
EP33592. 

My mysterious light; words by Tony 
Pacewicz, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP37847. 
My sweet Louisiana Lou; words by Steve 
J. Andrejka, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 3Feb49; EP35834. 
My Whiskey Island Rose; words by B. W. 
Martin, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP37759. 

My wife; words by Bill Wittenburg, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., lDec48; EP32899. 

Nancy; words by Lucille Lewis Hall, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Caiif.; 21Jan49; EP35845. 

Never happen; words by Caleb N. Denby, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48-, 
EP33551. 

Never mind; words by Nat Preece, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Mar49; EP37832. 

Never say no, words by Ben Fanello, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33130. 



New Mexico; words by James A. Taylor 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish^ 
ing Co., Hollywood. Calif.; Iljan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35793. 
No more amour; words by Malcolm D. 
Fletcher, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif, (in notice: 
1948); EP35856. 
No tomorrow; words by Rosalie Cowan, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48 (in 
notice 1949); EP33557. 
Now I know; words by Helene Mileham, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP37817. 
Now, what's happened to you; words by 
Genevieve Bennett, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36890. 
An October's moon; words by Doris Jean 
Shaeffer, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
80ct48; EP33352. 
Oh. ain't you glad you're livln'? Words by 
Margaret Essley, music by David HalL 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 28Jun48; EP33131. 
Oh, I wish I knew my heart; words by Vic 
Peters, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
17Dec48, EP33457. 
Oh Kayet Words by Cyril Mitchell, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 23Mar49; EP37850. 
Oh, so long ago; words by Laura Pyles 
Orme, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
22Dec48, EP33452. 
Old home week; words by Nellie Pruefer, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; 
EP33407. 
On a Rocky Mountain trail; words by 
R. N. DeAngelo, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Dec48, EP33469. 
On my own; words by Ross E. Smith, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33358. 
Once you were mine; words by Dora Shop- 
taw, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP37812. 
One of us; words by Don L. Coleman, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33333. 
Only memories of you; words by Bill Ditto, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP36847. 
Only one minute more; Words by Mrs. James 
Allen, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; 
EP32743. 
Only teasing you; words by Georgia Ed- 
wards, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co. Hollywood, Calif , 
29Sep48; EP33137. 
Orchids in the rain; words by Felix Johnson, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 
EP36827. 
Our army, U. S. A.; words by Al Smith, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Feb49; 
EP37801. 
Our cabin of pine; words by Nettie Faith, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Feb49; 
EP36838. 
Our destiny; words by Wendy Rose Pullman, 
music by D?vid Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Cslif.; 15Dec48; 
EP32719. 
Our Flag, words by E. Johnson, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48; EP33178. 



Our love wasn't meant to be; words by 
Ricardo Valentino Hall, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 23Feb49; EP36806. 

Pardon me for loving you, words by Lyman 
Husted, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP33183. 

Personal property; words by Rudolph 
Powell, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33526. 

A picture, words by Linda Stewart [pseud.], 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP32964. 

Please don't ask me to forget; words by 
Ray Schultz, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Dec48; EP32723. 

Please give me time; words by Dude Boros, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 21Jun48; 
EP33332. 

Pretending; words by Ronald Wettstein, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 7Dec48; 
EP32907. 

Pretending; words by Viola M. Grasso, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; 
EP33547. 

Prisoner's last letter; words by Houston 
Freeman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Feb49; EP36809. 
Put away those daydreams; words by 
Leona Skees, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37773. 

Query, words by Anne Billis, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; EP35818. 

Randle, words by Harry W. Finney, music 
by David HalL © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif ; 29Sep48; EP33126 

Red, green love lights; words by Tommy 
Young, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48; 
EP32894. 

Returning; words by P. E. Hart, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice. 
1948), EP35842. 

River of love; words by Anthony Todaro, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48, 
EP32892. 

Romance of you and I; words by Ada Crane, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Dec48; 
EP33559. 

The rose and the dew, words by Joe 
Steyaert, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 70ct48; 
EP33060. 

The rose of Texas; words by Inez Collins, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; 
EP36873. 

Rosedreams; words by Norma Bachman, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jul48; 
EP32731. 

Roses at dawn, words by Dora Voshall, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP33096. 

Rusty moon; words by Herbert W. Roy, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP33399. 

Sarah Bell across the holler; words by 
Sybil Cox, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33556. 

Save that lovin' for me, words by Edna 
Ervine, music by David Hall © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP33132. 



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HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 

The seventh Sunday in June on the second 
Tuesday in that week; words by Harry C. 
Lewis, music by David HaU. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; 
EP33572. 

She; words by Lorene Aragon, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36878. 

Since I met you; words by Bea Rushing, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Dec48; 
EP32720. 

Since my little boy said goodnight; words 
by Ella (Teeny) Barnett, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 28Jun48; EP32736. 

Since we met again; words by Irene 
Schoenf eld, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, 
Calif., lDec48; EP32952. 

Sky gazing; words by Jasper A. Bond, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 15Nov48, 
EP32888. 

Smile, brother, smile; words by Chas. A. 
Proper, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33580. 

So lonely, words by Clarence Eugene Davis, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP33066. 

So many lovely years ago; words by Ted 
Harrison, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
80ct48; EP34481. 

Somber is the night; words by Charles 
Guilbert, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co,. Hollywood, Calif.; 
70ct48; EP33344. 

Some day; words by Irma Griffin, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36807. 

Someone got between you and me and our 
dreams; words by Lavlnia Gilgenbach, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Feb49; 
EP36822. 

Someone like you; words by Harvey Timm, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; 
EP33099. 

Something so golden, something so olden; 
words by Edna M. Barber, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35825. 

Somewhere in love; words by Don L. Cole- 
man, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 
15Dec48; EP32917 

Song of an angel, words by Harry B. Tatro, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48, 
EP33102 

A song of love words by Fred Teer, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37789. 

Song of the rails; words by Margaret 
C. Bordeau, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 130ct48; EP33193, 

The song with a sigh; words by Belle 
Steveson, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif • 
29Dec48; EP33447. 

Starry blue, words by Ann Parker, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co. 
Hollywood, Calif ; HOct48; EP33064. 

The state of Ohio; words by Sam Howe 
[pseud.], music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
17Dec48; EP33031. 
Staying in Arkansas; words by Maggie 
Allen Crook, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36857. 

Stop, thief, stopl Bring back my heart, 
words by Sallye Davis Cool, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP33077. 



Strolling in my dreams; words by Bryant 
B. Lipscomb, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Dec48; EP32741. 

The sun is bound to shine; words by 
Kathleen Calivas. music by David 
Hall Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 2Feb49, EP35811. 

Suzy Lou words by Alita Kay, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33174. 

Sweet loving Sallie; words by Wm. Hardy 
"Bing Crosby, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36858. 

Sweetheart, I'm coming to you; words by 
Clifford E. Hatt, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 28Dec48; EP33033. 

Sweetheart of mine; words by B. W. Martin, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; 
EP33412. 

Te quiero; words by W. P. "Pokey" 
Bridgeman, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Sep48; EP33334. English words. 

Teen age girl; words by Lottie Ortleb, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; 
EP37802. 

Tenderly; words by T. Harrison, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33149, 

Tennessee; words by Emma -Sutton Marquez, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP37758. 

Texas trail; words by Edgar Alfier, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 15Nov48, EP32885. 

Thanks a million, words by Roger Williams, 
music by David Hall, © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 28Dec48; 
EP33432. 

That time has come; words by Charles 
Wright [pseud. 1, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood 
Calif.; 17Mar49; EP37780. 

That s close enough to heaven for me; 
words by Samuel Bell, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice 1948); 
EP35821. 
That's the general Idea; words by Grace 
E. Barno, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif • 
130ct48; EP32737. 
That's where I call home; words by Gladys 
Isabel Davis, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 2Feb49; EP35875. 
That's why I love you; words by L. F. 
Louise Capps, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36867. 

There's a broken heart somewhere tonight; 
words by Steve J, Andrejka, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP33337. 

There's a girl that I love, words by Junior 
Bunney , music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP33081. 

There's a new look in your eye, dear; 
words by Mary Florence Warren, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 
EP36816. 

There's a rainbow in the sky; words by 
Margaret Damsgaard, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 23Feb49; EP36854. 

There's an altar by my pillow, words by 
Alvas Bunnell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co.. Hollywood, 
Calif., 21Jul48; EP33010. 

There's no use to try; words by Clarence 
E, Davis, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Feb49; EP36855. 



There's something in the wind; words by 
Dee Yancey, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); EP35798. 

They're yours; words by Anthony Bened, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif , 70ct48; 
EP33191. 

Thinking of you today, words by Paul Peck, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP32990. 

This heart of mine, words by Mrs. Carlton 
Davis, music by David Hali. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.: 
130ct48; EP33014. 

This must be love; words by Mrs. Joe 
Brasher-Poimboeuf, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif., 30Dec48; EP33597. 

Throw a kiss at our star, words by Etta A 
Baker, music by David Hall. £ Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48, 
EP32929. 

Till forever; words by Bill Carlson, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 4Jan48; EP35857. 

Till you come back to me; words by 
Johnetta M. Armstrong, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co. Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 28Jun48; EP33335. 

Time will tell, words by Arcilla Greene, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP32969. 

Tipsy over you; words by Edwin J. Fiegel, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 2Feb49; 
EP35885. 

To rock the old cradle for me; words by 
William G. Balmer, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48; EP32733. 

To talk to; words by W. G. Rogers, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP37840. 

To think you loved me a little bit,- words 
by Dougal Fraser, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33166. 

Too busy for love, words by Bruce Poe and 
Labon Chappell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Sep48; EP32998. 

Too lonely to love; words by Don Walling, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., lDec48; 
EP32890. 

Traveling on a rainbow; words by Mary 
Howell, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
2Feb49; EP35803. 

Two lives; words by Clarence Marvan, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Mar49 
EP37760. 

Two minutes till train time; words by 
Franklin A. Williams, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif., 29Sep48, EP32891. 

Under the moon, words by Russell W.- 
Garland, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif. 
7Dec48; EP32849. 

Under the tree of memories, words by 
Alice Lussier, music by David Hall 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 80ct48; EP32855. 

Violins were playing, words by Myrtle 
Babbitt Davey, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co.. Hollywood. 
Calif.; 14Jul48; EP33004. 

We two; words by Pearl Keiser Wimberly, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Dec48; 
EP33594. 

What a smile can do; words by Joe Woods 
[pseud. 1, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP36829. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HALL, DAVID. Cont'd. 
What can I do? Words by Roland Danis, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48, 
EP34484. 
What have I done wrong? Words by Tommie 
Tarleton, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co .., Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48; 
EP33101. 
What our hearts should feel; words by 
Bernardino Estopin, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33567. 
What we've both missed; words by Beth 
J. Austin, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
2Feb49; EP35831. 
What''ll I do? Words by Clarence E. Davis, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35873. 
When the shades of night are falling; words 
by Eunice Gravier, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 29Dec48; EP33546. 
When twilight steals up the canyon; words 
by Joy Collins, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48, EP33050. 
When you come back; words by Evelyn 
McNair, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Mar49; EP37819. 
When you said I do", words by Bea Blod- 
gett, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48, EP33554. 
When you say I love you, words by Richard 
Mantik, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
21Jun48; EP32867. 
When you weave dreams; words by Helen 
Heinze, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
24Jan49; EP35839. 
When your heart sings music, words by 
Fred Lang, music by David Hall © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32963. 
Where I first met Nellie; words by Jack 
Zeiler, Sr., music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
29Dec48; EP33441. 
Whispering wind; words by Helen Lee, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 21Jun48; 
EP32878. 
Why couldn't you have told me? Words 
by Orville R. Prosser, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33408. 
Why do I love you, honey? Words by Mary 
F. Dyer, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif • HOct48- 
EP33012. 

Why don't my dreams come true; words by 
Sadie W. Anderson, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48; EP33338. 

Why is if Oh! why is if Words by 
Dolores Dell McMillan, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; HOct48; EP34485. 

Wild ecstasy; words by Mary Gochnour 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48- 
EP33548. 

Will you love me when I'm old; words by 
James A. Bell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36889. 

Wishing, words by Llda E. Garner, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Dec48; EP32714. 

With love to you, sweetheart; words by 
Pete Tzancoff , music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co . , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jul48; EP33092 



With regrets, I'm not yours; words by 
Mae Bethell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36892. 

Without words, words by Eddie Owsley, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., lDec48, 
EP32945. 

Without you; words by Frank Allen, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33531. 

Won't you; words by Mae Copeland, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49; EP36903. 

Worms for bait, words by Pauline P. 
Thomas, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; 
26Aug48; EP33097. 

Yearning for love and home-, words by 
Mary Brown Grandell, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 17Dec48, EP33028. 

Yet there's a sadness; words by Sidonia 
Rodrlgue, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Dec48; EP32721. 

You and moonbeams; words by Eleanor 
Barl, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
21Jun48; EP32735. 

You are my love; words by Clarence House, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35801. 

You are my treasure, my heart is with you; 
words by Florence Armstrong, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Dec48, EP32744. 

You are the one; words by Lorraine Hurdle, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HJan49; 
(in notice: 1948), EP35804. 

You bring sunshine ev'ry mile to me, words 
by Freeman A. and Clementine Marchant, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48, 
EP32866. 

You broke your vows, my darling; words 
by Gladys Marie Delaney, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36863. 

You cannot take my dreams away; words 
by Lela May Dennardt, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 23Feb49; EP36861. 

You can't blame a gal, words by Miml 
Fltzpatrlck, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Dec48; EP32711. 

You don't have to come from heaven to be 
an angel; words by Fedko Swanee, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33586. 

You don't have to steal my heart, words by 
I. Forbes Dean, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood. 
Calif.; 26Aug48; EP33007. 

You don't love me; words by Helen Bell 
Hemphill, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Mar49; EP36837. 

You have a bit of Texas sunshine in your 
smile; words by Kay Conner, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; EP36875. 

You, only you; words by George D. Hicks, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; 

You said you would; words by Evelyn Hamel 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., Iljan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP35844. 

You stepped out of my dreams; words by 
Earl Young, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
27jul48; EP32896. 



You think I won't, words by Robert W. 
Kline, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
8Mar49; EP37764. 

You were an angel to me; words by Pauline 
P. Thomas, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Mar49; EP37785. 

You were playing a game with me; words 
by Agnes Mary Doody, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 30Dec48; EP33550. 

You'll always be near my heart, words by 
William D. Knowles, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; Iljul48; EP32856. 

You'll have to take me as I am; words by 
Val LaCasse, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48; EP32820. 

You're forever in my dreams, words by 
William D. Knowles & Effie Knowles, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 31Aug48; 
EP32857. 

You've like a rose in a garden, words by 
Matilda Casper, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; lDec48; EPS3072. 

You re my reason; words by Rosemary 
Hutson, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; 
EP36831. 

You're robbin' me; words by Dee Carnegie, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Mar49; 
EP36868. 

You're wrong; words by Renato Avignone, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48, 
EP32884. 

Yours forever, darling; words by Ruby La 
Rene, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; 
EP32816. 

You've got that new look; words by O. E. 
Harvey, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; 
EP33146 

You've made a sap of me, words by Edith 
Ruth Jones, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33176. 

[HALL, FLAVIL] 1876- 
Kinkade's log cabin folio; [by W. R. 
Hendrix and Flavil Hall, words by W. R. 
Hendrix, Bill B. Sanders, Lillian C. 
Goodwin and Arlie Kinkade] © Arhe 
Kinkade, mgr. Kinkade's Log Cabin Songs, 
Canton, Ohio; no. 5, 7May49; EP36599. 
Hymns, with music. 

HALL, KATHLEEN, pseud . §e.e 
Stickles, William. 

HALL, LAWRENCE, pseud . See 
Bradbury, Stan. 

HALL, LUCILLE LEWIS. 
Nancy. See Hall, David. 

HALL, OTIS, 1917- 
Hazel eyes; words and music by Otis Hall. 
[Piano arrangement by Cornelius Sul- 
livan] © Otis Hall; 7May49; EP36788. 

HALL, PHYLLIS, 1921- 
Count me; by Phyllis Hall, arr. by Roberta 
Martin. Chicago, Martin Studio of Gospel 
Music. © Roberta Evelyn Martin; 
16Feb49; EP37331. For chorus. 

HALL, RICARDO VALENTINO. 
Our love wasn't meant to be. See Hall, 
David. 

HALL, TONY. 
When it's apple picking time in Tassie. 
See Williams, Buddy. 

HALLDEN, ANITA. 
It's you. See Holmberg-Aastrup, Per. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HALMY, LOUIS. 
Along the river. See Siuszko, Steve Roman. 
Elmer and the bear. See Heath, Walter 

Henry. 
The laughing song. See Franklin, Vincent. 
Min-Min-Minnesota. See Saks, James H. 

Sixty two ladies in sea-green pajamas. 
See Greene, Joe. 

Ya gotta buy, buy, buy for baby, or baby's 

gonna say bye bye. See Farrar, Walton. 
You gotta stay happy. See Amfitheatrof, 

Daniele. 
You gotta stop! Uh-uhl See Pallos, 

Charles. 
You opened my eyes. See Vogel, Palmer 

Theodore. 



HALOP, BILLY. 

My heart's aflame. 



See Cagle, Bob. 



HALT, E. V. 
Messages in melody. See Harris, Mary V. 

HALT, EULICE V comp. 

Spiritual life hymnal, comp. by E. V. Halt, 
[words and music by Etta G. Hoffman, 
Glenn E. Wagoner and others] 
© Pilgrim Publishing House, Indianapolis ; 
16Nov48; EP33906. 

HAMBLEN, BERNARD. 
The Lord is gracious; S.A., [words from] 
Psalm 145, music by Bernard Hamblen. 
([Pub. order no.] 1768) © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 8Jun49; EP37565. 

The Lord is gracious; S.A.B., [words from] 
Psalm 145, music by Bernard Hamblen. 
([Pub. order no.] 1770) © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 8Jun49; EP37567. 

The Lord is gracious; S.A.T.B., [words 
from] Psalm 145, music by Bernard 
Hamblen. ([Pub. order no.J 1766) 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
8Jun49; EP37563. 

The Lord is gracious; S.S.A., [words from] 
Psalm 145, music by Bernard Hamblen. 
([Pub. order no.] 1769) © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 8Jun49; EP37566. 

The Lord is gracious; T.T.B.B., [words 
from] Psalm 145, music by Bernard 
Hamblen. ([Pub. order no.J 1767) 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
8Jun49; EP37564. 

HAMEL, EVELYN. 
You said you would. See Hall, David. 

HAMELIN, GASTON. 
Clair de lune. See Debussy, Claude. 
Suite bergamasque. 

HAMILTON, DONALD ARTHUR, 1921- 
Forward we go, [by] Don Hamilton, [words 

by] D. H. © Donald Arthur Hamilton; 

2QDec48; EP34030. Close score: SATB. 
Glory all the way, [by] Don Hamilton, 

[words by] D. H. © Donald Arthur 

Hamilton; 20Dec48; EP34033. Close score: 

SATB. 
God's love for me, [by] Don Hamilton, 

[words by] D. H. © Donald Arthur 

Hamilton; 20Dec48; EP34027. 
He's so precious to me, [by] Don Hamilton, 

t words by] D. H. © Donald Arthur 
lamilton; 20Dec48; EP34029. Close score: 
SATB. 

Jesus, why didst Thou die? [By] Don 
Hamilton, [words by] D. H. ©Donald 
Arthur Hamilton; 20Dec48; EP34034. 

Just the name of Jesus, [by] Don Hamilton, 
[words by] D. H. © Donald Arthur 
Hamilton; 2CDec48; EP34032. Close score: 
SATB. 

The Lord meant it for good, [by] Don 
Hamilton, [words by] D. H. ©Donald 
Arthur Hamilton; 20Dec48; EP34028. 
Close score: SATB. 

Peace that He gives, [by J Don Hamilton, 
[words by] D. H. ©Donald Arthur 
Hamilton; 2CDec48; EP34031. Close score: 
SATB. 



Restless, forsaken, [by] Don Hamilton, 
[words by] D. H. © Donald Arthur 
Hamilton; 20Dec48; EP34035. 

HAMILTON, E. C. 
Calm as the night. See Bohm, Karl. 

Where e'er you walk. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. Semele. 

HAMILTON, EUGENE GEORGE, 1897- 
I will sing you a song, words & music 
Eugene G. Hamilton, arr. by Virginia 
Davis. © Eugene George Hamilton, 
4Dec47 (in notice- 1946); EP35492. 
Hymn, with music. 

HAMILTON, JANIE B. 
When it's Christmas time in the valley. 
See Montgomery, Marvin. 

HAMMELLE, VICTOR. 
Mother, at your feet is kneeling. See 
Mother, at your feet is kneeling. 

[HAMMER, L D ] 

Lovely Claudia; words & music by Lee 
Newman [pseud.] © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 22Dec48, EP33029. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR. 
Bali Ha'i. See Rodgers, Richard. South 

Pacific. 
A cock-eyed optimist. See Rodgers, Richard. 

South Pacific. 
Dites-moi. See Rodgers, Richard. South 

Pacific. 
Happy talk. See Rodgers, Richard. 

South Pacific. 
Honey bun. See Rodgers, Richard. South 

Pacific . 
I'm gonna wash that man right outa my 

hair. See Rodgers, Richard. South 

Pacific. 
It's a grand night for singing. See Rodgers, 

Richard. State fair. 
Some enchanted evening. See Rodgers, 

Richard. South Pacific. 
South Pacific. See Rodgers, Richard. 
There is nothin' like a dame. See Rodgers, 

Richard. South Pacific. 
This nearly was mine. See Rodgers, 

Richard. South Pacific. 
A wonderful guy. See Rodgers, Richard. 

South Pacific. 
Younger than springtime. See Rodgers, 

Richard. South Pacific. 

HAMM1TT, DEECORT. 
You ought to be kissed. See Hammitt, 
Orlin. 

HAMMITT ORLIN. 
You ought to be kissed, a ballad bjr Deecort 
and Orlin Hammitt. [Arr. by Noe'l Mar- 
chant] © Melody Moderne inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 15Dec48; EP32541. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

HAMMOND, HARRY DONALD. 

Call your cows, "Go bossy go"; words and 
music by Harry D. Hammond. © Harry 
D. Hammond; 25Mar49; EP36557. 

Florida was made for you and me; [by 
Harry D. Hammond] © Harry Donald 
Hammond; 17Apr49; EP37070. For voice 
and piano. 

Honey, set up close to me; words & music 
by Harry D. Hammond. © Harry D. 
Hammond; 10May49; EP37.6.92. 

While walking down Broadway; Broadway 
welcomes you, words and music by Harry 
D. Hammond. © Harry D. Hammond; 
15Mar49; EP36554. 

HAMNER, CURLEY, 1917- 
Pick up on the ree bop kick, by Curtis 
Lewis, Gladys Hampton [and] Curley 
Hamner. © Swing & Tempo Music Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 3Jan49; 
EP33264. For voice and piano. 

HAMPTON, GLADYS. 
Pick up on the ree bop kick. See Hamner, 
Curley. 



[HAMPTON, STERLING] comp . 

The American home song album; 300 songs 
everybody sings. Rev. ed. by A. W. 
Braten. (The American home series, 
no. 1) © Amsco Music Publishing Co., 
New York; 15Dec48; on rev. ed.; EP33957. 

The American home waltz album; 63 world- 
famous waltzes. Rev. ed. by A. W. Braten. 
(The American home series, no. 3) 
© Amsco Music Publishing Co., New York; 
15Dec48; on rev. ed.; EP33958. 

HAMSUN, KNUT. 
Skaergaardsgf. See Haquinius, Algot. 

HANBY, B R 

Darling Nellie Gray, [for] S.A.T.B., by 
B. R. Hanby, arr. by Frederic Fay Swift. 
(Octavo no. 932) © Belwin, Inc.. New 
York, 3Jan49; on arrangement; EP32584. 

HANDEL, G. F. §ee 
Handel, Georg Friedrich. 

HANDLON, JAMES ELWIN, 1901- 
Time out for a jam session; [by] James 
E, Handlon. (Q. M. B. edition, no. 160) 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
26May49; EP37601. Score, condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

HANDSCHIN, JACQUES. 
Musikgeschichte im tfberblick. Luzern, 
Raber. 432 p. illus. (Aulos-Bucher) 
© Jacques Handschin; 31Dec48; AF9347. 

HANDY, GEORGE. 

You wear love so well; words and music 
by Jack Segal and George Handy. © Capi- 
tol Songs, inc., New York; 15Feb49; 
EP34423. 

HANFT, HAROLD ALBERT, 1897- 
Favorite standard melodies in modern 
piano styling; as arranged by Harold A. 
Hanft. © Harold Albert Hanft; 21Apr49; 
on transcription; EP36984. 

HANGER, ARNOLD. 
Gypsy Mardi Gras, by Arnold Hanger 
and Ray Carter [pseud.] © Charles H. 
Hansen Music Co., New York; 15Dec48; 
EP33815. For piano. 

HANIGHEN, BERNIE. 
Blue fool. See Wilder, Alec. 

HANLEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 1911- 
(Iberian trilogy) Hommage a La Argentina, 
on folk miniatures from the mountains of 
Spain, and originals. Pt. 1 [from] Iberian 
trilogy, by Wm. Shakespeare Hanley. 
© William Joseph Hanley; ljun49; 
EU170610. Score: violin and piano. 
(Iberian trilogy) Hommage a La Carmen- 
cita; on folk miniatures from the seaboard 
of Spain, and originals. Second pt. [from] 
Iberian trilogy, by Wm. Shakespeare 
Hanley. © William Joseph Hanley, ljun49; 
EU170611. Score: violin and piano. 
(Iberian trilogy) Hommage a La Imperia; 
on folk miniatures from the coastal is- 
lands of Spain, and originals. Third pt. 
[from] Iberian trilogy, by Wm. Shakes- 
peare Hanley. © William Joseph Hanley; 
ljun49; EU170612. Score: violin and 
piano. 

HANNA, KEN. 
Somnambulism; composed and scored by 
Ken Hanna. © Leslie Music Corp., New 
York; 5Apr49; EP35715. Score: orches- 
tra. 

HANSEN, AAGE JULIUS, 1878- 
Gyldenlakken. Tekst Severin, musik 
Aage Hansen. [Op. 8] © Jac. Boesens 
Musikforlags A-S, K0benhavn; 15Aug44- 
EF 12040. 

HANSEN, CARL G. O. 
The sailor's last voyage. See Alnes, 
Eyvind. 

HANSEN, CARL GUSTAV OTTO. 
Sons of Norway song book. See Sons of 
Norway. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HANSEN, CHARLES. 
Honey bec-bop, by Ray Carter [pseud., 
and] Charles Hansen. © Charles H. 
Hansen Music Co., New York; 15Dec48; 
EP33816. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

HANSEN, ELMER HERMAN, 1922- 
I know now, music by Elmer Hansen, 
words by Donn Dean © Elmer Herman 
Hansen, trading as Hansen Publications, 
New Westminster, B. C; 5Mar49, 
EF12929. 

HANSHAW, LON. 
It tickles, tickles. See Powers, Carl. 



HANSON, EDDY. 
Love me forever and ever. 
Ken. 



See Griffin, 



HANSON, ELEANOR. 
Empty heart. See Willett, Ruth. 

HANSON, GEORG. 
Uti mina drommar. See Sjoblom, Alice Babs. 

HANSON, HOWARD, 1896- 
(Symphony, no. 2) Whispering wind. 
based on a theme from Howard Hanson's 
Symphony no. 2 Romantic, music by Syl 
Novelli, words by Sylvia Dee [pseud. ] 
([Pub. order no.] V1987) © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 14Apr49; on arrangement, 
EP36210. 
(Symphony, no. 2) Whispering wind; based 
on a theme from Howard Hanson's 
Symphony no. 2, Romantic, words by 
Sylvia Dee [pseud.], music by Syl Novelli. 
A Jack Mason arrangement. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49, on 
arrangement; EP36207. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

HANSON, JULIE ANN. 
Gentle night. See Larson, Earl Roland. 

HANSON, RAYMOND. 
On holidays; piano solo by Raymond Hanson, 
© Allan & Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne, 
Australia; 30Nov48; EF12736, 

[HANSSON, STIG] 

Canzonetta, [byl Jules Sylvaln [pseud.] 
Op. 11. Arr. [by] Eduard Rudolf [pseud.] 
© Edition Sylvatn, Stockholm; ljan33; 
EF11881. Piano-conductor score: 
orchestra. 

Isblommor pa mitt fdnster, slow -fox. Text 
[by] Karl Ewert [pseud. 1, musik [by] 
Jules Sylvain f pseud.] (In Sverige dansar 
och ler. Argang 12, p. 2-3) © Edition 
Sylvain, a. b., Stockholm; ljan47, 
EF11882. 

Pa sjogarda brygga. vals, text [by] Fritz 
Gustal [pseud ], musik [by] Jules Sylvain 
[pseud ] (In Sver lge dansar och ler 
Argang 12. p 10 11) © Edition Svlvam. 
a b , Stockholm, ljan47, EF11886 

La petite vienno'ise, valse caprice, [by] 
Jules Sylvain [pseud. J Op. 13. Arr.: 
Eduard Rudolf [pseud. ] © Edition Sylvain 
Stockholm, ljan33; EF11915. Piano-con- 
ductor score: orchestra. 

Reverie de prlntemps; [by] Jules Sylvain 
[pseud.] Op. 10. Arr.: Eduard Rudolf 
[pseud.] © Edition Svlvaln, Stockholm; 
Tjan33; EF11913. Piano-conductor score: 
orchestra. 

HAQUINIUS, ALGOT. 
Manljuset; dikt av Werner v. Heidenstam, 

for sang och piano av Algot Haquinius. 

(Edition musicalia, nr. 148) © A.B. 

Nordiska musikforlaget. Stockholm; 

ljan29; EF11781. 
SkaergaardseS [by] Algot Haquinius, text 

av Knut Hamsun. © AB Nordiska musik 

fbrlaget, Stockholm; ljan23; EF11782. 
Ur Kung Eriks visor; [by] Algot Haquinius 

t words by Gustaf Frodingl © Algot 
laquinius; 31Mar49, EU163070. Score: 
orchestra and solo voice. 



HARBIN, LORAINE C 
Just reminiscing, still in love with you; 
by Loraine C. Harbin, ed. and rev. by 
Jimmy Shirl [pseud.] & Ervin Drake. 
© Encore Music Publications, inc., New 
York; 14Apr49, EP35767. For voice and 
pinno, with chord symbols. 

HARBURG, E. Y. 
Finian's rainbow choral selection. See 
.. Knehnor, M a rric Hymnn. ' 

HARDEE, JOHN HAIS. 
Happiness and you; words and music by 
John Hais Hardee. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HOct48; EP33150. 

HARDELOT, GUY D'. See 
Rhodes, Helen (Guy) 

HARDEN, STEELE. 
Please say you'll marry me. See 
Pearson, Grace T. 

HARDING, PHYLLIS. 
Spring song. See Mendelssohn-B: i-tholdy, 
Felix. 

HARDT, DICK, pseud . See 
Kapp, Paul. 

HARDY, AL FABRIZIO, 1898- 
Cairo; words & music by Al Hardy. © Van 
Brunt Music Publishing Co. Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Jun49, EP37990. 

HARFORD, FRANK. 
Teneha, Timpson, Bobo and Blair; words 
and music by Tex Ritter and Frank 
Harford. © Tex Ritter Music Publica- 
tions, inc., New York; 8Feb49; EP34317 

HARGREAVE, BARBARA M 
I kissed her,- words & music by Bertha 
L. Hargreave & Barbara M Hargreave 
© Nordyke Publishing Co , Hollywood, 
Calif., 17Dec48; EP33030. 

HARGREAVE, BERTHA L. 
I kissed her. See Hargreave, Barbara M. 

HARDMG, ROBERT C. 
12th Street rag. See Bowman, Euday 
Louis. 

HA1UNGTON, SIR JOHN. 
Bought locks. See Mennin, Peter. 

HARLENE, EDNA, pseud . See 
Robinette, Edna Harlene. 

HARLEY, JOHNH 1912- 

Hey babyl Cool yourself; words and music 
by John H. Harley. © Handy Bros. Music 
Co., inc., New York; 23May49; EP36929. 

HARLIN BROTHERS. 
I am walking the floor, words & music by 
Harlin Bros. [Technical editing by Kirby 
Johnson] Indianapolis, Crossroads Music 
Publishers. © Harlin Brothers; 10Jan49; 
EP32703. 
Roaring volcano, music by Harlin Bros. 
[Tech, editing by Kirby Johnson] 
Indianapolis, Crossroads Music Pub- 
lishers. © Harlin Brothers; 10Jan49; 
EP32702. For piano. 

HARLING, W. FRANKE. 
Beyond the blue horizon. See Whiting, 
Richard A. 

HARLOW, FRANK. 
Tune time; words & music by Frank 
Harlow. © Campbell-Connelly, inc., 
London; 21Feb49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34354. 

HARMACEK, JERRY. See 
Harmacek, Tommy. 

HARMACEK, TOMMY. 
I m cryin' now over you; words and music 
by George Walker, Johnny Standefer and 
Jerry Harmacek. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP34483. 



HARMON, GRACE I. P. 
Sittin' on the railfence. See Hughes, 
Glenn V. 

HARNICK, SHELDON MAYER, 1924- 
Hey, Rube, the 1949 Dolphin show, lyrics by 
Sheldon Harnick & Stanley Orzey, music by 
Godfrey W. Wills & Sheldon Harnick [and 
others] © Dolphin Club of Northwestern 
University, Evanston, 111.; 12jan49, 
EP36122. 
What's the rush? See Stone, Wilson 
Ellsworth. 

HARPER, ELLIE. 
Nobody seems to want me anymore. See 
Springer, Rudolph. 

HARPER, JAMES. 
Wot 'as she got that I 'aven't got? See 
Haines, Will E. 

HARRINGTON, WILLIAM CLARK. 
Two red roses across the moon. See 
Roobenian, Amber. 

HARRIS, ALBERT. 
Flickan i grammofonaffaren, text: Frltz- 
Gustaf [pseud], musik; A. Harris. 
© Sonora musikfdrlags AB, Stockholm, 
ljan48; EF11794. 

HARRIS, BENNY. 
Ornithology. See Parker, Charles. 

HARRIS, CHARLES K 
After the ball, by Chas. K. Hams; piano 
solo. A John W. Schaum arrangement. 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34053. 

After the ball; [for] T T.B.B. [by] Chas. 
K Harris, arr. Robert Childe. (Radio 
program music, 5529) © Neil A, Kjos 
Music Co., Chicago; 12May49; on arrange- 
ment; EP37195. 

After the ball; S.A.T.B., by Chas. K. Harris, 
arr. by Russell Watson [pseud.] (Octavo 
no. 974) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
HMar49; on arrangement; EP34816. 

After the ball; S.S.A., by Chas. K. Harris, 
arr. by Russell Watson [pseud.J (Octavo 
no. 973) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
HMar49; on arrangement; EP34815. 

After the ball is over, by Charles K. Harris, 
[Arr. by John Bach] © Calumet Music Co.. 
Chicago; 28Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP32695. For voice and piano, with guitar 
diagrams and chord symbols. 

HARRIS, ELEANOR M 1923- 

Together; [by] Eleanor M. Harris, [words 
by] Avis B. Christiansen. © Eleanor M. 
Harris; 2Jun49; EP37336. For voice and 
piano. 

HARRIS, ELEANOR MAE. 
If ye abide in Me [by] Eleanor Harris 
[words]: John 15:7. (In. Moody monthly. 
v.49, no.5p.387) © Eleanor Mae Harris; 
2QDec48; B5-8646. Hymn, with music. 

HARRIS, ERNEST E 1914- 

The solo drummer; an album of original 
music for the snare drum, by Ernest E. 
Harris. © G. Ricordi & Co., New York; 
15jun49; EP37747. 

HARRIS, ETHEL, 1898- 
Just look up; words & music by Ethel Harris 
arr. by Bernard G. Battle. [Washington 
D. C.] Battle & Odom Music Studio 
© Ethel Harris; 21Feb49; EP34860. 

HARRIS, HARRY. 
Saturday night mood. See MacGregor, 
John Chalmers. 

HARRIS, J ROBERT, 1925- 

Judy in Easterland [by J. Robert Harris] 
© J. Robert Harris (Bob Harris); 7Mar49; 
EP35038. Condensed score. 

HARRIS, JACK. See 
Harris, Jason Ready. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HARRIS, JASON READY. 
I love you, believe me, I do. See Vavrin, 

Joseph Stuart. 
Old Spanish shawl. See Vavrin, Joseph 

Stuart 
Stay out' of my dreams. See Vavrin, 

Joseph Stuart. 
Wait and see. See Vavrin, Joseph Stuart. 



HARRIS, JOHANNA. 
Prelude and fugue. 
Sebastian. 



See Bach, Johann 



HARRIS, MARY MAGDALENE, 1915- 

Jesus is a friend that won t forsake you; 

words and melody by Mary M. Harris, 

arr. by Mary E. Lacy Moore. © Mary 

Magdalene Harris; 23Dec48, EP34537. 

HARRIS, MARY V 
Messages in melody, [by] Mary V. Harris 

tand Milton T. Coffeltf, comp. by E. V. 
[alt. © Pilgrim Publishing House, 
Indianapolis; 22Jun49; EP37950. Hymns, 
with music. 

HARRIS, REMUS. 
Rockabye Town. See Hathaway, Charles. 

HARRIS, ROY. 
Prelude and fugue. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. 

HARRIS, THORO, 1874- 

The bells of time; [by] Thoro Harris, 
[words by] Ellen Gates. (In LiUenas, 
Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 61) © Nazarene Publishing 
House, 22Dec48; EP37494. 

Dearer each day; [by] Thoro Harris. (In. 
Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos 
and duets no. 2. no. 26) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37485. 
Hymn, with music. 

God worketh in me, [by] Thoro Harris, 
[words by] Effie O. Foss. © Effie O. 
Foss; 24Dec48: EP33710. Close score: 
SATB. 

Sing His praise [composed and comp. by] 
Thoro Harris fand others] © Thoro 
Harris; 2Dec48; EP34489. Hymns, with 
music; principally shape -n ote not ation. 

Songs of Jesus, [composed and comp. by] 
Thoro Harris fand others] © Thoro 
Harris; no.2, 2Dec48; EP34488. Hymns, 
with music; partly in shape-note notation. 

That sweet tomorrow; [by] Thoro Harris. 
(In Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel 
solos and duets no. 2 no. 8) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37480. 
Hymn, with music. 

Trials; [by] Thoro Harris. (In Lillenas, 
Haldor, comp. The Lillenas choir, 
book 2. p. 54-55) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; HMar49; EP37509. Score: chorus 
(SATB) 

Turn to the Savior [by] Thoro Harris, 
[words by.] Nellie Olianna Lee. © Nellie 
Olianna Lee; 2Dec48; EP34487. Close 
score: SATB. 

Why did you tell Him no? [By Thoro 
Harris, words] by Etta Lee. © Rev. 
Mrs. Etta Lee: 30Mar49; EP37009. 

HARRIS, WILL J. 
Sweet Sue, just you. See Young, Victor. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM HENRY, 1883- 
Spring, the sweet spring; part-song for 
mixed voices, unacc, words by Thomas 
Nashe, music by W. H. Harris. (Choral 
music, no. 520) © Edward Arnold & Co.. 
London; 17Jul48, EF11928. 

HARRISON, DONNANROSS, 1928- 
How do I know? Words and music by Donn 
Harrison, Jr. Hollywood, Calif., Cme-Mart 
Music Publishers. © Donnan Ross 
Harrison, Jr.; 30Aug48; EP34229. 

HARRISON, SALLIE. 
The state of Ohio. See Hall, David. 



HARRISON, TED. 
So many lovely years ago; words and music 
by Ted Harrison. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Mar49 (in notice: 
1948); EP36805. 
So many lovely years ago. See Hall, David. 
Tenderly.' See Hall, David. 



HARRISON, THOMAS. 
Before the eyes of aU. 



See Hall, David. 



HARSANYI, ZSOLT. 
Rhapsodie hongroise, vie de Franz Liszt. 
Texte f rancais de Daisy de Segonzac. 
[Paris] cl948. 564 p. © Les Editions 
de Paris; 30jun48; AF9285. 

HARSHBARGER, CLARA MAE. 
When the moonbeams call to bid the sun 
good evening; words and music by Clara 
Mae Harshbarger. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33148. 

HART, BABE. See 
Hart, Lucille. 

HART, BENJAMIN, 1871- 
Adoration waltz, by Ben Hart. © Ranch 
Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 3Jan49; 
EP32528. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

HART, CECELIA PACCIONE. 
Moonlight and love. See Cross, Sylvester 
Long. 

HART, ELLA HARRIS. 
No one else can take your place. See 
Richard, Leo. 

HART, LUCILLE. 
What a feeling is this! Words and music 
by Frank Lamarr and Babe Hart. 
© Forster Music Publisher, inc., Chicago; 
14Apr49; EP35948. 

HART, P. E. 
Returning. See Hall, David. 



HART, PETER. 
Carnival time. 



See Cassen, Eddie. 



HARTLEY, ALBERT. 
I believe in my heart. See Hall, David. 

HARTLEY, FREDERICK. 
Country dance medley [by] Fred Hartley. 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd. , London; 8Jul47; 
on arrangement; EF12203. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 
Negro fantasie, by Fred Hartley. © The 
Peter Maurice Music Co., ltd., London; 
14jan49; EF12089. Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 
The rose of Tralee. See Glover, 
Charles W. 

HARTMAN S. 
Slumber, Thou beautiful King. See Tonner, 
Paul. 

HARTMANN, ARTHUR, 
n pleure dans mon coeur. See Debussv. 
Claude. 

HARTMANN, MAURIE MERL. 
Tell me why; words by Milt Gabler, music 
by Maurie Hartmann. © Rytvoc, inc., 
New York; 3Mar49; EP34459. 

HARTMANN, THOMAS ALEKSANDROVICH, 
1883- 

*Six commentaires pour Ulysse de James 
Joyce; pour chant et piano [by] Thomas 
de Hartmann. Op. 71. © M. P. Belaieff 
Paris; 2Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EF12541. 

HARTS, HARRY L. 
Ave Maria. See Arcadelt, Jacob. 
Ave verum. See Mozart, Johann Chrysostom 
Wolfgang Amadeus. 

Jubilate Deo. See Mozart, Johann 
Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. 



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See Mother, at your leet is kneeling. 

Panis angelicus. See Franck, Cesar August' 

HARVEY, MAX HOMER, 1912- 
The gospel chorus; words & music by Max 
H. Harvey, arr. by Neva Harvey. (W i t h . 
Jlis Some sweet day) © Max Homer 
Harvey; 5Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP34227. 
Hymn, with music. 
The meeting in the sky; words & music by 
Max H. Harvey, arr. by Neva Harvey. 
(With his. Some sweet day) © Max Homer 
™eyV5Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP34226. 
Hymn, with music. 
Some sweet day ; words & music by Max 
H. Harvey, arr. by Neva Harvey. © Max 
Homer Harvev; 5Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34225. Hymn, with music. 

HARVEY, NELL WAIT. 
Play for joy, a progressive piano book for 
older beginners, by Nell Wait Harvey. 
Walla Walla, Wash., Joy Book Shop. 
© Nell Wait Harvey; 27Dec48; AA104130. 

HARVEY, NEVA PAULINE. 
The gospel chorus. See Harvey, Max 

Homer. 
The meeting in the sky. See Harvey, Max 

Homer. 
Some sweet day. See Harvey, Max Homer. 

HARVEY, O. E. 
You've got that new look. See Hall, David. 

HARVEY, ORALANDO EMERY. 
Easter victory. See Flannery, Agnes 
Veronica. 

HARWELL, LEO, 1931- 
Find Christ, for solo or chorus, words & 
music by Leo Harwell [arr. by Wm. H. 
MiUer] Gary, Ind., Miller's Music Studio. 
© Leo Harwell; 15Nov48; EP34393. 

HARWELL, LETHA B. 
I don't want coffee. See Hall, David. 

HASENKAMP, MARGARET. 
When will you come back to me? Words 
and music by Margaret Hasenkamp. 
© Margaret Hasenkamp; 19May49; 
EP37185. 

HASSALL, CHRISTOPHER. 
Just across the way. See Rosenstein, 

Michel. Oranges and lemons. 
Song of praise. See Phillips, Montague 
Fawcett. 
HASSALL, CHRISTOPHER VERNON. 
The whispering poplar. See Lubbock, 
Mark Hugh. 

HASSE, JOHANNES O. 
Die Flut. See Blacher, Boris. 
Die Nachtschwalbe. See Blacher, Boris. 

HASSLER, HANS LEO. 
O sacred head, now wounded. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

HASTINGS, THOMAS, 1784-1872. 
Rock of ages, cleft for me; for SATB [by] 
Thomas Hastings [words by] Augustine M 
Toplady, [arr. by] H. Markworth. © The 
Dankworth Co., Cleveland; 28Sep48; on 
arrangement; EP33919. Close score: 
SATB. 

[HATHAWAY, CHARLES] 

The Christmas waltz, [by Betty Swift, 
Harold Edwards and Charles Hathaway] 
© Abbey Music Co., inc., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Dec48; EP32631. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

The Holy Ghost is trimmin' me down, by 
Lorenzo Countee, Harry Gourfain & 
Charles Hathaway. (Choral art series, 
1027) © Abbey Music Co., inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 21Dec48; EP32627. Score: 
chorus (SSAATB) and piano reduction. 

Rockabye Town; words and music by Remus 
Harris, Harold Edwards and Charles 
Hathaway. © Abbey Music Co., inc., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 21Dec48, EP32630. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HATT, CLIFFORD E. 
Sweetheart, I'm coming to you. See Hall, 
David. 

HAUBIEL, CHARLES, 1894- 

Cradle song; [by] Charles HaubieL © The 
Composers Press, inc., New York; 
15Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP36471. 
Score (2violins and piano) and parts. 

"Metamorphoses; variations on a melody 
by Stephen Foster, for. piano. By Charles 
Haubiel. © The Composers Press, inc., 
New York; 15Dec48; EP34239. 

Plaint; [byj Charles Haubiel. © The Com- 
posers Press, inc., New York; 15Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EP36472. Score (2 vio- 
lins and piano) and parts. 

HAUFRECHT, HERBERT, 1909- 
Lather and shave, S. A. B., collected and 
transcribed by Herbert Haufrecht. 
(Choral series, L-150) © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 28Dec48; on collection 
& transcription; EP33216. 

HAUG, JULIUS, 1882- 
This hour is yours; words by Adrian 
Michaelis, music by Julius Haug. 
© Standard Oil Co., of Calif.; San Fran- 
cisco; 10Apr49; EP36319. 

HAUSER, WILLIAM STAPLES, 1891- 
America, we love thee; words and music 
by William S. Hauser, harmonized by 
Georgia Lee Turpin. © William Staples 
Hauser; 13Apr49; EP37014. 
Stand for the right; words [and music] 
by William Hauser, arr. by Georgia 
L. Thorn. © William Staples Hauser; 
8Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP34595. 

HAVENS, LEPHA. 
Indiana Avenue blues. See Johnson, Hany A. 

HAVENS, LEPHA WILSON. 
Will your heart remember mine? See 
Eddy, Carl Leon. 

HAVERGAL, FRANCES R. 
Another day is dawning. See Stairs, 
Louise E. 

HA VET, PIERRE. 
Sans savoir pourquoi. See Sinlavlne, 
Alexandre. 

HAWK, LEONARD, 1903- 
Lei of love; by Red and Ruth Hawk. 
© Leonard Hawk; 15Mar49; EP37028. For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 

My dream lei, words [by] Ruth Hawk and 

music by Red [Hawk] © Leonard 

Hawk; 15May49; EP37676. 
South seas, words [by] Ruth Hawk and 

music by 'Red" Hawk] © Leonard 

Hawk; 15May49; EP37677. 

HAWK, RUTH MOODIE. 
Lei of love. See Hawk, Leonard. 
My dream lei. See Hawk, Leonard. 
South seas. See Hawk, Leonard. 

HAWKE, H WILLIAM, ed, 

Elkan-Vogel organ series, H. William 
Hawke, editor. © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., 
Philadelphia; v. 5, 7May48; EP26757. 

HAWKINS, N F 1878- 

Gliding; waltz, [by] N. F. Hawkins. 
(Simplified teaching series for accordion, 
no. 1215) © Accordion Music Publishing 
Co., New York; 30Jun49; EP37946. 

HAWKS, MAUDINE DAVIDSON 

Da < vid hlned US Ught ° n me - SeeHaU, 

HAWLEY, C B 

Daisies, for two-part chorus of women's 
voices with piano ace. [by] C. B. Hawlev 
arr. by John Verrall, [words by] Frank 
Dempster Sherman. (Octavo no. 9770) 
© G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 7Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33829. 



Daisies, for three-part chorus of women's 
voices with piano ace, [by] C. B. Hawley, 
arr. by John Verrall, [words by] Frank 
Dempster Sherman. (Octavo no. 9771) 
© G. Schirmer inc.. New York; 2Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33828. 

HAWTHORNE, M. L. 
Honeymoon for three. See Hawthorne, Margy. 

[HAWTHORNE, MARGY] 
Honeymoon for three; words & music by 
Roy Ross Lynn [pseud.] and Margy Lynn 
[pseud.] © Golden Gate Publications, 
Oakland, Calif.; 15Jan49; EP33786. 

HAYASHIDA, SHIGERU. 
My golden dreams and you. See Buck, 
Ronald. 

HAYCOOK, LEWIS. 
Don't say goodbye forever. See Hall, David. 

HAYCRAFT, WALKER H 
Mississippi wanderer; words [by] Ernest 
A. Rork, and music by Walker H. Hay- 
craft. © Ernest A. Rork & Son, Memphis; 
13Jun49; EP37688. 

HAYDEN, CARRIE L 
Just when I' m needing you; words and music 
by Carrie L. Hayden. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35841. 

HAYDN, JOSEPH, 1732-1809. 
Allegro; by Jos. Haydn, arr. by Harry 
Breuer. © Harry Breuer, New York; 
15Mar49; on arrangement; EP34410. 
Parts: piano and marimba or xylophone. 
(Concerto, violin) Concerto en sol majeur 
pour vlolon; no. 2 [by] Joseph Haydn, 
revision et cadence par Marcel Lejeune. 
© Schott Freres, Bruxelles; 28Feb49; 
on cadenza, revision & fingering; 
EF12689. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 

(Concerto, violin, no. 1) Concerto en ut 
majeur pour violon; [by] Joseph Haydn, 
revision et cadence par Marcel Leieune. 
© Schott Freres, Bruxelles; 21Jan49; on 
revision & fingering of the violin part & 
two cadenzas; EF12445. Score (violin 
& piano) and part. 

