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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

CATALOGUE f^ 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PART 3 
Musical Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 

FOR THE YEAR 1929 
Nos. 1-12 




Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906. 
and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1930 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING : 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 



1929 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 

No. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be Noted by Usees of This Catalogue 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions ex- 
plained hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of 
the title (except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), 
and a grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Balfe (Michael William); Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; Bizet (Georges); Brahms. 
(Johannes); Chopin (Frederic Frangois); Delibes (Clement Philibert Leo); 
Donizetti (Gaetano); Gounod (Charles Frangois); Grieg (Edvard Hagerup); 
Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Haydn (Franz Josef); MacDowell (Edward Alex- 
ander); Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic); Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); 
Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); Schubert 
(Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; 
Verdi (Giuseppe); Wagner (Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 
etudes elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying 
titles, but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," 
" march," " cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," 
" etude," " study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only 
identifiable by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's 
name without cross reference from the titles, and search should only be made 
under the names of the composers. 

IMPRINTS. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention 
of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publi- 
oation and name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to he with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been ab- 
rogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is ab- 
breviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," 
implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "©1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals made for musical compositions under section 24 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue immediately 
following the text. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $3, payable in advance, to the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, 
express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress approved May 23, 1928, the 
prices of the various parts of the catalogue are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets and Maps 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations— 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts, for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by 
such claimant prior to December 31, 1929. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request, Address Register of Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTRUMENTS 

The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The President's 
proclamations to this effect were printed in the Catalogue of Copy- 
right Entries, Part 3, as follows : 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol. 
13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 

Austria, vol. IT (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 
pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4 ; 

Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 

Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 

Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 

Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 

Denmark, Vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 

Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 

France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 

Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages ix-x of no. 6 ; 

Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 3, and vol. 15 
(1920), pages vi-ix of no. 13;- 

Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 

Italy, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 
pages xiii-xiv of no. 6 ; 

Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no. 7; 

Netherlands, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

New Zealand, vol. 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 
(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 

Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 

Poland, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 

Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 

Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 

Union of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This 
convention is understood to be in effect as between the United States 
and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 
Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, and 
Uruguay. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Notice. — When the nationality of the composer is not 
entry, it is to be understood that he is a citizen of the United States. 




tated in the title 



A. A. A. military novelty march; by 
Nick Brown; solo B flat cornet. © 
1 c. Oct. 19, 1928 ; E unp. 429 ; Lampe 
music service, New York. 1 

A bailar ; two step march, por Cirilo 
Rodriguez, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Chicago; pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 2710 ; Ignacio 
M. Valle, Chicago. 2 

A canzone d'o carcerato ; versi e 
musica di M. Pinnola. © 1 c. Jan. 
18. 1929 ; E unp. 2925 ; Michele Pin- 
nola, Roxbury, Mass. 3 

A-cappella-chor suite ; texte aus dem 
Hohenlied in Minnelieclern, 14. jahr- 
hundert, neudeutsch von Will 
Vesper, ftir grossen chor oder kam- 
merchor, von Hugo Hermann, of 
Germany, op. 27. Sc. 4to. © Jan. 
3, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2315; 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 4 

'A cchiu sincera 'a mamma ; words by 
Roberto Ciaramella, music by R. De 
Luca, of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2729; 
Ralph De Luca, Brooklyn. 5 

A Maria ; poesia di G. A. Borgese, 
musica di Carlo Ravasenga, of Italy. 
© Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
1852 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 6 

A sera in terra di Toscana ; impres- 
sione, di Fernando Limenta, of Italy, 
riduzione dell' autore per orchestrina 
con pf. conduttore. pts. 4to. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 28; E for. 
1789 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 7 

A toi; gavotte, by L. N. Griffin, op. 
190 ; band pts. with solo B flat cornet 
conductor. 4to. © Jan. 26, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 3046 ; Louellyn 
Nelms Griffin, Waco, Tex. 8 

Abendstimmung ; mannerchor a cap- 
pella, words by Carl Busse, music by 
Paul Lefmann, of Germany, op. 39, 
no. 1. 4to. © Oct. 15, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929; E for. 2263; P. J. 
Tonger, Cologne, Germany. 9 



Accarezzandoti ; valzer, riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore del 
autore, Attilio Parelli, of Italy, pts. 
4to. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; 
E for. 1991 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

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Acrobatic (The) fliver [!]; by M. L. 
Lake ; full orch., with pf .-organ con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E' pub. 2511; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 11 

Adelaide ; words and music by J. Brat- 
tain and H. Thies; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1929 ; E unp. 2937 ; Joe Brattain 
and Henry Thies, Cincinnati. 12 

Adios, te quedas en tus gustos ; cancion 
Mexicana, arr. de S. R. Ramos, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Chicago; [pf., 
with words] [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E unpub. 2665; Sil- 
vano R. Ramos, Chicago. 13 

Admiral Stosch ; marsch, von C. 
Latann, op. 140, arr. von Bernhard 
Egg, of Germany; orch., mit pf. -di- 
rection u. violino 1 direction. 4to. 
© Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; E for. 
1759; D. Rahter, Leipzig. 14 

Adorable one ; words and music by L. 
Rosenberg. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
3156 ; Louis Rosenberg, Brooklyn. 

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Aegyptus ; balletto egiziano, per piccola 
orch. e pf. conduttore^ di Aroldo 
Fornasari, of Italy. 4to. © Nov. 
12, 1928; 1 c. Oct. 29; E for. 1954; 
Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, Italy. 

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Ar allt forbi? text av Jean Ernst 
[pseud, of Harry Halm], music by 
Karl Wehle, of Sweden ; pf . © Nov. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1869; A. b. NorL.'"ka musikforlaget, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 17 

After I loved you darling; words and 
music by M. A. Adamowecz. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; E unp. 3341 ; Max A. 
Adamowecz, Cincinnati. 18 



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After loving you; lyric by Benee Rus- 
sell, music by Vincent Rose. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 2882 ; Remick 
music Corp., New York. 19 

After midnight; prelude dramatique, 
by James C. Bradford; full orch. 
pts. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 14 ; 
E pub. 1507; Kalmus filmusic edi- 
tion, New York.'-— 20 

After you there'll be somebody else 
after me; lyric by Monty Siegel and. 
John Siras, music by Felix Bernard, 
arr. by Herbert Deer ; 4 male voices. 
4to. © Jan. 9, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E pub. 2723; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 21 

After you've broken my heart ; words 
and music by Walter Smith. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2739; Noah 
Frederick, San Francisco. 22 

Agitation while dancing ; f otoplay 
music, by Edward Kilenyi, scored 
by A. E. Cafarella ; pf . or organ 
conductor. © Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 19 ; E pub. 2782 ; Bobbins music 
corp., New York. 23 

Agnese ; versi di R. Ciaramella, musica 
di V. De Crescenzo. [Words and 
melody only] © Dec. 1. 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929 ; E pub. 2306 ; Vincenzo 
De Crescenzo and Roberto Ciara- 
mella, New York. 24 

Ain't no use of talking ; words by E. C. 
Hazelwood, music by L. E. Goffin. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; E pub. 
3045; E. Clayton Hazelwood, Med- 
ford, Mass. 25 

Ain't she real cute? comedy fox trot 
song, words by R. Bayfield Evans, 
music by Sylvain Hamy [pseud, of 
Sylvain Freund], of Belgium; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 22, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E for. 1812 ; Inter- 
national music co., Brussels, Bel- 
gium. 26 

Air breton ; by Georges Favre, of 
France; pf. © Dec. 31, 1927; 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1928 ; E for. 1815 ; Alphonse 
Leduc et cie., Paris. 27 

Airplane (An) flight; by Mortimer 
Wilson, op. 86, no. 1 ; pf . © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E pub. 2248 ; Cen- 
tury music pub. co., New York. 28 

Aladdin ; a Chinese fairy tale, by H. 
Mcyerowitz; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1929; E unp. 3044; Harry Meyero- 
witz, New York. 29 



Alice in Wonderland; words by 
Vaughn De Leath [pseud, of L. 
Geer] , music by Irving Bibo ; pf . © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3113; 
Leonore Geer, New York. 30 

All hail, the risen King; anthem, 
words by S. E. Mekin, music by Al- 
fred Wooler ; mixed voices. 4to. © 
Jan. 30, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 31: E pub. 
3109 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

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All I ever get is sympathy ; lyrics and 
music by Ernie Burnett. [Chords 
single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 29. 1929; 
E unp, 3275 ; Ernest M. Burnett, Chi- 
cago. 32 

All I have is a memory; words by H. 
Reinschreiber, music by Johnny 
Thompson and H. Reinschreiber. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1928; E unp. 2564; Henry 
Reinschreiber, Philadelphia. 33 

All I need is you; words and music 
by R. A. Lynch. Boston, Mass., Hol- 
lis pub. co. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E pub. 2422; Richard 
A. Lynch, Boston. 34 

All join in and be happy ; vocal fox- 
trot, by Jack Payne, Reg Connelly 
and Jimmy Campbell, of Great Brit- 
ain ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Harry J. Stafford. © June 28, 1928 ; 
1 c. July 12 ; E for. 2349 ; Campbell, 
Connelly & co., London. 35 

All my baby does is maybe me ; words 
by G. Quaw, music by G. Joyce. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 3274 ; Gene 
Quaw and Gerald Joyce, Pasadena, 
Calif. 36 

All nuts don't grow on trees ; words by 
Marvin Smolev and Jerry Levine, 
music by Henry Fishbach ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by Oscar Catsiff. 
© Dec. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2197 ; Mercury music pub. co., 
New York. 37 

All the day long; lyrics by Clinton 
Scollard, music by G. Bagby. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2803; George 
Bagby, New York. 38 

All the year round ; written and com- 
posed by Kenneth and George West- 
ern, both of Great Britain. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Dec. 
28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E for. 
2205 ; Reynolds & co., London. 39 

All we want Miami, is the moonlight 
bright and you ; lyrics by H. L. Leon- 
ard, music by Lon Healy. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 2508; Harriett 
Lyon Leonard, Miami, Fla. 40 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1929 



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Alleluia, sing His praise; Easter an- 
them, words and music by M. E. 
Florio [pseud, of Maximillian Hel- 
fere] ; quartet or cho. of mixed 
voices with incidental solos ; organ 
ace. 4to. © Dec. 28, 192S ; 2 c. Jan. 

4, 1929: E pub. 2395; G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York. 41 

Alles f iir euch ; marschlied, aus der 
gleichnamigen revue, text u. musik 
von Erich Ziegler. of Germany. © 
July 6. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929 ; E for. 
1907 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 42 

Alma y corazon ; vals lento, by Isaias 
Medina Campa, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Chicago ; pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929: E unp. 2709; Ignacio 
M. Valie, Chicago. 43 

Almiro; 6/8 one step, de Cole Porter, 
arr. pour orch., parties separees, 
avec pf. conducteur, par Francis Sa- 
labert, of France. [With words] 
Ed. Francis Salabert. 4to. © Nov. 
15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; E for. 1822 ; 
M. E. Sayag, Paris. 44 

Aloha Oahu : words and music by Jack 
Scholl and Irving Mills ; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Dec. 21. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
pub. 2655 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 45 

Alone on the great white way; words 
by N. A. Kneeland, music by Sylves- 
ter Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1929 ; E unp. 3255 ; Nellie A. Knee- 
land. Tacoma. 46 

Always in my dreams, never in my 
arms ; lyric by Lou Herscher and 
Joe Darcey, music by Max Kortlan- 
der ; pf . ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Hank Linet. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E. pub. 2427; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. 47 

Am montag kusse ich die blonde Eri- 
ka; worte von Giinther Bibo, musik 
von R. Marbot, of Germany, klavier 
arr. von Otto Lindemann. © Dec. 

5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 : E for. 1933 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

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Amandote en silencio ; vals tropical, 
letra y musica de J. A. Monrouzeau ; 
pf. © Nov. 3, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1929; E pub. 2335; Jose Antonio 
Monrouzeau, Arecibo, Porto Rico. 

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Amelia my own ; words by D. V. Wag- 
ner, music by Eddie Fitzgerald. 
Boston, Mass., Harmonies music, co. 
© Oct. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 9 ; E pub. 



2134; Delia V. Wagner, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 50 

America ; tango, by C. Maduro ; pf . 
New York City, O. Flaschner music 
co. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E pub. 2551 ; Charles Maduro, 
New York. 51 

Amina ; serenade Egyptienne, by Paul 
Lincke, arr. by M. J. Scheidlmeier ; 
ten. banjo solo, with pf. ace. arr. 
by Otto Merz. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. * 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3116; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 52 

An der waterkant steht ein fischer- 
haus ; worte von Fritz Ginzel, musik 
von Harry Hauptmann, of Germany. 
© Nov. 15. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E for. 1932; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 53 

And especially you; words and music 
by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and 
Al Lewis. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3345; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 54 

Andalucia; suite espanola, por E, Le- 
cuona, of Cuba ; pf . Habana, Lecuona 
music co. 1. Cordoba. [5 others] 
© Nov. 2, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E for. 1839; Ernesto Lecuona, Ha- 
vana. 55 

Angel-cake; lyric and music by Caro 
Roma. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31 ; E pub. 2433 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 56 

Angela dances ; by Robert Nolan Kerr ; 
pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; 
E pub. 2371 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 57 

Angels' (The) song; words by Bertha 
Mullin, music by Adam Geibel ; in 
D. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; 
E pub. 2383 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 58 

Anima (L') musicale della patria; a 
cura di Achille Schinelli, of Italy, 
con note storiche di Antonio Monti, 
v. 2. 4to. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
14; E for. 2214; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 59 

Anita teach me necking tricks; slow 
fox, by F. Markush,- of Hungary; 
orch. pts. 4to, © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928 ; 
E unpub. 3004 ; Fred Markush, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 60 

Anson (Hugo) Idyl; for violin and 
pf., by H. Anson, of Great Britain. 
Curwen ed. © Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E for. 2039 ; Hugo An- 
son, Chelsea, England. 61 



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Anvil (The) of God's word; words by 
John Clifford, music by A. B. Buck- 
ingham. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3057; 
A. Edward Buckingham, Los An- 
geles. 62 

Aphrodite; entr'acte et musique de 
scene, de Henry Fevrier, transcrip- 
tion de H. Mouton, of Belgium; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. l re 
suite, nos. 1-4. — 2 e suite, nos. 5-7. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2126, 2127; Heugel, 
Paris. 63, 64 

Apollo-hymne ; von Arthur Bliss, of 
Great Britain; orch. Partitur. © 
Dec. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 
2015; Universal edition actiengesell- 
schaft, Vienna. 65 

Arcadian (An) idyl; by Ida Bostel- 

mann ; pf . Rev. ed. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 7; E pub. 2282; Belwin, 
inc., New York. 66 

Are you my sweetheart? fox-trot, 
words and music by V. Marcy. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 2502; Victor 
Marcy, Perrysburg, N. Y. 67 

Are you sorry you went away? words 
by M. Sigurdson, music by Sylvester 
Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 
E unp, 2822; Margaret Sigurdson, 
Portland, Or. 68 

Arioso ; von Otto Fleischmann, of Ger- 
many, op. 85 ; violoncello and pf . or 
organ. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; 
E for. 2356; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 69 

Arise, shine; anthem, 4 pt. cho., text 
from Isaiah chap. 60, music by John 
Prindle Scott ; mixed voices with 
duet for sop. and bass ; organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; 
E pub. 2972; R. L. Huntzinger, inc., 
New York. 70 

Armand; words and music by C. Wy- 
man ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 
3150; Charles Wyman, Glendale, 
Calif. 71 

Ar'nt we all ; written and composed by 
Kenneth and George Western, both 
of Great Britain. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 28, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E for. 2204; 
Reynolds & co., London. 72 

Artichauts (Les) ; fox-trot de l'oper- 
ette Comte Obligado, par Raoul Mo- 
retti, arr. par Francis Salabert, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf.-conduc- 
tor, 1st violin-conductor and words. 



© April 15, 1928; 1 c. May 10; E 
692091; Francis Salabert. Paris. 73 

As long as we are in love ; from Hello 
daddy, words by Dorothy Fields, 
music by Jimmy McHugh ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 29; E pub. 2176; Mills music, 
inc. and Harms, inc., New York. 74 

Ash (The) grove; three-part song, 
words by John Oxenford, set to old 
Welsh melody arr. by W. Davies 
[i. e. Eiddil Gwent], of Great Brit- 
ain, domiciled at Cleveland ; women's 
voices. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E unp. 
2690; William Davies, Cleveland. 75 

Ashes of love; lyrics by Monty Siegel, 
music by Charles Rosoff ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31. 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2431 ; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 76 

Asperges me; by Casciolini, arr. by 
C. A. Benson ; 4 mixed voices. Bal- 
timore, P. J. Lammers. 4to. © Dec. 
21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E pub. 
2328 ; Archdiocesan commission of 
music, Baltimore. 77 

At sunrise ; by Thelma De Mille ; pf. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
© Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E pub. 2153 ; Reginald K. Liversidge, 
Lawrence, Mass. 78 

At the end of the day; 4 pt. cho., 
words by Richard Hovey, music by 
Robert Samuel Flagler; male voices 
with bar. solo. 4to. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2970; 
R. L. Huntzinger, inc., New York. 

79 

At the end of the rainbow, where 
golden dreams come true ; words and 
music by Lou Herscher, Perry Alex- 
ander and Katherine Wexler ; pf . ace. 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. New 
York, Mills music, inc. © Dec. 8, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2883; 
Jack Mills, inc., New York. 80 

At the fair; by Harold T. Scull, of 
Great Britain; pf. 1. All the fun 
of the fair [3 others] © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E for. 2179 ; 
Warren & Phillips, London. 81 

At the lawn fete; dance caprice, by 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2563; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 82 

At the shepherd's hut ; by Georg Eg- 
geling, of Germany; pf. © Jan. 23, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 3025; 
Tlu-odore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

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Au chateau de Laboisiere ; par H. de 
Callias, of France ; pf. 1. Midi au 
verger. [3 others] © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2120; Heu- 
gel, Paris. S4 

Au dancing ; l er album, by various au- 
thors, compiler of France ; pf . © 
Dec. 31, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1928; 
E 6S4967; Choudens, Paris. 85 

Au pays d' amour ; fox-trot, par H. 
Ackermans, orch. par Ch. Geuskens, 
of Belgium ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928: 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2153 ; Choudens. 
Paris. 86 

Aucassin ; by B. Stambler ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 2843; Bern 
Stambler, Brooklyn. 87 

Audi die kinder haben sorgen ; aus 
Kapitan Funk, text von Giinther 
Bibo. musik von Theo Mackeben, of 
Germany. © Dec. 10, 1927; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1951; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 88 

Auction (The) of life; auction bridge, 
musical recitation, written by George 
Arthurs, music by Gil Roy, of Great 
Britain; pf. © Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929 ; E for. 2197 ; Reynolds 
& co., London. 89 

Auf der reise; mannerchor a cappella, 
words by Carl Busse, music by Paul 
Lefmann. of Germany, op. 39, no. 3. 
4to. © Oct. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2265 ; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
logne, Germany. 90 

Aufstieg (Der) ; vom volkslied zu den 
klassischen meistern, fur violine u. 
klavier, von Ferdinand Kiichler, of 
Germany, heft 4-6. © Oct. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 
2260; Riihle & Wendling, Leipzig. 

91 

Aus dem Nordlande : 3 charakteristiicke 
in form einer suite, von Emil Juel- 
Frederiksen, of Denmark, instr. von 
Leopold Weninger, of Austria ; orch., 
mit violine 1 direction. 1. Die hein- 
zelmannchen Ziehen zu berg. [2 
others] © Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; 
E for. 1763 ; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 92 

Aus den dammergrauen wiesen . . . ; 
text von A. Grumbrecht, musik von 
Hugo Kaun. of Germany ; manner- 
chor, a cappella. 4to. © Nov. 6, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2223 ; 
Amsel-verlag, Berlin- Slidende, Ger- 
many. 93 



Ave Maria ; music arr. from K. H., by 
J. W. Simpson ; mixed voices, with 
organ or pf. ace. 4to. [Latin text.] 
© Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E pub. 
3125; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 94 

Awakening of spring ; by J. Albert Jef- 
fery ; pf . © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
19, 1929 ; E pub. 2757 ; E. C. Schirmer 

music co., Boston. 95 

i 

Baby, du hast dich veriindert . . . ; fox- 
trot, text von Fritz Rotter, musik 
von Harry Ralton [pseud, of Heinz 
Rosenthal], of Germany. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 25 ; E for. 2335 ; Drei 
masken verlag, a. g., Berlin. 96 

Baby girl ; words by R. Sutton, music 
by Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 2826; Rosa 
Sutton, Cambridge, Id. 97 

Baby hands are heaven to me ; words 
by S. H. Pappas and D. B. Hart, 
music by Dora Barr Hart ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1928; 
E unp. 3029; Sara H. Pappas and 
D. B. Hart, Bessemer, Ala. 98 

Baby mine ; words by Emii Isenberg, 
music by P. B. Story. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E unp. 2545 ; Emil F. Isenberg, jr., 
Troy, 111. 99 

Baby rose; words by W. A. Claiborne, 
music by Harry Jay [pseud, of 
Harry J. Lincoln] : pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; 
E pub. 2754; William A. Claiborne, 
Pittsburgh. 100 

Baby Ruth gum ; words by Jerry Bel- 
yea, music by D. L. Carley. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929; E unp. 3329; Dorothee Leone 
Carley, Grand Rapids, Mich. 101 

Baby — you have It, and plenty of it ; 
words and music by W. H. Jones ; 
orch. pts. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E 
unp. 3137; William H. Jones, Pitts- 
burgh. 102 

Baby you've been f oolin' ; fox-trot, 
words by E. Eby and H. Moulton, 
music by E. Eby. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E 
unp. 2732 ; Earl Eby and Hi Moulton, 
Pasadena, Calif. 103 

Babyland ; words and music by B. G. 
Trimble. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
imp. 2445 ;. Bernice Gruver Trimble, 
San Jose, Calif. 104 



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Baby's song; words by M. J. Keith, 
music by Sylvester Long Cross. © 

1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 2818 ; Mi- 
nette J. Keith, Spokane, Wash. 105 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Anna Mag- 
clalena's march; ed. by Clarence 
Dickinson ; organ. © June 24, 1927 ; 

2 c. Dec. 19, 1928; E pub. 2701; H. 
W. Gray co., New York. 106 

Ave Maria; meditation, solo or 

duet, by Bach-Gounod, arr. by Cal- 
vin Grooms ; pts. for E flat alto, B 
flat ten. and C melody saxophones, 
with pf. ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 4 ; E pub. 2573 ; Century music 
pub. co., New York. 107 

Bach-studien fur oboe ; sammlung 

von arien und satzen mit obligate!* 
oboe aus kantaten, oratorien und 
orchester-konzerten von Joh. Seb. 
Bach, zusammengestellt und mit 
atem- und anderen vortragszeichen 
versehen von Walter Heinze, of Ger- 
many, bd. 1, 2. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. each Jan. 28, 1929; E for. 2292, 
2293 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

108, 109 

■ Concerto in D minor ; ed. by Ed- 
win Hughes ; pf . Copyright is based 
upon new matter by Edwin Hughes, 
namely, his interpretation repre- 
sented in the legible notation there- 
of contained in the copies filed. © 
Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2850; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 110 

O Saviour sweet ; arr. by Clarence 

Dickinson, arr. for women's voices 
by Lucy Clark Street; organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E 
pub. 2213; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. Ill 

Passion chorale ; arr. by Lucy 

Clark Street ; women's voices, organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
9 ; E pub. 2459 ; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 112 

Six short preludes or studies for 

beginners; ed. with special and gen- 
eral instructions by Gottfried Gal- 
ston, of Germany, domiciled at St. 
Louis; pf. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. 
and aff. each Feb. 7 ; AA 8429-8431 ; 
Art publication society, St. Louis. 

113-115 

Twelve short preludes or studies 

for beginners ; ed. with special and 
general instructions by Gottfried 
Galston, of Germany, domiciled at 
St. Louis; pf. 1. nos. 1-3, 5-8, 10, 



11, — 2. nos. 4, 9. 12, © Jan. 15, 31, 
1929 ; 2 c. and aff. each Jan. 18, Feb. 
7 ; A 7384-7389, 8432-8434 ; Art pub- 
lication soc, St. Louis. 116-124 

Back in my home town ; words and mu- 
sic by F. Hutchison. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E unp. 2894; Frank Hutchison, Big 
Creek, Va. 125 

Backe, backe kuchen; 2. kinderlieder- 
potpourri, von Carl Robrecht. of 
Germany ; klavier arr. von Otto Lin- 
demann, of Germany. © Oct. 8, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2064 ; 
Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, 
Germany. 126 

Badger legionnaire ; by George E. Ma- 
nupella ; band pts. 4to. © Jan. 5, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2983; 
Kenosha, Wisconsin, post no. 21, 
American legion, Kenosha, Wis. 127 

Baijian gal; words by Lionel O'Don- 
nell Licorish, music by Tosh Ham- 
med ; pf . © Dec. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
7; E pub. 2718; Harrison Godwin 
Smith and Tosh Hammed, New York. 

128 

Ballad (A) of trees and the Master; 
anthem for Good Friday, words by 
Sidney Lanier, music by George W. 
Chadwick ; mixed voices ; pf . or or- 
gan ace. 4to. © Dec. 24, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E pub. 2343; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 129 

Ballet (The) scene; by Mortimer Wil- 
son, op. 86. no. 4; pf. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E pub. 2251 ; Cen- 
tury music pub. co., New York. 130 

Balulalow ; words anon., music by 
Elizabeth Poston, of Great Britain; 
1st and 2d sop. 4to. © Dec. 19, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E for. 1989 ; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 131 

Banjo, banjo sing dein lied ; aus Wann 
und wo, text von Herman Haller, 
Willi Wolff und Rideamus, musik 
von Walter Kollo, of Germany, fur 
klavier erleichtert von Nico Dostal. 
© Aug. 31, 1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; 
E for. 1925; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H, Berlin. 132 

Barcarole; von Otto Fleischmann, of 
Germany, op. 76; 1st and 2nd vio- 
lins and pf. © Jan. 7, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 22 ; E for. 2357 ; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 133 

Basket (A) of prize kittens; by Morti- 
mer Wilson, op. 86, no. 3 ; pf . © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 



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2250 ; Century music pub. co., New 
York. 134 

Baskische hirtenknaben ; charakter- 
stiick, von Joan Fresco, of Nether- 
lands, op. 25 ; orch. pts., with violin 
1 direction and pf. direction. 4to. 
© Nov. 22, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
E for. 2295; Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin. 135 

Be merciful unto me; anthem, words 
from Psalm 57, music by Charles V. 
Stanford, of Great Britain; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Dec. 21, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E for. 2078 ; Stainer & Bell, 
ltd., London. 136 

Beau Brummel ; minuet, by Edward 
Elgar, of Great Britain ; pf . © Jan. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 5; E for. 2082; 
Elkin & co., ltd., London. 137 

Beautiful (The) Cumberland valley; 
words and music by S. Herron. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; E unp. 2759 ; Stanley 
Herron, Lancaster, Ky. 138 

Beautiful girl of my dreams; waltz 
song, words and music by W. H. 
O'Rourke. New York City, Frank 
Harding, music publisher. © Nov. 
28, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; E pub. 2704 ; 
Wilfred H. O'Rourke, Bellingham, 
Wash. 139 

Beautiful Ozark moonlight; words by 
Robert Lee Mitchell, music by Rob- 
ert Van Sickle. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
3148; Elbert Lee Mitchell, Drakes 
Creek, Ark. 140 

Beautiful rose from the golden West ; 
words by A. Morrison, music by N. 
Shannon. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3340; 
Alick Morrison and Noel Shannon, 
Chicago. 141 

Beautiful Willamette; words by I. 
Austen, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2813 ; Ida Austen, Kelso, Wash. 142 

Beauty parade ; words and music by 
Andrew Donnelly ; pf . and ukelele 
ace. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
E pub. 3113 ; Edward' B. Marks mu- 
sic co., New York. 143 

Because of this ; words by Margaret 
Dixon Thayer, music by Louis 
Drakeford [i. e. L. H. Drakeford], 
of Great Britain. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1929; E unp. 3302; Lewis Henry 
Drakeford, London. 144 



Because you put your arms around 
me; words and music by Jack Clash 
[i. e., J. E. Clash] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 2649; John Edward Clash, 
Chicago. 145 

Beers (Jacques) Trois chansons pour 
danser; textes des negres de l'Af- 
rique recueillis par Yvan Goll, mu- 
sique de Jacques Beers, of France.* 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2121 ; Heugel, Paris. 146 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Turkish 
march ; from The ruins of Athens, 
arr. by Clarence Dickinson and 
Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood ; or- 
gan duet. (Cover title: — March 
from Ruins of Athens) © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2219 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 147 

Beggin' for love; words and music by 
Spencer Williams. [Words and mel- 

• ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3087; Georgia music co., New 
York. 148 

Bei uns im hinterhaus; foxtrot, text 
von Charlie Amberg, musik von Nico 
Dostal, of Germany. © Oct. 5, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1947 ; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 149 

Bei uns um die gedachtniskirche rum ; 
foxtrott, aus der gleichnamigen re- 
vue, worte u. musik von Friedrich 
Holla ender, of Germany, erleichtert 
von Willy Geisler. © Dec. 24, 1927 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1952; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

150 

Bei'm kleinen Amanulla ; text von Al- 
fred Berg u. Siegwart Ehrlich, mu- 
sik von S. Ehrlich, of Germany. © 
June 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E 
for. 1905 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 151 

Beim Rolandseck am grunen Rhein ; 
fox trot, worte von Lissy Rossbach 
u. Siegwart Ehrlich, musik von Sieg- 
wart Ehrlich, of Germany. © July 
2, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1906 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 152 

Bell (The) boy ; fantastic dance, by 
Cuthbert Clarke, arr. for the cinema 
organ by Frank Newman, of Great 
Britain. © Nov. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1929; E for. 2305; Chappell & 
co., ltd., London. 153 



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Bella (Rudolf) Drei lieder; von Arno 
Holz and others, musik von Rudolf 
Bella, of Austria, op. 13. 1. Hinter 
bluhenden apfelbaumzweigen [2 
others] © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929; E for. 2273; Josef Wein- 
berger, Leipzig. 154 

■ Funf lieder ; von Gustav Schuler 

and others, musik von Rudolf Bella, 
of Austria, op. 7. 1. Die nacht 
kommt an. [4 others] © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2270 ; 
Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 155 

■ Zwei gedichte; von Karl Josef 

Pichler, musik von Rudolf Bella, of 
Austria, op. 11. 1. Traum in die 
feme. [1 other] © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 e. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2272 ; Josef 
Weinberger, Leipzig. 156 

• Zwei gedichte; von Rabindranath 

Tagore, musik von Rudolf Bella, of 
Austria, op. 9. 1. Es ist nicht mehr 
tag. [1 other] © Nov. 20, 1928; L 
c. Jan. 11, 1929; E for. 2271; Josef 
Weinberger, Leipzig. 157 

Bella bambina ; canzone fox-trot, di 
Franz Barbi, of Italy; piccola orch. 
pts. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9; E for. 1848; A. & G. Carisch & 
c, Milan. 158 

Bella bambina ; fox trot, versi di Gug- 
lielmo Giannini, musica di Franz 
Barbi, of Italy ; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1856; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 159 

Bellman-melodier ; arr. by Eric West- 
berg, of Sweden ; salon-orch. pts., 
with pf. direction. © Aug. 1, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1878 ; A. b. 
Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 160 

Bells are gaily ringing; Easter carol, 
words and music by T. Guy Lucas ; 
mixed voices. 4to. © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 9 ; E pub. 2454 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 161 

Bells of Honolulu; words and music 
by Harold Dixon and Irving Mills; 
pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by M. 
Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
14, 1929; E pub. 2656; Gotham mu- 
sic service, inc., New York. 162 

Bells over Jordan ; a spiritual, words 
by Daniel Cross, music by Bernard 
Hamblen; in A flat. © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2886 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

163 



Benatzky (Ralph) schlager; aus dem 
repertoir der Optimisten Unter den 
linden Berlin, text von Erich Wei- 
nert u. Ralph Benatzky, musik von 
R. Benatzky, of Austria ; pf. arr. by 
Otto Lindemann. Ich kenne ein an- 
dres Berlin. [3 others] © Feb. 10, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1891 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

164 

Bendemeer's stream; words by 
Thomas Moore, set to Irish folk 
tune, arr. by Gladys Pitcher. 4to. 
1. Sop., alto and bass. — 2. Sop. and 
alto. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. each 
Jan. 25; E pub. 2940, 2941; C. C. 
Birchard & co., Boston. ' 165, 166 

Benedicite omnia opera; by Leo Sow- 
erby ; mixed voices, organ ace. ; in 
D min. 4to. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 9 ; E pub. 2455 ; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 167 

Benedictus es Domine, in E flat; 4-pt. 
cho., music by N. Herbert Caley ; 
mixed voices ; organ ace. 4to. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
pub. 2838; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 168 

Berceuse; de Suite breve par Louis 
Aubert, pour petit orch. par Roger 
Branga, of France; pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2168; Du- 
rand et cie., Paris. 169 

Berceuse ; per violino e pf., di Onofrio 
Altavilla, of Italy. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 2076 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 170 

Berceuse; riduzione per orchestrina 
con pf. conduttore dell' autore Ono- 
frio Altavilla, of Italy, pts. 4to. 
© Dec. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 
1788 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 171 

Berceuse (La) ; poesie de Tournier, 
musique de M. Truillet-Soyer, of 
France. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929 ; E for. 2159 ; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 172 

Bergeronnette (La) ; poesie de Andre 
Theuriet, musique de M. Truillet- 
Soyer, of France. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2160; Du- 
rand et cie., Paris. 173 

Berners (Lord) Fugue; for orch., by 
Lord Berners, of Great Britain. Sc. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E for. 1803; J. & W. Chester, ltd., 
London. 174 



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Betsy : ouverture de l'operette, par 
G. Bonincontro, of France; orch. 
pts. with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Mar. 10, 1928 ; 1 c. Apr. 9 ; E 689531 ; 
Choudens, Paris. 175 

Better convention songs; our 1929 
book, for conventions, singing 
classes, Sunday schools, revivals, 
etc., ed. by H. C. Collins and L. L. 
Lovett. Tallahassee, Fla., Florida 
song-book co. 12mo. © Dec. 1, 
1928: 2 c. Dec. 22; aff. Dec. 21; 
A 2411 ; Luther L. Lovett, Tallahas- 
see, Fla. 176 

Bettina ; celebre canzone, versi di N. N., 
musica di Romeo Manoni, of Italy. 
© Oct. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 29 ; E for. 
1960; Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, 
Italy. 177 

Betty ; fox-trot, theme song of Syn- 
thetic sin, words by Harold Christy, 
music by Nathaniel Shilkret, arr. 
by Arthur Lange ; orch. pts. 4to. 
© Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 
3104; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

178 

Betty ; fox-trot, theme song of Syn- 
thetic sin, words by Harold Christy, 
music by Nathaniel Shilkret; pf. 
ace, with ukulele arr. by May Singhi 
Breen. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; 
E pub. 2346; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 179 

Betty-Lou; waltz, words by Claire 
Lawton, music by C. van Geldern. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2525; 
Charlotte van Geldern, New Orleans. 

180 

Bickford's harmony chord system for 
tenor banjo or tenor guitar ; by Zarh 
Myron Bickforcl. © Feb. 8, 1929; 
2 c. and aff. Feb. 12; AA 8704; 
Chart music pub. house, inc., Chi- 
cago. 181 

Biddy O'Brien; lyrics by Ken O'Brien 
[i. e. K. B. O'Brien], music by A. 
M. Wethe. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929: 
E unp. 3252 ; Al M. Wethe and Ken- 
neth B. O'Brien, Minneapolis. 182 

Billie ; fox trot, from Billie, by George 
M. Cohan, arr. by Frank Skinner; 
dance orch. pts., with words. 4to. 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E pub. 
2722 ; M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

183 

Billy; versi di Luciano Ramo, musica 
di Giuseppe Pietri, of Italy; pf. © 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; E for. 
1850 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

184 



Bird (The) and the squirrel; 3-pt. 
song, words by Henry Briscoe, mu- 
sic by Mary Helen Brown ; sop., alto 
and bar. 4to. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3120; R. L. Hunt- 
zinger, inc., New York. 185 

Bit (A), a saddle, and a horse; words 
by Bruce Sievier, music by Douglas 
Brownsmith [pseud, of Douglas Hol- 
loway], of Great Britain. © Dec. 
6, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 31; E for. 1985; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London. 186 

Bitte, sag' nicht knif zu mir ; aus 
Schon und schick, worte von Mar- 
cellus Schiffer, musik von Paul 
Strasser, of Germany. © Oct. 23, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1940 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

187 

Black cat blues; words and music by 
Hattie Burleson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
unp. 2533 ; Brunswick Balke Collen- 
der co., New York. 188 

Black Hills (The) suite; by J. A. 
Dvorak, op. 112; [pf. conductor pt.] 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2554; 
Joseph Anton Dvorak, Tabor, S. D. 

189 

Black key kapers ; by Silvio De Ri- 
enzo, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann; 
pf. © Jan. 7, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 9; 
E pub. 2450 ; Alfred & co., New 
York. 190 

Blau veilchen ; mazurka caprice, von 
Richard Eilenberg, of Germany, op. 
22, fur salon-orch. von L. Zeitl- 
berger, of Germany; pts., with har- 
monium. 4to. © Oct. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929; E for. 2257; Riihle 
& Wendling, Leipzig. 191 

Bless the Lord, O my soul; music by 
Ippolitof-Ivanof, arr. by Lucy Clark 
Street ; women's voices, organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; 
E pub. 2206; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 192 

Blessed be God; anthem, words from 
the Apocrypha, music by A. For- 
syth ; mixed voices ; organ ace. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2742; Al- 
exander Forsyth, Reno, Nev. 193 

Blessed is every one ; anthem, words, 
biblical adaptation, music by H. P. 
Hokins, op. 112; mixed voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 
2820; Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
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Blessed is He that cometh ; words! 
from the Scriptures, music by John 
N. Brown ; mixed voices in unison. 
4to. © Jan. 19, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 23; 
E pub. 2863; Brown bros., Winsted, 
Conn. 195 

Blev (Der) saa stille ; Dansk tekst: 
Henry Carlsen, musik : Alexander 
Yrneh, of Denmark ; pf . © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 1 c Jan. 12, 1929 ; E for. 2209 ; 
Wilhelm Hansen, Copenhagen. 196 

Bloody fingers; words and music by 
M. Lasco. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 
2953; Morris Lasco, Chicago. 197 

Blow snow blow ; words and music by 
H. T. Wright. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2799; Harold Taft 
Wright, Westwood, N. J. 198 

Blow the blues away; from Boom- 
boom, lyric by Mann Holiner and J. 
Keirn Brennan, music by Werner 
Janssen. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16 ; E pub. 2729 ; Shubert music pub. 
corp., New York. 199 

Blowing bubbles; by Matilee Loeb- 
Preston; pf. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2792; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 200 

Blue bells are chiming you back to me ; 
words by M. E: Hewitt, music by 
Robert Van Sickle. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 2788; Mamie Ellen Hewitt, 
Concordia, Mo. 201 

Blue chords ; words by Joseph Bon- 
brest, music by Michael Fera and 
Parley W. Eaton. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; E unp. 2625; Parley Warner 
Miller Eaton, Washington. 202 

Blue Danube; by Johann Strauss, op. 
314, transcribed by Edwin H. Le- 
mare ; organ. © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2388; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 203 

Blue little you ; words and music by 
Jack Palmer and Irving Mills; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E pub. 2733; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 204 

Blue moon ; fox-trot, written by Mary 
Delaney, music by Harris Weston, 
of Great Britain ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 17, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1929; E fur. 2371; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd., London. 205 



Blue waters ; lyric by Ned Washing- 
ton, music by Nathaniel Shilkret 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 7, 1929 
2 c. Jan. 9 ; E pub. 2461 ; Forster 
music publisher, inc., Chicago. 206 

Blue weather ; words and music by 
Charlie Follansbee [i. e., C. L. Fol- 
lansbee] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E 
unp. 2672; Charles Lambert Follans- 
bee, Washington. 207 

Bluebird (A) flew out of my window; 
words and music by R. B. Smith. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2802; 
Richard B. Smith, Chattanooga. 