Evensong to God. [Abendlied zu Gott] 
English text by Henry S. Drinker, music 
by Joseph Haydn, arr. by Karl Geiringer. 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
25Feb49; on arrangement; EP34784. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano. 

HAYES, BILLY. 
Broadway choo-choo, by Jack Rollins, 
Milton Leeds [pseud.] and Billy Hayes. 
© Alamo Music, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
17Dec48; EP34255. For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

L «A? hu i a hone j; words and music by 
Milton Leeds [pseud.] and Billy Hayes. 

tnSfigS&Jt'' H ° UyW00d ' ^ 
Pick me up and set me down in Texas; words 
and music by Milton Leeds [pseud.] and 
Billy Hayes. © Alamo Music inc., Hollv- 
wood. Calif.; 22Dec48; EP32636. 

*&?&&%£ Wh6n Papa ' s 0ut ° f t0 -"- 

HAYES, CLARENCE. 
Weddln' day. See Kalash, Carl. 

HAYES, ELTON, arr. 
Songs to a small guitar; [arr. by] Elton 
Hayes, [music by Elton Hayes, Kenneth 
Leslie Smith and others, words by Jimmy 
Kennedy and others] © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York; 29Dec48; 
EF12087. For voice and guitar, with 
piano ace. 

HAYES, MARGARET HAWKINS. 
Remember; words and music by Margaret 
Hawkins Hayes. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 29Sep48; EP33160. 



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HAYES, MARY. 
On the west side of the Rockies. See 
Buck, Ronald. 

HAYNES, ARTHUR. 
A longing for heaven. See Shockley, 

Zilpha Lodene. 
My all in all. See Shockley, Phillip Barney. 

HAYNES, DOTTTE. 
Spring is here. See Genet, Val. 

HAYNES, HOMER. 
I wanted you for a lifetime; by Homer 
Haynes. © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville; 4Apr49; EP35603. For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and chord 
symbols. 

HAYNES, JOHNNY. 
I'll let another take my place. Sg_e Midgett, 
Virginia. 

HAYNES, VIOLA. 
TeU me again that you love me. See 
Richard, Leo. 

HAYNIE, WILLIAM S 
March Mississippi; composed and arr. 
for band by William S. Haynie. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 29Apr49;EP36573. 
Parts. 

HAYS, CHARLIE. 
Hollywood square dance. See Weirick, 
Paul. 

HAYS, WILL SHAKESPEARE. 
Keep in the middle of the road; chorus for 
male voices a cappella, T.T.B.B. [by] 
Will S. Hays, arr. by Frank Groff. [Words 
byl W. S. H. (Choral octavos, no. 3037) 
© Hall & McCreary Co., Chicago; 24Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); on arrangement; EP34097. 

HAYWOOD, ERNEST. 
Sonatina in F. See Beethoven, Ludwig van. 
Sonatina In G. See Beethoven, Ludwig van. 
Two country pictures. See Schumann, 
Robert Alexander. Album fur die Jugend. 

HAZELLE, EARL, 1906- 
Hawaitan medley; accordion solo [arr.] 

by Earl Hazelle. © Belwln, inc., New 

York; 21Apr49; on arrangement; EP36056. 
Hear dem bells; accordion solo, by Earl 

Hazelle. Negro spiritual [medley] 

© Belwln, inc.. New York; 28Mar49; on 

arrangement; EP35195. 
Holiday harmony; accordion solo by Earl 

Hazelle. © Belwin, inc., New York; 

21Apr49; EP36058. 
In old Madrid. See Trotere, Henri. 
Irish medley; [arr. for] accordion solo by 

Earl Hazelle. © Belwin, inc., New York; 

28Mar49; on arrangement; EP35409. 
Mexekoke; accordion solo by Earl Hazelle 

© Belwin, Inc., New York; 21Apr49; 
EP36060. With words. 
Moccasin march. See Czernv. Carl. 
Scandinayi-Anna. See Czerny, Carl. 
Schubert waltz. See Schubert, Franz 

Peter. 

When you and I were young, Maggie. See 
Butterfield, James Austin. 

HEAD, MICHAEL, 1900- 
Back to Hilo; from Six sea songs, words 

by C. Fox Smith, music by Michael Head. 

© Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 3Jun49; 

EF13521. 
A dog's life; from Six sea songs, words 

by C. Fox Smith, music by Michael Head. 

© Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 3Jun49; 

EF13522. 
Lavender Pond; Surrey Commercial Docks; 

from Six sea songs, words by C. Fox 

Smith, music by Michael Head. © Boosey 

& Co., ltd., London; 3Jun49; EF13523. 
Llmehouse Reach; from Six sea songs, 

words by C. Fox Smith, music by Michael 

Head. © Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 

3Jun49; EF13520. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HEAD, MICHAEL, 1900- Cont'd. 
A sea burthen; from Six sea songs, words 

by C. Fox Smith, music by Michael Head. 

© Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 3Jun49; 

EF13519. 
Sweethearts and wives; from Six sea 

songs, words by C. Fox Smith, music 

by Michael Head. © Boosey & Co., ltd., 

London; 3Jun49; EF13524. 

HEADRICK, MARTHA J. 
Feed our hungry nations. See HaU, David. 

HEALY, JOSEPH W. 
Almost seventeen. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
Day dreams. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
Do you remember? See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
Forever. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
Happy all the day. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
I like to see the rainbow. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 
I might have known. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
I want no other girl but you. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 
I'm an easy going fellow. See Carney, 

Esther Loretta. 
Marie. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
My mom and dad. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 
Someday. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
Springtime. See Carney, Esther Loretta. 
Trouble, trouble. See Carney, Esther 

Loretta. 

HEAPS, PORTER. 
Eight little preludes and fugues. See Bach, 

Johann Sebastian. 
Wedding music. See Nordman, Chester. 

HEAPS, SELDON N 
An angel from on high; words by Parley 
P. Pratt [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Mar49; 
on arrangement; EP34605. For piano; 
with words. 

As the dew from heaven distilling. See 

Daynes, Joseph J. 
Come, come, ye Saints. See Clayton, W. 

The enchanted attic; a musical play for 
children, in one act. Story and lyrics by 
Maryhale Woolsey, music by Seldon N. 
Heaps. © Eldridge Entertainment House, 
inc., Franklin, Ohio, 14Sep48, DP18638. 

Gently raise the sacred strain. See 
Griggs, T. C. 

High on the mountaintop. See Johnson. 

How great the wisdom and the love. See 

Mclntyre, Thomas. 
Joseph Smith's first prayer. Sge Smyth, 

A. C. 
O, my Father. See McGranahan, James. 
O, ye mountains high. See Penrose, 

Charles W. 
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire. See 

Careless, George. 
Redeemer of Israel. See Phelps, W. W. 
Shine on. See Ballantyne, Joseph. 
Sweet is the work. See McClellan, John J. 

We thank Thee, O God, for a prophet. See 
Norton, Mrs. 

HEATH, HY. gee 
Heath, Walter Henry. 

HEATH LLOYD. 
Lovable Sue; words by B. E. Roderick, 
music by Lloyd Heath. © Evan Georgeoff 
Music Publishing Co., New York; 20May49; 
EP37964. 
HEATH, MOIRA. 
Love's melody. See Reinhardt, Django. 

Me"lodie au crepuscule. 
My beloved Maraquita. See Alguero, 

Augusto. 
Narcissus. See Nevin, Ethelbert Wood- 
bridge. 



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The white bearded old gentleman. See 
Martin, Ray. 

HEATH, WALTER HENRY. 
Elmer and the bear; by Johnny Lange and 
Hy Heath. [Arr. by Lou Halmy] © Bulls- 
Eve Music, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
12May49; EP36924. For voice and oiano. 
Rim of the canyon. Sge. Lange, Johnny. 

HEATHERTON, FRED, .pseud. 
I've got a lovely bunch of cocoanuts [by] 
Fred Heatherton. © The Irwir. Dash 
Music Co., ltd., London; 13Dec48, on 
changed words and music; EF11976. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols, 
melody also In tonic sol-fa notation. 

HE ATON, EVELYN, Egeud. See 
Keeler, Evelyn Heaton. 

HEBBELN, HAROLD JOHN, 1901- 
Far beneath all human striving; words by 
Chas. E. Roth, music by Harold John 
Hebbeln. © Harold John Hebbeln; 18Jun49; 
EP37864. Close score: SATB. 

HEBER, REGINALD. 
Holy, holy, holy I Lord God Almighty. 
See Dykes. John Bacchus. 

Hosanna to the living Lord. See Markworth, 
Henry. 

HEBERT, RACHEL B. 
Gulf clouds. See Rhea, Raymond. 

HEDBERG, SVEN. 
Flying Scotchman, [foxtrot], komp: Sven 
Hedberg, arr: Charles Norman [och] 
Sven Stlberg. © Ehrllng & Lofvenholm 
A.-B-, Stockholm; ljan47; EF11783. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts. 

HEDERRA, JORGE. 
Flor del alma. See Perez Freire, 
Mercedes. 

HEDGREN, VIKTOR, 1905- arr. 

On wings of song? comp. and arr. for 
mixed voices (S.A.T.B.) by Viktor 
Hedgren. © Victor Gospel Music Co., 
Chicago; no.2, 20Jan49; EP33861. 

HEFFNER, LUCILLE. See 
Heffner, Mary Lucille. 

HEFFNER, MARY LUCILLE. 
Ecusta. See Eversman, John Dillon. 
Uncle Harry. See Glass, Charles Bruce. 

HEFNER, JOE. 
Lonely heartaches and bitter tears. See 
Hall, David. 

HEGER, ROBERT. 
Lady Hamilton; Oper in drei Akten, sieben 
Bllder und ein Epilog [by] Robert Heger. 
Klavlerauszug mit Gesang von Anno 
Schmieden, (Edition no. 11157) ©Uni- 
versal-Edition, Wien; 19Sep41; EP18606. 
Piano-vocal score: 

HEGGE, ALVINA B 1887- 

Imprint Thine image. See Bourgeois, 

Louis. 
Jesus, dearest Jesus; old Norwegian folk 
tune, words and arrangement by Mrs. 
M. H. Hegge. (Choral library [no.] 1031) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 13Dec46; on arrangement; EP35557. 
Score: SSA and piano. 
Long ago, on Christmas night; [music] 
Danish, anonymous, arr. by Mrs. M. H. 
Hegge, [words by] Grundtvig, tr. by L 
Dorrum. (Choral library [no.] 1029) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 13Dec46; on arrangement; EP35556. 
Score: SSA and piano. 

O joyous Christmas eve. Jeg er saa glad. 
Old Norse folk melody, arr. by Mrs. M. 
H. Hegge, [words by] Marie Wexelson, tr. 
[by] P. A. Sveeggen. (Choral library fno.l 
1077) © Augsburg Publishing House, 
Minneapolis; 20Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP35551. Sccre: SSA and piano. 



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HEGGE, MRS . M. H. §ee 
Hegge, Alvina B. 

HEIBERG, DAVE. 
Oh, lucky day; words and music by Dave 
Heiberg. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; EP33159. 

HEIBERG, HAROLD. 
Now May has come with gladness. See 

Schbnberg, Arnold. 
A sparkling fountain flowing. See Senfl, 

Ludwig. 
To her I shaU be faithful. See 

Schbnberg, Arnold. 
Two madrigals by Michelangelo. See 

Arcadelt, Jacob. 
Within our arbor green in May. See 

Le Jeune, Claude. 

HEIDENSTAM, VERNER VON. 
Manljuset. See Haquinius, Algot. 
Vi manniskor. See Nordqvist, Gustaf. 
Det ar nagot bortom bergem. 

HEIFETZ, JASCHA. 
Dance of Ayshe. See Khachaturian, Aram 

H ich. Gayane. 

Fairy tale. See Medtner, Nicolas. 
Ritmo di tango. See Castelnuovo- 

Tedesco, Mario. 
Sweet remembrance. See Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy, Felix. Liecler ohne Worte. 
Valse bluette. See Drigo, Riccardo. 

HEIMER, ELGIN. 
It makes a difference now. See Chanslor, 
Hal. 

HEINZ, JEANNE. §ee 
Chardard, Jeanne. 

HEINZE, HELEN. 
When you weave dreams. See Hall, David. 

HEITMANN, DONATO ROMAN. 
Entregame el alma; bolero, letra y musica 
de Donato Roman Heitmann. © Peer 
International Corp., New York: 30Dec48; 
EF13240. 

HELFENBEIN, LADISLAS. 
God of our fathers. See Warren, 

George W. 
God rest you merry, gentlemen; for chorus 
of unison voices, English carol arr. by 
Ladislas Helfenbein. (Music for Christ- 
mas, no. 1747) © Galaxy Music Corp., 
New York; 15Jun49; EP37705. 

H ELIAN, GEORGES, pseud . See 
Mikaelian, Der. 

HELLER, RUTH. 
Cherubim song, no. 7. See Bortnfanskii 

Dmitri! Stepanovich. 
Choruses for gleemen. See Morgan 

Haydn M. 
Ours is the world. See Morgan, Haydn M. 

HELLMESBERGER, JOSEPH, 1855-1907. 
Ballszenen; ein Hellmesberger-Album 
fur Klavier leicht gesetzt von Alexander 
Stembrecher. (Edition Nr. 11300) 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 18Feb42; on 
simplified ed. & arrangement; EF12263 
For piano. 

HELLSTROM, NILS. 
Lyckans sekund. See Samson, Sam. 

HELMBOLD RALPH WILLIAM, 1914- 
He trod GaUlee's shore, sacred song, words 
and music by Ralph W. Helmbold. Dayton, 
Ohio, Haanna PubUshing Co. © Ralph W 
Helmbold; 20Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34347. ' 

HELMSTETTER, LUDWIG. 
All depends on our possessing. See 
Koenig, Johann B. 

HELSLEY, SHELDON G. 
He whispered, "Peace, be stiU." See 
Griggs, Mary Helen. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HELYER, MARJORIE, 1912- 
"Fireflies; and other pieces for piano by 
Marjorie Helyer. © Edwin Ashdown, ltd., 
London; 29Dec48; EF11619. 

HEMMER, JARL. 
Som ett silversmycke. See Jonsson, 
Josef. 

HEMPHILL, HELEN BELL. 
You don't love me. See Hall, David. 

HEMSLEY, JOSEPHINE. 
The little bay mare. See Howard, John 
Tasker. 

HENDERSON, CHARLES. 
He was the greatest of aU. See Ballard, 
Francis Drake. 

HENDERSON, LUCILLE, 1910- 
I'm standing on the Rock} words and music 
by Lucille Henderson. Chicago, Southern 
Echoes Music Studio. © Lucille Hender- 
son, 24May48, EP33804. 
The light is my guide; words & music by 
Lucille Henderson, arr. by K. Morris. 
© Lucille Henderson; 24May48; EP34241. 
Hymn, with music. 

HENDERSON, W J 

End of a friendly day; words and music 
by W. J. Henderson. © Cine-Mart Music 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Jul48; EP37399. 

Hillbilly waltz, words and music by W. J. 
Henderson. Hollywood, Calif., Cine-Mart 
Music Publishers. © W. J. Henderson 
(in notice: Cine-Mart Music Publishing 
Co.); 5Mar49; EP35659. 

I picked the sweetest peach upon the tree; 
by W. J. Henderson. © Cine-Mart Music 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Ijul48; 
EP37401. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

Legal document; words and music by W. J. 
Henderson. © Cine-Mart Music Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Jul48; 
EP37398. 

Oh; words by Mary Anna Goller, music 
by W. J. Henderson. © Cine-Mart Music 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; Ijul48; 
EP37402. 

Where have I got you? Words by Glenzie 
Clayce Morris, music by W. J. Henderson. 
© Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 23Jul48; EP37400. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM T. 
Sweetness. See Tomlinson, James Cleon. 

HENDRDC, W. R. 
Kinkade s log cabin folio. See HaU, Flavil. 

HENEKER, DAVID. 
The people on parade; [by] David Heneker, 
arr. by Denis Wright. © The Peter 
Maurice Music Co., ltd., New York; 
29Apr49; on arrangement; EF13358. 
Parts (band) with words. 
The people on parade; [by] David Heneker, 
arr. by Denis Wright. © The Peter 
Maurice Music Co., ltd., New York; 
29Apr49; on arrangement; EF13359. 
Parts (brass band) with words. 
The people on parade; words and music 
by David Heneker. © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York; 22Apr49; 
EF13278. 

HENKENBERNS, ROBERT. 
As I walk thru the night. See Powers, Ted. 

HENLEY, PETER J 
The morning sun; song, words by Howard 
Alexander, music by Peter J. Henley. 
© J. B. Cramer & Co., ltd., London: 
17Feb49; EF12809. 

HENLEY, WILLIAM ERNEST. 
Invictus. See Huhn, Bruno. 



HENNEBERG, ALBERT. 

(Bolla och Badin) Forspel och sopran aria 
ur akt III; [from] Bolla och Badin, [by] 
Albert Henneberg. Partltur. © Albert 
Henneberg; 31Mar49; ED163067. Score: 
soprano and orchestra. 

(Bolla och Badin) Uvertyr; till Bolla och 
Badin fbyl Albert Henneberg. © Albert 
Henneberg; 31Mar49; EU163066. Score: 
orchestra. 

Fyra smastycken; [byl Alb. Henneberg. 
© Svala & SSderlund, Stockholm; ljan32; 
EF11907. Parts: orchestra or piano. 

HENNEMAN, HARRY O. 
National spirit march. See Hummel, S. E. 

HENNEVE, LOUIS. 
Pourquoi n'as-tu rien dit. See Chardon, 
Julien. 

HENNING, ERVIN ARTHUR, 1910- 
Fugue, [by] Ervin Kenning. Brookline, 
Mass., Music for woodwinds. © Ervin 
Arthur Henning; 1Nov48; EP32605. Score 
(flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon and horn) 
and parts. 

HENNINGER, GEORGE. 
St. Patrick's bells are ringing; by Bobby 
White, Joseph White [and] George 
Henntnger. © Plantadosl Music Pub- 
lications, Enclno, Calif.; 21Mar49; 
EP35045. For voice and piano. 

HENON, GERMAINE. 
Mon faubourg qui chante. See_ Parys, 

Georges van. 
Les yeux de Marie Jo. See Lucchesi, Jose*. 

HENRICHSEN, B0RGE ROGER, 1915- 
Ev'rybody loves my music. AUe gaar og 
nynner. [By] Bjorge Roger Henrichsen i 
swing -arrangement af Kai M$ler. 
(Orkester bibliotek, nr. 83) © Engstrjom 
& S^dring musikforlag, a/s, K(ft>enhavn; 
2Aug43; EF13269. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with Danish words) and parts. 

HENRY, CH.. pseud. See 
Carlsson, Henry. 

HENRY, FRANCIS. 
Little girl, by Madeline Hyde [and] Francis 
Henry, [arrangement by Lou Singer] 
Simplified piano solo, with large notes 
and words. © Leeds Music Corp., New 
York; 23Dec48; on arrangement; EP33323. 

HENRY, LEONARD. 
The starlings at St. Martin-in-the-fields. 
See Hilliam, Bentley Collingwood. 

HENRY E. HUNTINGTON LIBRARY AND ART 
GALLERY, SAN MARINO, CALIF. 
Catalogue of music in the Huntington Li- 
brary printed before 1801, by Edythe N. 
Backus. 773 p. (Huntington Library 
lists, no. 6) © Henry E. Huntington 
Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, 
21Mar49; A31333. 

HENSHAW, FRED WORCESTER, 1898- 
A toast to Michigan State- words and music 
by Fred W. Henshaw. © Fred W. Henshaw, 
23Feb49; EP34558. 

HENSLEY, DON C. 
I've heard it said. See Hall, David. 

HENSON, JOHNMELVIN, 1887- 
Golden bells; a collection of gospel songs, 
by J. M. Henson, Bryon L. Whitworth 
[and others, words by Alfred Barratt, 
and others] Atlanta, J. M. Henson Music 
Co. © John Melvin Henson; 25Jun48- 
EP34645. Principally close score (SATB) 
in shape -note notation. 

Sweetest melodies; gospel songs, by J. M. 
Henson, Byron L. Whitworth [and others, 
words by Alfred Barratt and others] 
Atlanta, J. M. Henson Music Co. © John 
Melvin Henson; 15Jan48; EP34646. 
Principally close score (SATB) in shape- 
note notation. 



HENZLER, JACK. 
Baby, show me. See Richard, Leo. 

HERAN, MARC. # 
Mes jeunes annees. See Trenet, Charles. 

HERBERT FREDERICK. 
Children s album. See Lehar, Ferenc. 



HERBERT, VICTOR, 1859-1924. 
(Babes in Toyland) March of the toys; 

tfrom Babes in Toyland], by Victor 
ierbert, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann. 
© M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 6Jun49; 
on arrangement; EP37583. Score 
(xylophone or marimba and piano) and 
part. 
(Babes in Toyland) Toyland; [from Babes 
in Toyland], duet, soprano and alto or 
baritone. Lyric by Glen Mac Donough, 
music by Victor Herbert [arr. by William 
Stickles] © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 23May49; on arrangement; EP37310. 

(Babes in Toyland) Toyland; from Babes 
in Toyland. Three-part mixed voices, 
S.A.B., words by Glen Mac Donough, 
music by Victor Herbert, arr. by Claire 
Stafford [pseud.] ([Pub. order no.] 
4-W3365) © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 23May49; on arrangement; EP37311. 

A kiss in the dark, [from] the picture A 
kiss in the dark; words by B. G. De Sylva, 
music by Victor Herbert, Tarr. by Helmy 
Kresa] © M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 
7Jan49; on arrangement; EP33614. 

A kiss in the dark. See also his Orange 
blossoms. 

March of the toys. See his Babes in Toy- 
land. 

(Naughty Marietta) TrampI Trampl 
Tramp I From Naughty Marietta; three 
part women's voices, S.S.A., music by 
Victor Herbert, arr. by Claire Stafford 
[pseud.] Words by Rida Johnson Young, 
special text by Edwin W. Reimers. (Choral 
arrangements, 2-W3351) © M. Witmark 
& Sons, New York; 26Jan49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34105. 

(Orange blossoms) A kiss in the dark; 

ifrom Orange blossoms] Music by Victor 
Ierbert, arr. for organ by Charles R. 
Cronham. © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 17May49; on arrangement; EP36992. 

(The red mill) The streets of New York. In 
old New York; from The red mill, four 
part mixed voices, S.A.T.B., lyric by 
Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert, 
arr. by Claire Stafford [pseud. 1 (Victor 
Herbert choral arrangements, 5-W3364) 
© M. Witmark & Sons, New York; 19Apr49j 
on arrangement; EP36196. 

Toyland. gee Ms. Babes in Toyland. 

Tramp! Tramp! Trampl [by] Victor 
Herbert, arr. by Jerry Sears. © M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York; 6Mav49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36717. Score (trumpet or 
cornet and piano) and part. 

HERFORD, JULIUS. 
Melodies in two; first lessons in one and 
two-part playing for individual and group 
piano lessons and theory classes, by 
Julius Herford. © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York; 9Jun49; EP37866. 



HERFURTH, C 



PAUL. 



Country dance; [by] George EUwood 
[pseud.] Arr. by C. Paul Herfurth. (In his 
Our easy orchestra folio, p. 20-22) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
EP36773. Piano-conductor score. 

Honor students; march, [byl Bob Raymond 
[pseud.] Arr. by C. Paul Herfurth. (In 
his Our easy orchestra folio, p. 9-11) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
EP36771. Piano- conductor score. 

Intermezzo; [by] Stanley James [pseud.] 
Arr. by C. Paul Herfurth. (In his Our 
easy orchestra folio, p. 34-36) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
EP36775. Piano-conductor score. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 






HERFURTH, C PAUL. Cont'd. 

Let freedom ring; overture, [by] C. Paul 
Herfurth. (In his Our easy orchestra 
folio, p. 15-19) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 14Apr49; EP36772. Piano-con- 
ductor score. 

On to victory; march, [by] C. Paul Herfurth. 
(In his Our easy orchestra folio, p. 3-5) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
EP36770. Piano-conductor score. 

Our easy orchestra folio; compositions and 
arrangements by C. Paul Herfurth. 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
on arrangements; EP36224. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

Our easy orchestra folio; compositions 
and arrangements by C. Paul Herfurth. 
New York, C. Fischer [1949] Partial 
contents separately registered: EP36770- 
36775. Piano- conductor score. 

Valse moderne; [by] C. Paul Herfurth. 
(In. his Our easy orchestra folio, p. 23-25) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 14Apr49; 
EP36774. Piano -conduct or score. 

HERGESHEIMER, ALICE, pseud . See 
Jones, Alice M. 

HERING, SIGMUND. 
Concertino; solo for trumpet or cornet 
in B flat, with piano ace, by Sigmund 
Hering. ([Pub. order no.] W2215) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 6Jun49; EP37642. 
Score and part. 
"Fifteen characteristic etudes; for trumpet 
or cornet by Sigmund Hering. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 31Dec48; 
EP33635. 

HERION, GERMAINE. §ee 
Henon, Germaine. 

HERMAN, HELEN, pseud . 
'Bow and strings; piano accompaniment, by 
Helen Herman. (Belwin educational 
library EL341, 343, 345) © Belwin, inc.. 
New York; bk. 1-2, 3Jan49; bk. 3, 28Mar49; 
EP32598, 32600, 35412. 
'Bow and strings; violin, for class and 
individual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library, EL340, 342, 
344) © Belwin, inc., New York; bk. 1-2, 
3Jan49; bk. 3, 28Mar49; EP32597, 32599, 
35411. 

HERMAN, PINKY. 
Mademoiselle Hortensia. See Guglielmi, 
Louis. 

HERMANN-MORGENSTERN, RELLY. 
Alte Salomonische Gesange. See Melichar, 
Alois. 

HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL. 
Enganame, bolero, letra y musica de Rafael 
Hernandez. Mexico, Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica International. © Peer Internation- 
al Corp.,. 22Dec48; EP34700. 

HERNRIED, ROBERT, 1883- 

The heather rose, German folksong, arr. 
by Robert Hernried, [English version by 
Theodora Laul (Part songs for mixed 
voices, no. 21644) © Theodore Presser 
Co., Philadelphia; 3Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34173. Score: chorus (SATB) 
and piano reduction. 

Missa in t>; composed by Robert Hernried, 
for four mixed voices and organ. ([Pub. 
order] no. 1634) © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co., Boston, 17Dec48; EP34799. 

HERRAND, MARC, arr. 
Perrine etait servante; arrgt. [by] Marc 
H errand. © Societe d'editlons musicales 
Internationales (S.E.M.I.), Paris; 2Feb47; 
EF13008. For voice and piano. 

HERRELL, N. B. 
Nobody can, like Jesus. See Halderman, 
Ethel. 



HERRICK, ELMER D 1910- 

I've got a girl, her name is Cindy Lou; 
words and music by Elmer D. Herrick. 
Chicago, El Rey Music Publications, 
sole distributor. © Elmer D. Herrick; 
15Apr49; EP36044. 

HERRIMAN, GEORGE. 
Krazy Kat. See Carpenter, John Alden. 

HERRMANN, MARTHA. 
My love so fair; words and music by Martha 
Herrmann. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 17Dec48, EP33035. 

HERSCHER, LOUIS. 1894- 
Carmencita doesn.t know how to rhumba; 
by Harry Atwood, Ruth Herscher [and] 
Louts Herscher. © Bell Song Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 23Nov48; EP32509. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
In the park. See White, Daniel J. 

Music box waltz- by Harry Atwood, Louis 
Herscher [and] Joseph Krengel. © Bell 
Song Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
23Nov48; EP32510. For voles and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

Promise. See Lewin, Peter. 

When He gave me you; lyric by David 
Morrison, music by Louis Herscher. 
© Bell Song Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 30Jun49; on changed & added music; 
EP37956. 

HERSCHER, RUTH^LILLIAN. 
Carmencita doesn't know how to rhumba. 

See Herscher, Louis. 
In the park. See White, Daniel J. 

[HERSCHKOVITCH, MARC] 1920- 
Si les etoiles; paroles de Eddy Marnay 
[pseud.], musique de Marc Heyral 
[pseud.] © Ste. ame. fse. Chappell, 
Paris; 22Dec48; EF11723. 

HERSH, ART B. 
It's about time. See Fousse, Harry. 

HERTZ, HENRK. 
Mj(5det. See Viggo, Princess . 

HERYFORD, WAYNE, 1886- 
The demi John song; words & music by 
Wayne Heryford. © Goddard Publishing 
Co., Chicago; 15Apr49, EP35945. 



HERZ, GEORGE. 
I'm hap-hap-happy in love. 
Denes. 



See Agay, 



HERZFELDT, EDWARD C 1910- 

I can't live without you; by Edward C. 
Herzfeldt. [Piano arrangement by Ells- 
worth EwingJ © Unger Music Publisher, 
Milwaukee; IApr49, EP35657. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

HESINGTON, MARY. 
Here I am. See Hall, David. 

HESS, JOHN, 1915- 
Etre une femme; paroles de Louis^Poterat, 

musique de Johnny Hess. © Societe 

anonyme francaise, Chappell, Paris; 

8Mar49; EF12829. 
Papa-maman; paroles de Jacques Larue 

[pseud.], musique de Johnny Hess. © Ste. 

ame. fse. Chappell, Paris; 18Feb49; 

EF 12574. 
Repos- paroles de Gerard Sire, musique de 

John Hess. © Societe anonyme francaise 

Chappell, Paris; 7Feb49; EF12529. 

Vertige; paroles de Louis Poterat, musique 
de Johnny Hess. © Societe anonyme 
francaise Chappell-Parls, Paris; 
21Mar49, EF12981. 

HESSE, MARJORIE A 
Jollity; for piano by Marjorie A. Hesse. 
© Allan & Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne, 
Australia; 30Nov48; EF12738. 



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HESSENBERG, KURT, 1908- 
'Wunderhorn-Lieder; fur Sopran und Klavier, 
[by] Kurt Hessenberg. Op. 15. [Words by 
Ludwig Joachim Arnim] © Universal-Edi- 
tion, Wien; 1. 2. Hefte, 31Dec42; EF12264- 
12265. 

HEWITT, ADELINE. 
Give me valleys and mountains out West. 
See Meany, Ray. 

HEWITT, BOB. 
Give me valleys and mountains out West. 
See Meany, Ray. 

HEWITT, THOMAS JAMES. 
The house by the side of the road. See 
Rizzi, Alba. 

HEYMAN, EDV/ARD. 
Out of nowhere. See Green, Johnny. 

HEYRAL, MARC, pseud. See 
Herschkovitch, Marc. 

HIBBELER RAYMOND OSCAR, 1899- 
Good night, teacher, I'll see you in the 

morning; words by Grace May Stratton, 

music by Ray Hibbeler. © Nordyke 

Publishing Co^ Hollywood, Calif.; 

23Feb49; EP37794. 
It wasn't just another day; words by Duane 

Koppert, music by Ray Hibbeler. 

© Duane Marvin Koppert, 10Jun49, 

EP37881. 
Let's sing and dance and blarney a bit, 

words by D. E. "Dell" Manning, music 

by Ray Hibbeler. © Delbert Eugene 

Manning; 2Feb49; EP34139. 
Lovers' tryst; waltz, words by Vera Lee 

Frost, music by Ray Hibbeler. © Vera 

Lee Frost; lMar49; EP36031. 
No wonder Texas brags; words by Mary 

Conley, music by Ray Hibbeler. © Mary 

Conley; 4May49; EP36632. 
Our blue-eyed baby boy; words and music 

by Carolyn G. Palmer & Ray Hibbeler. 

© Carolyn Gossler Palmer; 27May49; on 

changed words & music; EP37260. 

HICKMAN, CLEOE. 
I'm haunted by a memory. See Hall, David. 

HICKMAN, ROGER M 
Eye hath not seen, [by] Roger M. Hickman, 
[words]: I Corinthians 2:9, 10. (Octavo 
edition, no. 1453) © Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago; 14Jan49; EP34025. Score: 
chorus (SATB) and organ. 

HICKS, ALBERTA KEMARD. 
Who hung out the moon tonight? See 
Van Sickle, Robert. 

HICKS, FRED, 1897- 
A friend indeed, composed by Fred Hicks, 
[words by Mary Bane] © Fred Hicks; 
2Aug48; EP32514. Close score: SATB. 

HICKS, GEORGE D. 
You, only you. See Hall, David. 

HICKS, MARGARET B 
Three short prayers [by Margaret B. 
Hicks, Elmer G. Uggen and Maurice F. 
Carr, words by Emily Dickinson, E. G. 
Uggen and M. F. Carr] © Paul A. Schmitt 
Music Co., Minneapolis; 17Jan49; EP33785. 

HIEBLE, JACOB, 1902- 
Deutsche Weihnacht; [arr. and comp. by 
Jacob Hieble] © The Thrift Press, 
Ithaca, N.Y.; 29Nov48; EP34230. 
Principally close score: SATB. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. © The Thrift 
Press, Ithaca, N. Y.; 1.-2. Folge, 
29Nov48; EP34231-34232. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HIGGINBOTTOM, BURNEY. 
Coming back; words and music by Burney 
Higginbottom. © Burney Higginbottom; 
4Apr49; EP36273. 
Lonely for you; words and music by Burney 
Higginbottom. © Burney Higginbottom; 
4Apr49; EP35725. 
Red River Valley moon; words and music 
by Burney Higginbottom. © Burney 
Higginbottom; 4Apr49; EP35726. 

HIGGINSON, J. VINCENT, 1896- 
Lenten motets and hymns, Suitable for use 
at the devotion of the Three Hours Agony, 
comp. and arr. by Cyr De Brant [pseud. J 
For unison, S.A. or S.A.B. voices. 
© McLaughlin & Reilly Co., Boston, 
23Dec48; on compilation, arrangement & 
compositions; EP36743. Words partly in 
English and partly in Latin. 
Mass in honor of St. Joan of Arc. See 
Gruber, Josef. 

HIGHSMITH, JIMMY, 1918- 
BoBo; written by Jimmy Highsmith. 

© Kearney Music Co., New York; 16May49; 

EP37198. For voice and piano, with chord 

symbols. 
Stop! And think it over again; words and 

music by Jimmy Highsmith. © Kearney 

Music Co., New York; 16May49; EP37197. 

[HIJNER, J A ] 

Wooden shoe polka, words and music by 
J. A. Hyner [pseud.] © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; 
EP32837. 

HILE, RUTH, 1902- 
We're in the army; words by D. M. Holland, 
music [by] Ruth Hile. © Superior Melodies 
Publishing Co., Chicago; lMay49; EP37473. 

HILL, ALFRED. 

The fairy bridge; song, music by Alfred 
Hill, words by Rosa Knight. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., Sydney; 4Mar49; EF13341. 

The fountain, by Alfred Hill. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., Sydney, 22Nov48, EF11993. 
For piano. 

Little prelude, by Alfred Hill. © Chappell 
& Co., ltd., Sydney; 22Nov48; EF11992. 
For piano. 

Spring and youth, by Alfred Hill. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., Sydney, 22Nov48, 
EF11994. For piano. 

HILL, BILLY. 
Wagon wheels. See De Rose, Peter. 

HILL, CARL L. 
Senor Joe from Mexico. See Carleton, 
Robert Louis. 

HILL, COLLEEN. 
My blue mood. See Hall, David. 

HILL, EDDIE. 
Alabama. See Louvin, Charles. 
Wnispering now. See Louvin, Charles. 

HILL, ESTHER CLARK. 
The voice of the prairie. See Doster, Irma. 

HILL, ETHEL. 
In the moonlight; words and music by 
Ethel Hill. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 7Dec48; EP32838. 

HILL, GLORIA JUNE, 1926- 
Wonderful Savior, special for a women's 
trio, [by] Gloria June Hill. © Mr. & Mrs. 
Sherwin Hill; ljan49; EP32662. 

HILL, MELVIN JOYNER 1880- 
Songs of the singing spu-it, an anthology of 
original verse interspersed with gospel 
hymns, by Melvin J. Hill. Buffalo, 
Harmony Co. © Melvin Joyner Hill, 
9May49; AA116600. 

HILL, ROSWELL KING. 
The boy who didn't come back. See Hall, 
David. 



Dark Town angels. See Hall, David. 

HILLE BRAND, FRED. 

I worry 'bout you. See Link, Harry. Without 
rhyme or reason. 

Tig-um-tu. Do you understand? From the 
Gaelic Tuigeann tu, music by Fred Hille- 
brand, words by Tom Kennedy. © Record 
Songs, inc., New York; 23Jun49, EP37936. 
English words. 

HILLESTAD, GILBERT. 
I'm going back home, back in good old 
U.S.A.; words by Janet Hillestad, music 
by Gilbert Hillestad. © Cine-Mart Music 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Dec47; EP36309. 

HILLESTAD, JANET. 
I'm going back home, back in good old 
U.S.A. See Hillestad, Gilbert. 

HILLIAM, BENTLEYCOLLINGWOOD, 1890- 
Ladies of Leamington, words and music 
by B. C. Hilliam, arr. as a 2 part song, 
S. A., by Harold Noble. (Ascherberg s 
series of part-songs, no. 232) © Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London, 
HMar49; on arrangement; EF12678. 

The starlings at St. Martin-in-the-Fields; 
words by Leonard Henry, music by B. C. 
Hilliam, arr. by Harold Noble. (Series of 
part songs, no. 233) © Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood &Crew, ltd., London; 14Apr49; on 
arrangement; EF13078. Score: SA and 
piano; includes tonic sol-fa notation. 

The starlings at St. Martin-in-the fields, 
words by Leonard Henry, music by B. C. 
Hilliam. © Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London; 22Dec48; EF11722. 

HILLIARD, BOB. 
Bouquet of roses; fox trot, [by Steve Nelson 
and Bob Hilliard, arr. by Joseph P. ^ 

Elsnic] Chicago, VitakElsnlc. ([Pub. 
order] no. 743) © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc.; 20May49; on arrangement; EP37425. 
For concertina. 
Bouquet of roses; fox-trot, [by Steve 
Nelson and Bob Hilliard, arr. by Joseph P. 
Elsnic] Chicago, Vitak Elsnic. ([Pub. 
order] no. 3626) © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc.; 20May49, on arrangement, EP37426. 
For piano accordion. 
Bouquet of roses; words and music by 
Steve Nelson and Bob Hilliard> arr. for / 
Hawaiian, electric & plectrum guitar [by S 
the Oahu staff] © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 18Jan49; on ar- 
rangement; EP33990. 
Careless hands. See Sigman, Carl. u 
Kee-mo, ky-mo. See Alfred, Roy. <^ 
Out of love. See Fain, Sammy. -' 
Red leaves and blue skies. See Sigman, - 

Carl. 
Sarong. See Sigman, Carl. ^ 
A senorita's bouquet. See Sigman, Carl, *- 

These will be the best years of our Hves.>- 
See Mann, Dave. ' 

HILLIARD, MAE. 
I m still in love with you, words and music 
by Mae Hilliard. © Mae Hilliard; 14Dec47- 
EP32617. 

HILLYER, H STANLEY, 1887- 

The lily and the rose; for voice and piano 
by H. Stanley Hillyer, [words by Robert 
Hillyerl © G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 
10Feb49; EP35930. 

HILLYER, ROBERT. 
The lily and the rose. See Hillyer, 
H. Stanley. 

HILT, BEATRICE. 
Dear one. See McNeil, James Charles. 

HILTBRUNNER, HERMANN. 
Das Jahr. See Burkhard, Willy. 



HINCHEY, EDWARD aEGINALD. 
The blue Danube. See Strauss, Johann. 

HIND, JOHN. 
There is a lady sweet and kind; part-song 
for S.A.T.B. unacc. Words by Thomas 
Ford, music by John Hind. (Musical 
Times. 1275) © Novello & Co., ltd., Lon- 
don; 16May49; EF13293. 

HINDEMITH, PAUL, 1895- 
A Das Marienleben; Gedichte von Rainer 
Maria Rilke, fur Sopran und Klavier, von 
Paul Hindemith. Neue Fassung, 1948, der 
Original-Ausgabe, op. 27, 1922-1923. 
Mainz, B. Schott's Sohne. (Edition Schott, 
2026) © Schott & Co., ltd., London, 
12Nov48; on revision; EF12567. 

HINDUS, MILTON. 
Aubade. See Lubin, Ernest. 

HINES, CHARLES L. 
I want to get married. See Jay, Harry. 

HINES, EARL. 
Keyboard kapers. See Melrose, Walter. 

Lazy mornin'; music by Earl (Fatha) Hines, 
lyrics by Walter Melrose. © Walter 
Melrose Music Co., Chicago; 9Apr49; 
EP35679. 

HINSHAW, DOROTHY, 
Night is at hand; words by Les Htnshaw, 
music by Dorothy Hinshaw. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP33141 



HINSHAW, LES. 
Night is at hand. 



See Hinshaw, Dorothy. 



HINTON, JACK. 
I don't love you any more. See Hall, David. 

HIPP JAMES G 1914- 

Little Office hymn; setting for Hymn of the 
Little Office of the Immaculate Conception, 
music by 'fames G. Hipp and Mary J. Evans 
[pseud. J © The Marian Center, Emmits- 
burg, Md.; 22Apr49; EP36239. Hymn, 
with music. 

Marian pledge. See Perrot, Mary Jane. 

HISSARLIAN-LAGOUTTE, PIERRETTE. 
Style et technique des grands maftres du 
piano. 2. ed. augm. Geneve, Henn. 
267 p. © Editions Henn: Lina-Bertha 
Henn; 30ct48, on revisions & additions, 
AF9352. 

HJUKSTROM, CASPER. 
Cawring, kompositor. See Iwring, Emil. 
Issie's high pan. See Eriksson, Hasse. 

HLADISCH, EDUARD RUDOLF. 
Canzonetta. See Hansson, Stig. 
La petite viennoise. See Hansson, Stig. 
Reverie de printemps. See Hansson, Stig. 

HOAG, NINA PRIDE. 
Is love like this? Words and music by 
Nina Pride Hoag. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 7Dec48, EP32840. 

HOBSON, LOELLA. 
When you pray through. See Grummons, 
Ruth Norine. 

H ODDER, EDWIN. 
Thy word is like a garden. See Rhea, 
Raymond. 

HODGES, CHARLES N. 
A million teardrops in my heart. See 
Miller, Nelson S. 

HODGHNSON, PETER. 
Tiger shark; Hawaiian guitar solo with 
piano ace, composed by Peter Hodgkinson. 
London, Mac melodies. © The Peter 
Maurice Music Co., ltd.; 23Dec48; 
EF12084. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HODKTNSON, JACK. 
My Irish colleen. See James, Billy. 

HOEFLE, CARL. 
Ya wanna buy a bunny. See Porter, Del. 

HOFFMAN, AL. 
I'm not too sure of my l'amour. See 

Carr, Leon. 
The man with the weird beard. See 
Livingston, Jerry. 

HOFFMAN, CARRIE LOUISE, 1889- 
Fond recollections by Carrie Hoffman 

E words by] Ross Robin [pseud.] © Carrie 
loffman Music Publishers, Detroit; 
26Nov48; EP33802. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
I'm goin' to settle down; music by Carrie 
Hoffman, words by Ross Robin [pseud.] 
© Carrie Hoffman Music Publishers, 
New York; 27Jan49; EP34272. 

Swingaroo, polka by Carrie Hoffman [words 
by] Ross Robin [pseud.] © Carrie Hoff- 
man Music Publishers, Detroit; 26Nov48; 
EP33801. For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols. 



HOFFMAN, ETTA G. 
Spiritual life hymnal. 



See Halt, Eulice V. 



HOFFMAN, IRWIN. 
See Everybody's Favorite Second Book of 
"Songs. 

HOFMANN, RICHARD. 
Polonaise; [by] Richard Hofmann, trans, 
by George Wain, (Neil woodwind solo & 
ensemble music, S-317) © Neil A. Kjos 
Music Co., Chicago; 6May49; on tran- 
scription &. editing: EP37380. Score 
(clarinet and piano) and part. 

HOFSTAD, MILDRED, 1905- 
Spooky little screech owl; piano solo with 
words, by Mildred Hofstad. © The Bos- 
ton Music Co., Boston; 16May49; EP37026. 

HOGGARD, LARA. 
Lacrymosa. See Mozart, Johann 
Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. Requiem. 

The twelve days of Christmas. See 
Siday, Eric. 

HOHMANN, WALTER HUGO, 1892- 
Bless thou the Lord, anthem for mixed 
voices, a cappella, S.S.A.A.T.T.B.B. 
[By] Walter H. Hohmann, [words from] 
Psalm 103, adapted. (Choral octavos, 
no. 1666) © Hall & McCreary Co., 
Chicago; 20Dec48; EP33212. 

HOKANSON, MARGRETHE. 

Come, close the curtains of your eyes; 
[by] Margrethe Hokanson, text by Pauline 
Avery Crawford. (Octavo edition no. 2107) 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
8Mar49; EP36095. Score: chorus (SATB) 
and piano. 

Gethsemane; S.A.T.B. [by] Margrethe 
Hokanson, text by Lenora Clawson- 
Stryker. (Edition [no.] 8453) © J. Fis- 
cher & Bro., New York; 2May49; EP37224. 

HOLCOMBE, LUTHER G. 
It's me again. See Hall, David. 

HOLDEN. 
All hail the power of Jesus name. See 
Shure, Ralph Deane. 

HOLDEN, ALBERT JAMES, 1841-1916. 
O salutaris hostia. Soul of my Savior. 

tBy] Albert J. Holden, arr. by James A. 
Leilly, text anonymous. (Famous Latin 
solos, no. 429M) © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co., Boston; 19May49; on arrangement; 
EP37206. 

HOLDEN, SIDNEY. 
Out of a blue sky. See Conrad, Con. 



HOLLAND, DOROTHY M. 
We're in the army. See Hile, Ruth. 

HOLLANDER, FRIEDA. 
Musicianship manual for young people; by 
Frieda Hollander. © Progressive Music 
Education Publications, New York; bk. 1, 
4Mar49; AA109827. 

HOLUNGSWORTH, THEKLA. 
The old sea hound. See Frederickson, 
Carl. 

[HOLMBERG-AASTRUP, PER] 
It's you. Mitt mal var du; tango. Svensk 
text [by] S. S. Wilson [pseud.], musik och 
engelsk text [by] Arne Nielsoji [p_seud.] 
(In Sverige dansar och ler. Argang 12, 
p. 12-13) © Edition Sylvain, a. b., Stock- 
holm; ljan47, EF11887. 

HOLMES, E C 

Nightfall; by E. C. Holmes. © Chappell 
&Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; EF13117. 
Melody with instrumental cues. 

Novelette; by G. E. Holmes. © Mills 
Music, inc.. New York; 25May49; 
EP37173. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

HOLMES, HORACE. 
Yankee sailor boy, calypso, words and music 
by Dennis Busby and Horace Holmes. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
I0Nov48; EP34687. 

HOLMES, JAMES, arr . 
The song of the four freedoms; United 
Nations internationale, arr. by James 
Holmes. © James Holmes; 2May49; on 
words & arrangement; EP37188. Close 
score: SATB. 

HOLMES, JOHN HAYNES. 
A song of praise. See Larson, Earl Roland. 

HOLMES, THOMAS W 1914- 

Memphis shuffle) words and music by 
Thomas W. Holmes, Jr. © Shelby Music 
Publishing Co., Detroit; 23Dec48; 
EP33504. 

HOLMQUIST, NILS-GUSTAF. 
Dansen den gar pa blommande ang; musik: 
Nils-Gustaf Holmquist, text: Karin Juel. 
© Ab Nordlska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljaa47; EF11896. 
Och inte skall du sorja; musik: Nils-Gustaf 
Holmquist, text: Karin Juel. (With his 
Dansen den gar pa blommande ang) 
© Ab N°rdiska muslkforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljan47; EF11897. 

HOLT, DAVID. 
On the Champs filysee, words by Robert 
Wells, music by David Holt. © Campbell 
Music, inc., New York; EP35203. 

HOLTROP, DORIS CORINNE CHASE. 
Giving thanks unto Thee, O Most Hight 
See Chase, Marjorie Irene. 
HOLZFURTNER, FRANZ. 
Der Theodor im Fussballtor. See 
Bochmann, Werner. 
HOLZMANN, WALTER, 1912- 
San Remo, Tango-Serenade; Worte [byl 
Fritz Gabler und Walter Holzmann 
Musik [by] Walter Holzmann. © A-Tempo- 
Verlag (Karl Wewerka), Wien; 10May48; 
EF11717. 
HOLZMER, ROBERT JOHN, 1870- 
The century song, anthem, words by 
J. Donnelly, music by R. Holzmer. 
© Marianist Promotion Service, Dayton, 
Ohio; 25Mar49; EP35196. Close score- 
SAT B. 

HOMELAND HARMONY. 
Homeland harmony, our 1948 special song 
book for singing conventions, Sunday 
schools, radio programs and young 
peoples meetings. Atlanta, Homeland 
Harmony Quartet [1948] Partial contents 
separately registered: EP35298. 35299 
36094. ' 



HONEGGER, ARTHUR, 1892- 
toncerto da camera; [by] Arthur Honegger. 

© Editions Salabert, Paris; 29Mar49; 

EF13173. Miniature score: flute, English 

horn and string orchestra. 
'Concerto da camera; pour flute, cor 

anglais et orchestre a cordes [by] Arthur 

Honegger. © Editions Salabert, Paris; 

28Mar49; on reduction; EF13456. Score 

(flute, English horn and piano) and parts. 

HOOD, MARGUERITE VIVIAN. 
Learning music through rhythm, by 
Marguerite V. Hood and E. J. Schultz. 
180 p. illus. © Ginn and Co., Boston; 
8Feb49; A31650. 

HOOGHE, CLEMENT D', 1899- 
tSonatina, piano, no. 2) Sonatine no 2, [by] 
C. d'Hooghe. (Edition no. 1003) © Edi- 
tion Cranz, Bruxelles (in notice: A. 
Cranz); 15Sep48; EF12154. 

HOOK, JAMES. 
(Sonatas, flute & piano, op. 99) Sonata in 
G; [by] James Hook. Arr. and ed. by 
Walter Bergmann. (Edition [no.] 10108) 
© Schott & Co., ltd., London; 16Dec48; 
on arrangement; EF11875. Score (record- 
er, treble pipe or violin) and part. 

HOOKER, CALVIN H. 
Hambletonian. See Weyant, Lulu Quinn. 