208- 

Bluebottle (The) ; a little study, by 
Gordon Jacob, of Great Britain ; pf . 
© Jan. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; E for. 
2285 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 

209 

Blues album ; by Tony Lowry, of Great 
Britain ; pf . 1. Sunday morning 
blues. [3 others] © Dec. 12, 1928 ;: 
1 c. Dec. 21; E for. 1781; Harms, 
inc., New York. 210 

Blues (II) dello tzigano ; riduzione- 
per orchestrina con pf. conduttore 
deH'autore, Luigi Sansoni, of Italy, 
pts. 4to. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 
28; E for. 1992; G. Ricordi & co. T 
Milan. 211 

Bluse[ !] of choice; words and musie 
by T. E. Dawkins, of Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York. © 1 c. Oct. 
9, 1928; E unp. 3234; Thomas E. 
Dawkins, New York. 212 

Bobolink (The) and the chickadee; 
words from St. Nicholas, music by 
Vito Carnevali, of Italy, domiciled 
at New York; high voice. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E pub. 
2192; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

213 

Bogalusa strutt ; by S. Morgan ; cornet 
in B flat. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2836; Sam Morgan, New Or- 
leans. 214 

Bogey (The) man is here; words and 
music by Eddie Leonard and Jack 
Stern. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3121; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 215 

Bombardes et binious ; pastels bretons 
en suite de danses, par Georges 
Razigade, of France; pf. 1. Entree 
en forme de danse. [5 others] © 
Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E 
for. 2103; Georges Razigade, Bor- 
deaux, France. 216 



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Bona pasca a tuttuquante; versi di F. 
Amodio, miisica di Remo D'Alba. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3091; Frank 
Amodio, Brooklyn. 217 

Bonnie heilen' [ '.] Maggie ; written and 
composed by Sandy MacFarlane 
[pseud, of T. M. MacFarlane] © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; E pub. 
2724; Thomas M. MacFarlane, 
Boston. 218 

Book (A), a light and a bed; words 
and music by F. J. Lynch. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1929: E unp. 3046; Frank Joseph 
Lynch, New York. 219 

Boosey's song & tune sheets no. 20; 
arr. by Sydney Herbert, of Great 
Britain ; brass band and orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. They all 
love Jack. [2 others.] © Dec. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 : E for. 2206 ; 
Boosey & co., ltd., London. 220 

Bprresen (Hakon) Tre sange ; Dansk 
tekst: Henrik Pontoppidan and 
others, music by H. B0rresen, of 
Denmark, op. 24. 1. Jul. [2 others.] 
© Dec. 29, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E for. 2210 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 221 

Bostwick (Julia Bernadette) Six 
sketches for the piano ; in a minor 
mood, op. 27. Prelude. [5 others.] 
© Nov. 23, 1928 ; 1 c. Nov. 23 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2292 ; Frederick 
Harris co., London. 222 

Bournonville (Armand) Quarante 
lecons de solfege ; par A. Bournon- 
ville, of France. l er v. 8vo. 1. 
Edition a changements de cles sur 
cles de sol, de fa 4 e ligne et ut l re 
ligne. — 2. Edition a changements de 
cles sur toutes les cles. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 
2130, 2131; Henry Lemoine et cie.. 
Paris. 223, 224 

Quarante lecons de solfege ; par 

A. Bournonville, of France." 2 me v. 
8vo. 1. Edition a changements de 
cles sur cles de sol, de fa 4 e ligne 
et ut l re ligne. — 2. Edition a change- 
ments de cles sur toutes les cles. — 
3. A changements de cles sur cles de 
sol, et fa 4 e ligne. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. each Jan. 9. 1929; E for. 2L32- 
2134 : Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris. 

225-227 

250 dictees nmsicales : progres- 
sives, par A. Bournonville, of France. 



Svo. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929 ; E for. 2136 ; Henry Lemoine et 
cie., Paris. 228 

Bow-wow : words and music by H. L. 
Schreiner. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 2979; Henry L. Schreiner, 
Chicago. 229 

Boy scouts march ; words and music 
by Rudolf Kvelve, op. 1, no. 3; for 
violin, or 2 violins with pf. © Jan. 
12, 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 16 ; E pub. 2705 ; 
Fred Heltman co., Cleveland. 230 

Boyhood memories ; words and music 
by J. M. Day. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2946; John M. Day, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 231 

Boys at play ; by Mildred Adair, select- 
ed, ed., annotated and fingered by 
John M. Williams; pf. © Dec. 24, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2620; 
Boston music co., Boston. 232 

Boy's own book of pianoforte pieces ; 
compiled by William M. Felton. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 4; 
AA 6196; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 233 

Brahms (Johannes) Chorus of homage 
(Tafellied) ; words by Joseph von 
Eichendorff, English version by 
Miriam Chase, of U. S., music by J. 
Brahms, op. 93 b , ed. by H. Clough- 
Leighter ; mixed voices. 4to. © 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; E pub. 
2995; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 234 

Hungarian dance ; arr. by Paul 

Zilcher, of Germany ; pf. 6 hands, 
no. 1, in F. — no. 2, in G min. — no. 
3. in D. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 4, 1929: E pub. 2535, 2536, 
2538; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 235-237 

Hungarian dance, no. 5; arr. by 

Frank R. Keedy : organ. © June 
24, 1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1928 ; E pub. 
2698: H. W. Gray co., New York. 

238 

Ungarische tiinze ; arr. von Leo- 
pold Weninger, of Austria ; orch., 
mit pf. o. organ direction u. violino 
1 direction. 1. no. 5 & 6. — 2. no. 1 & 
2. © Dec. 3. 1928: 1 c. each Dec. 
29: E for. 1761, 1762; D. Rahter, 
Leipzig. 239, 240 

The watchful lover ; transcription 

arr. by Douglas Macdonald Stewart, 
of Great Britain ; violin and pf. © 
Nov. 27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
for. 1977 ; Schott & co., ltd., London. 

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Brass buttons ; by C. Repper ; pf. 
Boston, Charles Brashear. © Dec. 
19, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E pub. 
2438 ; Charles Repper, Boston. 242 

Brave (The) little soldier ; by Daniel 
Wolf; pf. © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 3002; Harold 
Flammer, inc., New York. 243 

Breaking (The) of the California 
dam ; words and music by S. Herron 
and A. Ray. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
2758; Stanley Herron and Alton 
Ray, Lancaster, Ky. 244 

Breitenbush (The) ; march, by Guido 
Deiro ; accordion. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E pub. 2599; 
Biagio R. Quattrocioeche, Steuben- 
ville, O. 245 

Bridal (A) party on the Hardanger ; 
words tr. by R. B. Anderson, music 
by H. Kjerulf, arr. by Morten J. 
Luvaas ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 4to. © 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 
2937; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

246 

Bride (The) of Dionysus ; music 
drama in 3 acts, poem by Robert 
Calverley Trevelyan, set to music by 
D. F. Tovey, of Great Britain. Voc. 
sc. London, Schott & co., ltd. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; E for. 
1800; Donald Francis Tovey, Edin- 
burgh, England. 247 

Bring back my boy ; words anon., arr. 
by J. L. Moore, music by J. L. Moore. 
4to. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
E pub. 2783; Judson L. Moore, 
Bethlehem, Ga. 248 

Broken butterfly ; lyric by David Hal- 
pern, music by Burt Levy. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1929; E unp. 2885; Remick music 
corp., New York. 249 

Broken dreams ; words and music by 
A. E. Morris. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2664; Alice Evelyn Morris, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 250 

Broken dreams ; words and music by 
I. V. Irving. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3288; 
Inez Valentine Irving, Algiers, La. 

251 

Broken hearted lover ; words by H. 
Molisee, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3206 ; Howard 
Molisee, Beaverdale, Pa. 252 



Broken hearted pal ; words by Beatrice 
Kelly and Pat Baffa [i. e. Patrick 
Baft'a], music by Frank and P. Baffa. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 2855; 
Patrick Baffa, Jersey City. 253 

Broken levee blues ; words and music 
by L. Johnson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 
2898 ; Lonnie Johnson, Jackson 
Heights, L. L, N. Y. 254 

Broken wings; words and music by 
H. S. Schwartz; in G. [W T ords and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2756 ; Harry S. Schwartz, New 
York. 255 

Brook (The); by Ella Ketterer ; pf. 
with words. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2384; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 256 

Brooklyn Elks march ; words by Wal- 
ter C. J. Magee, music by M. E. 
Magee. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 
3060; May E. Magee, Amityville, 
N. Y. 257 

Brown (J. Hullah) Twenty-one first 
position melodic violin studies in 
bowing, rhythm, phrasing, and melo- 
dic expression ; by J. H. Brown, of 
Great Britain, op. 12, Berners ed. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; E for. 
2326 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 

258 

B'twixt — b'tween ; jazz-classic, by Joe 
Wolf ; pf . © Dec. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929; E pub. 2390; Wolf music 
studio, New Orleans. 259 

Bublike, will you buy rolls; by S. 
Corona and M. Sokolskaya, both of 
Russia, domiciled at New York City ; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 
2553 ; Sandro Corona and Myra 
Sokolskaya, New York. 260 

Budinera (La) ; tango criollo, di Angel 
G. Villoldo, riduzione per orchestrina 
con pf. conduttore di Ilium inato Cu- 
lotta, of Italy, pts. 4to. © Dec. 
27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 1786 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 261 

Bud's Strad violin ; words by Martha 
K. Parr and George T. Parr, music 
by Martha K. Parr ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. St. Paul, Minn., Martha K. 
Parr. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929 ; E pub. 2391 ; Martha Parr. 
St. Paul. 262 

Buffalo Bill ; words and music by J. 
King. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2893: 
Justin Ring, New York. 263 



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Bumblebee (The) ; by Anna Priscilla 
Risher : violin and pf . © Dec. 14, 
1928: 2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2353; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

264 

Bump ta-da-da, ump ta-da-da, it's so 
easy to play ; lyrics and music by 
W. H. Schoening. [Photostat] © 

1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E imp. 2600 ; Wil- 
liam H. Schoening, Chicago. 265 

Burn me with your eyes ; one-step 
song, by W. Moreno, of Mexico, dom- 
iciled at New York ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1929 ; E unp. 3242: Wenceslao 
Moreno, New York. 266 

But — how did de goats get in? words 
and music by Herbert Buff um. © 
Oct. 10. 1927; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1928; E 
pub. 2329 ; Anna Marie Anderson, 
Topeka, Kan. 267 

Buttercup; by Walter Rolfe; pf. © 
Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 
2877 ; Evans music co., Boston. 268 

Button up your overcoat ; from Fol- 
low thru, words and music by B. G. 
De Sylva [pseud, of George Gard 
De Sylva], Lew Brown and Ray 
Henderson ; pf . ace. with ukulele arr. 
by Joseph M. Weiss. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2063 ; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., New 
York. 269 

By, by, baby, baby by by ; words and 
music by Hattie Burleson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1929 ; E unp. 2534 ; Brunswick Balke 
Collender co., New York. 270 

By the blue Bendemeer ; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by S. C. Laney. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3281; 
Sue Caldwell Laney, Los Angeles. 

271 

By the fountains ; by Mortimer Wil- 
son, op. 86, no. 5; pf. © Jan. 2, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 4: E pub. 2252; Cen- 
tury music pub. co., New York. 272 

By the light of Dixie's moon ; words 
by H. A. Smith, music by Lee 
Turner. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
24; E pub. 2913; Harvey A. Smith, 
Criders, Va. 273 

By the little babbling brook; words 
and music by E. S. Bennett, arr. by 
C. Adelaide Slatter. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2302; Edith 
Slatter Bennett, Dayton, Ky. 274 

By the silver waves ; by M. Abramo- 
witz; violin. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1928; 



E unp. 2267; Morris Abramowitz, 
Brooklyn. 275 

Cabin (The) by the shore; words by 
E. Crouch, music by Luther A. Clark. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2779; Estelle 
Crouch, Drumright, Okl. 276 

Cabin (A) on the bayou; 3-pt. song, 
words by Creole Thomas, music by 
Mary Helen Brown; sop., alto and 
bar. 4to. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3121; R. L. Hunt- 
zinger, inc., New York. 277 

Cafe de Roma ; polka por I. M. Valle : 
pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929 ; E unp. 2711 ; Ignacio M. Valle, 
Chicago. 278 

Cafeteria jangle ; by Jules Buffano ; 
pf. © Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
E pub. 2554; Bobbins music corp.. 
New York. 279 

California ; pageant, words by Sister 
Anthony [i. e. Sara Alice Quinlan], 
music by Rosalie Balmer Smith Cale. 
Vocal sc. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E 
unp. 2684 ; College Notre Dame, Bel- 
mont, Calif. 280 

California I'm here, and how; words 
and music by A. M. Brown. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1928 ; E unp. 3098 ; Aaron M. Brown, 
Palo Alto, Calif. 281 

California mama ; words and melody 
by N. C. Wilson, music arr. by 
Agatha Turner. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1928 ; E unp. 1733 ; Nellie Cole Wil- 
son, St. Helena, Calif. 282 

California, O how I love you! words 
and music by S. W. Hollo well. © 

1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 2617 ; Stella 
Watts Hollowell, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 283 

Call (The) of the freaks; by L. Rus- 
sell and Paul Barbarin ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3292; Luis 
Russell, New York. 284 

Call to arms ; marche militaire, by 
C. W. Kern; pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 15 ; E unp. 2367 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 285 

Calling ; lyric and music by J. D. 
Marks. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; E unp. 3128; John David 
Marks, New York. 286 

Calling you, sweetheart; words and 
music by S. H. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929; E unp. 2701; Sidney 
Herbert Smith, Dallas. 287 



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Canadian aviation hymn; words by 
J. F. Tupper, music by Luther A. 
Clark. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2793; 
Joseph Freeman Tupper, Toronto, 
.Canada. 288 

Cancion de Nena (Nena's song) ; bal- 
lad, Spanish words and music by W. 
Moreno, of Mexico, domiciled at New 
York, English words by Frank 
Heany. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 
3243 ; Wenceslao Moreno, New York. 

289 

Cancion (La) del olvido ; Spanish 
song, by J. Serrano, transcribed by 
Louis Persinger ; violin and pf . © 
Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E 
pub. 2498 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 290 

Cancion ingenua ; tonadilla, poesia de 
Justino Ochoa, musica de Federico 
Longas, of Spain. © Jan. 7, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 9; E pub. 2462; Forster 
music publisher, inc., Chicago. 291 

Candy sticks ; by Jack Shilkret ; pf . 
© Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E pub. 2637; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 292 

Canfield's (Ray) melody uke album 
no. 1 ; containing standard and clas- 
sical favorites arr. for the ukulele, 
also a complete course of instruc- 
tions, by Ray Canfield. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3071; 
Spier & Coslow, inc., New York. 293 

Canoe song; words and music by 
Franklin Bradley; male quartet. 
4to. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; 
E pub. 2897 ; Gamble hinged music 
co., Chicago. 294 

Canto (II) dell' usignuolo ; mazurka, 
di Giuseppe Ferraro, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York, N. Y. ; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E unp. 2593 ; Gio- 
vanbattista Rizzi, Brooklyn. 295 

Canto di pescatore ; versi di Ermanno 
Bersani, musica di Gianni Flores, of 
Italy. © Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
28; E for. 1793; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 296 

Canto patetico ; andante religiose von 
Christian Sinding, of Norway, op. 
106, nr. 3, orch.-ariangement von 
Bruno Gellert, of Germany; pts., 
with violin 1 direction and pf. di- 
rection. 4to. © Nov. 23, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; E for. 2299 ; Ed. Bote 
& G. Bock, Berlin. 297 



Cantus-firmus-praeludien ; eine samm- 
lung von 307 grosseren vorspielen zu 
174 ehoralen der evangelischen 
kirche, fur die orgel, mit verwendung 
der ganzen choralmelodie, hrsg. von 
F.. W. Franke u. K. Sandman, of 
Germany, bd. 2. obi. 4to. © Dec. 
15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 11 ; E for. 1510 ; 
B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

298 

Capriccietto ; by Ernest Reeves, of 
Great Britain ; pf., in G. © Jan. 18, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 29; E for. 2360; 
Walsh, Holmes & co., ltd., London. 

299 

Capriccio f antastique ; by Gustav Meh- 
ner; organ. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2226 ; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 300 

Caprice de concert; pour violon avee 
ace. de pf. par Ovide Musin, op. 6. 
New & rev. 1927 ed. (Cover-title:— 
l er caprice de concert) © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 2580 ; 
Edward Schuberth & co., inc., New 
York. 301 

Capriol ; suite, based on tunes from Ar- 
beau's Orchesographie, by Peter 
Warlock [pseud, of P. Heseltine], of 
Great Britain ; full orch. Sc. 1. 
Basse-danse. [5 others] London, 
J. Curwen & sons, ltd. © Dec. 15, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 12; E for. 1758; 
Philip Heseltine, Eynsford, Kent, 
England. 302 

Captivation ; waltz, by G. N. Benson, 
transcribed by Rob Roy Peery ; vio- 
lin and pf. © Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 3026; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 303 

Captive memories ; suite for pf., by 
Ethelbert Nevin, op. 29, arr. by 
Charles G. Spross. 1. Aready. [4 
others] © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
23; E pub. 2993; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 304 

Caressing you; words and music by 
Ray Klages, Mickie Alport and Ber- 
nardo Fazioli ; pf . and ukulele ace. 
© Dec. 17, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2643 ; Forster music publish- 
er, inc., Chicago. 305 

Carezze; melodia, di Vittorio Masche- 
roni, of Italy ; piccola orch. pts. © 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; E for. 1863 ; 
A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 306 

Carmencita open your window ; words 
and music by E. M. Joseph, of Swit- 
zerland, domiciled at Oakland, Calif. 



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© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E imp. 2480; 
Eleanore M. Joseph. Oakland, Calif. 

307 

Carolina dust; words and music by W. 
M. Sims. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
imp. 3126; William McKinley Sims. 
Buffalo. 308 

Caroline of my dreams ; lyric by L. S. 
Costanzo, music by Don Mancini [i. 
e.. Domnick Mancini] ; in E flat. © 
1 c. Jan. 10. 1929 ; E unp. 2673 ; Louis 
S. Costanzo, Philadelphia. 309 

Carse (Adam) Four old nursery 
rhymes ; words and music tradition- 
al, arr. by Adam Carse, of Great 
Britain ; children's voices. 4to. 1. 
Two robin redbreasts. [3 others] 
© Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E 
for. 1972 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

310 

Casabianca ; 6/8 comedy one-step, 
words by Stanley J. Damerell and 
Robert Hargreaves, music by Tol- 
chard Evans, of Great Britain ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. [ Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 18, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 22 ; E for. 1769 ; Cecil Len- 
nox, ltd., London. 311 

Casket (The) of gold; words by J. 
Duplease. music by Pauline Britting. 
New York, Frank Harding. © Dec. 
28, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2152 ; James Duplease, Winchendon. 
Mass. 312 

Castanets ; Spanish dance, by Louise 
Christine Rebe, selected, ed.. anno- 
tated and fingered by John M. Wil- 
liams : pf . © Jan. 23. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
25 : E pub. 2925 ; Boston music co.. 
Boston. 313 

Caste] nuovo-Tedesco (Mario) Three 
sennets from the Portuguese; poems 
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, mu- 
>ic by M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco, of 
Italy. 1. The sweet, sad years. [2 
others] © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
3. 1929: E for. 1802; J. & W. Ches- 
ter, ltd., London. 314 

Cataiogna : Spanish one-step, riduzione 
per orchestrina con pf. conduttore 
deir autore. Luigi Sansoni, of Italy. 
4to. © Dec. 27. 1928; 1 c. pec. 28; 
E for. 2075 : G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

315 

Car's (The) me-ow ; words and music 
by Agnes Jane Carlton. © 1 c. Jan. 
21. 1929: E unp. 2972; Agnes Jane 
Herr Carlton. Ethan. S. D. 316 



Celos (Los) ; vals canci6n, arr. de I. 
M. Valle, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Chicago: [two voices] [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2715; 
Ignacio M. Valle, Chicago. 317 

Chagrin cl' amour ; lamento, par Er- 
nest Gillet, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 
192S ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2094 ; 
Delrieu freres, Nice, France. 318 

Chanson (La) du moulin ; poeme pour 
petit orch., de Sylvio Lazzari, of 
France : pf ., 4 hands. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2139 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris. 319 

Chanson (La) du moulin; pour orch. 
moyen, par Sylvio Lazzari, of 
France. 4to. 1. Partition d'orch. — 

2, Parties separees. © Nov. 20, 
1928; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 
2137, 2138; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 320, 321 

Chanson et ronde ; de Le bon roi Da- 
gobert, comedie musicale en quatre 
actes de Marcel Samuel-Rousseau r 
transcription de H. Mouton, of Bel- 
gium ; orch. pts., with pf . conductor. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2128; Heugel, Paris. 322 

Chansonnette ; chanson d'amour, by 
Eric Mareo, of Great Britain : violin 
and pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
5; E for. 2083; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 323 

Chappell's cinema library; composed 
and arr. by Max Irwin, of Great 
Britain ; orch. pts. Supplement no. 

3. 4to. no. 13. Pell mell. [5 oth- 
ers] © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1929: E for. 2342; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. 324 

Characteristic staccato studies : by 
Frances Terry ; pf . © Jan. 16. 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 3061; Clayton 
F. Suminy co., Chicago. 325 

Charming eyes ; words and music by 
Buddy Valentine [pseud, of Joseph 
Taccati] and Irving Mills; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31. 1928: 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929: E pub. 2734; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 326 

Chavela (La) ; cancion para canto y 
piano, de S. R. Ramos, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929: E unp. 2667; 
Silvano R. Ramos. Chicago. 327 



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Chazonim of probe ; words and music 
by S. Secunda. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928; E unp. 
2562; Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 

328 

Cheer giver's club song ; words and 
music by E. Herman. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 3085 ; Essie Herman, New 
York. 329 

Cheer up and smile ; words and music 
by H. C. Schachern. [Words and 

melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 2580; Helen C. Schachern. 
New York. 330 

Cheer up old pal and smile; words 
and music by W T . W. Miller. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E unp. 2654; William Wesley 
Miller, Englewoocl, N. J. 331 

Cherubic (The) hymn; words from 
the Russian liturgy, tr. by C. W. 
Douglas, music by Gretchaninoff, 
arr. by Lucy Clark Street; women's 
voices, organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2209; H 
W. Gray co., New York. 332 

Cherubim song ; words from the Rus- 
sian liturgy, music by Bortniansky, 
arr. by Albert Ham, arr. for wom- 
en's voices by Lucy Clark Street; 
organ ace. ad lib. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2208 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 333 

Cheveux (Les) ; poesie de Jean Aicard, 
musique de Jules Deveux, of France. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2119; Heugel, Paris. 334 

Chi mangia a Natale e pava a Pasca ; 
versi di F. Amodio, musica di Remo 
D' Alba. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3092; 
Frank Amodio, Brooklyn. 335 

Child of the East; words and music 
by A. M. K. Jacobsen, of Norway, 
domiciled at Seattle. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929 ; E imp. 2490 ; Annar Munthe 
Kaas Jacobsen, Seattle. 336 

Child's (A) garden of song; [com- 
piled] by Edith Lovell Thomas and 
E. Hershey Sneath. Grades 3-4. 
4to. 1. Teacher's ed. — 2. [Children's 
ed.] © Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. and aff. 
Jan. 12; A 2786, 2787; Century co., 
New York. 337, 338 

China del Alma ; letra y musica de S. 
Gonzalez, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Chicago ; 2 voices. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1929 ; E unp. 3310 ; Salome Gonzalez, 
Chicago. 339 



Chinita antillana ; vals caprichoso, 
letra y musica por O. Miras, of 
Spain. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 
2927; Orencio Miras. New York. 

340 

Chirurgie; opera-bouffe en un acte de 
Denis Roche et Andr^-G. Block, 
d'apres Antone Tchekhov, musique 
de P. O. Ferroud, of France ; orch. 
sc. [French and German text] © 
Nov. 20. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1929; 
E for. 2173 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

341 

Chirurgie ; opera-bouffe en un acte, de 
Denis Roche et Andre-G. Block, 
d'apr§s Antone Tchekhov, musique de 
P. O. Ferroud, of France; voice and 
pf. [French and German text] © 
Nov. 15. 1928; 1 c. Dec. 19; D for. 
27425; Durand et cie., Paris. 342 

Choca esos cinco ; tango, letra y mu- 
sica de J. Bohr, of Germany; pf. 
Havana. Lecuona music co. © Jan. 
10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 16 ; E for. 2040; 
Jose Bohr, New York. 343 

Choclo (El) ; tango, composed by A. 
G. Villoldo, arr. by Joseph Nuss- 
baum: orch. pts. © Jan. 22, 1929: 
2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2902; Edward 
B. Marks music co., New York. 344 

Choeur de fete; by Gatty Sellars, of 
Great Britain ; organ. © Dec. 28, 
1928: 1 c. Dec. 26; E for. 1779; W. 
Paxton & co., ltd., London. 345 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Etude; 
op. 25, no. 2, transcribed for 2 pfs., 
4 hands by Edouard Hesselberg : in 
F min. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
30 ; E pub. 3079 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 346 

— Polonaise brillante ; by Frederic 
• Chopin, op. 3, ed. and violoncello pt. 
arr. by Joseph Adamowski, of Po- 
land, domiciled at Boston ; violon- 
cello and pf. Copyright is based 
upon new matter by Joseph Adam- 
owski, namely, his arrangement of 
violoncello pt. and his interpretation 
represented in the legible notation 
thereof contained in the copies filed. 
© Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E pub. 2851 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 347 

Valse ; op. 34, no. 3. transcribed 

by Louis Persinger; violin and pf. 
© Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2500; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 348 



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Choral prelude on Gibbons' Song 67: 
by Mark Pasteur, of Great Britain : 
organ. © Dec. 21, 1928: 1 c. Dec. 
31 : E for. 2079 : Stainer & Bell. ltd.. 
London. 349 

Choral (The) service: set forth by 
The joint commission on church mu- 
sic, ed. by Wallace Goodrich ; choir 
and congregational ed. Svo. New 
York. H. W. Gray co. © Oct. 2. 
192S ; 1 c. Oct. 3 ; E pub. 3052 : Joint 
commission on chiirch music. Boston. 

350 

Choros. no. S : pour orch., by H. Villa- 
Lobos, of Brazil. Sc. © Nov. 15. 

1928 : 1 c. Dec. 19 ; E for. 1S2S ; Edi- 
tions Max Eschig. Paris. 351 

Christ for the world : hymn, words and 
music by R. Harkness, of Australia, 
domiciled at South Pasadena. © 
Nov. 1. 192^: 2 c. Jan. 5. 1929: E 
pub. 2277 ; Robert Harkness. South 
Pasadena. Calif. 352 

Christ is born : hymn, words by Jessie 
F. Moser, music by H. G. Tovey ; 
quartette choir. © Nov. 1. 192S : 
2 c. Jan. 14. 1929 ; E pub. 2647 ; Her- 
bert G. Tovey. Los Angeles. 353 

Christ triumphant ; Easter recessional, 
two or four-part cho.. words by Lil- 
lian Hendrix Clark, music by 
Stephen A. Erst. 4to. © Jan. 19. 
1929 : 2 c. Jan. 24 : E pub. 2903 : Wm. 
E. Ashmall & co., Boston. 354 

Christgloekchen ; tonstiick mit benut- 
zung des Weiknachtsliedes. Slisser 
die glocken nie klingen. von Elise 
Zernikow. op. 55. bearb. von Her- 
mann Wenzel, of Germany: pf. © 
Oct. 12. 192S: 1 c. Jan. S. 1929: E 
for. 2050; Fr. Fortius, Leipzig. 355 

Christmas carol : words and music by 
Leon De Costa. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 14. 1929 : E unp. 
2797: Olive De Costa. New York. 

356 

Christmas carol : words by Frances 
Chesterton, music by Julius Runt- 
gen : mixed voices, with pf. or organ 
ace. 4to. © Dec. 27. 192S : 2 c. 
Jan. 17. 1929: E pub. 2770: Dean- 
Phillips. Chicago. 357 

Christmas echoes : descriptive Christ- 
mas fantasie. by E. Brooks, air. by 
Julius S. Seredy ; full orch. with pf. 
con. Xov. 20. 1928; 2 c. 

Jan. 10. 1929: E pub. 2490; Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York. 358 



Christmas greeting: words and music 
by Leon De Costa. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1929: E unp. 
2470: Olive De Costa. New York. 

359 

Christmas lullaby: poem by Marshall 
Howenstein. set to ancient carol by 
Kenneth R. Umfleet © Dec. 20, 
192s : 2 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 2473 : 
K. R. Umfleet. Greencastle. Ind. 

360 

Christmas (A) song: words by P. Ger- 
harut. music by Chas. H. Marsh : pf. 
© Xov. 1. 192S: 2 c. Jan. 14. 1929; 
E pub. 2645 : Herbert G. Tovey. Lus 
Angeles. 361 

Christmas suite : 6 pieces for pf .. by 
Ferdinand Meyer, of Germany, op. 

27. rev. by Alfred Moffat, of Great 
Britain. London. Alfred Lengnick 
& co.. ltd. 1. Christmas bellsT [5 
others.] © Oct. 23. 192S : 1 c. Xov. 

28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 14. 1929; E pub. 
261S: Arthur P. Schmidt co.. Bos- 
ton. 362 

i Christmas tide (.Weihnachten) ; words 
from hymns and Scriptures, music 
by A. L. Wendt : ladies' or children's 
voices. 4to. © Sept. 10. 192S : 1 c. 
Sept. 17. 192S. 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929 : E 
699562; Amandus L. Wendt. Chi- 
cago. 363 

Christmas ! what does it mean to you? 
words and music by Mrs. Thomas G. 
C:ynes [i. e. K. R. Clynes] © 1 c. 
Xov. 15. 192S : E unp. 3233 : Kather- 
ine Rosentreter Ciynes. Millington. 
X. J. 364 

Christus vincit ; motet for Easter, 
words from the liturgy of the Cath- 
olic church, music by Henri X'ibelle, 
of France ; two or four pt. cho. of 
mixed voices. 4to. © Jan. 19. 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 24: E pub. 2904; 
McLaughlin & Reilly co.. Boston. 

365 

Chuckles : caprice, by William M 
ton : pf . © Dec. 14. 192S : 2 c. Dec. 
15: E pub. 237S: Theodore Presser 
co.. Philadelphia. 366 

Chupamirto : danzon Mexicano. origi- 
nal de Jnsro Sierra Leniti. of Mex- 
ico ; pf . Mexico. Lniun popular de 
arte vernaculo. © Dec. 15. 192S : 1 c. 
Dec. 31 : E for. 1757 : Jose Luis In- 
urrera. Mexico. Mexico. 367 

Cinderella overture : by George Rosen- 
krans: orch. 4to. © Jan. 5. 1929: 
2 c. Jan. 5 ; B i 5 ; Karl L. 

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Ciprie e parrucche ; scena musicale per 
films cineinatografiche, riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore dell' 
autore Ettore Montanaro, of Italy, 
op. 121. pts. 4to. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 

1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 1784 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 369 

Circus (The) ; by Matilee Loeb-Pres- 
ton; pf. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
21; E pub. 2790; Schroeder & Gun- 
ther, inc., New York. 370 

Circus echoes ; galop, by A. W. Hughes ; 
band pts., with solo B flat cornet 
conductor. 4to. © Sept. 22, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2309; Charles L. 
Barnhouse, sr., Oskaloosa, la. 371 

•Cita (La) ; letra de J. Vega, musica 
de S. Gonzalez, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Chicago ; 2 voices. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1929 ; E unp. 3311 ; Salome Gonzalez, 
Chicago. 372 

City (The) of roses; melody adopted, 
words and music by A. D. Graham, 
arr. by Harker S. Perkins, Port- 
land, Oregon, J. K. Gill co. © June 
15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2141 ; 
Adelaide Dorothy Graham, Portland, 
Dreg. 373 

City (The) of wonderful love; hymn, 
words and music by O. A. Parris. © 
Sept. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; E pub, 
2604 ; James D. Vaughan, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. 374 

Clarke's (Herbert L.) setting up 
drills; or, Calisthenic exercises for 
the cornet, trumpet and baritone, 
also excellent for clarinet, by H. L. 
Clarke. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. and 
aff. Jan. 19; AA 6730; Herbert L. 
Clarke, Long Beach, Calif. 375 

Cleopatra; ouverture, di L. Manci- 
nelli, riduzione per orchestrina con 
pf. conduttore di A. De Cecco, of 
Italy. 4to. © Dec. 27. 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 28; E for. 2074; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 376 

Climbing roses ; by Mathilde Bilbro ; 
pf. Lawrence, Mass., Bay State mu- 
sic co. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929; E pub. 2161; Reginald K. 
Liversidge, Lawrence, Mass. 377 

Climbing up the bill, just like Jack 
and Jill; by Daniel Wolf; pf. © 
Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 
3004; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 378 

Clock (The) ; descriptive, by Ernest E. 
Welles; pf. © Nov. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2266; Walter 
Jacobs, inc., Boston. 379 



Cloister memories ; intermezzo, by 
Stuart Templeton, of Great Britain; 
pf. © Jan. 23, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; 
E for. 2331; Banks & son, York, 
England. 380 

Clouds like dream castles ; by Florence 
Newell Barbour; pf. © Jan. 17, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2867; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 381 

Cold wave blues ; words and music by 
Spencer Williams. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3088; Georgia music co., New 
York. 382 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin ; compiled and 
arr. by Antonio de Martino, of 
Italy. Series 86-90. 4to. © Sept. 
10, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 
1999-2003; Italian book co., New 
York. 383-387 

Columbia university band ; march, by 
George C. Flint ; full band. 4to. © 
Nov. 16, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E 
pub. 2489; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 388 

Columbine's lament; by John Thomp- 
son, op. 42, no. 2; pf. © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E pub. 2287 ; 
Willis music co., Cincinnati. 389 

Come back to me; words and music by 
Wendell Phillips [i. e. G. W. Phil- 
lips, jr.] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 2469; George Wendell Phillips, 
jr., Orlando, Fla. 390 

Come, be my jazzy sweetheart; fox- 
trot, words by C. M. Stairs, music 
bv Svlvester Long Cross, © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 2823; C. M. 
Stairs, Seattle. 391 

Come live with me, and be my love; 
four-part song, words by Christo- 
pher Marlowe, music by Frank Idle, 
of Great Britain ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; 
E for. 2328 ; Novelle & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 392 

Come on ; by K. L. Richards, op. 39 ; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 
3249 ; Katherine Louise Richards, 
New York. 393 

Come while Jesus pleads ; hymn, words 
and music by F. G. Staggs, © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3338; Fred 
Goble Staggs, Oolitic, Ind. 394 

Comes, at times, a stillness ; anthem, 
words by Gregory Smith, with addi- 
tional verse by C. H., music by 
Cuthbert Harris, of Great Britain; 



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mixed voices: organ ace. 4to. © 
Dec. 27, 192S; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
pub. 2537; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 395 

Commencement ball ; waltz, by G. E. 
Holmes: band pts. 4to. © Sept. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2311; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oskaloosa, 
la. 396 

Comparison; words by G. Paddock, 
music by T. E. Tudor. © 1 c. Jan. 

19. 1929 ; E unp. 2943 ; Gladys Pad- 
dock, Chicago. 397 

Con esos ejos ; cancion Mexicana, letra 
y musica de I. M. Valle, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 3072; 
Ignacio M. Yalle, Chicago. 398 

Consecration; words by Josephine M. 
Fabricant, music by S. Cardillo. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1929 ; E unp. 3024 ; Sal- 
vatore Cardillo, Brooklyn. 399 

Conservatory series for pupils and stu- 
dents of pianoforte; beginner's bk., 
by Oswald B. Wilson, v. 1. © Jan. 
28. 1929; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 7; AA 
9373 ; Bendix pub. co., Lincoln, Neb. 

400 

Considerin' ; song fox-trot, written and 
composed by John P. Long, of Great 
Britain; pf. and ukulele ace. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Nov. 
23, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E for. 
2180 ; Montgomery & co., London. 

401 

Constantinople ; paroles f rangaises de 
L. Lelievre, H. Varna et F. Rouvray, 
music by Harry Carlton, orch. by 
M. Gracey, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Nov. 

20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 
2096 ; Publications Lawrence Wright, 
s. a., Paris. 402 

C.O.N.S.T.A.N.T.I.N.O.P.L.E ; paroles 
franchises de Leo Lelievre, H. Varna 
et Rouvray, words and music by 
Harry Carlton, of Great Britain. © 
Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 19; E for. 
1818 ; Publications Lawrence W T right, 
s. a., Paris. 403 

Contented; words by Bob Schafer, 
music by Anthony Wayne and Irving- 
Mills ; pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2657; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 404 

Contrebandiers CLes) dans la mon- 
tagne ; par H. Ackermans, orch. par 
Mommaert, of Belgium ; pts. with 



pf. conductor. 4to. © Mar. 10, 
1928; 1 c. Apr. 9; E 689529; Chou- 
dens, Paris. 405 

Coq (Le) a chante; operette en trois 
actes, de Michel Carre, musique de 
Jean Rioux [pseud, of Gustave 
Roux-Martin]. of France; partition 
pf . et chant. © June 20, 1928 ; 1 c. 
July 12 ; D for. 27421 ; Editions Max 
Eschig et cie., Paris. 406 

Coro a Frescobaldi ; parole di Domen- 
ico Tumiati, musica di Vittore Ven- 
eziani, of Italy ; men's voices. 
(Cover title: — A Frescobaldi) © 
Oct. 20, 1928; 1 c. Oct. 29; E for. 
1961 ; Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, 
Italy. 407 

Could you care ; by Minzde and Victor 
Zentner. [Melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 2658; Anne 
Nichols, New York. 408 

Could you forgive me; waltz, lyric 
and music by Ted McAlsey, of Swe- 
den. [Mimeograph] © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E unp. 3342 ; Erik Ostrom, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 409 

Could you learn to care? ballade, 
words and melody by M. E. Stauf- 
fer, harmonized by Sara Newell. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 2842; 
Mildred Elsie Stauffer, Ventnor, 
N. J. 410 

Country (A) dance; by Thomas A. 
Johnson, of Great Britain ; pf. Lon- 
don, Rowland's. © Dec. 21, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E for. 1804; Sol- 
omon Rowland, London. 411 

Country girl blues ; words and music 
by Hattie Burleson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5. 1929; 
E unp. 2535; Brunswick Balke Col- 
lender co., New York. 412 

Coups cle roulis ; operette en 3 actes, 
de Albert Willemetz, d'apres le ro- 
man de Maurice Larrouy, musique 
de Andre Messager, of France. Par- 
tition pf . et chant. © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 19; D for. 27424; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 413 

Cradle of love; fox-trot, lyric by L. 
Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel 
Wayne, arr. by Arthur Lange ; orch. 
pts. 4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 3100; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 414 

Cradle song ; by Albert Von Doenhoff ; 
pf. © Dec. 24. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; E pub. 2848; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 415 



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Cradle song; by Miska Hauser, arr. 
by Albert Harvey; 1st and 2nd vio- 
lins with pf. ace. © Jan. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 16; E pub. 2707; Fred 
Heltman co., Cleveland. 416 

Cradle song; poem by S. M. Harring- 
ton, music by Frances Brockett Kel- 
logg ; high voice, in G flat. © Jan. 
23, 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2919 ; 
Boston music co., Boston. 417 

Cradled in dreams ; poem by Georges 
Champenois, English version by 
Cecil Cowdrey, music by Mme. Ohr- 
strom-Renard. 1. High. — 2. Low. © 
Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 30; 
E pub. 3074; R. L. Huntzinger, inc., 
New York. 418 

Creeping love; words by R. Knight, 
music by Sylvester Long Cross. © 

1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3256; 
Rexdale Knight, Eugene, Or. 419 

Creole belle ; words by George Sidney, 
music by J. Bodewalt Lampe. New 
arr. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; E pub. 2205; Remick music 
corp., New York. 420 

Crescent moon ; from Ned Wayburn's 
gambols, words by Morrie Ryskind, 
music by Walter G. Samuels ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 27, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 29; E pub. 2581; Harms, 
inc., New York. 421 

Croll (Helen K.) Two songs from 
The inaugural bawl; musical com- 
edy, words by Isabelle Farrington, 
music by H. K. Croll and Alice 
Byrnes. Army and Navy song. [1 
other] © Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. and aff . 
Feb. 9; AA 8623; Frederic Ernest 
Farrington, Chevy Chase, Md. 422 

Cromwell; rapsodie ouverture, pour 
orch., parties separees, avec pf. con- 
ducteur, par Trespaill£-B., of France. 
© Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; E for. 
1826; F. Moulin, Cannes, France. 

423 

Cryin' the blues; words and music by 
Jack Palmer and Irving Mills. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1929; 
E pub. 2894; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 424 

Cs6kos (Egy) nyari ej? . . .; Ilniczky 
Laszlo verse, Hubai Albert es Voros 
Feri, both of Hungary, zeneje. © 
Nov. 18, 1927; 1 c. Dec. 7, 1928; 
E for. 1363; Kalman Nador, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 425 

Cubanita ; tango cancion, letra de Gon- 
zalo Mazas, musica de J. Bohr, of 
Germany ; pf . © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. 



Jan. 16 ; E for. 2041 ; Jose Bohr, New 
York. 426 

Cuck-coo (The) clock; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer ; pf . © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 18; E pub. 3057; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 427 

Cunailand 'e sera ; versi e musica di 
G. Amato, of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3219; 
Gennaro Amato, Brooklyn. 428 

Cungittina 1' anfirmera ; Sicilian song, 
versi e musica di F. Ruggieri, of 
Italy, domiciled at Philadelphia ; 
mandolin or violin. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1929; E unp. 3125; Ferdinand Rug- 
gieri, Philadelphia. 429 

Cupid worked while we were playing ; 
words and music by W. W. Penrose. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2959; Walter 
W. Penrose, Hutchinson, Kan. 430 

Curly head; words by H. Rein- 
schreiber, music by Johnny Thomp- 
son and H. Reinschreiber. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1928; E unp. 2566; Henry Rein- 
schreiber, Philadelphia. 431 

Curso de harmonia ; conposto de Carlos 
Pedron, para os alumnos instrumen- 
tistas e cantores dos R. R. Conserva- 
tories de musica, illustragao aos 
cento e cincoenta baixos do mesmo 
auctor, traducgao de Samuel Ar- 
chanjo, of Portugal. 4to. © Jan. 
7, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 14; E for. 2352; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 432 

Custer's last fight ; words and music 
by J. Ring. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 
2921; Justin Ring, New York. 433 

Cutest (The) girl in town; words by 
Mac McShirley [i. e. F. M. McShir- 
ley], music by Vic Guebard [i. e. 
V. A. Guebard] ; pf. and ukulele ace. 
[Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3210; Victor Albertis Gue- 
bard, Ft. Wayne, Ind. and Frank 
Metzger McShirley, Oakville, Ind. 

434 

Cytheria ; von Eduard May, of Austria, 
arr. von. L. Ztitlberger, of Austria ; 
orch. pts., with violin 1 direction and 
pf. direction. 4to. © Dec. 3, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; E for. 2298 ; Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 435 

Da Roma a Parigi ; by L. Bevilacqua, 
of Italy, domiciled at Bridgeport, 
Conn. ; pf . © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1928 ; E 
unpub. 1999 ; Luigi Bevilacqua, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 436 



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458 



Daddy o'mine ; words by Frank Capano 
and Eddie Palmer, music by John 
Magaldi. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929: E 
imp. 2474 ; Gene Austin, inc., New 
York. 437 

Daddy 0' mine; words by Frank Ca- 
pano and Eddie Palmer, music by 
John Magaldi: pf. ace. with ukulele 
arr. by Mav Singhi Breen. © Jan. 
30. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E pub. 3117 ; 
Gene Austin, inc., New York. 438 

Daffodil : by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7. no. 9 : pf. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2951; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 439 

Daffodils : petit ballet, by Heinrich 
Gebhard ; pf. © Dec. 13, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 19, 1929; E pub, 2764; E. C. 
Schirmer music co., Boston. 440 

Daisy ; by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 1 ; pf. © Jan. 
21. 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2943 ; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 441 

Dallas blues ; slow fox-trot, by Hart 
A. Wand, Spencer Williams and 
Lloyd Garrett, arr. by Ken Macom- 
ber; orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2797; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 442 

Dame Souris ; poesie de Paul Verlaine, 
musique de M. Truillet-Soyer, of 
France. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929 ; E for. 2161 ; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 443 

Dance (The) ; words by Mrs. M. A. 
McDonald, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5. 1929; E unp. 2546; Sarah 
Love McDonald, Parma, Id. 444 

Dance (A) of Spain: by S. Wien- 
shienk; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3201 ; Sylvia Wienshienk, 
Kansas City, Mo. 445 

Dance of the demons ; Draga, incanta- 
tion and recitation from the Yodler, 
words by F. Zimmermann and 
Charles Lenoir, music by F. Zimmer- 
mann, of Switzerland, domiciled at 
Los Angeles, and W. F. Schiller, of 
U. S. ; pf. with words. © 1 c. Jan. 
2. 1929; E unp. 2466; Fritz Zim- 
mermann, Los Angeles. 446 

Dance of the marionettes ; from Holly- 
wood music box revue, lyrics and 
music by Carlton Kelsey, Lupino 
Lane and Val Burton. © Jan. 26, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3093; 
Harms, inc., New York. 447 



Dance of the midgets : rondo, by Fran- 
ces McCollin. bowing by Lucius Cole ; 
violin and pf. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 3016; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 448 

Dance of the reapers ; by Thomas A. 
Johnson, of Great Britain ; pf . Lon- 
don, Rowland's. © Dec. 19, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 2: E for. 1767; Solomon 
Rowland, London. 449 

Dance of the totties ; by Milan Roder; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. © 
Dec. 1, 1928: 2 c. Dec. 14; E pub. 
1509 ; Kalmus filmusic edition, New 
York. 450 

Dancing (The) doll: by Gordon Jacob, 
of Great Britain; pf. © Jan. 8, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; E for. 2283 ; Jo- 
seph Williams, ltd., London. 451 

Dans un dernier adieu ; par Maurice 
Pesse, of France ; orch. pts,, with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928 : 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2152; Chou- 
dens, Paris. 452 

Danse espagnole ; de Angelo, tyran de 
Padoue, drame lyrique en cinq actes 
de Alfred Bruneau, transcription de 
H. Mouton, of Belgium : orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2123 ; 
Heugel, Paris. 453 

Danza de la gitana ; extrait du ballet 
Sonatina, de Ernesto Halffter, of 
Spain: pf. © June 20, 1928; 1 c. 
July 12; E for. 1577; Max Eschig 
et cie., Paris. 454 

Danza de la pastora ; extrait du ballet 
Sonatina, de Ernesto Halffter, of 
Spain; pf. © June 20, 1928; 1 c. 
July 12; E for. 1576; Max Eschig 
et cie., Paris. 455 

Danza rustica ; di Gio. Batt. Besardo, 
da Antiche danze ed arie per liuto, 
di Ottorino Resplghi, riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore di 
Arturo De Cecco, of Italy, pts. 4to. 
© Dec. 27, 1928 : 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 
1994; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 456 

Darling boy of mine ; words and music 
by George Ar. arr. by Elizabeth 
Flammer. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929: E 
unp. 2877 ; Esther Bishop McMul- 
len, Compton, Calif. 457 

Das hist du ! foxtrot, aus der gleich- 
naniigen revue, worte und musik 
von Friedrich Hollaender, of Ger- 
many. © Aug. 10, 1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1927; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. 458 



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Deis kommt nicht in frage ; foxtrot, 
text von Ch. Amberg, musix von 
Frank Stafford, of Germany. © 
Dec. 4. 1928; 1 c. Dec. 29; E for. 
1867 ; Musikverlag city, Leipzig. 

459 

Daughter come down ; fox-trot, words 
and music by D. and G. Miller; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 23. 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 3030; World- 
wing co., inc., New Castle, Pa. 460 

David ; ballet en un acte sur un sce- 
nario d' Andre Doderet, reduction 
pour pf. par l'auteur, Henri Sauguet. 
of France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2102; Rouart, 
Lerolle et cie., Paris, 461 

Dawn ; words and music by J. Smale. 
of Canada. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 3180; Josephine Smale, To- 
ronto, Canada. 462 

Dawn and dew bring thoughts of you ; 
ballad, words by R. Rayfield Evans, 
music by Peter Packay [pseud, of 
Pierre Paquet], of Belgium; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 22, 1928: 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E for. 1813 ; Interna- 
tional music co., Brussels. Belgium. 

463 

Dawn (The) brought me love and 
you ; by Richard Kountz, scored by 
George J. Trinkaus ; band orch. pts., 
with solo B flat cornet conductor ; 
in D flat. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 26; E pub. 3037; M. Witmark 
& sons. New York. 464 

Dawn (The) brought me love and you ; 
lyric by Lynn Merrick, music by 
Richard Kountz, arr. by George J. 
Trinkaus ; male voices. 4to. © 
Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; E pub. 
2988; M 4 Witmark & sons, New 
York. 465 

Dawn (The) of Easter; cantata, for 
church choirs of mixed voices, text 
bv Herman von Berge. music by Ira 
B. Wilson. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. and aff. Jan. 7; AA 7032; Lo- 
renz pub. co., Dayton, O. 466 

Day (The) of resurrection; Easter 
anthem, translated by J. M. Neale, 
music by E. A. Barrell, jr. : mixius 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 30; E pub. 30G5 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 467 

Day school singer ; by C. D. Tillman, 
with songs by various authors and 
composers. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1928 ; 
2 c. Oct. 27; aff. Dec. 31; A 3517: 
Charlie D. Tillman, Atlanta. 468 



Day (A) will come; words by Elmer 
Campbell, music by Gordon Baleh 
Nevin; high voice. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2410 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 469 

Days that used to be ; words by Mike 
Zingle [i. e. Michael H. Zingle] and 
Nick Zingle [i. e. N. ±1. Zingle] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3199 ; Nicholas 
R. Zingle, Philadelphia. 470 

De celui qui s'en alia par le monde: 
l er recit, de Legendes, pour harmo- 
nie a fanfare, par Paul Gilson, of 
France. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1926 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1927 ; E 676914 ; E. Gaudet, 
Paris. 471 

Dear old Broadway ; fox-trot ballad, 
words and music by A. E. Bucking- 
ham. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3058; A. 
Edward Buckingham, Los Angeles. 

472 

Dearest Jesus, gentle, mild ; English 
text by Helen A. Dickinson, music 
by Relmann-Dickinson, arr. by Lucy 
Clark Street ; women's voice.-, organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 2. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
3; E pub. 2210; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 473 

Dearest pal; words and music by L. 
Luetkens. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928; E unp. 2517; 
Lydia Luetkens, Loganville, Wis. 

474 

Dearest, when I waltz with you ; 
words and music by A. E. Bucking- 
ham, arr. by Morrie B. Streeter. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3059; A. Ed- 
ward Buckingham, Los Angeles. 

475 

Deirdre; Celtic farewell, by .Edgar 
Barratt, arr. by Eric Mareo, of Great 
Britain ; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Jan. 22, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 23; E for. 2346; Elkins & co., 
ltd., London. 476 

Del vals ; two step, by I. S. Ashley ; pf. 
© Nov. 13. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1929: 
E pub. 2232; Isa Stanton Ashley, 
Oroville, Calif. 477 

Delibes (Clement Philibert L6d) Pas 
des fleurs ; walzer intermezzo aus 
dem ballet Naila, von Leo Delibes. 
arr. von Leopold Weninger, of Aus- 
tria ; orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 4, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2288; 
Anton J. Benjamin, Leipzig. 478 



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500 



Deloris of you I am dreaming; words 
by M. Harris, music by Robert Van 
Sickle. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2787; 
Margaret Harris, Hamilton, Mont. 

479 

Delta tau delta; words and music by 
E. G. Becker, ©lc. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E unp. 2551 ; Evalyn Garret Becker, 
Wheeling, W. Ya. 480 

Dernier (Le) reve ; sur les motifs de 
la cel§bre valse Gervaise, paroles de 
Georges Millandy, musique de A. 
Bosc, of France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 9. 1929; E for. 2105; Au- 
guste Bosc, Paris. 481 

Des Sanger's geburtstag; von P. Mtil- 
ler; 1st B flat cornet. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1929 ; E unp. 2936 ; Peter Miiller, 
Philadelphia. 482 

Deutsche (Das) lied; text von Karl 
Pusch, musik von Max Kaever, of 
Germany, op. 3 ; mannerchor, a cap- 
pella. 4to. © Nov. 15. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 11. 1929 ; E for. 2237 ; Carl En- 
gels, Miilheim-Ruhr, Germany. 483 

Deuxi^me sonatine ; par Jean Wiener, 
of France; pf. 1. Agreable. [2 
others] © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 
19; E for. 1825; Editions Max 
Eschig, Paris. 484 

Devaux ( Jules ) Twelve impressions ; 
collections of short first pieces, both 
hands within the compass of five 
notes, by J. Devaux, of Great Brit- 
ain, op. 42; pf. © Jan. 21, 1929; 

2 c. Jan, 25; E pub. 2963; B. F. 
Wood music co., Boston. 485 

Dictator (The) ; march, by G. E. 
Holmes : band pts. 4to. © Sept. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2312 ; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 486 

Did you? waltz, words by Josie D. 
Bader, music by Albert E. Bader; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 19 ; E pub. 2833 ; In- 
dependent music publishers, Hachita, 
N. M. 487 

Dies und das; marsch aus der gleich- 
namigen revue, text und musik von 
Rolf Boeder, of Germany. © Nov. 
7. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1896; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H.. 
Berlin. 488 

Dirge; sextet, by John Powell; 2 pfs., 
12 hands. © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2845; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 489 



Dirge (A) of the desert; words and 
music by L. G. Morrill; bass solo. 
© Jan. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 
3049; Lloyd Grant Morrill, Tridell, 
Utah. 490 

Discarded; words and music by A. 
Geraldine Farrar. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929; E unp. 2970; Alice Geraldine 
Farrar Gleason, Monrovia, Calif. 

491 

Distant bells at evening ; melodie, by 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 
c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2565; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 492 

Dites-moi, ma mere ; one-step, by Mau- 
rice Yvain, of Great Britain; pf. 
New ed. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 
29 ; E for. 1771 ; Chappell & co., ltd.. 
London. 493 

Divertimenti (Li) americani ; words 
by Antonino Crivello, music by R. 
De Luca, of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn. [Words and melodv 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 
3273 ; Ralph De Luca, Brooklyn. 

494 

Divine (The) tragedy; crucifixion of 
our Saviour, Lenten cantata, words 
from the four Gospels, music by 
Christopher H. H. Booth; 5 solo 
voices, mixed cho., and organ. 4to. 
© Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; D 
pub. 27440 ; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 495 

Dixie mammy; words and music by 
Walter Smith. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 
2741; Noah Frederick, San Fran- 
cisco. 496 

Dixie spells home to me; words and 
music by Adele Thier. © Dec. 4, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 8 ; E pub. 1375 ; Ed- 
ward Lansing Cowles, Los Angeles. 

497 

Dixon's (Harold) piano pieces children 
play ; rev. and ed. by Harold Dixon. 
New rev. ed. © Dec. 12, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 13 ; E pub. 2449 ; Bobbins music 
corp., New York. 498 

Do- you recall ; words by Alice Matul- 
lath, music by Muriel Pollock ; in B 
flat. New York, Chappell-Harms, 
inc. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; 
E pub. 2337 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

499 

Do you think of me ; words and music 
by Buddy Valentine [pseud, of Jo- 
seph Taccati] and Irving Mills; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E pub. 2895; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 500 



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Do you wonder that I love you ; words 
and music by Buddy Valentine and 
Irving Mills; pf. ace. with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2658; 
Gotham music service, inc.. New 
York. 501 

Dobrze mi sie przy wojsku powoclzi ; 
by Leona Kormana ; pf . © 1 c. Dec. 
31, 1928 ; E unp. 2437 ; International 
music pub. co., Chicago. 502 

Dodman Rock; folk dance, by John C. 
Holliday, of Great Britain; pf. © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; E for. 
2310 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

503 

Dolly's slumber song ; by Matilee Loeb- 
Preston ; pf. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2788; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 504 

Don't ask me, I'll tell you it's love; 
words and music by Eugene L. 
Kintzle and Wendell L. Mayhew. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E unp. 3331; Eugene 
Kintzle, Muscatine, la., and Wendell 
Mayhew, Milford. 111. 505 

Don't be worried ; hymn, words and 
music by C. F. Weigle. © Jan. 5, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 9; E pub. 2451; 
Charles F. Weigle, Sebring, Fla. 506 

Don't hinder me; spiritual, words and 
melody arr. by F. P. Heatwole, 
harmony arr. by Adger M. Pace. © 
Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 20; E pub. 
2605; James D. Vaughan, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. 507 

Don't let a little thing like that worry 
you ; words and music by Bennie 
McLaughlin [i. e. B. H. McLaughlin] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 2497; Bernard 
Howard McLaughlin, Cambridge, 
Mass. 508 

Dooley-dooley-do ; theme song of Billy 
Dooley comedies, words and music 
by Sterling Sherwin ; pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. .14 ; 
E pub. 2639; Sherman, Clay & co., 
San Francisco. 509 

Dormi, bimbo, mio ; ninna-nanna, per 
piccola orch. e pf. conduttore, di 
Domenico Cortopassi. of Italy. 4to. 
© Nov. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 29 ; E for. 
1959; Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, 
Italy. 510 

Down by the levee; words and music 
by Albert Wynn. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; E unp. 



3077; State street music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 511 

Down from Pacheco ; song from the 
West, words and music by Carl John 
Bostelmann ; med. voice. © Dec. 
28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 
2412 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

512 

Down in Argentine; words by Jean 
Herbert, music by Al. Koppell and 
Irving Mills ; pf . ace. with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2659; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 513 

Down in Carolina, with my Caroline; 
words by McKinley Jenkins, music 
by I. M. Lawson. New York, N. Y., 
I. M. Lawson music co. © Dec. 14, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 2472 ; 
lowen Mathew Lawson, New York. 

514 

Down where the lolly pops grow ; 
words by P. Ponce, music by Dan 
Dougherty; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929 ; E unp. 2984 ; Phil Ponce, New 
York. 515 

Dream baby ; words by Irving Caesar, 
music by Cliff Friend. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3005 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 516 

Dream child ; by H. H. Palmer ; melody 
with pf . ace. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2674; Henry Hendey Palmer, 
New Haven, Conn. 517 

Dream girl do you hear my call ; words 
by Margaret E. Shaver, music by 
W. G. Shaver. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E unp. 
3334; Walter G. Shaver, New York. 

518 

Dream girl of mine; words by J. 
Weight, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 29 ; 1929 ; E unp. 
3261; John Wright, Seattle. 519 

Dream of love; waltzes, by L. Ceci; 
1st violin. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E 
unp. 3230; Louis Ceci, Philadelphia. 

520 

Dream (A) on the dog-watch ; by 
Richard Howgill, of Great Britain; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; E for. 
2321 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd., Lon- 
don. 521 

Dream pal I'll meet you yet, some day ; 
waltz song, words by Mary Carolyn 
Da vies, music by P. H. Bum. 



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[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1928; E unp. 2511; Philip 
Haviland Burn, Brooklyn. 522 

Dream visions; suite of 5 pieces, by 
Jaspar Neale, of Great Britain; pf. 
1. Fairy dreams. [4 others] © Jan. 
16, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 30; B for. 2365; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 523 

Dreaming; by Anna Priscilla Risher*, 
violin and pf . © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2355; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 524 

Dreaming; lyric and music by L. 
Howatt. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E 
unp. 2929; Louise Howatt, Holly- 
wood. Calif. 525 

Dreaming; words and music by F. G. 
Thompson. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E 
unp. 3177 ; Fleet Gillum Thompson, 
Hollywood, Calif. 526 

Dreaming ; words and music by G. 
Arno [pseud, of Bertha Grossmann], 
of Germany. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; 
E unp. 3061 ; Bertha Grossmann, 
Berlin. 527 

Dreaming blues ; lyrics and music by 
Samuel Westmoreland. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E unp. 2456; Lester Melrose, 
Chicago. 528 

Dreaming down on silver bay ; 
Hawaiian waltz, lyrics by Bob 
Schaffer, music by Frank Milne, and 
Robert De Socio, arr. by Edw. A. 
Furey; orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 30, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3112; 
Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. 529 

Dreaming dreams away; waltz, words 
by O. Sanchez, music by J. Valverde 
of Guatemala, domiciled at San 
Francisco. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2986; Oscar Sanchez and 
Jose Valverde, San Francisco. 530 

Dreaming of Honolulu's shore; lyrics 
by Lucian Joseph Kremer, music by 
J. M. Gervel. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 
2467; John Matthew Gervel, Kings- 
ton, Pa. 531 

Dreaming of just a memory ; lyric and 
music by C. S. Oden. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2930; Clarence S. Oden, 
Laurel, Miss. 532 

Dreamland ; words by Grae Shields 
and Romie Rosefield [i. e. J. M. 
Roseneid], music by J. M. Rosefield. 



© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 3003; 
J. M. Rosefield, Alameda, Calif. 

533 
Dreams ; waltz, words and music by 
G. E. Brander. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 
2917; George Edwin Brander, 
Chicago. 534 

Dreams and moonbeams ; waltz song, 
words by E. E. Robinson, music by 
Compton P. Thorp, of Great Britain, 
domiciled at Los Angeles. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2974; Edith 
Elden Robinson, Whittier, Calif. 

535 

Dreams of happy hours ; valse triste, 
by Eilsel Holt ; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2564; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 536 

Dreams of mother ; words by Al Hoch, 
music by Claude Lapham. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1929; E unp. 2892; Alvina L. Hoch, 
Buffalo. 537 

Dreams of old Erin ; words and music 
by C. R. Stouffer. [Words and 
melody only] ©1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3157; Clayton R. Stouffer, 
Columbiana, O. 538 

Dreams of valley queen ; words and 
music by C. H. Meltz. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1929; E unp. 3145; Clarence H. 
Meltz, Appleton, Wis. 539 

Dreams on the Hudson ; waltz, by 
Elisabeth Kuyper, of Netherlands ; 
pf. © May 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929 ; E for. 2062 ; Elisabeth Kuyper,. 
Lugano, Switzerland. 540 

Dreams (The) that linger, remind me 
of you ; words and music by R. L. 
Williams, arr. by Harry L. Alford ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929 ; E unp. 2640 ; Roy L Williams, 
Marguette, Mich. . 541 

Dreamy eyes ; words and music by 
Billy James and Irving Mills ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 21, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2660; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 542 

Dreamy Hawaiian eyes ; words and 
music by Harold Dixon and Irving 
Mills ; pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; E pub. 2661 ; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 543 

Dress parade; by Mortimer Wilson, 
op. 86, no. 8; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2255; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 544 



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Drifting into love ; words and music by 
Sidney Clare, Abe Frankl and Lee 
David. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; B unp. 3021; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 545 

Drowsy eyes ; words by S. Serwer and 
T. E. Evans, music by T. E. Evans. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 2523; Thomas 
Edward Evans, Olyphant, Pa., and 
Samuel Serwer, Scranton, Pa. 546 

Dry away those tears, and smile 
awhile with me ; slow fox-trot, words 
and music by Eddie Schoelwer [i. e. 
E. H. Schoelwer] [Chords single 
staff] [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1929: E unp. 2915; Edward Henry 
Schoelwer, Cincinnati. 547 

Du demanche; 20 etudes melodiques 
pour preparer aux etudes de F. 
Mazas ; pour violon, l ere , 3 eme et 5 eme 
position, par Louis Cazin, of France. 
2 eme partie. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2099; J. B. 
Fontana, Lyon, France. 548 

Du oder keine, darling ; slow-fox, worte 
von Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Willy 
Engel-Berger, of Austria. © Sept. 
12, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E for. 
2071; Edition Scala, Vienna. 549 

Duetto pour remplacer la ronde; de 
Voila le printemps, paroles de F. 
Beissier et L. Henneve, musique de 
G. van Parys, of France. 4to. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E 
for. 2090 ; L. Grus & cie., Paris. 550 

Dying (A) rebel's request; words and 
music by M. J. Haskins. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E unp. 2587; Matthew 
James Haskins, New York. 551 

Easin' along ; by C. Repper : pf . Bos- 
ton, Charles Brashear. © Jan. 16, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3080; 
Charles Repper, Boston. 552 

Easter (An) hallelujah; sacred cho., 
English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 
music by Melchior Vulpius, arr. by 
E. Harold Geer ; 2 choruses of wom- 
en's voices, a cappella. 4to. © Jan. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; E pub. 2688 ; 
H. W. Gray co., New York. 553 

Easter helper no. 15 ; with songs, words 
by Elsie Duncan Yale, Carolyn R. 
Freeman and others, music by A. A. 
Payn, Carolyn R. Freeman and Lida 
Shivers Leach. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 11; AA 
9294; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

554 



Easter joy; Easter pageant-service for 
the Sunday school, pageant by M. A. 
G. Edington, music by Thomas, Ne- 
vin, Martin, Nolte and Rosche. Chi- 
cago, 111., Geo. F. Rosche & co. 8vo. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; D pub. 
27436; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

555 

Easy money ; by Claude Austin ; pf. © 
Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; E pub. 
2548; Lewis music pub. co., New 
York. 556 

Eau (L') & la bouche; operette en 3 
actes, paroles de Serge Veber, mu- 
sique de Philippe Par£s et Georges 
Van Parys, both of France; parti- 
tion pf. et chant. © Nov. 15, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 19; D pub. 27422; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 557 

Eby's complete scientific method; by 
W. M. Eby; French horn. Buffalo, 
N. Y., Virtuoso music school. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7, aff. Feb. 5; 
AA 9187 ; W. M. Eby, Buffalo. 558 

Echoes ; trio, words by Thomas Moore, 
music by T. Frederick H. Candlyn, 
of Great Britain : women's voices. 
4to. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; 
E pub. 2873 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 559 

Edelweiss of ivory; by Bainbridge 
Crist ; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1929 ; E pub. 2525 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 560 

Ee-by-gum ; comedy fox-trot, written 
and composed by Howard Flynn and 
Ralph Butler, of Great Britain; pf. 
and ukulele ace. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Nov. 23, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E for. 2045 ; Mont- 
gomery & co., London. 561 

Eglogue; par Henri Rabaud, op. 7, 
pour petit orch. par Roger Branga, 
of France; pts., with pf. conductor. 
4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2169; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 562 

Ehestand; landler. von P. Miiller; 1st 
B flat clarinet. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 : 
E unp. 2934 ; Peter Miiller, Philadel- 
phia. 563 

Elegie & Clym£ne qui est aux rives de 
la Chine ; poeme de Tristan Der§me, 
mis en musique par Georges Migot, 
of France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2148; Henry 
Lemoine et cie., Paris, 564 

Eltorott a hegedum ; operett 3 felvonas- 
ban, szoveget 6s verseit irta, Szilagyi 
Laszlo, zen6j6t szerzette Zerkovitz 



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585 



Bela. of Hungary. Libretto and pf. 
«c. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1929; D unpub. 
27433 ; Francis Revesz. Budapest, 
Hungary. 565 

Emilio Portes Gil : marehe militar. by 
Cirilo Rodriguez, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Chicago : pf. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 12. 1929: E unp. 2712: 
Ignacio M. Valle. Chicago. 566 

Emperor (The) and the nightingale; a 

Chinese legend, cantata, words by B. 

H. Fitzgerald, music by Franz C. 

Bornschein; sop. and alto. 4to. © 

Jan. 11. 1929: 2 c. Jan. 15: E pub. 

2693; J. Fischer & bro.. New York. 

567 
Empty house blues ; words and music 

by Andy Razaf. [Words and melody 

only] © 1 c. Jan. 26. 1929; E unp. 

3115 : Georgia music co., New York. 

568 
En liten tos : text av Jean Ernst 

[pseud, of Harry Holm], music by 

Karl Wehle, of Sweden : pf. © Oct. 

23. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929: E for. 

Is74 : A. b. Nordiska musikfijrlaget. 

Stockholm, Sweden. 569 

En mi ausencia ; waltz, por A. Domin- 
sruez B., of Mexico, domiciled at Chi- 
cago ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 2. 1929; E 
unp. 2462 ; Abel Dominguez B.. Chi- 
cago. 570 

En mi loco desvario ; cancion Mexi- 
cana para canto y piano, arr. de Sil- 
vano R. Ramos, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Chicago. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
10. 1929; E unp. 2668; Silvano R. 
Ramos, Chicago. 571 

Enchanted (The) garden: words and 
music bv Agnes Jane Carlton. © 
1 c. Jan. 21. 1929: E unp. 2973; 
Agnes Jane Herr Carlton, Ethan. 
S. D. 572 

End (The) of the trail: a prayer, 
words and music bv H. H. Story. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1929: E unp. 2810: 
Hairy H. Story, Antioch, Calif. 573 

English tune: lyric by Bertha Deegan. 

music by T. J. Deegan. jr. © 1 c. 

Jan. 25. 1929 : E unp. 3143 ; Thomas 

J. Deegan, jr., Brooklyn. 574 

Enraptured ; words and music by D. 
E. Clark. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929: E unp. 3025; 
Dorothv Ellen Clark. Davenport, la. 

575 

Entree du cortege : by E. A. Barrell. 
jr.; organ. © Dec. 14. 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2382; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 576 



Ere evening shadows round me close ; 
words from Formby's school songs, 
music by C. J. May, of Great Brit- 
ain : with descant optional. 4to. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] © 
Jan. 25. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; E for. 
2329; Novcilo & co., ltd., London. 

577 

Erich, nur dir gehor' ich ; foxtrot, aus 
Die ungekiisste Eva, text von Fritz 
Rotter u. Otto Stransky, musik von 
Martin Knopf, of Germany, arr. von 
Richard Etlinger, of Germany ; orch., 
with pf. direction. 4to. © Aug. 10, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929 : E for. 2059 ; 
Oskar Seifert, Eppendorf, Germany. 

578 

Ernestinc-Wegner-walzer ; ach, ein 
walzer i^t mein leben, words and 
music by Ludolf Waldmann, of Ger- 
many, op. 61 a ; sal.-orch. pts. with 
pf. direction, arr. by Bernhard Eg£. 
of Germany. 4to. © Oct. 15. 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 11. 1929; E for. 2269: L. 
Waldinann's verlag, Erfurt, Ger- 
many. 579 

Ersten (Die) doppelgriffe des violini- 
sten in alien dur-u. molltonarten ; 
von Ferdinand Kiichler, of Germany. 
© Oct. 31. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 11. 1929; 
E for. 2261 ; Riihle & Wendling. Leip- 
zig. 580 

Ersten (Die) veilchen : lied und blues 
aus Grosse kleinigkeiten. text und 
musik von Rolf Roder. of Germany, 
arr. von Felix Werner. © Aug. 30. 
1927 : 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 : E for. 1920 : 
Rondo-verlag. G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

581 

Erven (Gust. P.) Three jazz inspira- 
tions ; von Gust. P. Erven, of Ger- 
many ; pf. 1. Jazz-devil. [2 others] 
© June 16. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E for. 1916: Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 582 

Es* griisst der Stephansturm die Bero- 
lina : text von Hanns Dekner. musik 
von Harry Waldau, of Germany. © 
Oct. 15. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929: E 
for. 1904 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 583 

Es ist ein komisches ding urn die liebe : 
text u. musik von Willy Prager, of 
Germany. © Oct. 1, 1927 : 1 c. Jan. 
7. 1929: E for. 1903; Rondo-verlag. 
G. m. b. H.. Berlin. 584 

Espanita ; Spanish waltz, by George 
Rosey. arr. by M. J. Scheidlmeier. 
ten. banjo solo, with pf. ace. arr. by 
Otto Merz. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3115; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 585 



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Estrella tropical ; valse serenade, by 
Herbert Ralph Ward ; pf. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2394 ; Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., inc., New 
York. 586 

Eszedbe jutok-e neha [and] Bura sanyi 
notaja ; Nador Joska verse, Sandor 
Jeno, of Hungary, zeneje. © Feb. 
16, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 4; E for. 1354; 
Kalman Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

587 

Eternal love ; words and music by 
Ballard Macdonald, Dave Dreyer 
and Peter De Rose. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2708 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 588 

Evangeline ; by Dorathy Knapp 
Fowler; pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 2844; Dora- 
thy K. Fowler, Los Angeles . 589 

Evangeline; song of Arcady, words 
and music by F. S. Jarrett. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3172; Frank 
S. Jarrett, Upper Darby, Pa. 590 

Evangeline; words and music by M. 
Lasco. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2647; 
Morris Lasco, Chicago. 591 

Evangeline ; words by Billy Rose, mu- 
sic by Al Jolson. © Jan. 28, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3064; Irving 
Berlin, inc., New York. 592 

Evans (David) Concerto; for string 
orch., arr. for pf. duet by the com- 
poser, D. Evans, of Great Britain, op. 

7. London, Stainer & Bell, ltd. © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 31; E for. 
2080; David Evans, London. 593 

Evening (The) mood; by Gordon Ja- 
cob, of Great Britain ; pf. © Jan. 

8, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2284; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 594 

Evening prayer; quartette or cho., 
words by C. Winkworth, music by 
K. Hall, arr. by F. S. Raymond; 
mixed voices, witli organ or pf. ace. 
4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; 
E pub. 3126; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. .!. 595 

Evening (An) prayer; XV century 
Moravian, ed. by Clarence Dickin- 
son, English version by Helen A. 
Dickinson, arr. by Lucy - (/lark 
Street ; women's voices, organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 2. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3: 
E pub. 2207; H. W. Gray co., Non- 
York. 596 



Evening song ; by William Balagno, of 
Great Britain; violin and pf. © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
pub. 2270; Boston music co., Boston. 

597 

Evening's calls ; words and music by 
O. E. Kruse. [W T ords and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
2761; Olive E. Kruse, New Har- 
mony, Ind. 598 

Every day's a sunny day ; words and 
music by H. C. Schachern. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E unp. 2581; Helen C. Scha- 
chern, New York. 599 

Every once in a while ; words and mu- 
sic by K. Toronjo. New York, 
Frank Harding. © Dec. 27, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2149 ; Kath- 
erine Toronjo, Saginaw, Mich. 600 

Every one of them's just like their 
father; words and music by Bennie 
McLaughlin [i. e. B. H. McLaugh- 
lin] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E unp. 2498 ; Ber- 
nard Howard McLaughlin, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 601 

Everybody's sorry but you ; words and 
music by Frank Parente. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1929; E unp. 2889; James Dante, 
Madison, N. J. 602 

Everything I do — I do for you ; words 
and music by Al. Sherman, Abner 
Silver and Al. Lewis ; pf. ace. with 
ukulele arr. by A. J. Franchini. © 
Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 
2977 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 603 

Ev'rywhere; words and music by H. 
E. Crow. [Blue-print] © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929 ; E unp. 2590 ; Henry Ernest 
Crow, Topeka, Kan. 604 

Excursion (An) through all the keys; 
by Julia A. O'Neill, of Great Brit- 
ain ; pf . © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
25; E pub. 2962; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 605 

Exeunt; by Clement Charlton Palmer, 
<if Great Britain ; organ. © Dec. 19, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E for. 1976 ; 
Augener, ltd., London. 606 

Extra gang; negro r. r. work song, 
words and music by S. Easton ; 1st 
violin. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; E unp. 
2623 ; Sidney Easton, New York. 

607 



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Eyes : words and music by W. H. 
Burn. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 : E imp. 3151 : Wil- 
liam Henry Burn. Ironwood, Mich. 

608 
Fairies : by Ella Ketterer : pf. © Dec. 

14. 1928 : 2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 2358 ; 

Theodore Presser co.. Philadelphia. 

609 
Fairies play hide and seek: by Anita 

Dexter, selected, ed.. annotated and 

fingered by John M. Williams ; pf., 

with preparatory exercises. © Jan. 