HOPKINS, HARRY PATTERSON. 
Distant church bells; [by] H. P. Hopkins. 

© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 

8Mar49; EP36096. For piano. 
Joyous morning song; [byf H. P. Hopkins. 

© Edward Schuberth & Co., inc., New 

York; 20Apr49; EP36024. For organ; 

includes registration for Hammond organ. 

HOPKINS, JOSEPH M 
Just one little kiss; words and music by 
Joseph M. Hopkins. © Nordyke Publish- 
ing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 27Jul48; 
EP33I39. 
Let all mortal flesh keep silence; anthem 
for mixed voices, a cappella, by Joseph 
M. Hopkins, [words from] Liturgy of St. 
James. (Anthems for mixed voices, 
no. 312-40001) © Theodore Presser Co., 
Philadelphia; 20May49; EP37090. 

HOPKINS, LEN, 1910- 
Sault Ste. Marie, by Len Hopkins. © BMI 

Canada, ltd., Toronto, 3Jan49, EF11938. 

For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
Sault Ste. Marie; by Len Hopkins. 

© Mellln Music, inc.. New York, 

26Apr49; EP36293. For voice and piano, 

with chord symbols. 
Shadows fall. See Katzman, Henry. 

HOPKINS, PERRY. 
Moon dreams, words and music by Perry 
Hopkins. © Nordyke Publishing Co.. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP32959. 

HOPKIRK, F STUART. 

There is no rose; words anon., music by 
F. Stuart Hopkirk. (Choral miscellany, 
no. 240) © Boosey & Co., ltd., London; 
17May49; EF13334. Score: SATB, with 
piano reduction. 

HOPPER, HAL. 
Out on the plains; lyrics by Jack Elliott, 
music by Hal Hopper. © Chas. K. Harris 
Music Pub. Co., inc., New York; 23May49; 
EP37609. 

HOPPER, WELDON D 
When it s trail time for me; words and 
music by Weldon D. Hopper. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co , Hollywood, Calif.; 70ct48; 
EP33140 

HOPSON, ELIZABETH. 
Come, let's play, by Elizabeth Hopson. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
25Feb49; EP34636. For piano. 
Leap frog, by Elizabeth Hopson. © Clayton 
F. Summy Co., Chicago; 25Feb49; 
EP34637. For piano. 



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HORN, ERNEST STANLEY, 1891- 
Horn'.s school master record. Notes in 
roller canary song identified according 
to form, pitch and register [by Ernest 
Stanley Hornl © Ernest Stanley Horn; 
lMay48;EP36107. 

HORNER, CHUCK. 
Riondo! Where did he go? See Barragan, 
Raul. 

HORNER, KARL, 1917- 
(Treffpunkt Salzburg) In Capa Maro, 
Carioca aus der Revue-Operette 
Treftpunkt Salzburg; Text [by] Albin 
A. Ronnert, Musik [by] Karl Horner. 
© A-Tempo-Verlag (Karl Wewerka), 
Wien; 5Aug48 (in notice: 1946), 
EF11719. 
(Treffpunkt Salzburg) Viel tausend 
Liebesmelodien, Walzerlied aus der 
Revue-Operette Treffpunkt Salzburg; 
Text [by] Albin A. Ronnert, music [by] 
Karl Horner. © A-Tempo-Verlag 
(Karl Wewerka), Wien; 27Jun46; EF11721. 

HORNEZ, ANDRE. 
Et les couples tourniaent. See Clerc, 
Charles Louis. 

HORST, A G 

There is a way; [by] A. G. Horst. (In 
Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos 
and duets no. 2. no. 34) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37490. 
Hymn, with music. 
When we crown Him King of Kings; [by] 
A. G. Horst (In Lillenas, Haldor, comp. 
The Lillenas choir, book 2 p. 40-41) 
© Nizarene Publishing House, HMar49; 
EP37507 Score: chorus (SATB) 

HORTON LEWIS HENRY. 
Carol of the Polish Grenadiers. See 

Niles, John Jacob. 
I wonder as I wander. See Niles, John 
Jacob. 

HORTON, VAUGHN, 1911- 
Bar room polka; words and music by 
Vaughn Horton, piano arrangement by 
Dick Kent. © Southern Music Publishing 
Co., inc., New York; 12Apr49; EP36395. 

I'm gonna tear down the mail box; words 
and music by Vaughn Horton. © Southern 
Music Publishing Co., inc., New York; 
30Dec48; EP36365. 

When my day rolls around; words and 
music by Vaughn Horton. © Southern 
Music Publishing Co., inc., New York; 
30Dec48; EP36350. 

HOSCHNA, KARL, d. 1911. 
Cuddle up a little closer; music by Karl 
Hoschna, arr. by Jimmy Dale. © M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York; 20Apr49- on ar- 
rangement, EP36198. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts. 

HOSMER, FREDERICK L. 
Challenge! See Todd, M. Flora. 

HOSTETLER, MARGARET. 
Three gospel solos. See Magary, 
G. Robert. 

HOTCHKISS NAOMI ADAMS, 1883- 
The Bible books in song, by Naomi A. 
Hotchkiss. [Cincinnati, Standard Pub. Co.! 
© Naomi Adams Hotchkiss; 14Dec48 
(In notice: 1945); EP33983. For voice and 
piano. 

HOTTETERRE, JACQUES, d. 1760 or 61. 
Echos, for treble recorder or flute solo 
[by] Jacques Hotteterre Le Romain, 
arr. by Walter Bergmann. (Recorder 
library, 17) © Schott & Co., ltd. London, 
180ct48; on arrangement, EF11874. 

HOUGHTON, W. E. 
Songs, hymns and carols for school 
assembly. See Chesterman, Linda. 



HOUSE, CLARENCE. 
You are my love. See HaU, David. 

HOUSE, L. MARGUERITE. 
Russian cavalry 'song. See Knipper, 
Lev Konstantinovich. Meadowland. 

HOUSER, EDITH. 
My American-o rose. See Elmore, Albert 
Murray. 

HOUSMAN, ALFRED EDWARD. 
Loveliest of trees. See Dougherty. Celius. 
On Wenlock Edge. See Vaughan Williams, 
Ralph. 

HOUSTON, LEVIN JAMES, 1906- 
(Concerto, clarinet) Concerto for clarinet 
& orchestra. Op. 39. By Levin Houston. 
© Levin James Houston IH; 21Jun49; 
EU171104. Score. 

HOVANESSIAN, VAHAN. 
Cinq choeurs armeniens. See Alemshah, 
Kurken M. 

HOVEN, GEORGE, 1913- 
Airport polka; accordion solo, music by 

George Hoven, arr. by Charles L. Liborio. 

(His Accordion series) © George Hoven; 

17Feb49; EP34382. 
Cry baby polka; accordion solo, music by 

George Hoven. Arr. by Larry Vittone. 

© George Hoven; 26May49; EP37167. 
Klelbasy polka, arr. by Anthony W. Proclda. 

Accordion solo, with words, music by 

George Hoven. © George Hoven, Chester, 

Pa.; 5Mar49; EP34628. 
Lucky star waltz; accordion solo, music 

bv George Hoven. Arr. by Nancy Beverin. 

© George Hoven; 26Mav49; EP37168. 
One more beer polka; with words, accordion 

solo, music by George Hoven, arr. by 

Patsy J. Frante. (His Accordion series) 

© George Hoven; 17Feb49; EP34383. 
Red feather oberek; accordion solo, music 

by George Hoven. Arr. by William Sokola. 

© George Hoven; 26May49; EP37166. 
Slow boat waltz; accordion solo, music by 

George Hoven. Arr. by Nancy Beverin. 

© George Hoven; 26May49; EP37168. 

HOVEY, NILO W 1906- arr. 

Belwin daily exercises for clarinet; comp. 
from the works of I. Albert and G. Pares, 
by NiloW. Hovey. © Belwin, Inc., New 
York; 27Apr49; on arrangement; EP36133. 

Belwin saxophone method. See Gekeler, Kennet 



HOW, WILLIAM WALSHAM. 

O Jesus, Thou art standing. 

Stoughton, Roy Spaulding. 



See 



HOWARD, BOB. 
The hat seller. See New, Harry. 

Samba samba. See Blumann, Warner. 

HOWARD, JAMES EDWARD. 
Nioma plan group instruction for violin. 
See National institute of music and arts. 
HOWARD, JAMES M 

Heaven and earth and sea and air, anthem 
for mixed voices with soprano solo and 
soprano-alto duet, words by Neander and 
Lyte, music by James M. Howard. St. 
Louis, Hunleth Music Co. © C. Albert 
Scholin; 3Jan49; EP32642. 

HOWARD, JOHN TASKER, 1890- 
Cloud banks: piano solo, by John Tasker 
Howard. © Mills Music, inc., New York- 
25May49; EP37177. ' 

The little bay mare; S.A.T.B., arr. by 
William Stickles, words by Josephine 
Hemsley, music by John Tasker Howard. 
(Choral library, 506) © Chas. H. Hansen 
Music Co., New York; 29Mar49; EP35706. 
Minuet on an old song; When love is kind; 
for piano, by John Tasker Howard. 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 31Mar49; 
on revision & new material; EP35698. 



The Virgin's cradle hymn; abridged version 
for solo or unison voices with piano ace, 
English verses by Samuel Taylor Cole- 
ridge, music by John Tasker Howard. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 9Nov48; 
on arrangement; EP35971. 

The Virgin's cradle hymn; by John Tasker 
Howard, [transcribed] by Robert Leech 
Bedell, organ solo. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 29Nov48; on arrangement; 
EP35970. 

HOWARD, MEL. 
For Christmas. See Erwin, Lee. 

Go now. See Erwin, Lee. 

HOWDEN, BRUCE EDWARD, 1922- 
(Sonata, clarinet & piano) Sonata; [by] 
Bruce Howden. © Bruce Edward Howden, 
Jr.; 17Jan49; EU154014. Score. 

HOWE, DON. 
Rhythm of the chuck wagon wheels; words 
and music by Don Howe. © Paull-Pioneer 
Music Corp., New York; 25Apr49; on ar- 
rangement; EP36513. 

HOWE, GEORGE W. 
Now! Now! Now! is the time. See 
Burns, Bobby J. 

HOWE, LEVI H. 
The bird that sings to me. See Hall, David. 

HOWE, MARY (CARLISLE) 1882- 
The Christmas story; poem by Lisenka 
Ourusoff, music by Mary Howe. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 21Dec48; 
EP32785. 
Irish lullaby; In a low rocking chair, poem 
by Helen Coale Crew, music by Mary 
Howe. © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
23Dec48; EP33291. 
Let us walk in the white snow; Velvet shoes, 
poem by Elinor Wylie, music by Mary 
Howe. © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
23Dec48; EP33292. 



HOWE, SAM, pseud . 
Harrison, Sallie. 



See 



HOWELL, HENRI ANDREWS. 
I love you but you are like poison to me. 
See Preston, Stanley. 

HOWELL, INEZ. 
Little red bird, by Inez Howell. New York, 

Creative Music Publishers. © William 

O'Toole; 29Jan49; EP34074. For piano. 
The singing surf , by Inez Howell. © Volk- 

wein Bros, inc., Pittsburgh; 17Jan49; 

EP33712. For piano. 
The singing surf, by Inez Howell. © Volk- 

wein Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 26Jan49; 

EP33856. For piano. 
Valse Mignon, by Inez Howell. © Volkwein 

Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 17Jan49; EP33715. 

For piano. 
Valse Mignon, by Inez Howell. © Volkwein 

Bros., inc., Pittsburgh; 26Jan49; EP33855. 

For piano. 

HOWELL, JUDY BELLAMY. 
Have a good day; words and music by 
Judy Bellamy Howell. © Judy Bellamy 
Howell; 16May49; EP37201. 

HOWELL, MARY. 

Traveling on a rainbow. See Hall, David. 
HOWELL, THOMAS B. 
A trip doesn't care at all. See Kadison, 

Philip. Along Fifth Avenue. 
HOWELLS, HERBERT NORMAN, 1892- 
The key of the kingdom, two-part song, 
music by Herbert Howells, words from 
an old rhyme, adapted by Walter de la 
Mare. (Singing class music, no. 648) 
© Edward Arnold & Co., London; 17Jun48; 
EF11935. 
An old man's lullaby, two-part song, 
music by Herbert Howells, words by 
Thomas Dekker. (Singing class music, 
no. 647) © Edward Arnold & Co., London; 
17Jun48; EF11934. 



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HOWELLS, JACK. 
Helene. See Katrivanou, D. 

HOWER, FRANK L 
Follow your heart; words and music by 
Les Hower. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 4Feb49; EP35802. 

HOWER, LES. See 
Hower, Frank L. 

HOWLETT, LELA. 
By loving you. See Hall, David. 
Just let me know. See Hall, David. 
HOWORTH, WAYNE, 1895- 

After the ball. See Harris, Charles K. 

As lately we watched, S. S. A., a cappella 
ad. lib., Austrian [carol] arr. by Allen 
Griffith [pseud.] (Octavo no. 938) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 7Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP33482. 

Ave Maris Stella. See Grieg, Edvard Hagerup. 

Beautiful Saviour, old Crusader's hymn, 
S.A.B., a cappella, arr. by Allen 
Griffith [pseud.] (Octavo no. 959) 
© Belwin, inc.. New York; 7Jan49; on 
arrangement; EP33485. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul. See Ippolitov- 
Ivanov, Mikhail Mikhailovich. 

The blue tall fly; Jlmmle crack corn, [for] 
S.A.T.B. arr. by Ole Ryg [pseud.] (Octavo 
no. 967) © Belwin, Inc., New York, in 
arrangement^EP32576. 

The blue tail fly [or] Jimmie crack corn 
[American folk song] T.T.B.B. with solo 
for medium voice, arr. by Ole Ryg [pseud.] 
(Octavo no. 941) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 26Jan49; on arrangement; EP33952. 

Come to the dance, S.A.T.B., a cappella ad. 
lib., based on the old tune Chicken reel. 
Arr. by Wayne Howorth. (Octavo no. 972) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; HFeb49; on 
arrangement; EP34526. 

Dry bones, S.A.P., harmonized and arr. 
by Russell Watson [pseud.] (Octavo no. 
942) © Belwin. inc.. New York; 7Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33490. 

Fear not ye, O Israel. See Buck, Dudley. 

The Galway piper, Irish air, The Rakes of 
Mallow, S.A.T.B., a cappella ad. lib. 
Arr. from the Percy E. Fletcher version 
by Allen Griffith [pseud., words by Nimmo 
Christie] (Octavo no. 936) © Belwin, inc., 
New York; 26Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33955. 

Jesu, joy of man's desiring. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

Joshua fit de battle ob Jericho, S.A. or T.B., 
concert version by Wayne Howorth. 
(Octavo no. 934) © Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 7Jan49; on arrangement; EP34115. 

Joshua fit de battle ob Jericho, S.A.T.B. 

iwith optional solo for medium voice] 
Concert version by Wayne Howorth. 
(Octavo no. 935) © Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 7Jan49; on arrangement; EP33489. 

Let our gladness know no end, [for] S.A.T.B. 
(a cappella ad. lib,) with solo for medium 
voice; old Bohemian Christmas carol arr, 
by Ole Ryg [pseud.] (Octavo no, 889) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Jan49; on ar- 
rangement; EP32589. 

Lo, how a rose e'er blooming. See 
Praetorius, Michael. 

A mighty fortress is our God. See Luther, 
Martin. 

The ninety and nine. See Campion, Edward. 

Open the gates of the temple. See Knapp, 
Mrs. Joseph F. 

Praise the Lord. See Wennerberg, G. 

Praise ye the Father. See Gounod, 
Charles Francois. 

Skip to my Lou, [American folk song] S. A., 
harmonized and arr. by Allen Griffith 
[pseud.] (Octavo no. 960) © Belwin, 
inc., New York; on arrangement; EP33484. 

Stabat Mater. See Pergolesi, Giovanni 
Battista. 

Swanee River. See Foster, Stephen Collins. 



WaA/'Sj/JV-f 



Thy beaming eyes. See MacDowell, 

Edward Alexander. 
Titania. See Peterson-Berger, W. 

HOYT, BETTY ANN. 
You are the only one; words and music by 
Betty Ann Hoyt. © Betty Ann Hoyt; 
HJan49; EP33780. 

HRUBOSKY, GEORGE. 
Give me your heart, honey; words and 
music by Don and Scrip Morocco and 
George Hrubosky. © Major Music 
Publications, Sharon, Pa.; 9Jun49; 
EP37518. 

HRUBY, JOHN JOSEPH, 1887- 
Daily tone, tongue, lip drills for brass 
instruments; by John Hruby. © John 
Joseph Hruby; bk.l, 15Mar49; EP35418. 
For trumpet. 

HRUBY, VIKTOR, 1894- 
1(Romantische Suite, orchestra) Romantische 
Suite, in vier Safczen; [by] Viktor Hruby. 
Partitur. © Universal -Edition, Wien; 
9Sep41; EF12266. 

HUB, FRANZ JOSEF. 
Auf der Aim, holleri, hollerol See 
Schelling, Fred. 

HUBBELL, FRANK A 1907- 

(Happy grasshopper) Ready for winter; 
[from Talking Komics [book and] plastic 
record Happy grasshopper] lyrics by 
Bob Bellem, music by Frank Hubbell. 
© Belda Record & Publishing Co., Pasa- 
dena, Calif.; !Apr48; EP34018. On p. 4 
of cover. 
Music box song. See Mitchell, Robert. 

Sleepy Santa. 
That's right. See Mitchell, Robert. 
Sleepy Santa. 

HUBER, ALICE. 
Minneapolis song; words by James T. 
Williams, music by Alice Huber. © James 
T. Williams; 2Feb49; EP34058. 

HUCKE, HEINRICH. 
The imperial waltz; round dance by Heinrich 
Hucke, arr. [by] David Caryll. © Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 7Feb49; 
EF12620. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

HUCKETT, ALFRED JOHN. 
Waiting for you. See Mills, Ethel Taylor. 

HUDDLE ST ON, FLOYD. 
Island queen; words and music by Al 
Rinker & Floyd Huddleston. New York, 
Capitol Songs, inc. © Criterion Music 
Corp., New York; 19May49; EP37032. 

HUDDLESTON, JOHNNY. 
Avalon Bay. See Hall, David. 

HUDNALL, EDITH. 
The merry-go-round, words and music by 
Edith Hudnall. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP33185. 

HUDSON, WILL. 

St. James infirmary. See Primrose, Joe. 

Sophisticated lady. See Ellington, Duke. 
HUFF, THELMA. 

I want your love. See Buck, Ronald. 

HUFF j WILLIAM HENRY, 1887- 
Didn t our hearts burn within? By William 

X e £3?,? uff - Chica g°; «• & H. Music Co. 
© William Henry Huff; 15Jan49; EP33926 
* or voice and piano. 
I have a noble work to do, by William Henry 
Huff. Chicago, H & H Music Co. 
© William Henry Huff; 7Jun49; EP37886. 
For voice and piano. 

Sinners, do not let this harvest pass; by 
William Henry Huff. Chicago, H & H 
Music Co. © William Henry Huff- 
7Jun49; EP37887. For voice and piano. 



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Yes, I know you gonna talk about me, by 
William Henry Huff. Chicago, H. & H. 
Music Publishing Co. © William Henry 
Huff; 15Jan49; EP33925. For voice and 
piano. 

HUFFNAGLE, HARRY. 
40 rhythm etudes. See Paisner, Ben. 
23 easy etudes for saxophone; by Harry 

Huffnagle. © David Gornston, New York; 

14Mar49 (in notice: 1948); EP36070. 

HUGHES, ARWEL. 
""(Fantasia, string orchestra) Fantasia in 
A minort [by] Arwel Hughes. Score. 
© Alfred Lengnick & Co., ltd., London; 
3May49; EF13532. 

HUGHES, BILLY. 
Tennessee Saturday night; words and music 
by Billy Hughes, arr. for Hawaiian, 
electric & plectrum guitar, note and dia- 
gram, [by the Oahu staff] (Oahu publish- 
ing company, no. 985) © Home folks 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; lApr49; 
EP36005. 

HUGHES, DAN. 
I am redeemed; words and melody by 

Dan Hughes, arr. by Mrs. Raymond 

Nelson. © Mrs. Raymond O. Nelson; 

25Feb49; EP35161. Close score: SATB. 
HUGHES, GLENN V 
Sittin' on the railfence; words by G. I. P. 

Harmon, music by Glenn V. Hughes. 

© RosSongs Music Publishers, Los 

Angeles; ljul48; EP33995. 

HUGHES, LANGSTON. 
Troubled Island. See Still, William Grant. 

HUGHES, MELBA. 
Tune time; words and music by Melba 
Hughes. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 8Mar49; EP36833. 

HUGHETT, JAMES FREDERIC, 1891- 
The national anthem for churches, by J. F. 
Hughett and Mrs. J. W. McWilliams [words 
by J J. F. Hughett. © James Frederic 
Hughett; 6Feb49; EP34540. Close score: 
SATB. 

HUGNE, CARIN FISCHER- gee 
Fischer-Hugne, Carin. 

HUGO, VICTOR. 
Let the birds unminded 
Roy. 



sing. See Newman, 



HUHN, BRUNO. 
Invictus; S.A.B. version [by] Bruno Huhn 
[words by] William Ernest Henley, arr. 
by Hugo Norden. (Octavo series, no. 301) 
© The Arthur P. Schmidt Co.. Boston; 
28Mar49; on arrangement; EP35417. 

HULL, JOHNNY. 
Lover s holiday. See Motzko, Donald 
Frank. 

HULL RUSSE^LL EUGENE. 
Tex Grooms'. See Grooms, Crawford. 
Vagabond waltz. See Pelkonen, Matt 
William. 

HUMBY, ARTHUR. 
He was the greatest of all. See Ballard, 
Francis Drake. 

HUMEL, CH.. pseud . See 
Melone, Michel Hubert. 

HUMEL, GERALD, 1931- 
Moods Americana; by Gerald Humel, for 
symphonic orchestra. (Library edition, 
no. 33) © Ludwig Music Pub. Co. Cleve- 
land; 14Apr49, EP35943. Score (orches- 
tra), piano-conductor score and parts. 

HUMELIER, GISELE. 
Malgre moi. See Carrara, E. 



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HUMMEL, HERMAN A. 
Ensembles for strings. See Whistler, 

Harvey Samuel. 
Yeomen of the guard. See Sullivan, Sir 

Arthur Seymour. 

HUMMEL, S E 

National spirit march, by S. E. Hummel, 
arr. by Harry O. Henneman. (Band 
edition, Q2335) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 20Dec48, on arrangement, 
EP32788. Condensed score (band) 
and parts. 

HUMPERDINCK, ENGELBERT, 1854-1921. 
"(Hansel und Gretel) Hansel and Gretel; 
[by] E. Humperdinck, selection arr. by 
Merle J. Isaac. © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 7Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34921. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

(Hansel und Gretel) A little man; chorus 
for mixed voices, optional a cappella, 
S.A.T.B. Folk melody used by Engelbert 
Humperdinck in Hansel and Gretel, arr. 
by Theodore Ganschow. (Choral octavos, 
no. 1120) © Hall & McCreary Co., Chi- 
cago; 24Jan49; on arrangement; EP34091. 

HUNGERFORD, HENRY H. 
If Russia was free. See Veien, Oluf 
Lassen. 

HUNKINS, EUSEBIA SIMPSON, 1902- 
Music is our language; a guide to practical 
musicianship, [byl Eusebia Simpson 
Hunkins. Student s manual. © Eusebia 
Simpson Hunkins; pts. [1-4], 23Dec48; 
AA103063. 

Music is our language; a guide to practical 
musicianship, [by] Eusebia Simpson 
Hunkins. Teacher's manual. © Eusebia 
Simpson Hunkins; 23Dec48; AA103064. 

HUNT, ALFRED. 
See God of our Mothers, Thee we praise. 

HUNT, EDGAR HUBERT. 
The dance of the blessed spirits. See 
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Rittexvon. 

The dance of the blessed spirits. See 

Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von. 

Orfeo ed Euridice. 
Hush, ye pretty warbling quire. See 

Handel, Georg Friedrich. Acis and 

Galatea. 
Sonata in D. See Vincent, Thomas. Sonata, 

oboe, no. 1. 

HUNT, GALE BORDEN, 1914- 
(Campus capers) The smoggin; from 
Campus capers, lyrics and music by 
Gale Hunt and Danny Desmond. © 
Gale Borden Hunt, d. b. a. [and] sole 
owner Pictorial Songs, Hollywood, 
Calif.; lMar49; EP34736. 
Them what has gets. See Alexander, Nelson. 
You left me like an old shoe. See Alexander, 
Nelson. 

HUNT, MELVIN LEROY, 1900- 
Sky Pilots marching song; [by] Mel Hunt, 
arr. G. E. H. (In Wings for Christ, 
Sept., 1948. p. [4]) © Sky Pilots of 
America, Puente, Calif.; 19Sep48 (in 
notice: 1947); EP35028. 

HUNTER, IVORY JOE. 
Don t fall in love with me; words and music 
by Ivory Joe Hunter. © Lois Publishing 
Co., Cincinnati; 15Aug48, EP37960. 

HUNTER, JOHN G 
I m climbing higher day by day; words and 
music by John G. Hunter, rev. and arr. 
by Kenneth Morris. © John G. Hunter & 
the Martin & Morris Music Studio, Chi- 
cago; ljan49; EP36601. 

HUNTER, SAMUEL BLAKE, 1928- 
Jesus is the rock; [by] S. B. Hunter. 
© Samuel Blake Hunter; 21Jan48 (in 
notice: 1949); EP33991. Close score: 
SATB. 



HUNTLEY, RICHARD, pseud . 
Barrows, John R. 



See 



HURD, PEARL STRACHAN. 
The angel at Golgotha. See Gilbert, 
Russell Snively. 

HUTiDLE, LORPuAINE. 
You are the one. See HaU, David. 

HURLBURT, GLEN. 
Leprechaun lullaby; words and music by 
Glen Hurlburt. © Bregman, Vocco & Conn, 
inc., New York; 4Mar49; EP34862. 

HURST, DANE. ,_ „ ,. 

Another day; words and music by Harold 
Fields, Howard Barnes, Dominic John 
& Dane Hurst. © Bradbury Wood, ltd., 
London; 18Feb49; EF12576. 
It's you, just you. See Watson, Muriel. 

HUSTED, LYMAN. 
Pardon me for loving you. .See Hall, David. 

HUSTON, HOLLY. See 
Willis, Arlene Huston. 

HUTCHENS, PAUL, cprnp, 
Manna in music; comp. by Paul Hutchens. 
Chicago, Van Kampem Press. © Paul 
Hutchens; 290ct47; EP33107. Hymns, 
with music. 

HUTSON, IRMA. 
An orchid for you, words and music by Irma 
Hutson. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 70ct48; EP33182. 

HUTSON, ROSEMARY. 
You're my reason. See Hall, David. 

[HYAMS, SANDER] 1913- 
Atomicus; chanson officielle du Carnaval 
de Nice, 1949, paroles de Theo Martin, 
musique de A. Sanderson [pseud.], version 
nicoise de Ludovic Badat. © Georges 
Delrieu; 31Dec48 (in notice: 1949); 
EF12539. For voice and piano, and voice 
part. 

HYATT, RICHARD V. 
What's the rush? See Stone, Wilson 
Ellsworth. 

HYDE, MADELINE. 
Little girl. See Henry, Francis. 

HYLIN, BIRGITTA. 
Sommardansen [by] Birgitta Hylin, [words 
byj[E. A. Kartfeldt, [arr.: Gosta Hadell] 
(For visans vanner, nr. 15) © A. B. 
Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljan42; EF 11784. For voice and guitar, 
lute or piano. 

HYLIN, EINAR. 
Serenade romantique; [bylEinar Hylin, 
arr.: Ernst Schleich. © Edition Sylvain 
a.-b., Stockholm; ljan44; EF11902. 
Piano-conductor score: orchestra. 

HYNER, J. A., pseud . See 
Hijner, J. A. 



IAKOBLEPH, N 
Thalassa. Stichoi: K. Nikolaide", mousike: 
N. Giakobleph. © Michael Etienne 
Gaetanos, Athens, 10ct48; EF12077. For 
voice and piano. 

IANNOTTI, WILLIAM C. 
Just you and I. See Hall, David. 

[IATOWSKI, JEAN] 1903- 
(Cinquante-seize, rue Pigalle) Ca n'est 
jamais flni, du film Cinquante-seize, 
rue Pigalle; paroles de Leo Lelievre 
Fils et Willy Rozier,, musique de Jean 
Yatove [pseud.] © Editions Robert Salvet, 
Paris; 30Jun48; EF11692. 

IBBOTSON, ERNEST M 
Winter frolic, piano solo [by] Ernest M. 
Ibbotson. ([Pub. order no.f 110-40020) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 
14Jun49; EP37735. 



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IBERT, JACQUES, 1890-^ 
"Sarabande pour dulcinee; pour orchestre 
[by] Jacques Ibert. © Alphonse Leduc & 
cie, Paris; 30Mar49; EF13460. Score. 

IDEN, RAYMOND JOHN, 1890- 
Comfort me, Saviour. See Sellers, Mrs. 
Jess. 

Get that frown off your face; [by] Raymond 
J. Iden. [Words by] Rhea Spindler. 
Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Iden Music Print. 
© Christian Music Publishing Co.; 
HMay49; EP36767. Close score: SATB. 

Home, sweet home. See Bishop, Sir 
Henry Rowley. 

Hush-a-bye, don't you cry; lyrics by Betty 
B. Lewis, music by Raymond J. Iden. 
(Barber shop harmony, no. 1006) © Chris- 
tian Music Publishing Co., Mt. Vernon 
Ohio; 15Feb49; on arrangement; EP34381. 

On the great homecoming day. See Sellers, 
Mrs . Jess. 

'Twas yesterday I said good-bye, [by] 
Raymond J. Iden, [words by] Henry W. 
Jensen. © Henry Walter Jensen; 12Jan49; 
EP33662. Close score: SATB. 

IDLE, HERBERT JEWEL, 1898- 
The lesson of the cross; words & music 
by Herbert J. Idle, piano arrangement 
by Walter J. Goodell, arr. for mixed 
chorus by Emil Soderstrom. © Herbert 
Jewel Idle; 23Mar49; EP36091. 

IDRISS, RAMEY. 
I'll wait. See Greeley, George. 
Woody Woodpecker, by George Tibbies 
[and! Ramey Idriss, [ arrangement by 
Lou Singer] Simplified piano solo, with 
large notes and words. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 23Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP33321. 

IDRISS, RAMEZ, 1911- 
Senora; by George Tibbies and Ramey 

Idriss. © Idnss-Brown-Tibbles, Music 

Publishers, Hollywood, Calif.; 7Apr49; 

EP35744. For voice and piano, with chord 

symbols. 
The wheels on his wagon were square. 

See Tibbies, George. 

IDSTROM, NILS. 
Love, amour och liebe. See Samson, Sam. 
Gataru 

IGLESIAS, PEPE. 
Caruso, viejo lobo de mar. See Wimpi. 
Nunca mas se supo. See Wimpi. 

ILLION, JEANETTE. 
Rumpus room. See Strickling, Ada. 

ILYINSKY, A 
Berceuse; by A. Hyinsky. Op. 13, no. 7. 
Simplified piano solo transcribed by Ted 
Mossman. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
HJan49; on arrangement; EP35974. 

IMBER, NAPHTALIHERZ,iJ.1909. 

Hatikvah. The hope. Words and music by 
N. H. Imber, English translation by Ben 
Aronin, [revision and editing of text and 
music by Hyman Resnick, arr. by M. Sin- 
zheimer] © Board of Jewish Education, 
Chicago; 10Feb49; on translation, arrange- 
ment, revision & editing; EP34852. 

Hatikvah. See Lefkowitch, Henry. 

IMBERT, HENRY. _S_ee 
Vier, Henry Imbert. 

IMES, G LAKE 1883- 

Morning grace, [by] G. L. Imes. 
[Harmony by R. Nathaniel Dett, drawing 
by Laura Wheeler Waring] © Goodwill, 
inc., Baltimore; 17Jun48; EP32537. Close 
score: SATB. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



IN THE NAME OF HEAVEN. 
In the name of heaven; traditional Mexican 
[posada] English version by Charles R. 
McKean and Lena Eldridge. (In Mottinger, 
Alvina H. Christmas carols, p. 52) © G. 
Schirmer inc., New York: 40ct48; 
EP35923. 

INDERMUHLE, ADELHEID. 
Das Jahr. See Burkhard, Willy. 

INGLE, RED. 
An Irishman will never fight till an 
argument's at hand. See Lee, Patsy. 

[INGLE Z, ROBERTO] 
Memorias. A memory. Words and music 
by Carlos Araujo [pseud.] © Noel Gay 
Music Co., inc., New Yorlc; 20Apr49; 
EP36664. 

INGRAM, CHARLES ELDEN, 1913- 
Darling Rose; words and music by Charles 

Elden Ingram. © Charles Elden Ingram; 

5Mar49; EP35071. 
Utah stars; words and music by Charles 

Elden Ingram. © Charles Elden Ingram; 

12Mar49; EP35070. 

INMAN, ALEXANDER, 1910- 
Santa Lucia; swing patrol [by] A. Inman, 
military band arrangement by A. L. 
Bishop. © Norman Richardson Band 
Arrangements, Teddington, Middlesex; 
lApr49, on arrangement; EF12918. 
Condensed score (band) and parts. 

INNOCENZI, CARLO. 
L'amore sotto la luna, dal film [omonimo], 
parole di Marcella Rivi, musica di Carlo 
Innocenzi. © Edizioni Marietta, Roma; 
lNov48, EF12898. 

INVIERNO, PABLO, pseud . See 
Payrastre, Andre. 

IOVINELLI, HARRY. 
Days we used to know, words by Mignon 
E. Pray, music by Harry Iovinelli. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jan49; EP35805. 

IPPOLITOV-IVANOV, MIKHAIL MIKHAILO- 

VICH, 1859-1935. 

Bless the Lord, O my soul; S.A.B., by 
M. Ippolitoff-Ivanoff, arr. by Wayne 
Howorth, [words from Psalm 103] 
(Octavo no. 951) © Belwin, inc., 
New York; 12Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33495. 

IRELAND, JOHN, 1897- 
""Satyrtcon; overture, by John Ireland. 
© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; 9Jun49; 
EF13422. Score: orchestra. 

IRONS, EARL D 1891- 

Insplration; overture, [by] Earl D. Irons. 
(Famous band series, no. 175) © Belwin, 
inc., New York, 19jan49; EP33773. Con- 
densed score (band) and parts. 
Song of the pines; by Earl D. Irons. © The 
Chart Music Publishing House, inc., 
Chicago, 21Apr49; EP36234. Score (cor- 
net or tenor saxophone and piano) and 
part, 

ISAAC, MERLE. 
Early California from Spanish times to 

the Gold Rush. See Choate, Robert. 
Early California. See Choate, Robert A. 
Hansel and Gretel. See Humperdinck, 
Engelbert. Hansel und Gretel. 

ISAACS, ALVIN KALEOLANI. 

Dance the hula in the sea; lyric by Gerda 
[pseud.], melody by Alvin Kaleolani 
[pseud. 1 © Blossom Music Corp., New 
York; 13Jun49; EP37568. 

Nalani; English lyric by Gerda [pseud.], 
Hawaiian lyric and melody by Alvin 
Kaleolani [pseud.] © Blossom Music 
Corp., New York; 13jun49; EP37569. 

ISAACS, BESSIE. 
My foolish heart. See Eisch, Sherley D. 



ISAACS, LEONARD. 
Lovers' moon. See Addinsell, Richard. 
The passionate friends. 

ISAACS, THOMAS EDMUND, 1880- 
Evening song; sacred solo or duet, words 
and music by Thomas E. Isaacs. 
© Thomas Edmund Isaacs; lApr49; 
EP36789. 

ISEBORG, HARRY. 
Jean Sjoman. See Bergstrom, Gulli. 

Hotell Kakbrinken. 
Vill du bli en riktig cowboy. See 
Bergstrom, Gulli. Djurgardskvallar. 

[ISRAEL, MARCEL] 1881- 
Le bonheur d'etre aime, valse musette; 
paroles de Vincent Telly [pseud.], 
musique de Lear si [pseud.] et Halet, 
arr. de Francis Salabert. ( With 
Micsunesco, Constantin. La valse du 
reve. Nouvelle serie Salabert succes 
no. 4863, 4857) © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 15Nov48; EF11663. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

ISSERSTEDT, HANS SCHMIDT. See 
Schmidt-Isserstedt, Hans. 

IVES, BURL, 1909- 
The blue tail fly. See Andrews Sisters. 

I'm going down the road. See Andrews 

Sisters. 
Woolie boogie bee; words and music by 

Burl Ives. © Leeds Music Corp., New 

York; 29Apr49; EP36534. 

IVES, CHARLES EDWARD, 1874- 
The anti -abolitionist riots in Boston In the 

1850's; for piano solo [by] Charles Ives. 

© Mercury Music Corp., New York, 

25Mar49; EP35344. 
(Harvest home chorales) Harvest home; 

[from] Three harvest home chorales [by] 

Charles Ives, [words by] George Burgess. 

© Mercury Music Corp., New York; 

21Mar49; EP35339. Score: chorus (SATB) 

and piano or organ. 
(Harvest home chorales) Harvest home; 

[from] Three harvest home chorales [by] 

Charles Ives, [words by] Henry Alford. 

© Mercury Music Corp., New York; 

21Mar49; EP35341. Score: chorus (SATB) 

and piano. 
(Harvest home chorales) Lord of the 

harvest; [from] Three harvest home 

chorales [by] Charles Ives, [words by] 

John Hampton Gurney. © Mercury "Music 

Corp., New York; 21Mar49; EP35340. 

Score: chorus (SATB) and piano or organ. 
Lord of the harvest. See his Harvest 

home chorales. 
Some south-paw pitching, for piano solo, 

[by] Charles Ives. © Mercury Music 

Corp., New York, 25Mar49, EP35342. 

Three page sonata; for piano solo, [by] 
Charles Ives. © Mercury Music Corp., 
New York: 25Mar49; EP35343. 
IVES, DAVID LIVINGSTONE. 

Select sacred songs. See Ives, R. Wingrove. 

IVES, R WINGROVE, comp. 

Select sacred songs; for special singers, 
[words by Thomas O. Chisholm, Harry 
Dixon Loes and David Livingstone Ives, 
music by Harry Dixon Loes and David 
Livingstone Ives] comp. by R. Wingrove 
Ives. © Ives Misic Press, Archbold, Ohio; 
7Mar49; EP35221. 

IVEY, SUELLA. 
Forever I shall love you. See Hall, David. 

IWRING, EMLL. 
Cawring, kompositor: Emil Iwring [and] 
Casper Hjukstrom, arr.: Casper 
Hjukstrom. © Reuter & Reuter f orlags 
a.-b., Stockholm; lDec48; EF12214. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 



JACK, PETER. 
The echo told me a lie; words and music 
adaptation by Howard Barnes, Harold 
Fields, Dominic John and Peter Jack. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 30Apr49; 
EF13347. 

JACKS, HAZEL LILLIAN, 1909- 
New sacred favorites, [words] by Pearl 
Jacks Gotschall, and [music by] Hazel 
Jacks. © Pearl Elizabeth Jacks Gotschall 
& Hazel Lillian Jacks; bk. 1, lNov48: 
EP33120. PrincipaUy close score: SATB. 

JACKSON, CHRYSTAL. 
It's not the first time: words and music by 
Chrystal Jackson. © Evan Georgeoff 
Music Publishing Co., New York; 2Jan49; 
EP34134. 

JACKSON, CHUBBY, 1918- 
L'Ana; by Chubby Jackson and Conte 
Candoli, [arr. by Van Alexander] 
© American Academy of Music, inc., 
New York; 29Apr49; EP36571. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts. 
Chubby Jackson's 4 position system, 
5 string bass method; comp. by Greig 
(Chubby) Jackson and Frank Fonda. 
© M. M. Cole Publishing Co., Chicago; 
lApr49; AA116185. 

JACKSON, CONWAY. 
I won't ask for anything more. See Hall, 
David. 

JACKSON, DON. 
Tarawa requiem. See Bowman, Frank Edwin. 

JACKSON, EDNA, 1896- 
Cripes, ain't it awful! [By Edna Jackson 
and Fred A. Haener, words by Fred A. 
Haener] © Edna Jackson & Fred. A. 
Haener; 1J '49; EP34534. 

JACKSON, EDNA J. 
Dawn. See Haener, Fred A. 
Gannon* College march. See Haener, Fred A. 
Good-night my sweetie-pie; music by Edna 

J. Jackson s lyrics by Fred A, Haener. 

© Edna J. Jackson & Fred A. Haener; 

10Mar49; EP35296. 
Mandy, won't you please let me come 

home? Words & music by Edna J. 

Jackson. © Edna J. Jackson & Fred A. 

Haener; 16May49; EP37460. 

My little girl from Switzerland. See Haener 

Fred ± ' 

An old fashioned waltz. See Haener 

Fred A. 
Please forgive me. See Haener, Fred A 
Ruth. See Haener, Fred A. 
The sun will shine again for you. See 

Haener, Fred A. 

JACKSON, ELIZABETH B 
O God, Thou art my God, by Elizabeth B 

fe c ^ s< ? n - [Scriptural words] (Octavo, no. 

956) © Belwin, inc., New York; 3Jan49- 

EP32566. Score: chorus (SATB divided') 

and piano reduction. 

JACKSON, FRANCES, 1901- 
Skies of Old Mexico; lyrics by Belledean 
Tobias and Frances Jackson, music by 
Frances Jackson. © Frances Jackson & 
Belledean Tobias, d.b.a. Song Bird Music 
Pub. Co., New York; 24Feb49; EP36090. 

JACKSON, G E 

Call of the Rockies; march, by G. E. 
Jackson. (Universal band edition, U1682) 

FPW9 F l£ £ he S' toc 'J New Y , ork ; 13 Apr49, 
kPibi&Z. Condensed score (band) and 
parts. 

JACKSON, MYRTLE ETHEL, 1911- 
Can you carry your burdens to Jesus? 
Words and music by Myrtle Jackson, 
arr. by Jeanette Tall. Chicago, Myrtle 
Jackson s Studio of Gospel Music. 
© Myrtle Jackson; 24Nov47; EP37987. 



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JACKSON, MYRTLE, ETHEL, 1911- Cont'd. 
Face to face; words and music by Myrtle 
Jackson arr. by Jeanette Tall. Chicago, 
Myrtle Jackson s Studio of Gospel Music. 
© Myrtle Jackson; 21Feb49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35414. Hymn, with music. 
Where Jesus leads me, 1 will follow; words 
and music by Myrtle Jackson, arr. by | 
Jeanette Tall. Chicago, Myrtle Jackson s 
Studio of Gospel Music. © Myrtle Jack- 
son, 24N©v47; EP37986. 

JACKSON, ZARICOR. 
When you and I first met; words and music 
by Zaricor Jackson. © Zaricor Jackson; 
2May49; EP36596. 

JACOB, GORDON. 
Prelude, passacaglia and fugue: for violin 
and viola, by Gordon Jacob. © Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London; 4May49; EF13087. 

JACOBI, FREDERICK. 

"(Quartet, strings, no. 3) String quartet, 
no. 3; [by] Frederick Jacobi. © Arrow 
Music Press, inc., New York; 29Apr49; 
EP36451. Miniature score. 

Three songs, [by] Frederick Jacobi, to 
words by Philip Freneau. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 21Apr49; 
EP36169. 

JACOBI, JOHANN CHRISTIAN. 
My soul, awake, and render. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

JACOBS, DICK. 
The abba-dabba song. See Gerard, Jay. 
I ain't got nothin' to lose; words and music 
by Sy Oliver [and] Dick Jacobs. © John- 
stone-Montei, inc., New York; 16Feb49; 
EP34320. 
Oh, you darling I Oh, you devil! I adore 
you. See Fisher, Ruby. 

[JACOBS, SAM] 1897- 
Petunia; words and music by Roller Landis 
[pseud. 1 Mary Barkley [pseud.], Steve 
Gibson [and] Jolly Joyce [pseud. J 
© Ranch Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Jun49; EP37957. 



JACOBSEN, JULIUS. 
Mane over Oresund. 



See Foiack, Reinhold. 



JACOBSON, MAURICE, 1896- 
EllanVannin. See Townend, F. H. 

Mosaic; for piano duet, by Maurice Jacob- 
son. London, J. Curwen; New York, G. 
Schirmer: sole agents for U. S. A. (Edi- 
tion [no.] 99107) © Maurice Jacobson; 
4Apr49; T3F12909. 

Silent worship. See Handel, Georg 
Friedrich. 

JACOBSSON, OLLE. 
Lyckans sekund. See Samson, Sam. 



JACQUE -SIMON OT, pseud . 
Simonot, Jacques. 



See 



JACQUES, CHARLES. 
Mariquiiia. See Goldbaum, Friedrich. 
Tout le long, tout le long. See 
Ravasini, Nino. 

JACQUES, REGINALD. 

Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen. See Brahms, 
Johannes. Chorale prelude, organ. 

The holly and the ivy, collected by Cecil J. 
Sharp, arr. for unacc. voices by Reginald 
Jacques. (Carols, 556) © Novello & Co., 
ltd., London; 9Dec48; on arrangement 
EF11711. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction. 

Jesu, joy of man's desiring. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. Herz und Mund und That 
und Leben. 

JACQUES-CHARLES, pseud. See 

Jacques, Charles. 
JANDEL, RAGNAR. 

Forvarskvall. See Wikander, David. 

Det regnar. See Mortensen, Otto. 



JAFFE, MOE. 

Holiday. See Boland, Clay Aloysius. 

Oh, you sweet one; the new schnitzelbank 
song, by Dick Hardt [pseud., and] Moe 
Jaffe. © General Music Publishing Co., 
inc., New York; 9May49; EP36667. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

Thanks to you Mother; [by] Jack Berch 
[and] Moe Jaffe. © General Music Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 20Apr49; 
EP35200. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

JAL, JEAN, 1908- 
Le ciel fait sa prlere, slow-melodie, 
paroles de Riesner, musique de Jean 
Jal. © Edition universelle, Paris; 
30Apr44 (in notice- 1948), EF11633. 

JAMES, ARTHUR, pseud . See 
Johnson, Arthur James. 

JAMES, BILLY, 1895- 
Every time I wanna little kiss from you 

you re always chewin' gum; words and 

music by Joe Schuster and Billy James. 

© James Music, inc., New York; HMar49; 

EP35089. 
My Irish colleen; words and music by 

Jack Hodklnson [and] Billy James. 

New York, Piccadilly Music Co. 

© Jack Hodklnson & Billy James; 

lFeb49; EP34273. 

JAMES, PHILIP, 1890- 
Gwilym Gwent, for chorus of men s voices, 

Sby] PhUip James, [words by] Brychan B. 
>owell. (Modern series, no. 649) © The 
H. W. Gray Co., inc., New York; 24Jan49; 
EP33961. 

JAMES, STANLEY, pseud . See 
Herfurth, C. Paul. 

JAMES, THOMAS. 
A reverie; words and music by Josephine 
Anderson and Thomas James. © Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 21Jan49; 
EF12241. 

JAMES, VIC. 
Don't let love pass you by; words and music 
by Walter King and Vic James, arr. by 
Wilf Moise. © National Songwriters 
Guild, Toledo; 15Apr49, EP36238. 

JAMES, WILL. 
Sing and rejoice, anthem for full chorus 
S.S.A.T.T.B.B., unacc, [by] Will James, 
text adapted from the Book of Psalms. 
(Aeolian choral series, no. 2079) © H. T. 
Fitz-Simons Co., inc., Chicago; 4Jan49; 
EP34000. 

JAMES, WILLIAM G 
Five Australian Christmas carols; words by 
John Wheeler, music by William G. James. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., Sydney; 110ct48; 
EF11724. 



JANE MARIE, Sister . 
Perrot, Mary Jane. 



See 



JANIN, JOSEPH E. 
Don't you smile at me. See Hall, David. 
What a smile can do. See Hall, David. 

JANTHE, SVEN. 
Solnedgang. musik: Sven Janthe, arrange- 
mang; William Lind. © Ehrling & Lofven- 
holm, Stockholm, ljan46; EF11908. Piano- 
conductor score (string orchestra) and 
parts. 

Valse caprice; [by] Sven Janthe. © Ab 
Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
LApr48; EF11903. Score (violin and piano) 
and parts for orchestra. 
JANUS, HANK. See 
Janusz, Henry A. 
[JANUSZ, HENRY A ] 

For you and yesterday; words by Al Black, 
music by Hank Janus [pseud.] © Nor dyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif., 
23Dec48; EP33036. 



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JAPHET, CLIFF. 
Darlin , don't make me cry over you. See 

Davis, Jimmie H. 
Don't let it get you down. See Davis, 
Jimmie H. 

JAQUES, FLORENCE PAGE. 
The Puffin song. See Rasley, John M. 

JAQUETE, EZEQUIEL. 
Si mi nifio duerme . . . See Gasc6n, 
Joaqufh Angel. 

JARMAN, FREDERIC. 
What you mean to me, words and music 
by Frederic Jarman. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28jun48, 
EP32860. 

JARVIE, ELVINA LUDKE, 1923 
How wonderful a Saviour; words and music 
by Elvina Ludke Jarvie. © Elvlna Ludke 
Jarvie, 6Jun49; EP37982. Close score 
SATB. 

JARY-WILKE MICHAEL. 
The story of the lovebird; English lyrics 
by Carl Sigman, music by Michael Jary- 
Wilke. © Harman Music, inc., New York; 
18Apr49; EP35998. 

JASSINOWSKY, PINCHOS, 

[As der rebe hot gevolt] Chasidic chant, 
for solo, piano accompaniment and male 
chorus [by] Pinchos Jassinowsky. New 
York, Renanah Music. © Pinchos 
Jassinowsky; 24Jan49; EP35029. Words 
in Hebrew, Yiddish and Yiddish (trans- 
literated) 

A Hebrew prayer. [VehaarevnoJ For 
cantor solo and piano ace, music by 
Pinchos Jassinowsky. New York, Renanah 
Music. © Pinchos Jassinowsky; 20Jan49; 
EP36440. Words in English and Hebrew, 
with transliteration. 

In that day; a salute to Israel, [words from 
Isaiah 26] music by Pinchos Jassinowsky. 
New York, Renanah. © Pinchos Jassinow- 
sky; 20Jan49; EP35030. For voice and 
piano; words in English, and Hebrew, with 
transliteration. 

JAY, FRED. 
Believing. See Agay, Denes. 