23. 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2922 ; 

Boston music co., Boston. 610 

Fairy dance: by Charles Kovacs, op. 
86 : violin and pf. © Nov. 20. 1925 : 

2 c. Jan. 10. 1929 : E pub. 2506 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York. 611 

Fairy tales: words and music by Ir- 
ving Morris [i. e. I. M. Schlenoff] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 16. 1929; E imp. 2853: Irving 
Morris Schlenoff, Baltimore. 612 

Fairy (A) waltz: by Ella Ketterer; pf. 
with words. © Dec. 14. 1928; 2 c. 
Dei-. 15: E pub. 2386; Theodore 
Presser co.. Philadelphia. 613 

Fairy's (The) dream; reverie, by 
Frances McCollin. bowing by Lucius 
Cole; violin and pf. © Jan. 23, 
1929: 2 e. Jan. 25; E pub. 3017; 
Theodore Presser co.. Philadelphia. 

614 

Fall (The) of waters: by K. L. Rich- 
ards, op. 29. no. 4 : pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
28. 1929: E unp. 3248: Katherine 
Louise Richards. New York. 615 

Falla (Manuel de) Concerto; per 
clavicembalo o pf.. flauto. oboe, clari- 
netto, violino e violoncello, por Man- 
uel de Falla, of Spain. Partition. 
© June 20. 192S ; 1 c. July 12 : E for. 
1579 ; Max Eschig et cie., Paris. 616 

Falsos pensamientos ; danzon, words 
and music by Vicente Sigler [i. e. 
V. S. Lalondri] and Julio Cesar Ar- 
jona, of Cuba : pf. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1928: E unp. 2443; Vicente Sigler 
Lalondri. New York. 617 

Fantasie fiber russische volksklange ; 
fur blasquintett, von Oskar Bohme, 
of Germany, op. 45. no. 1. 4to. © 
July 31. 1925: 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929; E 
for. 2065; Ruble & Wendling, Leip- 
zig. 618 

Farewell my native Irish home ; words 
and music by M. J. Haskins. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7. 1929; E unp. 2588; Matthew 
James Haskins, New York. 619 



Farmer Green and the north pole; 
words by G. W. Pfiel. music by Paul- 
ine Britting. New York. Frank 
Harding. © Dec. 27, 192S ; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929 ; E unp. 2148 ; George William 
Pfiel, Barker. X. Y. 620 

Farrar (Murgatroyd) Three bagpipe 
echoes ; by M. Farrar, of Great Brit- 
ain ; orch. pts.. with pf. conductor. 
4to. a. Marching. [2 others] © 
Dec. 30. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 : E 
for. 2363 ; Meyer De Wolfe, London. 

621 

Fate man ; words by T. Mundy and. 
George Wehner, music by Dawn 
Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 16. 1929 : E unp. 
2873 : Talbot Mundy, New York. 622 

Fate (The) of Lloyd Groves; words 
by J. E. Duffy, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28. 1929 : E unp, 3205 ; Josie E. 
Duffy, Hacker Valley, W. Va. 623 

Father theme; plaintive-andante, by 
Erno Rapee, orch. by Walter C. 
Schad: orch. 4to. © Jan. 7. 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 9: E pub. 2452; Belwin, 
inc., New York. 624 

Faure (Gabriel) Pastorale; tiree de 
la suite d'orch., Masques et berga- 
masques. de Gabriel Faure. op. 112, 
transcription pour violoncelle et pf. 
par Louis Fournier, of France. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1929: E 
for. 2164 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 625 

Feeling blue ; words by Nat Furst [i. e. 
Nathan Furst], music by Sam Ku- 
blin. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E unp. 3096 ; Sam- 
uel Kublin and Nathan Furst, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 626 

Feierlicher aufzug ; triumphmarsch, 
von Otto Kockert, op. 84, instr. von 
Henry Weber, of Germany ; orch., 
with pf. direction and violin 1 direc- 
tion. 4to. © Aug. 26, 1926; 1 c. 
Apr. 23. 1928 ; E for. 1837 ; Richard 
Birnbach, Berlin. 627 

Fernandez (Oscar Lorenzo) Dois epi- 
grammas (Deux epigrammes) : pa- 
lavras de Luiz de Andrade Filho, 
musica de Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez, 
of Brazil, op. 36. 1. A vida. [1 
other] © Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
28: E for. 1792; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 628 

Fest-polonaise ; von Cesar Cui, arr. 
von Leo Artok, of Germany ; s"alon- 
orch.. with pf. conductor. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; E for. 1796; 
B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

629 



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Festa campestre; di Silvio Travaglia, 
of Italy : orch., with pf. conductor. 
4to. © Oct. 15, 1928; 1 c. Oct. 29; 
E for. 1956 ; Guglielmo Zanibon, Pa- 
dova, Italy. 630 

Festival ; ouverture in miniatura per 
orch., trascrizione per pf., di Bzio 
Camussi, of Italy. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1861; A. & G. 
Cariscli & c, Milan. 631 

Fete des roses; dance caprice, by Ar- 
thur Wellesley, of Canada ; pf . © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 31; E for. 
1963; W. R. Draper co„ Toronto. 
Canada. 632 

Fiancee (La). vendue; opera comique 
en 3 actes, paroles de Ch. Sabina, 
adaptation franchise de Daniel Mul- 
ler, of France, musique de F. Snie- 
tana. © June 20, 1928; 1 c. July 
12 ; E for. 1564 ; Max Eschig et cie.. 
Paris. 633 

Fiddler Joe ; words and music by Wal- 
ter Wallace Smith. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 
E unp. 2833; Vernon Dalhart, New 
York. 634 

Field-day; march, by G. E. Holmes; 
band pts. 4to. © Sept. 22, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2313; Charles 
L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, la. 635 

Fight (The) ; for fotoplay, by Hugo 
Felix, ed. by D. Savino ; pf . © Dec. 
26, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 27 ; E pub. 2626 ; 
Robbins music corp., New York. 636 

Fight on ; words by Glen Grant and 
Milo Sweet, music by M. A. Sweet. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 2627; 
Milo A. Sweet, Los Angeles. 637 

JTiglia sventurata ; words and music 
by U. Orazio. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3054 ; Umberto Orazio, Phil- 
adelphia. 638 

Fileuse ; pour pf., d' Henri Ketten, 
transcription pour violon et ace. de 
pf. par Raoul Barthalay. of France. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2143 ; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 639 

Fillmore (The) beginners' band book; 
systematic progressive elementary 
method for individual and ensemble 
instruction, by James M. Fulton ; 
Lessons 1-14. 4to. © Dec. 12, 
1928 ; 2 c. each and aff. Dec. 22 ; A 
2648 : Fillmore bros. CO., Cincinnati. 

640 



Fillmore's Easter recitations and dia- 
logues for children & young folks, 
no. 25 ; with songs, words by Lizzie 
De Armond and others, music by J. 
H. Fillmore and J. H. Lockwood. 
8vo. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. and aff. 
Jan. 18 ; AA 7369 ; Fillmore bros. co., 
Cincinnati. 641 

Fior d'arancio ; by Ierotheo Schisa, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3108 ; Kimon Hadjoson, New 
York. 642 

Fireflies ; birthday serenade, by Paul 
Lincke, arr. by M. J. Scheidlmeier ; 
ten. banjo solo, with pf. ace. arr. by 
Otto Merz. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3114; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 643 

Fishing (The) party; operetta in 2 
acts, words by John Frederick Par- 
sons, music by R. Farmer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; D unpub. 27430 ; Ruth 
Farmer, Washington. 644 

Flag (The) in Birdland ; operetta for 
children, libretto by Catherine T. 
Bryce, music arr. and adapted by 
David Stevens ; pf . and toy orch. ace. 
4to. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
E pub. 3081; C, C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 645 

Flapper (The) ; words and music by 
T. B. Richardson. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2294; 
Thomas B. Richardson, Phoenix, 
Ariz. 646 

Flapper love : words and music by B. 
L. M. Johns. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3211; Berta L. M. Johns, 
Orange Park, Fla. 647 

Fleeting fancies ; by W. A. Montgom- 
ery, of Great Britain, op. 38, no. 3; 
pf. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E pub. 2954; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 648 

Fleeting fancies ; dance, by L. J. Ben- 
nett ; pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929 ; E unp. 2955 ; Louis J. Ben- 
nett, Kansas City, Mo. 649 

Flirt (The) ; intermezzo, by Jay 
Speck; pf. © Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 3024; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 650 

Flora ; waltz, by S. F. Romano. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E unp. 2528 ; Salvatore F. Romano, 
Brooklyn. 651 



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Florida — land at the rainbow's end ; 
waltz-ballad, words by T. Rossil, 
music bv H. A. Hanft. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1929: E imp. 3283; Harold A. 
Hanft and Tbos. Rossil, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 652 

Flower ballet ; intermezzo valsetta, by 
Lucy Nord: pf. © Dec. 17, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2681; Louis 
Retter music co., St. Louis. 653 

Flowers (The) I brought you; words 
and music by J. Fowler. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929; E unp. 2988; Julia Fowler, 
San Francisco. 654 

Flowers to the living; w^ords and mu- 
sic by A. Cobb. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928; E unp. 
2512; Alice Cobb, Hayward, Calif. 

655 

Flying ace ; march foxtrot, by E. A. 
Runde, arr. by Esther M. Telfer ; pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 3103; 
Edwin Albert Runde, N. Tona- 
wanda, N. Y. 656 

Flying along; words by Douglas O. 
Tew, music by H. J. Jenkins ; pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2798; 
Harry James Jenkins, Hyde Park, 
Mass. 657 

Flying (The) Argonauts; march, by 
G. E. Holmes; band pts. 4to. © 
Sept. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 
2314 ; Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., 
Oskaloosa, la. 658 

Flying colors; march, by Anne Keller, 
orchestrated by Adolf Schmid ; orch., 
with pf.-conductor. 4to. © Jan. 14, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2884; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 659 

Flying the kite ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern. op. 577, no. 3 ; pf . © Jan. 30, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3107; 
Irving Berlin standard music corp., 
New York. 660 

Fog (The) fleet; pt.-song, words by 
Harold Willard Gleason, music by 
Moshe Paranov ; 1st and 2nd sop., 
and 1st and 2nd alto. 4to. © Jan. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E pub. 3119 : 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 661 

Foggy (The) dew: Irish melody, arr. 
by W. H. Squire, of Great Britain ; 
violoncello with pf. ace. © Dec. 6, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; E for. 2189 ; 
Boosey & co., ltd., London. 662 

Folio of guitar solos and duets ; by 
J. Robt. Morris and others. © Jan. 



8, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 14; AA 
7244; Chart music pub. house, inc., 
Chicago. 663 

Follow me ; hymn, words by James 
Rowe, music by Chas. W. Vaughan. 
© Oct. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 29 ; E pub. 
2549; Chas. W. Vaughan, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. 664 

Follow the leader; by Helen Sears, 
op. 5. no. 3; pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 3007; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. 665 

Follow the trail of the Gypsy ; words 
by Ballard Macdonald, music by 
Peter De Rose. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E unp. 
3324 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

666 

Follow thru; from the musical show, 
words and music by B. G. De Sylva 
[pseud, of George Gard De Sylva], 
Lew Brown and Ray Henderson; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Joseph 
M. Weiss. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
31; E pub. 2064; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 66T 

Fool 'em fingers ; by O. C. Stemland ;. 
pf. © Jan. 16, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 19 ; 
E pub. 2834 ; Odgard C. Stemland, 
Minneapolis. 668 

For a bunch of lilac ; deutscher text 
von Kurt Schwabach u. Willy Rosen, 
music by Will Meisel, arr. by Har- 
twig v. Platen, both of Germany: 
orch. pts. 4to. © Oct. 23, 1928: 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2234 ; Edi- 
tion Meisel & co., G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

669 

For my love will follow you ; waltz, 
words and music by E. F. Reed. © 
Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 
3028: Elmer Floyd Reed, Grand 
Junction, Col. 670 

For people like us ; words by Jack 
Meskill and Irving Kahal, music by 
Pete Wendling, arr. by W. C. Linde- 
mann; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; E pub. 3077 ; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 671 

For you and me sweetheart ; theme 
song, words by Roy Turk, music by 
Abner Silver. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 2597 ; Robbins music corp., 
New York. 672 

Forever ; lyric and music by J. D. 
Marks. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; E unp. 3129; John David 
Marks, New York. 673 



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Forget-me-not ; by George Parker, of 
Great Britain, op. 7, no. 5 ; pf . © 
Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 
2947 ; B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 

674 

Forget the past; words and music by 
Wm. J. Rietz ; pf . ace. with ukulele 
arr. by A. J. Franchini. © Dec. 21, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 22; E pub. 2132; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 675 

Forward pass ; march, by G. E. 
Holmes ; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2315; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 676 

Forward ! singing glory ; anthem, 
words by Louis F. Benson, music by 
Paul Ambrose ; mixed voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 15; E 

- pub. 2871; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 677 

Fourth air concertante ; by Louis Bet- 
ter ; violin and pf . © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2686; Louis 
Better music co., St. Louis. 678 

Frauhin Ping-Pong ; Japanese slow- 
fox, text und musik von Willy Rosen, 
of Germany ; pf. arr. by Otto Linde- 
mann. © Aug. 24, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1913; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. 679 

Franklin post ; march, by Karl L. 
King; band. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2296; Karl L. 
King music house, Fort Dodge, la. 

680 

Frau (Eine) von Format; grosses pot- 
pourri, aus der dreiaktigen operette, 
von Rudolph Sehanzer u. Ernst We- 
lisch, musik von Michael Krausz, of 
Hungary, potpourri bearb. von Otto 
Lindemann, of Germany ; pf . with 
words. © Oct. 18, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1929; E for. 2007; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g. f Berlin. 681 

Freakish light blues ; by L. Russell and 
Paul Barbarin. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3293; Luis Russell, New 
York. 682 

French child's song; dolly's lullaby, 
words by Fred Heltman, of U. S., 
music by Francois Behr, op. 575, no. 
1 : pf. © Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
16: E pub. 2712; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 683 

French (The) de Paris lassie; words 
and music by F. C. Mendell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 3175 ; Frances 
Cleo Mendell, Hutchinson, Kan. 684 



French (The) de Paris mother; words 
and music by F. C. Mendell. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 3176; Frances 
Cleo Mendell, Hutchinson, Kan. 685 

French peasants' dance ; on an ancient 
theme, by Lucy Nord ; pf. © Dec. 17, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2683; 
Louis Better music co., St. Louis. 

686 

Freuden griisse; walzer, von Josef 
Strauss, op. 128, arr. von Leopold 
Weninger, of Austria ; orch. pts., 
with pf.-direction and violin 1 di- 
rection. 4to. © Dec. 20. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929 ; E for. 2181 ; Anton J. 
Benjamin, Leipzig. 687 

Freut euch des lebens ; zehn schlager 
aus der Randow-Weiniger revue, text 
von Walter Rene, musik von Emil 
Palm, of Germany. © Feb. 7, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1887 ; Rondo- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 688 

Friendly moon; waltz song, words and 
music by K. H. Burnham. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1929 ; E unp. 2531 : Katberine 
Hazel Burnham. Boonton, N. J. 

689 

Frisco ; lyric and melody by P. L. 
Geer, harmony and arrangement by 
Arthur Lee Mancebo. [Mimeograph] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2606; 
Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 690 

Frithiof ; opera in 2 acts and 3 scenes, 
Norse legend from the Swedish of 
Esaias Tegn§r, English version by 
Clement B. Shaw, adapted and set 
to music by E. E. Freer, op. 40. © 
Jan. 9, 1929; 2 c. and aft'. Jan. 12; 
AA 6709 ; Eleanor Everest Freer. Chi- 
cago. 691 

Frbken ! tank om vi traffats i varas ! 
text av N. G. Granath, musik av 
Granath-Wehle. of Sweden ; pf. © 
Dec. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929; E 
for. 1872; A. b. Nordiska niusik- 
foriaget, Stockholm, Sweden. 692 

From nature's fields ; by Montague 
Ewing, of Great Britain; pf. 1.- In 
the orchard. [3 others] © Jan. 21, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 23; E for. 2347: 
Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., London. 

693 

From the cross to the crown ; spiritual 
songs, ed. by Thomas S. Cobb and 
others, no. 2. 12mo. © Nov. 10, 
1928 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 26 ; aff. Jan. 
12; AA 6510; Quartet music co., 
Fort Worth, Tex. 694 

Frtihlingseinzug ; text von Wilb. Miil- 
ler, musik von Hugo Kaun, of Ger- 
many; mannerchor, a cappella. 4to. 



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© Nov. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11. 1929 ; 
E for. 2225; Ainsel-verlag, Berlin- 
Siidende, Germany. 695 

Fullahel hop; words by Patricia 
Q'Hearn, music by Minzde and Vic- 
tor Zentner. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E imp. 
2660 ; Anne Nichols, New York. 696 

Fume lo que su tierra produce ; danzon, 
letra por Victorio Llanos, niusica por 
E. Vigoreaux; pi. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 9; E pub. 2334; Ernesto 
Vigoreaux, Santurce, Porto Rico. 

697 

Funny (The) guy; by M. L. Lake; 
full orch., with pf.-organ conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 22, 1928 : 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929 ; E pub. 2510 ; Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York. 698 

Furniture man blues ; words and music 
by Spencer Williams and Victoria 
Spivey. pt. 1 and 2. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3086; Joseph M. Davis, New 
York. 699 

Futuristic blues ; by I. L. Seidler ; pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2735; 
Isadore L. Seidler. Dorchester, Mass. 

700 

Futuristic rhythm; from Hello daddy, 
words by Dorothy Fields, music by 
Jimmy McHugh ; pf . and ukulele ace. 
© Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 29; E 
pub. 2174 ; Mills music, inc. and 
Harms, inc., New York. 701 

Ga-ga ; from Lady fingers, words by 
Edward Eliscu, music by Joseph 
Meyer ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 2909 ; 
Harms, inc., New York. 702 

Gaillard (Marius Francois) Etude; 
par M. F. Gaillard, of France ; pf . 
1. Pour tierces. — 2. Pour les cinq 
doigts. © Mar. 10. 1928; 1 c. each 
Apr. 9 ; E 689535, 689536 ; Choudens, 
Paris. 703, 704 

Gallant soldiers; by Mathilde Bilbro; 
pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E pub. 3001 ; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 705 

Game (A) of tag; perpetual motion, 
by Frances McCollin, bowing by 
Lucius Cole ; violin and pf . © Jan. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 3019 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

706 

Garden (A) of the South; words by 
L. Boyd, music by Robert Van 



Sickle. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2777; 
Laura Boyd, Walla Walla, Wash. 

707 

Gavotte; by Marais, transcribed by 
Arthur Hartmann ; violin and pf ; 
in G min. © Dec. 27, 1928: 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2542; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. 708 

Gavotte, in D minor ; by Jean Baptiste 
de Lully, orchestrated by N. Clifford 
Page ; orch. Sc. and pts. © Jan. 5, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 8; E pub. 2345; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 709 

Gay (A) caballero ; words and music 
by Frank Crumit ; pf. ace. with 
ukulele arr. by Louis Fleischer. © 
Dec. 10. 1928; 2 c. Dec. 22; E pub. 
2634; F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. 710 

Gay (The) nineties; by K. L. Rich- 
ards, op. 37; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3245; 
Katherine Louise Richards, New 
York. 711 

Geburtstagsreigen ; salonstiick, von 
Carl Ganschals, op. 384, bearb. von 
Hermann Wenzel, both of Germany ; 
pf. © Nov. 17, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2251 ; Fr. Portius, Leip- 
zig. 712 

Gee but I'm blue ; lyrics and music by 
J. E. Redrick. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 2493; 
James Edward Redrick, New York. 

713 

Gee I'm gettin' lonesome waitin' for 
you; words by Orville Andrews, 
music by Terry Shand [i. e. Terence 
Alister Roddy Shand] [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2852; 
Terence A. R. Shand, Louisville. 

714 

General electric ; march, by J. L. Ver- 
weire; band. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2297; Karl L. 
King music house. Fort Dodge, la. 

715 

General F. Angeles; marcha militar, 
por Cirilo Rodriguez; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929: E unp. 2713; Ignacio 
M. Valle, Chicago. 716 

Gently love us; words by M. J. Brad- 
ley, music by Phil Starr. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1929 ; E unp. 2938 ; Mary J. Bradley, 
Easton, Md. 717 



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Geraldine ; words by Charles Tobias, 
music by El Kay. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929: 
E unp. 2642; Irving Berlin, inc.. 
New York. 718 

Gilbert (Gladys V.) Caprice; by 
Gladys V. Gilbert, of Great Britain 
op. 21, no. 1 ; pf . © Dec. 24, 1928 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2853 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 719 

Gina, I love you ; waltz, by L. V. 
Martin. [Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1929; E unp. 3198; Louis V. 
Martin, New York. 720 

Girl of my dreams, I love you ; words 
and music by Harry B. Rowe. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 2601 ; Rowe, 
Byxbe & Rowe, Los Angeles. 721 

Girlie; words by M. Dvorshak, music 
by William Van Beaver; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2571 ; Mike Dvorshak, Wagner, 
Mont. 722 

Git up, Suke ; words by Paul Laurence 
Dunbar, music by L. W. Beery. *© 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3216 ; Lois 
Wyatt Beery, Valley Center, Calif. 

723 

Giuliano ; 1. fantasia, di R. Zandonai, 
riduzione per orchestrina con pf. 
conduttore di Arturo De Cecco, of 
Italy; pts. 4to. © Jan. 7, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 14 ; E for. 2213 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 724 

Give me a smile ; words and music by 
Alice White; melody with pf. ace, 
and refrain for voice and pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3181 ; Hughes, 
Bailey & co., inc., New York. 725 

Give us a hitch ; words and music by 
S. Coslow. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 
2464; Sam Coslow, New York. 726 

Glad days are sad days when you're 
away ; lyrics by Lee Duskin, music 
by N. Lee. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 2644; 
Norman Lee, Chicago. 727 

Glad rag doll ; words by Jack Yellen, 
music by Dan Dougherty and Milton 
Ager ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2200; 
Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., New 
York. 728 

Go 'way sorrow, don't come till to- 
morrow, cause I'm busy being glad 
today ; fox-trot, words and music by 
J. H. Morrison. [Photostat] © 1 c. 



Jan. 9, 1929; E unp, 2629; John H. 
Morrison, Longview, Wash. 729 

Goblins ; by Ella Ketterer ; pf. © Dec. 
14, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 2361 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

730 

God has blotted them out ; hymn, 
words and music by G. W. Cooke. 
© Aug. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2715; Geo. W. Cooke, Wil- 
mington, Del. 731 

God is love ; hymn, words and music 
by E. F. Stanton. © Jan. 15, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2814; Robert 
Emmet Winsett, Chattanooga. 732 

Godard (Charles) Intermezzo; arr. 
by Edwin Arthur Kraft; organ. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 
2222; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

733 

Gold fishes; by Eleanor Clark; pf. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music 
co. obi. 8vo. © Dec. 29, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2154 ; Regi- 
nald K. Livers idge, Lawrence, Mass. 

734 

Golden autumn ; scenic reverie, by 
Walter C. Schad ; orch., with pf. or 
organ conductor. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub, 2258; Belwin, 
inc., New York. 735 

Golden curls ; words and music by 
H. E. Jordan. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
3168 ; Harriet E. Jordan, West Bend, 
Wis. 736 

Golden memories ; words and music by 
A. A. McKenzie. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929; E unp. 3009; Archie Alexan- 
der McKenzie, Albemarle, N. C. 737 

Golden tear drops ; words and music 
by K. Jasper. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E 
unp. 2849 ; Kasper Janner, West Ca- 
tasauqua, Pa. 738 

Golgotha ; hymn, words by Jessie F. 
Moser, music by Herbert G. Tovey; 
solo and quartette. © Nov. 1, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2648; 
Herbert G. Tovey, Los Angeles. 739 

Gondoliera ; by E. Meyer Helmund, 
new arr. by Giovanni E. Conterno ; 
pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; 
E pub. 2261 ; Emil Ascher, inc., New 
York. 740 

Gono : by H. R. Cook. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2575; Hardy Rhodes Cook, Houston. 

741 



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762 



Good bye ! Ich lass dich herzlich 
griissen ! lied und onestep nach mo- 
tiven von C. M. Ziehrer, worte von 
Peter Herz, music by Isy Geiger, of 
Austria. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929; E for. 2276; Josef Wein- 
berger, Leipzig. 742 

Good-bye sweetheart good-bye; lyrics 
and music by M. Rosumny. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 2459; Max 
Rosumny, Los Angeles. 743 

Good-morning; by Marie D. La Cour, 
op. 30, no. 1; pf. (In Three little 
pieces for you) © Jan. 16, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 2748; Clayton 
F. Summy co., Chicago. 744 

Good morning — good night ; words by 
Loyal M. Thompson, music by Stan- 
ley S. Effinger. © Jan. 11, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 14; E pub. 2829; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. 745 

Good morning professor; fox-trot, 
words and music by S. Sario. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 3039 ; Sam 
Sario, Boston. 746 

Good news; selection, music by B. G. 
De Sylva [pseud, of George Gard 
De Sylva], Lew Brown and Ray 
Henderson, arr. for military band by 
Dan Godfrey, of Great Britain, pts. 
© Dec. 22, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E 
for. 2312; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 747 

Good night ; by Peter Broom [pseud, of 
Dora Gilner], of Great Britain; pf. 
© Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; 
E pub. 2414 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 748 

Good or bad, you're good enough for 
me ; words and music by Eddie 
Leonard, Clarence J. Marks and 
Jack Stern. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
2693 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

749 

Goodby old world goodby ; words and 
music by A. D. B. Ranclol. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1928; E unp. 2516; A. D. Bedford 
Randol, Los Angeles. 750 

Gossamer dreams; waltz, by Charles 
Ancliffe, of Great Britain; pf. © 
Jan. 21, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; E for. 
2332; Banks & son. York, England. 

751 

Gosse d' amour ; paroles de Pierre 
Bayle, musique de J. Bos, of France. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2109 ; Editions musicales 
Evette, Paris. 752 



Gott sei dank, heut' hab' ich blau 
gemacht ; aus Gruss an Alle, text von 
Richard Rillo. niusik von Leo Leux, 
of Germany. © Oct. 10. 1927; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1917; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 753 

Gounod (Charles Frangois) O divine 
Redeemer ; sop. solo and quartet or 
cho., adaptation and arr. by J. A. 
Parks; male voices. 4to. © Jan. 
1, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 7; E pub. 2446; 
J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 754 

Governer [ !] (The) ; march, by A. van 
Leeuwen, of Netherlands, domiciled 
at Cincinnati; pf. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 
1928; E unp. 2628; Ary van Leeu- 
wen, Cincinnati. 755 

Graded studies for the violin ; specially 
arr. in order of progression, rev., 
fingered and bowed by Leon J. Fon- 
taine, of Great Britain, bk. 9. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 26; E for. 
1780 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., London. 

756 

Grand-mere ; poesie de Converset, 
musique de M. Truillet-Soyer, of 
France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929 ; E for. 2162 ; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 757 

Gray days bring May days ; words and 
music by F. G. Thompson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 3178; Fleet 
Gillum Thompson, Hollywood, Calif. 

758 

Gray (The) hills taught me patience; 
hymn, words by Allen Eastman 
Cross, music by H. L. Harts. © 
Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 5; E pub. 
2181 ; Earl Enyeart Harper, Evans- 
ville, Ind. 759 

Great camp meetin' day; words and 
music by Noble Sissle; pf. ace. with 
banjulele banjo and ukulele arr. by 
Alvin D. Keech. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations.] © Dec. 20, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 21 ; E pub. 2584 ; B. Feld- 
man & co., London. 760 

Great masters ; Tschai'kowsky, Field, 
Gade, Rubinstein, ed. and arr. by 
Cuthbert Harris, of Great Britain ; 
pf. bk. 3. 1. Reverie. [5 others] 
© Dec. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; E for. 
2032; Warren & Phillips. London. 

761 

Grenadier (Der) ; ein lustiges marsch- 
lied nach dem text von Hermann 
Lons, musik von Otto Spreckelsen, 
of Germany; mannerchor. 4to. © 
Oct. 3. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2048; Schweers & Haake, 
Bremen, Germany. 762 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Grieg ( Edvard Hagerup ) I love thee ; 
solo or duet, arr. by Calvin Grooms ; 
pts. for E flat alto, B flat ten. and 
C melody saxophones, with pf. ace. 
© Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 
2570 ; Century music pub. co., New 
York. 763 

Triumphal march ; from Sigurd 

Jorsalfar, arr. by Edwin Arthur 
Kraft : organ. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 3; E pub. 2223; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 764 

Grosse (Das) heimweh; text von Karl 
Pusch, musik von Max Kaever, of 
Germany, op. 4; mannerchor, a cap- 
pella. 4to. © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929; E for. 2239; Carl 
Engels, Miilheim-Rhur, Germany. 

765 

Grosse kleinigkeiten ; fiinf schlager 
aus Rolf Roder's revue, words by 
Rolf Roder, music by Rolf Roder 
and Felix Werner, both of Germany. 
1. Schwingt das bein. [4 others] © 
Jan. 5, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E 
for. 1886; Rondo-verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 766 

Gruss Gott, Charlott, es war' so schon 
gewesen! foxtrot, worte von Hans 
Pflanzer, musik von Paul A. Hensel, 
of Germany, spezial arr. von Fred 
Ralph [pseud, of Hermann Krome] 
of Germany; orch. pts., with pf. or 
organ 'direction. 4to. © Dec. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E for. 2183 ; 
Musikverlag city, Leipzig. 767 

Guess who ; fox-trot, by Morey David- 
son and Sammy Watkins, arr. by 
Eddie Bard ; orch. pts. with words. 
4to. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; 
E pub. 2980; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 768 

Guess who ; fox-trot song, words and 
music by Morey Davidson and 
Sammy Watkins; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by May Singhi Breen. 
© Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 
2588; Leo Feist, New York. 769 

Gullup, gullup, gullup, knok, knok, 
k'nok; or, Paul Revere, words and 
music by F. L. Johnson. [Words 
and melody only.] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929 ; E unp. 3022 ; Fred L. Johnson, 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 770 

Gunman's (A) farewell; ballad, lyric 
by X [pseud, of Sidney Clare], music 
by Phil Boutelje; in B flat. © Jan. 
25, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 2978 ; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. 771 



Gypsy rose; words by H. Reinschrei- 
ber, music by H. Reinschreiber and 
Johnny Thompson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 3312 ; Henry Reinschreiber, 
Philadelphia. 772 

Gypsy (The) song; where sunset 
meets the sea, from Whoopee, lyrics 
by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Don- 
aldson. © Nov. 9, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; E pub. 2994; Donaldson, 
Douglas & Gumble, inc., New York. 

773 

Habanera ; by Fuentes, transcribed by 
Arthur Hartmann ; violin and pf. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
pub. 2540; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 774 

Haec dies; liturgical text, music by 
Ignatius Wilkens; mixed voices, 
organ ace. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E pub. 2189; J. 
Fischer & bro., New York. 775 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Handel; 
six selected pieces from The water 
music, arr. from the figured bass by 
C. S. Lang, of Great Britain ; pf . bk. 
2. © Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 24; 
E for. 2327; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 776 

Suite ; pour deux violons et pf ., 

arr. par William Murdoch, of Great 
Britain. © Dec. 11, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1929; E for. 1970; Schott & co., 
ltd., London. 777 

Two choruses from L' allegro ; 

words by John Milton, music by G. 
F. Handel, arr. by George Wallace 
Woodworth ; women's voices. 4to. 
1. Or let the merry bells ring round. 
[1 other] © Nov. 23, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 

19, 1929; E pub. 2756 ; E. C. Schirmer 
music co., Boston. 778 

Halt' ich nicht so angst vor meiner 
frau ; slow-fox, worte von Fritz Rot- 
ter, musik von Ralph Erwin, of Aus- 
tria. © Dec. 4, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; 
E for. 1866; Musikverlag city, Leip- 
zig. 779 

Hatt' ich nicht so angst vor meiner 
frau . . . ; slow-fox, worte von Fritz 
Rotter, musik von Ralph Erwin, of 
Austria, spezial-arr. von Fred Ralph 
[pseud, of Hermann Krome], of Ger- 
many; orch. pts,, with pf. or organ 
direction and words. 4to. © Dec. 

20, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E for. 
2182; Musikverlag city, Leipzig. 780 



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no. 1. 1929 



803 



Hallo, hallo! hier Wien ! by Carl 
Zellers and others, potpourri by C. 
Morena, of Germany, op. 169 ; pf. © 
Nov. 20. 192S: 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
for. 2275 ; Josef Weinberger. Leipzig. 

781 

Hallo Helen! fox-trot, by F. Markush. 
of Hungary; oreh. pts. © 1 c. Dec. 
28. 1928: E imp. 3141; Fred Mar- 
kush, Budapest. Hungary. 782 

Halloh, Margot ! du lieber Herrgott ; 
lied u. slow-fox. text von Richard 
Rillo, musik von Fred David, arr. 
von Franz Stolzenwald, both of Ger- 
many ; oreh. pts. 4to. © May 19, 
192S : 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2235 ; 
Edition Meisel & co., G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 783 

Handelsjud (Der) im Dorf; von P. 
Mailer; 1st B flat cornet. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19. 1929: E unp. 2932; Peter 
Muller, Philadelphia. 784 

Happy (The) darkie: by Robert Nolan 
Kerr : pf . © Dec. 14. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
15; E pub. 2369; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 785 

Happy holidays ; by T. Robin Mac- 
La chlan ; pf. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2143 ; Harold Flam- 
mer, inc., New York. 786 

Happy humming bird ; lyric by Mort 
Dixon, music by Harry Woods. © 
Jan. 9, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; E pub. 
2559 ; Remick music Corp., New r 
York. 787 

Happy rhythm ; fox-trot, by Spencer 
Williams, arr. by Ken Macomber ; 
oreh. pts. 4to. © Jan. 28, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 28 ; E pub. 3044 ; Triangle 
music pub. co., inc., New York. 788 

Harbor (The) of home sweet home; 
by Benj. H. Burt and Alfred Solman, 
arr. by Theo. Westman ; male quar- 
tette. 4to. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 23; E pub. 2898; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 789 

Hardeen method for Jews harp ; com- 
piled by M. K. [i. e. M. T. Kendrick] 
and J. H. [i. e. Jack Harden] © 
Feb. 8. 1929; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 11; 
AA 8733; Marjorie Harden, Spring- 
field. Mass. L 790 

Harder studies ; by E. E. Harder ; pf . 
bk. 1. © Dec. 22, 1928: 2 c. Dec. 
26; E pub. 2305; Erwin E. Harder, 
Chicago. 791 

Harebell; by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 2; pf. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2944; B. 
F. Wood music co., Boston. 792 



Hark, ttie glad sound; Christmas an- 
them, words by Philip Doddridge, 
music by II. G. Tovev. © Nov. 1, 
1928 : 2 c. Jan. 14. 1929 ; E pub. 2649 ; 
Herbert G. Tovey, Los Angeles. 793 

Harlem twist : by Fuel Livingston and 
Chauncey Morehouse : E flat alto 
saxophone, with pf. ace. © Jan. 10, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 11; E pub. 2747; 
Bobbins music Corp., New York. 794 

Harlequin ; by John Thompson, op. 42, 
no. 1 ; pf . *© Dec. 29. 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E pub. 2286; Willis music 
co., Cincinnati. 795 

Harmonium -album ; ausgewahlte 
stiicke. von A. Guilmant, E. Elgar, 
etc., bearb. und hrsg. band 3 von S. 
Karg-Elert. of Germany. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; E for. 1798 ; B. 
Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

796 

Harold Teen ; words and music by Joe 
Sanders. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
24 ; E pub. 2932 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 797 

Harp of the North ; words by Walter 
Scott, music by Royal Andrews 
Merwin ; male voices. 4to. © Jan. 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 2985 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 

798- 

Harp of the North, farewell; part 
song, words by Walter Scott, music 
bv Dudley Peele ; men's voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 8; E pub. 
2342: Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

799 

Harris (Dorothy) Ballade; by D. 
Harris, of Great Britain, op. 11 ; pf. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 23 ; E for. 
2348 ; Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 800 

Haste, ye soft gales ; glee for quartet 
or choir, music by G. W. Martin, arr. 
by Hugh S. Roberton, of Great 
Britain ; men's voices. 4to. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 17; E for. 2186; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 801 

Haunting memories ; theme song for 
Should a girl marry, words and mu- 
sic by Irving Bibo ; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Anthony J. Fran- 
chini. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; 
E pub. 2746; Synchro pub. co., New 
York. 802 

Have to change keys to play the blues ; 
by E. Lang. [Melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 2902 ; Ed Lang, 
New York. 803 



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pt. in, n. s„ v. 24 



Have you forgotten ; waltz ballad, 
words and music by B. H. Carlson. 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E pub. 
2S26; Bert H. Carlson, Kahului, 
Maui, T. H. 804 

Haven't I ; fox-trot, words and music 
by Harry Tilsley and Sherman My- 
ers, of Great Britain ; pf . and uku- 
lele ace. [Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations] © Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
26; E for. 2372; Cecil Lennox, ltd., 
London. 805 

Hawaii ; words by M. F. Johnston, 
music by George P. Hulten. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1929; E urip. 3193; Mary Fairchild 
Johnston, Burlingame. Calif. 806 

Hawaiian-ukulele method ; for self in- 
struction, by G. Domingo, obi. 12mo. 
© July 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 4 ; E pub. 
2194 ; Gregorio Domingo, Berlin. 807 

Hawkes (The) photo-play series; pf. 
album no. 19, by Edouard Patou, of 
Great Britain. 1. At bay. [5 oth- 
ers] © Dec. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 21 ; 
E for. 1777; Hawkes & son (Lon- 
don) ltd., London. 808 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Rondo; finale 
of the G major symphony, no. 13, 
transcr.bed by Louis Persinger ; vio- 
lin and pf. © Dec. 11, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2499; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 809 

Haymakers' dance ; by W. A. Mont- 
gomery, of Great Britain, op. 38, 
no. 1; pf. © Jan. 21, 1929: 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 2952; B. F. Wood 
music co., Boston. 810 

He careth for me; hymn, words by 
Vida Munden Nixon, music by R. E. 
Winsett. © Jan. 15, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 17; E pub. 2809; Robert Em- 
met Winsett, Chattanooga. 811 

He is risen ! Easter service for Sun- 
day schools and week day church 
schools, arr. by Emma Hoppe Hun- 
ton. 8vo. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 2; aff. Jan., 31; AA 9273; 
Board of publication of the United 
Lutheran church in America, Phila- 
delphia. . 812 

He's my daddy pop now, I'm her daddy 
pop now; romantic fox-trot -ballad, 
words by R. C. Dillmore, music by 
Edward J. Paynter. © Dec. 21, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E pub. 
2780; Richard C. Dillmore, Phila- 
delphia. 813 

He's so unusual ; words and music by 
Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Abner 



Silver; pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
A. J. Franchini. © Jan. 9, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 10 ; E pub. 2479 ; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co.. inc., New York. 

814 

Pie said it with flowers ; lyric by F. 
Downey, music by M. Hamilton. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3131; Morris 
Hamilton and Fairfax Downey, New 
York. 815 

He, she, and me; words by Charles 
Newman, music by Carmen Lom- 
bardo, arr. by Rube Bennett; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 2825; Milton 
Weil music co., Chicago. 816 

He was born in a manger ; words and 
music by J. M. Gates. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; 
E unp. 2677; P. C. Brockman, At- 
lanta. 817 

Heart and soul ; old-fashioned love 
song, words and music by G. V. 
Wright. Los Angeles, Calif., Arroyo 
press. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 8; 
E pub. 2327; George Veach Wright, 
Los Angeles. 818 

Heart (The) of a boy; fox-trot, lyric 
and music by M. H. R. Cook. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 11, 1928; E unp. 2440: Mary 
Hungerford Robinson Cook. Watson- 
ville, Calif. 819 

Heaven sent my heart a song ; words 
by T. Mundy and George Wehner, 
music by Dawn Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1929: E unp. 2874; Talbot 
Mundy, New York. 820 

Heil, deutsches lied ; worte von Kurt 
Reiche, musik von Otto Spreckelsen, 
of Germany ; mannerchor. 4to. © 
Oct. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 
2049; Schweers & Haake, Bremen, 
Germany. 821 

Heilman (William Clifford) Suite of 
dances; violin and pf. © Dec. 24, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2843 : 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 822 

Hello sunshine hello; words by Charles 
Tobias and Jack Murray, music by 
Henry H. Tobias. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E 
unp. 3065 ; De Sylva, Brown and 
Henderson, inc., New York. 823 

Hemp (A) spinner of Cartago; by 
Marie Louise Evans; pf. © Jan. 16, 
V.V29; 2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 2751; 
Clayton F. Suinmy co., Chicago. 824 



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no. 1. 1920 



846 



Here comes my ball and chain ; words 
by Lou Davis, music by J. Fred 
Coots, pf. a it. by Charles Maxwell 
Smith ; ukulele arr. by May Singhi 
Breen. © Jan. 28, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
30: E pub. 3070; Spier & Coslow, 
inc.. New York. 825 

Here is my heart ; lyrics by Patricia 
O'Hearn, music by Minzde and 
Victor Zentner. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 
2G62 ; Anne Nichols, New York. 826 

Hesitatin' Jim ; words and music by 
H. G. Dazey. © 1 c. Jan. 10. 1929; 
E unp. 3034 ; H. Gladys Dazey, Ham- 
ilton, O. 827 

Hesse (Adolph Friedrich) Fantasie ; 
arr. by Clarence Dickinson and Char- 
lotte Mathewson Lockwood ; organ 
duet. © Jan. 2, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 3; 
E pub. 2218; H. W. Gray Co., New 
York. 828 

Beureux (L") retour a la vie; par 
Maurice Pesse, of France ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2154 ; 
Choudens, Paris. 829 

Heut' spielt mein Sebastian; slow-fox, 
sehr frei nach Liszt, text u. musik 
von Charles Amberg u. Hugo Wiener, 
of Germany ; pf . arr. by Otto Linde- 
mann. © Aug. 22, 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1908; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 830 

Hey: Hey! Did you ever meet Mae? 
words and music by B. Sawyer. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E unp. 3112 ; Billy 
Sawyer, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. 831 

Hiaba hazudja azt . . . ; tango, Ilniczky 
Laszlo verse, Nador Jozsef. of Hun- 
gary, zeneje. © Jan. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 7 ; E for. 1365 ; Kalman Nador, 
Budapest, Hungary. 832 

High up on a hill-top ; fox-trot, words 
and music by Abel Baer. Ian Camp- 
bell and George Whiting, arr. by Tom 
Satterfield: orch. © Jan. 5, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 7 : E pub. 2347 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 833 

Him and her ; an argument, by M. L. 
Lake; full orch. with duet for clari- 
net and trombone and pf. or organ 
conductor. 4to. © Dec. 26, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2514; 
Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 834 

Himmelszecher (Der) ich bild mir ein, 
im himmel miisste sein ein blondes 
Magdelein ; foxtrot, text von Armin 
Jongg [pseud, of Armin Schulen- 



burg] und Hermann Krome, musik 
von H. Krome. of Germany. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; E for. 2340; 
Drei masken verlag, a. g., Berlin. 

835 
Hiram Hawkins, neow I don't come to 
teown very often but when I do la- 
de-da ; words and music by F. W, 
Petrie. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3174; 
Fred Wallace Petrie, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 836 

His glory is shining for me ; hymn, 
words by James Rowe, music by C. 
W. Vaughan. © Oct. 1. 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 29; E pub. 2550; Chas. W. 
Vaughan, Lawrenceberg, Tenn. 837 

His haven ; sacred song, words and 
music by Bernard Hamblen ; med., 
in F. New York. Chappell- Harms, 
inc. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; E 
pub. 2533; Harms, inc., New York. 

838 

His love is over me ; words by W. C. 
Poole, music by D. M. Shanks. © 
Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; E 
pub. 3087 : Robert Emmet Winsett, 
Chattanooga. 839 

Hohe (Das) lied der treue ; text von 
E. Krenge, musik von Hugo Kaun, of 
Germany ; mannerchor. a cappella. 
4to. © Nov. 6. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2224 ; Amsel-verlag, Ber- 
lin- Siidende, Germany. 840 

Hohe schule der doppelgriff-technik 
virtuosen-studien fur violine (High 
school of double stop technique vir- 
tuoso studies for violin) ; von Fer- 
dinand Carri, op. 22. 3 hefte. © 
Sept. 13, 1928; 1 c. each Sept. 29; 
1 c. each Nov. 27 ; E pub. 2576-2578 ; 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

841-843 

Hold everything ; selection, by Ray 
Henderson, arr. by Oscar Radin ; pf. 
© Dec. 5, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 6 ; E pub. 
1252; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc., New York. 844 

Hold me fast; hymn, words by Mrs. 
Hester W. Templin, music by F. L. 
Templin. © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
11 ; E pub. 2965 ; Frank L. Templin, 
Nardin, Okl. 845 

Hollaender (Friedrich) Die 5 revue 
schlager aus Es kommt jeder dran ; 
text und musik von F. Hollaender, 
of Germany. Es kommt jeder dran. 
[4 others] © July 11, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1894; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 846 



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Hollaender (Victor) Canzonetta ; arr. 
by Albert Harvey; 1st and 2nd vio- 
lins with pf. ace. © Jan. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 16 ; E pub. 2708 ; Fred Helt- 
man co., Cleveland. 847 

Holler whoopee; words and music by 
Tom Donahue. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 4. 1929; E imp, 
2505 ; Thomas A. Donahue, Cleve- 
land. 848 

Holy (The) Child; cantata on the 
nativity of our Lord, words compiled 
by A. Garfield Howe, music by Eric 
Gritton, of Great Britain. 4to. © 
Dec. 10, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
for. 2081; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 849 

Home (The) at the end of my dreams ; 
lyric by Joseph McCarthy, music by 
James V. Monaco. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E 
imp. 2884 ; Remick music corp., New 
York. 850 

Home from school ; march, by Walter 
Rolfe; pf. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. obi. 8vo. © Dec. 
29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2155 ; Reginald K. Liversidge, Law- 
rence, Mass. 851 

Home (The) of the home-sick soul; 
hymn, words by Johnson Oatman, 
jr., music by J. D. Vaughan. © 
Sept. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; E pub. 
2606 ; James D. Yaughan, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. 852 

Homeward to you ; words by Royden 
Barrie, music by Eric Coates, of 
Great Britain. © Dec. 10, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 10. 1929 ; E for. 2306 ; Chappell 
& co., ltd., London. 853 

Honest I'm in love with you ; words 
and music by Johnny Tucker, Joe 
Schuster and Rudy Vallee ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2429 ; M. Wltmark & 
sons, New York. 854 

Honey ; words and music by A. A. 
Braynard ; pf . © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3066 ; Alice A. Braynard, Mt. 

Vernon, N. Y. 855 

Honolulu nights; words by Margaret 
and Erol Van Orden, music by F. L. 
Altizer ; pf. and ukulele ace. [Pho- 
tostat] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E unp. 
2544 ; Frank L. Altizer, Los Angeles. 

856 

Hoover ; marcha, por F. A. Torres, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Los Angeles; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 



3028 ; Francisco A. 
Angeles. 



Torres, Los 

857 



Hop (The) off; galop, by Hugo Frey ; 
orch. 4to. © Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 5 ; E pub. 2281 ; Bobbins music 
corp., New York. 858 

Hopak; par M. Moussorgsky, arr. par 
Samuel Dushkin ; violon et pf . © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 2 c. Dec. 22; E pub. 
2184; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, 
Germany. 859 

Horatious ; words and music by F. H. 
Behr, arr. by Frank C. Murphy. © 
Jan. 19, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 22; E pub. 

2862; Frederic H. Behr, New York. 

860 

Hot and bothered ; by Duke Ellington ; 
pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1929; E pub. 2896; Gotham music 
service, inc., New York. 861 

Hot and bothered; words by Benee 
Russell, music by Abner Silver; pf. 
ace. with ukulele arr. by A. J. 
Franchini. © Jan. 9, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 10 ; E pub. 2480 ; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc., New York. 862 

Hot dogs ; words by Sam Robinson and 
Pearl Taylor, music by R. Sauer. 
© Jan. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; E pub. 
2755 ; Robert Sauer, Provo, Utah. 

863 

Hot time in Caroline ; words and music 
by A. A. McKenzie. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929 ; E unp. 3010 ; Archie Alexander 
McKenzie, Albemarle, N. C. 864 

Hotsy totsy baby ; words and music by 
Daca. © 1 e. Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 
2724; Harry Payne Reeves, New 
York. 865 

Hour (The) you gave your heart to 
me ; words and music by L. Herscher 
and L. Parris. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E imp. 2878; Louis Herscher and 
Lewis Parris, Philadelphia. 866 

House (The) boat on the Styx; from 
the musical play, lyrics by Monte 
Carlo, music by Alma Sanders; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 19, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 21; E pub. 2168; Harms, 
inc., New York. 867 

How can I be good, when there's so 
many bad girls around? words and 
music by Bennie McLaughlin [i. e. 
B. H. McLaughlin] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E unp. 2499; Bernard Howard 
McLaughlin, Cambridge, Mass. 868 



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How can they look so hot. be so cold : 
words and music by J. Vollmer. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 29. 1929 ; E unp. 3269 ; James 
Vollmer, Philadelphia. 869 

How'd ja do; words and music by 
F. J. Lynch. [Words and melody 
only] ©lc. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 
3047; Frank Joseph Lynch, New 

York. S70 

How long wilt Thou forget me? 
anthem, words from Psalm 13. 
music by Charles V. Stanford, of 
Great Britain ; mixed voices ; organ 
ace. 4to. © Dec. 21, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 31; E for. 2077; Stainer & 
Bell, ltd., London. S71 

How lovely are Thy dwellings ; an- 
them, words from Psalm 84, music 
by F. J. Horwood ; mixed voices. 
with pf. or organ ace 4to. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E pub. 2769; Dean-Phillips, Chi r 
cago. 872 

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds ; 
hymn-anthem, words by John New- 
ton, music by Charles Huerter; 
mixed voices. 4to. © Jan. 23, 
1920; 2 c. Jan. 25: E pub. 2918: 
Boston music co., Boston. 873 

Hula moon : words by Mabelle Fran- 
cis, music by J. Werldell. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929 : E unp. 2731 ; Johnny Weddell, 
Oakland, Calif. 874 

Humoreske ; by G. Karganoff, arr. by 
Giovanni E. Conterno; pf. © Jan. 
2. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2262; 
Emil Ascher, me., New York. 875 

Humoresque ; by Francis William 
Massi-Hardman, of Great Britain ; 
pf. ; in C min. © Nov. 24. 1928: 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1929: E for. 1973; Au- 
gener, ltd.. London. 876 

Hungarian rhapsody, no. 1 ; by Charles 
Kovacs. op. 84. 1. Violin and pf. — 
2. 2 violins and pf. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 10. 1929 ; E pub. 
2486, 2488; Carl Fischer, inc.. New 
York. 877, 878 

Hungarian rhapsody, no. 2 ; by Charles 
Kovacs. op. 85 ; violin and pf. © 
Nov. 20. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929; 
E pub. 2487 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 879 

Hurdy-gurdy, sounds of spring ; by K. 
L. Richards op. 36 : melody with pf. 
ace. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929: E unp. 
3246; Katherine Louise Richards, 
New York. 880 



Hutchinson's rag; by F. Hutchison 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2895 : Frank Hutchison, Big 
Creek, W. Va. 881 

Hymn of gladness ; Easter anthem, 
w>rds by C. Wordsworth, music by 
R. M. Stults; mixed voices. © Jan. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; E pub. 3096 ; 
Theodore Pressor co., Philadelphia. 

882 

I adore you ; lyric by Merle Van Zandt, 
music by M. Stein ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 
2923; Mildred Stein, Denver. 883 

I always think of you : lyrics and mu- 
sic by Eva May Leach. © Oct. 26, 
1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 31 ; E pub. 2632 ; Otto 
F. Janda prop. Spotlight music co., 
Boston. 884 

I am so blue, waiting for you; words 
by Tosh Hammed, music by Benja- 
min Garrison. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2584 ; Harrison Godwin Smith, New 
York. 885 

I believe in you ; from Yankee Doodle, 
words and music by Shatter How- 
ard ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 2900 : 
Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. 886 

I believe it, don't you; hymn, words 
by James Rowe, music by J. M. Hen- 
son. © Jan. 15. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; 
E. pub. 2810; Robert Emmet Win- 
sett, Chattanooga. 887 

I bought some chewing gum ; words 
and music by B. Samberg. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3289; Benja- 
min Samberg, Brooklyn. 888 

I can't forget vou ; lyric and melody 
by C. S. Oden. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3287; Clarence S. Oden, St. 
Laurel, Miss. 889 

I could forget you; words and music 
by Sid Silvers and Phil Baker; pf. 
ace, with ukulele arr. by A. J. Fran- 
chini. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; 
E pub. 2481; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
co., inc., New York. 890 

I could give up anything but you ; 
from Follow thru, words and music 
by B. G. De Sylva [pseud, of George 
Gard De Sylva], Lew Brown and 
Ray Henderson ; pf . ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by Joseph M. Weiss. © 
Dec. 28, 1929: 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 
2065; De Sylva. Brown & Hender- 
son, inc.. New York. 891 



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I couldn't if I wanted to — wouldn't if 
I could ; words and music by Jack 
Palmer and Irving Mills. © Dec. 
21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E pub. 
2719; Mills music, inc., New York. 

892 

I'd come back to you ; lyric and music 
by M. Rosumny. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1929; E unp. 3232; Max Rosumny, 
Los Angeles. 893 

I'd rather be blue over you, than be 
happy with somebody else ; words by 
Billy Rose, music by Fred Fisher. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2163 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 894 

I done caught you blues; words and 
music by Harold Gray and Irving 
Mills. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E pub. 2662; Gotham music 
service, inc., New York. 895 

I dream of you ; words and music by 
H. Piper. © Dec. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929 ; E. pub. 2231 ; Harold Piper, 
Lawrence, Mass. 896 

I feel rosy all over ; words and mu- 
sic by F. J. Lynch. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; 
E unp. 4038; Frank Joseph Lynch, 

New York. 897 

I found happiness, when I found you; 
words by Lew Pollack, music by 
Erno Rapee. © Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 7; E pub. 2279; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New 
York. 898 

Same. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

9 ; E pub. 2469 ; De Sylva, Brown & 
' Henderson, inc., New York. 899 

I found my happiness ; words and mu- 
sic by L. J. Halpern. © lc. Jan. 7, 
1929; E unp. 2574; Louis Joseph 
Halpern, Chicago. 900 

I found my paradise when I found 
you ; words and music by T. W. 
Thurban, of Great Britain. © Jan. 
3, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 4; E for. 2013; 
Cary & co., London. 901 

I found my sunshine in the rain ; 
words and music by Buddy Valen- 
tine and Irving Mills ; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
14, 1929 ; E pub. 2663 : Gotham music 
service, inc., New York. 902 

I found you ; lyrics by J. Keirn Bren- 
nan, music by Ralph Benatzky, 
adapted by Maurie Rubens. [Words 
and melody onlyl © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1928; E unp. 2563; Gerson H. Wer- 
ner, New York. 903 



I have found my silver lining ; words 
and music by Frank and Pat Baffa 
[i. e. Patrick Baffa] © 1 c. Jan. 
;L6, 1929 ; E unp. 2856 ; Patrick Baffa, 
Jersey City. 904 

I have never known the Lord to fail; 
hymn, words and music by G. W. 
Cooke. © Aug. 15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
14, 1929; E pub. 2716; Geo. W. 
Cooke, Wilmington, Del. 905 

I have you and you have me ; by J. R. 
Pick ; melody with pf . ace. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2586; Joseph 
Richard Pick, Chicago. 906 

I hear the bells across the sea ; hymn, 
words by Henry Burton, music by 
H. L. Harts. © Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 5; E pub. 2180; Earl Enyeart 
Harper, Evansville, Ind. 907 

I hear thee sweetly singing, nightin- 
gale ; words by Carl John Bostel- 
mann, music by Ida Bostelmann ; 
med. voice. © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2842; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 908 

I heard a chirp ; words by Esther Wolli- 
son, music by L. J. Oscar Fontaine, 
op. 166, no. 6 ; sop. © Dec. 28, 1828 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2411; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 909 

I kiss your hand, madame ; intermezzo, 
music by Ralph Erwin, orch. by Fred 
Ralph [pseud, of Hermann Krome], 
of Germany ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. (In Chappell's orchestral 
journal) © Jan. 16. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
30 ; E for. 2375 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [© English edition ar- 
ranged for orchestra] 910 

I kiss your hand, madame; words by 
Adrian Ross, of Great Britain, music 
bv Ralph Erwin. New ed. © Dec. 
28, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 29; E for. 1773; 
Chappell & co., ltd., London. 911 

I kiss your hand, madame; words by 
W. A., of Great Britain, music by 
Ralph Erwin. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 30 ; E for. 2374 ; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. [© New edition] 912 

I know not how that Bethlehem's 
Babe; hymn, words by Harry Webb 
Farrington, music by E. E. Harper. 
© Dec. 3, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; E pub. 
2182 ; Earl Enyeart Harper, Evans- 
ville, Ind. 913 

I know that you know that you love 
me ; waltz song, words by Happy 
Jack Himeniz [i. e. John Himeniz], 
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Fleming. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 1929; E 
nnp. 3027 ; John Hirneniz, Nyssa, 
Or. 914 

I like my booze ; words by H. Engler, 
music by Clifton Crafty. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E imp. 2783; Harold Engler, 
Carville, La. 915 

I like the night time : words and music 
by K. D. Henderson. © Mar. 7. 192S ; 
2 c. Dec. 12 ; E pub. 2230 ; Kay Dover 
Henderson, Larchmont, N. Y. 916 

I live in this world for you ; waltz 
song, words and music by T. A. 
Gillen. New York City, Frank 
Hardins. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
24, 1929: E pub. 2914; Thomas A. 
Gillen, Brooklyn. 917 

I'll always love just you; words and 
music by B. Solomon. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E imp. 2SS7 ; Berenice Solomon, Chi- 
cago. 918 

I'll be waiting at the end of the rain- 
bow ; words and music by B. G. 
Trimble. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
imp. 2446; Bernice Gruver Trimble, 
San Jose, Calif. 919 

I'll follow you sweetheart ; words and 
music by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and 
Abner Silver. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 
2993 ; De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 
inc., New York. 920 

I'll laugh at you some day ; words and 
music by J. A. Braden. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929: E unp. 2704; James A. 
Braden, Kansas City, Mo. 921 

I'll love you forever more; words and 
music by F. H. De Nobile. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929: E unp. 2461; Frank 
Henry De Nobile, Brooklyn. 922 

I'll tell the world you're all the world 
to me ; words and music by Roy Turk 
and Fred E. Ahlert. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E unp. 2886 ; Remick music corp., 
New York. 923 

I long for the song of the pine trees 
tall ; lyric by Maude Darneille. music 
by Irene Darneille. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1929 : E unp. 3055 ; Villa Moret, inc.. 
San Francisco. 924 

I love the dear Columbia ; words by 
G. W. Cook, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2816; Geo. AY. Cook, Rainier, Or. 

925 

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I love to live, 'cause I live to love no 
one but you ; words and, music by 
Jack Major, arr. by Rube Bennett; 
pi', and ukulele ace. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 3029; Milton 
Weil music co., Chicago. 926 

I'm always building castles in the air ; 
words and music by Alice White. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929: E imp. 3182; Hughes 
Bailey & co., inc., New York. 927 

I'm glad I fell for you; from Lucky 
girl, words by Douglas Furber, R. P. 
Weston, and Bert Lee, music by 
Philip Charig. London, New York 
& Sydney. Chappell & co„ ltd. © 
Dec. 10, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 
2170 ; Harms, inc., New York. 928 

I'm going back to see my sweetheart ; 
words and music by R. Larsh. © 
Jan. 9. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 
2827; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 929 

I'm going to be in the old home town ; 
lyric and melody by P. L. Geer, har- 
mony and arrangement by Arthur 
Lee Mancebo. [Mimeograph] © 1 
c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 2607 ; Paul L. 
Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 930 

I'm gon'a pack my trubbles in the 
snow ball man, and they soon will 
melt away ; words and music by J. 
Brockman. [Words and melodv 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 
3226 ; James Brockman, Los An- 
geles. 931 

I'm gonna be happy, from now on ; 
words and music by C. and F. 
Emler. © Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
19; E pub. 2784; Carl Emler and 
Frank Emler, San Francisco. 932 

I'm in love at last ; words and music 
by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 11. 1929 ; E unp. 26S1 ; Spier & 
Coslow, inc., New York. 933 

I'm leavin' my troubles behind ; words 
and music by Jack Palmer and Irv- 
ing Mills : pf . ace, with ukulele arr. 
by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2664; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 934 

I'm lonely ; music by Eric Coates, orch. 
by Max Irwin, of Great Britain ; 
orch. pts., with words. 4to. © Dec. 
13. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E for. 
2300; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

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I'm looking for tulips to kiss my trou- 
bles away; words and music by 
Porter Grainger, Russell Smith, and 
Irving Mills ; pf . and ukulele ace. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2735; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 936 

I'm not sorry ; words by Jack Yellen, 
music by Milton Ager ; pf. and uku 
lele ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
3; E pub. 2201; Ager, Yellen & 
Bornstein, inc., New York. 937 

I'm saving my kisses for you; lyrics 
by Pat Lawlor [i. e. Patricia Law- 
lor], and Ernie Burnett, melody by 
E. Burnett. [Chords single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3276; 
Ernest M. Burnett, Chicago. 938 

I'm so happy now ; words and music 
by H. D. Conaway and Sibyl Bran- 
non. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 
2723; Harold D. Conaway, Austin, 
Tex. 939 

I'm sorry; words and music by Jack 
Scholl and Irving Mills ; pf . ace, 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E 
pub. 2736 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 940 

I'm sorry Sally ; fox-trot, words by Gus 
Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito, arr. by 
Tom Satterfield ; orch. pts., with 
words, © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; 
E pub. 2727; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 941 

I'm talking about my wonderful gal ; 
words by Al Koppell, music by 
Frank Galassi and Irving Mills ; pf . 
ace, with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. 
© Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2665 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 942 

I'm thirsty for kisses, hungry for love, 
lonely, with only just me; fox-trot, 
by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots, 
arr. by Frank Skinner ; dance orch. 
pts. with words. 4to. © Jan. 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 3035 ; M. 
Witmark & sons, New York. 943 

I'm waiting; words and music by W. 
T. McPherson. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3297; William Tamer Mc- 
Pherson, Portsmouth, Va. 944 

I'm wild about you ; words and music 
by J. E. Redrick. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 
2494; James Edward Redrick, New 
York. 945 

I may forget ; words and music by C. 
Steindel. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 



unp. 2702; Charlotte Steindel, Chi- 
cago. 946 

I need a man around my house ; words 
by Tosh Hammed, music by Benja- 
min Garrison. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2572 ; Harrison Godwin Smith, New 
York. 947 

I promise to dream of you sweetheart, 
if you will dream of me ; words and 
music by J. R. Kelley ; with duet for 

. sop. and alto, arr. by James Don 
Cook. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1928 ; E unp. 
3237; James R. Kelley, Detroit. 

948 

I see your eyes ; words and music by 
Beatrice James [pseud, of B. G. Pol- 
lak] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Dec. 11, 1928 ; E unp. 2626 ; Bea- 
trice Gertrude Pollak, New York. 

949 

I stole a kiss from a dear little miss ; 
words by S. Graves-Grange, music 
by Robert Van Sickle. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2785; Sigrid Graves-Grange, 
Sherman, S. D. 950 

I surrender; words by Wilfred J. 

Funk, music by C. Maduro. New 
York Ciry, O. Flaschner music co. 
© Nov. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2552 ; Charles Maduro, New 
York. 951 

I thank my lucky stars that I found 
you ; words and music by L. A. Har- 
line. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3135; 
Leigh Adrean Harline, San Fran- 
cisco. 952 

I treasure you ; lyric by Edgar Leslie, 
music by Jimmie Monaco. © Jan. 
9, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; E pub. 2560; 
Remick music Corp., New York. 953 

I used to be a shrinking vy-let but I'm 
a tiger lily now ; words and music 
by Geo. J. Bennett and Sam Carlton. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1928; E unp, 2992; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 954 

I've been so blue ; lyrics and music by 
R. A. Reamer. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1928; E unp. 
2620; Robert A. Reamer, New York. 

955 

I've been trying to forget; words and 
music by M. Whalen. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3208; Molly Whalen, Genesee, 
Id. 956 



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979 



I've fallen in love with just you : words 
and music by F. J. Morrow. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1929 : E unp. 2830 ; Frederick James 
Morrow, Hampton Roads, Ya. 957 

I've got a new girl; words and music 
by J. Landberg. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 12. 1929; E imp. 
2727 : Jack Landberg, Philadelphia. 

958 

I've got a new sweetheart ; words and 
music by H. Wilkinson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14. 1929 ; 
E unp. 2776 ; Howard Wilkinson, 
Baltimore. 959 

I've got a sunshine baby for a rainy 
day ; words and music by Ray 
Brown and James Brennan. © Jan. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E pub. 2743 ; 
living Berlin, inc.. New York. 960 

I've uot that thing; by L. Russell. 

[Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 

E unp. 3291 ; Luis Russell. New York. 

961 
I've got to find a new sweet mama ; 

words and music by J. Smidl. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3111; 

Joseph Smidl, Westmont, 111. 962 

I've never met a girl that made a hit 
with me ; words and music by D. K. 
Alexander. © 1 c. Jan. 19. 1929; 
E unp. 2944 ; Dorothy K. Alexander. 
Salt Lake City. 963 

I want somebody to love ; words and 
music by Irving Morris [i. e. I. M. 
Schlenoff] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 
2854 ; Irving Morris Schlenoff, Balti- 
more. 964 

I want someone; words and music by 
Lou Sternschuss, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929: E unp. 2985; Louis Samuel 
Sternschuss, jr., New Haven. 965 

I want to be bad ; from Follow thru, 
words and music by B. G. Da Sylva 
[pseud, of George Gard De Sylva], 
Lew Brown and Ray Henderson ; pf . 
ace, with ukulele arr. bv Joseph M. 
Weiss. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31; E pub. 2066: De Sylva, Brown 
and Henderson, inc., New York. 966 

I want to come back and make you 
mine; ballad, lyric by E. Gewiss, 
music by Neil Navarre. Boston, 
Mass., Mayer & Mayer music pub. co. 
© Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 
2802; Emma Gewiss, Milwaukee. 

967 

I want you back again ; words and 
music by **• Fisher. [Words and 



melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; 
E unp. 2650: Herbert Fisher, Phila- 
delphia. 968 

I want you. I need you ; words and 
music by L. De Ville. © 1 c. Jan. 
8. 1929 ; E unp. 2591 ; Leo De Ville, 
Los Angeles. 969 

I want you now dear : words and music 
by B. Frederick. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929: E imp. 3017; Billy Frederick, 
Baltimore. 970 

I was only jealous of you ; words by 
C. D. Furst, music by Bauer bros. ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 3031; 
Charles Dellen Furst, Chicago. 971 

I will miss you ; words and music by 
A. A. Hesse. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
2771 ; Ardyce Aker Hesse, Milwau- 
kee. 972 

I will sing for you my love song ; fox- 
trot song, by W. Moreno, of Mexico, 
domiciled at New York; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 3240 ; Wenceslao 
Moreno, New York. 973 

I wish I had a talking picture of you ; 
fox-trot, words by Reginald Arkell, 
music by H. M. Tennent. of Great 
Britain. © Dec. 12, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
8. 1929: E for. 2304; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 974 

I wish I knew : words by Will J. 
Harris, music by Victor Young ; pf . 
ace. with ukulele arr. by Dan 
Dougherty. © Jan. 2. 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 
3 ; E pub. 2204 ; Ager, Yellen & 
Bornstein. inc., New York. 975 

I wonder if you still love me; words 
by L. Bradley, music by Robert Van 
Sickle. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2778; 
LeRoy Bradley, Cleveland. 976 

I wonder why I love you ; words and 
music by P. Williams. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3160 ; Pansy Williams, Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. 977 

I would die without you ; song-fox-trot, 
by W. Moreno, of Mexico, domiciled 
at New York; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3238; Wenceslao 
Moreno, New York. 978 

Ich benk noch die oigen; words and 
music by S. Secunda. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928 ; 
E unp. 2476; Samuel Secunda, 
Brooklyn. 979 



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980 



pt. in, n. s,, v. 24 



Ich fahr mit meiner Erika ; slow-fox, 
text von Artur Rebner, musik von 
Hugo Hirsch, of Germany, erleich- 
tertes klavier — arr. von Otto Linde- 
mann. © Oct. 27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1943; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H, Berlin. 980 

Ich habe beute nacht von dir so stiss 
getraumt ; foxtrot, text von Ch. Am- 
berg, musik von Fred Raymond, of 
Austria. © Dec. 4, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
29; E for. 1865; Musikverlag city, 
Leipzig. 981 

Ich kann nicht nein sagen ; foxtrot, 
text und musik von Willy Rosen, of 
Germany ; pf. arr. by Otto Linde- 
mann. © Aug. 24, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1911; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 982 

Ich kannte eine ! lied und blues, text 
von Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Willy 
Engel-Berger, of Austria. © Nov. 
20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E for. 
2274 ; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 

983 

Ich sah die Liesbeth im paradiesbett ; 
text von Robert Gilbert, musik von 
Will Rollins, of Germany. © Oct. 
4, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1942; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 984 

Ich trimme jede nacht von Elisabeth! 
aus Der dichters ehrentag, worte 
und musik von Friedrich Hollaen- 
der, of Germany. © Sept. 2, 1927; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1919 ; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 985 

Ich weiss bescheid, ich bin im bilde ; 
step und marschlied. text von Ch. 
Amberg u. Friedr. Schwarz, musik 
von Percy Milton, spezial-arr. von 
Fred Ralph [pseud, of Hermann 
Krome], of Germany; orch. pts., 
with pf. direction. 4to. © Feb. 3, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2253 ; 
Ries & Erler, G. m. b. H.. Berlin. 

986 

Ideal man ; words and music by M. D. 
Waller. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3264; 
Miriam Deacy Waller, New York. 

987 

Ideale waltz ; by T. Bongiorno, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York ; vio- 
lin. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 
3339; Tony Bongiorno, New York. 

988 

Idilio; solo or duet, by Theodore Lack, 
arr. by Calvin Grooms ; pts. for E 
flat alto, B flat ten. and C melody 
saxophones, with pf. ace. © Jan. 



2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2572; 
Century music pub. co., New York. 

989 

Idiosyncrasies; for pf., by L. Kroll. 
nos. 1-3. New York City, O. Flasch- 
ner music co., inc. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 29; E pub. 2702; Louis 
Kroll, Bronxville, N. Y. 990 

Idlers (The) ; humorous duet, written 
by Robert Rutherford, composed by 
Harold Arpthorp, of Great Britain. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
E for. 2200 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

991 

Idylle ; by Charles E. Overholt ; organ. 
© Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; E 
pub. 2374 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 992 

If all of my dreams came true ; waltz 
ballad, lyrics by J. W. Gallan, music 
by M. Paul Manganella ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3224; J. W. Gallan, North 
Wales, Pa. 993 

If I could forget like you; words and 
music by T. E. Evans. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3196 ; Thomas E. Evans. Oly- 
phant, Pa. 994 

If I didn't have you ; words and music 
by G. L. Long. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 
2449 ; Glynn Lea Long, New Orleans. 

995 

If I had you ; fox-trot, words and mu- 
sic by Ted. Shapiro, Jimmy Camp- 
bell and Reg. Connelly ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Hank Linet. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 29: E pub. 
2627 ; Robbins music corp., New 
York. 996 

If I were you, dear, and you were me ; 
fox-trot, words and music by Van 
Phillips, of Great Britain ; pf . ace. 
with basjulele banjo and ukulele 
arr. by Keech. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Dec. 6, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1928; E for. 1984; Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 

997 

If the heart is right with God ; hymn, 
words and music by E. F. Stanton. 
© Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; E pub. 
2815 ; Robert Emmet Winsett, Chat- 
tanooga. 998 

If the whole world loves a lover, the 
world's in love with me ; words by 
Tommie Malie, music by Little Jack 



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no. 1. 1929 



1021 



Little, arr. by Rube Bennett ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 19; E pub. 2835; Milton Weil 
music co., Chicago. 999 

If you can care for someone; words 
and music by H. G. Schmitt. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 15. 1929; E imp. 2829; Helen 
Gray Schmitt. New York. 1000 

If you really love your baby : words 
by Andy Razaf. music by J. C. John- 
son. [Words and melody onlv] yj 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3089; 
Georgia music co., New York. 1001 

Im Argonnenwald ; text von H. Schu- 
macher, musik von H. Behr. © 
Jan. 23. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 
3032; Herman Behr, New York. 

1002 

Immortalis ; words and music by Ed- 
win Walker. 1. High voice, in E 
flat. — 2. Med. voice, in C. © Dec. 
24. 1928: 2 c. each Jan. 8, 1929; E 
pub. 2344 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

1003 

Impressions ; six short pieces for the 
piano, by G. Bagby. 1. Romanza. 
[5 others] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
unp. 2804 ; George Bagby, New York. 

1004 

Impressions paiennes ; partition 
d'orch., par V. Davico, of Italy. 1. 
Couchant sur la nier Tyrrhenienne. 
[3 others] © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 19; E for. 1827; Editions Max 
Eschig, Paris. 1005 

Improved (The) paramount method 
for baritone, bass clef; by W. J. 
Smith. © Jan. 31, 1929: 2 c. and 
aff . Feb. 2 ; AA 8269 ; Wm. J. Smith 
music co., inc.. New York. 1006 

Improved (The) paramount method 
for slide trombone, in bass clef; by 
W. J. Smith. © Jan. 31. 1929 : 2 c. 
and aff. Feb. 2; AA §268; Wm. J. 
Smith music co., inc., New York. 

1007 

In a bungalow; lyric by Morris A. 
Nunes, music and arr. by F. Konitz. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 2770; 
Morris Nunes and Frank Konitz, 
New Haven. 1008 

In a great big way ; from Hello daddy, 
words by Drothy Fields, music by 
Jimmy McHugh : pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; E pub. 
2178 ; Mills music, inc. and Harms, 
inc., New York. 1009 

In a little bungalow : words and mu- 
sic by C. H. Nutter ; pf .. ukulele and 



banjulele banjo ace. © Jan. 16, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 19; E pub. 2831; 
Carl H. Nutter, Newark, O. 1010 

In a little lane in Honoloo ; words by 
Mitchell Parish, music by Fred Cavi 
and Irving Mills ; pf. and ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928 : 
2 c. Jan. 14. 1929: E pub. 2666; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1011 

In a moonlit garden ; by J. M. Bald- 
win, op. 96; pf. © Jan. 16, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2880; Evans 
music co., Boston. 1012 

In a Spanish garden ; serenade, bv 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2562; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 1013 

In an old garden; by George Bagby; 
pf. © Dec. 11. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E pub. 2502; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 1014 

In Bonn am Rhein harrt ein madel 
mein ; worte von F. .Teo von Donop, 
musik von Willy Geisler, of Ger- 
many. © Aug. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929: E for. 1946; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1015 

In careless youth we would be free; 
from The rose and the ring, words 
by John Arthington, music by Christ- 
abel Marillier, of Great Britain. © 
Nov. 29, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; 
E for. 2192 ; Boosey & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 1016 

In empire days ; vocal gavotte, words 
by J. Lilian Yandevere, music by 
Henry Hadley : mixed voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 
2939: C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

1017 

In Flanders fields : words by John Mc- 
Crae, music by Royal Andrews Mer- 
win : male voices. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2721; G. 
Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 1018 

In freedom's cause; words by H. B. 
Reese, music by May Reese. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929 ; E unp. 2958 ; Henry B. Reese, 
New Orleans. 1019 

In frog-land : by Louise Godfrey Ogle ; 
pf. © Jan. 8, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; 
E pub. 2615 ; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1020 

In lilac time ; words by C. Dearn- 
barger, music by Phil Starr. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1929 : E unp. 3203 ; Christine Dearn- 
barger, Champaign, 111. 1021 



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1022 



pt. in, n. &., v. 24 



In love ; words and music by E. H. 
Barnes. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 : E unp. 
2619 ; Edwin H. Barnes, Greensburg, 
Pa. 1022 

In my dreams we are sweethearts 
again ; words by Steve Zakey, music 
by C. H. Jennings [i. e. C. H. Jen- 
nings, jr.] © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 5; E pub. 2304; Charles H. 
Jennings, jr., Pittsburgh. 1023 

In New York [and] Nu adaige ; words 
by Harry Goodelman, music by S. 
Secunda. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928; E unp. 2477; 
Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 1024 

In old Malaga Bay ; tambourine dance, 
by W. A. Montgomery, of Great Brit- 
ain, op. 38, no. 5; pf. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2956; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 1025 

In old Savonia ; romantic opera co- 
mique in a prologue and 3 acts, 
lyrics and music by R. M. Sterrett : 
vocal sc. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; D 
unp. 27418 ; Robert Montgomery 
Sterrett, Jamaica, N. Y. 1026 

In praise of our old high ; trio or 
cho., words by Margaret Upson, mu- 
sic by J. A. Parks, three-pt. arr. by 
Marion Moore ; female voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 
2441; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

1027 

In Rothenburg am bliitenstrand der 
Tauber ; text von Julius B. Heim, 
musik von Eduard Czajanek, of Ger- 
many, klavier arr. von Otto Linde- 
mann. © Sept. 14, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1937; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H, Berlin. 1028 

In silent night ; Swabian folk-tune, 
arr. by Katherine K. Davis; pf. © 
Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929; 
E pub. 2760 ; E. C. Schirmer music 
co., Boston. 1029 

In sunny Hawaii; lyric by Eddie 
Palmer, music by Harry Archer : pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 10; E pub. 2478; Villa 
Moret, inc., San Francisco. 1030 

In the chimney corner ; four short 
pieces, by Thomas F. Dunhill, of 
Great Britain ; pf. 1. A fireside story. 
[3 others] © Jan. 22 1929; 1 c, 
Jan. 24; E for. 2313; Keith-Prowse 
& co., ltd., London. 1031 

In the garden of beautiful rose ; words 
by F. De Jack, music by Robert Van 
Sickle. [Words and melody only] 



© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2781; 
Frank De Jack, Lackawanna, N. Y. 