JAY, HARRY. 
I want to get married; words by Charles 
L. Hines, music by Harry Jay. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49; EP36835. 

JAY, IDA ESTELLE. 
Gems for the glory of God; by Ida E. Jay. 
© Ida Estelle Jay; 9May49; EP37024. 
Principally close score: SATB. 

JEAN, WILROSE. 
Mother dear. See Hall, David. 

JEANGERARD, pseud . See 
Chardard, Jeanne. 

JEANNE, RENE, pseud . See 
Rene, Jeanne. 

JEFFERIES, STANTON. 
Your voice beloved; song, words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Stanton Jefferies. 
© Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd.. 
London; 26Apr49; EF13275. 

JELINEK, HANNS, 1901- 
Drelzehn kleine Lieder; fiir mittlere 
Slngstimme und Ktevier, [by] Harms 
Jellnek. Op, 1. (Edition [ho.] 11914) 
© Universal-Edition, Wien, Heft 1, 
19Jun48; EF12368. 

JENKINS, ANDREW. 
Tears on my Bible. See Wickham, Elmer. 
When the world is set on fire. See Wickham, 
Elmer. 

JENKINS, HERMAN. 
I'm blue. See Powell, Lewis. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



JENSEN, HENRY WALTER. 
'Twas yesterday I said good-bye. See 
Iden, Raymond John. 

JEREMIAS I TROSTLOSA, pseud . See 
Rickson, Levi. 

JERGER, WILHELM, 1902- 
"(Chacomie, organ) Chaconne; [by] Wilhelm 
Jerger. © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
15Dec41; EF12267. 

Moto perpetuo. See Paganini, Nicolo. 

JEROME, DON, pseud . See 
Svihla, Donald J. 

JEROME, HENRY. 
What kind of a heart have you? Song, words 
by Jewel Collins, music by Henry Jerome. 
© Beacon Music Co., Joe Davis, owner, 
New York; 8Feb49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34148. 

JESSEL, GEORGE. 
Let's get behind the President. See 
Dougherty, Dan. 

JESSON, ROY. 
The hag; a two-part song [by] Roy Jesson, 
[words by] Robert Herrick. (Choral 
songs, no. 2206) © The Oxford Univ. 
Press, London; 21Apr49; EF13417. 

JESSUP, pseud . Jiee 
Westerberg, Gosta. 

JETER, PAUL W 
Blossom in July; arr. by Charles E. Straub, 
words and music by Paul W. Jeter. Bison, 
Okla., C. A. Pattison. © Paul W. Jeter; 
25Feb49; EP34827. 

JEWEL, FLORENCE S. 
My task to do. See Baines, William. 

JEWELL, ANITA F. 
Spirit of life divine. See Baines, William. 

JEWS. LITURGY AND RITUAL. 
Sefer hanigunim. Book of Chasidic songs. 
Ed. by Rabbi Samuel Zalmanoff . 
© Nichoach, Brooklyn; 10Feb49 (in notice: 
1948); AA111818. Hebrew words. 

JEZEK, JAROSLAV. 
(Rub a lie) O Spanelsku si zpivam; tango 
ze hry Rub a lie, slova: V. & W.,_ hudba: 
Jaroslav Jez"ek. © R. A. Dvorsky, Praha, 
Czechoslovakia; 18Feb37; EF21751. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

JIMENEZ, HOMERO. 
Vacilando; guaracha de Homero Jimenez, 
arr. de Humberjto Cane. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Muslca Internacional, s, a., 
Mexico; 30Dec48; EF13039. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words. 

JIMSAKS, pseud . See 
Saks, James H. 

JOBB, EMMA. 
No one but you; words and music by Emma 
Jobb. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 24Mar49; EP36828. 

JOE, CHEYENNE. See 
Osage, Tom, pseud . 

JONSSON, GABRIEL. 
Impromtu. See Morales, Olallo. 
De tolv strangarna. See Turesson, 

Gunnar. 
Lutans ballader. See Turesson, Gunnar. 
Strangaspel. See Turesson, Gunnar. 

JO HANSON, ANSELM. 
Lordagsvalsen, musik av A. Johanson, 
text av Svarta Masken [pseud.] 
© Elkan & Schildknecht, Emll Carellus, 
Stockholm; lDec21; EF11785. 

JOHN, DOMINIC. 
Another day. See Hurst, Dane. 

The echo told me a lie. See Jack, Peter. 



When you're in love, fox trot, words and 
music by Desmond O'Connor, Harold 
Fields and Dominic John, dance orch. by 
Jack Mason. New York, Crawford Music 
Corp. © Bradbury Wood, ltd.; 21Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP34314. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 

JOHNS, ALTONA TRENT, 1904- 
Finger fun with songs to be sung; songs 
& dances for young pianists, singers 
and dancers. Verses by Vivian Flagg 
McBrier, music by Altona Trent Johns 
and Vivian Flagg McBrier, illus. by 
Amelia H. McCamey. © Handy Brothers 
Music Co., inc., New York; 14Jun49; 
EP37381. 

JOHNS, JEAN C 
Let's remember Franklin D., words and 
music by Jean C. Johns. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Jul48; 
EP33169. 

JOHNSON, 
High on the mountaintop; by Johnson, [arr.] 
by Seldon N. Heaps. © Belwin, inc., 
New York; 3Mar49; on arrangement; 
EP34608. For piano; with words. 

JOHNSON, ANN. 
Because of you, words and music by Ann 
Johnson. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 22Jul48; EP33168. 

JOHNSON, ANNA D., pseud . See 
Kidd, Mrs. Ray. 

[JOHNSON. ARTHUR JAMES] 
Could I but write a song; words and music 
by Arthur James [pseud.-, arr. by Eliot 
Wright] © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif,; 30Dec48; EP33544. 

JOHNSON, CARL W 
Vernilla; march, [by] Carl W. Johnson, 
arr. by J. J. Richards. © Carl W. Johnson; 
20May49; EP37257. Parts: band. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES LESLIE, 1876- 
Harlequin revels; for piano, [by] Charles 
L. Johnson. © Theodore Presser Co 
Philadelphia; 3jun49; EP37597. 

JOHNSON, CLAIR W 1902- 

Rocky heights; overture, [by] Clair W. 
Johnson. (Victor band series, no. 430) 
© Rubank, inc., Chicago; 28Mar49; 
EP35218. Condensed score (band) 
and parts. 

JOHNSON, CLYDE. 
Jesus, my soul shall walk with Thee, by 
Miss Clyde Johnson, arr. by Margarite 
Brown. Chicago, Martin & Morris Music 
Studio. © Miss Clyde Johnson; 18Dec48; 
EP34036. 

JOHNSON, E. 
Our flag. See Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, EUGENE. 
Blue Carolina skies. See Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, FELIX. 
Orchids in the rain. See Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, FREDDY. 
Too much tempo in my rhumba beat; words 
by Jerome Logan, music by Freddy John- 
son. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
ljun49; EP37355. 

JOHNSON, GEORGIA DOUGLAS. 
Dedication. See Evanti, Lillian. 

JOHNSON, GINNY. 
Trust my foolish heart. See Carson, 
Claudia. 

JOHNSON, GUY LEAMOND, 1917- 
Don t waste your tears; words and music 
by Guy Johnson, piano arr. by Haydn 
Broughton. © Guy Johnson, 8Mar49 
EP35004. ' 



tat C» t \ lhng nght back t0 Hawa "; words 
Gilbert Ware. fWjih his_ We're headin' 
for a new ranger© Guy Johnson & Gilbert 
L, Ware; 22Jan49; EP33889. 
We're headin' for a new range; words by 

rn£l°?w° n ' mu ^ b y Gu y Johnson & 
Gilbert Ware. © Guy Johnson & Gilbert 
L. Ware; 22Jan49; EP33888. 
JOHNSON, HALL. 
I got shoes; Heb'n, heb'n, four part 
S.A.T.B., arr. by Hall Johnson. (Choral 
library of spirituals, R3413) © Robbins 
Music Corp., New York; 20jun49; EP37993. 

JOHNSON, HAROLD McKINLEY, 1899- 
The enchanted prince; overture, by 
Harold M. Johnson. (Modern band ar- 
rangement, J472) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 3May49; EP36674. Score 
(band), condensed score and parts. 

"First string ensemble album; for quartet 
or string orchestra. Twenty-five graded 
pieces selected from folk song, choral 
and classic literature, comp., arr. and 
ed. by Harold M. Johnson. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 31Dec48; on 
compilation, arrangements & editing; 
EP33632. Piano-conductor score 
(string orchestra) and parts. 
Medallion; overture, by Harold M. Johnson. 
(Modern band arrangement, J473) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 3May49; 
EP36673. Score (band), condensed score 
and parts. 

* (Quintet, winds) Quintet in C; I by] Harold 
M. Johnson. (Carl Fischer edition: 
ensemble works for woodwind and reed 
instruments, series 2, W2219) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 20Dec48; 
EP32786. Score (flute, oboe, clarinet, 
horn and bassoon) and parts. 

JOHNSON, HARRY A 
Indiana Avenue blues: lyrics & music by 
Harry A. Johnson. [Arr. by Lepha Havensl 
© Harry A. Johnson; 9May49; EP36737. 

JOHNSON, HUGH JACK. 
Rambling. See Johnson, Hugh Joe. 

JOHNSON, HUGH JOE. 

Rambling; words by Hugh Jack Johnson, 
music by Hugh Joe Johnson. © Cine-Mart 
Music Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
15Dec47; EP36306. ' 

JOHNSON, J C 1896- 

How long is the journey? Words and music 
by J. C. Johnson [arr. by Frances K. 
Reckling] New York, Record Music Pub. 
Co. © J. C. Johnson; 8Mar49; EP35165. 
Lawd, whatcha' gonna do wid me? Words 
and music by J. C. Johnson, [arr. bv 
Harry T. Burleigh] New York, Record 

EP35164?' J - °° j0hnS ° n; 8Mar49 ; 

JOHNSON, JAMES J i 9 i 

The Rhode Islander march; composed by 
James J. Johnson. © James T Tohnson- 
2lFeb49; EU158005. Score: band. ' 

JOHNSON, JAMES P 

(Flamingo Road) If I could be with you 

Samta™ W^ featured to the picture 
Flamingo Road scored by Jerry Sears 

ESS mUsic ^ HenrVcr£[m« & 
Jimmy Johnson. © Remick Music Corp. 

Ep1 4 I™ k; D \ 8Feb49; 0n a "angement; P " 
EP34879. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. ^rcnes 
(Flamingo Road) If I could be with you 
one hour tonight; fox trot [from] Flamingo 
Road, words and music by Henry Creamer 
and Jimmy Tohnson, [arr. by] Johnny 
Warrington] © Remick Music Corp 

»S?«25 k; J? un49 J on orchestration; ' 
EPJ7582. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



JOHNSON, JAMES P Cont'd. 

(Flamingo Road) If I could be with you, 
one hour tonight; words and music by 
Henry Creamer and Jimmy Johnson. 
[Piano ace. arr. by Helmy Kresa. From 
the picture] Flamingo Road. © Remick 
Music Corp., New York; 17Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP35090. 

JOHNSON, JAMES WELDON. 
Sister Caroline in Yamacraw. See 
Gannett, Kent. 

JOHNSON, JAY. 
Licrymosa. See Mozart, Johann 
ChrysostonfWolfgang Amadeus. Requiem. 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH G 1885- 
I will drink no alcohol; [by] Joseph G. 
Johnson, [words by] Elizabeth M. Kiefaber. 
© Joseph G. Johnson; 15Apr49; EP36453. 

JOHNSON, KATE. 
Indian summer. Sge Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, KIRBY. 
I am walking the floor. See Harhn Brothers. 

Roaring volcano. See Harlin Brothers. 
Show me how to do the hula. See Peterson, 
Melville Ulualoha. 

JOHNSON, LIONEL. 
The fair chivalry. See Ashfield, Robert. 

JOHNSON, LONNIE. 
Pleasing you, as long as I live, by Lonnie 
Johnson. © Lois Publishing Co., Cincin- 
nati; 15Feb49, EP37897. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

JOHNSON, LUCILE. 
All right, Louie, drop the gun; by Ray 
Carter [pseud.] and Lucile Johnson. 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York; 23Feb49, 
EP35504. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

JOHNSON, O'DELL. 
I cried myself to sleep; by Tex Williams 
and O'Dell Johnson. © Tune Towne 
Tunes, Hollywood, Calif.; 15Mar49; 
EP34955. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 

JOHNSON, ORA. 
Little Joe. See Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, PAUL HARLAN, 1917- 
We dipped our hearts in Stardust; words by 
George V. Schwartz, music by Paul Johnson. 
© Frank J. Halama Publications, Chicago; 
16May49; EP36786. 

JOHNSON, PETE LEE, 1891- 
Central Avenue drag; piano solo by Pete 
Johnson. © Leeds Music Corp., New 
York; 7Jun49; EP37902. 
Hollywood boogie; piano solo by Pete 
Johnson. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
23May49; EP37127. 

JOHNSON, RAY. 
Roundup of song hits for radio and 
recording. See Roundup of song hits. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS ARNOLD. 
Eight little left-hand pieces- piano solo, by 
Thomas Arnold Johnson. © Alfred Leng- 
nick & Co., ltd., London; set 2, 21Dec48- 
EF11979. 1st set has title: Eight little 
studies for the left hand. 
Rigaudon, piano solo [by] Thomas Arnold 
Johnson. © Walsh, Holmes & Co., ltd. 
London; 19Aug48; EF11614. 
"Valsette; by Thomas Arnold Johnson. 
© Walsh, Holmes & Co., ltd., London; 
9Sep48; EF11611. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS FRANKLIN, 1888- 
Sunrise in my heart; words and music by 
Thos. F. Johnson. © Thomas Franklin 
Johnson; 290ct48, EP34837. 



JOHNSON, THOMAS W. 
The general's horse. See Jones, Isham. 

JOHNSTON, ARTHUR, 1898- 
Just one more chance; by Sam Coslow and 
Arthur Johnston. Simplified piano solo 
with large notes and words. [Arr. by 
Geo. N. Terry] © Famous Music Corp., 
New York; 20May49; on arrangement; 
EP37108. For voice and piano. 

JOIO, NORMAN DELLO. See 
Dello Joio, Norman. 

JOLLIFF, ART, ed. and. arr. 

*78 solos for marimba-, ed. and arr. by 
Art Jolliff. (Educational library, 346) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; bk.1-2, 
3Jan49; EP33807, 33806. 

JOMPE, HARRY, pseud . See 
Jompulsky, Harry. 

[JOMPULSKY, HARRY] 
You are the springtime to me; a new waltz 
ballad, the words and music by Harry 
Jompe [pseud.] © R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 23Mar49; EP35072. 

JONASSON, J EMANUEL. 

The cuckoo waltz, by J. E. Jonasson, Piano 
solo with words. A John W. Schaum ar- 
rangement. © Belwin, inc., New York; 
3Jan49, on arrangement; EP32595. 

Cuckoo waltz; composed by J. E. Jonasson, 
piano accordion arrangement by Toralf 
Tollefsen. © Keith, Prowse & Co., ltd., 
London; 20Apr49; on arrangement; 
EF13075. 

Cuckoo waltz; lyric by Buddy Kaye, music 
by J. E. Jonasson. © Ardmore Music, 
Division of Capitol Publications, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 31Jan49; EP34077. 

Cuckoo waltz; words by Alan Stranks, music 
by J. E. Jonasson. © Keith Prowse & Co., 
ltd., London; HNov48; on words; EF11863. 

JONES, ALICE F. See 
Border, Alice F. Jones. 

JONES, ALICE M. 
Crying my heart out for you. See Hall, 
David. 

JONES, ANN. 
Give me a hundred reasons; by Ann Jones. 
© Dallas Music Co., inc., Hollywood^ 
Calif.; 14Mar49; EP35122. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

JONES, ARCHIE N. 
A cowboy fantasy. See Rhea, Raymond. 
Music recognition test; I comp. and arr.J 
by Archie N. Jones. Pt. 1, for elementary 
and junior high schools; pt. 2, for senior 
high schools and colleges. © Carl Fis- 
cher, inc., New York; 25Apr49; EP36672. 
For piano, with test blanks. 

JONES, BETTY HALL. 
My new papa's gotta have ev'rything; 
words and music by Nellie Lutcher & 
Betty Hall Jones. New York, Capitol 
Songs. © Atlantic Music Corp.; 31Jan49; 
EP34963. 

This joint's too hip for me; words ana music 
by Betty Hall Jones. © St. Louis Music 
Corp., Beverly Hills, Calif.; HApr49; 
EP35999. 
JONES, EDITH RUTH. 
You've made a sap of me. See Hall, David. 

JONES, EFFIE MAE. 
Somebody's sweetheart. See Chanslor, Hal. 

JONES, GEORGIA. 
Precious memories. See Martin, Roberta 
Evelyn. 

JONES, GOMER L 1911- 

Gloria in excelsis; for soprano, contralto, 
tenor and baritone soli, 8-part chorus 
and orchestra, by Llvwelyn Gomer [pseud.] 
Vocal score. © Michigan State College 
Press, East Lansing, Mich.; 24Jan49; 
EP34060. 



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JONES, GRIFFITH JOHN, 1875- 
Rodeheaver's two-part songs; specially 
arr. [composed & comp.] by Griffith J. 
Jones. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co. © The Rodeheaver Co.; 
17Dec48; EP34585. 



JONES, H. W. 
He is coming. 



See Tills, William A. 



JONES, ISHAM. 
The general s horse; words by Thomas W. 
Johnson & Isham Jones, music by Isham 
Jones. © Ardmore Misic, Division of 
Capitol Publications inc., Hollywood, 
Calif.; HApr49; EP35996. 
How many tears must fall 7 Scored by 
Jack Mason; words and music by Isham 
Jones. © Miller Music Corp., New York; 
3Jan49; on arrangement; EP33751. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

JONES, JONAH, 1909- 
Lust for licks; by Jonah Jones, transcribed 
by Russell Royster. © Thomas-Cole Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 20Dec48; 
EP36077. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

JONES, LLEWELLYN BRUCE. 
Building the instrumental music 
department. 143 p. illus. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 23Mar49; 
A31093. 

JONES, LUTHER HAROLD. 
Carrie, words and music by Luther Harold 
Jones. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 17Dec48; EP32832. 

JONES, MAI. 
We'll keep a welcome; song, words by Lyn 
Joshua & James Harper, music by Mai 
Jones. © Edward Cox Music Co., ltd., 
London; 9Feb49; EF12444. 

JONES, MYRTLE J. 
Funny bone. See Hall, David. 

JONES, PAUL, 1916- 
How beautiful heaven will be; [by] Paul 
Jones, [words by] Frank Elgar Roush. 
© Frank Elgar Roush; 12May49; 
EP37187. Close score: SATB. 

JONES, RALPH. 
Please don't let me love you; by Ralph 
Jones. © Acuff-Rose Publications, Nash- 
ville; 9Mar49; EP34924. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

JONES, SPIKE. 
None but the lonely heart. See Brandt, Eddie. 

JONES, STAN. 
Riders in the sky; a cowboy legend, words 
and music by Stan Jones. New York, 
E. H. Morris. © Mayfatr Music Corp.; 
30Mar49; EP35345. 

JON GEN, JOSEPH, 1873- 
"Elegie; for a quartet of flutes [by] Joseph 
Jongen. © Albert J. Andraud, Cincinnati; 
18Jan49; EP34473. Score and parts. 

JONGEN, LEON, 1884- 

Trio- for oboe, clarinet and bassoon 
[by] Leon Jongen. © Albert J. Andraud, 
Wind Instrument Music Library, Cin- 
cinnati; 18Jan49; EP34475. Score and 
parts. 

Two paraphrases on Walloon Christmas 
carols; for a quartet of flutes, 3 flutes 
in C and alto flute in G (original version) 
or 3 flutes and clarinet, or 3 flutes and 
English horn or French horn, by Joseph 
Jongen, © Albert J. Andraud, Wind In- 
strument Music Library, Cincinnati; 
18Jan49; EP34474. Score and parts. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



JONSSON, JOSEF, 
Advent-psalm [by] Josef Jonsson, 

I words by] Eavard Evers. © A. B. 
Jordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljan37; EF11788. Part: chorus (SATBj 
May be sung a cappella or with organ 
(or piano), violin and violoncello ace 



Nordland; symfoni, nr. 1 [by I Josef Jonsson. 

Op. 23. © Josef Jonsson; 3lMar49; 

EU163071. Score. 
Som ett silversmyeke loyj josei Jon"""-. 

Op 26, nr. 2. [Words by] Jarl Hemmer. 

(Edition muslcalia, nr. 126) p AB 

Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm, 

ljan26; EF11787. 

joos, Oswald. , „ r _ . 

*Missa pro defunctis: [for] T.T.B.B., [by] 
Oswald Joos. Op. 9. Arr. by Philip G. 
Kreckel. (Edition [no.] 8422) © J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York; 28Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP34364. 

JORDAN, HELEN HOBBS 1907- 
Meter and rhythm; by Helen Hobbs Jordan. 
Helen Hobbs Jordan; bk. 2, 4Apr49; 
AA114425. 

JORDAN, HOWE. 
Cold, cold woman, words and music by 
Howe Jordan. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 31Dec48; EP34672. 

JORDAN, JOE, 1882- 
Dear Lincoln, words and music by Joe 
Jordan. Joe Jordan, 12Apr49, EP35956. 

JORDAN, LOUIS. 
They raided the place; words and music 
by Dan Burley [and] Louis Jordan. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 31Mar49; 
EP35710. 

JOSELLA, Sister . _S_ee 
Mary Josella, Sister. 

JOSHUA, LYN. 
We'll keep a welcome. See Jones, Mai. 

JOYCE, JAMES. 
Six eommentaires pour Ulysse de James 
Jjyce. See Hartmann, Thorn 
A leksandrovich . 

JOYCE, JAMES AUGUSTINE ALOYSIUS. 
Ulysses. See Seiber, Mityas. 

JOYCE, JOLLY, pseud . See 
Jacobs, Sam. 

JOYCE. LIND. 
Aw c mon, written & composed by Lind 
Joyce. © Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., 
London; 3Dec48; EF12027. For voice 
and piano, with ukelele diagrams and 
chord symbols; melody also In tonic 
SOl-fa notation. 

JUEI ., KARIN.. 
Dansen den gar pi blommande ang. See 

Holmquist, Nils-Gustaf. 
Och inte skall du sorja. See Holmquist 

Nils-Gustaf. 

JULARBO, KARL KARLSSON-. See 
Karlsson-Jularbo, Karl. 

JULIEN, RENE LOUIS. 
Niagara. See Mange ot, Roger. 

JUNGMAN, HENRY, 
Mountain polka. Na sumave, [By Henry 
Jungman, arr. by Vaclav F. Fisher] 
© Vitak-Elsnic Co., Chicago; 18Mar48; 
EP34015. For voice and piano. 

JURGENS, DICK. 
One dozen roses; words by Roger Lewis 
and Country Washburn, music by Dick 
Jurgens and Walter Donovan, [arr. by 
Geo. N. Terry] Simplified piano solo. 
Famous Music Corp., New York; 
24May49; on arrangement; EP37219. 



KAAI, BERNIE KEOKL 
Blue ocean. See Ki la., Alan. 

The day of the big luau, words and music 
by Cliff Bernal and Bernie Kaai. Ray 
Meany, d.b.a. Aloha Songs, Oakland, 
Calif.; 10jun49; EP37678. 

Hapa haole honey; words and music by 
Bernie K. Kaai. Ray Meany, d.b.a. 
Polynesian Songs, Oakland; 22Jun49; 
EP37972. 

The hula oni oni e. See Cambria, Joaquin. 

My faded lei, words and music by Bernie 
K. Kaai. Ray Meany, d.b.a. Polynesian 
Songs, Oakland, Calif.; 10jun49; EP37682. 

My Hawaiian lullaby. Hele oe, hia moe. 
Words and music by Cliff Bernal and 
Bernie Kaai. © Ray Meany, d.b.a. Poly- 
nesian Songs. Oakland; 22jun49; EP37971. 
Engl is b n o cob, 

Puu wai; words and music by Cliff Bernal 
and Bernie Kaai. Ray Meany, d.b.a. 
Aloha Songs, Oakland, Calif.; 10Jun49, 
EP37683. 

The rhumba samba. See Dominici, Helo. 

Spend some time in paradise during Aloha 
v/eek; words and music by Bernie Kaai. 
© Ray Meany, d.b.a. Aloha Songs, Oak- 
land, Calif.; HMay49; EP36926. 

Tropical island. See Meany, Ray. 

KABALEVSKli, DMITRll BORISOVICH, 1904- 
Four little pieces; for piano, by Dmitri 
Kabalevsky. Op. 14. [Ed, with foreword 
and special annotations by Alfred Miro- 
vitchf Am-Rus ed. Leeds Music Corp., 
New York; 21Feb49; on foreword, editing 
& special annotations; EV35060. 
Improvisation; [by] Dmitri Kabalevsky. 
Op. 21, no. 1. Adaptation by Gregor 
Fittelberg. © Russian-American Music 
Publishers, inc.. New York; 13Mar46; on 
adaptation; EP34495. For string orches- 
tra. 

Seven merry songs, based on nursery 
rhymes. Op 41. By Dmitri Kabalevsky, 
Russian text . by S. Marshak, English ver- 
sions by Nancy Bu3h, ed, with special an- 
notations by Harold Sheldon. Am-Rus ed. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 27Dec48, 
on English text, foreword & editing, 
EP33824. 
(Sonatina, piano, no. 2) Sonatina no. 2, in 
G major, [by] Dmitri Kabalevsky. Op. 13. 
Ed, with special annotations by Leo Smit. 
Am-Rus ed © Leeds Music Corp., New 
York, 17Dec48, on foreword, editing & 
special annotations, EP33311. 
24 little pieces, grades 1 and 2. Op. 39. 
For piano, by Dmitri Kabalevsky. [Ed 
with special annotations by Alfred Miro- 
vitch] Am-Ru3 ed © Leeds Music Corp., 
New York, 27Dec48, on foreword & editing, 
EP33823. 

KADDEN, IONE NERISSA BRACK, 1913- 
Mmnesota song; words and music by lone 

Brack Kadden, arrangement by Lloyd 

Plette. © lone N. Kadden; 25Jul48; 

EP33871. Piano-conductor score (band) 

and parts. 
Minnesota song; words and music by lone 

Kadden. 1 lone Nerissa Brack Kadden; 

25Sep48; EP33881. 

KADISON, BERT. 
Flirtin'. See Phillips, Teddy. 

KADISON. PHILIP. , 

(Along Fifth Avenue) A trip doesn t care 
at all; The trip song [from] the musical 
revue Along Fifth Avenue; lyric by Thomas 
B. Howell, music by Philip Kadison. 
© Supreme Music Corp., New York; 
7Feb49; EP34316. 



See HalL David. 



KAGEN, SERGIUS 
Music for the voice; a descriptive list of 
concert and teaching material. New / 
Rinehart 507 p. (The Field of music, 
v 3) © Sergius Kagen; 5Jan49; A28945 

KAHN, GUSTAVE. 
Liza. See Gershwin, George. Show girl. 

KAHN, MARVIN, 

"Practical technic for popular piano playing; 

by Marvin Kahn and Milton Schafer, 

Mills Music, inc., New York; 30Dec48; 

EP32658. 
Take it easy, Arthur 1 Words by Gladys 

Shelley [pseud.], music by Marvin Kahn. 

Ben Bloom Music Corp., New York; 

ljun49; EP37251. 

KAHN, TOMMY, 
Something new s been added, gge. 
Ostrowsky, Abraham M. 

KAIHAN, MAEWA. 
Now is the hour. See. Scott, Clement. 

KAL, JOHN. 
Life of my soul. 

KALASHj CARL. 
Weddin day, words and music by Clari- 
Hayes and Carl Kalash. ms Music 

Corp., New York; HMar49; EP35501. 

KALEOLANI, ALVTN, pseud . See 
Isaacs, Alvin Kaleolani. 

KALINNIKOV, VASILH SERGEEV1CH, 1866- 
1900. 

'Chanson triste- [by] V. Kalinnikov, [arr. 
by Simeon BelhsonJ © Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
19Apr48j on annotation & arrangement; 
EP34515. Score (clarinet and piano) and 
part. 

KALLMAN, CHESTER. 
The rake's progress. See Stravinskii, 
Igor' Fedorovich. 

KALMANOFF, MARTIN. 

Somewhere along the v/ay. See Schroeder, 
Aaron. 
KAMENSKY, ALEXANDER. 

Exoentriade. See Schillinger, Joseph. 

Five pieces. See Schillinger, Joseph. 

KANE, FELIX HENRY, 1911- 
Hail to Columbus University; words and 
music by Felix H. Kane, Jr. © Felix 
Henry Kane, Jr.; 10May49; EP36693. 

KANE, SONNY. 
It's me. See Pleis, Jack. 

KANITZ, ERNEST, 1894- 
Intermezzo concertante; for alto saxophone 
and band, by Ernest Kanitz. © Ernest 
Kanitz; 14Feb49; EU157415. Score. 

Two pieces for clarinet and piano; by 
Ernest Kanitz. Score. © Ernest Kanitz; 
6May49; EU166499. 

KANITZ, ERNST. 
Concert. See Szymanowski, Karol. Concer'o, 
violin . 

KANNER, JERRY. 
Poor old maestro with the fiddle and the 
bow. See Bradshaw, Duke. 

KANTER, BEN. 
The trouble polka. See Laney, King. 

KANTOR, JOSEPH, 1930- 
(Quartet, strings; String quartet in D 
minor [by] Joseph Kantor. © Joseph 
Kantor; 10jan49, EU1 53510. 

KANY, J 
Ehi muchacha; canzone rumba, testo 
italiano di G. Ciocca, musica di J. Kany. 
( With Vigevani, Arnaldo. Va, serenatella) 
© Edizioni Musicali Eldorado, Milano; 
15Dec48; EF12614. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 



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KAPP, BERT. 
I had it comiir" to me; song, words and 
music by Bert Kapp. © Beacon Music 
Co., Joe Davis, owner, New York; 
8Feb49; EPS4147. 

I want the world to know; waltz song, words 
and music by Bert Kapp. © Beacon 
Music Co., Joe Davis, owner, New York; 
12Apr49; EP35781. 

Just in case. See Tivin, Herman. 

Let's keep our city clean. See Welk, 

Lawrence. 
Send me back my letters. See Ryan, 

Tommy. 

KAPP, PAUL. 
Oh, you sweet one. See Jaffe, Moe. 

KARAM, FREDERICK, 1926- 
Dear Lord and Father of mankind; anthem 
for general use, words by John Greenleaf 
Whittier, music by Frederick Karam. 
© Gordon V. Thompson, ltd., Toronto; 
30May49; EF13424. 
The modal trumpet; for organ, by FredencK 
Karam. © BMI Canada, ltd., Toronto; 
9Jun49; EF13428. 

KARDAMES, G 
M'areseis athenala; rumba. Stichol: 
K. Kophiniote", mousikS: G. KardamS. 
© Michael Etienne Gaetanos, Athens; 
280ct48; EF12079. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

KARHU, EDWIN THEODORE, 1911- 
The pilgrim, by Edwin Karhu, arr. for 
male voices by Emil Soderstrom [words 
by John Hjalmer Olson] © Charles W. 
Homeyer & Co., Boston: 27Dec48; 
EP33509. 

KARLFELDT, E. A. 
Sommardansen. See Hylin, Birgltta. 

Svarte Rudolf. See Norrby, Robert. 

KARLFELDT, ERIK AXEL. 
I Lissabon, dar dansa de. See Sundblad, Bo. 

KARLSSON-JULARBO, KARL. 
Avestaforsens brus, vals av Karl Karlsson- 
Jularbo. [text: Svarta Masken, pseud., 
arr.: Syen Siedel] © E. Anderssong 
musikforlag, a.-b., Malmo, Sweden: 
ljan38; EF12225. 

Livet i finnskogarne, vals av Karl Karlsson- 
Jularbo. © E. Anderssons musikforlag, 
a.-b., Malmo, Sweden; ljan38; EF12226. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

KARROW, EDITH MATHILDA. 
Poodle-daddle in the rain. See Knight, Fred. 

KASCHMANN. 
I milioni d'Arlecchino. See Drigo, 
Riccardo. 

KASPER, EDWARD. 
Looking at the same old moon, words and 
music by Edward Kasper. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP33175. 

KASPER, EDWIN H 
Ay -ay -ay, gotta love you till I die-, words 
and music by Dennis R. Ewart, Aaron S. 
Bloom [and] Edwin H. Kasper. © Dreyer 
Music Corp., New York; 8Feb49; EP34235. 

KASSEL, ART. 
Did anyone ask about me? Words and music 
by Art Kassel. © Triangle Music Corp., 
New York; 8Apr49; EP35908. 

KATRIVANOU, D 
Helene; words by Tack Howells, music by 
D. Katrivanou. © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York; 10Feb49 (in 
notice: 1945); EF12986. 

KATTNIGG, RUDOLF, 1895- 
Bel ami, Operette von Fritz Eckhardt, Musik 
von Rudolf Kattnigg. © Tosef Weinberger, 
ltd., London, Heft 1-2, 27Feb49, EF12582- 
12583. 



Bel ami; Operette von Fritz Eckhardt, 
unter Verwendung von Motlven des 
gleichnamigen Romans von Guy de Mau- 
passant, Musik von Rudolf Kattnigg. 
© Josef Weinberger, ltd., Wien; 30Mar49- 
DU19595. Libretto. 

KATZ, BERNARD. 
Oriental night; for the piano, [by] Bernard 
Katz. © Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 
3jun49; EP37594. 

KATZ, JEANETTE. 

After my own heart. See Hall, David. 
KATZ, WILLIAM. 

Situation wanted. See Brown, Nacio Herb. 
The bribe. 

Tomorrow means romance. See Brown, 
Nacio Herb. The kissing banaTt. 

[KATZMAN, HENRY] 1912- 
Shadows fall; words by Len Hopkins, music 
by Henry Manners [pseud.] © BMI 
Canada, ltd., Toronto; 15Mar49; EF12385. 
KAUFER, P A 

Ave Maria; duet for soprano and alto or 
for soprano solo by P. A. Kaufer. Seattle 
Kaufer Co. © P. A. Kaufer; HFeb49; 
EP34268. 

KAUF.FMAN, HELEN, 1908- 
God s gift; sacred song, words and music 
by Helen Kauffman. © Helen Kauffman; 
5Apr49; EP35676. 

Oh I what a life; words & music by Helen 
Kauffman. © Helen Kauffman; 5Apr49; 
EP35677. 

KAUFMAN, GEORGE S 
Animal crackers, [a musical comedy in two 
acts] by George S. Kaufman and Morrie 
Ryskind. © George S. Kaufman; 
10Apr29;DU518. Text only. 

KAUFMANN, LOUISE. 
Songs of praises, [by] Louise Kaufmann, 
[words by] L. K., arr. by Harry Dixon 
Loes. (Ja Hymn lovers' magazine, v.2, 
no.5, p.26) © Louise Kaufmann; 1Nov48; 
B5-8088. Close score: SATB. 

KAVANAGH, J W 1895- 

She is far from the land; words by Thomas 
Moore, music by J. W. Kavanagh. © The 
D'Olier Music Co., Dublin; 5Nov48; 
EF12589. 

KAVANAGH^ PATRICK, 1907- 
At Murphy s farm arrah listen to the 
fiddle; Irish comedy song written and 
composed by Patrick Kavanagh. © The 
D'Olier Music Co., Dublm, 20Jan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EF12882. 
Biddy Flanagan; song waltz written and 
composed by Patrick Kavanagh. © The 
D'Olier Music Co., Dublin, 13Dec48; 
EF12884. 
KAVANAUGH, SEAMUS, 1880- 
Three lovely lasses in Bannion [by Delya 
Murphy and Seamus Kavanaugh] London, 
Box and Cox Publications. © Walton's 
Piano & Musical Instrument Galleries 
(Publication Dept.) ltd., lFeb40, EF12603. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation. 

KAWAMURA, MASAMI. 
Just dream of you. See Hall, David. 

KAY, ALITA. 
Suzy Lou. See Hall, David. 

[KAY, EDWARD J ] 1899- 

(The Lawton story) Rignt under my nose; 
from The Lawton story, lyrics by Steven 
Edwards [pseud.], music by Andy Page 

Sseud.] Los Angeles, Kaybee Music Co. 
HaUmark Productions, inc.; HFeb49; 
EP34989. 

KAY, JULIAN. 
Call me darlin', do; words and music by 
Spade Cooley, Terry Shand and Julian 
Kay. © Hill & Range Songs, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif., 3Mar49; EP34947. 



See Elias, Frederick G. 



KAY, SYDNEY JOHN. 
Love me, sailor, words by Russell Scott, 
music by Sydney John Kay. © The 
Sterling Music Publishing Co., Sydney; 
20Oct48; EF11623. 

KAY, ULYSSES SIMPSON, 1917- 
*Suite for orchestra; in five movements, 
[by] Ulysses Kay. © Broadcast Music, 
inc. New York; 17Dec48, EP33203. 
Miniature score. 

KAYE, ANN. 
Tears of love. 

KA.YE, BUDpY. 
"A" - you re adorable. See Lippman, 
Sidney. 

Don't tell my heart. See Cohen, Gertrude. 

Start the day with a song. See Manning, 
Dick. 

You're finding out how much I love you. 
See Lampl, Carl. 

KAYE, CAB. 
Your little spare room; words and music 
by Cab Kaye. © The Peter Maurice Music 
Co., ltd., London; 23Dec48; EF12085. 

KAYE, ERNEST. 
Come away, death; the words by William 
Shakespeare, set to music by Ernest 
Kaye. © The Oxford Univ. Press, London- 
24Feb49; EF12953. 

KAYE, FRANKLIN JOSEPH, 1894- 
King s College march; words and music 
by Franklin J. Kaye, [Sr. and Jr.] 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Kaye Art Studio. 
©Franklin J. Kaye and Son, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa.; 3Jun49; EP37339. 

KAYE, JULES LEONARD. 

Cuckoo waltz. See Jonasson, J. Emanuel. 
KAYE, SAMMY. 

I got a gal in Galveston. See Greene, 
George. 

KAZACSAY, TIBOR VON. 

Am Meeresstrande; [by] Tibor von Kazacsay. 
Op. 25, no. 2. © Associated Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York (in notice: F. E. C. 
Leuckart, Leipzig); 30Nov21; EF12970. 
For piano. 

Aus dem Orient, [by] Tibor von Kazacsay. 
Op. 19 © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York (in notice: F. E. C. 
Leuckart, Leipzig); 30Nov21; EF12968. 
For piano. 

Im Schlossgarten von Potsdam; [by J Tibor 
von Kazacsay. Op. 25, no. 1. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York (in 
notice: F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig); 
30Nov21; EF12969. For piano. 

KEATES, JAMES EDWARD, 1900- 
Each day the best; music by James E. 
Keates, words by A. T. Skyrme. © James 
E. Keates; 17Sep48; EF13297. 

Life's bouquet; words by Doris Greening, 

music by James E. Keates. © James E. 

Keates; 280ct48; EF13303. 
The unthroned King; words by A. T. Skyrme, 

music by James E. Keates. © James E. 

Keates; 280ct48; EF13302. 

KEATS JOHN. 
Meg Merrilies. See Green, Russell. 

KEELER, EVELYN HEATON. 
You are gone. See Richard, Leo. 

KEELER, HAROLD EMERSON. 
Happy tunes for happy children. See 
Schroeder, Flora. 

KEELER, LOIS SCHILDS. 
Happy tunes for happy children. See 
Schroeder, Flora. 

KEENE, WILLIAM HERBERT 1916- 
Good news songs, by W. H. Bill" Keene. 
Seattle, Good News Songs. © William 
Herbert Keene; 5Dec48; EP32611. Hymns 
with music. 



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KEITH, GEORGE D 
Journey of the swagmen; by George D. 
Keith. © Remick Music Corp., New 
York; 25Apr49; EP36338. Score (flute, 
oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon and piano) 
and parts. 

KEJVING, WALTER. 

Jean Sjoman. See Bergstrom, Gulli. 
Hotell Kakbrinken. 
KELFER, TRUDY, pseud . See 

Ferkel, Leona. 

KELLER, EDWARD McD. 
High School cadets. See Sousa, John 

Philip. 
The trombone's tribunal; [by] Don Keller. 

© E. McD. Keller; 13Apr4ff; EP36256. 

Piano- conductor score (band) and parts. 

KELLER, HOMER, 1915- 

A (Fantasy and fugue, organ) Fantasy and 
fugue; [by] Homer Keller. (Contemporary 
organ series, no. 22) © The H. W. Gray 
Co., inc., New York; 28Jan49; EP34160. 

KELLY, MILDRED. 
Pal-ing around with you. See Keyes, Gladys. 

KELSO, HAZEL, 1915- 
Moonlight on the Kansas prairies; words 
& music by Hazel Kelso. © Sunflower 
Music Publishing Corp., Wayside, Kan.; 
18Apr49; EP36129. 

KEMP, CLINTON A 
Lovin' you; words and music by Clinton 
A. Kemp. New York, Clinton A. Kemp 
Music Co. © Clinton A. Kemp; 24Jun49; 
EP37469. 
[KEMP, GEORGE R ] 1909- 

[A modern course for] piano; [prepared by 
the U. S. School of Music staff, George 
R. Kemp and Jane M. Kolb] © U. S. 
School of Music, New York; HApr49; 
on new music arrangements, new text & 
illustrations; AA114441. 
KEMPE, EDITH. 
Waiting just for you. See Richard, Leo. 

KENDALL, BEN. 
Let's go on a picnic. See Gossec, Francis. 

On the farm. See Bizet, Georges. Carmen. 

KENDALL, ROSS C 1886- 

Wooden shoes; words and music by Ross C. 
Kendall. © Ross C. Kendall; 31Jan49; 
EU156071. Score (4 clarinets) and parts 
(piano, trumpet and violin); with words. 

KENNEDY, AMANDA. 
Star of the east, Christmas song by A. 
Kennedy, [words by] G. Cooper, [ed. by 
Robert Marden] © Amsco Music Publish- 
ing Co., New York; 150ct48; on revision; 
EP34422. Copies for high, medium and 
low voice. 
Star of the sea; reverie, by Amanda 
Kennedy. Simplified arrangement for 
piano four hands by Louis Sugarman. 
(In Sugarman, Louis, arr. Marks 
simplified piano duet album, p. 30-31) 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 15Feb49; on arrangement; EP34346. 

KENNEDY, HAMILTON. 
How can you buy Killarney? See Steels, 

Ted. 
KENNEDY, JAMES, 1902- 
A chapter in my life called Mary. See 

Simon, Nat. 
Clouds in the sunset; by Jimmy Kennedy. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 
York, 21Apr49; EP36178. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

Dreamy Devon. See Simon, Nat. 
Merry-go-round waltz. See Finn, Arthur. 

My twilight song; words by Charles Tobias, 
music by Jimmy Kennedy. © Campbell- 
Connelly, inc., New York; 5May49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP36941. 

A rose of Rio, by Jimmy Kennedy. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., 
New York; 29Dec48; EP32533. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 



Songs to a small guitar. See Hayes, Elton. 

Where flamingoes fly. See Spoliansky, 

Mischa. 
KENNEDY, JANET R. 
See Songs that children know. 

KENNEDY, JOHN WARNER, 1907- 
Which Tony has the twin? [By J Gaff ield & 
Kennedy. © Eli W. Gaffield & John War- 
ner Kennedy; 15Mar49; EP35025. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

KENNEDY, MARGERY M comp. 

"Piano student's repertoire; [comp.] by 
Margery M, Kennedy and Peter C. 
Kennedy, [music by Bessie M. Kerr, 
George Hurst and others] (Her Kennedy 
piano series, bk. 3) © Gordon V. Thomp- 
son, ltd., Toronto; 250ct48; EF11587. 

KENNEDY, PETER CRIGHTON. 
Piano student's repertoire. See Kennedy, 
Margery M. 

KENNEDY, TED. 
Play me a rhumba. Vamos prietita. 
English words by Lenke McCall, music 
by Ted Kennedy, Spanish words by Carmen 
Marcia. © Beacon Music Co., Joe Davis, 
owner, New York; ljul49, EP37988. 

KENNEDY, TOM. 
Tig-um-tu. See Hillebrand, Fred. 

KENNEY, JACK. 
Welcome home, stranger; stranger, welcome 
home; by Jack Kenney. © Capitol Songs, 
inc., New York; 22Apr49: EP36283. For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols. 



See 



KENNY, CHARLES F 



1898- 



Beyond the purple hills; words and music 
by Nick and Charles Kenny. © Goldmine 
Music, inc., New York, 150ct48 (in notice: 
1947);EP35179. 

Scattered toys; [words] by Nick Kenny, 
[music by] Charles Kenny. © Goldmine 
Music, inc., New York; lMay49; EP37191. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

KENNY, NICK A. 
Beyond the purple hills. See Kenny, 

Charles F. 
Scattered toys. See Kenny, Charles F . 

KENSLER, GLADYS JOHNSON, 1899- 
It's grand to be an American; words and 
music by Gladys Johnson Kensler [arr. by 
Randolph Raeburn] © Gladys Johnson 
Kensler; 15Mar49; EP36305. 

KENT, DICK. 
After hours. See Gaynor, Charles. Lend 

an ear. 
Ballade. See Gaynor, Charles. Lend an 

ear. 
Bar room polka. See Horton, Vaughn. 

Doin' the old yahoo step. See Gaynor, 

Charles. Lend an ear. 
Give me valleys and mountains out West. 

See Meany, Ray. 
I hear. See Cooper, Edward. 

I'm not in love. See Gaynor, Charles. 

Lend an ear. 
Join us in a cup of tea. See Gaynor, Charles. 

Lend an ear. 
Neurotic you and psychopathic me. See 

Gaynor, Charles. Lend an ear. 
Once upon a winter -time. See Worth, 

Bobby. Melody time. 
Part-time sweetheart. See Canton, Don. 
Petticoat lane. See Redmond, John. 
The poi vendor. See Dominici, Helo. 
Polynesian love song. See King, Charles E. 

Where is the she for me? See Gaynor, 

Charles. Lend an ear. 
Who can tell? See Luypaerts, Guy Georges. 



KENT, H. R., pseud . 
Seredy, Julius S. 

KENT, WALTER, 1911- 
I'm oh! so lonesome tonight; words by 

Bob Merrill, music by Walter Kent. 

© Songs, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 16jun49; 

EP37324. 
Ya gotta buy, buy, buy for baby, or baby's 

gonna say bye bye. See Farrar, Walton. 

KENTON, JIMMY. 
Oklahoma waltz; words and music by Jimmy 
Kenton. © Peer International Corp., New 
York; 25Nov48; EP34725. 

KENTON, STAN. 
Abstraction; composed by Stan Kenton 

& Pete Rugolo, scored by Pete Rugolo. 

© Leslie Music Corp., New York; 5Apr49; 

EP35713. Score: orchestra. 
Capitol punishment; composed by Stan 

Kenton & Pete Rugolo, scored by Pete 

Rugolo. © Leslie Music Corp., New York; 

5Apr49; EP35717. Score: orchestra. 

Chorale for brass, piano and bongo; com- 
posed by Stan Kenton & Pete Rugolo, 
scored by Pete Rugolo. © Leslie Music 
Corp., New York; 5Apr49; EP35714 

Rhythm, inc.; composed by Stan Kenton 
& Pete Rugolo, scored by Pete Rugolo. 
© Leslie Music Corp., New York; 
5Apr49; EP35716. Score: orchestra. 

KENTWELL, WILBUR D 
Until I first met you; song, words and 
music by Wilbur D. Kentwell. © The 
Sterling Music Publishing Co., Sydney; 
9Mar49; EF13340. 

KEN YON, GERRY. See 
Kenyon, Victor G. 

KENYON, VICTOR G. 
Ramblings of 1948. See Donovan, Albert M. 

KEPPEL-JONES, EILEEN. 
Water babies; by Eileen Keppel-Jones, 
fourteen seaside pieces for children. 
© Alfred Lengnick & Co., ltd,, London; 
21Dec48; EF11978. For piano. 
KERpOCK, JOHN. 
Ain't no use. See Hall, David. 

KERGEL, FRANCES HOLMES, 1911- 
The peppermint princess, words: Lucile 
Enos, music: Frances Kergel. © Frances 
Holmes Kergel & Margaret Lucile Enos; 
27Jan49; EP33999. 

KERLIN, ADELE S. 
Let it rain, oh, let it rain. See Conroy, 
Tom. 

KERN, JEROME, 1885-1945. 

(The girl from Utah) They didn't believe 
me; fox-trot, lyric by Herbert Reynolds, 
music by Jerome Kern, dance orch. arr. 
by Jack Mason. © T. B. Harms Co., New 
York; 2Feb49; on arrangement; EP34162. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

I dream too much, [byj Jerome Kern, con- 
cert paraphrase by Herman Wasserman. 
© T. B. Harms Co., New York, 4Apr49; on 
arrangement, EP36184. For piano. 

(Roberta) Symphonic memories of Roberta; 
by Jerome Kern. For orchestra by Robert 
Russell Bennett. © T. B. Harms Co., 
New York; HMar49, on arrangement; 
EU160581. Score. 

Show boat; [by] Jerome Kern, [arr.] by 
Russell Bennett. © T. B. Harms Co., 
New York; 3jan49; on arrangement; 
EU156098. Score: orchestra. 

Symphonic memories of Roberta. See 
nis Roberta. 

They didn't believe me. See his The girl 
from Utah. 
KERR, AVELYN M 1890- 

Beneath the shadow; Psalm 36:7, poem 
by Laura Gerahty, music by Avelyn M. 
Kerr. © The Harmony Music Publishers, 
Chicago; lDec48; EP33650. 



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KERR, AVELYN M. 



1890- Cont'd. 



The great supper; [words from] Luke 14, 
poem by Blanche Nelson, music by 
Avelyn M. Kerr. © The Harmony Music 
Publishers, Chicago; lDec48; EP33652. 

Right where you are. See Barrett, 
Grace O. 

KERR, MARGARET R 
In my beautiful garden of love, words and 
music by Margaret R. Kerr © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; 
EP32960. 

KERR, PHILLIP STANLEY, 1906- 
He is risen; [by] Phil Kerr [words by] 
Esther V. Peterson. ( With his I'm 
looking forward) © Esther V. Peter- 
son; 21Mar49; EP35223. Close score: 
SATB. 