1032 

In the jungle : by Mortimer Wilson 
op. 86. no. 10; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2257; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 1033 

In the land of make believe; lyric by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel 
Baer. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E unp. 3343 ; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 1034 

In the land of roses ; words and music 
by G. ISyman. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1928: E unp, 
2518: George Nyman, Portland, 
Oregon. 1035 

In the mouth of May ; a spring song, 
words by Fred Heltman, of U. S., 
music bv Frangois Behr, op. 575, no. 

2 : pf. © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; 
E pub. 2710; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 1036 

In the moonlight ; words by M. F. 
Johnston, music by George P. 
Hulten. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3194; 
Mary Fairch'ild Johnston, Burlin- 
game, Calif. 1037 

In the rock hills ; words and music by 
J. Rechtzigel. New York City, 
Frank Harding's music house. © 
Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 
2594; John Rechtzigel, San Fran- 
cisco. 1038 

In the silence of the night, I long for 
you ; words and music by Ernie 
Burnett. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 2648; 
Ernest M. Burnett, Chicago. 1039 

In the springtime; words and music 
by G. Nyman ; quartet and bass solo. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3214; 
George Nyman, Portland, Or. 1040 

In the valley ; caprice, by G. E. 
Holmes ; band pts. 4 to. © Sept. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2316 ; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oskaloosa, 
la. 1041 

In the wilderness ; romance, by G. E. 
Holmes; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2317 ; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 1042 

In tulip time; spring song, by Arthur 
Ager, of Great Britain; pf. © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; E for. 2359 ; 
Walsh, Holmes & co., ltd., London. 

1043 



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no. 1. 1929 



1064 



In your arms : by Minzde and Victor 
Zentner. [Melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E imp. 2659; Anne 
Nichols, New York. 1044 

In your garden there's a rose ; words 
and music by E. Grosz, of Hungary. 
domiciled at Chicago, 111. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; E imp. 3173; Eugene Grosz, 
Chicago. 1045 

Indian love song ; white moon beam 
calls, words and music by C. W. 
Bowlby, of Canada, domiciled at 
Hoi brook. Mass. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1929 : E imp. 3307 ; Charlotte Winni- 
fred Bowlby, Holbrook, Mass. 1046 

Indiola ; fox-trot, by Frank Lucas ; 
accordion. © Dec. 22, 192S ; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E pub. 2600; Biagio 
R. Quattrociocche, Steubenville, O. 

1047 

Ines ; tango, text und musik von 
Rudolf Bernauer, of Germany. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 25; E for. 
2338 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 1048 

Infinito (L') ; testo di Giacomo Leo- 
pardi, musica di Salvatore Musella, 
of Italy. © Jan. 7, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
14; E for. 2215; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 1049 

Ingen ar som mor ; text av Gosta 
Stevens, musik av Helan [pseud, of 
Sven Helin], of Sweden; pf. © 
Nov. 15. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E 
for. 1871 ; A. b. Nordiska musikfor- 
laget, Stockholm, Sweden. 1050 

Inner (The) circle; hymn, words by 
Mrs. C. E. Hardy, music by J. D. 
Vaughan. © Sept. 15. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
20 ; E pub. 2607 ; James D. Vaughan, 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 1051 

Inquisitive (An) mosquito; by Marie 
Louise Evans ; pf. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 3058; Clayton 
F. Summy co., Chicago. 1052 

Inspiration in verse and music ; words 
by D. V. Bush, music by E. G. 
Stegner and Clarence E. Young. 
8vo. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Jan. 28; AA 9096; David V. Bush, 
Chicago. 1053 

Instruktive jazz-etiiden ; by Alfred 
Baresel. of Germany ; pf. 1. Charles- 
ton-etude [5 others] © Oct. 22. 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2278 ; 
Wilhelm Zimmermann, Leipzig. 

1054 



Intermezzo brillante ; study in octaves, 
by Frederick Hall, of Australia : pf. 
© June 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; 
E for. 2325; Allan & e<>.. proprietary 

ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 1055 

Intermezzo sinfonico ; per piccola 
orch. e. pf. conduttore, di Aroldo 
Fornasari, of Italy. 4to. © Nov. 
3, 1928; 1 c. Oct. 29; E for. 1995; 
Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, Italy. 

1056 

Intonation — rythme — style ; 48 lemons 
de solfege en cles de sol et fa, par 
Paul Rougnon, of France. l ere pt. 
© Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2149 ; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 1057 

Invitation (An) ; cho., words by Clin- 
ton Scollard, music by Adolf Weidig, 
op. 83 ; mixed voices, with sop. or 
ten. solo. 4to. © Dec. 24, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2846 ; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1058 

Invitation eyes ; lyrics by Patricia 
O'Hearn, music by Minzde and Vic- 
tor Zentner. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan, 10, 1929; E unp. 
2661; Anne Nichols, New York. 

1059 

Invocation ; words by Henry Augustus 
Tillett, music by Jeannette Tillett. 
© Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 26; E 
pub. 3047; Ernest Gerald Council, 
Dallas. 1060 

Invocation ; words by Herbert J. Bran- 
don, music by Dexter Stanton. 1. 
In B flat.— 2. In D flat.— 3. In F. 
© Jan. 21. 1929: 2 c. each Jan. 
25 ; E pub. 2961 ; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 1061 

Iola ; words by H. Reinschreiber, music 
by Johnny Thompson and H. Rein- 
schreiber. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1928 ; E unp. 
2565; Henry Reinschreiber, Phila- 
delphia. 1062 

Ireland ; national melodies, arr. by 
Aubrey Winter, of Great Britain; 
orch., with pf.-conductor. pts. 4to. 
1. St. Patrick's day. [2 others] © 
Dec. 6. 1928; 1 c. Dec. 21; E for. 
1774: Hawkes & son (London) ltd., 
London. 1063 

Irene; fox trot song, words and music 
by A. W. Drill. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1929 ; E imp. 
2697; A. Ward Drill, Woodstock, 111. 

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Irish countryside songs ; words by P. 
J. McCall, music arr. by Charles 
Wood, of Great Britain, v. 3. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E for. 2085; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 1065 

Is there a lucky star? one that will 
bring me you ; words and music by 
J. Tucelli; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 2501 ; Jos- 
eph Tucelli, Charleroi, Pa. 1066 

It is not wise to tarry ; hymn, words 
and music by John Telfer, of Great 
Britain. © Nov. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Nov. 
30; E for. 2030; Walter Johnston 
Main, Edinburgh. 1067 

It makes me sigh then cry ; words by 
H. Reinschreiber, music by H. Rein- 
schreiber and Johnny Thompson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3313; Henry 
Reinschreiber, Philadelphia. 1068 

It's a Pontiac ; words and music by 
P. E. Potts. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2421 ; Merrit T. Car- 
hart, Watervliet, N. Y., and Porter 
E. Potts, Troy, N. Y. 1069 

It's a tough racket ; words by Margaret 
E. Shaver, music by W. G. Shaver. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3335; Walter 
G. Shaver, New; York. 1070 

It's all applesauce; words and music 
by W. J. Rexford. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E 
unp. 3051; William Jess Rexford, 
Bay Shore, L. I., N. Y. 1071 

It's always you ; words by C. Mikell, 
music by Luther A. Clark. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E unp. 2789; Clayton Mikell, 
Silver Creek, Miss. 1072 

It's easier said than done; words and 
music by Eddie Schoelwer [i. e. E. 
H. Schoelwer. Chords, single staff. 
Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; 
E unp. 2720 ; Edward Henry Schoel- 
wer, Cincinnati. 1073 

It's girls like you make fellows like 
me like girls like you ; words by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, music 
by Harris Weston, of Great Britain ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Dec. 17, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; E for. 2370 ; 
Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1074 

It's love that lingers ; words and music 
by M. F. Kranitz. [Photostat] © 



1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E unp. 2550 ; Mary 
Faye Kranitz, Kansas City, Mo. 

1075 

It's up to you ; lyric by Grant Clarke, 
music by Lou Silvers. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E unp. 2485 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 1076 

It's up to you ; words by Grant Clarke, 
music by Louis Silvers. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2968; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

1077 

It was for me; words by William 
Wallace, music by R. E. Winsett. 
© Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
E pub. 3086 ; Robert Emmet Winsett, 
Chattanooga. 1078 

J' aime ta mansarde; rondeau, paroles 
de Gabriello et Jean Mele, musique 
de Fred Mele et Craven, of France. 
© Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; E for. 
1823 ; Editions musicales Evette, 
Paris. 1079 

Jacoby (Marie Cowles) Les trois melo- 
dies ; trio ; violin, cello and pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 3142; 
Marie Cowles Jacoby, Seneca Falls, 
N. Y. 1080 

Jacqueline; by Hermann Krome, of 
Germany ; orch, pts., with violin 1 
direction and pf. direction. 4to. © 
Dec. 3, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E 
for. 2297 ; Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Ber- 
lin. 1081 

Jail break blues; words and music by 
Hattie Burleson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
unp. 2536; Brunswick-Balke-Collen- 
der co., New York. 1082 

Japansy; valse, music by John Klen- 
ner, arr. for military band by Max 
Irwin, of Great Britain ; pts. Lon- 
don, New York & Sydney, Chappell 
& co., ltd. 4to. © Jan. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 30; E for. 2373; Harms, 
inc., New York. 1083 

Jardins sous la pluie; extrait des 
Estampes, pour le pf., par Claude 
Debussy, transcrit pour harpe par 
Alys Lautemann, of France. © Nov 
20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for, 
2166; Durand et cie., Paris. 1084 

Jauja; cancion, por I. M. Valle; [two 
voices] [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1929; E unp. 2714; Ignacio M. 
Valle, Chicago. 1085 



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Jealous of yon ; words and music by 
R. I. Minut. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929: E imp. 
2S45 : Robert I. Minut. Newark. N. J. 

1086 

Jerusalem the golden ; hymn-anthem, 
music by Sydney Thomson ; mixed 
voices, with organ ace. 4to. © Dec. 
27. 1928: 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929: E pub. 
276S; Dean-Phillips, Chicago. 1087 

Jesse James : words from Cowboy 
songs and other frontier ballads col- 
lected by John A. Lomax. music arr. 
by Oscar J. Fox ; high voice, in B 
flat. © Dec. 18. 1928: 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E pub. 2504; Carl Fischer, 
inc.. New York. 1088 

Jesus is all in all to me ; words by 
C. B. Hopkins, music by Chas. H. 
Marsh ; pf. © Nov. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2646; Herbert 
G. Tovey, Los Angeles. 1089 

Jeunesse (La) ; caprice, par Denis 
Dupre, of Great Britain; pf. © 
July 21, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 30; E for. 
2026; A. Hammond & co., London. 

1090 

Jim Crow's alphabet ; words and music 
by Mungo Dewar and Alison Travers 
[pseud, of Toni Farreil], both of 
Great Britain. © Dec. 14, 1928: 
1 c. Jan. 16. 1929: E for. 2207; 
Boosey & co., ltd., London. 1091 

Jim Nappy : words and music by Hat- 
tie Burleson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 5. 1929; E unp. 
2537 ; Brunswick'-Balke-Collender co.. 
New York. 1092 

Jimmy's jazz band ; words and music 
by R. Enoch. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 
3189: Robert Enoch, New York. 

1093 

Jinendra's smile ; words by T. Mundy, 
music by Dawn Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 
2. 1929: E unp. 2451; Talbot Mun- 
dy, New York. 1094 

Jo an' de banjo ; by C. Repper ; pf. 
Boston, Charles Brashear. © Dec. 
19. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E pub. 
2437 : Charles Repper, Boston. 1095 

John, dear ; words by A. Christoffer- 
son, music by Sylvester Long Cross. 
© 1 c. Jan. 15. 1929 : E unp. 2815 : 
Agnes Christofferson, Sedro Wool- 
ley, Wash. 1096 

Jolly Jack ; by Richard Howgill, of 
Great Britain ; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929; 



1 c. Jan. 22: E for. 2317; J. R. La- 
fleur & son, ltd.. London. 1097 

Jolly sailors ; by T. Robin MacLach- 
lan; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31; E pub. 2144; Harold Flammer, 
inc.. New York. 1098 

Jongen (Joseph) Suite; pour orch. et 
alto principal, reduction pour alto 
et pf. par 1' auteur, Joseph Jongen, 
of France, op. 48. 1. Poeme ele- 
giaque. [1 other] © *Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2142 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie., Paris. 1099 

Josephita ; theme song of Tide of em- 
pire, lyric by Raymond Klages, mel- 
ody by Jesse Greer ; pf. ace. with 
ukulele arr. by Hank Linet. © Jan. 
18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; E pub. 2765; 
Bobbins music corp., New York. 

1100 

Joy (The) of answered prayer; words 
anon., music by L. W. Beery. © 
1 c. Jan. 28. 1929 ; E unp. 3217 ; Lois 
W T yatt Beery, Valley Center, Calif. 

1101 

Joyeuse aventure; papotage, par Ern- 
est Gillet, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2093 ; 
Delrieu freres, Nice, France. 1102 

Joyous (A) Christmas song: from 
Collection de choeurs, English text 
by Stewart A. Trench, music by F. 
A. Gevaert, arr. by Clarence Dick- 
inson, arr. for women's voices by 
Lucy Clark Street ; organ ace. 4to. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 
2211; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

1103 

Juanita ; mazurka, arr. by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer ; pf . © Jan. 17, 1929 : 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2869; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 1104 

Juanita ; words by Marjorie Driscoll, 
music by G. A. R. Iuvone. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 2504; Gaetano 
A. R. Iuvone, Pasadena, Calif. 1105 

Jumping nerves : by Mel Ball and Dave 
Prince: pf. © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 26; E pub. 2975; Lewis music 
pub. co., inc., New York. 1106 

Jumping the rope ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 577, ho. 2; pf. © Jan. 30, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3105; 
Irving Berlin standard music Corp., 
New York. 1107 

June is on the way : words by J. S. 
Pickering, music by M. E. Bronson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21. 1929 : E unp. 3030 ; 
Margaret E. Bronson, Cincinnati. 

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June rose ; by Edward G. Simon ; 
violin and pf . © Dec. 18, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2491; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1109 

June waltz ; by Rob Roy Peery ; violin 
and pf. © Dec. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929 ; E pub. 2494 ; Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York. 1110 

Jung - Deutschland ; marschlieder-pot- 
pourri, composed and arr. by Leo- 
pold Weninger, of Austria ; orch., 
with pf. or organ direction, violino 1 
direction, and words. © Dec. 4, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 29; E for. 1864; 
Musikverlag city, Leipzig. 1111 

Jung - Deutschland ; inarschlieder-pot- 
pourri, fiir klavier mit iiberl. text, 
von Leopold Weninger, of Austria. 
© Dec. 4, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 29 ; E for. 
1868; Musikverlag city, Leipzig. 

1112 

Jungle (The) Yale blues; the 1929 
version of the Yale blues, by the 
inventor Cecil H. Taylor, words by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, music 
by Harris Weston, of Great Britain ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 17, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; E for. 2366 ; Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter, ltd., London. 

1113 
Just a home lovin' body; by Charley 
Berry, arr. by Irving Szathmary ; 
orch. 4to. '© Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2419 ; Berry-Hosman 
music co., Salem, Mass. 1114 

Just a home lovin' body, who wants 
somebody to want nobody but her ; 
lyric by Syl. Hosman, music by 
Charley Berry. © Dec. 17, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2420; Berry- 
Hosman music co., Salem, Mass. 

1115 

Just a little blue ; words and music 

by S. H. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 

1929 : E unp. 2703 ; Sidney Herbert 

Smith, Dallas. 1116 

Just a rose from heaven ; words and 
music by M. Muller. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3169; Marion Muller, Belle- 
ville. N. J. 1117 

Just after sunrise; words and music 
by Mary Zoller. © Jan. 28, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3068 ; Al Pian- 
tadosi, New York. 1118 

Just as the sun goes down ; music and 
words by E. W. Spindler, pf. ar- 
rangement by Duke Baier. © Jan. 



15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 17; E pub. 
2728 : Emmett William Spindler, Ft. 
Wayne, Ind. 1119 

Just a-thinking of you ; words and 
music by S. E. Brown; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. New York, Frank Harding. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E pub. 2198 ; Samuel E. Brown, New 
York. 1120 

Just for to-day ; anthem-quartette or 
cho., words by E. R. Wilberforce, 
music by Simpson-Blanchard ; mixed 
voices, with organ or pf. ace. 4to. 
© Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E pub. 
3127; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 1121 

Just for you ; words and music by W. 
Markowitz. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 
2643 ; William Markowitz, Los An- 
geles. 1122 

Just Frances and me and plane makes 
makes three ; words and music by 
H. F. Boling. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
3162 ; Hubert F. Boling, Ft. Calhoun, 
Neb. 1123 

Just keep a' hoping ; words and music 
by J. Fowler. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
2989 ; Julia Fowler, San Francisco. 

1124 

Just learn to forget to remember ; lyric 
by Stanley Cohen, music by I. M. 
Cohen and Fred Brunkhorst. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3110; Irving 
M. Cohen, Jersey City. 1125 

Just lonesome and blue ; words and 
music by E. Brown. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3163 ; Ethel Brown. Solomon 
Ville, Ariz. 1126 

Just nothing; by Len Fillis and Syd 
Bright, of Great Britain ; tenor banjo 
solo, with pf . ace. © Dec. 19, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 2011; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 1127 

Just sing a song ; words and music by 
Eddie Leonard, Carlton Kelsey and 
Val Burton. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 
3325 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

1128 

Just smile your blues away; words 
and music by L. Gillespie. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929 ; E unp. 3154 ; Lucille Gillespie, 
Waco, Tex. 1129 



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Just suppose that you and I would 
meet again ; ballade de fox-trot, 
words and music by B. E. MeCaiver. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2. 1929; E unp. 2448; 
Bamboo Edward McCarver, Chicago. 

1130 

Just waitin' for you ; lyrics and music 
bv B. Whitney and Dick Morris. © 
1 c. Jan. 21. 1929 ; E unp. 2981 ; Beth 
Whitney, Salt Lake City. 1131 

Just with you ; words by Harry Krue- 
ger, music by T. Hilgendorf ; pf . and 
ukelele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 2. 1929; E pub. 2392; Ted Hil- 
gendorf, Milwaukee. 1132 

Kansas : words by K. R. Mixer, music 
by Estella Hall Reade ; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17. 1929; E unp. 2994: Kate 
Ray Mixer, Ellis, Kan. 1133 

Kapena ; waterfall song, words and 
music .by Charles E. King ; solo or 
mixed voices. Honolulu, T. H., 
Chas. E. King. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 8: E pub. 2326; Frances H. 
King, Honolulu. 1134 

Karnevals-inarsch ; by Fritz Hanne- 
mann, of Germany; orch. pts., with 
pf. direction. 4to. © Oct. 10, 1928 ; 

1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2266 ; P. J. 
Tonger, Cologne, Germany. 1135 

Katherine Lou ; words and music by 
Dorothy Garrison and Billie Heger. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3228 ; 
Dorothy Margaret EnEarl, Anaheim, 
Calif. 1136 

Kaun (Hugo) Idyll; von H. Kaun, of 
Germany, op. 124, no. 5 ; violoncello 
and pf . © Nov. 8, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929 ; E for. 2233 ; Amsel-verlag, 
Berlin-Siidende, Germany. 1137 

Intermezzo ; von H. Kaun, of Ger- 
many, op. 124, no. 2; violoncello and 
pf. © Nov. 8, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2230 ; Amsel-verlag, Ber- 
lin-Siidende, Germany. 1138 

■ Walzer ; von H. Kaun, of Ger- 
many, op. 124, no. 4 : violoncello and 
pf. © Nov. 8, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929; E for. 2232; Amsel-verlag, 
Berlin-Siidende, Germany. 1139 

Keep your chin up; words and music 
by R. M. Keller. © Dec. 29, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 29 ; E pub. 2269 ; A. Fassio, 
New York, and R. M. Keller, Brook- 
lyn. 1140 

Keiner wusste, dass Auguste ; text von 
Ernst Grund, musik von Max Fliess, 
of Germany. © Nov. 1, 1928; 1 c. 



Jan. 7. 1929; E for. 1895; Rcndo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1141 

Kerdezd meg az illatozo ibolyat ; 
tango-blues, szoveget irta ; Szilagyi 
Laszlo, zenejet szerzette : Zerkovitz 
Bela, of Hungary. © Mar. 7. 1928 ; 

1 c. Dec. 7; E for. 1357; Kalman 
Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 1142 

Kiddies kabaret ; words by Bernie 
Grossman, music by Sverre Elsmo 
and Art Sizemore ; pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; 
E pub. 2942 ; Harold Rossiter music 
co., Chicago. 1143 

Kidnapping; words and music by J. 
M. Gates. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2678; 
P. C. Brockman, Atlanta. 1144 

Kinek a szoke, kinek a barna . . .; 
szoveget irta : Farkas Rezso, zenejet 
szerzettek: Hubai Albert es Voros 
Feri, both of Hungary. © Oct. 10, 
1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1928 ; E for. 1356 ; 
Kalman Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

1145 

King (The) of heaven waits outside; 
hymn, words by Lizzie DeArmond, 
music by D. M. Shanks. © Jan. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; E pub. 2804 ; Rob- 
ert Emmet Winsett, Chattanooga. 

1146 

King (The) of queens ; words and mu- 
sic by C. J. Sinning. © Oct. 1, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E pub. 2997; 
Charles J. Sinning, Brooklyn. 1147 

Kiss me and then forget me ; cleutscher 
text von Kurt Schwabach u. Willy 
Rosen, music by Charles W. Dimde, 
arr. by Charles Christoph, both of 
Germany ; orch. pts. 4to. © Oct. 24, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2236 ; 
Edition Meisel & co., G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 1148 

Kisses ; words by Rush Duer, music by 
P. Kobbe. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2652; Philip Kobbe, inc., New 
York. 1149 

Kleine musiken und kantaten ; bearb. 
von Walter Rein, of Germany ; [for 
voices and various instruments] 4to. 
© Oct. 17, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2060 ; Georg Kallmeyer verlag, 
Wolfenbiittel, Germany. 1150 

Kleine suite; von Sigfrid Walther 
Miiller, of Germany, op. 20, nr. 3 ; 
klavier ; in E moll. 1. Praludium. 
[4 others] © Dec. 17, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; E for. 1980 ; Breitkopf 
& Hartel, Leipzig. 1151 



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Kleines (Ein) hauschen ; wochenend 
im Paddelboot, text u. musik von 
Rolf Boeder, of Germany. © Oct. 
19. 1928; 1 e. Jan. 7. 1929; E for. 
1897; Rondo-ve'rlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 1152 

Klosterglocken ; zwolf geistliche lieder 
im volkston, ein, zwei-u. dreistimmig 
mit orgel-harmonium-oder klavier- 
begleitung, von Simon Breu, of Ger- 
many. 4to. © Oct. 27, 1928: 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2262 ; H. Stiirtz, 
a. g., Wurzburg, Germany. 1153 

Knotting (Tbe) song; words by 
Charles Sedley, music by Henry Pur- 
cell, of Great Britain, arr. by Er- 
nest Reeves, of Great Britain ; in F 
and D. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
29; E for. 2358; Walsh, Holmes & 
co., ltd., London. 1154 

Knowing your face I'll see a twilight 
wish; lyric and music by Caro 
Roma. (Cover-title: — A twilight 
wish.) © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31 ; E pub. 2428 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1155 

Kogen (Harry) Four characteristic 
moods ; op. 16 ; pf. 1. Gay. [3 others] 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3117; 
Harry Kogen, Chicago. 1156 

Fugue ; op. 14 ; pf . ; in F min. © 

1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3118; 
Harry Kogen, Chicago. 1157 

Komm' ins griine, Karoline ; foxtrot 
aus Wann und wo, texte von Her- 
man Haller, Willi Wolff und Ridea- 
mus, musik von Walter Kollo, of 
Germany. © Aug. 24, 1927; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1928; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1158 

Komm mit mir nach Venedig ; text 
von Willy Prager und Max Hansen, 
musik von M. Hansen, of Germany, 
arr. by Willy Geisler. © Sept. 9, 
1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1918 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

1159 

Konzert des-dur ; fiir trompete-solo u. 
klavier, von Paul Wiggert, of Ger- 
many, op. 50, bearb. von Franz 
Herbst, of Germany. © July 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2068 ; 
Riihle & Wendling, Leipzig. 1160 

Kralju vijekova ; zbirka izabranih 
hrvatskih crkvenih njesama ; saku- 
pile i izclale sestre Klanjateljice 
dragocijene krvi ; za dva glasa. 8vo. 
© Jan. 9. 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
12 ; A A 6612 ; Sisters Adorers of the 
most precious blood, Chicago. 1161 



Krause mit dem saxophon ; text und 
musik von Hermann Abendroth, of 
Germany. © Oct. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7. 1929; E for. 1939; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1162 

L. D. D. (The) music course; by L. 
L. Dean ; pf . pt. 4, lessons no. 37- 
48. © Sept. 4, 1928: 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1929 ; aff. Feb. 6 ; AA 8828 ; Lily L. 
Dean, Falls Village, Conn. 1163 

La-hoota-boota-coota-mamasseta ; Cu- 
ban comedy song, words and music 
by Cliff Friend. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 
3122; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

1164 

Laddies; words by Edgar Guest, mu- 
sic by H. Kogen, op. 17. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929 ; E unn. 3119 ; Harry Kogen, 
Chicago. 1165 

Ladies (The) ; or, I learned about 
women from 'er, poem by Rudyard 
Kipling, music by Frank Crumit ; 
pf . and ukulele ace. © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E pub. 2982; F. 
B. Haviland pub. co., New York. 

1166 

Lady Caprice; novelette nouveau, by 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2566; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 1167 

Ladv Graceful; danse de salon, by 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2703; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 1168 

Lady in blue; words and music by I. 
H. Lebling. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 
2880; Isabelle Horan Lebling, Cleve- 
land. 1169 

Lake (A) and a fairy boat; words by 
Thomas Hood, music by Chris M. 
Edmunds, of Great Britain ; sop. 
and alto voices. 4to. © Dec. 3, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 
2694; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

1170 

Lake Morey : waltz ballad, words and 
music by M. E. Garvin. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 : E pub. 2585 ; Min- 
na E. Garvin, Newton, Mass. 1171 

Lamb (The) ; 2 pt. cho., poem by Wil- 
liam Blake, music by Daniel Pro- 
tlieroe ; sop. and alto, with organ or 
pf. ace. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 26; E pub. 2973; Henry T. 
FirzSimons. Chicago. 1172 

Lamp (A), a chair and a cigarette; 
words and music by Roy Turk and 
Fred E. Ahlert. [Words and mel- 



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ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
unp. 23") : De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 1173 

Lamplit (The) hour; 2 pt. song, lyric 
by Thomas Burke, music hy Arthur 
A. Penn, arr. hy George J. Trin- 
kaus. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 24; E pub. 2989: M. Witmark 
& sons. New York. 1174 

Lanca stria : march, by Thomas Gooch. 
of Great Britain ; band pts. 4to. 
© Nov. 29. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16. 1929: 
E for. 21S7 : Boosey & co., ltd.. Lon- 
don. 1175 

Land (The) of Nod; by Grace Wins- 
ton ; pf . Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. obi. Svo. © Dec. 
29, 1928: 2 e. Jan. 2. 1929; E pub. 
2156 : Reginald K. Liversidge, Law- 
rence. Mass. 1176 

Larkspur: by Walter Rolf e ; pf. © 
Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 
2878 : Evans music co., Boston. 1177 

Lass dem kind den luftballon ; aus 
Gruss an alle. text von Hans H. 
Zerlett und Richard Rillo, musik 
von Leo Leux, of Germany. © Oct. 
10, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1889 ; Rondo-verlag, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 1178 

L;:ss (The) of Richmond Hill; words 
by Leonard McNally, melody by 
James Hook. arr. with descant by 
Geoffrey Shaw, of Great Britain. 
4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Jan. 15, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
15; E for. 2034; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1179 

Last cent: by Claude Austin and Dave 
Prince: pf. © Jan. 26. 1929: 2 c. 
Jan. 26 ; E pub. 2976 : Lewis music 
pub. co.. inc., New York. 1180 

Last (The) lullaby; words and music 
by E. M. Joseph, of Switzerland, 
domiciled at Oakland, Calif. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929 ; E unp. 2481 ; Eleanore 
M. Joseph, Oakland, Calif. 1181 

Last prayer ; sacred song, poem by 
Christina Rossetti, music by Ernest 
Mac Millan, of Canada ; high, in E 
flat. © Jan. S, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 14; 
E pub. 2617 ; Boston music co.. 
Boston. 1182 

Laugh a bit and love a bit ; words by 
Herbert J. Brandon, music bv Dex- 
ter Stanton. 1. In A.— 2. In C. © 
Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 25; 
E pub. 2958; B. F. Wood music co.. 
Boston. 1183 



Laughing eyes ; words by G. Folberth, 
jr.. music by Lee Turner. L Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1928 ; E unp. 3104 ; George Folberth, 
jr.. N. Olmsted, O. 1184 

Laura soave ; di Fabrizio Carosio, de 
Antiche danze ed arie per liuto, di 
Ottorino Respighi. riduzione per or- 
ehestrina con. pf. conduttore di Ar- 
turo de Cecco, of Italy, pts. 4to. 
© Dec. 27. 192S; 1 c. Dec. 28; E 
for. 1993 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

1185 

Lavender thoughts ; poem by Fred G. 
Bowles, music by Granville Eng- 
lish; high, in E flat. © Dec. 29. 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E pub. 2275 : 
Boston music co., Boston. 1186 

Lazy-bones ; grotesque dance, by Guy 
Franklyn. of Great Britain; pf. © 
Jan. 2. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 3; E for. 
1988 : Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

1187 

Lead me, Lord ; words from Psalms, 
mus c by S. S. Wesley, arr. by Lucy 
Clark Street ; women's voices, organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 8, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
9: E pub. 2457; H. W. Gray co.. 
New York. 1188 

Learn to find a smile; fox-trot, words 
and music by O. W. Kerksieck. © 
Jan. 9. 1929: 2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 
2824 ; Otto W. Kerksieck, Eldon. Mo. 

1189 

Leb' wohl mein schatz auf wieder- 
seh'n ! text von Fritz Oesterreicher, 
musik von Marc Lavry, of Germany. 
© Oct. 9. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E 
for. 1945 : Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 1L. 
Berlin. 1190 

Lemont ( Cedric W. ) Rondino ; se- 
lected, ed.. annotated and fingered 
bv J. M. Williams; pf. © Dec. 24. 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2622: 
Boston music co., Boston. 1191 

Leone: legend of the sea-pines, words 
and music by S. H. Sargent ; sop. 
or ten.; in G. © Dec. 21, 1928; E 
unp. 2589 : Stephen Harold Sargent. 
Philadelphia. 1192 

Let him ramble — let him roam ; words 
by Jack Yellen. music by Milton 
Ager. © Jan. 2, 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 3 : 
E pub. 2202; Ager, Yellen & Born- 
stein, inc., New York. 1193 

Let me remind you ; slow fox-trot, 
words and music by R. De Jimarra. 
[Chords, single staff I © 1 c. Dec. 
18, 1928; E unp. 2510; Ramon De 
Jimarra, Detroit. 1194 



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Let me weep on your shoulder ; from 
Lady fingers, lyrics by Edward El- 
iscu, music by Joseph Meyer ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 19, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 22; E pub. 3090; Harms, 
inc., New York. 1195 

Let's drift down the stream together ; 
words and music by Eddie Schoel- 
wer [i. e., E. H. Schoelwer. Chords, 
single staff. Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1929; E unp. 2721; Edward 
Henry Schoelwer, Cincinnati. 1196 

Let's hurry ; for fotoplay, by Hugo 
Felix, ed. by D. Savino ; pf . © Dec. 
28, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; E pub. 2630 ; 
Bobbins music corp., New York. 

1197 

Let's pretend ; from Happy days, lyric 
by Walter Craig, music by Leo Flan- 
ders. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; E pub. 2135 ; Sherman Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 1198 

Let's sit and talk about you ; from 
Hello daddy, words by Dorothy 
Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Dec. 27, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 29; E pub. 2175; 
Mills music, inc. and Harms, inc., 
New York. 1199 

Let Thy merciful ears, O Lord ; collect 
for the tenth Sunday after Trinity, 
music by Eric H. Thiman, of Great 
Britain ; mixed voices. 4to. © Dt*c. 
11, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E for. 
2018 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 

1200 

Let you light shine all the time ; hymn, 
words by Herbert Buffum, music by 
D. M. Shanks. © Jan. 15, 192S ; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2806; Robert 
Emmet Winsett, Chattanooga. 

1201 

Leux (Leo) Die 2 Leo Leux-schlager ; 
aus Griiss und kiiss, text von Rob- 
ert Gilbert u. Hans H. Zerlett, musik 
von Leo Leux> of Germany. 1. Du, 
komm mit mir bach Afghanistan. 
[1 other] © Apr. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1883; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1202 

Lieber schatz, warum denn bos' sein ; 
lied und tango, worte von Wilhelm 
Sterk, musik von Willy Engel- 
Berger, of Germany. © Sept. 15, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929 ; E for. 2072 : 
Edition Scala, Vienna. 1203 

Liebesbrief'e : lied und slow-fox, text 
von Rideamus I pseud, of Fr tz Oli- 
ven], musik von Jose Padilla, of 
Spain. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 



11, 1929; E for. 2277; Josef Wein- 
berger, Leipzig. 1204 

Liebesgefluster ; intermezzo fur klavier 
u. violine, von Franz Drdla, of Aus- 
tria, op. 212. © Aug. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1910; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1205 

Liebeslied ; aus Die dreigroschenoper, 
nach dem Englischen des John Gay 
bearb. von Bert Brecht, musik von 
Kurt Weill, of Germany. © Nov. 
20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
2014; Universal edition actiengesell- 
schaft, Vienna. 1206 

Liebestraum ; worte von Friedrich 
Schwarz, musik von G. Becce, of 
Italy, op. 20, fur gesang und klavier 
mit violine bearb. von Otto Linde- 
mann. (Cover title : — R eve 
d'amour) © Feb. 18, 1928; 1 c. 
Nov. 19; E for. 2073; Ed. Bote & 
G. Bock, Berlin. 1207 

Lied (Das) der Bremen; worte von 
E. G. Freiherrn v. Hiinefeld, musik 
von Hugo Hirsch, of Germany. © 
June 16, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E 
for. 1909 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 1208 

Life (The) beyond; sacred song, 
words and music by Edna F. Sin- 
clair, of Canada. Toronto, Canada, 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd. © Jan. 
14, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 16; E for. 2175; 
Edna F. Sinclair, Stouffville, On- 
tario, Canada. 1209 

Life eternal ; Easter cantata, text from 
the Holy Scriptures, music by Nor- 
wood Dale ; for soli, cho., and organ. 
4to. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; 
E pub. 2984; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 1210 

Lifeboat (The) man; words and 
music by Louis Drakeford [i. e. L. H. 
Drakeford] of Great Britain. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3303; 
Lewis Henry Drakeford, London. 

1211 

Life's experience ; words and music 
by L. O. Bryan. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
3164; Lee O. Bryan, Rhinelander, 
Wis. 1212 

Light (The) on the staircase; words 
and music by S. S. Henwood. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 3062; Samuel 
Stephen Henwood, Cleveland. 1213 

Like the big pots do; comedy song 
fox-trot, words and music by J. P. 
Long, of Great Britain ; pf. ace, 



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with banjulele banjo and ukulele 
arr. by Alvin D. Keech. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 14, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 17; E for. 2309; 
Lawrence Wright music co., London. 

1214 

Lilliukalani ; words and music by 

L. Geiger. [Words and melody only] 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1928; E imp. 2436; 

Lillian Geiger, Cleveland. 1215 

Lily of the valley ; by George Parker, 
of Great Britain, op. 7. no. 6 : pf . 
© Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
pub. 2948 ; B. F. Wood music co.. 
Boston. 1216 

Linda ; words and music by Vee 

Doherty. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E 

unp. 2811 ; Vera Doherty, New 

York. 1217 

Linda : words by Charles Tobias and 
Harry Tobias, music by Al Sher- 
man. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1929: E unp. 3023; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 1218 

Lindy-hop ; fox-trot, words by S. C. 
Billiard, music by D. A. Cooper, of 
Great Britain. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2912; S. Clifton Bullard, 
Xew York. 1219 

Listen and your heart will tell ; from 
Happy days, lyrics by Walter Craig, 
music by Leo Flanders. © Dec. 
27. 1928: 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2137 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 1220 

Listen to the brook; by M. Olson, of 
Sweden, domiciled at Chicago : pf. 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1928; E unp. 3101: 
Melker Olson, Chicago. 1221 

Little baby curls ; words by Howard 
Johnson, music by Robert King and 
Jesse Greer; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by A. J. Franchini. © Jan, 22. 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2912: 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 1222 

Little girl of mine ; words and music 
by W. L. Herron. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929 : 
E unp. 3333 ; Warren L. Herron. 
Gulfport, Miss. 1223 

Little humoresque ; by Frances Terry : 
pf. © Jan. 16. 1929: 2 c. Jan. 18: 
E pub. 3060 ; Clayton F. Summy co.. 
Chicago. 1224 

Little imp of mischief ; words and 
music by George Nobbs. © Jan. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; E pub. 2333 ; Elmo 
Buss. New York. 1225 



Little Indian [and] Little dancer ; by 
John Alden Carpenter, arr. by Wil- 
liam Strasser, of Czechoslovakia, 
domiciled at New York; orch. pts. 
with pf. conductor. © Aug. 20, 
1928; 2 c. Aug. 31; E 698330; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1226 

Little knights and ladies; minuet 
rococo, by Lucy Nord ; pf. © Dec. 
17, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; E pub. 2680 ; 
Louis Better music co., St. Louis. 

1227 

Little laddie : words and music by 
Fred Rose ; pf . and ukulele ace. © 
Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; E pub. 
2635 ; Harold Rossiter music co., 
Chicago. 1228 

Little lady in blue; by Dorothv M. 
Russell; pf. © Dec. 29. 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 5, 1929; E pub. 2271; Boston 
music co., Boston. 1229 

Little (The) log cabin; words by 
M. T. Marschilock. music by T. E. 
Tudor. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; E unp. 
3078; Mary Theresa Marschilock, 
Oneta, N. Y. 1230 

Little (The) match girl; by Beryl 
Rubinstein ; pf . © Dec. 7. 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2496; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1231 

Little mother, my sweetheart and pal ; 
lyric by Merrion D. Bright, music by 
C. Bob Eastway [i. e. C. C. East- 
way] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp, 3195; 
Clarence Charles Eastway, Milwau- 
kee. 1232 

Little Roxyette ; novelty fox-trot, by 
B. Fomeen and Jack Press, both of 
Russia, domiciled at New York: pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3268; 
Basil Fomeen, New York. 1233 

Little sweetheart ; words and music by 
G. Haacke, of Germany, domiciled 
at Chicago. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 26. 1929 ; E unp. 
3132 ; George Haacke, Chicago. 1234 

Liturgical music for the holy com- 
munion : altar book, set forth by 
Joint commission on church music, 
ed. by Wallace Goodrich. New York, 
H. W. Gray co. © Oct. 6, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 8; E pub. 2127; Joint commis- 
sion on church music, Boston. 1235 

Lo how T a rose ; English text by M. E. 
Bother, music by Michael Praetor- 
ius, arr. by Lucy Clark Street : wom- 
en's voices, organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 
8. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 9: E pub. 2458: 
H. W. Grav co., New York. 1236 



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Loch Lomond ; by yon bonnie banks, 
an' by yon bonnie braes, traditional 
Scots air, arr. for female voices, by 
Purcell J. Mansfield, of Great Brit- 
ain, op. 88, no. 1. 4to. © Dec 18, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E for. 2019; 
Bayley & Ferguson, Glasgow. 1237 

Londonderry (The) air; arr. by 
Katherine K. Davis ; pf . © Dec. 13, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E pub. 
2759 ; E. C. Schirmer music co., Bos- 
ton. 1238 

Lone pilot; march, by E. R. Hooper, 
of Great Britain ; reed and brass 
band. pts. 4to. © Dec. 7, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 21; E for. 1776; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd., London. 1239 

Lone (The) star; words by H. E. 
Snyder. [Words and melody onlyl 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3171; 
Harry E. Snyder, Dayton, O. 1240 

Loneliness ; meditation, by Cesar 
Borre, of Belgium, domiciled at New 
York ; organ, obi. 8vo. © Dec. 31, 

1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E pub. 2191 ; 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 1241 

Loneliness ; valse ballad, words by 
Godfrey Williams, music by Everett 
Lynton, of Great Britain ; pf . ace, 
with banjulele banjo and ukulele 
arr. by Alvin D. Keech. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 5, 

1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 8 ; E for. 2302 ; Law- 
rence Wright music co., London. 

1242 

Lonely and blue ; f cx-trot, lyrics by 
A. Barber, music by M. Paul Man- 
ganella ; pf. and ukulele ace. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1929; E unp. 3016; Alice 
Barber, San Francisco. 1243 

Lonely blues ; words and music by A. 
M. K. Jacobsen, of Norway, domi- 
ciled at Seattle. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2491 ; Annar Munthe Kaas 
Jacobsen, Seattle. 1244 

Lonely blues; words by M. Fuelling, 
music by Robert Van Sickle. 
T Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2784; Merle 
Fuelling, Fullerton, Neb. 1245 

Lonely sweetheart; words and music 
by F. Devine. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928; E unp. 
2513 ; Ferdinand Devine, Amity ville. 
N. Y. 1246 

Lonesome ; words by P. Keith, music 
by Pearl Spalding Watters. [W'ords 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2. 
1929 ; E unp. 2463 ; Paul Keith, Hous- 
ton. 1247 



Lonesome for you ; fox trot, words and 
music by J. Cooper. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; 
E unp. 2726; Joseph Cooper, Phila- 
delphia. 1248 

Lonesome hours ; words and music by 
Si Vargas [i. e. S. H. Vargas], of 
Mexico, domiciled at St. Louis, Mo., 
arr. by H. Jackson. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E unp. 3149; Sergio H. Var- 
gas, St, Louis. 1249 

Lonesome yodelin' blues ; words and 
music by Roy Evans, pts, 1 & 2. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2750; Co- 
lumbia phonograph co., New York. 

1250 

Long ago ; words by E. Simonsen, mu- 
sic by Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3259; Ellen 
Simonsen, San Francisco. 1251 

Longest (The) and shortest day; en- 
core song, words by George Birds- 
eye, music by Florence Turner- 
Maley ; high or med. voice. © Dec. 
28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4. 1929; E pub. 
2407 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

1252 

Longing; ballad, words and music by 
A. M. Lerch. New York. Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
24 ; E pub. 2916 ; Arminta M. Lerch, 
Harpersville, O. 1253 

Longing ; words by H. Eckstein, music 
by Robert Van Sickle. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 2782 ; Henrietta Eckstein, 
Oakland, Calif. 1254 

Lord, I live in Thee; words by James 
H. Miers, music by Hazel Ferrell 
Adair. 1. High. — 2. Low. © Jan. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 30 ; E 3075 ; 
R. L. Huntzinger, inc., New York. 

1255 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd: anthem, 
words of Psalm 23, music by Tustin 
Baker ; men's voices, organ ace. 4to. 
© Jan. 8, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 9: E pub. 
2456 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

1256 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; pastoral 
prayer, words of Psalm 23, music by 
Maybelle Owens Strand ; high key. 
© Oct. 20. 1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 25 ; E pub. 
2964; Maybelle Owens Strand, Two 
Harbors, Minn. 1257 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; words 
from the Bible, music by E. M. Jo- 
seph, of Switzerland, domiciled at 
Oakland. Calif. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2482; Eleanore M. Joseph, 
Oakland, Calif. 1258 



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Lord, oh Lord, look down upon us ; 
kyrie eleison, music by G. I. Will. 
4to. © Dec. 21, 1928 : 2 c. Dec. 22 ; 
E pub. 2545 : Grinton I. Will, Mama- 
roneck, N. Y. 1259 

Lorenz's Dulciana no. 4; collection of 
organ voluntaries for church use 
[collected] by Lorenz pub. co. © 
Dec. 31, 1928: 2 c. and aff. Jan. 7, 
1929; AA 7034; Lorenz pub. co.. 
Dayton, O. 1260 

Lorita ; by C. L. Sansone and J. Ri- 
baud. [Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 

21, 1929; E imp. 2956; Charles Lu- 
ciano Sansone. Philadelphia, and 
Joseph Ribaud, Jackson Heights, 
L. I., N. Y. 1261 

Lost (The) chord; solo or duet, by 
Arthur Sullivan, an*, by Calvin 
Grooms; pts. for E flat alto, B flat 
ten. and C melody saxophones, with 
pf. ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
4 ; E pub. 2571 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. 1262 

Lost love ; words and music by A. M. 
Baldwin. © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22 ; E pub. 3062 ; Anita M. Baldwin, 
Santa Anita, Calif. 1263 

Lost love; words by M. E. Livingston, 
music by Sylvester Long Cross. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 2819; 
Mary E. Livingston, Sedro Woolley, 
Wash. 1264 

Lota of the South Seas; South .Sea 
love song, words and music by' Ir- 
ving Caplan. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E 2996; Caplan music pub. 
co., New York. 1265 

Lotus flower ; gavotte, by G. E. 
Holmes ; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 

22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2318 ; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 1266 

Louise ; words and music by Al. Johns. 
'[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3183 ; Hughes 
Bailey & co., inc., New T York. 1267 

Louisiana moon ; words and music by 
Earl Monroe ; moledy with pf . ace, 
and refrain for voice and pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3184; 
Hughes Bailey & co., inc., New York. 

1268 

Love ; words and music by L. G. Lowe. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2960; Lillian 
G. Lowe, Stotesbury, W. Va. 1269 

Love built a little garden ; words by 
Herbert J. Brandon, music by 



Charles Huerter. 1. In F. — 2. In A 
flat. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
25; E pub. 2960; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 1270 

Love call ; lyric and motif by S. G. 
Handelsman, musical setting by G. 
Greven. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E 
unp. 3120 ; Sara G. Handelsman, San 
Francisco. 1271 

Love (The) call; words and melody 
by N. C. Wilson, musical arrange- 
ment by Agatha Turner. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 2913; Nellie 
Cole Wilson, St. Helena, Calif. 1272 

Love divine; lyric and music by Caro 
Roma. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
24; E pub. 2991; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 1273 

Love divine ; hymn, words and music 
by E. F. Stanton. © Jan. 15, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2812; Robert 
Emmet Winsett, Chattanooga. 1274 

Love is like a punch in the nose; 
words by Billy Rose, music by Al 
Jolson and Peter De Rose. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; E unp. 3084; Irving Berlin, 
inc., New York. 1275 

Love isn't love any more ; lyric by F. 
D. Downey, music by M. Hamilton. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 27, 1928 ; E unp. 2751 ; Fairfax 
D. Downey and Morris Hamilton, 
New York. 1276 

Love (The) lament; by Carlyon de 
Lyle, of Great Britain; pf. © Dec. 
27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
2012; Swan & co. (Music publish- 
ers) ltd., London. 1277 

Love me long; musical comedy, book 
and lyrics by J. Muldoon, music by 
Joe Kempner. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
D imp. 27426 ; Johnny Muldoon, 
New York. 1278 

Love me while the music plays ; waltz, 
words and music by Billy Hays ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 2574; 
Spier & Coslow, inc., New York. 

1279 

Love (The) pirate; words and music 
by B. L. M. Johns. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; E unp. 3215; Berta L. M. 
Johns, Orange Park, Fla. 1280 

Lovely night in Spain ; words by Ray- 
mond B. Egan and Joe Goodwin, 
music by Larry Shay ; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
30; E pub. 3072; John S. Finck, inc., 
Detroit. 1281 



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Lover's (A) plaint; pt.-song, words by 
Thomas Ford, music by Frank 
Greenfield, of Great Britain ; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 16; E for. 2211; W. Paxton & 
co., ltd., London. 1282 

Lover's [ !] still; words and music by 
N. Barnes. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
2961; Nellie Barnes, Lola, Ky. 

1283 

Love's first kiss ; theme song of A 
woman of affairs, lyric by Raymond 
Klages, music by William Axt and 
David Mendoza. © Jan. 22, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2887; Bobbins 
music corp., New York. 1284 

Love's soliloquy ; words by Walt 
Whitman, music by Robert W. 
Manton, op. 22 ; sop. or ten. © Dec. 
20, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E pub. 
2758 ; E. C. Schirmer music co., 
Boston. 1285 

Love's song; words by L. Scott, music 
by Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
2942; Lucille Scott, Osceola, la. 

1286 

Lu baccalaru da za Betta ; lyric by 
Giuseppe Artali, music by Giuseppe 
Madonia, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 
2905 ; Nettie Tesoriero, New York. 

1287 

Lu bummu 'talianu ; versi di A. Criv- 
ello, musica di A. Galasso, of Italy, 
domiciled at Jersey City. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E unpub. 2995; A. Crivello, 
Brooklyn, A. Galasso, Jersey City, 
and J. Clano, Woodside. L. I., N. Y. 

1288 

Lu suli scinni a mari ; Cicilian [ !] 
dialet [ !] song, versi di R. Madonia, 
musica di N. Tesoriero. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1929; E unp. 2906; Nettie 
Tesoriero, New York. 1289 

Lu zitaggiu di Carmela ; words by 
Giovanni De Rosalia, music by R. 
De Luca, of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 
3272; Ralph De Luca, Brooklyn. 

1290 

Luana Lu ; lyric by Mitchell Parish, 
music by Lou Herscher ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E pub. 2737 ; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 1291 

Lucke (Katharine E.) Prelude; 
organ. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; 



E pub. 2225; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 1292 

Lucky strike; words and music by 
Leon De Costa. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 
2722 ; Olive De Costa, New York. 

1293 

Lullaby; by M. E. Bronson; melody 
with pf. ace. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3031 ; Margaret E. Bronson, 
Cincinnati. 1294 

Lullaby (A) ; words by Patience 
Worth, music by Irwin Fischer. © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E pub. 2776 ; Dean-Phillips, Chicago. 

1295 

Lully ( — ) Air; attributed to Lully, 
transcribed by Arthur Hartmann ; 
violin and pf . ; in G. © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2541 ; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

1296 

Lussimpiccolo ; canzone fox-trot, di 
Vittorio Mascheroni, of Italy ; 
piccola orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1847; A. & 
G. Carisch & c, Milan. 1297 

Lussimpiccolo ; canzone fox-trot, versi 
di Peppino Mendes, musica di Vit- 
torio Mascheroni, of Italy ; pf . © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
1858 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

1298 

Lutin (Le) de Glenmore ; legende pour 
orch., par Georges Brun, of France, 
op, 105. 1. Partition. — 2. Parties 
separees, avec pf. conducteur. © 
Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2145; 2146; Henry Lemoine 
et cie., Paris. 1299,1300 

Lyrisches salon-album ; 48 leichte 
compositionen fur harmonium solo, 
componiert von Hermann Wenzel, 
of Germany, bk. 1. © Nov. 5, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E foft 
2245; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 1301 

Ma cherie petite baby doll ; fox trot, 
words by High Gear Bob Stayton 
[i. e. R. L. Stayton], music by Ray 
Hibbeler. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3209; 
'Robert Louis Stayton, Los Angeles. 

1302 

McKinley (The) song; words and 
music by W. Schuessler. Chicago, 
111., William McKinley high school. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E pub. 
2477; William Schuessler, Chicago. 

1303 



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1325 



Madeleine ; Dansk tekst : Alfred 
Kjerulf, musik: Sidney Mills and 
Howard Brown, both of Denmark; 
pf. © Dec. 29, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929 ; E for. 2208 ; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 1304 

Madelon . . . ! lied und blues, worte von 
A. Steinberg-Frank, music von Henry 
Love, of Austria. © Mar. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E for. 2070; Edi- 
tion Scala. Vienna. 1305 

Madonna bruna ; canzone-tango, di 
Vittorio Mascheroni, of Italy ; pic- 
cola orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1843; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 1306 

Madonna bruna ; canzone-tango, versi 
di Peppino Mendes, musica di Vit- 
torio Mascheroni. of Italy; pf. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
1860 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

1307 

Madre (Mother) ; Spanish waltz bal- 
lad, words and music by J. M. 
Peman. © Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Dec. 
27, 1928; E pub. 2460; Jose M. 
Peman, Los Angeles. 1308 

Madchen (Das) am Bodensee ; walzer- 
lied, von P. Miiller ; 1 st B flat cornet. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 2935; 
Peter Miiller, Philadelphia. 1309 

Magara vagyoin . . . ; tango, szoveget 
irta : Ilniczky Laszlo, zenej£t szer- 
zettek : Hubai Albert es Voros Feri, 
both of Hungary. © Dec. 17, 1927 ; 

1 c. Dec. 7, 1928; E for. 1364; 
Kalman Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

1310 
Magic moonlight ; selection from the 
musical comedy, by Win. Morris, 
arr. bv W. D. Moyer ; banjo band. 
© Dec. 26. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 28 ; E pub. 
1978 ; Don Santos, Rochester, N. Y. 

1311 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E 
flat ; words from the Bible, music by 
Herbert M. Butcher ; mixed voices, 
with organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 6, 1928 ; 

2 c. Oct. 13; E 2817; Wm. E. Ash- 
mall & co„ Boston. 1312 

Mahnung; mannerchor, a cappella, 
words by Georg Reich, music by Paul 
Lefmann, of Germany, op. 39, no. 2. 
4to. © Oct. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2264 ; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
logne, Germany. 1313 

Maid (A) churning; by Bainbridge 
Crist; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2521; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1314 



Mailied ; text von Goethe, musik von 
H. Behr. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
26 ; E pub. 3033 ; Herman Behr, New 
York. 1315 

Majestic waltz of love ; words by Wil- 
liam Hibbard, music by O. D. Kin- 
caid. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 
2638 ; Owen David Kincaid, Chicago. 

1316 

Make room in your heart ; hymn, 
words by Ada Powell, music by R. E. 
Winsett. © Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
17; E pub. 2807; Robert Emmet 
Winsett, Chattanooga. 1317 

Malke (A) ohn a meilach ; from the 
musical comedy, words and music by 
I. Lillian and Benjamin L. Blanc. 

© Oct. 26, 1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 3 ; E pub. 
334 ; Isidor Lillian, Brooklyn. 1318 

Mama's shortenin' bread ; words and 
music by Eddie Leonard and Jack 
Stern. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3123; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 1319 

Mammy's lullaby ; words by Frederick 
Firth, music by Jack Thompson, of 
Great Britain. © Jan. 16, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 24; E for. 2344; Chappell 
& co., ltd., London. 1320 

Man braucht ja so w T enig um gliicklich 
zu sein; fox trot, text von Otto 
Stransky, musik von Fis. A. Bach- 
Robiloff, of Germany ; orch., with pf. 
direction. 4to. © Aug. 10, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2056 ; Oskar 
Seifert, Eppendorf, Germany. 1321 

Manolita; paroles de R. Chamfleury, 
musique de Jose Sentis, of Spain. 
© Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2108; Editions musicales 
Evette, Paris. 1322 

Man's (A) man; from Follow thru, 
words and music by B. G. DeSylva 
[pseud, of George Gard De Sylva], 
Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1928 ; E unp. 3235 ; DeSylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

1323 

March of the bull frogs ; fantastic 
patrol, by Willy B. Stahl, arr. by 
Walter C. Schad ; orch., with pf.- 
organ conductor. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2885; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1324 

March of the classes ; by M. L. Preston ; 
pf . duet. © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
15; E pub. 2387; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 1325 



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Mareha dos soldadinhos desafinados ; 
di Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez, of 
Brazil, op. 53, n. 1 ; pf. © Dec. 27, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 28; E for. 1791; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 1326 

Marchande (La) de fleurs; par Denis 
Dupre, of Great Britain; pf. © 
Jan. 28, 1927; 1 c. Nov. 30, 1928; 
E for. 2027; A. Hammond & co., 
London. 1327 

Marche humoristique ; par Michel Ro- 
mano, of Italy ; pf . conductor. 4to. 
© Nov. 20', 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2091; M. Romano, Antibes, 
France. 1328 

Marche orientale ; bv Vera Buck, of 
Australia ; pf . © Nov. 22, 192S ; 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; E for. 2047 ; Allan & 
oo., proprietary ltd., Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia. 1329 

Mariette; ou. Comment on ecrit l'his- 
toire, comedie musicale en 4 actes, 
de Sascha Guitry, musique de Oscar 
Straus, of Austria. Partition pf. et 
chant. © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
19; D for. 27423; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 1330 

Mariuccia ; words by Larry Perry 
[pseud, of L. Perricone], music by 
Coloman Katona. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929 ; E imp. 2645 ; Lawrence Perri- 
cone, St. Louis. 1331 

Marquisette ; gavotte, by A. W. Lan- 
sing ; pf ., 4 hands, © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 3021 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1332 

Marvelous child ; lyrics by M. Sun- 
shine, music by Howard Mott. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 3040; Marion 
Sunshine, New York. 1333 

Mary Jane; words and music by F. J. 
Lynch. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3049; 
Frank Joseph Lynch, New York. 

1334 
Mary's not old fashioned any more ; 
lyrics by M. Sunshine, music by 
Howard Mott. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 
3041 ; Marion Sunshine, New York. 

1335 
Maschinist Hopkins ; oper in eiuem 
vorspiel, drei akten und zwolf bil- 
dern, von Max Brand, of Austria, 
op. 11, klavierauszug mit text von 
Erwin Stein, of Austria. © Dec. 
13, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7; D for. 27428; 
Universal edition a. g., Vienna. 

1336 



Mass in honor of The little flower; 
words from the liturgy of the Cath- 
olic church, music by T. Francis 
Burke; unison or two-part cho. 4to. 
© Jan. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; E pub. 
2905 ; McLaughlin & Reilly co., Bos- 
ton. 1337 

Massa-choo-setts ; words and music by 
Dave Ringle; pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; E pub. 
2482 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 1338 

Mater dolorosa ; versi di F. Amodio, 
musica di Remo D' Alba. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; E unp. 3093; Frank Amodio, 
Brooklyn. 1339 

Mauna Loa ; words and music by Jack 
Scholl and Irving Mills; pf. ace. 
with ukulele an*, by M. Kalua. © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E pub. 2667 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 1340 

Mavis (The) ; pt.-song for choir, music 
by H. Purcell, arr. by Hugh S. Rob- 
erton, of Great Britain ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 17; E for. 2086; Joseph Wil- 
liams, ltd., London. 1341 

Max Reger ; eine auswahl seiner 
werke fur harmonium, mittelschwer 
bearb. von Karl Hoyer, of Germany. 
© Nov. 5, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; 
E for. 2247; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 

1342 

Maxicana ; words by J. Brockman, mu- 
sic by J. Brockman and Gus Ed- 
wards. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3317; 
James Brockman, Los Angeles. 1343 

Mayarina ; cancion costena, letra y 
musica de S. Gonzalez, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3309; 
Salome Gonzalez, Chicago, 111. 1344 

Maybe you're gonna be sorry ; words 
and music by C. J. Kann. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; E unp. 2492 ; Carl Joseph 
Kann, Guttenberg, la. 1345 

Mazel tov ; lyric and music by L. Satz. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3298; Ludwig 
Satz, New York. . 1346 

Mazurka di bravura ; by Richard 
Krentzlin, of Germany, op. 129; pf. 
© Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 
2377; Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 1347 



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no. 1, 1929 



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Me and my girl friend Lou ; words by 
W. E. Story, music by E. S. Wilkins. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2577; 
Edith Story Wilkins, Pittsburg, 
Calif., and William Edmund Story, 
Antioch, Calif. 1348 

Me and my little banjo; words and 
music by M. H. R. Cook. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1928; E unp. 2441; Mary Hunger- 
ford Robinson Cook, Watsonville, 
Calif. 1349 

Mean to me ; words and music by Roy 
Turk and Fred E. Ahlert. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1929 ; E unp. 2556 ; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 1350 

Meditation ; [poem by] J. Krishna- 
murti, for en rost och piano, kom- 
ponerad av E. Cajanus, of Sweden. 
© Jan. 22. 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; E for. 
2314; Einar Cajanus, Stockholm. 
Sweden. 1351 

Meet me in Chicago town ; words and 
music by J. M. Callju. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1929: E imp. 3267; Joseph M. 
Callju, Rockford, 111. 1352 

Meeting and parting ; words and music 
by George Pelling. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3185; Hughes Bailey & co., 
inc.. New York. 1353 

Melancholy; for fotoplay, by Hugo 
Felix, ed. by D. Savino ; pf. © 
Dec. 28. 1928; 2 c. Dec. 29; E pub. 
2628: Robbins music Corp.. New 
York. 1354 

Melodic foundation studies for violin 
beginners; by Russell Webber. © 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 25 ; 
AA 7726 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 1355 

Melodische etiiden : von Fr. Burgmiil- 
ler, neue instruktive ausgabe von 
Theodore Wiehmayer, of Germany; 
pf. v. 1. op. 100.— v. 2. op. 109.— 
v. 3, op. 105. © Aug. 7, 1928; 1 c. 
each Jan. 11. 1929; E for. 2240- 
2242: Heinrichshofen's verlag, Mag- 
deburg, Germany. 1356-1358 

Memories ; by Anna Priscilla Risher : 
violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 1928 : 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2356; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1359 

Memories ; by David C. Brooks ; pf . 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music 
co. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2. 
1929; E pub. 2157; Reginald K. 
Liversidge, Lawrence, Mas*. 1360 



Memories; valse, by I. Turnbull; pf. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1928 ; E unp. 2757 ; 
Isabella Turnbull, Saranac Lake, 
N. Y. 1361 

Memories ; words and music by W. O. 
Wesner. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3159; 
William O. Wesner, Tower City, Pa. 

1362 

Memories of Picardy ; from Hollywood 
music box revue, lyrics and music 
by Carlton Kelsey, Lupino Lane and 
Val Burton. © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 29; E pub. 3092; Harms, inc., 
New York. 1363 

Memories of summer days ; reverie, 
by Eilsel Holt ; pf . © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2568; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 1364 

Memory; words by S. H. M. Byers, 
music by Charles Wakefield Cad- 
man ; in G. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2380; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1365 

Mem'ries of you ; waltz, words and 
music by Charlie Follansbee. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E imp. 3286; 
Charles Lambert Follansbee, Wash- 
ington. 1366 

Mendelssolm-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Easter jubilate ; proces- 
sional, words, and arr. of music from 
Mendelssohn, by M. C. Brown. 4to. 
© Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; E 
pub. 3040; Margaret Coote Brown, 
Buffalo. 1367 

Notturno ; aus Sommernachts- 

traum, arr. von Leo Artok, of Ger- 
many ; salon-orch.. with pf. conduc- 
tor. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; 
E for. 1795; B. Schotfs sohne, 
Mainz, Germany. 1368 

On wings of song ; arr. by W. F. 

Ambrosio ; violin and pf. © Dec. 
26, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 : E pub. 
2515 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 

1369 

Menuet ; by J. J. Mazzarino : violin 
and pf . ; in G. © 1 c. Jan. 3. 1929 ; 
E unp. 2496 ; Jos. John Mazzarino, 
Boston. 1370 

Menuet ; tire de la suite d'orch., 
Masques et bergamasques, de Gabriel 
Faure, op. 112, transcription pour 
violoncelle et pf. par Louis Fournier, 
of France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2167 ; Duranr] et 
cie., Paris. 1371 



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Menuet de concert; by Jan Hurst, of 
Great Britain ; pf . London, Row- 
land's. © Dec. 19, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 2 ; 
E for. 1766; Solomon Rowland, 
London. 1372 

Menuett ; von Hugo Kaun, of Germany, 
op. 124, no. 3 ; violoncello and pf . 
© Nov. 8, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; 
E for. 2231 ; Amsel-verlag, Berlin- 
Siidende, Germany. 1373 

Menuetto ; by Joseph Brinkman ; pf . 
© Jan. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; E pub. 
2466; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 1374 

Mermaids ; by Ella Ketterer ; pf . © 
Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 
2360 Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 1375 

Merry (The) countryside; forfotoplay, 
by Hugo Felix, ed. by D. Savino ; pf. 
© Dec. 26, 1928 2 c. Dec. 27 ; E pub. 
2625 Robbins music corp., New York. 

1376 

Merry (A) suite; by Jessie Furze, of 
Great Britain ; pf . 1. To market on 
the mare. [4 others] © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1842 ; 
Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 1377 

Message (The) of Christmas; Christ- 
mas carol, words and music by J. A. 
Meale, of Great Britain. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; E unp. 2871; J. Arthur 
Meale, Hatch End, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. 1378 

Mi ultima noche ; vals, by Cirilo 
Rodriguez, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Chicago; pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp, 2716 ; Ignacio 
M. Valle, Chicago. 1379 

Michigan River blues ; words and 
music by Bert Mays. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1928; 
E unpub. 2998; State street music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 1380 

Middle (The) way; words by T. 
Mundy, music by Dawn Allen. © 1 
c. Jan. 2. 1929 ; E unp. 2452 ; Talbot 
Mundy, New York. 1381 

Middlesex (The) hymn book; com- 
piled by F. Winsor and John P. 
Marshall, rev. by Arthur Motter 
Lamb. Middlesex school. 8vo. © 
Nov. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 14 ; aff . Dec. 
13 ; A 2459 ; Frederick Winsor, Con- 
cord, Mass. [© on new hymns and 
changed tunes.'] 1382 

Midland (The) prince; march, by H. 
G. McMillan. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; 



E unp. 3144; Hubert G. McMillan, 
Leavenworth, Kan. 1383 

Midnight lagoon ; Creole romance, by 
Thurlow Lieurance; pf. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 3023; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

1384 

Midsummer eve; serenade, by G. E. 
Holmes; band pts., with solo B flat 
cornet conductor. 4to. © Sept. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2319; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 1385 

Mignotise ; intermezzo giocoso, scena 
musicale per films cinematografiche, 
riduzione per orchestrina con pf . con- 
duttore dell' autore Ettore Monta- 
naro, of Italy, op. L23. pts. 4to. 
© Dec. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 
1785 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1386 

Miner's blues; words and music by 
F. Hutchison. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 
2896; Frank Hutchison, Big Creek, 
W. Va. 1387 

Minstrel (The) boy; [song], Irish air, 
arr. with descant by Geoffrey Shaw, 
of Great Britain. 4to. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 15, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 15; E for. 2035; 
Novello & co., ltd., London. 1388 

Minuet ; by Frances McCollin, bowing 
by Lucius Cole; violin and pf. © 
Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 
3018 ; Theodore Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 1389 

Minuet ; by Sydney Marshall ; pf . © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E 
pub. 2775; Dean-Phillips, Chicago. 

1390 

Mio padre; tango de l'operette Comte 
Obligado, par Raoul Moretti, arr. 
par Francis Salabert, of France; 
orch. pts., with pf.-conductor, 1st 
violin-conductor and words. © 
April 15, 1928; 1 c. May 10; E 
692089; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

1391 

Mirage ; words by Florence Moore 
Winston, music by E. L. Wendel. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E imp. 3001; 
Emma Louise Wendel, Trenton, N. 
J., and Florence Moore Winston, 
New York. 1392 

Mirror dance ; by William M. Felton ; 
pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; 
E pub. 2379; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 1393 



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Miseremini : musique de Alexandre 
Bigay, of France, ace. arr. pour 
orgue par Andre Messier; chant et 
orgue. © Mar. 10. 1928: 1 c. Apr. 
9 ; E 6S9538 ; Choudens, Paris. 1394 

Misery farm ; words and music by C. 
Jay Wallis, of Great Britain; pf. 
and ukelele ace. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 
c. Jan. 17; E for. 2087; Cambridge 
music co., London. 1395 

Missa pro defunctis ; music by E. Bot- 
tigliero, arr. by Alexander Pero ; 
two voice cho., organ ace. 4to. © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1929; E 
pub. 2188; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 1396 

Missing you ; words by Annabel Greer, 
music by G. D. Moore; pf. and uke- 
lele ace. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
8. 1929: E unp. 3036; Grady D. 
Moore, Nashville. 1397 

Missing you so ; waltz, words by O. 
Sanchez, music by J. Yalverde, of 
Guatemala, domiciled at San Fran- 
cisco. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 
3008 ; Oscar Sanchez and Jose Yal- 
verde, San Francisco. 1398 

Mississippi moon ; words and music by 
T. Tronieri. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 31. 1928 ; E unp. 
2411; Theodore Tronieri, Philadel- 
phia. 1399 

Mississippi muck ; words and music by 
K. B. O'Brien. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 
2447; Kenneth Bostwick O'Brien, 
Minneapolis. 1400 

Mr. Gay's The beggars opera ; with 
new symphonies and aces, by Healey 
Willan. of Canada. [Yocal sc] © 
Dec. 28. 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; E for. 
2044 : Frederick Harris co., London. 

1401 

Mister Squirrel; lullaby, words by 
James J. Montague, music by Carlyle 
Davis. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
14; E pub. 2830; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 1402 

Mitternachtsspuk : intermezzo, von 
Max Rhode, of Germany, op. 17 ; 
orch. 4to. © Dec. 18, 1928: 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2004 ; Anton J. 
Benjamin, Leipzig. 1403 

Mmiez' 'e pazze ; versi di G. Amato, 
musica di G. De Luca, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3220 ; Gennaro Amato, Brook- 
lyn. 1404 



Mockingbird (The) love song; words 
and music by Harry B. Rowe. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2602; 
Rowe. Byxbe & Rowe, Los Angeles. 

1405 

Moda (La) e li fimmini ; versi di A. 
De Simone, musica di S. Lunetta ; 
[Words and melody only] © Jan. 
4, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2278; 
Andrea De Simone and Sisto Lu- 
netta, New York. 1406 

Modern (A) Cinderella; fantasy, by 
Evan Marsden. of Great Britain ; pf. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 23 ; E for. 
2345 : Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 1407 

Modern polka; by S. Kautz ; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2682; 
Steve Kautz, New York. 1408 

Moissonneurs (Les) ; par Couperin, 
arr. by Orlando Morgan, of Great 
Britain ; pf . © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1841; Edwin 
Ashdown, ltd., London. 1409 

Monaco (II) sperduto; musica di 
Paola Cittarella, of Italy, domiciled 
at Philadelphia. [Melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E unp. 2774 ; John. 
Clano, Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 1410 

Monastery bells; nocturne, by Lefe- 
bure-Wely, op. 54, arr. by R. E. Hil- 
dreth. 4to. 1. Band.— 2. Orch. © 
Dec. 8, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2264, 2265; Walter Jacobs, 
inc., Boston. 1411, 1412 

Monkey biznez ; novelty pf . solo by 
Chas. L. Johnson. © Nov. 19, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2641; 
Forster music publisher, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1413 

Monna Yanna ; tango, worte von Al- 
fred Griinwald, musik von Carlo 
Toscanini, of Italy. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 

1 c. Jan. 25 ; E for. 2339 ; Drei mas- 
ken verlag, a. g., Berlin. 1414 

Mooch (The) ; by Duke Ellington and 
Irving Mills ; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E pub. 2738; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1415 

Moon (The) ; words by William Da- 
vies, music by Roland Farley; med. 
voice. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929; E pub. 2409; G Schirmer. 
inc., New York. 1416 

Moon children ; by Heinrich Gebhard ; 
pf. © Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1929; E pub. 2762; E. C. Schirmer 
music co., Boston. 1417 



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Moon Mullins; words and music by 
Grace Ingram and George Hill ; pf . 
and ukulele ace, © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 2891 ; Will Ros- 
siter, Chicago. 1418 

Moon, what are you seeing tonight? 
words by E. Myers, music by Sylves- 
ter Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1929; E unp. 3257; Earl Myers, 
Blachly, Or. 1419 

Moonlight waltz ; words and music by 
J. F. Holligan. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E unp. 
5760; John F. Holligan, Albany, 
N. Y. 1420 

More very young songs ; from When 
we were very young, and Now we 
are six, words by A. A. Milne, mu- 
sic by H. Fraser-Simson. London, 
Methuen & co., ltd. © Nov. 15, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; A— Foreign 
int. 12299; Alan Alexander Milne, 
London. 1421 

Morena ; tango, by Haydn Wood, of 
Great Britain; orch. pts., with pf. 
'conductor. (In ChappeU's orches- 
tral journal) © Jan. 16, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 30 ; E for. 2376 ; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. 1422 

Morena ; tango, by Haydn Wood, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 

1 c. Jan 11; E for. 2307; Chappell 
& co., ltd., London. 1423 

Morgan (A.) day and night; march. 
by D. G. La Banca ; band. 4to. © 
Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 27; E pub. 
2713; Arthur L. Morgan, St. Louis. 

1424 

Morning hymn ; sunrise on Mont Blanc, 
by Florence Newell Barbour ; pf . 
© Jan. 17, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E 
pub. 2866; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 1425 

Morning hymn (Morgan hymne) ; 
quartet or cho., text by Robert Rein- 
ick, music by George Henschel, 
adaptation and arr. by J. A. Parks ; 
male voices. 4to. © Jan. 1, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 2448 ; J. A. Parks 
co., York, Neb. 1426 

Morning skies ; words and music by 
T. E. Evans. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 
3197; Thomas E. Evans, Olyphant, 
Pa. 1427 

Morning (The) star; choral by Phillip 
Nicolai, arr. by Morten J. Luvaas ; 
treble voices, a cappelia. 4to. © 



Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 
2936; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

1428 

Mosquito, fly and flea ; words and mu- 
sic by V. Spivey. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2903 ; Victoria Spivey, New 
York. 1429 

Moss rose ; by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 3 ; pf . © Jan. 21, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2945 ; B. 
F. Wood music co., Boston. 1430 

Mot (Un) de toi ; tango, paroles de 
Pierre Bayle. musique de J. Bos, of 
France. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929; E for. 2110; Editions 
musicales Evette, Paris. 1431 

Mother; by F. S. Dunbar, of Canada. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 3, 1928; E unp'. 1761; Frances 
S. Dunbar, Biggar, Saskatchewan, 
Canada. 1432 

Mother ; words and music by E. Clark. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c, 
Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2579; Ethel 
Clarke, i. e. Mrs. Harry Clark, 
Cicero, 111. 1433 

Mother dear mine: lyric by Danny 
Matin, music by M. Rosumny. © 1 
c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2987; Max 
Rosumny, Los Angeles. 1434 

Mother I love just you ; words and 
music by L. W. Garrity. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2962: Larry W. Garrity, 
Fremont, O. 1435 

Mother, of mine ; words by Enriqueta 
C. Benefield, music by A. Aragona. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c 
Jan. 21, 1929: E unp. 2976; Andrea 
Aragona, Glendale, Calif. 1436 

Mother (A) waltz; words by G. J. 
Wendling, music by G. J. Wendling 
and E. A. Schindler ; pf. and ukulele 
arr. by Jean Walz, Chicago, Wen- 
dling and Schindler. © Nov. 7, 
1928: 2 c. Nov. 15; E pub. 3055; 
George J. Wendling and Edw. A. 
Schindler, Chicago. 1437 

Motherless blues ; words and music by 
Hattie Burleson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
imp. 2538; Brunswick-Balke-Collen- 
cler co., New York. 1438 

Mount and away ; two-part song, 
words by Harold Boulton, music by 
Norman O'Neill, of Great Britain; 
sop. and contralto. 4to. [Staff and 



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tonic sol-fa notations] © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 1997 ; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 1439 

Moyer's charted harmony chords for 
Hawaiian guitar ; by Will D. Moyer. 
© Jan. 7, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
14; AA 7245; Chart music pub. 
house, inc., Chicago. 1440 

Moyer's universal teacher for plectrum 
banjo in C notation ; by Will D. 
Moyer, arr. by Tom Carey. 4to. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 12; 
AA 8703 ; Chart music pub. house, 
inc., Chicago. 1441 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Minuet; 
transcription by Arthur Hartmann ; 
violin and pf . ; in D. © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2543 ; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 1442 

Les noces de Figaro ; de l'opera- 

comique en quatre actes, fantaisie 
par Raoul Morane, of France. 
1. Pf.— 2. Facile; violon et pf. © 
Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2155, 2158; Choudens, Paris. 
1443, 1444 

Romanze aus dem 3. konzert fur 

horn ; arr. von Egon Gunther, of 
Germany ; orch., with pf. direction 
and 1st violin direction. 4to. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 15; E for. 
2033 ; D. Rahter, Leipzig. 1445 

Variationen uber ein thema von 

W. A. Mozart ; fur orch., von Adolf 
Busch, of Germany, op. 41. Parti- 
tur. © Dec. 22, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1929; E for. 1982; Breitkopf & 
Hartel, Leipzig. 1446 

Mujeres sin amor ; danza, words by 
Jose Lopez Castellon, music by S. R. 
Ramos, of Mexico, domiciled at Chi- 
cago. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E unp. 2666; Silvano R. Ra- 
mos, Chicago. 1447 

Music (A) box; ancient German 
dance, by Bainbridge Crist ; pf. © 
Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929; 
E pub. 2518 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 1448 

Music (The) hour; 1st book, [com- 
piled] by Osbmrne McConathy, W. 
Otto Miessner, Edward Bailey Birge 
and Mabel E. Bray. 8vo. © Dec. 
19, 1928; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 28; A 
2492 ; Silver, Burdett & co., Newark. 
N. J. [© on new material] 1449 

Music waves ; hymn, words and music 
bv O. A. Parris. © Sept. 15, 1928; 



2 c. Dec. 20 ; E pub. 2608 ; James D. 
Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

1450 

Musical (The) Salvationist; compiled 
by F. G. Hawkes, of Great Britain. 
Witli supplement, v. 43, pt. 1, Jan. 
1929. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
22 ; E for. 2281 ; Salvationist pub. & 
supplies, ltd., London. 1451 

My aeroplane; words and music by A. 
Lifter, of Russia, domiciled at New 
York. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3265; 
Anna Lifter, New York. 1452 

My Angelie ; words and music by 
Frank and Pat Baffa [i. e. Patrick 
Baffa] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 
2857; Patrick Baffa, Jersey City. 