I'm looking forward; [by] Phil Kerr 
[words by] Esther V. Peterson. © Esther 
V. Peterson; 21Mar49; EP35222. Close 
score SATB. 
KERR, ROBERT NOLAN. 
Little players growing up; a piano book, 
by Robert Nolan Kerr. © Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 18Apr49; 
EP36188. 

KERR, SAMMY, pseud . See 
Kreider, Sam. 

KERR, WALTER. 
Sing out, Sweet land. Se£ Sing out, sweet 
land. 

KERr., WILLIAM JAMES. 
Rainy evening sweetheart. See Mann, 
Frederick John. 

KESSEL, BARNEY. 
Swedish pastry, composed by Barney 
Kessel, arr. by Cy Oliver. New York, 
Regent Music Corp. (Giggin' series) 
© Harman Music, inc.; 9Feb49 (in notice: 
1948) EP34367. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

KESSEL, BERNHARD. 
Atom buster; piano solo, by Bernard Kessel. 
© American Academy of Music, inc., 
New York; 4Apr49; EP35638. 

Slick chick; piano solo, by Bernard Kessel. 
© American Academy of Music, inc., New 
York; 4Apr49; EP35643. 

KESSELL, GERVASIO. 
Mi mala situacion; son montuno, letra y 
musica de G. Kessell, arreglo de J. C. 
Fumero. © Peer International Corp., 
Habana; 8Jun48; EF13059. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 

iQue temblor me da! Son montuno, letra y 
musica de Gervasio Kessell, arreglo de 
Perez Prado. © Peer International Corp., 
Habana; 12Aug48 ; EF12398. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words. 



KESSLER, WILLIAM V 



1903- 



A complete modern drum method: by Cozy 
Cole and William V. Kessler. © Thomas- 
Cole Publishing Co., inc., New York; 
20Dec48; EP36079. Cover title: Sensa- 
tional drum book. 

KETELBEY, ALBERT WILLIAM. 

Remembrancer adapted by the composer 
from [his] Cockney suite and Sanctuary of 
the heart. Elegy [by] Albert W. Ketelbey, 
arr. Harold Moss. © Bosworth & Co., 
ltd., London; 140ct47; on adaptation with 
new matter; EF12197. Parts: band. 

Skitty kitty; a feline dance, piano novelty 
with orchestra [by] Dennis Charlton 
[pseud.] © Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; 
20Apr48 (In notice- 1947); EF12189. 
Violin-conductor score (piano and orches- 
tra) and parts. 

KETOLA, SADY. 
Dancing, romancing. See Hall, David. 



KETTERING, EUNICE LEA. 

A dirge for a righteous kitten [by] Eunice 
Lea Kettering [words by] Vachel Lindsay. 
(Octavo edition, no. 4149) © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago; 28Jun49; EP34001. 
Score: soprano, chorus (SSA) and piano 
reduction. 

The moon's the north wind's cooky [or] 
What the little girl said; S.S.A., [by] 
Eunice Lea Kettering, [words by] Vachel 
Lindsay. (Octavo edition, no. 4148) 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
31Jan49; EP34004. 

The sun says his prayers, S„S.A„, [by] 
Eunice Lea Kettering [words by] Vachel 
Lindsay. (Octavo edition, no. 4147) 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
28Jan49; EP34002. 



KEYES, BARON. 
This way to paradise. 



See A*Dair, Jeanne. 



KEYES, GLADYS. 
Pal-ing around with you; lyric by Geraldine 
DuBois, music by Gladys Keyes and 
Mildred Kelly. © Pickwick Music Corp.. 
New York; 17Mar49; EP35088. 

Pal-ing around with you; lyric by Geraldine 
DuBois, music by Gladys Keyes and 
Mildred Kelly, arr. by Ralph Flanagan. 
© Pickwick Music Corp., New York; 
23May49; on arrangement; EP37292. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

KEYS, F. BRAMLEY. 
Look on the fields, for they are white unto 
harvest. See Poynter, Arthur R. 

KEYWOOD, RUTH DURHAM. 
I m waiting just waiting for you, words & 
music by Ruth Durham Keywood. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32961. 
KHACHATURIAN, ARAM IL'lCH, 1904- 
Dance of the rose maidens. See his 
Gayane. 

~ (Gayane) Dance of Ayshe; from Gayne 
ballet [by] Khachaturian. Transcription 
fbyj Jascha Heifetz. Am-Rus ed. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
27Dec48; on transcription; EP32768. 
Score (violin and piano) and part. 

(Gayane) Dance of the rose maidens; from 
Gayne ballet, [by] Aram Khachaturian, 
transcribed for piano by H. Swarsenski. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 290ct48; 
on transcription; EP35915. 

"(Gayane) Lesginka; from Gayne ballet 
[by] Aram Khachaturian; transcribed 
by Victor Babin. Am-Rus ed. © Leeds 
Music Corp., New York; 27Dec48; on 
transcription; EP32770. 2 scores for 
2 pianos. 

(Gayane) Saber dance; from Gayanne 
ballet, [by] Aram Khachaturian, [arr. by] 
Jerzy Fitelberg. © Associated Music 
Publishers, inc., New York (in notice: 
Russian -American Music Publishers, 
inc.); 12Mar48; on arrangement; EP37449. 
Score (solo instrument and piano) and 
parts for saxophone, clarinet or trumpet, 
and trombone or bassoon. 

(Gayane) Saber dance; from Gayanne 
ballet, by Aram Khachaturian, concert 
transcription for piano by Vladimir Padwa. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York (in notice- Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc.); 30Mar48, on 
transcription; EP37455. 

(Gayane) Saber dance; from Gayanne 
ballet [by] Aram Khachaturian [for] ac- 
cordion, arr. by Joe Sedlon. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc., New York (in 
notice Russian-American Music Pub- 
lishers, inc.), 2Jun48, on arrangement; 
EP37453. 

Gayne ballet. See his Gayane. 



"(Masquerade suite) Gallop; from Mas- 
querade suite [by] Aram Khachaturian, 
arr. for small orchestra by Rosario 
Bourdon. © Leeds Music Corp., New 
York; 21Feb49; on arrangement; EP34874. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

"(Masquerade suite) Gallop; from Masquer- 
ade suite, by Aram Khachaturian, scored 
for band by Erik Leidzen. © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 21Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34875. Condensed score (band) 
and parts. 

(Masquerade suite) Waltz; from Masquer- 
ade suite [by] Aram Khachaturian, arr. 
by Rosario Bourdon. Am-Rus ed. 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 29Apr49; 
on arrangement; EP36536. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

"(Masquerade) Waltz; ^rom the incidental 
music to Lermontov's play Masquerade, 
by Aram Khachaturian, transcribed for 
piano by A. Doloukhanian, ed. by Harold 
Sheldon. [Am-Rus ed.] © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 17Dec48; on editing; 
EP33310. 

Saber dance. See his Gayane. 

Waltz. See his Masquerade suite. 

KHOURY, EDWARD A. 
My silent prayer. See Gindhart, Thomas J. 

HDD, MRS . RAY. 
Agony. See Richard, Leo. 

KIDNER, IRENE. 
I should have told you. See Hall, David. 

KIDWELL, HARPO 
Moss covered mill; words and music by 
Pete Cassell and Harpo Kidwell. 'O Peer 
International Corp., New York; 19May49; 
EP37618 

KTEFABER ELIZABETH M. 
I will drink no alcohol. See Johnson, 
Joseph G. 

KIENZL, WILHELM, 1857-1941. 
"(Quartet, strings) Quartett, [by] Wilhelm 
Kienzl. Op. 113. Fur 2 Violinen, Bratsche 
und Violoncell, E-dur. Partitur. © Uni- 
versal-Edition, Wien; lNov41; EF12242. 

KIERULFF, WILLY, 1900-1944. 
Den lille ring du gav mig, bragte lykke; 
musik: Willy Kierulff, tekst: Carl Viggo 
Meincke. 4. opl. © Jac. Boesens musik- 
forlag a/s, KoWihavn; 15jan37; EF13542. 

KILA, ALAN. 
Blue ocean; words and music by Cliff 
Bernal and Alan Kila, arr. by Bernie 
Kaai. © Ray Meany, d.b.a. Polynesian 
Songs, Oakland, Calif., 10jun49; EP37680. 

KILHAM, GENE. 
How lonely can you get? Words and music 
by Gene Kilham. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 4Apr49, EP35654. 

KILPATRICK, JACK FREDERICK. 
Cherokee autumn dance, [by] Jack Frederick 
Kiipatrick. © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 31Jan49; EP34005. For piano. 

KINDIG, L JAMES, 1896- 

Begln the day with a song [by] L. James 
Klndlg. © L. James Kindig; 23Feb49; 
EP34598. Close score: SATB. 

He sends His sunshine [by] L. James Kindig. 
© L. James Kindig; lAug48; EP33916. 
Close score: SATB. 

KINDLER, HANS. 
Chanson russe. See Musorgskii, Modest 
Petrovich. 



Love music. 
Petrovich. 



See Musorgskii, Modest 
Boris Godunov. 



Wedding procession. See Mozart, Johann 
Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. Le 
nozze di Figaro. 
KINDRED, RUBY. 
Deep in my heart I know I love you. 
See Hall, David. 



J (Hi 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



KING, AGNE, pseud . See 
Fredriksson, Agnes. 

KING, ARTHUR C 
In spite of it all I still believe in you» words 
and music by Arthur C. King. © Llewellyn 
Music Co., New York; 28Jan49; EP33913. 

KING, CHARLES E 
Hawaiian cowboy s song. Kilakila Haleakala. 

Words and music by Chas. E. King. 

© Southern Music Pub., Co., inc., New 

York; 30Dec48; EP36400. 
My hula girl smiles; words and music by 

Chas. E. King. © Southern Music Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 22Feb49; 

EP36428. 
Polynesian love song. Ko aloha ka'u e 

hupoi. Words and music by Chas. E. 

King, piano arrangement by Dick Kent. 

© Southern Music Publishing Co., inc., 

New York; 22Feb49; EP36429. 
She rolled her naughty hula eyes at me; 

words and music by Chas. E. King. 

© Southern Music Publishing Co., inc., 

New York; 22Feb49; EP36430. 

KING, CHARLOTTE MARY. 
On that beautiful highway to heaven. See 
Van Sickle, Robert. 

KING, E CLARKE, 1894- 

Sing! America; words & music by E. Clarke 
King. Dayton, Ohio, King Pub. Co. © E. 
Clarke King; 16Dec48; EP34240. 
KING, ELTON, pseud . See 
Elkington, David. 

KING, ELVIN EDDIE. 
I want you to remember me. See Hall, 
David. 
KING, ERWIN. 
Santa's on his way, by Steve Nelson and 
Erwin King. © Hill & Range Songs inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 2Feb49; EP34288. 
For voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols. 
Tennessee tears; words and music by 
Ernie Lee and Erwin King. © Ernest 
Tubb Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
7Apr49; EP36009. 
Waltz of the Alamo, words and music by 
Erwin King. © Hill & Range Songs, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 20Apr49, EP36226. 

KING, JANIE. 
Whispering love. 



See Tobin, Louis. 



KING, LOTUS RAY, pseud . See 
Ballard, Edna W. 

KING, LOUISE. 
Each day I grow a little nearer. See 
Martin, Roberta Evelyn. 

KING, RALPH, pseud . See 
Coldrey, Albert George Jeffery. 

KING, RICHARD. 

If you can forget; words and music by 
Richard King. St. Petersburg, Fla., 
Melody Makers. © Earl J. Edwards; 
18Aug48; EP34303. 

With all my heart; words and music by 
Richard King. St. Petersburg, Fla., 
Melody Makers. © Earl J. Edwards; 
18Aug48; EP34302. 

KING, STANFORD, 1912- 

April mist; by Stanford King. © Clayton 
F. Summy Co., Chicago; 24Feb49; 
EP34467. For piano. 

At a gay cotillion; by Stanford King. 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 
5Apr49; EP35634. For piano. 

At the ice ballet; by Stanford King. 
© Clayton F„ Summy Co., Chicago; 
5Apr49; EP35631. For piano. 

Dance of the China doll, piano solo by 
Stanford King. © Mills Music, Inc., 
New York; 31Dec48; EP32"S8. 



Dance of the Dutch doll, piano solo by 
Stanford King. © Mills Music, Inc., 
New York; 31Dec48; EP32759. 

Down by the station. See Gaillard, Slim. 

Fiddle-faddle. See Anderson, Leroy. 

Gay carousel, piano solo by Stanford King. 
© Mills Music, Inc., New York; 31Dec48; 
EP32761. 

Heads up, march for piano solo by Stanford 
King. © The Boston Music Co., Boston; 
20Apr49; EP36187. 

In old Arizona; a piano solo by Stanford 
King. © Theodore Presser Co., Phila- 
delphia; 25Apr49; EP36511. 

Kangaroo kapers; piano solo by Stanford 
King. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; EP32683 

Let's learn about music; a music apprecia- 
tion book of sixteen piano solos with 
accompanying text by Stanford King. 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 31Dec48; 
on simplified piano solo arrangements; 
EP32690. 

Miami moon; for piano, [by] Stanford King. 
([Pub. order] no. 28024) © Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 19May49; 
EP37118. 

On a starlit lake; for the piano [by] Stan- 
ford King. ([Pub. order no.] 130-41002) 
© Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 
10jun49; EP37652. 

On skis; piano solo by Stanford King. © The 
Boston Music Co., Boston; HMay49; 
EP36942. 

Tuneful frolics; early grade piano pieces, 
by Stanford King. © Chart Music Pub- 
lishing House, inc., Chicago; 21Apr49; 
EP36233. 

Twelve o'clock waltz; for piano [by] Stanford 
King. ([Pub. order no.] 110-40017) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, 
Pa., 14Jun49; EP37736. 

The whirling windmill; piano solo by 
Stanford King. © The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 6Jun49; EP37572. 

Whispering winds; piano solo by Stanford 
King. © Mills Music, inc., New York, 
31Dec48; EP32689. 

KING. WALTER. 
Don t let love pass you by. See James, Vic. 

KING, ZELMA. 
You-you-you, words and music by Zelma 
King. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 21Jun48; EP32844. 

KING- FISHER, EDITH E. 

The summons. See Noble, Thomas 
Tertius. 
KINKADE, ARLIE. 

Kinkade's log cabin folio. See Hall, Flavil. 

KINNEY, ANNA M. 
God careth for thee. See Whitaker, 
Sophronia E. 

KINNEY CURTIS ALVIN, 1917- 
The gates will swing wide for me; [by] 
Curtis A. McKinney. (In Homeland har- 
mony, no. 24) © James R. McCoy, 
4Dec48; EP35299. Close score: SATB; 
shape -note notation. 

KINNEY JACK LANIER, 1925- 
Headin for the city in the sky; [by Hack L. 
Kinney. (In. Homeland harmony. No. 25) 
© Connor B. Hall; 4Dec48; EP35298. 
Close score: SATB; shape-note notation. 

KTNSEY, CURLEY. See 
Kinsey, Paul. 

KINSEY, PAUL. 
I've just told Mama goodbye; by Slim Sweet 
and Curley Kinsey. © Acuff-Rose Publi- 
cations, Nashville; 20Apr49; EP36118. 
For voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols. 



KINTON, EDDIE. 
Down comes the rain. See Simpson, Jack. 

KINZER, LARRY ALBERT, 1913- 
Hail! to old Hargrave: words and music by 
Larry A. Kinzer. © Larry Albert Kinzer; 
27May49; EP37512. 

KIRBY, LUTHER HERBERT, 1917- 
It's love again; words & music by Luther 
Kirby. © Luther Herbert Kirby, Jr.; 
5Mar49; EP34622. 
She handed me a flower; words & music 
by Luther Kirby. © Luther Herbert 
Kirby, jr.; 22Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34T26. 
KIRCHHOFF, GOTTFRIED, 1685-1746. 
Aria and ngaudon; [bv| Gottfried Kirch- 
hoff, ham adaptation by Marcel Grand- 
jany. © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York; 3Jun49; on adaptation; 
EP37700. 

[KIRCHSTEIN, HAROLD M 1 

La raspa, words and music by Albert 
Gamse and Harold Grant [pseud.] 
© Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., New 
York; 3Jan49; EP32797. 

KIRK, LESLEY. 
Hail, Chicago, hail, [from the Travel-talk, 
Night life in Chicago]; words and music 
by Lesley Kirk. © Robbins Music Corp., 
New York; 31Jan49; EP34813. 

KIRKELL, MIRIAM H. 
Partners all--places all! 44 enjoyable square 
and folk dances for everyone, by Miriam H 
Kirkell [and] Irma K. Schaffnit; illus. by 
Deirdre Baird. [1st ed.] 129 p. 
© E. P. Dutton & Co., inc., New York; 
17Jan49; A29104. 

KITZMULLER, LEOPOLD, 1901- jgd,. 

*Orchesterstudien fur Kontrabass, ver- 
fasst und hrsg. von Leopold Kitzmuller. 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky) K.G., Wien; 5. Heft, 24Sep48; 
EF12630. 

KLAESON, HARRY. 

Song of the Fuller brush man. See Buck, 
Ronald. 
KLANN, MAX. 

Itchy kitchy koo. 



See Springer, Rudy. 



KLEIN, JOHN. 
Come sweet death. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. Komm susser Tod. 

Minuet. See Boccherini, Luigi. Quintet, 
2 violins, viola & 2 violoncellos, op. 13, 
no. 5. 

KLEIN, JOHN, 1915- 
(Gotham suite) Bronx bouree [from] Gotham 
suite, for piano [by] John Klein. © As- 
sociated Music Publishers, inc., New 
York; 19May49; EP37037. 
(Gotham suite) Brooklyn boogie [from] 
Gotham suite, for piano [by J John Klein. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 19May49; EP37038. 
(Gotham suite) Manhattan pavane [iromj 
Gotham suite, for piano [by] John Klein. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 19May49; EP37039. 

(Gotham suite) Queens minuet; [from] 
Gotham suite. For piano [by] John Klein. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 19May49; EP37036. 

(Gotham suite) Richmond gavotte [iromj 
Gotham suite, for piano [by] John Klein. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 19May49; EP37040. 

klein, john Mclaughlin, 1915- 

Ah. tra la la, your kiss! Lyrics by Pearl 
Stevens [pseud.], music by Johnny Klein. 
© Broadcast Music, Inc., New York; 
14Dec48; EP33205. 

KLEIN, MAYNARD. 
The passion of our Lord Jesus Christ. See 
Schiitz, Heinrich. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



KLEINSINGER, GEORGE. 
Brooklyn baseball cantata; a humorous 
cantata for mixed voices, S.A.T.B., or 
male chorus, T.T.B.B., soloists and 
piano, text by Michael Stratton [pseud.] 
music by George Kleinsinger. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 4Apr49; EP35656. 

KLEMM, EDWARD H 
They never told me. Niemand kann sagen. 
Fox trot, words and music by Roberta K. 
Klemm and Edward H. Klemm, German 
words by Fred Braun. © Edition Bristol- 
American Music, Frank Sobotka, New 
York; 30Dec48; EP36689. 

KLEMM, GUSTAV, 1897-1947. 
Sing on! sing on! my land forevermore 
[by] Gustav Klemm, [words by] Adele 
Marie Shaw. ( [Pub. order] no. 8449) 
© J. Fischer &Bro., New York; 14Feb49; 
EP34572. Score: TTBar and piano. 
KLEMM, ROBERTA K. 
They never told me. See Klemm, Edward H. 

KLEMONT, pseud . See 
Nicelli, Ernesto. 

KLENAU, PAUL VON, 1883-1946. 
Die Weise von Liebe und Tod des Cornets 
Christogh Rilke, von Rainer Maria 
Rilke, fur Bariton-Solo, Chor und 
Orchester von Paul v. Klenau. Kla- 
vierauszug mit Text von Alois Haba. 
(Edition nr. 6596) © Universal -Edition, 
A.G.. Wien; 31May21; on arrangement; 
EF11593. 

KLENNER, JOHN. 
Rachmones. See Burnett, Ernest M. 

KLICKMANN, F HENRI, 1895- 

The blue room. See Rodgers, Richard. 

The girl friend. 
La cumparsita. See Matos Rodriguez, 

Gherardo Hernau. 
Dark eyes. See Salami, A. 

Estrellita. See Ponce, Manuel Maria. 

Golden era hit songs; ed. and arr. by 
F. Henri Klickmann. © Alfred Music Co., 
inc., New York; 20Apr49; on arrangement 
& revision; EP36983. 

I'll be back when the Easter lilies bloom; 
words by Charles B. Marks, music by 
F. Henri Klickmann. © King Music Pub- 
lishing Corp., New York; 18Mar49; 
EP35667. 

Jumbo note Latin Americana; for the 
elementary pianist, arr. by F. Henri 
Klickmann. © Chas. H. Hansen Music 
Co., New York; 21Feb49; EP34577. 

Jumbo note polkas; for the elementary 
pianist, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann. 
© Chas. H. Hansen Music Co., New York; 
lAug48; EP34970. 

March of the toys. See Herbert, Victor. 
Babes in Toyland. 

See and hear basic recorded accordion 
course. See Burns, Beryl D. 

KLINE, ROBERT W. 
You think I won't. See Hall, David. 

KLINE, RUSSELL. 
I'm falling for you like the stars fall from 
heaven. See Hall, David. 

KLOCEK, JAN, 1914- arr. 

Polish songs and dances; arr. by Jan 
Klocek. A. A. A. notation. (AMPCO 
library, no. 824) © Accordion Music 
Publishing Co,, New York; 24Jan49; 
EP34054. 

KLOOS, CHARLES RAYMOND, 1909- 
Write your own music; by C. Raymond 
Kloos. New York, Newmount Pub. Co. 
© Charles Raymond Kloos; llF°b49; 
A31810. 



KNAB, ARMIN, 1881- 
Drei Marienlegenden aus den Wunderhorn- 
Liedern, [by] Armin Knab. (Edition 
Breitkopf, Nr. 5576) © Breitkopf Publica- 
tions, inc. New York, (in notice: Breit- 
kopf & Ha'rtel, Leipzig); 15Dec21; 
EF12964. For voice and piano. 

KNAFLTTSCH, JOSEF 1907- 
I brauch belm Wfein kan Tropfenzahler; 
Muslk von Josef Knaflltsch, Worte von 
Fritz Feldner. © Wiener Operetten Ver- 
lag, g.m.b.h., Wien; llFeb42; EF12310. 

KNAPP, MRS . JOSEPH F 
Open the gates of the Temple, anthem for 
junior & senior choirs, words by Fanny 
Crosby, music by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp, 
arr. by C. Albert Scholin. St. Louis, 
Hunleth Music Co. © C. Albert Scholin; 
3Jan49; on arrangement; EP32641. 

Open the gates of the temple, S. A. T. B., 
music by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp, words 
by Fanny Crosby, arr. by Wayne Howorth. 
(Octavo no. 917) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 19Jan49; on arrangement; EP33765. 

Open the gates of the temple; S.A.T.B. with 
incidental soprano or tenor solo. Words 
by Fanny Crosby, music by Mrs. J. F. 
Knapp, arr, by Stuart Churchill. 
© Shawnee Press, inc., East Stroudsburg, 
Pa.; 13May49; on arrangement; EP37105. 

Open the gates of the temple, S. S. A., 
music by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp, words 
by Fanny Crosby, arr. by Wayne Howorth. 
(Octavo no. 916) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 19Jan49; on arrangement; EP33766. 

Open the gates of the temple, simplified 
for piano solo. Music by Mrs. Joseph F. 
Knapp, words by Fanny Crosby, [arr. by 
Richard Huntley, pseud.] © The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 27Dec48; on arrange- 
ment; EP32780. For piano, with words. 

KNAPP, KATHERINE. 
Let's read music. See Bryant, Laura. 

KNEPLER, PAUL. 
To you I give my heart. See Lehar, 
Ferenc. Giuditta. 

KNIGHT, EDWARD. 
I'll never turn back no more. See Dett, 
Robert Nathaniel. 

KNIGHT, FRANK. 
Philadelphia boogie; words and music by 
Frank Knight. © Myers Music, Phila- 
delphia; 21Feb49; EP34153. 

KNIGHT, FRED. 
Poodle-daddle in the rain; words by Mrs. 
Byron Karrow, music by Fred Knight. 
© Edith Mathilda Karrow & Fred Knight; 
17Dec48; EP33882. 

KNIGHT, GEORGE MORGAN, 1908- 
Eef you seek zat romance; words and music 

by George Morgan Knight. Jr. © George 

Morgan Knight, Jr.; 5Feb49; EP34059. 

Melody and words, with chord symbols. 
Even a jackass kin be a proud pappy; words 

and music by George Morgan Knight, Jr. 

Leonardtown, Md., Knight Pub. Co. 

© George Morgan Knight, Jr.; 30Mar49; 

EP35447. 
You mended my broken heart I Words and 

music by George Morgan Knight, Jr. 

© George Morgan Knight, Jr.; 8Jan49; 

EP32755. 

KNIGHT, HOWIE. 
Lorraine; words and music by Howie 
Knight. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., HOct48, EP32846. 

KNIGHT, LILLIAN C 
Laugh and the world laughs with you; 
words and music by Lillian C. Knight. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif., 130ct48; EP32847. 

KNIGHT, ROSA. 
The fairy bridge. 



See Hill, Alfred. 



KNIPPER, LEV KONSTANTINOVICH, 1898- 
(Meadowland) Patrol of the steppes; based 
on Meadow land [by] Lev Knipper, adapta- 
tion for piano by David J. Grunes. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York (in notice: Russian-American 
Music Publishers, inc.); 15Aug46; 
on adaptation; EP37454. 

(Meadowland) Russian cavalry song, 
[by Lev Konstantinovich Knipper] arr. for 
male voices T.T.B.B. by L. Margueritte 
House, words transcribed from the 
Russian text and arr. by L. Margueritte 
House. (Choral edition, 1095) © Mills 
Music, inc., New York, 17Nov48; on 
arrangement, EP35958. 

KNOLL, DORIS SCHATZ. 
Do you still love me? By Blaine Stone 
and Doris Knoll. © Jay-Dee Music Corp. 
New York; 25Jan49 (in notice: 1948). 
EP33863. J 

KNOWLES, WILLIAM D. 
You'll always be near my heart. See 
Hall, David. 

You're forever in my dreams. See Hall, 
David. 

KOCH, CASPAR. 
Eight little preludes and fugues. See 
Bach, Johann Sebastian. 

KOCH, ERLAND VON, 1910- 
(Askungen) Svit nr. 1, ur baletten Askungen 
[by] Erland von Koch. Op. 24. Suite no. 1, 
from the ballet Cinderella. Partitur. 
© A. b. Nordiska musikforlaget, Stock- 
holm; lApr48; EF12231. Score: orches- 
tra. 

Lantlig svit. Op. 32. Suite from die 
country. [By] Erland von Koch. Partitur. 
© Erland von Koch; 3lMar49; EU163065. 
Score: string orchestra. 

KOCH, HOWARD LEE 1907- 

Folk tunes in fiddle finger forms, guided 
sight reading for the beginner, visualized 
violin technic, by Howard Lee Koch. 
Piano accompaniments arr. by Jane 
Anne Koehler © The Boston Music Co., 
Boston; v 1-2, HMar49, EP35085-35086. 

KOCH, MARY BLATT, 1907- 
F lower festival in grandma's garden; 
a children's musical program for Easter, 
Mother's Day, or Children's Day, by 
Mary Blatt Koch. © The Standard Pub- 
lishing Co., Cincinnati; ljan49; AA106444. 

KOECHLIN, CHARLES LOUIS EUGENE. 
Les instruments a. vent. fl. ed.] 125 p. 
illus. ("Que sais-je?" Le point des 
connalssances actuelles, 267) © Presses 
universitaires de France, Paris;250ct48; 
AF9984. 

KOEHLER, C FRANZ. 

Accordion man; piano solo, by C. Franz 
Koehler. © The Boston Music Co., 
Boston; 27May49; EP37290. 

KOEHLER, JANE ANNE. 
Folk tunes in fiddle finger forms. See 
Koch, Howard Lee. 

KOENIG, JOHANN B 
All depends on our possessing. Author 
unknown, translation: Catherine Winkworth. 
Melody: Johann B. Koenig; setting: L. 
Helmstetter. (Concordia treble series, 17) 
© Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis; 
15Dec48; on setting; EP33725. For treble 
voices. 

KORNER, THEODOR. 
To the night. See Berwald, William. 

KOFF, CHARLES. 
Bell song. See Delibes, Leo. Lakme. 

Czardas. See Monti, V. 

Danse boheme. See Bizet, Georges. 

Carmen. 
Farewell, my Granada. See Me"ndez, 

Rafael Gutierrez. 
Flight of the bumble bee. See Rimskii- 

Korsakov, Nikolai Andreevich. 



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KOFF, CHARLES. Cont'd. 

Zieguenerweisen. See Sarasate y Navascues, 
Pablo Martin Mellton de. 

KOGER, GEO., pseud . See 
Konyn, Georges. 

KOHLER, LYLE, 1912- 
You you, you; words and music by Lyle 
Kohler. © BMI Canada, ltd., Toronto; 
15Jan49; EF12021. 
KOHLMANN, CLARENCE. 
The Christ of Easter. See Meredith, Isaac 
Hickman. 

KOHS, ELLIS B 1916- 

Toccata; for harpsichord or piano solo, 
[by] Ellis B. Kohs. [ed. by Yella Pessl] 
New York; Mercury Music Corp. © Leon- 
ard Feist, d.b.a. Merrymount Music 
Press; HMar49; EP35027. 

KOK, LEONDERT. 
Havana; paroles de Andre Salvet, musique 
de Leo Kok. © Editions Robert Salvet, 
Paris; 30Nov48; EF11632. 

(Suena ... mi amor) Tu ne sais pas, du film 
Sueiia ... mi amor. Paroles de Claude 
Marcy [pseud.] & Andre Salvet musique 
[and] paroles espagnoles de Leo Kok. 
© Editions Paris-Bruxelles, Paris, 
lApr48; EF11630. 

KOLAR, VICTOR, 1888- 
Portrait of a lady; [by] Victor Kolar. 
© Victor Kolar; 21Mar49, EU162379. 
Score: string orchestra. 

KOLB, JANE M. 

A modern course for piano. See Kemp, 
George R. 
KOLE, KING, pseud , gee 

Cole, Llewellyn Frederick. 

KOMENDA, JOSEPHINE. 
Where is my daddy? See Volswinkler, 
Hazel. 

KOMER, STANLEY, 1915- 
You'll be sorry; [by] Chester Chaffe & Stan 
Komer. © Adanac Music Co. s Toronto; 
6Dec48; EF11606. 

[KONYN, GEORGES] 1894- 
Casablanca, paroles et musique de G. Ulmer 
& Geo. Koger [pseud.] © Editions Robert 
Salvet, Paris, 20Oct48, EF11631. 

II jouait de la contrebasse. See Ulmer, 
Georges. 

KOPHINIOTES, K. 
An den eicha Id 'esena ti tha ginomoum - .. 

See Sougioul, M. 
Karavia pou pheugete sta xena. See 

Morakes, Takes. 
M'aresei na se kano na zeleues. See 

Morakes, TakSs. 
M'areseis athSnaia. See Kardames, G. 
O manabakos. See Sougioul, M. 
PseutikS z05. See Mparmpalias, M. 

Thathela n'^asouna to tairi' mou. See 
MouzakSs, G. 

KOPPERT, DUANE MARVIN. 
It wasn't just another day. See Hibbeler, 
Raymond Oscar. 

KOPPITCH, ARNOLD. 

My street, by Arnold Koppitch. © Porgie 
Music Corp., New York; 7Feb49; EP34044. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

My street; words and music by Arnold 
Koppitch. © Campbell Music, inc., New 
York; 22Feb49; EP34373. 

[KORB, NATHAN] 1917- 
A Paris, paroles et musique de Francis 
Lemarque [pseud.] © Le Chant du monde, 
Paris; 20Dec48, EF 12546. 

Je vais a pied; paroles et musique de 
Francis Lemarque [pseud ] © Le Chant 
du monde, Pans, 15Apr48; EF12536 



Pour ma fete; paroles de Helene Simon 
& Francis Lemarque [pseudj, musique 
de Francis Lemarque. © Ste. ame. fse. 
Chappell, Paris; 7Feb49; EF12528. 

Un p'tit air dans la caboche. See Bloch, 
Philippe-Gerard. 

Le tueur affame; paroles et musique de 
Francis Lemarque [pseud. 1 © Le Chant 
du monde, Paris, 20Oct48,EF12537, 

KORTE, JACK. 
You're in it ev'ry time; words and music 
by Jack Korte. © Jack Korte; 30May49; 
EP37365. 

KOSAKOFF, REUVEN. 

Caravan; [by] Reuven Kosakoff . ( [Pub. 
order no.] T. I. 88) © Transcontinental 
Music Corp., New York; 26Mar49; 
EP35238. For piano. 

Hora; [by] Reuven Kosakoff. ( LPub. order 
no. I T. I. 89) © Transcontinental Music 
Corp., New York; 26Mar49; EP35239. 
For piano. 

Rhapsody; for piano, [by] Reuven Kosakoff. 
© Transcontinental Music Corp., New 
York; 25May49; EP37158. 

Yemenite dance; [by] Reuven Kosakoff. 
([Pub. order no.] T.I. 90) © Transconti- 
nental Music Corp., New York; 7Apr49; 
EP35669. For piano. 
KOSARIN, OSCAR. 

Rumba cocktail. SeeRoig, Benito. 

KOSKI, PAAVO OLIVER, 1916- 
Golden Gate polka, by Paavo O. Koski. 
[For] accordion. © Paavo Oliver Koski; 
6Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EP34554. 

KOSLOSKI, KATHRYN, 
Won't you please come back to me; words 
and music by Kathryn Kosloski. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co.., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33575 
KOSMAN, NELLIE. 
Diana, I will always love you. See Hall, 

David. 
KOSTELANETZ, ANDRE. 
On the Isle of May. See ChaikovsMi, 
Petr Il'ich. QuarteT7"strings. 

KOUMA, BESSIE. 
So lonely. See George. Don. 

KOUNTZ, RICHARD, 1896- 
Carol of the sheep bells; for 8 part chorus 
of mixed voices unacc, [by] Richard 
Kountz. (Music for Christmas, no. 1748) 
© Galaxy Music Corp., New York; 
15Jun49; EP37708. 

Choral procession. See his The song of 
man. 

Easter morning, for chorus of mixed 
voices, with solo for medium voice, [by] 
Richard Kountz. [Words by] R. K. 
(Octavo [no.] 1740) © Galaxy Music Corp., 
New York; lFeb49; EP34084. 

Hasten swiftly, hasten softly; Christmas 
carol for chorus of mixed voices, [by] 
Richard Kountz. (Music for Christmas, 
no. 1750) © Galaxy Music Corp., New 
York; 15Jun49; EP37703. 

Hasten swiftly, hasten softly- Christmas 
carol for chorus of women s voices,, 
three part, [by] Richard Kountz. (Music 
for Christmas, no. 1752) © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; 15Jun49; EP37704. 

Rise up early; Christmas carol for chorus 
of male voices, [by] Richard Kountz. 
(Music for Christmas, no. 1749) 
© Galaxy Music Corp., New York; 
15Jun49; EP37707. 

The road to Derry, for chorus of male 
voices [by] Richard Kountz. [Words by] 
R. K. (Choruses, 1730) © Galaxy Music 
Corp., New York; lFeb49; EP34085. 



A robin sang in the elm-wood tree, for 
four-part chorus of mixed voices, with 
piano ace. [by] Richard Kountz, [words by] 
Leander Wickoff. [Arr. by Richard Kountz] 
(Octavo no. 9783) © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 2Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP34772. 

A robin sang in the elm-wood tree, for 
three-part chorus of mixed voices with 
piano ace. [by] Richard Kountz, [words by] 
Leander Wickoff. [Arr. by Richard Kountz] 
(Octavo no. 9782) © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York; 2Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP34771. 

The sleigh, for full chorus^f mixed voices, 
men's chorus and women s chorus com- 
bined, with piano ace. [by] Richard Kountz, 
J words by] Ivor Tchervanow. [Arr. by 
Lichard Kountz] (Octavo no. 9778) © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 2Dec48; on 
arrangement; EP34770. 

Snowf lakes; [bv] Richard Kountz. © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; 19Apr49; 
EP36193. For voice and piano. 

~(The song of man) Choral procession, 
finale from The song of man; words by 
Gilbert PurceU [pseud.], music by Richard 
Kountz, transcribed by F. Campbell- 
Watson. © M. Witmark & Sons, New 
York; 25Jan49; on transcription; EP33974. 
Condensed score (solo voice. TB and 
SATB, with optional chorus (TTBB with 
bass obligato) and band) and parts. 
Spring! For chorus of mixed voices [by] 

Richard Kountz, [words by] R, K. 

© Galaxy Music Corp., New York; 

lljan49; EP33293. 
Spring! For chorus of women's voices, 

three-part, [by] Richard Kountz, [words 

by] R. K. © Galaxy Music Corp,, New 

York, HJan49; EP33294. 

Spring! For two-part chorus [by] Richard 
Kountz, [words by] R. K. © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; HJan49; EP33295. 

KOUTZEN, BORIS, 1901- 
An invocation; for three-part chorus of 
women's voices and orchestra, by Boris 
Koutzen, poem by John Addington Symonds. 
© Boris Koutzen, 10jan49; EU153258. 
Score. 

KOVACH, STEVE M. 
Sweet mellow moon. See Sikora, Paul. 

KOVACS, STEPHEN JOHN. 
Hungarian rhapsody no. 2. See Liszt, 
Franz. 

KOVAR, SIMON. 
Concerto. See Bruns, V. Concerto, bassoon. 

KOWAL.EWSKI, FELIX. 
Love's music. See Buck, Ronald. 

KOZAK, BILL. 
Love letter to heaven. See Hall, David. 

KOZLOWSKI, ANTOINETTE. 
Two part invention, in B flat, by Antoinette 
Kozlowski. Detroit, Continental Pub. Co. 
© Antoinette Kozlowski; 28Jan49; EP34448. 
For piano. 

Waltz in F sharp; by Antoinette Kozlowski 
and Francis J. Kozlowski. Detroit, Con- 
tinental Pub. Co. © Antoinette Kozlowski; 
9May49; EP37199. For piano. 

KOZLOWSKI, FRANCIS J. 
Waltz in F sharp. See Kozlowski, 
Antoinette. 
KRACHT, WILFERD DANYL. 
Go, Godolphin. See Daniel, Gerald 
Russell. 

Godolphin hymn. See Daniel. Gerald 
Russell. 

KRAFT AXVAR. 
(Vart njarta har sin saga) En fattig trubadur, 
ur filmen Vart hjarta har sin saga, musik: 
Alvar Kraft, text: Arne Parson. 
© Edition Sylvain a.b., Stockholm; lDec48; 
EF12227. 



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KRAFT, ANTON, 1752-1820. 
"(Sonata, violoncello & bass) Sonata for 
cello and piano or 2 celh alone, [by] 
Anton Kraft. Op. 2, no. 2, Ed. [and 
bass set] by Claus Adam, introd by 
Josef Marx. New York, McGinnis & 
Marx (Music for string instruments by 
18th century masters, no. 5) © Josef 
Marx; 4Dec48, on harmonization of bass 
& introduction; EP33941. Score and 
parts. 
KRAFT, EDWIN ARTHUR. 
Six organ transcriptions from Bach. 
See Bach, Joharai Sebastian. 



KRAL, ROY. 
Pina colada. 



See Ventura, Charlie. 



KRAMER, AARON. 
Zingt a yunge marae, See Schaefer, Jacob. 

KRAMER, ALEXANDER. 
Comme ci, comme pa. See C oquatrix, 
Bruno. 

KRAMER, ALEXANDER CHARLES, 1903- 
Dangerous Dan McGrew; adapted from the 
poem by Robert W. Service, by Joan 
Whitney [pseud.] and Alex Kramer. 
© Lombardo Music, inc., New York; 
15Apr49; EP36011. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
Far away places; by Joan Whitney [pseud.] 
and Alex Kramer arr. by Ralph Flanagan. 
© Laurel Music Co. New York; 14May48; 
on arrangement; EP34939. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and parts 

My mistake; words and music by Joan 
Whitney [pseud.] and Alex Kramer. 
© Kramer-Whitney, inc., New York; 
14Feb49; EP34202. 
KRAMER, GORNI. 
That's you; words by Johnny Brandon, music 
by Gorni Kramer. © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., New York (in notice: 
Edizioni Kramer, Milan); 18Aug48 (in 
notice: 1947); EF10729. 
KRAUSE, WILBERT ERNEST. 
Jesu, Priceless Treasure. See Crueger, 
Johann. 

KREBS, JOHANN LUDWIG, 1713-1780. 
'Eight chorale preludes; for unison chorus 
and organ, English-German [words; 
translations by E. H. G.] For use with 
organ volume, eight chorale preludes, ed. 
by E. Power Biggs. Ed. by E. Harold 
Geer. © Music Press, inc., New York; 
10Dec48; on arrangement; EP32545. 

"Prelude and fugue in C major; the Postilion 
iugue„ For organ solo, [by] Johann Lud- 
wig Krebs, ed. by E. Power Biggs. 
© Music Press, inc., New York; 15Jul48; 
on arrangement & pref.; EP32557. 

Prelude in A minor; for organ, by J. L. 
Krebs, ed. by Henry G. Ley. © The 
Oxford University Press, London; 13Jan49; 
on arrangement; EF12849. 

KRECKEL, PHILIP GEORGE. 
Adoramus te Christe. See Dubois, 
Theodore. 

Cor Jesu, salus in te sperantium. See 
Schultes, W. 

Ecce panis angelorum, S.T.B., 17th century 

[melody] arr. by Philip G. Kreckel. 

(Choruses in octavo form, no. 8443) © J. 

Fischer & Bro., New York; 8Feb49; on 

arrangement; EP34429. 
Missa pro defunctis. See Joos, Oswald. 

Te saeculorum Principem, S.T.B. 17th 
century [melody] arr. by Philip G. Kreckel. 
(Choruses in octavo form, 8447) © J. 
Fischer & Bro., New York; 8Feb49; on 
arrangement; EP34426. 

KREIDER, SAM. 
The old, old timer. See Ahlstrand, David. 

KREISLER, FRITZ, 1875- 
"Caprice viennois; piano solo rev. by the 
composer. © Charles Foley, New York; 
25Jan49; on revision; EP34274. 



"(Marche miniature viennoise) Miniature 
Viennese march; [by] Fritz Kreisler, 
adapted by Erik Leidzen. © Charles 
Foley, New York; 10Jan49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34625. Score (solo instrument 
and piano) and part for cornet or trumpet. 

"(Marche miniature viennoise) Miniature 
Viennese march; [by] Fritz Kreisler, 
adapted by Erik Leidzen. © Charles 
Foley, New York; 10Jan49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34626. Score (solo instrument 
and piano) and part for saxophone. 

(Marche miniature viennois) Miniature 
Viennese march, [by] Fritz Kreisler. 
Piano solo. © Charles Foley, New York, 
10Mar49; on transcription; EP36291. 

Rondino on a theme of Beethoven; [by^ 
Fritz Kreisler, arr. [by] Erik Leidzen. 
© Charles Foley, New York; 10Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP34627. Score (3 clari- 
nets and piano) and parts. 

KRENEK, ERNEST, 1900- 
"(Sonata, piano, no. 1) Sonate, Es dur; fur 
Klavier zu 2 Handen, von Ernst Kfenek. 
Sonata, Es dur, pro piano solo, sloXil 
Arnost [Kr'enek] © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 9Sep21; EP34359. 
KRENGEL, JOSEPH PHILLIP. 
Music box waltz. See Herscher, Louis. 

KRENZ, BILL, 1899- 
Early bird; march, by Bill Krenz. © Will 
Rossiter, Chicago; 8Jun49; EP37394. 
For piano. 

KRESA, HELMY. 
If I could be with you, one hour tonight. 
See Johnson, James P. Flamingo Hoad. 

If you could care. See Darewski, Herman. 

Task force. 
A kiss in the dark. See Herbert, Victor. 

Speak easy. See Gensler, Lewis E. 

That's my desire; arr. by Joseph P. Elsnic, 
music by Helmy Kresa. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; 150ct47; on arrangement; 
EP20613. For concertina. 

You may not be an angel, but I'll string 
along with you. See Warren, Harry. 
My dream is yours. 

KREUDER, PETER, 1905- 
Liebesgeschichten. Aus dem Film 
[Liebesgeschichten] Musik: Peter Kreuder, 
Worte: Hans Fritz Beckmann. [Op. 100] 
© Musikverlag City, Hans Sikorski, 
Leipzig; 19Aug43; EF12967. 

KREUTZER, HILDE. 
Marbles, for piano, by Hilde Kreutzer. 
© The Composers Press, inc., New York; 
15Dec48; EP34238. 

KREVIT WILLIAM. 
"Chord playing for piano; class or individual 
instruction, by William Krevit, the 3 
basic hand shapes of early keyboard 
harmony in short tuneful pieces for 
finger strength, improved sight-reading 
and better musicianship. © Mills Music, 
inc., New York; 30Dec48; EP32659. 

KRiCkA, JAROSLAV, 1882- 
Ninna nanna. Ukolebavka. Von Jaroslav 
Kric"ka. Op. 3, [no.] 2. Berlin, N. Simrock, 
sole agents for the U.S.A., T. B. Harms 
Co. © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc. (in notice- N. Simrock); 30Nov21; 
EF12972. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 

Serenata. Zastaveni'cko. Von Jaroslav 
Kricfka. Op. 3, [no, ] 1. Berlin, N Sim- 
rock; sole agents for U.S-A., T. B. Harms 
Co. © Associated Music Publishers, inc. 
(in notice N. Simrock); 30Nov21; 
EF12971. Score (violin and piano) and 
part. 



KRISSEL, WALTER D 
More than anything in the world; lyric by 
Ervin Drake & Jimmy Shirl [pseud.], 
music by Walter D. Krissel. © Encore 
Music Publications, inc., New York; 
21Mar49; EP35768. 

KRISSOFF, HYMAN, 1870- 
Mir Yiden mit unzer Torah; words and 
music by Hyman Krissoff. © Hyman 
Krissoff; 29Apr49; EP36457. Words in 
Yiddish, with transliteration. 

Zait gebentsht Choson-Kaloh; words and 
music by Hyman Krissoff. © Hyman 
Krissoff; 29Apr49; EP36456. Words in 
Yiddish, with transliteration. 



KROEPFL, W. 
Country boy. 



See Regal, Meade Lyle. 



KROHN, ERNST C 1888- 

(Fairies three) Silverdew; [from] Fairies 
three, set of miniature melodies for the 
piano, by Ernst Krohn. © Shattinger, 
inc., St. Louis; 28Mar49; on rev. ed.; 
EP35231. 

KROMER, MARY (CREAMER) 
Walk along beside me, Master, [by] Mary 
C. Kromer. © Mary Creamer Corner; 
3Mar49 (in notice: 1947), EP3499.S. 
Close score: SATB. 

KRONE, BEATRICE (PERHAM) 1901- arr. 
Come, tell me [or] The two charms; 
S.A.T.B., with or without piano. Arabian 
folk tune, arr. by the Krones, Beatrice and 
Max, free translation from Ahmed Zaki 
Abu Shadl by Rolla Foley. Adapted by 
B. P. K. Chicago, N. A. Kjos Music Co. 
(Songs of the people, no. 1038) © Max 
and Beatrice Krone; 15Dec48 (in notice: 
1949); on arrangement & adaptation; 
EP33518. 

For the blessings of our days; [for] S.A.T.B. 
Old Welsh hymn (Aberystwyth;, text and 
arr. by B, and M. K. ([Pub. order] no. 815) 
Chicago, N.A. Kjos Music Co. © Beatrice 
P. Krone and Max T. Krone; 12May4B; on 
new arrangement and text; EP37194. 

Glory to God; S.A.T.B., with or without 
ace. Old Gaelic folk tune, text and arr. 
by the Krones, Beatrice and Max. 
Chicago, N, A. Kjos Music Co. 
(Christmas music, no. 814) © Max and 
Beatrice Krone; 6May49; on text and 
arrangement; EP37379. 

I vow 'tis sol See Esperza Oteo, Alfonso. 

Juanita, S. A., Mexican popular song in 
the 19th century, as collected by Amaha 
Millan, arr. by the Krones, Beatrice 
and Max. (Octavo no. 963) © Belwin, 
inc., New York; 12Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP33498. 

Our prayer, S.A.T.B., with or without 
piano, Arabian folk song collected and 
tr. by Rolla Foley, arr. by the Krones, 
Beatrice and Max. Text adapted by B. P. K. 
Chicago, N. A. Kjos Music Co. (Songs of 
the people, no. 1037) © Max and Beatrice 
Krone; 27Dec48; on arrangement & adapta- 
tion; EP33515. 

Sandunga. Love song; Mexican folk song, 
S.S. A., arr. by the Krones, Beatrice and 
Max, as collected by Amalia Millan. 
(Octavo no. 964) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 12Jan49; on arrangement; EP33497. 

Sweetest red rose, S.A.T.B. and soprano 
or tenor solo, with or without piano; 
based on 2 Armenian folk songs collected 
by Rolla Foley arr. by the Krones, 
Beatrice and Max. Chicago, N. A. Kjos 
Music Co. (Songs of the people, no. 1039) 
© Max and Beatrice Krone; 31Dec48 (in 
notice: 1949). on arrangement; EP33519. 
KRONE, MAX THOMAS. 
Come, tell me. See Krone, Beatrice 
(Perham). 

For the blessings of our days. See Krone, 
Beatrice (Perham). 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



KRONE, MAX THOMAS. Cont'd. 
Glory to God. See Krone, Beatrice (Fernam; 
I vow tis so! See Esperza Oteo, Alfonso. 
Juanita. See Krone, Beatrice (Perham). 

The ninth symphony. See Beethoven, 

Ludwig van. 
Our prayer. Se e xvrone, Beatrice (Perham). 
Sandunga. See Krone, Beatrice (Perham). 
Sweetest red rose. See Krone, Beatrice 

(Perham). 

KRUEGER, GEORGE. 

A song for Santa; words and music by 
George Krueger. © American Academy 
of Music, inc., New York; 31Dec48; 
EP32685. 

KRUMBEIN, MAURICE. 
All right, Louie, drop the gun. See 

Johnson, Lucile. 
Bride and groom polka. See Lee, Lester. 

Come back to Sorrento. See Curtis, 
Ernesto De. Torna a Surnento. 

Cuckoo waltz. See Reichner, Bickley. 

Gypsy Mardi Gras. See Hanger, Arnold. 

Honey bee-bop. See Hansen, Charles. 

Musical noises and sound effects for piano, 
eleven original piano teaching pieces 
based on the everyday sounds and noises 



children hear, by Ray Carter [pseud.] 
© Chas. H. Hansen Music Co., New York; 
25Jan49; EP34100. 
My happiness. See Bergantine, Borney. 

Popular songs for Hammond organ, no. 3; 
easy to play special transcriptions by 
Ray Carter [pseud.] New York, C. H. 
Hansen Music Co. [1948] Contents sepa- 
rately registered: EP34971 -34974. * 

KUBINSZKY, RICHARD, 1903- 
*(Stucke, 4 accordions) Drei Stucke fur 
Accordeon-Quartett oder vierstimmiges 
Accordeon-Orchester, [by] Richard 
Kubinszky. Partitur. © Universal-Edi- 
tion, Wien; 30Dec41; EF12248. 

KUCZBORSKI, FRANCES. 
If I were rich. See Buck, Ronald. 



KUHN, LEE. 
In the spring of the year. 
Alec. 



See Wilder, 



KUHNS, WILLIAM CORLIS. 
Nioma plan group instruction for violin. 
See National institute of music and arts. 

KUKOL, KAROL T 
Meant to be, words & music by Karol 
T. Kukol. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., 130ct48, EP32880. 

KULKA, ELIZABETH A. 
Two comely maidens. See Schonberg, 
Arnold. 

KULLA, MORT. 
Never, never, never. See Allen, Terry. 

KUNKEL, CHARLES, 
Alpine storm; by Charles Kunkel, adapted 
for the piano by Walter Lane [pseud.] 
© Shattinger, inc., St. Louis; on ar- 
rangement; EP35229. 

KUNS, EVERT LAWRENCE, 1908- 
At the Judgement Day; by E. L. Kuns. 
© Evert Lawrence Kuns; 28Mar49; 
EP36075. Melody and words. 

KUPFERMAN, MEYER, 1926- 
(Suite, violoncello) Suite for unaccompanied 
cello; [by] Meyer Kupferman. © Meyer 
Kupferman; 20Apr49, EU164557. 
KUPKA, JOHN. 
Memories of Broadway. See Hall, David. 

KURKA, ROBERT FRANK, 1921- 
(Sonata, violin & piano) Sonata 1948; in 
one movement, for violin & piano, [by] 
Robert Kurka. © Robert Frank Kurka- 
26jan49; EU155161. Score. 



KURTZ, EDWARD, 1881- 
The Lord's day; S.A.T.B., old Swabia 
chorale, arr. by Edward Kurtz. [Words 
by John Ellerton] (Octavo no. 944) © Bel- 
win, inc., New York; 7Jan49, on arrange- 
ment; EP33472. 

KURTZ, EMANUEL. 
Johnny, get your girl. See Mizzy, Vic. 

A Sunday out in the country. See Mizzy, 
Vic. 

KURTZ, MARION, pseud . See 
Kurutz, Marion Veronica. 

[KURUTZ, MARION VERONICA] 1910- 
Music fun; teachers' manual, by Marion 
Kurtz [pseud.] © Kenworthy Educational 
Service, Buffalo; bk.2, ljan49 (in notice: 
1948); AA103698. 

,~ MORRIS H TMSN] 1912- ' 

Fenian's rainbow choral selection; from the/ 
muslealDlay Finian's rainbow, transept 
tion for mlx«dTOices, S.A.T.B^ky-eTay 
Warnick. Words~i3ik^. YiJfarBurg, music 
by Burton Lane [ psgaSr^Sgw York, Craw- 
ford Music Cpp^rtChoral seTrtes^lH) 
© TheEktyers Music Corp.; 31Ma>49j on 
rtgement; KP3RA91. j ^ ■ 7 __^rp- 



[by] Frank La Forge, 
1m 8: 1, 3-8] ([Pub. 



KUTRUMANOS, CECIL N ~S&C 
Midnight fling, words and music by Cecil /sHt'j 
N. Kutrumanos. © Nordyke Publishing G.. V K u Bergsprangar Karlsson; for, Eld 1 berget 
C.n Hnllvwnnd Calif- 28Tun48: EP3282iy M ' r *' t/v Srhnttisl To-rt <™h mi i«Alr- M Q ^<rit 



Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Jun48; EP32821 

KUVA, BARRONNE, 1917- 
Lovely lei; [Flower of love], waltz, words 
and music by Barronne Kuva. © Albert 
George Jeffery Coldrey, d.b.a. South 
Pacific Star Music Publishing Co., Mel- 
bourne; 25May49; EF13511. 



LABATE, BRUNO, 1883- 
Humoresque in B flat; [by] Bruno Labate. 
© Alfred Music Co., inc., New York; 
10Nov48; on arrangement; EP34389. 
Score (bassoon and piano) and part. 

LABATI, CARLO DONIDA. See 
Donida-Labati, Carlo. 

LaCASSE, VAL. 
You'll have to take me as I am. See Hall, 
David. 

LACE, GEORGE AL, pseud . See 
Lovelace, Alexander. 

LACKEY, DANIEL BOONE. 
Hawaii and you. See Combs, W. W. 

LACLAU, PIERRE. 
Funf Lieder. See Mane"n, Juan. 

Vier Lieder. See Manen, Juan. 

LAFARGE, GUY, 1904- 

Amours banales; rumba chantee, paroles 
de Gine Money, musique de Guy Lafarge. 
© Editions Joubert et Royalty, Paris; 
30Dec48; EF12097. 
LAFARGE, GUY PIERRE MARIE, 1904- 

Pour moi toute seule; Pour moi tout seul, 
paroles de Flavien Monod, musique de 
Guy Lafarge Jand] M. Philippe-Gerard 
[pseud.] © Editions Edimarton, Paris; 
21Mar49; EF12754. 

Un...deux...trois! See Bloch, Philippe 
Gerard. 
LAFAYETTE, JAMES. See 

Farmer, James Lafayette. 
LA FORGE, FRANK. 

Invocation. O mont glorieux. [By] Frank 
La Forge, English and French texts [by] 
Georges Le Maitre Toupin. © Galaxy 
Music Corp., New York; 5Jan49; EP33609. 

The Lord reigneth [by] Frank La Forge, 
[words from Psalm 93] (Sacred songs 
with piano or organ, ser. 2, V2031) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York, 7Apr49; 
EP36217. 

My words shall not pass away, [by [Frank 
La Forge, [words from St. Mark 13: 
31-37] (Sacred songs with piano or organ, 
ser. 2, V2028) © Carl Fischer, Inc., 
New York, 14Apr49, EP36211. 



Ill 



O Lord, our Lord; _ 
[words from Psalm 

order no.] V2033) © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 7Apr49, EP36218. 

Seguidilla; Spanish folk song arr. by 
Frank La Forge, [second verse by 
Ernesto Berumen, English translation by 
Frank La Forge] ([Pub. order no.) V2038) 
© Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 23Mar49; 
on words of 2d verse, arrangement & 
translation; EP35312. English and Spanish 
words. 

To the fountain; for three-part chorus of 
women's voices with piano ace, S.S.A., 
poem by Frances Reade, music by Frank 
La Forge. ([Pub. order no.] CM6481) 
© Carl Fischer inc., New York, 14Apr49; 
EP36203. 
LAFOSSE, ANDRfi, 1890- 

"School of sight reading and style for 
tenor trombone, fecole de lecture et de 
style pour le trombone tenor. [By] Andre 
Lafosse. © M. Baron Co., New York; 
4Feb49; EP34486. 

LA FRENIERE, E P 

Polka dots and polka dreams; words by 

Harry Pyle, music by E. P. La Freniere. 

© Alamo Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 

Calif.; 12Apr49; EP36000. 
LAGERHEIM-ROMARE, MARGIT. 



Schottis] Text och musik: Marglt 
Lagerheim-Romare. © Sonora musik- 
f or lags A. -B., Stockholm, ljan48; EF11788. 
LAGERKRANS, KARL OLOF. 
Sambo dansar hambo; text och musik: Ake 
Soderblom, Fritz-Gustaf [pseud., and] 
K. Lagerkrans. © Sonora musikforlags 
ab, Stockholm; ljan48; EF11855. 

LAGERKVIST, PAR^ FABIAN. 
Det ar vackrast nar det skymmer. See 

Mortensen, Otto; Nordqvist, Gustaf; 

Welander, Waldemar. 
Nya vapen. See Wikander, David. 

Som ett blommande mandeltrad. See 
Nystrom, Gosta. 
LA GO. 
I milioni d'Arlecchino. See Drigo, 
Riccardo. 
LAGO, ELEANOR. 
Looking out my window. See Hall, David. 

LAINE, FRANKIE. 
It only happens once, words and music by 
Frankie Lalne. © Bregman, Vocco & 
Conn, inc., New York, 3jan49; EP32799. 

LAINO, FRANCISCO. 
Yo soy don Rosendo Alsina. See 
Anastasio, Jose" Luis. 

lAjtha, laszlo. 

Sinfonietta^ pour orchestre a cordes [by] 
Laszlo Lajtha. [Op. 43] © Alphonse 
Leduc & cie, Paris; 30Dec48; EF12543. 
Score: string orchestra. 

LAKE, GENEVIEVE, 1892- 
Billy goat, by Genevieve Lake. © The 

Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; 16Dec48 

EP33247 For piano, with words. 
LAKE, HAROLD C 
Contemplation; for organ by Harold C. Lake. 

© The Oxford Univ. Press, London; 

7Apr49; EF12950. 
The rover; [by] Harold C. Lake, [words 

by] John W. Doddridge. (Choral songs, 

no. 1201) © The Oxford Univ. Press, 

London; 21Apr49; EF13416. 

LAKIN, EVELYN C 

I found you) words by Jerry C. Bean, music 
by Evelyn C. Lakln. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 130ct48; 
EP33419. 
LAKS, SZYMON. 
Z mrokow i swttow. Ombres et lumleres; 
vlngt chansons, [bylSzymon Laks. [Words 
by T. Zeromskl and others, French words 
by Henri Le Pointe and others] © Rouart 
Lerolle &Cie, Edlteurs Paris; 20Dec48; 
EF12162. For voice and piano. 



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LALLY, JIMMY. 
Madeleine. See Ma; 
wantons. 

LAMARR, FRANK. 
What a feeling is thi 

LA MARR, MICHAEL 
Petunia. See Jacobs 

LA MARRE, RENNY. 
Love met love me! 1 
alone. See Greene, viviane. 

LAMB, LOUIS. 
Honey, I do the same things too; words and 
music by Louis Lamb. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; 
EP32819 

LAMBELET, VIVIEN. 
(The glass mountain) Wayfarer's song; 
There were flowers in her hair; words by 
Emery Bonett, music by Vivien Lambelet 
& Elizabeth Anthony. [From] The glass 
mountain. © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 19Jan49; EF12141. 

LAMBERTUCCI, P V 

ITan solo yol^ Bolero, letra de Manuel A. 
Meanos, musica de P. V. Lambertucci. 
© Editorial Argentina de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
22Dec48; EFI3242. 
LAMBOURNE, JEFFREY. 
Love at the inn. See "^uilter, Roger. 

LAME, FAITH McMULLEN, 1898- 
The prospector's song; lyrics & music by 
Faith Lame. © Faith Mc Mullen Lame; 
24jun49; EP37938. 

LAMKOFF, PAUL. 
I love you; words by Ted David [pseud.], 
music by Paul Lamkoff. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 
28Feb49;EP37796. 
The rose; words by Margaret B. Darlington, 
music by Paul Lamkoff. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; HJan49 (in 
notice: 1948); EP35872. 

LA MONACA, VETO. 
Lullaby to a doll; [by] Vito La Monaca, 
for piano solo. © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., 
Philadelphia; 12Apr49; EP35989. 

March of the dolls; [by] Vito La Monaca, 
for piano solo. © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., 
Philadelphia; 12Apr49; EP35991. 

Waltz of the dolls; [by] Vito La Monaca, for 
piano solo. © Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., 
Philadelphia; 12Apr49; EP35990. 

LAMONT, VICTOR. 
As the girls go. See McHugh, James 
Francis. 

LAMP, BASIL D. 

Sea of love. See Buck, Ronald. 
LAMPE, DELL. 
If any little word of mine. See Lampe, 
J. Bodewalt. 
LAMPE, J BODEWALT, 1869-1929. 

If any little word of mine, by J. Bodewalt 
Lampe and Dell Lampe; a musical setting 
to If, author unknown. © Jack Waverly 
Music Publisher, Bellmore, N. Y.; 3Jan49; 
EP32663. 

LAMPE, WALTHER. 
Klavier-sonaten. See Mozart, Johann 
Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus. Sonatas, 
piano. 

LAMPL, CARL. 
You're finding out how much I love you; 
words by Buddy Kaye, music by Carl 
Lampl. © Barton Music Corp., New York; 
20May49; EP37132. 

LAMPSON, MINNIE. 
In my garden of yesterday, words and mu- 
sic by Minnie Lampson © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif ; 110ct48; 
EP32818. 



Lane, Burton, 1912- 

FINIAN'S RAINBOW CHORAL SELECTION; from the 
musical play Finian's rainbow, transcription 
for mixed voices, S.A.T.B., by Clay Warnick. 
Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane. 
(Choral series, lllj.) • ©The Players Music 
Corp.; 31 Mar. 19lj.9; on arrangement; EP 35691* 

LANDGREN, LEON. 
Alia rosor vill jag skanka dig, tango, musik: 
Leon Landgren, text: Fritz Gustaf 
[pseud.] © Edition Sylvain a-b., Stock- 
holm; lDec48; EF12228. 

LANDIS, ROLLER, pseud . See 
La Marr, Michael J. . 

LANDWEHR, FREDERICK. 
"I Am" angel bells. See Ballard, Edna W. 

LANE, BURTON, ps-c ud . -Se e * 
Ku3hner, Moriia IlymaH r 

LANE, CHARLES FRANCIS. 
See Glorious Easter Day. 

LANE, DENNIS EARL- 1913- 
O Lord, the very heavens; an anthem, com- 
posed by Dennis Lane, text from Psalm 89 
© Dennis Earl Lane; lMay49; EP37152, 
Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and organ. 

LANE, E RICHARD. 

Americano] No! No I Words and music by 
E. Richard Lane. © Studio Music Publi- 
cations, Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP34556. English words. 
The grandest feeling- words and music by 
E. Richard Lane. © Studio Music Publi- 
cations, Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; 
EP34555. 

LANE, IVAN. 
In the good old summer time. See Evans, 

George. . 
LANE, VERNON. 
White tulips; for the piano [bylVernon 
Lane. © Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia; 
25Mar49; EP35364. 

LANE, WALTER, pseud . See 
Nordman, Chester. 

LANEY, KING. 
The trouble polka [or] Chase your troubles 
away, by Ben Kanter, Lew Douglas [and] 
King Laney. © Campbell Music, inc., 
New York; 3Feb49; EP33940. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 

LANG, FRED. 
When your heart sings music. See Hall, 
David. 
LANG 



JR, 1894- 

joes down in Loveland, by 
;, [words by] Wm. Speck, 
stone Press, inc., Somerville, 
I: EP37750. 



V. 
bear. 



See Heath, Walter 



HANS, 1908- 
Schil'lingstuckerl; Marschlied, Worte: 
Erich Meder, Musik: Hans Lang. © Lud- 
wig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 
K. G., Music Publisher, Wien; 40ct48; 
EF12629. 

LANG, PHILIP J. 
Concerto in jazz. See Phillips, Donald. 

Country capers. See North. Alex. 

Dark eyes; [Russian folksong] transcribed 

by Philip J. Lang. © Mills Music, inc., 

New York; 24Sep48, on arrangement; 

EP35216. Condensed score (band) and 

parts. 
Do-si-do; by Philip J. Lang. © Mills 

Music, inc., New York; 25May49; 

EP37172. Condensed score (band) and 

parts. 

LANG, R. E. 
From you and from you. See Hall, David. 

Sudle, words & music by R. E. Lang. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Nov48; EP33070. 

LANGDON, CHRIS. 
Just across the way. See Rosenstein, 
Michel. Oranges and lemons. 



|yon; from the picture Rim of 
iy Hy Heath and Johnny Lange. 
** ouns-tye Music inc., Hollywood 
Calif.; 14jun49, EP37661. For voice and 
piano with chord symbols. 

LANGEY, OTTO, 1851-1922. 
Langey-Carl Fischer tutors, for BB flat 
bass. New rev. ed. © Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York; 3Sep48; on additions, EP34909. 

Langey-Carl Fischer tutors for French 
horn. New rev. ed. © Carl Fischer 
inc., New York; 8Dec48; on additional 
material; EP33607. 

Langey-Carl Fischer tutors for oboe. 
New rev. ed. © Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York; 8Dec48; on additional material; 
EP33606. 

LANGLAIS, JEAN, 1907- 
^uite franchise; pour grande orgue [by] 
Jean Langlais. © S. Bornemann, Paris; 
30Mar49; EF13172. 

LANGLOIS, HERBERT GORDON, 1884- 
Hail, gladdening light; an evensong 
anthem suitable for festivals, [by] 
H. G. Langlois. [Words from] a 
Greek hymn of the early church, tr. 
John Keble. © The Frederick Harris 
Music Co., ltd., Oakville, Ont.; 20Mar49; 
EF12798. Score: SATB and piano re- 
duction. 

LANJEAN, MARC, pseud . See 
Marcland, Jean. 

LANSKEY, LORETTA, 
It's nice to have you loving me, words and 
music by Loretta Lanskey. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
lDec48; EP32975. 

LANTZ, SVEN. 
Pa den vackraste garden i varlden. 
See Arefeldt, Sven. 

LAPENTIGNY, HAROLD. 
Don't think the sun shines only for you; 
words and music by Harold Lapentigny. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Mar49, EP37767. 

LAPIDOS, DANIEL. 
They play maracas, down in Caracas. 
See Lapidos, Joseph Leroy. 

[LAPIDOS, JOSEPH LEROY] 
They play maracas, down in Caracas; 
rumba, words and music by Danny Leroy 
f pseud.] and Joe Leroy [pseud.] © Southern 
Music Publishing Co., inc.; 12Apr49; 
EP36387. 

LAPO, CECIL ELWYN, 1910- 
All praised be His name; S. A. T. B., music 
adapted from hymn tune Leoni by Cecil E. 
Lapo, words from the Bible. (Octavo no. 
931) © Belwin, inc., New York; 3Jan49, 
EP33805. Score: baritone, chorus (SATB) 
and piano reduction. 

Lift up our hearts, [for] S.A.T.B., by Cecil 
E. Lapo. (Octavo no. 919) © Belwin 
Inc., New York, 3Jan49; EP32587. 

Rejoice! the Lord is King, words by 
Charles Wesley, arr. from hymn-tune 
Darwall, by Cecil E. Lapo. (Octavo 
series, 418) © R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston: 25Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP35185. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction. 

Soul of Christ; a cappella anthem for mixed 
voices, translation anonymous, from an 
early Christian manuscript, music by 
Cecil E. Lapo. (Octavo series, 417) 
© R. D. Row Music Co., Boston; 25Feb49; 
EP35182. 



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LARA, AGUSTIN, 1903- 
Anoche te senti; samba, de Agustin Lara, 

orquestacion de Fernando Z. Maldonado. 

© Promotora Hispano Americana de 

Musica, s.a., Mexico; 19Jul48; EF13021. 

Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 

parts; with words. 
Tu retrato; bolero, letra y musica de 

Agustin Lara, orquestacion de F. Z. 

Maldonado. © Promotora Hisgano 

Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 

9Sep48: EF12400. Piano-conductor 

score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 

[LARA DE PEREZ FREIRE, ADELA DE ] 
Cuna de los ninos; [or]Flor de la esper- 
enza; [by Adela de Lara de Perez Freire, 
arr. by Mercedes Perez Freire, words 
by Cristina de Arteaga, adapted by Bio- 
Bio, pseud.] (In Perez Freire, Mercedes. 
Canciones. p. 12-13) © Lily Perez 
Freire de Besa, 20Jan49 (in notice: 1947); 
EF12183. 

LAnAGA, J. 
Ya no tengo na. See Terry Urrutia, 
Santiago. 

LARAMIE, ACE, pseud . See 

Wilder, Alec. 
LA RENE, RUBY. 

Yours forever, darling. See Hall, David. 

LARENZA, JUAN. 

Mas alia todavia; tango, letra de Catulo 
Castillo, musica de Juan Larenza. 
© Editorial Argentina de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s. de r. ltda., Buenos Aires; 
8Jun48; EF13062. 
LARGE, DONALD ELLIOT, 1909- 

Ezekiel saw de wheel; T.T.B.B., arr. [by] 
Don Large. (Radio program music, 
no. 5528) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 6May49; on arrangement; 
EP37377. 

The Lord's prayer; S.A.T.B., with optional 
ace, [by] Don Large. (Selected octavo 
series, no. 5113) © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 6May49; EP37376. 

LARIMER, FLORENCE. 
Keep a light In the window for me, words 
and music by Florence Larimer. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
80ct48; EP32815. 

LA ROTELLA, PASQUALE, 1880- 
Manuela; dramma lirico in 3 atti e 6 quadri 
[by] Pasquale La Rotella, parole di 
Arturo Rossato, riduzione per piano e 
canto dell'autore. © Pasquale La Rotella; 
31Dec47; EF12503. Piano-vocal score. 

LARREA, CARMELO. 
Las tres cosas, bolero [by]Carmelo 
Larrea. © Musica del Sur, Barcelona; 
30Dec47; EF12425. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
LARREMORE, ELSIE. 
My caveman romance. See McNeil, James 
Charles. 
LARSEN, TH0GER. 
Danmark. See Mortensen, Otto. 

Danmark, nu blunder den lyse nat. See 

Mortensen, Otto. 
Du danske sommer. See Mortensen, Otto. 

Nu kommer maanen. See Mortensen, Otto. 

Signorinal tag mine roserl See 

Mortensen, Otto. 
Sommerstorm over Ebeltoft. See 

Mortensen, Otto. 

LARSON, EARL ROLAND, 1897- 
Gentle night; [by] Earl Roland Larson 
[words by] Julie Ann Hanson. ([Pub. order] 
no. 321) © Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., 
Minneapolis: 21Mar49; EP35393. Score: 
chorus (SSA) and piano. 

O for a heart of calm repose, S.A.T.B., 
by Earl Roland Larson, text anonymous. 
(Octavo no. 933) © Belwin, inc., New 
York; 7jan49; EP33479. 



Organ album; with registration for pipe 
organ and Hammond organ, comp. and 
arr. by Earl Roland Larson. © Belwin, 
inc., New York- v. 2 HMar49; on ar- 
rangement, EP34818. 

A song of praise, S. A., text by John Haynes 
Holmes, music by Earl Roland Larson. 
(Octavo no. 930) © Belwin, inc., New York; 
26jan49; EP33946. 

LARSON, JULIUS EARL. 
Heaven lost. See Hall, David. 

LARSSON, LARS-ERIK. 
Croquiser; for piano. Op. 38. [By] Lars- 
Erik Larsson. © A-B. Carl Gehrmans 
musikforlag, Stockholm; ljan48; EF12779. 

Pastoralsvit; [by] Lars-Erik Larsson. 
Op. 19. © A.b. Carl Gehrmans musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; ljan42; EF12771. 
Miniature score: orchestra. 

(Sonatina, piano, no. 2) Sonatin nr 2. 
Op. 39. [By] Lars -Erik Larsson. © A.-B 
Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
ljan48; EF12780. 
LARSSON, WALTER. 

Lyckans sekund. See Samson, Sam. 

LARUE, JACQUES, pseud . See 
Ageron, Marcel Eugene. 

LASSERE, GENEVIEVE (LAKE). See 
Lake, Genevieve. 

LAST, JOAN. 
Seven mood sketches; for piano [by] Joan 
Last. London, J. Curwen; sole agents 
for U. S. A.: G. Schirmer, New York. 
(Edition [no.] 8941) © Joan Last; 28Jan49; 
EF12352. 

LATHAM, DWIGHT. 
Clancy's wooden wedding; adapted by 
Charles O'Connell and Dwight Latham. 
© Jerry Vogel Music Co., inc., New York; 
25May49; on rev. & added words & music; 
EP37305. For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. 
Shake hands with your uncle Mike; adapted 
by Dwight Latham. © Jerry Vogel Music 
Co., inc., New York; 25May49- on revised 
& added, words & music; EP37304. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

LATHAM, LULU M. 
Old fashioned girl. See Buck, Ronald. 

LA TORRE, JOSE. 
Vivir es amar. See Ventas, Adolfo. 

LATZKO, ANDREW. 
Pauline, words and music by Andrew 
Latzko. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; lDec48; EP32976. 

The seed of love; words and music by 
Andrew Latzko. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 80ct48; EP32876. 

LAU, ELSIE. 
My honey boy; words and music by Elsie 
Lau. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 24Mar49; EP37769. 
LAU, THEODORA. 
The heather rose. See Hernried, Robert. 

LAUBRY, JEAN-JACQUES, 1916- 
Le baton; reduction, piano, de la partition 
du film, musique de Jean-Jacques Laubry. 
© Royalty, editions musicales, Paris; 
6May49; EU166667. 
Chambre 34; reduction, piano, de la par- 
tition du film, musique de Jean-Jacques 
Laubry. © Royalty, editions musicales, 
Paris; 6May49; EU166666. 

LAUDENSLAGER, SAMUEL. 
Sousa's famous marches. See Sousa, John 
Philip. Marches, band. 

LAUFER, BEATRICE, 1918- 
Do you fear the wind? By Beatrice Laufer, 
for mixed voices. Poem by Hamlin 
Garland. (Secular choral music, A-150) 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 180ct48; EP37917. 



Spring thunder; by Beatrice Lauier, lor 
mixed voices. Poem by Mark Van Doren. 
(Secular choral music, A-144) © Assoc- 
iated Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
180ct48; EP37916. 

Under the pines; by Beatrice Laufer, for 
mixed voices. Poem by Arthur Burdinot 
[pseud.] (Secular choral music, A145) 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 180ct48; EP37915. 

LAUNAY, DENISE. 
Quel espoir de guarir. See Bouzignac, G. 

LAURIN, WESLEY WILLIAM CARL. 
You made me do It again, words and music 
by Wes Laurln. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 22Dec48; EP32718, 

LAVAGNINO, ANGELO FRANCESCO, 1909- 
(Sonatina, 2 pianos) Sonatina; [by]Angelo 
Francesco Lavagnino. ([Pub. order no.] 
20479) © Carisch s.a., Milano; lApr49, 
EF13154. Score. 
LA VEGA, MINERVINO DE. §ee 
Vega, Minervino de la. 

LAVENDER, WILLIAM DAVIS, 1921- 
Divertimento; for woodwind quintet [by] 
William Lavender. © William Davis 
Lavender; 8Apr49; EU163593. Score. 

[LAVERTY, LAWSON S ] 1891- 

When it's twilight in Sweet Valley; [words] 
by Henry J. Zinn, [music by Lawson S. 
Laverty] © Henry J. Zinn; 25Mar49; 
EP35899. 

LAVRI, M 
Shir ha-emek. Song of the Emek; hora for 
male voices, T.T.B.B. with piano ace, 
melody by M. Lavri, English adaptation by 
Olga Paul, arr. by A. W. Binder. (Choral 
edition 1097) © Mills Music, inc., New 
York; 19Nov48; on arrangement; EP35960. 

LAWNER, MARK. 
Cocktail hour; suite for piano, [by] Mark 
Lawner. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 19May49; EP37011. 
Latin dance; by Mark Lawner. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 5May49; 
EP36695. Score (clarinet & piano) and 
part. 

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM. 
Let us break bread together; a communion 
hymn, for TTBB voices. Negro spiritual, 
arr. by William Lawrence. (Edition 
no. 1648) © McLaughlin &ReillyCo., 
Boston; 10Dec48; on arrangement; 
EP36749. 

LAWSON, pseud . See 
Wittebols, Francois. 

LAWSON, HERBERT HAPPY. 
Any time; words and music by Herbert 
Happy Lawson, arr. for Hawaiian, 
electric & plectrum guitar [by the Oahu 
staff] (Oahu no. 977) © Hill & Range 
Songs, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Feb49; 
arrangement; EP34567. 

LAWSON, JIMMIE. 
My dreams keep lying to me. See Wofford 
Melvin. 

LAWSON, MIRIAM, 1924- 
That s why I love Him so; words and music 
by Miriam Lawson, arrangement by 
Roberta Martin. Chicago, Martin Studio 
of Gospel Music. © Miriam Lawson; 
16Feb49; EP37332. For chorus. 

LAWSON, NATHANIEL. 
Why worry? Words and music by Nathaniel 
Lawson. © Nathaniel Lawson; 26Apr49; 
EP35769. 

LAWTHER, ROBERT MORLEDGE, 1927- 
Here in your arms; words and music by 
Robert Lawther. © Robert M. Lawther; 
30Jan49; EP34399. 

Holdin' hands; words and music by Robert 
Lawther. © Robert M. Lawther; 30Jan49; 
EP34401. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LAWTHER, ROBERT MORLEDGE, 1927- Cont'd, 

Love on your mind; words and music by 
Robert Lawther. © Robert M. Lawther; 
30Jan49; EP34400. 

There is no way, words and music by 
Robert Lawther. © Robert M. Lawther; 
30Jan49; EP34402. 

LAY, ADELE, 1914- 
Information please; by Adele Lay. 
© Adele Lay; 31May49; EP37691. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
LAZAGA, JUAN E. 
Contestame. See Rodriguez, Arsenio. 

Cuba-rumba. See Garcia. Ernesto. 

El disgusto de bigote. See Marquez Rojo, 
Rene. 
Saquen los paraguas. See Gelabert, Jose. 

LAZARO, MAX RAIO DE SAN. See 
Raio de San Lazaro, Max. 

LAZO, EDUARDO. 
Tu bien lo sabes, bolero, letra y_ musica 
[by] Eduardo Lazo, orquestacion de 
Evaristo Tafoya.^ © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Miisica, s.a., Mexico; 
23May49; EF13469. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

LAZZARO, ELDO DI. 

(Incontri di notte) II valzer d'ogni bambina; 
dal film Incontri de notte, parole de A. 
Mari [and] Di Lazzaro, musica di Eldo 
Di Lazzaro, orr hestr. di V. Ripa. 
© Edizioni Musicali Italiane EMI. Milano; 
28Apr43; EF12491, Piano-conductor 
score: orchestra, with words. 

Rosabella del Molise; canzone popolare, 
parole diDi Lazzaro [and] Gianipa [pseud. \ 
musica di E. Di Lazzaro. © Edizioni 
Musicali Italiane, Milano; 9Dec42; 
EF12490. 

Voglio bene soltanto a te; canzone dal film 
omonimo, musica di Eldo Di Lazzaro, 
parole di A. Mari. © Edizioni musicali 
italiane, Milano; 15jan47 (in notice: 1946); 
EF13548. 
LEACH, DOROTHY MARIE, 1931- 

O Thou Rock; thrilling new solo complete 
with words by Bert Atkinson and music 
[by] Dorothy Leach. © Albert Burnett 
Atkinson, Jr.; 25Apr49; EP37325. Close 
score: SATB. 

LEADER, WILLIAM. 
Until tomorrow comes; words and music by 
Andy Capano, Jack Ziehler and Bill Leader. 
© Supervisor Music Publishing Co., Phila- 
delphia; 13May49; EP36782. 
Your own home town; by Carabel Carroll 
and Bill Leader. © Supervisor Music 
Publishing Co., Philadelphia; 13May49; 
EP36783. For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols. 

LEAHY, JOSEPH. 
Brush those tears from your eyes. See 

Lee, Jimmy. 
Comme ci, comme ca. See C oquatrlx, 

Bruno. 
Dreamy old New England moon. See 

Freedman, Max C. 
Where flamingoes fly. See Spoliansky, 

Mischa. 

LEAL, EDUARDO ALARCOn. _§ee 
Alarcon Leal, Eduardo. 

LEAL, FELIPE VALDEZ. 
Tu, solo tu; cancion ranchera, letra y 
musica de Felipe Valdez Leal. © Promo- 
tora Hispano Americana de Musica, s.a., 
Mexico; 28Mar49; EF13233. 

LEAMAN, GEORGE LOUIS. 
After that I don't remember. See Scotto, 

Vincent. Un de la Canebiere. 
A good man is hard to find. See Green, 

Eddie. 



Margie. See Conrad, Con. 

LEAMAN, LOU. gee 
Leaman, George Louis. 

LEARSI, pseud . See 
Israel, Marcel. 

LEAVITT, HELEN SEWALL. 
Recordings for the elementary school [by] 
Helen S. Leavitt and Warren S. Freeman. 
127 p. illus. © Oliver Durrell, inc., 
New York; 25Mar49, A31767. 

LEBEDEFF, AARON. 
Israel, Israel [Isroel, Isroel] Words and 
melody by Aaron Lebedeff, arr. for 
voice and piano by Philip Laskowsky. 
New York, Metro Music Co. © Henry 
Lefkowitch; 25Aug48; EP32535. Words 
in both Yiddish and Yiddish transliter- 
ated. 

LE BLANC, ROBERT, 1921- 
Le Blanc Clarinet system; [by Robert La 
Blanc] © Robert Le Blanc; 4Feb49; 
EU156932. 

LECHTHALER. JOSEF, 1891-1948. 
Variationen-Suite; [by] Josef Lechthaler. 
Op. 49, Nr. 2. Hrsg. von Karl Scheit. 
(Misik fur Gitarre, UE 11321) © Univer- 
sal-Edition, Wien; 8Jul43; on arrange- 
ment; EF12243. 

LECLERC, JEAN. 
Dix-sept contredanses et 13 menuets; pour 
deux violons, [by] Jean Leclerc. Premier 
ed. nouvelle, de Rudolf Schoch [et] Paula 
Grilz. © Hug & Co., Zurich; 10Mar49; 
EF12664. 

LECOCQ, CHARLES. 
Le petit due; musique de Charles Lecocq, 
transcription et arrangement pour ac- 
cordion par H. Rawson [pseud.] avec 
adaptation du systeme international de no- 
tation, basses et accords. © Editions 
Joubert, Paris; 3jan49 (in notice: 1948)- 
on transcription & arrangement; EF12704. 

Prelude, [by] Frederic Lecocq, tran- 
scribed for organ by N. Lindsay Norden. 
© Edward Schuberth & Co., inc., New 
York; 10Jan49; on transcription; EP33627. 
Includes registration for Hammond organ. 

LECUONA, MARGARITA. 
Milagro; bolero cancion, letra y musica 
de Margarita Lecuona. Buenos Aires, 
Editorial Argentina de Musica Interna- 
cional. © Peer International Corp.; 
30Dec48; EF13029. 

LECUONA Y CASADO, ERNESTO, 1895- 

(Andalucia) Cordoba; [from the Spanish 
suite, Andalucia] by Ernesto Lecuona, 
arr. by Enrico C. Cabiati and Mario Carta. 
© Edward 3. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 28Apr49; on arrangement; EP36669. 
2 scores for 2 pianos. 

(Andalucia) Cordoba; from the Spanish 
suite Andalucia, by Ernesto Lecuona, 
arr. by Larry Anthony. © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp., New York; 25Mar49; 
on arrangement; EP35189. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 
(Andalucia) Gitanerias, from the suite 
Andalucia, [bylErnesto Lecuona, arr. 
by Howard M. Peterson. © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp.. New York; 13Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP33668. Score (xylo- 
phone or marimba and piano) and part. 
(Andalucia) Malaguena [from Andalucia, 
suite espagnole] English lyric by Marian 
Banks, music and Spanish lyric by Ernesto 
Lecuona, choral arrangement by Clay 
Warnick. © Edward B. Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 4May49; on arrange- 
ment; EP36567. Score: chorus (SATB) 
and piano. 

Malaguena; for two-part treble soprano 
and alto or tenor and baritone. English 
lyric by Marian Banks, music and Spanish 
lyric by Ernesto Lecuona, choral arrange- 
ment by Clay Warnick. © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp., New York; 2Jun49; on 
arrangement; EP37262. 



LEDIG, CLIFFORD L 
I'll make believe; words and music by 
Clifford L. Ledig. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 28jun48; EP32877. 

LEE, ERNEST MARKHAM, 1874- 
"Six short voluntaries for organ; by E. 
Markham Lee. © Alfred Lengnick & Co., 
ltd., London; 20Jan49; EF12138. 

Soldiers of Christ, arise; anthem for 
soprano, alto and bass, [by] E. Markham 
Lee, [words by] C. Wesley. (York 
series, no. 1481) © Banks & Son, York, 
Eng.; 30Nov48; EF12284. 

Thirteen Christmas carols, new and old; 
set 6, selections arr. by E. Markham Lee. 
(York series, no. 1488) © Banks & Son, 
York, Eng.; 10Sep48; EF12285. Close 
score: SATB; and tonic sol-fa notation. 

LEE, ERNIE. 
Love me now or never; words and music 
by Ernie Lee. © Ernest Tubb Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; HMay49; EP37145. 

Tennessee tears. See King, Erwin. 

LEE, ETTA. 
What could I do without Jesus? See 

Cravens, Rupert. 
Why did you tell Him no? See Harris, 
Thoro. 
LEE, GEORGE. 
Lost in a dream with you. See Carleton, 
Robert Louis. 
LEE, HELEN. 
Whispering wind. See Hall, David. 

LEE, JIMMY. 

Brush those tears from your eyes; by 
Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace [and] Jimmy 
Lee, arr. for Hawaiian, electric & 
plectrum guitar [by the Oahu Staff] 
© Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
31jan49; on arrangement, EP34430. 

Brush those tears from your eyes: by 
Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace [and] Jimmy 
Lee. Female vocal arrangement by Joe 
Leahy. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
3QDec48; on vocal arrangement; EP33325. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Brush those tears from your eyes; by 
Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace [and] Jimmy 
Lee. Male vocal arrangement by Joe 
Leahy. © Leeds Music Corp., New York; 
30Dec48; on vocal arrangement; EP33326. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

Brush those tears from your eyes, fox trot 
by Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace [and] 
Jimmy Lee, [for] concertina, arr. by 
Joseph P. Elsnic. Chicago, Vitak Elsnic 
Co. ([Pub. order] no. 731) © Leeds Music 
Corp.; 20Jan49; on arrangement; EP33818. 

LEE, LESTER. 
(All for love) Dreamer with a penny [from] 
All for love; words and music by Allan 
Roberts and Lester Lee. © George Simon, 
inc., New York; 3Jan49; EP32538. 
All for love, from All for love; words and 
music by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee. 
© George Simon, inc., New York; 20Jan49; 
EP33853. 

(All for love) My baby's bored, from All 
for love; words and music by Allan 
Roberts and Lester Lee. © George Simon, 
inc., New York; 22Jan49; EP33854. 

(All for love) My heart's in the middle of 
July; [from the] musical revue All for 
love, by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee. 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 
York; 18Feb49; EP34777. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

(All for love) No time for nothin' but you; 
from All for love, by Allan Roberts and 
Lester Lee. © George Simon, inc., New 
York; 31Jan49; EP34140. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 



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LEE, LESTER. Cont'd. 

(All for love) Oh, how fortunate ye mortals 
be, from All for love, by Allan Roberts 
and Lester Lee. © George Simon, inc., 
New York; 21Jan49; EP33852. 

(All for love) On the Benjamin B. Odell, 
from All for love, by Allan Roberts and 
Lester Lee. © George Simon, inc., New 
York; 27Jan49; EP33891. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

(All for love) Run to me, my love, from 
All for love, by Allan Roberts and Lester 
Lee. © George Simon, inc., New York; 
21Jan49; EP33851. 

Bride and groom polka; by Allan Roberts 
and Lester Lee, arr. by Ray Carter 
[pseud.] (In Krumbein, Maurice, arr . 
Popular songs for Hammond organ, no. 3. 
p. 8-11) © George Simon, inc.; lAug48; 
EP34974. 

Dreamer with a penny. See his All for love. 

I want to learn about love. See his 

Slightly French. 
(Make believe ballroom) Miss-In-be- 
tween Blues; by Allan Roberts and Lester 
Lee. From the picture Make believe 
ballroom. © Mood Music Co., inc., 
New York; 27Apr49; EP36515. For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols. 
My baby's bored. See his. All for love. 

My heart's in the middle of July. See his 

All for love. 
No time for nothin' but you. See his. All 

for love. 
Oh, how fortunate ye mortals be. See Jus 

All for love. 

An old magnolia tree; by Allan Roberts 

' and Lester Lee. © Mood Music Company, 
inc., New York; 28Feb49; EP34806. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

On the Benjamin B. Odell. See his All for 
love. 

Run to me, my love. See his All for love. 

(Slightly French) I want to learn about love, 
[from the picture] Slightly French, by 
Allan Roberts and Lester Lee. © Mood 
Music Co., inc., New York; 20Dec48; 
EP33233. 
Words that are breaking my heart; by 

Allan Roberts and Lester Lee. © Mood 

Music Co., inc., New York; 10Mar49; 

EP34948. For voice and piano, with 

chord symbols. 

LEE, LINDA, pseud . See 
Flory, Linda C. 

LEE, NELLIE OLIANNA. 
Turn to the Savior. See Harris, Thoro. 

LEE, OLAV. 
Behold our Savior. See Sateren, Leland 
Bernhard. 

LEE, PATSY. 
An Irishman will never fight till an argu- 
ment's at hand; by Red Ingle, Herm Crone 
and Patsy Lee. © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York; 14Apr49; EP35942 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

LEE, RAY. 
Who's foolin' who? 
Thomas N. 



See Morrissey, 



LEE, ROGER. 
The baton. Twirling made easy. 98 p. 
illus. © Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New 
York; 21Apr49; A32036. 

LEE, T CHARLES 

The face of Moses shone, anthem for mixed 
chorus, [by] T. Charles Lee, [words from] 
Exodus. (Church music review, no. 2092) 
© The H. W. Gray Co., inc., New York: 
24Jan49; EP33962. 

LEECH, LIDA SHIVERS. 
Glad tidings. See Lillenas, Haldor. 

Sing little children. See Meredith, Isaac 
Hickman. 



ary 



LEEDER, JOSEPH A. 
Log for Music Americans sing. See 

Wilson, Harry Robert. 
Music Americans sing. See Wilson, Harry R. 

LEEDS, MILTON, pseud , gee 
Liberman, Milton. • 

LEFKOWTTCH, HENRY, 1891- 
Hatikvah. Our hope; national anthem of 
Israel, with additional words as sung in 
the new state of Israel. Arr. for voice 
and piano by Henry Lefkowitch. [Words 
by N. H. Imber] New York, Metro Music 
Co. © Henry Lefkowitch; 15Sep48; on 
arrangement; EP35464, Words in English 
and Hebrew, with transliteration. 
Yerushalayim. Jerusalem; Palestinian 
song ; arr. for voice and piano by Henry 
Lefkowitch. New York, Metro Music Co. 
© Henry Lefkowitch; 15Sep48; on arrange- 
ment; EP35463. Words in Hebrew, with 
transliteration. 

LE FLEMING, CHRISTOPHER. 
Egypt's might is tumbled down; song [by] 
Christopher Le Fleming, [words by Mai 
Coleridge] © J. & W. Chester, ltd., 
London; 26Apr49; EF13287. 

LEFTRIDGE, GEORGE WILLIAM. 
Waiting always for you. See Dysart, 
Ethel Dorothy. 

LEGRAND, JEAN MARIE. 

L'oiseau de passage. See Pingault, Claude. 

Plume au vent. 
LEGUERNEY, JACQUES, 1906- 

(Poemes de la Pleiade) Au sommeil, [from] 
Vingt poemes de la Pleiade, l er recueil, 
pour soprano ou tenor, [by] Jacques 
Leguerney, [words by] Philippe Desportes. 
© Rouart, Lerolle & Cie, Paris, 9Mar49; 
EF12722. 

(Poemes de la Pleiade) ^Bel aubepin; [from] 
Vingt poemes de la Pleiade, l ez ^ recueil, 
pour soprano ou tenor, [by] Jacques 
Leguerney, [words by] Ronsard. © Rouart, 
Lerolle & Cie, Paris; 9Mar49, EF12721. 

(Poemes de la Pleiade) Je me lamente, 
[from] Vingt poemes de la Pleiade, l= r 
recueil, pour soprano ou tenor, [by] 
Jacques Leguerney, [words by] Ronsard. 
© Rouart, Lerolle & Cie, Paris, 9Mar49, 
EF12720. 

(Poemes de la Pleiade) Si mille oeillets, 
[from] Vingt poemes de la Pleiade, l er 
recueil, pour soprano ou tenor, [by] 
Jacques Leguerney, [words by] Ronsard. 
© Rouart Lerolle & Cie, Paris, 9Mar49; 
EF12723. 

LEHAR, FERENC, 1870-1948. 
Children's album; famous melodies by 
Franz Lehar, arr. by Frederick Herbert. 
© Glocken Verlag, ltd., London; lFeb49; 
on arrangement; EF12344. For piano. 
(Giuditta) To you I give my heart, vocal 
duet from the musical play Giuditta, words 
by Phil Park, from the German of Paul 
Knepler and Fritz Lohner, music by Franz 
Lehar. © Chappell & Co., ltd., London, 
21Feb49, on English words; EF12577. 
(Das Land des Lachelns) Yours is my 
heart alone. Tuyo es mi corazon; music 
by Franz Lehar, words by Ludwig Herzer 
and Fritz Lohner, English version by 
Harry B. Smith, Spanish version by 
Johnnie Camacho. [From Das Land des 
Lachelns] © Shubert Music Publishing 
Corp., New York; 26Apr49; on Spanish 
version; EP36512. 
LEHAR, FRANZ. §ee 
Lehar, Ferenc. 

LEHMAN, LOUIS PAUL, 1914- 
He proved it [by] Louis P. Lehman. 
( With his Prayer for teen-agers) 
© Louis P. Lehman; 27Dec48; EP34262. 
Hymn, with music. 
A living Christ [by] Louis P. Lehman. 
( With his Prayer for teen-agers) 
© Louis P. Lehman; 27Dec48; EE34259. 
Hymn, with music. 



Prayer for teen-agers [by] Louis P. Leh- 
man. © Louis P. Lehman; 27Dec48; 
EP34260. Close score: SATB. 
Sing hallelujah [by] Louis P. Lehman. 
( With his Prayer for teen-agers) © Louis 
P. Lehman; 27Dec48; EP34261. Hymn, 
with music. 
LEHNHOFF, SHEPPARD. 
Vale of song. See Rolfe, Walter. 

LEIDZEN, ERIK WILLIAM GUSTAF. 
Gallop. See Khachaturian, Aram Il'ich. 

Masquerade suite. 
Miniature Viennese march. See Kreisler, 
Fritz. Marche miniature viennoise. 

Pines of the Appian Way. See Respighi, 

Ottorino. Pini di Roma. 
Rondino on a theme of Beethoven. See 

Kreisler, Fritz. 
A selection of Noel Coward songs. See 

Coward, Noel Pierce. 
Three dances. See German, Sir Edward. 

Nell Gwyn. 
Trauersinfonie. See Wagner, Richard. 

LEIGH, ROWLAND. 
Butterfly of fashion. 



See Shubert, John. 



LEIGHTON, HERB, pseud . See 
Levanthal, Herb. 

LEIGHTON, KENNETH. 

(Sonatina, piano, no. 1) Sonatina no. 1; 
[by] Kenneth Leighton. © Alfred Leng- 
nick & Co., ltd., London; !Mar49; 
EF12757. 

(Sonatina, piano, no. 2) Sonatina no. 2; 
[by] Kenneth Leighton. © Alfred Leng- 
nick & Co., ltd., London; lMar49; EF12758. 

LEIPOLD, JOHN MAX, 1888- 
The John Leipold lessons in counterpoint, 
by John Leipold. © John M. Leipold; 
v. 1-2, lApr49; AA114744. 

The John Leipold lessons in harmony, by 
John Leipold. © John M. Leipold, lMar49; 
AA 1123 55. 

LE JEUNE, CLAUDE, d. 1600. 
Within our arbor green in May. Debat la 
noste trill' en May; Villageoise de Gas- 
cogne; [by] Claude Le Jeune. English 
translation by Harold Heiberg, piano score 
arr. by Herbert Zipper. (The Arthur 
Jordan Conservatory of Music choral 
series, no. 20) © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp., New York; 26Apr49; on 
translation & piano reduction; EP36294. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

LE JEUNE, GEO. 
Kom, mijn lieve Mathilde. See Deltour, 
Emile. 
LEJEUNE, MARCEL. 
Concerto en sol majeur pour violon. See 

Haydn, Joseph. Concerto, violin. 
Concerto en ut majeur pour violon. See 
Haydn, Joseph. Concerto, violin, no. 1. 

LEKYTIE, PAUL, pseud . See 
Stfrensen, Poul Helming. 

LELEU, JEANNE. 
Nauteos, ballet en deux actes et trois 
tableaux [by] Jeanne Leleu. © Henry 
Lemoine & cie, Paris; 15Dec47; EF11666. 
Part: violin 1. 

LELIEVRE, LEO. 

Ca n'est jamais fini. See Iatowski, Jean. 
Cinquante- seize, rue Pigalle. 

LEMARCHAND, HENRI. 
Cuando el corazon. See Canaro, Rafael. 

LEMARQUE, FRANCIS, pseud . See 
Korb, Nathan. 

LENENBERGER, FRANK. 
We've met again. See Patton, Ben. 

LENNERTS, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 
I'm in love with you. See Ryder, Forrest 
Daniel. 



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LENTZ, DONALD A 
Transposition by clef; a complete analysis 
of the functions of the various clefs, for 
the advanced student, by Donald A. Lentz. 
© Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., Minneapolis; 
18Mar49; AA115425. 

LEON, HARRY, pseud . See 
Sugerman, Harry. 

LEONARD, CHARLES M 1918- 

Where do I go from here? By Jon Steele 
[pseud.] and Charles M. Leonard. 
© Blasco Music, inc., Kansas City, Mo.; 
16May49; EP36986. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

LEONARD, DUKE ROBERT. 

To a lonesome heart. See Specht, 
Paul L. 
LEONARD, HAL. 

Sunflower. See David, Mack. 

LEONARD, HARRIET LYON. 
In my heart. See Ferry, Charles T. 

LEONCAVALLO, RUGGIERO 1858-1919. 
Pagliacci; opera in 2 acts, [by] Rugglero 
Leoncavallo. Original vocal score, 
with English [and J Italian text, Italian 
text by Ruggiero Leoncavallo, translation 
by Jane May. © Edwin F. Kalmus, New 
York; 30Dec48; on translation; AA105205. 
Piano-vocal score. 

LEONHARD, HERMANN R 
Agnus Dei; music by Hermann R. Leonhard. 
( With his Sanctus) © Hermann R. Leon- 
hard; 10Mar49; EP35081. Close score: 
SATB. 
Sanctus; music by Hermann R. Leonhard. 
© Hermann R. Leonhard; 10Mar49; 
EP35080. Score: SATB and organ. 

LEOPARD I, GIACOMO. 
Che fai tu, luna? See Vellucci, Paul. 

LEOPOLDI, HERMANN 1888- 
Powidltatschkerln; Polka, Worte: Rudolf 
Skutajan, Musik: Hermann Leopoldi. 
© LudwigDoblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky) K. G., Music Publisher, Wien; 3Jan49; 
EF12632. 
LE POINTE, HENRI. 
Z mrokow i switow. See Laks, Szymon. 

LERNER, ALAN JAY. 
Love song. .See Weill, Kurt. Love life. 

This is the life. See Weill, Kurt. Love 
life. 
LE ROUX, MAURICE. 
Introduction a la musique contemporaine. 
Pref. de Claude Delvincourt. 127 p. 
© Les Editions du Grenier a sel, Paris; 
30Sep47; AF9160. 

LEROY, DANNY, pseud . See 
Lapidos, Daniel. 

LEROY, JOSEPH, pseud . See 
Lapidos, Joseph Leroy. 

LESACO, M., pseud . See 
Cassel, Irwin M. 

LESLIE, EDGAR, 1885- 
Seeing red and singing blue. See Bloom, 

Rube. 
When a peach is the apple of your eye, a 

tutti frutti jingle, by Edgar Leslie. 

© Edgar Leslie; 9Feb49; EP34236. 

LESLIE, NAT. 
Love is a wonderful thing. See Giles, 
Johnny Edward. 

LESLIE-SMITH, KENNETH. 

My guiding star; ballad, words by Thomas 

Connor, music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith. 

© Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 

30Dec48; EF12029. 

Songs to a small guitar. See Hayes, Elton. 

LESOCKY, JOSEPH. 
In sunny California, words and music by 
Joseph Lesocky. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 28Feb49; EP37770. 



LESTER, CHARLIE. 
They say that's love, words and music by 
Charlie Lester. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 70ct48; EP32863. 

LETZ, HANS, camp. 
Music for the violin and viola. New York, 
Rinehart. 107 p. (The Field of music, 
vol. 2) © Hans Letz; 29Dec48; A28685. 

LEUPOLD, ULRICH S 1909- ed. 

The two-staff organ book; a collection of 
easy numbers for the church service, ed. 
by U. S. Leupold. © Waterloo Music Co., 
Waterloo, Ont., Can.; 31Dec48; EF13265. 

LEV, RAY. 
Concerto grosso. See Bach, Johann 
Sebastian. 

LEVENSON, A. 
Es brent briderlech, es brent. See Gebirtik, 
Mordecai. 
[LEVENTHAL, HERB] 
I didn't know the gun was loaded, words 
and music by Hank Fort and Herb 
Leighton [pseud.] © Leeds Music Pub- 
lishing Co., inc., New York; 4Mar49; on 
revision of words & music; EP34975. 

LeVIER, GEORGE. 

A wedding in the park. See Greenwood, 
Foster. 
LEVIN, ROLAND. __ 
Sommar och sol ar har igen. See Ahlin, 

Ernfrid. 
LEVINE, HENRY. 
April showers. See Silvers, Louis. 

Hallelujah! See Youmans, Vincent. Hit 

the deck. 
I got rhythm. See Gershwin, George. Girl 

crazy. 

I love a parade. See Arlen. Harold. 
Limehouse blues. See Braham, Philip. 

Oh, lady be good. See Gershwin, George. 

Lady be good. 
Silver moon. See Romberg, Sigmund. My 

Maryland. 

The teddy bears' picnic. See Bratton, 
JohnW. 

LEVINE, HERBERT. 

Until the stars fade away. See Berman, 

Stephen Alexander. 
LEVISON, K. F. 

Nattevagt. See Olsen, Carl. 

LEVY, ANNETTE. 
My heart's desire; words and music by 
Annette Levy, © Broadcast Music, inc.. 
New York; 21Jan49; EP34793. 

LEWIN, PETER, 1888- 
Promise, by Louis Herscher [and] Peter 
Lewin. © Ranch Music Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 3Jan49; EP32527. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 
LEWIS, AL. 
Susan Van Dusan O'Shay; by Al Lewis. 
© Harman Music, inc., New York; 
HApr49; EP36064. Melody and chord 
symbols, with words. 
LEWIS, BETTY B. 
Hush-a-bye, don't you cry. See Iden, 
Raymond John. 

LEWIS, CURTIS. 
Pick up on the ree bop kick. See Hamner, 
Curley. 

LEWIS, EDDIE. 
Don't say maybe, baby. See Miellmier, 
William J. 

LEWIS, HARRY. 
This perfect day; ballad by Harry Lewis. 
© The Peter Maurice Music Co., ltd., 
New York; 24Feb49, EF12985. For voice 
and piano. 
LEWIS, HARRY C. 
It's too lovely an evening. See Hall, David. 

The seventh Sunday in June on the second 
Tuesday in that week. See Hall, David. 



LEWIS, HUNTER MERIWETHER, 1905- 
Te Deum in C, by Hunter M. Lewis. 
© Rev. Hunter Meriwether Lewis; 
10Oct48; EP33684. Score: chorus (SATB) 
and organ. 
LEWIS, JESSIE D 1875- 

Sing praises to our God, S.A.T.B., anthem 
for mixed voices with junior choir or 
solo voice, by Jessie D. Lewis [words 
by J. Chandler] (Octavo no. 888) © Bel- 
win, inc., New York; 19Jan49; EP33771. 
LEWIS, JOHN. 
Two bass hit. See Gillespie, John. 

LEWIS, ROGER. 
One dozen roses. See Jurgens, Dick. 

LEWIS, RUTH. 
I do not want a little love nest. See HaU, 
David. 

LEWIS, SAMUEL E 
I'll serve Jesus; words and music by Samuel 
E. Lewis, arr. by Virginia Davis. © The 
Theodore R. Frye Publishers, Chicago; 
2Dec48; EP34152. 

LEY, HENRY G. 
Passacaglia. See Walton, William Turner. 

Henry V . 
Prelude in A minor. See Krebs, Johann 
Ludwig. 

LEY, HENRY GEORGE. 

Be peace on earth. See Crotch, William. 
Palestine. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittls; [by] Henry G. 
Ley, [Biblical words] (Church music, 
no. 516) © The Oxford Univ. Press, 
London; 24Mar49; EF12946. Score: SSS 
and organ. 
LEYVA, NICOLAS P|REZ. See 

Perez Leyva, Nicolas. 

LIADOV, ANATOLli KONSTANTINOVICH, 

1855-1914. 

Prelude; [by] Anatole Liadow. Op. 24, 
no. 1. Arr. by George Blake. ([Pub. 
order] no. 28037) © Theodore Presser 
Co., Philadelphia; 5Apr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35722. For organ; includes reg- 
istration for Hammond organ. 

Prelude; [by] Anatole Liadow. Op. 31. 
no. 2. Arr. by George Blake. ([Pub. 
order] no. 28038) © Theodore Presser 
Co., Philadelphia; 5Apr49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35723. For organ; includes reg- 
istration for Hammond organ. 

LIANDER, C. G. 

Behold our Savior. See Sateren, Leland 
Bernhard. 
LIBERMAN, MILTON. 

Broadway choo-choo. See Hayes, Billy. 

Everyone has someone but me. See 

Denney, Dave. 
Little hula honey. See Hayes, Billy. 

Pick me up and set me down in Texas. 
See Hayes, Billy. 



Prairieland polka. 
Theodore. 



See Frisch, Albert 



LIBORIO, CHARLES L. 
Airport polka. See Hoven, George. 

LICATA, MARY J. 
You said you'd rather be alone. See 
Buck, Ronald. 

LICHNER, HEINRICH, 1829- 1898. 
Gypsy dance; by Heinrich Lichner, arr. by 
Harry Breuer. © Harry Breuer, New 
York; 15Mar49; on arrangement; EP34413. 
Parts: piano and marimba or xylophone. 

Tulip; polka, by Heinrich Lichner, arr. by 
Harry Breuer. © Harry Breuer, New 
York; 15Mar49; on arrangement; EP34412. 
Parts: piano and marimba or xylophone. 

LIDHOLM, INGVAR. 
(Sonata, piano) Sonata; [byjlngyar Lidholm. 
© AB Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stock- 
holm; ljan48; EF12774. 



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LIDHOLM, INGVAR. Cont'd. 

Toccata e canto; for kammarorkester [Dyj 
Ingvar Lidholm. © Ingvar Lidholm; 
31Mar49; EU153064. Score: orchestra. 

LIEBER, ARTHUR. 
Chubby toes; by Arthur Lieber [rev. ar- 
rangement by Chester Nordman] 
© Shattinger, inc., St. Louis; 23May49; 
on arrangement; EP37058. For piano. 
LIEBERMANN, ROLF, 1910- 
"Furioso; fur Orchester. [By] Rolf Lieber- 
mann. Partitur. © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 12Nov48; EF12371. Score. 

LIEBMAN, MAX. 
Eileen. See Fine, Sylvia. 

LIEBMANN, JACK. 
The wedding waltz; words by Nick Castle, 
music by Jack Liebmann [and] Nick 
Castle. © Arch Music Co.. inc., New 
York; 28Mar49 (in notice: 1948); EP35416. 

LIEFELD JO. 
Dance of the keys, piano solo, by Jo Liefeld. 
([Pub. order noJ P2603) © Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York; 7Apr49; EP36216. 



LIESEN, A. 
Der Kremer. 



See Belarsky, Sidor. 



LESS, ANDREAS. 
Johann Joseph Fux, ein steirischer Meister 
des Barock, nebst einem Verzeichnis neuer 
Werkfunde. 90 p. illus. © Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) K.G., 
Wien; 14Apr48; AF9733. 

LIKENS, MRS . LYLE. 
The prairies are calling to me. See West, 
Robert Haight. 

LILJEFORS, INGEMAR. 
Lyrisk svit; for liten orkester, av Ingemar 
Liljefors. © Ingemar Liljefors; 31Mar49; 
EU163059. Score: orchestra. 
TvS singer; [by] Ingemar Liljefors, till 
text av Hjalmar Gullberg. © Foreningen 
svenska tonsattare, Stockholm; ljan46; 
EF12789. For voice and piano. 

LILLENAS, BERTHA MAE, 1889-1945. 
Go quickly; [by] Bertha Mae Lillenas, 

S words by] D. A. Needham. (In Lillenas, 
laldor. Inspiring gospel solos and duets, 
no. 2, no. 66) © Wendell Lillenas; 
29Nov48; EP36151. For voice and piano. 

LILLENAS, CONRAD. 
Love came down and died for sin; [by] 
Conrad Lillenas, author [of words] un- 
known. (In Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets no. 2. no. 65) 
© Nazarene Publishing House, 22Dec48, 
EP37496. 

LILLENAS, HALDOR, 1885- 
The beautiful City of Gold. See Renshaw, 

S. B. 
Children' s Day and Rally Day program 

builder. See Ramquist, Grace. 

Come, Lord, my heart to sanctify. See 
Apple, Ruby. 

The day divine, an Easter service lor me 
church school, by Haldor Lillenas and 
others [words by Vida Munden Nixon, 
Grace Krogh Boiler and others] Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. © Haldor 
Lillenas; 2Jan49; EP34242. 

A Friend have I; [by] Haldor Lillenas. 
&n_his Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 23) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; 22Dec48; EP37484. 

Glad tidings; a Christmas service for the 
Sabbath school with selections for the 
choir, by Richard Hainsworth [pseud.] and 
others, |words by Laverne Grey [pseud.] 
Lida Shivers Leech and others] Kansas 
City, Mo,, Lillenas Pub. Co. © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 30Sep35; EP37894. 

Have you peace in your heart? [By] Haldor 
Lillenas, [words by] Hiram Garfield Fagan. 
© Hiram Garfield Fagan; 20Dec48; 
EP33873. Close score: SATB. 



He pilots me; [by] Haldor Lillenas, [words 
byj W. C. Poole. (In his Inspiring gospel 
solos and duets no. 2. no. 57) © Naza- 
rene Publishing House; 22Dec48; 
EP37492. 

His word shall not pass away; words by 
Cecil W. Brown, music by Haldor Lillenas. 
© Cecil W. Brown; 16Mar49; EP35068. 

I know that He will walk with me; [by I 
Haldor Lillenas, [words by] H. L. (In 
his Inspiring gospel solos and duets, 
no. 2, no. 79) © Wendell Lillenas; 
27Nov48; EP36152. 

Inspiring gospel solos and duets; comp. 

tand arr.] by Haldor Lillenas. Kansas 
:ity, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. © Haldor 
Lillenas; no.2, 22Dec48; EP33683. 

Inspiring gospel solos and duets; comp. 

by Haldor Lillenas. Kansas City Mo., 
Lillenas Pub. Co. [1943] Partial contents 
separately registered: EP37054. 

Jesus, I my cross have taken; Hawaiian 
melody, arr. by Haldor Lillenas, [words 
by] Henry F. Lyte. (In. his Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets no. 2. no. 102) 
© Nazarene Publishing House; 22Dec48; 
EP37499. 

Jewels for Mother's day, no. 2, a service 
for the church school by Haldor Lillenas 
and others [words by Vida Munden Nixon, 
Ina Duly Ogdon & others] Kansas City, 
Mo., Lillenas Publishing Co. © Haldor 
Lillenas; 2Feb49; EP34133. 

King's highway songs; Haldor Lillenas, 
editor. Comp. and arr. by Ray Moore, 
R. W. Stringfield [and others] © Nazarene 
Publishing House, Kansas City, Mo.; 
18Apr49; EP36130. Hymns, with music. 

Light on the hills; a service for the Sunday 
school, by Haldor Lillenas, [words by] 
Carolyn R. Freeman and others. Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. © Haldor 
Lillenas; 28Feb41; EP37895. 

The Lillenas choir; a collection of gospel 
anthems and choruses for mixed voices, 
comp. and arr. by Haldor Lillenas. 
Kansas City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. 
© Haldor Lillenas; bk. 2, HMar49; 
EP35379. 

Lord, make my life a lovely song; [byj 
Haldor Lillenas. (In his Inspiring gospel 
solos and duets no. 2.no. 103) © Naza- 
rene Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37500. 
Hymn, with music. 

Make my Saviour your Saviour too, [by] 
Haldor Lillenas. (In his Inspiring gospel 
solos and duets no. 2. no. 62) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48, EP37495. 
Hymn, with music. 

Nobody can, like Jesus. See Halderman, 
Ethel. 

Rest in the arms of God; [by] Haldor 
Lillenas, [words by] Evelyn Dunlop. 
(In his Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 21) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; 22Dec48; EP37482. 

A Saviour wonderful; [by] Haldor Lillenas. 
(In his Inspiring gospel solos and duets, 
no. 2, no. 46) © Wendell Lillenas; 
27Nov48; EP36150. For voice and piano. 

That happy home on high; [by] Haldor 
Lillenas, [words by] Mary M. Molz. 



EP37049. 



© Mary M. Molz; lMay4£ 
Close score: SATB. 



Was it you? Was it I? [By] Haldor 
Lillenas, [words by] Vida Munden Nixon. 
(In Jus Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 27) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; 22Dec48; EP37486. 

Wonderful story; a Christmas service for 
Sunday schools, by Haldor Lillenas & 
others, [words by Grayce Krogh Boiler, 
Carolyn R. Freeman and others] Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. © Haldor 
Lillenas; 25Aug47; EP37893. 



LILLENAS, LOLA DELL, 1894- 
His wonderful promises; [by] Lola Dell 
Lillenas, [words by] Kathryn Blackburn 
Peck. (In Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets, no. 2, no. 151) 
© Lola Dell Lillenas; 22Dec48; EP36153. 

LILLYA, CLIFFORD P. 
A mighty fortress is our God. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

LINCKE, PAUL. 
Chimes of spring; Spring beautiful spring, 
waltz, by Paul Lincke. Simplified ar- 
rangement for piano four hands by Louis 
Sugarman. (ln_Sugarman, Louis, arr 
Marks' simplified piano duet album, 
p, 16-17) © Edward B Marks Music 
Corp., New York; 15Feb49; on arrange- 
ment; EP34340. 

LIND, WILLIAM. 
Driver dagg. See Wallerstrom, Bengt. 

En drom, rumba, musik [och arr.]: William 
Lind. © Ehrling & Lofvenholm A.-B., 
Stockholm; ljan47; EF11789. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts. 

Folkvisa. See Wallerstrom, Bengt. 

Driver dagg, faller regn. 
Forskarls-lat. See Wallerstrom, Bengt. 

Driver dagg, faller regn. 
Rytmiskt capriccio; kvintett-arrangemang 

ay William Lind. © Ab Nordiska musik- 

forlaget, Stockholm; ljan47; EF11901. 

Parts: 3 violins, violoncello, bass and 

piano. 

Solnedgang. See Janthe, Sven. 

Valse capricieuse. See Castegren, Nils. 

LINDBERG, OSKAR FREDRIK, 1887- 
En liten danssvit, [by] Oskar Lindberg, arr.: 
Sven Skold. © Elkan & Schildknecht, Emil 
Carelius, Stockholm; ljan47, EF11777. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 
Tva singer, av Oskar Lindberg, texter 
av Mildred Thorburn-Busck. © AB 
Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
ljan23; EF11790. 

LINDEMAN, EMMA. 
When I met Jesus. See Grummons, Ruth 
Norine. 

LINDEMAN, L M 1812-1887. 

For the beauty of the earth; theme by L. M. 
Lindeman, arr. F. Melius Christiansen. 
[Words by] F. S, Pierpont. (St. Olaf choir 
series, 244) © Augsburg Publishing 
House, Minneapolis; 20Oct48; EP35586. 
Score: chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 
O land of our King; [by] F. Melius Chris- 
tiansen, theme by L. M. Lindeman, 
[words by] N. F. S. Grundtvig, tr. [by] 
S. D. Rodholm. (St. Olaf choir series, 230) 
© Augsburg Publishing House, Minnea- 
polis; 13Aug47; EP35575. Score: baritone, 
chorus (SATB) and piano reduction. 

LINDFORS, EULA ASHWORTH. 
To a butterfly, piano solo by Eula Ashworth 
Llndfors. © Mills Music, Inc., New York; 
31Dec48; EP32765. 

LINDORM, ERIK. 
De tolv strangarna. See Turesson, 
Gunnar. 

LINDQVIST, RAFAEL. 
Souda, souda sinisorsa. See Sibelius, 
Jean. 
LINDSAY, VACHEL. 
A dirge for a righteous kitten. See 

Kettering, Eunice Lea. 
The moon's the north wind's cooky. 
See Kettering, Eunice Lea. 

The sun says his prayers. See Kettering, 
Eunice Lea. 

LINDSTROM, RUNE. 
For syndaskarn och dygdeljus. See 
Norlen, Hakan. 
LINGLE, GRACE B. 
I'm tradin' the old for the new. See Hall, 
David. 



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LINHART, FRANK. 
At home, laendler, orchestra arrangement 
by Frank Linhart. © Vitak-Elsnic Co., 
Chicago; 2Mar48; EP34014. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

LINK, HARRY] 

(Without rhyme or reason) I worry 'bout 
you; from the musical Without rhyme or 
reason, lyric by Fred Hillebrand, music 
by John Alton [pseud.] © Leo Feist, inc., 
New York; 6Aug48; on new & additional 
words, changed & additional music; 
EP36671. 

LIOGAR, pseud . See 
Garzon y Anton, Julio Aurelio. 

LIPATTI, DINU, 1917- 
(Concertino. piano) Concertino, im klassis- 
chen Stil fur Klavler und kleines Orchester. 
En style classique pour piano et orchestre 
de chambre, [by] Dinu Lipatti. Partitur. 
© Universal-Edition, Wien, 31Dec41, 
EF12269. 

LIPPMAN, SIDNEY, 1914- 
"A" - you're adorable; the alphabet song, 
words and music by Buddy Kaye, Fred 
Wise [and] Sidney Lippman. © The Laurel 
Music Co., New York; 21Mar49 (in notice: 
1948); EP35110. 

"A" - you're adorable; the alphabet song. 
Words and music by Buddy Kaye, Fred 
Wise [and] Sidney Lippman, arr. by Ralph 
Flanagan. © Laurel Music Co., New York; 
21Mar49 (in notice; 1948); on arrangement; 
EP35109. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

Flattery;' lyric by Sylvia Dee [pseud.], 
music by Sidney Lippman. © Capitol 
Songs, inc., New York; 28Apr49; EP36501. 

I betcha; lyric by Sylvia Dee [pseud.], 
music by Sidney Lippman. © Supreme 
Music Corp., New York; 27May49; 
EP37303. 

They called it Texas: words by Sylvia Dee 
[pseud.] music by Sidney Lippman. © Bob 
Miller, inc., New York; 30Dec48, EP35515. 

Truer words were never spoken; words by 
Sylvia Dee [pseud.], music by Sidney 
Lippman. © Bob Miller, inc., New York; 
24May49; EP37098. 

LIPSCOMB, BRYANT B. 
Strolling in my dreams. See Hall, David. 

LIPTON, ELISE C 1911- 

The match- maker's daughter [by] Harry 
D. Goldberg, Myron L. Llpton & Ellse 
C. Lipton. © Top Music Publishers, 
inc., New York; 5Mar49; EP34742. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
The outlaw's afraid of his in-laws. See 
Llpton, Myron L. 
LIPTON, MYRON L 1914- 

The match-maker's daughter. See Lipton, 

Elise C. 
The outlaw's afraid of his in-laws; novelty- 

comedy song, words by Harry D. Goldberg, 

music by Myron L. Lipton and Elsie C. 

Lipton. © Top Music Publishers, inc., 

New York; 2Apr49; EP35937. 

When you're near. See Varon, Nelson. 

LIPTON, SIDNEY, 1906- 
Sweet harmony; [by] Sidney Lipton, arr. 
by John Douglas. © Lawrence Wright 
Music Co., ltd., London; 8Apr49; EF12830. 
Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 

LIRA, ETTA. 

Jenks "Tex" Carman, the Dixie Cowboy. 
See Carman, Jenks. 

LISBONA, EDWARD MAURICE. 
I get up ev'ry morning. See Lubin, Joe. 

Strolling. See Day, Robert. 



LISZT,, FRANZ, 1811-1886. 
"XAnnees de pelerinage. 1. annee) Bar- 
carolle; Au lac de Wallenstadt [by] Liszt, 
arr. by Colin Taylor. © Augener, ltd., 
London; 14Jan49; on arrangement; 
EF12455. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

Au^lac de Walienstadt. See his Annies de 
pelerinage. 1. annee. 

Barcarolle. See his Annies de pelerinage. 
1. annee. 

(Concerto, piano, no. 1) Concerto no. 1 
in E flat; by Liszt, adapted and arr. for 
piano solo by Albert Marland. © Chap- 
pell & Co., ltd., London; 18May49; on - 
arrangement; EF13515. 

Hungarian rhapsody no. 2; by Franz Liszt, 
arr. by Stephen Kovacs. ([Pub. order 
no.] O 3638) © Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York; 27Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36678. 2 scores for 2 pianos. 

Les jeux d'eau a la Villa d'Este; [byj 
Liszt, ed. de travail [by] Alfred Cortot. 
(Edition nationale de musique classique, 
no. 5432) © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
4Apr49; on arrangement; EF13452. 

Liebestraum. Dream of love. [By] Franz 
Liszt, simplified arr. by Mark White. (In 
New York Journal-American, Oct. 24, 
1948, p. L-6. Music America loves best, 
no. 4) © Radio Corp. of America, Camden, 
N. J.; 240ct48; B5-9814. For piano solo, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

Liebestraum [no. 3] Love dream, by Franz 
Liszt, piano solo. A John W. Schaum 
arrangement. © Belwin, inc., New York; 
17Feb49; on arrangement; EP34331. 

"Rapsodie espagnole; [by] Liszt, ed. de 
travail [by] Alfred Cortot. (Edition 
nationale de musique classique, no. 5442) 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 4Apr49; on 
arrangement; EF13451. 

Rhapsodie hongroise. See Harsanyi, Zsolt. 

A sonnet of praise; pastorale [for] S.A.B., 
by Franz Liszt, freely written by R. Deane 
Shure. (Octavo no. 921) © Belwin, Inc., 
New York; 3Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP32582. 

A sonnet of praise, pastorale [for] S. A., by 
Franz Liszt, freely written by R. Deane 
Shure. (Octavo no. 920) © Belwin, inc., 
New York; 7Jan49; on arrangement, 
EP33471. 

"(Variations, Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, 
Zagen) Variations sur le theme de Bach: 
Pleurer, gemir... Weinen, Klagen... [by] 
Liszt, ed. de travail [by] Alfred Cortot. 
(Edition nationale de musique classique, 
no. 5431) © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
4Apr49; on arrangement; EF13450. 

LITTLE, JACK, 1900- 
Do you miss me like I miss you tonight? 
Words and music by Teddy Powell and 
Little Jack Little. © Alamo Music inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif., 3Mar49; EP35176. 

LITTLE, LOWELL, 1915- 
*Valse Lynnette; solo for cornet, baritone, 
or saxophone with band ace. [by] LoweU 
Little. (Famous band series, no. 177) 
© Belwin, inc., New York; llMar49; 
EP34817. Condensed score and parts. 

LTVERNASH, WILL. 

More than words can say, lyric by Gene 
Fontaine music by Will Livernash. 
© Dave Ringle, New York; 10Feb49; 
EP34234. 

You can't snap your fingers at love; words 
and music by Norman Wood, Rand Brooks 
and Will Livernash. © Jack Howard Pub- 
lications, inc., Philadelphia, 26Apr49; 
EP36241. 

LIVINGSTON, JAY HAROLD. 
Buttons and bows. See Evans, Raymond B. 
The paleface. 

Havin' a wonderful wish. See Evans, 
Raymond B. Sorrowful Jones. 



Here's to love. See Evans, Raymond B. 
My friend Irma. 

Just for fun. See Evans, Raymond B. 
My friend Irma. 

My love loves me. See Evans, Raymond B. 

The heiress. 
My own, my only, my all. See Evans, 

Raymond B. My friend Irma. 
Now and forever. See Young, Victor. Sin 

of Abby Hunt. 
Song of surrender. See Evans, Raymond B. 
Streets of Laredo. See Evans, Raymond B. 
That's not the knot. See Evans, Raymond B. 

You re wonderful. See Young, Victor. 
Bitter victory. 

LIVINGSTON, JERRY, 1909- 
1*11 take you home in my heart tonight; 
words by Mack David, music by Jerry 
Livingston. © Mack David & Jerry Livings- 
ton; HFeb49; EP34374. 
The man with the weird beard; by Milton 
Drake, Al Hoffman [and] Jerry Livingston. 
© Robert Music Corp., New York; 
28Mar49, EP35199. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 
One more time; words by Mack David, 
music by Jerry Livingston. © Santly-Joy, 
inc., New York; ljun49; EP37249. 

LIVINGSTONE, MABEL. 
When I was young. See Wolf, Daniel. 

LLEWELLYN, A. J. 
Sherwood Music School courses. See 
Sherwood Music School, Chicago . 

LLOYD, GEORGE, 1913- 
'Symphony no. 3, in F, [by 1 George Lloyd. 
© George Lloyd; 3Nov48; EF13316, ' 
Score. 

LOAR, JACQUES. 
Je voudrais vous dire en francais. See 
Demany, Jacques. 

LOBOS, HEITOR VILLA- See 
Villa-Lobos, Heitor. 

LOCKE, ALBERT CHARLES, 1926- 
Pineapple jump; melody and arrangement by 
Albert C. Locke. © Albert Charles Locke- 
10Feb49; EU156699. Score: orchestra. 

LOCKHART, EUNICE. 
A date with Santa; words and music by 
Eunice Lockhart. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 120ct48; EP32873. 

How was I to know? Words and music by 
Eunice Lockhart. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 21Jun48; EP32872. 

LOCKTON, EDWARD. 
The gay highway. See Drummond, Frederick. 

I'll walk beside you. See Murray, Alan. 

LODGE, HENRY. 
That red head gal; by Van and Schenk [and] 
Henry Lodge, [piano score by Michael 
Edwards] © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; on arrangement; EP35967. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

LOEB, JOHN JACOB, 1910- 
My hot tamale went chilly on me; words 
and music by Milton Berle, Teddy PoweU 
and John Jacob Loeb. © Mutual Music 
Society, inc., New York; 23May49; 
EP37216. 

LOEFFLER, CAROLYN BABETTE, 1882- 
Down in Mississippi; music and lyric by 
Carolyn B. Loeffler. © Carolyn Babette 
Loeffler; 25Mar49 (In notice: 1947); 
EP36101. 

LOHR, HERMAN. 
Where my caravan has rested; for Hammond 
organ, by Herman Lohr, arr. by William 
Stickles. © Chappell & Co., ltd., New 
York; 19Apr49; on arrangement; EP36279. 



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LOES, HARRY DIXON, 1892- 
The banqueting house; [by] Harry Dixon 
Loes, [words by] Johnson Oatman, Jr. 
(In Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel 
solos and duets no. 2. no. 30) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37487. 

Christ's victory flag, choral arrangement, 
words by Charles Albert Gearing, music 
by Harry Dixon Loes. © Charles Albert 
Gearing; 4Dec48; EP32516. 

Christ's victory flag; universal Christian 
flag, march for piano or organ, music by 
Harry Dixon Loes. © Charles Albert 
Gearing; 20Jan49; EP34219. 

Christ's victory flag; universal Christian 
flag, vocal solo or duet, words by Charles 
Albert Gearing, music by Harry Dixon 
Loes. © Charles Albert Gearing; 20Jan49; 
EP34218. 

The heavenly way; [by] Harry Dixon Loes. 
(In Lillenas, Haldor, comp. Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets, [no.] 127) Kansas 
City, Mo., Lillenas Pub. Co. © Nazarene 
Publishing House, 10Jun43, EP37054. 

I'm singing hallelujah; [by] Harry Dixon 
Loes. © Percy B. Crawford; 15Feb49; 
EP35143. Close score: SATB. 

Keep a song In your heart; [by] Harry 

. Dixon Loes, [words by] Leonard Cecil 
Barnett. © Percy B. Crawford; 15Jan49; 
EP35145. Close score: SATB. 

My one desire; [by] Harry Dixon Loes, 
[words by] H. D. kartells. (In Lillenas, 
Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos and duets 
no. 2. no. 33) © Nazarene Publishing 
House; 22Dec48; EP37489. 

Only for a while; [byj Harry Dixon L.oes, 
[words by] Leonard Cecil Barnett. (In. 
Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos 
and duets no. 2. no. 22) © Nazarene Pub- 
lishing House; 22Dec48; EP37483. 

Select sacred songs. See Ives, R. Wingrove. 

Songs of praises. See Kaufmann, Louise. 

Thank God; [by] Harry Dixon Loes, [words 
by] Amos R. Wells. (In Lillenas, Haldor. 
Inspiring gospel solos and duets no. 2. 
no. 31) © Nazarene Publishing House; 
22Dec48; EP37488. 

There's only One; [by I Harry Dixon Loes, 

I words byt Leonard Cecil Barnett. (In. 
.■illenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos 
and duets no. 2.no. 83) © Nazarene 
Publishing House; 22Dec48; EP37498. 
Thou hast been faithful; [by] Harry Dixon 
Loes. (In Lillenas, Haldor,, Inspiring 
gospel solos and duets no. 2. no. 36) 
© Nazarene Publishing House; 22Dec48; 
EP37491. Hymn, with music. 

Whiter than snow; [by] Earry Dixon Loes, 

t words by] Harold Deal. © Percy B. 
Crawford; 15Feb49; EP35142. Close 
score: SATB. 

Your Saviour; [by] Harry Dixon Loes, 
[words by] Leonard Cecil Barnett. (In 
Lillenas, Haldor. Inspiring gospel solos 
and duets no. 2. no. 7) © Nazarene Pub- 
lishing House; 22Dec48; EP37479. 

LOESSER, FRANK, 1910- 
Baby, it s cold outside. See his Neptune's 
daughter. 

I don't want to walk without you. See 
Styne, Jule. 

I wake up in the morning feeling fine. See 
his Red hot and blue. 

Make a miracle. See his Where's Charley? 

(Neptune's daughter) Baby, it's cold outside; 
from the picture Neptune's daughter. By 
Frank Loesser. © Susan Publications, 
inc., New York; 25Apr49; EP36499. 
Score: 2 voices and piano. 



Now that I need you. 
blue. 



See his Red hot and 



(Red hot and blue) I wake up in the morning 
feeling fine; [from] the picture Red hot and 
blue, by Frank Loesser. © Famous 
Music Corp., New York; 15Jun49; EP37701. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

(Red hot and blue) Where are you? Now 
that I need you; by Frank Loesser. - 
© Famous Music C orp. , New York; 
4May49; EP36608. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

(Roseanna McCoy) Roseanna, [from] 
Roseanna McCoy, by Frank Loesser. 
© Susan Publications, inc., New York; 
13Jun49; EP37908. For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols. 

Where are you? JJee Ms_Red hot and blue. 

(Where's Charley?) Make a miracle; 
[duet from the Broadway production] 
Where's Charley? Lyrics and music by 
Frank Loesser. © Susan Publications, 
inc., New York; 30Mar49; EP35350. 

LOEWE, FREDERICK. 
Brigadoon; military band selection, music 
by Frederick Loewe, arr. by W. J. 
Dawson. © Sam Fox Publishing Co., New 
York; 24May49; on arrangement; 
EF13525. Condensed score and parts. 

(Brigadoon) Orchestral selection; [from] 
Brigadoon fby] Frederick Loewe, arr. by 
Geo. L. Zalva. © Sam Fox Publishing 
Co.. London; 7Mar49; on arrangement; 
EF12762. Piano -conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts. 

Brigadoon; selection, music by Frederick 
Loewe, [arr. by George L. Zalva] © Sam 
Fox Publishing Co., London; 7Mar49; 
on arrangement; EF12761. For piano. 

LOWENHJELM, HARRIET. 
Beatrice-Aurore. See Casserman, 
Hjalmar. 

LOFTHOUSE, CHARLES. 
Bahama lullaby; words by Joe Gilbert, 
music by Charles Lofthouse. © Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co., inc., New York; 
29Dec48; EP32532. 
LOGAN, ANNABEL. 
Let's fly. See Ball, Dave. 

LOGAN, JEROME. 
Too much tempo in my rhumba beat. See 
Johnson, Freddy. 
LOHNER, FRITZ. 
To you I give my heart. See Lehar, 
Ferenc. Giuditta. 

LOMBARDO, CARMEN. 
Happy New Year, darling. See Marks, 
John David. 

LOMBARDO, GUY. 
Auld lang syne, traditional, arr. by Guy 
Lombardo. (In his Lombardo Land song 
folio, p. 20-2IJ "©"Lombardo Music, inc., 
New York, 19Apr49; EP36624. 

Lombardo Land [song folio]; a collection of 
music as featured by Guy Lombardo and 
his orchestra. New York, Lombardo Mu- 
sic, cl949. Partial contents separately 
registered: EP36624. 

LOMBARDO, MARIO. 

Every minute of the evening; words and 
music by Mario Lombardo, [arr. by Frank 
Furlett] © Master Music Press Publish- 
ers, Chicago; 9Jun47; EP35889. 

LOMMAERTS, PIERRE, 1901- 
Pourquoi? See Donvil, Leon. 

Samba tropicale, samba tipico, musique de 
P. Milll [pseud,] Lawson [pseud., and] Es- 
tel [pseud,] (With Wittebols, Francois 
Don Jose de Carioca) © Francois Witte- 
bols, 31Dec48; EF12058. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts 

LONG, FREDERICK E. 
Where we'll walk, dear, side by side. 

See Buck, Ronald. 
LONG, GEORGE. 

It was only a tavern romance. See 
Donez, Ian. 



LONG, JED. See 
Long, George. 

LONG, JOHNNY. 
Gossip; words and music by Johnny Murphy, 
Bob FuUer and Johnny Long. © Campbell 
Music, inc., New York; 18Mar49; EP34932. 

LONGFELLOW, SAMUEL. 
The summer days are come again. See 
Blake, George. 

LONGMIRE, JOHN. 
Nautical suite; six sketches for piano, [by] 

John Longmire. © Augener, ltd., London; 

9Feb49; EF13489. 
Three miniatures; for piano, [by] John 

Longmire. © Augener, ltd., London; 

16Feb49; EF13490. 

LONGMIRE, JOHN BASIL 1902- 
Nocturne) pianoforte solo [by ] John Longmire. 

© Schott & Co., ltd., London; 23Nov48; 

EF11872. 
LOPATNIKOFF, NIKOLAI, 1903- 
* Arabesque; for two pianos, four hands, [by] 

Nikolai Lopatnikoff. © Associated Music 

Publishers, inc., New York; 17Dec48; 

EP33251. 

L6PEZ, FERNANDO MULENS Y. See 
Mulens y Lopez, Fernando. 

LOPEZ, FRANCISCO, 1916- 
"Andalousie; operette a. grand spectacle en 
2 actes et 22 tableaux, livret de Albert 
Willemetz & Raymond Vincy [pseud.], 
musique de Francis Lopez. © Editions 
Royalty, Paris; 20Dec48; EF12111. Piano- 
vocal score. 
Andalousie; operette a grand spectacle, en 
2 actes et 22 tableaux, livret de Albert 
Willemetz et Raymond Vincy [pseud.], 
musique de Francis Lopez. © Royalty, 
Paris; 15Sep48; DP17099. Libretto. 

Gabrielle. See his Quatre jours a Paris. 

Mon jour de repos. Seg his Quatre jours 

a Paris. 
Un petU coup par-ci . . . See his Quatre 

jours a Paris. 

(Quatre jours a Paris) Gabrielle; de 
1 operette 4 jours a Paris, paroles de 
Raymond Vincy [pseud.] musique de 
Francis Lopez. © Editions Royalty, 
Paris; 31Dec48; EF12714. 

(Quatre jours a Paris) Mon jour de repos; 
de 1 operette 4 jours a Paris, paroles de 
Raymond Vincy [pseud.] musique de 
Francis Lopez. © Editions Royalty, 
Paris; 31Dec48; EF12715. 

(Quatre jours a Paris) Un petit coup 
par-ci . . .; de l'operette 4 jours a. Paris, 
paroles de Raymond Vincy [pseud.] 
musique de Francis Lopez. © Editions 
Royalty, Paris; 31Dec48; EF12717. 

LOPEZ, FRANCISCO ALONSO. See 
Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 

LOPEZ, GEORGE CAMPBELL, 1914- 
Dreams of yesterday. Ruego. By George 
Campbell Lopez. © George Campbell 
Lopez; 26Mar49 (in notice: 1948); on 
added words; EP35236. For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols. 

LOPEZ, JAIME. 
Vencida. See Bruni, Atilio Luis. 

LOPEZ, SANTIAGO. 
Gibraltar samba, [by] Santiago Lopez 
© Southern Music Publishing Co., ltd , 
London; 20Oct48; EF12167. For piano. 
LOPEZ, TILY. 
Enrique bolaHos, [by] Tily Lopez. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 24Sei>48- 
EP34192. For piano. ' 

L6PEZ -MARIN. 
i Que tu, que till Marchina; letra y mustca 
de Lopez-Marin. © Reinbert & Co 
inc., New York; 30Mar49, EF12806. V 
LOPEZ MENDEZ, RICARDO. 
Mi corazon abrid la puerta. See Rufz 
Gabriel. ' 



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LOPEZ MENDEZ, RICARDO. Cont'd. 

Vida. See Ruiz, Gabriel. 

Ya no vuelvas. See Ruiz, Gabriel. 

L6PEZ VIDAL, FRANCISCO. See 
Vidal, Francisco Lopez. 

LoPURDE, GILBERT. 
And Yahara. See Hall, David. 

LORD, LOIS, pseud . See 
Spurgeon, Mrs. John H. 

LORENTZ, WILLIAM. 

Fretin' and a poutin'; words and music by 
William Lorentz. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 15Jun49; 
EP37873. 

Make believe cowboy: words and music by 
William Lorentz. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 5May49; 
EP37418. 
LORENZ, EDMUND B comp. 

Two-part encore songs; secular choruses 
for soprano and alto, comp. by Edmund 
B. Lorenz. © Lorenz Publishing Co., 
Dayton, Ohio; 8Mar49; EP36267. 

LORENZ, ELLEN JANE, 1907- 

The divine Redeemer. See Gounod, Charles 
Francois. 

Gospel song anthems; easy anthems for 
mixed voices, four-part, S.A.T.B., based 
on familiar gospel songs. Comp. by 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. © Lorenz Publishing 
Co., Dayton, Ohio; 31Mar49; EP36268. 

Lorenz 's one-manual organ voluntaries, 

tcomp. by Ellen Jane Lorenz] © Lorenz 
'ubhshing Co., Dayton, Ohio, 28Feb49, 

EP36269. 
Organ fantasias on ancient hymns and 

chorales, [comp. by Ellen Jane Lorenz] 

© Lorenz Publishing Co., Dayton; 4Apr49; 

EP37586. With registration for pipe and 

Hammond organ. 
See The amateur organist. 
See Lorenz's organ album. 

See Twelve compositions by American 
composers. 

LORENZO, GIUSEPPE DI. 
See Piedigrotta "900." 

LORENZ 'S ORGAN ALBUM. 
Lorenz's organ album; [comp. by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz] © Lorenz Publishing Co., Dayton, 
Ohio; no. 8, 10jan49; EP35333. 

LORING, PHYLLIS A. 
I never thought. See Hall, David. 

LOTH, BERNARD. 
Quel espoir de guarir. See Bouzignac, G. 

LOTH, JOHN FERRIS, 1908- 
Twenty lessons on note writing for the 
young piano student; by John Ferris Loth. 
(Loth theory series, bk. 1) © Waterloo 
M ^sic Co., Waterloo, Ont., Can.; 10May49; 

LOTTER, ADOLPH. 
A southern wedding, [by] Adolph Lotter, 
arr. by Walter Beeler. [New York, 
London, Boosey & Hawkes] {Q. M. B. 
edition no. 161) © Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd. London; 30Dec48: on arrangement; 
EP33740. Score (band), condensed score 
and parts. 

LOUIGUY, pseud . See 
Guglielmi, Louis. 

LOURIER, GEORGES. 
Je sais. See Valle'e, Georges. 

Malgre moi. See Carrara, E. 
Pour toi, pour moi. See Carrara, Emile. 
LOUVA1N, ANDRE. 
A la tombee du jour. See Donato, Edgardo. 

A media luz. 
Priere a Marie, Reine des Coeurs. See 
Fasslo, Angelo. 



LOUVIN, CHARLES. 
Alabama; by Eddie Hill, Ira Louvin & 
Charles Louvin. © Acuff-Rose Publica- 
tions, Nashville; 21Mar49; EP35078. 
Whispering now; by Eddie Hill and Ira and 
Charles Louvin. © Acuff-Rose Publica- 
tions, Nashville; 22Jun49; EP37929. For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols. 
LOUVIN, IRA, 
Alabama. See Louvin, Charles. 

Whispering now. See Louvin, Charles. 

LOUYS, PIERRE. 
Tre Sanger. See Udden, Ake. 

LOVATT, S E 

Mirage; part song for mixed voices, [by] 
S. E. Lovatt, [words by] Christina 
Rossetti. (Choral songs, no. 877) © The 
Oxford Univ. Press, London; 24Mar49; 
EF12940. 
LOVE, GEOFF. 
The ghost of ol' man Mose. 
Norrie. 



See Paramor, 



LOVE, JUDE SERENE, 1875- 
Meditation; for organ [by Jude Serene Love] 
© Jude Serene Love; 23Feb49; EP35396. 

LOVE, ROBERT KTRKLAND. 
The coming day. See Richardson, 
Elizabeth Ann. 

LOVEJOY, GEORGE NEWELL. 
Easter carol. See Mead, Edward Gould. 

[LOVELACE, ALEXANDER] 
Treasures- words and music by George 
Al Lace [pseud.] © Nordyke Publishing 
Co., Hollywood, Calif., 22Dec48; EP32836. 

LOVELACE, AUSTIN COLE. 
Be known to us; communion motet for 
four -part chorus of mixed voices: 
S.A.T.B. a cappella, [by] Austin Cole 
Lovelace. [Words by] James Montgomery. 
([Pub. order no.] CM6408) © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 23Dec48; 
EP33287. 

I love my God, anthem for mixed voices, 
a cappella, [by] Austin C. Lovelace, 
[words by] Madame Guyon. ([Pub. order] 
no. 15333) © Oliver Ditson Co., Phila- 
delphia; 25Jan49; EP33976. 
Let this mind be in you; S.A.T.B. [by] Aus- 
tin C. Lovelace [words from] Scripture. 
(Edition [no.] 8458) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; 2Mar49; EP34967. 

sorrow deep! For Lent or general use, 
for mixed voices a cappella, [by] Austin C. 
Lovelace, [words by] Johann Rist, tr. by 
Winf red Douglas. (Easter anthems no. 
332-40000) © Oliver Ditson Co., Phila- 
delphia; 3Jan49; EP33645. English words. 

A wedding benediction; for voice and 
piano, by Austin C. Lovelace. © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 8Mar49; 
EP37278. 

LOVELESS, ROBERT CLAIRE. 
Radio songs and choruses of the Gospel. 
See Loveless, Wendell Phillips. 

LOVELESS, WENDELL PHILLIPS, 1892- 

Radio songs and choruses of the Gospel; 

comp. by Wendell P Loveless and Robert 

C. Loveless. Grand Rapids, W. B. Eerd- 

mans Pub. Co. © Wendell P. Loveless- 

no. 5, 13Aug46; EP37133. 
To all the world; [by] Wendell P. Loveless, 

[words by] J. C. Macaulay. © J. C. 

Macaulay & Wendell P. Loveless; 3Apr49; 

EP37266. Close score: SATB. 
LOVELL, JOAN. 
Galop. See Bizet, Georges. 

1 call upon Thee, Lord. See Bach, 
Johann Sebastian. 

LOVINFOSSE,, A. 

Dans notre eglise oubliee. See Ackermans, 
Hippolyte. 



LOWDEN, C HAROLD. 

All is Thine, O Lord; [by] C. Harold 

Lowden. © Percy B. Crawford; 

15Jan49; EP35147. Close score: 

SATB. 
Christ, my friend [by] C. Harold Lowden. 

© Percy B. Crawford; 14Nov48; EP32623 

Close score: SATB. 

I heard the voice [by] C. Harold Lowden. 
© Percy B. Crawford; 7Nov48; EP32621. 
Close score: SATB. 

I walked this day with Him, [by] C. Harold 
Lowden [words by] Yvonne V. Smith. 
© Percy B. Crawford; 28Nov48; EP34120. 

O God of life; [by] C. Harold Lowden. 

© Percy B. Crawford; 15Feb49; 

EP35146. Close score: SATB. 
Trust Him [by] C. Harold Lowden 

[words by] Mrs. Frederick E. Frey. 

© Frederick E. Frey; 250ct48; EP33920. 

Close score: SATB. 

LOWE, ARNOLD H. 
We see the Christ. See Scholin, Carl 
Albert. 

LOWELL, AMY. 
Madonna of the evening flowers. See 
Dougherty, Celius. 

Primavera. See Dougherty, Celius. 

LOWERY, ROY. 
Bobby Gregory's album of heart songs. See 
Gregory, Bobby. 

The drunkard's child. See Gregory, Bobby. 

LOWRY, ANTHONY. 
Dolores. See Waldteuf el, Emil. 

LOWRY, MARGARET. 
Keyboard approach to harmony; by Margaret 
Lowry. © Theodore Presser Co., 
Philadelphia; 14Mar49; AA110980. 
LOYGORRI, F. G. 
El abanico para los toros. See Alonso 
Lopez, Francisco. Las de armas tomar. 

No. 3. See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 
Las de armas tomar. 

Schotis. See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 
Las de armas tomar. 
LUANO, GIL. 
Atrevete. See Crespo, Vicente. 

|No dudes mas! See Trescasas, L. 

Un samba nuevo. See Mas. S. 

jSolo se que eres bonita! See Crespo. 

Vicente. 
Sombra y luz. See Alaska, J. 

Sonatina. See Trescasas, L. 

Tus dulces ojos. See Terres, A. 

LUBBOCK, MARK HUGH, 1898- 
Moon lullaby; by Mark Hugh Lubbock. 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6Apr49; 
EF13116. Melody with instrumental cues. 

Polka dots; composed and orchestrated 
by Mark Lubbock. © Schott & Co., ltd., 
London; 3Feb49; EF12560. Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts. 

The whispering poplar; song, lyric by 
Christopher Hassall music by Mark 
Lubbock. © Schott & Co., ltd., London; 
3Feb49; EF12563. 

LUBIN, ERNEST. 
Aubade; by Ernest Lubin, for mixed chorus, 
a cappella. Poem by Milton Hindus. 
(Secular choral music, A-146) © Assoc- 
iated Music Publishers, inc., New York; 
10Oct48; EP37919. 

The carnal and the crane; for four-part 
chorus of mixed voices, with piano 
ace. Medieval Christmas carol, arr. 
by Ernest Lubin. (Octavo no. 9806) 
© G. Schirmer. inc.. New York; 8Mar49; 
on arrangement; EP37273. 



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LUBIN, ERNEST. Cont'd. 

(Dutch folk songs) The fisherman; 
English text by Betty Jean Van Witsen, 
arr. by Ernest Lubin. (Secular choral 
music, A-148) © Associated Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York; 180ct48; on ar- 
rangement; EP37921. Score: chorus 
(SATB) and piano. 

(Dutch folk songs) Hey 'twas in the May; 
English text by Betty Jean Van Witsen, 
arr. by Ernest Lubin. (Secular choral 
music, A147) © Associated Music Pub- 
lishers, inc., New York; 180ct48; on ar- 
rangement; EP37920. Score: SATB and 
piano. 

(Dutch folk songs) John Henry; English 
text by Betty Jean Van Witsen, arr. by 
Ernest Lubin. (Secular choral music, 

A149) © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc., New York; 180ct48; on arrangement; 
EP37922. Score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano. 

The fisherman. See his Dutch folk songs. 

Hey 'twas in the May. gee Ms_Dutch folk 

songs. 
John Henry. See his Dutch folk songs. 

"Melody duets; for 2 trumpets, by C. C. 
CoriTpseud.J © David Gornston; book 1, 
14Jan49; EP33775. Score. 
"A Purcell suite; [by J Ernest Lubin. 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc., 
New York; 31May49, EP37914. Score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

LUBIN, JOE 1917- 
I get up ev ry morning; [or 1 What do I do 
what do I do, what do I do? Arr. by Ralph 
Flanagan words and music by Joe Lubin 

&nd] Eddie Lisbona. New York, Leeds 
usic Corp. © Bradbury Wood, ltd.; 
21Feb49; on arrangement; EP34871. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts. 

LUCAS, HAZEL. 
Say it again. See Payne, Floy. 

LUCAS, MARGARET. 
The nutmeg tree. See Brahe, May Hrjnnali. 

LUCAS, MILLER. 
Lord of the green hills and my heart. See 
Hall, David. 

LUCCHESI, JOSE, 1894- 
Campo grande; samba, de Jose Lucchesi. 
© Editions E. M. U. L., Paris; 13Ma y 48; 
EF13431. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 

Des chansons dans mon coeur; tango 
chante, paroles de Lull Micaelli, musique 
de Jose Lucchesi. © Editions E.M.U.L., 
Paris; 16Jan48; EF13459. 

Ecos del mar. [Au loin 1 echo] Tango [byj 
Leal Pescador [pseud.] (With his 
Limosnita de amor) <3 Henry Lemoine 
& cie, Paris; 15Dec46, EF11664. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 

Gato preto. Chat noir. Samba de Jose 
Lucchesi. © Editions E.M.U.L., Paris; 
ljan48; EF13503. Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. 

Limosnita de amor. [Vers toi j implore] 
Tango avec refrain chante [by] Leal 
Pescador [pseud.] Paroles franchises 
et espagnoles. © Henry Lemoine & cie, 
Paris, 15Dec46, EF11664. Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts. 

Les yeux de Marie Jo; tango chante, 
paroles de Gine Money [pseud.], musique 
de Jose Lucchesi. © Editions E.M.U.L., 
Paris; 29Jan47; EF13449. 

[LUCRAFT, HOWARD] 
Rebop rebels; by Al Tolano [pseud.] 
© Bosworth & Co., ltd., London; !Mar48; 
EF12195. Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 



LUDLOW, HANK. 
(Alaska right away) Dusty dreams, by Dan 
Foley and Hank Ludlow. [From] the Mask 
and Wig club of the Univ. of Pennsylvania 
production Alaska right away. © Clay 
Boland inc., Philadelphia; lMar49; 
EP34532. For voice and piano. 

LUEGER, MARIA, 1903- 
"Der Weg zur Musik; Klavierschule fur 
den Anfangsunterricht. [By] Maria 
Lueger, unter Mitarbeit von Josef Dichler. 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky) K. G., Wien; Bd.2, 30Apr48; EF12626. 

LUGOVSKY, V. 
Alexander Nevsky. See Prokof 'ev, Sergei 
Sergeevich. 

LUKAC, MICHAEL R. 
The light of love. See Hall, David. 

LUMBYE, H C 

(Edwardian heyday) Lumbye's sparkling 
champagne galop; for piano solo. [From] 
the radio feature Edwardian heyday. 
[Arr. by Peder Sundahl] © New World 
Publishers, ltd., London; 6Jan49; EF 12069. 

LUNA, CECIL. 
The two years we were married: words 
and music by Cecil Luna. © Century 
Songs, inc., Chicago; 15Feb49; EP34566. 

LUNA DE LA FUENTE, GABRIEL. 

Corazoncito; guaracha, letra y musica de 
Gabriel Luna de la Fuente. New York, 
Sole selling agent: Peer International 
Corp. © Editorial Mexicana de Musica 
Internacional, s.a.; 6Sep48; EP34722. 

Cuando quieras volver; bolero de Gabriel 
Luna de la Fuente. © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 
30Dec48; EF13215. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 

Serenidad. See Escobar, Antonio. 

LUNDE, ARVID. 
My wonderful mother. See Lunde, Lonny. 

LUNDE, LONNY, 1935- 
My wonderful mother; words by Arvid 
Lunde, music by Lonny Lunde. © Neil 
A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 7Mar49; 
EP35032. 
LUNDEN-WELDEN, GUNNAR.^ 
Kom och kop konserverad grot. See 

Olrog, Ulf Peder Thorvaldson. 
Uti mina drommar. See Sjoblom, Alice Babs. 
LUNDH, PAUL. 
Hugsvalelse. See Casserman, Hjalmar. 

LUNDQUIST, MATTHEW NATHANAEL, 

1886- 

A Child was born in Bethlehem; choir 
chorale for mixed voices, a cappella, 
arr. for four voices by Matthew Lund- 
quist, [words by] Arthur E. Diesing. 
(Octavo edition, 1466) © Clayton F. 
Summy Co., Chicago; 16May49; on ar- 
rangement; EP37694. 

Earth and heaven now rejoice, for chorus 
of mixed voices, English version by Victor 
E. Beck, Bohemian carol arr. by Matthew 
N. Lundquist. (Choral classics, no. 1798) 
© The J. A. Parks Co., Chicago; HJun48; 
on arrangement & English version- 
EP32618. 

On God, not on myseH. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy, Felix. 

Twenty-six liturgical responses; for 
chorus of mixed voices, a cappella, com- 
posed & arr. by Matthew N. Lundquist. 
(Choral music, no. 2279) © E. C. 
Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 10Jun49- on 
arrangement & composition; EP37514'. 

LUNDQUIST, PER. 
Burlesque, musik [and] arr.: Per 
Limdkvist. © Renter & Reuter forlags 
a. b., Stockholm; lDec48; EF12209. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 



Intermezzo, musik [and] arr.: Per 
Lundkvist. © Reuter & Reuter forlags 
a. b., Stockholm; lDec48; EF12208. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts. 
LUNDVIK, HILDOR. 
Musik; [by] Hildor Lundvik, till text av 
Vilhelm Ekelund. [Op. 49, no. 1] 
© Foreningen svenska tonsattare, 
Stockholm; ljan46; EF 12791. For 
voice and piano. 
LUNDY, MARGARET C. 
My heart's recording of you. See Towers. 
J. Leon. 
LUSSIER, ALICE. 

Under the tree of memories. See Hall, 
David. 
LUTCHER, NELLIE. 
My new papa's gotta have ev'rything. See 
Jones, Betty Hall. 
LUTECE, JEAN, pseud. See 
Chardon, Julien. 
LUTHER^ JOHN, 1895- __ ed. 
Bestu log heims; fyrsta utgafa gefin lit 
af Jon Luther. © John Luther; 3Jan49; 
AA107548. Score; SATB; and voice and 
piano. 
LUVAAS, AGNES P. 
All praise and glory. See Luvaas, Morten J. 
The bells of Christmas. See Luvaas, Morten J. 

LUVAAS, MORTEN J 1896- 

All praise and glory; S.A.T.B., [by] Morten 
J. Luvaas, [words by] Agnes P. Luvaas. 
(The Allegheny choral series, no. 2029) 
© Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 
6May49; EP37378. 
The bells of Christmas; Danish folk song, 

tby] Morten J. Luvaas, [words by] Agnes 
>. Luvaas. (Christmas choruses, 
no. 2030) © Neil A. Kjos Music Co., 
Chicago; 6May49; on arrangement; 
EP37375. Score: chorus (SSAATBB) and 
piano. 
The pines of home; for three-part chorus 
of mixed voices, with piano ace, S.A.B., 
poem by Virginia Grant Collins, music by 
Morten T. Luvaas. ([Pub. order no.] 
CM6452; © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
16Mar49; on arrangement; EP35309. 
The pines of home; for 3 part chorus of 
women's voices with piano ace, S.S.A. ; 
poem by Virginia Grant Collins, music 
by Morten J. Luvaas. ([Pub. order no.] 
CM 6453) © Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York; 2Feb49; on arrangement; EP34920. 
LUYPAERTS, GUY GEORGES, 1917- 
Who can tell? Vents. English lyric by Fred 
Wise, French lyric by Jacques Larue 
[pseud.] music by Guy Luypaerts, piano 
arrangement by Dick Kent. © Southern 
Music Publishing Co., inc., New York; 
17Aug48; on English lyrics; EP34716. 
LUZZI, FRANK JOSEPH, 1921- 
The sun went down, and the moon came out; 
words and music by Frank J. Luzzi. 
© Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP36100. 
The sun went down, and the moon came out; 
words and music by Frank J. Luzzi. 
© Cine-Mart Music Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP35741. 
LYDDON, DOROTHY R. 
With all my heart. See Williams, Ralph 
Malcolm. 
LYNCH, THOMAS TOKE. 
Gracious Spirit, dwell with me. See 

Redhead, Richard. 
LYNDEN, DAN, pseud . See 
Dobelstein, Waldo. 

LYNN, MARGY, pseud . See 
Hawthorne, Margy. 

LYNN, ROY ROSS, pseud . See 
Hawthorne, M. L. 

LYTE, HENRY F. 
Abide with me. See Monk, William 

Henry. 
Jesus, I my cross have taken. See 
Lillenas, haldor. 



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M 

MAC, HAL, pseud . See 
McLeish, Harriet A. Louther. 

McALPIN, VERNTCE JOHNSON, 1918- 
Please have a heart; words and music by 
V. J. McAlpin. © Home Folks Music, 
Inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 17Dec48; 
EP34647. 

McARTHUR-RATLIFF, MAY. 
Lay heady down. See Grubstick, Paula S. 

McAULIFFE, LEON. 
Panhandle rag; by Leon McAuliffe. 
© Peer International Corp., New York; 
19May49; EP37617. For piano, with 
chord symbols. 

McBAIN, JOHN HUNTER. 
I'll walk beside you. See Murray, Alan. 

McBRIER, VIVIAN FLAGG. 
Finger fun with songs to be sung. See 
Johns, Altona Trent. 

McCABE, EDITH GILMORE. 
Starlight shines in your hair; words and 
music by Edith Gilmore McCabe. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 4Apr49; EP37829. 

McCABE, GUY STEWART, 1897- 
Two songs; words & music by Guy Stewart 
McCabe. © Wesley Webster, San Fran- 
cisco; 24Dec48; EP32676. 

McCABE, MARY K 1918- 

The bridge without a name; song waltz, 
words and music by Mary K. McCabe. 
© The D'Olier Music Co.. Dublin; HJan49 
(in notice: 1948); EF12883. 

[McCAIN, JEROME CRAWFORD] 1910- 

arr . 

Aloha oe. [Arr. by Jerome Crawford 
McCain] © Jerome Crawford McCain; 
22Jan49; on numbered arrangement; 
EP34643. For 2 guitars. 

Hilo march [arr. by Jerome Crawford Mc- 
Cain] © Jerome Crawford McCain; 
22Jan49; on numbered arrangement; 
EP34642. For 2 guitars. 

McCALL, LENKE. 
Play me a rhumba. See Kennedy, Ted. 

McCAMEY, AMELIA H. 
Finger fun with songs to be sung. See 
Johns, Altona Trent. 

McCarthy, Catherine. 

The story of Mickey McHugh; written and 
composed by Catherine McCarthy. 
© Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., London; 
21Dec48; EF12033. For voice and piano. 

McCarthy, Joseph. 

Oui, oui, Marie. See Fisher, Fred. When 

my baby smiles at me. 
Rambling rose. See Burke, Joseph A. 

McCarthy, Joseph, pseud . 

A garden in Connemara [by] Joseph Mc 
Carthy. © Box & Cox (Publications), ltd., 
London; 4Jan49; EF12512. 

Mccarty, e c 

Teardrops falling in the snow; by E. C. 
McCarty. © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville; HMay49; EP36754. For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and chord 
symbols. 

MACAULAY, J. C. 
To all the world. See Loveless, Wendell P. 

MACAULEY, JOSEPH CORDNER. 
Carol of the nativity. See Benson, Malcolm 
Daniel. 



McCLAIN, FLOYD AUSTIN. 
Northwestern alma mater; words and 
music by Floyd A. McClaln. © Chi Beta 
Nu Fraternity, Alva, Okla.; 6Apr49; 
EP36049. 
Ride, rangers, ride, words and music by 
Floyd A. McClain. © Chi Beta Nu Frater- 
nity, Alva, Okla ; 6Apr49; EP36050. 

McCLELLAN, JOHN J 
Sweet is the work- words by I. Watts, music 
by J. McClellan [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 
arrangement EP34604. For piano; with 
words. 

McCLENDON, RUPERT. 
Honky tonk swing. See Nichols, W. H. 

Love me or leave me alone. See Nichols, 
W. H. 

McCLUNG, CARL MURRY, Jr. 
I m wise to you; words and music by Carl 
Murry McClung, Jr. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.: 24Mar49; 
EP37830. 

MacCOLL, HUGH F 1885- 

Two Keats songs; for medium voice & 
piano, [by] Hugh F. MacColl. © Axelrod 
Publications, inc., Providence, R. I.; 
7Apr49; EP35489. 

McCOLLIN, FRANCIS, 1892- 
Fantasia on O little town of Bethlehem 
[for] S.A.T.B., words by Phillips Brooks, 
music by Frances McCollin. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc., New York; 21Dec48; 
EP33732. 
In the hammock; S.A. [by] Frances McCol- 
lin, words by Annie Willis McCullough. 
([Pub. order] no. 1518) © C. C. Birchard 
& Co., Boston; 14Apr49; on arrangement; 
EP36563. 

McCONATHY, OSBOURNE. 
New music horizons. See New music horizons. 

McCONNELL, AL. 

Do-ya or don't-cha, will-ya or won t-cha. 
See Arnold, Harry. 

McCORMICK, SID, 1928- 
Barb'ra Lee; words by Gene Goldberg, 

[music by] Sid McCormick, arr. by Dan J. 

Michaud. © Gene Goldberg & Sid McCor- 
mick; 2Apr49; on new words; EP35661. 
I'm singing the blues tonight; words by 

Gene Goldberg, music by Sid McCormick. 

© Gene Goldberg & Sid McCormick; 

23Apr49; EP36466. 
That rainy afternoon; words by Gene 

Goldberg, music by Std McCormick. 

© Gene Goldberg & Sid McCormick; 

22Mar49; EP35241. Melody and chord 

symbols, with words. 

McCORNACK, NINA. 
Even In the rain, words and music by Nina 
McCornack. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif., lDec48; EP32943. 

McCOY, OTIS L. 
Lasting covenant. See Thomas, Daniel. 

McCULLOUGH, ANNIE WILLIS. 
In the hammock. See McCollin, Frances. 

McCURDY, ALEXANDER. 
See Twelve compositions by American 
composers. 

McCURDY, EDWARD. 
Since knowing Thee. See Christiansen, 
Frederik Melius. 

[McDANIEL, NOLA MARGARET] 1912- 
The touch of His hand on my own: [words 
and music by Nola McDaniell © Nola 
Margaret McDaniel; 26Feb49 (in notice: 
1948); EP37005. 

McDANNEL, ABNER J. 
Of course we'll deny it, all crazy people 
do. See Springer, Rudolph. 



MacDONALD, JIMMY. 
Ooh, if you knew. See Weber, Billie. 

MACDONALD, KEN. 
Honor your partner. See Durlacher, Edward. 

Mcdonald, violet (starkey) 1915- 

1*11 always have you; words and music 
by Violet (Starkey) McDonald. © BMI 
Canada, ltd., Toronto; ljun49; EF13409. 

Mac DONOUGH, GLEN. 
Toyland. See Herbert, Victor. Babes in 
Toyland. 

MacDOWELL, EDWARD ALEXANDER, 
1861-1908. 
Thy beaming eyes, S.S. A., by Edward 

MacDowell, arr. by Allen Griffith [pseud., 

words by W. H. Gardner] (Octavo no. 

958) © Belwin, inc., New York; 12Jan49; 

on arrangement; EP33496. 

(Woodland sketches) To a wild rose; [by] 
Edward A. MacDowell. Op, 51. no. 1. 
Arr. by Alfred P. Zambarano. © The 
Arthur P Schmidt Co., Boston; 31Dec48; 
on arrangement; EP33686 Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

Mc.EACHEN, Z R 1912- 

In these dark hours of distress: [words] by 
Helen Shedrick and [music by] Z. R. 
McEachen. [Special arrangement for 
choral groups by Dorothy Pearson] 
© Roberta Martin, owner of Martin's 
Studio of Music, Chicago; 4Feb43; 
EP36981. 

McENERY, ALBERTA. 
Rose of the Rockies; lyric by Karl Ott, 
music by Alberta McEnery. © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 8Feb49; 
EP36407. 

McGEE, JOHN THOMAS, 1933- 
I'll be meeting you again; words and music 
by Sonny Thomas [pseud.] © May Music 
Publisher, New York; ljun49; on added 
words; EP37557. 

[McGINLEY, EDWARD J ] 

Intermediate pianoranglng; chords and 
melodies [by Edward J. McGinley] 
© Fundamentals, Inc. Orange, N. J.; 
bk. 1, 29Dec48; AA116447. 

McGOLDPJCK, J. A. 
Rose of Guadalupe. See Philipp, W. F. 

McGRANAHAN, JAMES. 
O, my Father; words by Eliza R. Snow, 
music by Jas. McGranahan [arr.] by 
Seldon N. Heaps. © Belwin, Inc., New 
York; 3Mar49; on arrangement; EP34606. 
For piano; with words. 

McGRANE, PAUL. 
Hohokus, N. J.; by Al Stillman, Ray Bloch 
[and] Paul McGrane. © Blossom Music 
Corp., New York; 13Jun49, EP37570. 
For voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

McGRATH, JOSEPH J 
Twenty -four dlvertlmenti; for organ, by 
Joseph J. McGrath. Op. 32. (Edition no. 
8440) © J. Fischer & Bro., New York; 
28Mar49, EP35600. 

MacGREGOR, CHUMMY. See 
MacGregor, John Chalmers. 

MacGREGOR, HARRY S. 
Cock-a-doodle-doo. See MacGregor, Helen. 

MacGREGOR, HELEN. 
Amusing music; varied opportunities for 
self-expression at the piano, with visual 
aids, by Helen MacGregor. © Harold 
Flammer, inc., New York; 21Apr49; 
EP37301. 

Cock-a-doodle-doo, piano solo, by Helen 
MacGregor [words by Harry S. MacGregor] 
© Schroeder & Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, 
N. Y.; 18Feb49; EP34350. 



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MacGREGOR, JOHN CHALMERS, 1903- 
Saturday night mood: words and music by 
Harry Harris [and] Chummy MacGregor. 
© Laurel Music Co., New York; lFeb*9; 
EP35014. 

MacGREGOR, PARKE, 1908- 
Why I love you; song, the words by Jeanne 
Dhume, the music by Parke MacGregor. 
© MacGregor Musical Publications, 
Burbank, Calif.; 6Jun49; EP37391. 

McGUIRE, JOHN WILLIAM. 
That's how long I'll be in love with you. 
See Maurada, Mac. 

Where do I go from here? See Leonard, 
Charles M. 

MACHABEY, ARMAND. 
Le bel canto. Paris, Larousse. 124 p. 
(Rormes, e'coles et oeuvres musicales) 
© Auge", Gillon, Hollier-Larousse, Moreau 
et cie (Librairie Larousse); 24Sep48; 
AF9129. 

MCHOSE, ALLEN IRVINE 
Keyboard and dictation manual, by Allen I. 
McHose and Donald F. White. 169 p. 
illus. (Eastman School of Music series) 
© Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc., New 
York; 16Jun49; A33686. 

McHUGH, JAMES FRANCIS, 1894- 
(As the girls go) Father's day; lyrics by 
Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy Mc- 
Hugh, [from] the musical comedy, As the 
girls go. New York, S. Fox Pub. Co. 
© Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson; 
22Mar49; EP35318. 

(As the girls go) I got lucky in the rain* 
from the musical comedy As the girls go, 
music by Jimmy McHugh. A Harold L. 
Walters arrangement. New York, S. Fox 
Pub. Co. © Harold Adamson & Jimmy 
McHugh; 7Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34863. Piano-conductor score (band) 
and parts. 

As the girls go; piano selection [from] 
the musical comedy by Jimmy McHugh, 

^-r. by Victor Lamont] New York, S. Fox 
b. Co. © Jimmy McHugh & Harold 
Adamson; 18Feb49; on arrangement; 
EP34864. 

Clowning at the N. V. A.; by Sid Caine, 
Billy Glason and Jimmy McHugh. New 
York, J. Mills. © Mills Music, inc., suc- 
cessor in interest to Jack Mills, inc., 
(in notice: Jack Mills, inc.); 7Jul21; 
EP36106. 

McINTOSH, OPAL CLO. 
The slippery road to love. See Crane, 
Jimmie. 

McINTYRE, EFFIE M. 
Alabam' baby. See Clifford, Harry. 

McINTYRE, THOMAS. 
How great the wisdom and the love; words 
by Eliza R. Snow, music by Thos. 
Mclntyre [arr.] by Seldon N. Heaps. 
© Belwin, inc., New York; 3Mar49; on 
arrangement; EP34615. For piano; with 
words. 

MACK, BOB. 
Someday the worm is bound to turn, words 
and music by Bob Mack. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
70ct48; EP32865. 

McK, LENNIE, pseud . See 
McKenzie, Leonard W. 

McKAY, BARBARA. 
Home love. See Hall, David. 

MACKAY, CHARLES. 
Freedom's hour. See Rowley, Alec. 



McKAY, GEORGE FREDERICK, 1899- 
Benedictions; six compositions for organ, 

by George Frederick McKay. © Carl 

Fischer, inc.. New York; 14Mar49; 

EP35313. 
Burlesque march. S_eg Caricature dance 

suite. 

(Caricature dance suite) Burlesque march; 
from the Caricature dance suite by George 
Frederick McKay. [Op. 4] © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc.. New York; 15Dec48j 
on arrangement; EP33253. Condensed 
score (band) and parts. 

Lincoln lyrics; a choral suite, poems by 
Edwin Markham, set to music by George 
Frederick McKay. © C. C. Birchard 
& Co., Boston; 25Mar49; EP35188. 

The octopus; a sub-sea story, T.T.B.B., 
[by] George Frederick McKay, [words by] 
Mack Mathews. (Octavo edition no. 3126) 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago; 4Feb49; 
EP34146. 

[MACKAY LOUISE] 1878- 
Hymnal; [prepared by Louise MacKay J 
© The Ecclesiastical Society of Christ's 
Church of the Golden Rule, San Fran- 
cisco; 15Apr49; AA114477. 

McKAY, MOMMA. See 
McKay, Barbara. 

McKEAN, CHARLES R. 
See Enter, holy pilgrims. 

See In the name of heaven. 

McKEE, MARGARET. > 
Buona notte. See Vene, Ruggero. 

MACKENZIE, CLEMEWELL. 
Before we join the band or orchestra; for 
tonette, by Clemewell Mackenzie. Ele- 
mentary class method consisting of 
Student s book, Work sheets, [and] 
Teacher's manual. © Pro Art Publica- 
tions, New York; 29Mar49; EP35380. 

McKENZIE, LEONARD W. 
Just of you. See Springer, Rudy. 

McKINNEY, B. B. 
Coleman's male quartets. See Coleman, 
Robert H. 

McKINNEY, CURTIS ALVIN. See 
Kinney, Curtis Alvin. 

McKINNEY, HOWARD DECKER. 
Brothers, sing on! See Grieg, Edvard 
Hagerup. 

Discovering music; a course In music 
appreciation [by] Howard D. McKlnney and 
W. R. Anderson. 2d ed. 470 p. illus. 
© American Book Co., New York; 21Feb49; 
on revisions; A30397. 

Music in history, the evolution of an art 
[by] Howard D. McKlnney and W. R. Ander- 
son. 904 p. illus. © American Book 
Co., New York; 3Feb49; on additions & 
revisions; A29978. 

McKINNEY, MATHILDE. 
Alleluia; S.S.A. [by] Mathilde McKinney. 
(Edition [no.] 8469) © J. Fischer & Bro., 
New York; 2May49; EP37223. 

MACKINNON, HUGH A 
Sheep and lambs, sacred song for medium 
or high voice, by Hugh A. Mackinnon. 
[Words by Katherine Tynan] © The H. W. 
Gray Co., inc., New York; 14Jan49; 
EP33972. 

MACKINTOSH, ALICE D 
All things; [by] A. D. Mackintosh, [words 
from] Rom. 8:28. (In_Hymn lovers 
magazine, v. 3, no. 2. p. [32]) © Alice D. 
Mackintosh; lMar49; B5-9656. Close 
score: SATB. 



heart bowed down in sorrow; [by] A. D. 
Mackintosh, [words from] Matt. 11:28-30; 
Eph. 3:20; I Pet. 5:7. (In Hymn lovers' 
magazine, v. 3, no. 2. pTT32]) © Alice 
D. Mackintosh; lMar49; B5-9655. Close 
score: SATB. 

MACKINTOSH, BILL C. 
Some day maybe. See Watkins, Watt. 

[MACKINTOSH, RUTH] 

Please love me tonight; lyric by Watt 
Watkins, music by Roma [pseud.] 
© Oriole Music Corp., New York; 
18May49; EP37088. 

Some day maybe. See Watkins, Watt. 

McKINZIE, DANIEL ASA, 1891- 
Mother's rose; a song for Mother's Day, 
[words and music by Daniel A. McKinzie] 
© Daniel Asa McKinzie; 12Mar49 (in 
notice: 1944); EP37007. 

McKISSACK, JULIA DINWIDDIE. 
Let Jesus lead you; words and music by 
Julia Dinwiddie McKissack, arr. by 
Kenneth Morris. © Julia McKissack & 
the Martin & Morris Music Studio, 
Chicago; ljan49; EP36604. 

MacLACHLAN, T. ROBIN. 
Norwegian dance. See Grieg, Edvard 

Hagerup. 
Oh! Dem golden slippers; folk song arr. 
by T. Robin MacLachlan. © Schroeder 
& Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 
13jan49; on arrangement; EP33670. 
For piano, 4 hands. 

McLAIN, ANNA V GRANT. 

My choice; song, words and music by Anna 
V. Grant McLain. © Theodore Presser 
Co., Philadelphia; 16May49; EP37003. 

Mclaughlin, marian. 

Lullaby for a forester s child; for three- 
part chorus of women's voices, with 
piano ace, S. S. A., words by Frances 
Frost, music by Marian McLaughlin. 
© Carl Fischer, inc.. New York; 10Nov48 
(in notice: 1945); EP36314. 

Lullaby to a seafarer's son; for four-part 
chorus of women's voices with piano ace, 
S.S.A. A., words by Alfred Tennyson, 
music by Marian McLaughlin. © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 180ct48 (in 
notice: 1942); EP36315. 

[MCLAUGHLIN & REILLY CO.] comp. 
Recessional and festival choruses; for 
SATB voices and organ, with English 
texts [comp. by McLaughlin & Reilly Co.] 
([Pub. order] no. 1457) © McLaughlin 
& Reilly Co., Boston; 12May49; on new 
compilation; EP37207. 

MacLEAN, DOUGLAS, pseud . See 
CampbeU-Watson, Frank. 

McLEAN, SARA. 
Christmas time; words and music by Sara 
McLean. © Nordyke Publishing Co.. 
Hollywood, Calif.; 14Dec48; EP32911. 

McLEISH, HARRIET A LOUTHER. 

At Mission Santa Cruz; words and music 
by Hal Mac [pseud.] © Clef House 
Music Publisher, Santa Cruz, Calif.; 
9May49; EP37200. 

Jelly beans; words and music by Hal Mac 
[pseud.] © Clef House Music Publisher, 
Santa Cruz, Calif.; 21Dec48; EP34249. 

McLERAN, ALBERT W. 

1 wonder why I love you so. See Hall, 
David. 

MacMAHON, DESMOND, 1898- 
The last chantey; chorus for mixed voices, 
words by Rudyard Kipling, music by 
Desmond MacMahon. ([Pub. order] 
no. 80323) © W. Paxton & Co., ltd., 
London; 250ct48; EF13296. 
MacMILLAN, CODY. 
Lonesome for you. See Carleton, Robert 
Louis. 



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McMillan, dolores dell. 

Why is it? Ohl why is it? See HaU, 
David. 

McMILLEN, HARRY LEITCH, 1914- 
Blue goo; I won t cry any more. Words 
and music by Claire Porter and Harry 
McMillen. © Claire Porter & Harry 
McMillen (Clara E. Porter & Harry L. 
McMillen); 4May49; EP37246. 

I've got no time, words and music by 
Claire Porter and Harry McMillen. 
© Harry L. McMillen & Clara E. Porter; 
25Mar49; EP35190. Melody and chord 
symbols; with words. 

McMOON, COSME. 
Rondo espagnol; for piano and orchestra, 
[by] Cosme McMoon. © Cosme McMoon; 
27Jan49; EU154360. Score. 

McNAIR, EVELYN. 
When you come back. 



See Hall, David. 



McNEARY, PAT 
When you know that you re in love with me; 
words and music by Pat McNeary. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 23Dec48; EP33541. 
MacNEICE, LOUIS. 
Slum song. See Alwyn, William. 

McNEIL, JAMES CHARLES, 1902 

An angel told me so, words by Lula Almira 
Cole, music by J. Chas. McNeil. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
22Dec48; EP33022. 

Dear one; words by Beatrice Hilt, music 
by J. Chas. McNeil. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jan49; 
EP35836. 

If you don't care; words by Anne Gianelli, 
music by J. Chas. McNeil. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
130ct48; EP33158. 

I'm just in love with love; words by Carol 
Marie Peterson, music by J. Chas. Mc- 
Neil. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 15Nov48; EP32947. 

The lady from South America; words by 
Caesar Paige, Jr., music by J. Chas. 
McNeil. © Nordyke Publishing Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; HJan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35861. 

Mother's expecting me there; words by 
Zadie Hudson Perry, music by J. Charles 
McNeil. © Nordyke Publishing Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; Iljan49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP35789. 

My caveman romance, words by Elsie 
Larremore, music by J. Chas. McNeil. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 26Aug48; EP22864. 

My rhythm gal; words by George Millard 
Rundel, music by J. Chas. McNeil. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 24Mar49; EP37841. 

One little hour; words by Joe Scrimenti, 
music by J. Chas. McNeil. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
30Dec48; EP33522. 

Our American liberty; words by Mildred 
Peterson, music by J. Chas. McNeil. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; lDec48, EP32948. 

The way I remember you; words by Melvin 
E Null, music by J. Chas. McNeil. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 17Dec48; EP33540. 

When I look at you; words by Gladys Mosher 
music by J. Chas. McNeil. © Nordyke 
Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.: 
24Mar49; EP37826. 

McNTEL, JOHNNY. 
Friendless blues. See Moore, Johnny. 

McNISH, FRANCES. 
Beautiful Ireland. See HaU, David. 



McOUAT, FLOY LEWIS, 1888- 
Prayer and praise in song, [by] Mrs. Frank 
McOuat, [words by Mrs. Frank McOuat, 
Seth Baker, Annie Johnson Flint and others] 
© Mrs. Frank McOuat; 28Dec48; EP33911. 
Principally close score: SATB. 

McPHAIL, LINDSAY. 
I don't mind being loved, as long as it's 
you alone. See Skaggs, Jess. 

Just remember, there is someone; anthem 
for mixed voices with soprano solo, by 
Lindsay McPhail, arr. by Bruce Carleton. 
[Words by Lillian Grunst] (Sacred music 
for mixed voices, no. 312-40012) 
© Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia; 
10May49; on arrangement; EP36778. 

Lady Liberty. See Fenty, Jessie Haines. 

Mcpherson, mildred c 1893- 

Easter morn; [by] M. C. McPherson, . 
[words by] L. M. Zimmerman. © Mildred 
C. McPherson; 15Apr49; EP36048. 

McRAE, JAMES DUNCAN, 1889- 
Arise, shine, for thy light is come; words 
from Isaiah, music by James D. McRae. 
Oakville, Ont., F. Harris Music Co. 
© James Duncan McRae; 23Apr49; 
EF13080. 
Fierce raged the tempest; unacc. anthem 
for mixed voices, S.A.T.B. Words by 
Godfrey Thring, music by James D. 
McRae. Oakville [Ont.lF. Harris Music 
Co. © James Duncan McRae; 12Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); EF12384. 

McWAIN, WES GENE, 1920- 
The only one of you; words and music by 
Wes McWaln, [arr. by Kenny BrackettJ 
© Mactric Publishers, Santa Ana, Calif.; 
22Mar49; EP36127. 

McWILIilAMS, HELEN. 
My Chiquita, from Costa Rica; words and 
music by Helen Mc Williams. © RosSongs 
Music Publishers, Los Angeles; 4Nov48; 
EP33996. 

McWILLIAMS, MRS. J. W. 
The national anthem for churches. See 
Hughett, James Frederic. 

MacWILLIAMS, TOMMY J. 
It's fun to dunk. See Zoeller, Lou E. 

MADAGLIA, NEAL. 

Beautiful eyes, by Frankie Adams, Leonard 
Rosen [and] Neal Madaglia, arr. by Fred 
Weismantel. © Duchess Music Corp., 
New York; 24Jan49; on arrangement; 
EP34433. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts. 

Beautiful eyes; by Frankie Adams, Leonard 
Rosen [and] Neal Madaglia. © Duchess 
Music Corp., New York; 17Dec48; 
EP33316. For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols. 

MADDEN, EDV/ARD. 

By the light of the silvery moon. See 
Edwards, Gus. 
MADDEN, SAMMY. 

The Madden polka. See Quartemont, Al. 

The mystery song. See Quartemont, Al. 

MA.DDY, JOSEPH EDGAR 1891- 

Festival finale. God ol our fathers, by 
Joseph E. Maddy, [based on the hymn 
tune by George William Warren] 
(Select band music, B 94) © Neil A. 
Kjos Music Co., Chicago; 28Jan49; 
on arrangement; EP34620. Condensed 
score (band, with words) and parts. 
Part for mixed chorus, close score, laid 
in. 
Im balladenton. See Grieg, Edvard Hagerup. 

MADERNA, BRUNO. 
Concerto in do minore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 
Concerto in re maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. Concerto, violin. 



MADERNA, OSMAR, 1918- 
En tus ojos de cielo. Dans tes yeux bleus; 
tango change, paroles argentines de Luis 
Rubistein, paroles franpaises de Framique 
[pseud.], musique de Osmar Maderna. 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 10Sep48; on 
French words & arrangement; EF12482. 
En tus ojos de cielo. Dans tes yeux bleus; 
tango, paroles argentines de Luis Rubi- 
stein, paroles franpaises de Framique 
[pseud.] musique de Osmar Maderna, arr. 
de C. Dambrosy [pseud.] (WitliMicsunes- 
co, Constantin. Ande querida. Salabert 
succes no. 4839, 4838) © Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris; 70ct48; EF12481. Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts, 
with words. 

MADERO, pseud . See 
Calzia, Eugenio. 

MADRAZO.ORESIA. 
Hari-numa, afro son, letra y musica de 
Oresia Madrazo, arreglo de Perez Prado. 
© Peer International Corp., Habana; 
12Aug48; EF12391. Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words. 
MAGANINI, QUINTO. 
Berceuse. See Stravinskii, Igor' Fedoro- 
vich. The fire-bird. 

II pleure dans mon coeur. See Debussy, 
Claude. 

MA GARY, G ROBERT, 1927- 

Three gospel solos; with piano ace, com- 
posed by G. Robert Magary. [Words by 
Virginia Ruth Bvchweitz, Margaret Hos- 
tetler and G. R. M.] Archbold, Ohio, 
Ives Music Press. © G. Robert Magarv; 
30Apr49; EP36758. 

IMAGDALEN MARIEi Sister . 
Hymn to our Lady of Good Counsel, [by 
Sister Magdalen Marie] © Sisters of 
Notre Dame de Namur, Cincinnati; 
HFeb49; EP34267. Close score- SATB 

MAGEE, JOHN GILLESPIE. 
High flight. See Evanti, Lillian. 

MAGIDSON, HERB. 
Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think. 
See Sigman, Carl. 

We're not getting any younger, baby. See 
Oakland, Ben. 

MAGILL, GEORGE VANCE. 
You're like a rose in the rain, words and 
music by George Vance Magill. © Nor- 
dyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
28jun48, EP32871. 

MAGNANTE, CHARLES, 1905- 
Green light; a descriptive novelty, piano 
accordion solo [by] Chas. Magnante. 
© Wm. J. Smith Music Co., New York, 
17Mar49; EP35094. 

Waltz allegro, piano accordion solo, [by] 
Chas. Magnante. © Wm. J. Smith Music 
Co., inc., New York; 10Feb49; EP34237. 

MAHAN, ROY. ( 
It happens ev'ry time I look at you. See 
Hall, David. 

MAHAUPT, RICHARD. 
Oh, stately Don. See Dzerzhinsldi, Ivan 
Ivanovich. Quiet flows the Don. 

MAHER, CLARENCE. 
Don't cry, crybaby. See Martini, Bennie. 

MAHONEY, JACK. 
I don't understand, words by Virginia 
Giampaoll, music by Jack Mahoney. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 21Jun48; EPSSl^O, 

MAHONEY, LOYSON. 
Vali sayer han? See Baker, Frank 
Russell. 



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MAICHELBECK, FRANZ ANTON, 1702 1750. 
Sonata a quattro, praeludium, largo buffone, 
giga, nach zweistimmigen Originalkompo- 
sitionen von F. A. Maichelbek (1736) fur 
concertante violinen mit Begleitung des 
Streich orchesters, frei bearb. von Wil- 
helm Weckbecker. (Ensemble serie, 
no. 23) © Universal Edition A. G., Wien, 
160ct23; on arrangement, EF12314. Score: 
string orchestra. 

MAIER, GUY. 
Ave Maria. See Schubert, Franz Peter. 

Chopin preludes tor the piano. See Chopin, 
Fryderyk Franciszek. 

MAIER, KURT. 
N. B. C. polka [by] Kurt Maier. © Broad- 
cast Music, inc., New York; llMar49; 
EP35993. For piano, with chord symbols. 
MAIR, CARLENE. 
At the end of the day. See Cochrane, Joyce. 

Before you go to sleep. See Murray, 

Alan. 
Dream days. See Frederiksen, Erland. 

Lad tonerne fortaelle. 
When the lilac blooms again. See Doelle, 

Franz. 

MAIR. TOMMY. 
Can t you remember? Words and music 
by Tommy Mair. © Nordyke Publishing 
Co,, Hollywood, Calif.; 24Mar49; 
EP37755. 

MAKIN, DURALD. 
That beautiful valley, by Durald Makin. 
© Durald Makin; HJan49; EP33781. For 
voice and piano. 
MAKINNEY, GORDON S. 
We're all going to heaven when we die. 

See Richard, Leo. 
MAIdNS, HENRIETTA ODE VIA. 
Do you believe on Him? See Browning, 
Oliver E. 
MAKUAKANE, JOHN K. 
When your lips meet mine. See Richard, 
Leo. 

MALATESTA, LUIGI. 
Der unsichtbare Weg, lynsch-drama- 
tische Oper. II cammino invisible, opera 
lirico-drammatica [by] Luigi Malatesta. 
Dichtung: Carl Julius Abegg, versione 
ritmica italiana di Mary Tibaldi Chiesa. 
Riduzione per canto e pianoforte. Milano, 
G. Ricordi, 1948. © Luigi Malatesta; 
9Dec48; DP18710. Piano-vocal score. 

MALCHIODI, ESTHER. 

She's a hot tamale from Chile. See 
Fosberg, Norma. 
MALDONADO, FERNANDO Z. 

Anoche te senti". See Lara, Agustin. 

Culpable. See Alma, Maria. 

Reahdad, bolero, letra, musica y orques- 
tacion de Fernando Z. Maldonado. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 25Aug48; EF13011. 
Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words. 

Rondalla. See Esparza Oteo, Alfonso. 

Tu retrato. See Lara, Augustln. 
MALEC, ANNA, 1917- 

Ciezki, ciezki kamien mjynski; walczyk. 
Heavy is the mill-stone; waltz. Words 
and music by Anna Malec, arr. by F. 
Przybylski, for piano and piano accordion. 
© W. H. Sajewski Music & Publishing Co., 
inc., Chicago; 15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); 
EP35259. Polish words. 

Czego kalino; walczyk. The guelder rose; 
waltz. Words and music by Anna Malec, 
arr. by F. Przybylski for piano and piano 
accordion. © W. H. Sajewski Music & 
Publishing Co. inc., Chicago; 15Nov48 
(in notice: 1947); EP35257. Polish words. 

Jiaczka zielona; wale. Song of the green 
prairie; waltz. Words and music by Anna 
Malec, arr. by F. Przybylski for piano 
and piano accordion. © W. H, Sajewski 
Music & Publishing Co., inc., Chicago; 
15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); EP35261. 



Na wojtowej roli; walczyk. In the mayor's 
field; waltz. Words and music by Anna 
Malec, arr. by F. Przybylski for piano 

and piano accordion. © W. H, Sajewski 
Music & Publishing Co.. inc v Chicago; 
15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); EP35260. 
Polish words. 

Nie wstydz si^ dziewczyno; polka. Don't be 
bashful, girlie. Words and music by Anna 
Malec, arr. by F. Przybylski for piano 
and piano accordion. © W. H. Sajewski 
Music & Publishing Co. inc., Chicago; 
15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); EP35256. 
Polish words. 

Oj na te Jaqe zielony; walczyk. The maple 
tree on the green meadow; waltz. Words 
and music by Anna Malec, arr. by F. 
Przybylski for piano and piano accordion. 
© W. H. Sajewski Music & Publishing Co., 
inc., Chicago; 15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); 
EP35258. Polish words. 

Przez zielony gaiczek; polka. Through the 
green grove. Words and music by Anna 
Malec, arr. by F. Przybylski for piano 
and piano accordion. © W. H. Sajewski 
Music & Publishing Co., inc., Chicago; 
15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); EP35255. 
Polish words. 

Siwy konik we dworze polka. Gray horse at 
the mansion. Words and music by Anna 
Malec, arr. by F. Przybylski for piano 
and piano accordion. © W. H. Sajewski 
Music & Publishing Co.. inc., Chicago; 
15Nov48 (in notice: 1947); EP35253. 

MALIN, DONALD F 1896- arr . 

The days of forty-nine. S.S.A.T.B.B. 
Traditional [words] Forty-niners' 
song, arr. by Don Malin. (Laurel 
octavos, no. 1516) © C. C. Btrchard 
& Co., Boston; 10Mar49; on arrange- 
ment; EP35031. 

MALIPIERO, GIAN FRANCESCO, 1882- 
Concerto in re maggiore. See Vivaldi, 
Antonio. 

Concerto in re minore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. Concerto, violin". 
Concerto in si bemolle maggiore. S ee 

Vivaldi, Antonio. 
Concerto in sol maggiore. See Vivaldi, 

Antonio. 
Concerto in sol minore. See Vivaldi, Antonio. 

"(Symphony, no. 7) Settima sinfonia; dalle 
canzoni, per orchestra [by] Gian Fran- 
cesco Malipiero. ([Pub. order no.] P. R. 
318) © G. Ricordi & Co., Milano; 
17May49; EF13497. Miniature score. 

MALLARD, CYRUS S 
As twilight hushes all; words by Molly 
J. Monroe, music by Cyrus S. Mallard. 
([Pub. order] no. 28039) © Theodore 
Presser Co., Philadelphia; 31May49; 
EP37319. 
MALLARD, JO, 1916- 
That's my sweetie, always wrong; [by] Jo 
Mallard. © Dootsie Williams; 12Apr49; 
EP36042. Melody and words. 
MALLE, CLYDE ESNARD. 
Del :.io Dell. See_ Scottoline, Al. 

MALLfe, EDDIE. See 
Malle, Clyde Esnard. 
MALLOZZI, A 
When I'm out dancing with you, words and 
music by A. Mallozzi. © Nordyke Pub- 
lishing Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Jun48; 
EP32869. 
MALM, EINAR. 
Varen och vi. See Casserman, Hjalmar. 

MALNECK, MATT. 
Be-bop spoken here. See De Lugg, Milton. 

Misty waters; piano solo, by Matty Malneck 

and Milton Delugg. © Mills Music, inc., 

New York; 29Apr49; EP36580. 
Pinwheel; piano solo, by Matty Malneck 

and Milton Delugg. © Mills Music, inc., 

New York; 29Apr49; EP36578. 
Soft shoe Sam; piano solo, by Matty Malneck 

and Milton Delugg. Mills Music, inc., 

New York; 29Apr49; EP36577. 



Wings over Mars; piano solo, by Matty 
Malneck and Milton Delugg. © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 29Apr49; EP36576. 

MALOOF, GEORGE C 
Star o' mine, words and music by George 
C Maloof. © Nordyke Publishing Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 4Aug48, EP32868. 

MALOTTE, ALBERT HAY, 1895- 
The Lord s prayer; by Albert Hay Malotte, 
[arr. for] piano duet [by Eric Steiner] 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 
10Feb49; on arrangement; EP35929. 

MALSBARY, PAULINE S. 
Practical music course in elementary 
theory and sight-singing. See Prairie 
Bible Institute, Three Hills, Alta. 

MALWITZ, WILLIAM C 
Brown eyes, why are you blue tonight? 
Words and music by William C. Malwitz. 
© Nordyke Publishing Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 28Feb49, EP37756. 
MAMMARELLA, COSTANTINO. 
Ideal of mine. See Bozzelli, Leo. 

MANA-ZUCCA, pseud . 

Bickerings; piano solo, transcription from 
orchestral suite by Mana-Zucca. [Op. 
188] © Congress Music Publications, 
Miami, Fla.; 17Jun49; EP37926. 

Breakfast with you, lyric by Bissell Palmer 
and Irwin M, Cassel, music by Mana- 
Zucca. © Congress Music Publications, 
Miami, Fla., 29Mar49; EP36175. 

God's minute; music by Mana-Zucca 
[text anon.] © Congress Music Publi- 
cations, Miami, Fla.; 27May49; EP37283. 

Mas cerca. [Closer] Song by Jose Armando 
[pseud.], Spanish [text by R. Campoamor], 
English [text by M. Lesaco, pseud.] 
© Congress Music Publications, Miami, 
Fla.; 29Apr49; EP36529. 

MANCINI, ALBERT 
U. S. Marines on parade; march [by] Albert 
Mancini. © Mills Music, inc., New York; 
31Dec48; EP32682. Parts band. 
MANCUSO, JOSEPH EDWARD, 1927- 
My wedding day; words & music by Joseph 
Mancuso. © Joseph Mancuso; 16Apr49; 
EP36636 

MANCZYK, FRIEDRICH FRANZ, 1916- 
Scherzo for strings and woodwinds; [by] 
Fritz Manczyk. © Friedrich Franz 
Manczyk; 12May49; EU167247. Score. 

MANCZYK, FRITZ. See 

Manczyk, Friedrich Franz. 
MANDERS, KEES. 
Kom, mijn lieve Mathilde. See Deltour, 
Emile. 
MANEN, JUAN, 1883- 
*Funf Lieder. Five songs. Cinq chansans. 
[By] Juan Manen. Op. A-4. Nach Texten 
von Elsa Laura und Ernst von Wolzogen. 
English version by Addie Funk. Paroles 
franchises par Pierre Laclau. Neuaus- . 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 30Dec41; 
on French version & changed music-' 
EF12299. 
Konzertstiick. See Beethoven, Ludwig van. 

*Vier Lieder. Four songs. Quatre chan- 
sons. [By] Juan Manen. Op. A-10. 
Nach Texten von Margarethe von Schuch 
und Louis Zacharias. English version 
by Addie Funk. Paroles francaises par 
Pierre Laclau. Neuausg. © Universal- 
Edition, Wien, 30Dec41; on French version 
& changed music, EF12300. 
Zweite Kadenz zum Konzertstiick von L. 
van Beethoven. See Beethoven, Ludwig 
van. 

MANES, JOSE LUIS. 
La zapaterita, zarzuela en tres actos. 
See Alonso Lopez, Francisco. 

[MANGEOT, ROGER] 1918- 
Niagara; slow chanfe, paroles franpaises 
de R. L. Julien, musique de Ramon 
Rivero [pseud.] © Productions N.E.M. 
S.A., Paris; 25Feb49; EF13439. 



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MANGGRUM, LORETTA C. 
What's wrong with me? See Buchanan, 
Mamie Bea. 

MANIFOLD, JOHN STREETER, 1915- ed. 

Petite suite; from an anonymous collection 
for violins, flutes or oboes of 1688, arr. 
and ed. from the figured bass ed. by John 
Manifold and Walter Bergmann. (Re- 
corder series no. 27) © Schott & Co., 
ltd., London; 24Jan49; on realisation from 
the figured bass; EF12564. Score (2 
descant recorders and piano) and parts. 

MANLEY, WALTER L 
Christian confidence; [by] Walter Manley 
Twords byl Albert C. Stewart. © Albert 
Cheston Stewart; 25Dec48; EP35376. 
Close score: SATB. 

MANLIO, T. . . . , 

Voglio vivere cosi. See Anzi, Giovanni d . 

MANN, ADOLPH, 1895- 
Songs for my people, music by Adolph 
Mann, [words by Kalmen Friedman, 
Mania Berez, and others] © Adolph 
Mann; 5Dec48; EP33872. Melody and 
chord symbols, with words in Yiddish and 
Yiddish transliterated. 

MANN, ALFRED. 
Trio sonata in A minor. See Telemann, 
Georg Philipp. 

MANN, BERT. 
S'il vous plait. See Vidacovich, Pinky. 

MANN, DAVE. 
Just got to have him around; by Redd Evans 
[and] Dave Mann. © Jefferson Music Co., 
inc., New York; 12Apr49; EP35675. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 

No moon at all; by Redd Evans and Dave 
Mann. © Jefferson Music Co., inc., 
New York; 18Feb49; EP34281. For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols. 
These will be the best years of our lives; 
words and music by Bob Hilliard and 
Dave Mann, scored by Johnny Warrington. 
© Robbins Music Corp., New York; 
3Jan49; on arrangement; EP34812. Piano 
-conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts. 
Trust my foolish heart. See Carson, 
Claudia. 
MANN, FREDERICK JOHN, 1895- 
Rainy evening sweetheart; words by Wm. J. 
Kerr, music by Fred Mann. © William 
James Kerr & Frederick John Mann; 
23May49; EP37131. 
MANN, LOIS. 
What my eyes see, my heart believes; 
words and music by Morrey Burns and 
Lois Mann. © Lois Publishing Co.. 
Cincinnati; 3Mar49 (in notice: 1948); 
EP34551. 
MANNERS, DIAN. 
Luz Maria. See Clark, Johnny. 

MANNERS, HENRY, pseud . See 
Katzman, Henry. 

MANNERS, LEO. 
Cigars, cigarettes souvenirs; words and 
music by Zeke Manners. © Capitol song