1453 

My Angeline; lyric by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert, music by Mabel Wayne. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929 ; E imp. 2749 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 1454 

My Angeline; waltz ballad, lyric by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel 
Wayne. © Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
26; E pub. 3102; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 1455 

My Angeline ; waltz, lyric by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert, music by Mabel Wayne, arr. 
by Arthur Lange; orch. pts. 4to. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 
3099; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

1456 

My beautiful Oregon rose ; words and 
music by W. L. Walker. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3192 ; William 
L. Walker, Portland, Or. 1457 

My beautiful rose ; words and music 
by J. Hrvacic, of Jugo-Slavia, domi- 
ciled at Detroit. © Dec. 28, 1928, 
2 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 2471 ; John 
Hrvacic, Detroit. 1458 

My blue eyed Peggy Rose; words by 
R. J. Tyson, music by Luther A. 
Clark. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1928; E unp. 3146; 
Raymond Jacob Tyson, Carlisle, Pa. 

1459 

My Broadway racketeer ; American 
Apache song, words by Edgar Leslie, 
mus'c by Jimmie Monaco ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 8, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E pub. 2597; Donald- 
son, Douglas & Gumble, inc., New 
York. 1460 



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My castle in Spain is a shack in the 
lane ; words and music by Cliff 
Friend and Irving Caesar. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1929; E unp. 3006; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 1461 

My Cleveland girl ; words and music 
by P. A. G. Quinn. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3266; Patrick Aloysius 
George Quinn, Fairview Village, O. 

1462 

My darling now that you and I are 
one; words by Leo L. Livingston, 
music by N. Marr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2910; Naiman Marr, New 
York. 1463 

My dear little home by the sea ; words 
and music by Buddy Valentine and 
Irving Mills ; pf . ace, with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2668; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. • 1464 

My dear old wife ; waltz song, words 
by E. Corcoran, music by Bertram 
Shield. [Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; E unp. 3136; Edwin Cor- 
coran, Portland, Or. 1465 

My dream baby; words and music by 
Ralph Chummie Keating. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929; E unp. 2725; Ralph Keating, 
Los Altos, Calif. 1466 

My dream girl ; waltz moderato, words 
by Leonardo Del Credo, music by 
C. Tucker. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 
2471 ; Carl Tucker, Vienna. 1467 

My dream of paradise ; words and mu- 
sic by V. R. Campanaro. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1929 ; E unp. 2949 ; Vito Rocco Cam- 
panaro, Wildwood, N. J. 1468 

My fav'rite melody; words and mu- 
sic by C. Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 17. 
1929; E unp. 3002; Carlton John- 
son, Hollywood, Calif. 1469 

My first lesson book; for beginners at 
the piano, by Mathilde Bilbro. © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 4; 
AA 9185; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

1470 

My friend's wife ; words and music by 
S'. B. Malone. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 
2965; Samuel B. Malone, McLean, 
Tex. 1471 



My happiness girl; fox-trot, by F. 
Markush, of Hungary ; orch. pts. © 

1 c. Dec. 28, 1928; E unp. 3140; 
Fred Markush, Budapest, Hungary. 

1472 
My Hawaiian dream girl; words and 
music by Harold Dixon and Irving 
Mills ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Dec. 
21, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E pub. 
2669 ; Gotham music service, inc., 
New York. 1473 

My Hawaiian heaven ; words by 
Mitchell Parish, music by Lou 
Herscher ; pf . ace, with ukulele arr. 
by M. Kalua. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E pub. 2739 ; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 1474 

My Hawaiian sweetheart ; fox-trot, 
words by M. B. Barrett, music by 
Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2828; Mildred B. Barrett, 
Ceres, N. Y. 1475 

My Hawaiian sweetheart ; lyric by 
Mitchell Parish and Irving Mills, 
music by Elliott Jacoby ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. bv M. Kalua. © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
pub. 2670 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 1476 

My heart cries out for you ; words and 
music by Art Gillham and Geo. 
Randall ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by Louis Fleischer. © Nov. 1, 1928 ; 

2 e Dec. 4 ; E pub. 2633 ; F. B. Havi- 
land pub. co., New York. 1477 

My heaven ; from The house boat on 
the Styx, lyrics by Monte Carlo, 
music by Alma Sanders ; pf . and 
ukulele ace © Dec. 19, 1928; 2 e 
Dec. 21; E pub. 2167; Harms, inc., 
New York. 1478 

My Honolulu moon ; vocal foxtrot, 
words and music by Conroy Sherry, 
of Great Britain ; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by Harry J. Stafford. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
(Cover-title: — Honolulu moon) © 
Jan. 9, 1929; 1 e Jan. 22; E for. 
2282 ; Campbell, Connelly & co., Lon- 
don. 1479 

My ideal ; words by Larry Norett, mu- 
sic by Sam H. Stept, arr. by W. C. 
Lindemann ; pf . and ukulele ace 
© Dee 20, 1928; 2 e Jan. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 2474 ; Winton music co., 
Cleveland. 1480 

My Iowa queen; words by Cynthia 
Flowers, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 e 



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Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2547; Cynthia 
F. Walker, Pacific Junction, la. 

1481 

My Leah ; words by Russell Smith, mu- 
sic by H. Hoffman. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 2583 ; Harry Hoffman, Pitts- 
burgh. 1482 

My little doll; words and music by 
A. M. Baldwin. © Jan. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 3063 ; Anita M. 
Baldwin, Santa Anita, Calif. 1483 

My little gypsy maiden; words and 
music by G. Nyman ; for voice and 
flute. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 
3063; Geo. Nyman, Portland, Or. 

1484 

My little Hawaiian boy; words by C. 
M. Stairs, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2824; C. M. Stairs, Seattle. 1485 

My little midnight Rose ; words and 
music by Ernie Burnett. [Chords 
single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; 
E unp. 3277; Ernest M. Burnett, 
Chicago. 1486 

My little pool ; words by Paul S. Nick- 
erson, music by Nicolas Slonimsky. © 
Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 
2910; White-Smith "music pub. co., 
Boston. 1487 

My Lord says He's gwineter rain down 
fire. American negro spiritual, arr. 
by J. Rosamond Johnson ; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E pub. 2341; Oliver 
Ditscn co., Boston. 1488 

My love's gone to Brooklyn to live ; 
lyric by F. D. Downey, music by M. 
Hamilton. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1928; E unp. 
2752: Fairfax D. Downey and Mor- 
ris Hamilton, New York. 1489 

My lucky star; from Follow thru, 
words and music by B. G. De Sylva 
[pseud, of George Gard De Sylva], 
Lew Brown and Ray Henderson ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Joseph 
M. Weiss. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E pub. 2067; De Sylva. 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

1490 

My May on the rue de la Paix ; words 
and music by R. Donnelly, arr. by 
Sneeze and Walton. 4to. [Words 
and melody only] © Aug. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 4 ; E pub. 2289 ; Ruth Don- 
nelly, New York. 1491 

My melody of love ; words and music 
by L. J. Kremer. [Words and mel- 



ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; 
E unp. 3074 ; Lucian Joseph Kremer, 
Tulsa, Okl. 1492 

My Miami sweetheart; words and mu- 
sic by Bob Schafer, Jack Le Soir 
and Ray Doll. © Dec. 21, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2671; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1493 

My Minnesota ; words by J. A. Bel- 
gar d, music arr. by Forrest Chilton. 
© Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E pub. 2678; Joseph Aldrick Bel- 
gard, Minneapolis. 1494 

My mother dear; lyric and melody by 
P. L. Geer, harmony and arrange- 
ment by Arthur Lee Mancebo. 
[Mimeographed] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929; E unp. 2608; Paul L. Geer, 
Berkeley, Calif. 1495 

My mystery ; words and music by E. 
H. Wolfe. [Melody in octaves] © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3337; 
Eleanor Harriet Wolfe, New York. 

1496 

My old Kentucky cabin; words and 
music by E. S. Carl, arr. by C. Ade- 
laide Slatter. © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 5 ; E pub. 2303 ; Emma Slatter 
Carl, Newport, Ky. 1497 

My old man ; lyric by Mort Dixon, 
music by Harry Woods. © Jan. 9, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; E pub, 2561; 
Remick music corp., New York. 

1498 

My old piano and me; words by J. 
Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Rob- 
erts; high voice. © Jan. 9, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 12 ; E pub. 2854 ; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 1499 

My pal Sue ; words by W. F. Medaris, 
music by Chester Escher. © Nov. 
24, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 3; E pub. 2293; 
William F. Medaris, Westville, Ind. 

1500 

My Pierrot ; from Hollywood music 
box revue, lyrics and music by Carl- 
ton Kelsey, Lupino Lane and Val 
Burton. © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
29; E pub. 3094; Harms, inc., New 
York. 1501 

My San Antonio; words and music by 
J. H. Downie ; solo or sop. and alto 
duet, with 1st ten., bar. and bnss 
pts. San Antonio, Tex., J. H. 
Downie co. 4to. © Nov. 24, ]928; 
2 c. Nov. 30 ; E pub. 2126 ; James H. 
Downie, San Antonio. 1502 



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My Savior is leading me right ; hymn, 
words by W. C. Poole, music by D. 
M. Shanks. © Jan. 15, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 17; E pub. 2813; Robert Em- 
met Winsett, Chattanooga. 1503 

My southern mammy of mine; words 
by H. Reinschreiber, music by 
Johnny Thompson and H. Rein- 
schreiber. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1928; E unp. 2567; 
Henry Reinschreiber, Philadelphia. 

1504 

My southern rose ; ballad, words and 
music by W. S. Shotwell, arr. by 
Gordon Newham. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1929 ; E unp. 3299 ; Woodford Stew- 
art Shotwell, Springfield, O. 1505 

My starlight; fox-trot song, lyric by 
Benee Russell, music by Vincent 
Rose. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; E pub. 2589; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 1506 

My starlight; fox-trot, lyric by Benee 
Russell, music by Vincent Rose, arr. 
by Arthur Lange ; orch. 4to. © 
Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 16; E pub. 
2821; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

1507 

My sugar pie baby ; words and music 
by N. A. Person. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1929; E unp. 3322; Noye Aycock 
Person, Louisburg, N. C. 1508 

My sunshine girl ; words by G. Cox, 
music by K. O'Tay, of Canada. To- 
ronto, Canada, Weona pub. assn. © 
Oct. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
E for. 2380; George Cox and Kings- 
ley O'Tay, Toronto, Canada. 1509 

My sweet dream girl ; words and mu- 
sic by M. R. Singer. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929; E unp. 3007; Mabel Ruth 
Singer, Aurora, Or. 1510 

My sweetheart bird ; words by George 
E. Merrick, music by Louis Drake- 
ford [i. e. L. H. Drakeford], of 
Great Britain. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; 
E unp. 3304; Lewis Henry Drake- 
ford, London. 1511 

My sweetie's so sweet ; words and mu- 
sic by J. Lawton. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
unp. 2692 ; Jack Lawton, Los An- 
geles. 1512 

My times are in Thy hand ; words by 
Jessie F. Moser, music by H. G. 
Tovey; pf. © Nov. 1. 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2650; Herbert 
G. Tovey, Los Angeles. 1513 

My tomorrow's [ !] ; words and music 
by V. Wise. [Words and melody 



only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 
2964; Violet Wise, Salem, Or. 1514 

My very own ; words and music by H. 
C. Schachern. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2568; Helen C. Schachern, New 
York. 1515 

My winged sweetheart; words by M. 
M. Roberts, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross, © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 
3258; Mary Meckley Roberts, North 
Bend, Wash. 1516 

Nach meiner heimat zieht's mich wie- 
der; walzer, text von Forster, mu- 
sik von Peter Fries-Forster, of Ger- 
many ; orch., with pf . direction. 
4to. © Oct. 19, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929; E for. 2057; Oskar Seifert, 
Eppendorf, Germany. 1517 

Nachtgesang ; von Hugo Kaun, of Ger- 
many, op. 124, no. 1 ; violoncello and 
pf. © Nov. 8, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929; E for. 2229; Amsel-verlag, 
Berlin Sudende, Germany. 1518 

Nadeschico; words by Frank Carroll 
Giffin, music by Alda Astori [i. e. 
R. L. Astori], of Italy, domiciled at 
San Francisco. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929; E unp. 2743; Rinalda Luisa 
Astori, San Francisco. 1519 

Nador Joska masodik notaskonyve; 20 
Hungarian songs, verse Nador 
Joska, Szavay Zoltan es Melha Ar- 
mandne, zenejet Nador J6ska, of 
Hungary, obi. 24mo. © April 4, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 4; E for. 1350; Jos- 
eph Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

1520 

Nanibaujau ; words and music by L. 
M. Filiatrault. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929; E unp. 2982; Lauretta Marie 
Filiatrault, Duluth, Minn. 1521 

Nannette ; words and music by H. 
Bailey ; melody with pf. ace, and 
refrain for voice and pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3186; Hughes 
Bailey & co., inc., New York. 1522 

Nation (A) saved; words by Mrs, 
Chas. L. Green, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929; E unp. 2848; Sallie 
May Green, Fairfax, Va. 1523 

Nattbris ; vals, text av Ess Elge 
I pseud, of Sven Lundberg], mel : 
Henry Freeman [pseud, of Folke 
Torngerst], of Sweden; pf. © Nov. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1875; A. b. Nordiska musikforlaget, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 1524 



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Natur und leben ; zwolf stiicke fur das 
pf. in mittlerer schwierigkeit fiir 
den unterricht und mit fingersatz 
versehen, von Hugo Kaun, of Ger- 
many, werk 125. heft 1-3. © Nov. 
6. 8. 1928: 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929; 
E for. 2226-2228 : Amsel-verlag, Ber- 
lin-Siidende, Germany. 1525-1527 

Naughty eyes : lyric by Tom Ford, 
music by Ted Locke : pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © Nov. 
23, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 11. 1929 ; E pub. 
2882 ; Mills music, inc., New York. 

1528 

Naughty little lady : words by Larry 
Rich, music by Chas. Roddick; pf, 
ace, with ukulele arr. by W. C. 
Lindemann. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 15; E pub. 2691; Waterson, 
Berlin & Snyder co., New York. 

1529 

Neapolitan nights : valse de ballet, by 
Felix Lemoine. of Great Britain ; pf . 
© Jan. 18. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 29 : E for. 
2361; Walsh. Holmes & co., ltd., 
London. 1530 

'Neath twinkling stars ; by TV. A. 
Montgomery, of Great Britain, op. 
38. no. 2 ; pf . © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; E pub. 2953; B. F. Wood 
music co., Boston. 1531 

Nein, sowas von liebe ; foxtrott, text 
von Fritz Rotter u. Otto Stransky, 
musik von Werner R. Hermann, of 
Germany ; pf. arr. by Otto Linde- 
mann. © May 7, 1926; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1948; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1532 

Nem tehetek rola : szeretem ! . . ; 
blues, Nador Jozsef verse, Kola Joz- 
sef, of Hungary, zeneje. © Dec. 20, 
1927 : 1 c. Dec. 7. 1928 ; E for. 1362 ; 
Raima n Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

1533 

Neua selmitzelbank ; words by Otto 
Eisenschiml and Curt Benisch, mu- 
sic by Curt Benisch and Harry C. 
Thompson. ^ 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
unp. 2753; International music pub. 
co., Chicago. 1534 

Never ; words and music by Archie 
Gottler, Chas. Tobias and Maceo 
Pinkard. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2694; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 1535 

Never have a bath with your wrist- 
watch on ; words by Graham 
Squiers, music by Shirley Goodall, 



of Great Britain. [Staff and tonic- 
sol-fa notations 1 © Dec. 28, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 16. 1929 : E for. 2203 ; Rey- 
nolds & co., London. 1536- 

New (The) Casani Yale blues; music: 
by Reginald Morgan, of Great Brit- 
ain ; pf . © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1929; E for. 2367; Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd., London. 1537 

New (The) Ford; words and music 
by E. A. Waeldy. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 2966: Edward Allen Waddy, 
Wichita, Kan. 1538 

New (The) moon; musical romance, 
book and lyrics by Oscar Hammer- 
stein, 2nd., Frank Mandel and Lau- 
rence Schwab, music by Sigmund 
Romberg. Vocal sc. © Dec. 27, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 29; D jmb. 27427; 
Harms, inc., New York. 1539 

New (The) trail; Indian duet, words 
by Nelle Richmond Eberhart, music 
by Charles Wakefield Cadman ; 
mezzo-sop. and bar. © Nov. 21, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E pub. 
2911 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 1540 

Newest system of scale studies; for 
mastering playing of the double bass 
by D. Shmuklovsky. [English, Ger- 
man and French text] © Jan. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 2 ; AA 9186 ; 
Dmitry Shmuklovsky, Chicago. 

1541 

Nfamo destino ! versi di M. Tusiani, 
musica di Luigi Donadio. [Words 
and melody only] © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3066; Michele 
Tusiani, New York. 1542 

Nicolas; cancion por I. M. Valle, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Chicago ; [two 
voices] [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929 ; E unp. 2717 ; Ignacio M. Valle, 
Chicago. 1543 

Nicolette : by B. Stambler ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2728; Bern 
Stambler, New York. 1544 

Night calls me home; words and mu- 
sic by A. Y. Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929 ; E unp. 3020; Alma Y. Johnson. 
Avalon, Pa. 1545 

Night-riders (The) ; by Peter Broom 
[pseud, of Dora Gilner], of Great 
Britain; pf. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2415; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1546 



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Night (A) song; lullaby, trio or cho., 
words by G. Clifton Bingham, music 
by Frederic N. Lohr, three-part arr. 
by Marion Moore ; male voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 7; E pub. 
2444 ; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

1547 

Night time in Hawaii ; words and mu- 
sic by G. E. Offield. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929; E imp. 2978; Gertrude E. Of- 
field, Seattle. 1548 

Nights are blue; words and music by 
B. Frederick. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E imp. 2904; Billy Frederick, Balti- 
more. 1549 

Nite (The) we met was the theme of 
our song of love ; words by Jack 
Richmond [i. e., John L. Richmond], 
music by Gene Gifford [i. e., Harold 
Eugene Gifford] [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E unp. 
2656; H. Eugene Gifford, Memphis, 
Tenn. 1550 

Nivernaise ; par Rene Rabey, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929; E for. 2124; Heugel, Paris. 

1551 

No fool man can make a fool out of 
me; words and music by Carlton 
Kelsey, Jack Stern and Val Bur- 
ton. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3326; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 1552 

No more you ; from Follow thru, words 
and music by B. G. De Sylva [pseud, 
of George Gard De Sylva], Lew 
Brown and Ray Henderson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1929; E unp. 2557; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

1553 

No one but me, only me; theme song, 
from Show folks, words and music 
by Billy Stone, Al. Koppell and 
Chas. Weinberg; pf. and ukelele ace. 
© Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1929; 
E pub. 2927 ; Denton & Haskins mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., New York. 1554 

No one can take your place; lyric by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Matt 
Malneck and Frank Signorelli. 
j Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3344; Leo 
Foist, inc., New York. 1555 

No, papa, no ; words and music by 
Victoria Spivey. © Dec. 31, 1928; 

2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E pub. 2740; 



Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1556 

Nobody can tell me that, but you dear 
one, you ; words and music by P. 
Nussinof, of Russia, domiciled at 
Baltimore. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2841 : Pioter Nussinof. Baltimore. 

1557 

No-body - cares - so-dearie.-hurry - back- 
home ; lyrics and music by J. D. Lee 
and J. C. Lee; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1929 ; E unp, 3073 ; John Dotson Lee 
and Johnnie Catherene Lee, Talla- 
hassee, Fla. 1558 

Nobody knows; words and music by 
Johnny Burke. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 
3053 ; John G. Burke, Chicago. 1559 

Nora Neale ; words by Grif Alexander, 
music by Parke V. Hogan ; in F. ©j 
Dec. 14. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 
2381 ; Theodore Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 1560 

Nothin' to do; words and music by 
Frank Meyer. [Words. and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E unp. 
3082 ; Polk C. Brockman, Atlanta. 

1561 

Nothing to do but love ; words and mu- 
sic by Moe Jaffe, Clay Bolancl and 
Powers Gouraud. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3090; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc.. New York. 1562 

Nothing to do — but think of you ; by 
Felix Bernard, arr. by George J. 
Trinkaus ; vocal orch. pts. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2423 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 1563 

Nothing to do — but think of you ; fox- 
trot, lyric by Jack Meskill and 
Monty Siegel, music by Felix Ber- 
nard, arr. by Art McKay ; dance 
orch. pts. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2424; M. 
Witmark & sons, New York. 1564 

Nothing to do — but think of you ; lyric 
by Jack Meskill and Monty Siegel, 
music by Felix Bernard ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E pub. 2432; M. Witmark 
*Sc sons, New York. 1565 

Notturno ; from the second string quar- 
tet, by Borodine, arr. by Homer 
Whitford; organ. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2217; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 1500 



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November and May : fox-trot, words 
and music by E. D. Warren. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E imp. 2768; Erne D. Warren. 
Oilton, Okl. 1507 

Novia mia ; my sweetheart, words and 
music by S. Stauffer. © 1 c. Jan. 
15, 1929; E imp. 3000; St. Ella 
Stauffer, De Land. Fla. 1508 

Now I am lonesome ; words and music 
by F. L. Martin. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E imp. 2639; Francis Louis 
Martin, Muskegon, Mich. 1569 

Now sleeps the crimson petal ; 4-pt. 
song, words by Alfred Tennyson, mu- 
sic by James P. Dunn; women's 
voices. Copyright is claimed upon 
new matter by James P. Dunn, 
namely his arrangement for 4-pts.. 
women's voices, as contained in 
copies filed. 4to. © Jan. 3. 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 7; E unp. 23.36; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. 1570 

Nuit troublante ; entr'acte extrait de 
l'operette Betsy, par G. Bonincon- 
tro ; of France ; orch. pts. with pf . 
conductor. 4to. © Mar. 10, 1928; 
1 c. Apr. 9 ; E 689530 ; Choudens. 
Paris. 1571 

Nuits napolitaines ; musique de J. S. 
Zamecnik, paroles de Paul Max. of 
Belgium. © Dec. 10. 1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1928 ; E for. 1830 ; Editions musi- 
cales Sam Fox, Paris. 1572 

O, arrogant giver ; words by T. Mun- 
dy. music by Dawn Allen. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 2453; Talbot 
Mundy, New York. 1573 

O ! Betty ; fox-trot, by H. Ackermans, 
of Belgium ; orch. pts. with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Mar. 10. 1928: 1 c. 
Apr. 9; E 689532; Choudens, Paris. 

1574 

*0 fatto d' 'a pastiera ; versi di G. 
Amato, musica di R. De Luca, of 
Italy. domiciled at Brooklyn. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929: E unp. 3221; Gen- 
naro Amato, Brooklyn. 1575 

O God be merciful; words and music 
by A. Monestel ; organ ace. ; high, 
in A. © Dec. 3, 1928 : 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E pub. 2492; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 1576 

O God Creator, in Wbose hand ; hymn, 
words by Harry Webb Farrington, 
music by Herbert L. Heidecker. © 
Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 5; E pub. 
2183 ; Earl Enyeart Harper, Evans- 
ville, Ind. 1577 



O God! I love Thee; words by St. 
Francis Navier, music by a Sister 
of the Visitation [i. e. M. L. 
Browne] ; contralto or bar. Seattle,- 
Tacoma. Washington, Kaufer co., 
inc. © Dec. 1, 1926; 2 c. Dec. 10; 
E pub. 2590 ; Mary L. Browne, South 
Tacoma, Wash. 1578 

O God of nations ; words by Amelia 
C. Howe, music by M. W. Daniels. 
12mo. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1928; E 
unp. 2755 ; Mabel W. Daniels, Bos- 
ton. 1579 

O, happy day; ouverture, by Louis 
Better ; violin and pf . © Dec. 17, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2687; 
Louis Better music co., St. Louis. 

1580 

O-high-0 : march, by C. L. Barnhouse, 
sr. ; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 22, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 1992; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 1581 

O kiss me, don't say good bye ; words 
and music by E. Gerow. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14. 1929; E unp. 2876; Emma 
Gerow, White Plains, N. Y. 1582 

O 111' lamb ; poem by Paul Laurence 
Dunbar, music by L. Danz. Los 
Angeles, California, Neville-Marple 
music co. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2. 1929; E pub. 2140; Louis 
Danz, Anheiin, Calif. 1583 

'O panettiere; versi di G. Amato, mu- 
sica di R. De Luca, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Brooklyn. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3222 ; Gennaro Amato, Brook- 
lyn. 1584 

O salutaris ; pour chant avec ace. de 
pf., par Georges Brun, of France, 
op. 115. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9. 1929 ; E for. 2150 ; Henry Lemoine 
et cie., Paris. 1585 

O Saviour of the world ; by John Goss, 
arr. by Lucy Clark Street ; women's 
voices, organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2215; H. 
W. Gray co., New York. 1586 

O such wondrous love ; hymn, words 
by Grace Maynard. music by Jas. 
B. Franklin. © Sept. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 20; E pub. 2609; James D. 
Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

1587 

O think of His love for you ; hymn, 
words and music by G. W. Cooke. 
© Aug. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2714; Geo. W. Cooke, Wil- 
mington, Del. 1588 



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Oberki Tarnowskie; by Leona Kor- 
mana; pf. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928; 
E unp. 2438; International music 
pub. co., Chicago. 1589 

Off to camp; Bay scouts march, by 
W. A. Montgomery, of Great Britain, 
op. 38, no. 6; pf. © Jan. 21, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2957; B. F. 
Wood music co., Boston. 1590 

Oh baby, that breaks my heart ; words 
and music by Al Lewis and Al Sher- 
man. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2881; 
Remick music Corp., New York. 

1591 

Oh, dear! what can the matter be; 
humoresque, arr. by G. A. Grant- 
Schaef er ; pf. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2868; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 1592 

Oh Dorothy ; words and music by K. 
Janner. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 2939; 
Kasper Janner, West Catasauqua, 
Pa. 1593 

Oh, dream come true ; words by H. 
Roy, music by Phil Starr. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1929; E unp. 2941; Hattie Roy, 
Hubbell, W. Va. 1594 

Oh, gasoline ; words by E. M. Ponsler, 
music by Robert Van Sickle. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E unp. 2792; Erne May Pon- 
sler, Hudson, 111. 1595 

Oh how I hate my Fannie ; words and 
music by Bennie McLaughlin [i. e., 
B. H. McLaughlin] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2676; Bernard Howard Mc- 
Laughlin, Cambridge, Mass. 1596 

Oh ! I do like a basinful of hot-pot ; 
song fox-trot, words by Frank Tay- 
lor, music by Fred Shuff, of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Harry J. Stafford. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 10, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E for. 1809 ; Camp- 
bell, Connelly & co., London. 1597 

Oh ! Louise ; fox-trot, words and music 
by D. Tyler. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; 
E unp. 2948; Dale Tyler, Glendale, 
Calif. 1598 

Oh Lou-iss tell me who you choo-iss ; 
words and music by Johnny Tucker 
and Joe Schuster; pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; 
E pub. 2426; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1599 



Oh ! oh ! words and music by W. R. 
Daugherty. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 2603 ; William Ronald Daugh- 
erty, Sharon, Pa. 1600 

Oh wake me up then ; hymn, words by 
W. I. Varaer, music by J. M. Henson. 
© Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; E pub. 
2811 ; Robert Emmet Winsett, Chat- 
tanooga. 1601 

Oklahoma U : words by Roy Temple 
House, music by C. L. Pawlowski. 
© Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; E 
pub. 2679 ; C. L. Pawlowski, Norman, 
Okl. 1602 

Old Black Joe; by Stephen C. Foster, 
transcribed by Carlyle Davis, op. 42, 
no. 3; pf. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2397; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1603 

Old country polka ; by S. Kautz ; pf. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2683; 
Steve Kautz, New York. 1604 

Old (An) fashioned garden; words 
and music by R, S. Townsend. New 
York City, New York, Frank Hard- 
ing. © Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; 
E pub. 2596; Regia Sheppard Town- 
send, Ousted, Mich. 1605 

Old-fashioned waltz; by Daniel Wolf; 
pf. © Jan. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Jam 25 ; 
E pub. 3003; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 1606 

Old French gallantry ; by L. Leslie 
Loth, selected, ed., annotated and 
fingered by John M. Williams; pf. 
© Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
pub. 2920; Boston music co., Boston. 

1607 

Old (The) hand-organ man; by James 
C. Bradford, orch. by Walter C. 
Schad ; orch., with pf. conductor. © 
Jan. 2. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 
2260; Belwin, inc., New York. 1608 

Old (The) hen cackled; words and 
music by L. De Ville. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1929; E unp. 2592; Leo De Ville, 
Los Angeles. 1609 

Old (The) Hi-y ; unison, words by E. 
H. Bemis, music by J. A. Parks. 4to. 
© Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 
2447; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

1610 

Old Kentucky cabin ; words and music 
by C. J. Robison. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 2598; Carson J. Robison, 
New York. 1611 



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1633 



Old Kentucky my native land; words 
and music by S. Herron. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929 ; E trap. 3167 ; Stanley Herron, 
Lancaster, Ky. 1612 

Old New England ; words by Allen 
Eastman Cross, music by H. C. Whit- 
temore. 4to. © Nov. 26, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 28; E pub. 2227; Harry C. 
Whittemore, Manchester, N. H. 

1613 

Old pal we'll meet again some day; 
words and music by L. Monsarrat. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3155; Lucille 
Monsarrat, Mobile. 1614 

Old (The) school bell; words by E. L. 
B. Johnson, music by David Reed ; 
pf . and ukulele ace. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 2998; Emma 
Luella Bever Johnson, Marshfield, 
Ind. 1615 

Old timer ; words by Billy Rose, music 
by Louis Silvers ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by May Singhi Breen. 
© Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 29 ; E pub. 
3065 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

1616 

Old ( The ) toy maker ; by Marie 
Crosby, op. 67, no. 3, selected, ed., 
annotated and fingered by John M. 
Williams ; pf . © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2923 ; Boston music 
co., Boston. 1617 

Omar's rose ; words by Claire Car- 
valho, music by Mortimer Browning ; 
med. or high voice. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2398 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 1618 

On a grand old night in June ; words 
by J. J. Nugent, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 2850 ; John J. 
Nugent, Hopkinton, Mass. 1619 

On a night, long ago ; Christmas carol, 
by C. Whitaker-Wilson, of Great 
Britain. 4to. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E for. 2184 ; Banks & 
son, York, England. 1620 

On a quiet afternoon ; slow stomp fox- 
trot, words and music by Merrill 
Bolen : pf . and ukulele ace. © Dec. 
27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929: E pub. 
2139 ; Capitol music co., Seattle. 

1621 

On a starry night ; words and music 
by Walter Smith. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2738 ; Noah Frederick, San 
Francisco. 1622 



On Broadway ; words and music by 
J. A. Lovely. Missoula, Mont., J. A. 
Lovely. © Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
19; E pub. 2832; Margaret A. 
Lovely, Missoula, Mont. 1623 

On Riverside drive; words by Al. 
Dublin, music by Joe Burke ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by May Singhi 
Breen. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
31; E pub. 3118; Gene Austin, inc., 
New York. 1624 

On that resurrection day ; Easter 
anthem, solos, duet and cho., com- 
posed by Joseph Fletcher, arr. by 
Chris H. H. Booth. 4to. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; E pub. 3128; 
Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

1625 

On the flying horses ; by Robert Nolan 
Kerr; pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2368; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1626 

On the race track; by Mortimer 
Wilson, op. 86, no. 9 ; pf . © Jan. 2, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2256; 
Century music pub. co., New York. 

1627 

On the top of a Tennessee hill ; words 
and music by Dave Sonn, of Great 
Britain, and Noble Sissle, of U. S. ; 
pf. ace., with banjulele banjo and 
ukulele arr. by Alvin D. Keech. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E pub. 2434; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 1628 

On the wing; perpetuum mobile, by 
Felix Deyo; pf. © Dec. 28, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2408; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1629 

Once I, in maiden folly ; farewell duet 
from The rose and the ring, words 
by C. B., music by Christabel 
Marillier, of Great Britain. © Nov. 
29, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; E for. 
2190 ; Boosey & co., ltd., London. 

1630 

Once in a while; words and music by 
D. K. Alexander. © 1 c. Jan. 19. 
1929; E unp. 2945; Dorothy K. 
Alexander, Salt Lake City. 1631 

Once upon a time ; by H. R. Cook. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929 ; E unp. 2576 ; Hardy Rhodes 
Cook, Houston. 1632 

Once upon a time ; musical fairy-tale, 
by Roy Lamont Smith ; pf . © Dec. 
24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2844 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

1633 



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Once upon a time memories ; words 
and music by S. E. Brown ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; E pub. 2199; Samuel E. 
Brown, New York. 1634 

Once upon a time with you ; words and 
music by Walter Smith. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929; E unp. 2740; Noah Frederick, 
San Francisco. 1635 

One cute girl ; words and music by V. 
Sumner. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3158; 
Naomi Sumner, Burlington, N. C. 

1636 

One hour ; words and music by Ernest 
Longstaffe, arr. for mixed voices, by 
William Stickles. New York, 
Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. © Dec. 
17, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; E .pub. 1904 ; 
Chappell & co., ltd., London. 1637 

One last kiss; love-song, words by 
Daniel S. Twohig, music by Chris- 
tiaan Kriens; low, in E flat. © 
Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 
3000; Harold Flammer, inc., New- 
York. 1638 

One moment more with you ; words by 
Richard Whiting and Ray Egan, mu- 
sic by Neil Moret. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; E 
unp. 3014; Villa Moret, inc., San 
Francisco. 1639 

One more station to bring in; words 
and music by M. H. R. Cook. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2529; Mary 
Hungerford Robinson Cook, Watson- 
ville, Calif. 1640 

One more waltz with you ; lyric by 
E. M. Gilmore, music by A. Dodd. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2700; 
Elizabeth McCabe Gilmore, Los An- 
geles and Arthur Dodd, Inglewood, 
Calif. 1641 

One (The) that once belonged to me, 
now belongs to somebody else ; words 
by A. M. Whelan, music by Sylvester 
L. Cross. New York, Frank Hard- 
ing. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; E pub. 2150 ; Anna M. Whelan, 
Aberdeen, Wash. 1642 

One, two, three, four, five ; words by 
Gerald Morrison and Mabel Pagden, 
music by Gerald Morrison, of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace, with banjulele 
banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations] © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 



2. 1929; E for. 2021; B. Feldman & 
co., London. 1643 

Onkel Miiller hat 'nen triller ; foxtrot, 
aus Wann und wo, text von Herman 
Haller, Willi Wolff und Rideamus, 
musik von Walter Kollo, of Ger- 
many. © Aug. 24, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1923; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1644 

Only thru failure have I realized suc- 
cess; by A. M. West. [Melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 2641; 
Alvin M. West, New York. 1645 

Ooh — the moon is ruining me ; blues 
fox-trot, by Grace Dalton ; pf . © 
1 c. Oct. 11, 1928 ; E unp. 170 ; Ger- 
trude Duckman, Brooklyn. 1646 

O'Reilly O ; words and music by E. J. 
Hamni. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
unp. 2799 ; Elizabeth J. Hamm, San 
Francisco. 1647 

Ouled-Nael dancing girls ; oriental im- 
pression, by Litta Lynn ; pf . © Dec. 
29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E pub. 
2274; Boston music co., Boston. 

1648 

Our beloved United States ; words and 
music by M. W. Brigham. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2605; Mildred 
W. Brigham, Simi, Calif. 1649 

Our famous Lindy man ; march song, 
words and music by N. G. Cloud ; in 
C. New York, Frank Harding. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2151; Nelson G. Cloud, Rich- 
mond, Ind. 1650 

Out beyond the window-pane; encore 
song, words by Stephen Maley, mu- 
sic by Florence Turner-Maley ; high 
voice. © Dec. 28, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 

4, 1929; E pub. 2406; G. Schirrner, 
inc., New York. 1651 

Out in the moonshine ; words and mu- 
sic by S. S. Henwood. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3161; Samuel Stephen Hen- 
wood, Cleveland. 1652 

Out of the depths ; hymn, words by 
John Telfer, set to old Spanish air, 
arr. by W. J. Main, of Great Brit- 
ain. © Nov. 1, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 30; 
E for. 2031; Walter Johnston Main, 
Edinburgh. 1653 

Out of the mist ; fox-trot ballad, lyric 
by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee 

5. Roberts, arr. by Arthur Lange ; 
orch. pts., with words. 4to. © Jan. 
2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 2837 ; G. 
Schirrner, inc., New York. 1654 



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1675 



Out of the mist ; fox-trot ballad, words 
by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee 
S. Roberts. © Jan. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 11; E pub. 2855; G. Schirmer. 
inc., New York. 1655 

Out where the blues begin ; from Hello 
daddy, words by Dorothy Fields, 
music by Jimmy McHugh ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 29 ; E pub. 2179 ; Mills music, 
inc., and Harms, inc., New York. 

1656 

Over a garden gate ; from Sharps and 
. frats, words by Larry Parker, mu- 
sic by E. G. Brown. Washington, 
D. C., Troubadours. © Jan. 7. 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2138; El- 
mer Gtermaine Brown, Washington. 

1657 
Ox meat blues ; words and music by 
Hattie Burleson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
imp. 2539 : Brunswick-Balke-Collen- 
der co., New York. 1658 

On homv >Ke (Oy tchomu ze) ; folk lyrics, 
[and] Oii xo^Hjia (Oy hodyla) ; words 
by E. I. Tziorogh, music of each by 
E. I. Tziorogh, of Galicia, Poland, 
domiciled at Jackson Heights, L. I., 
N. Y. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 : E unp. 
2926; Elias I. Tziorogh, New York. 

1659 

Paddy from Cork ; lyric and music by 
R. Albright. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
2928; Ray Albright, Newark. 1660 

Pageant of Bible characters ; by E. M. 
Knapp. with music. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1928 ; D unp. 27438 ; Edna M. Knapp, 
Kenosha, Wis. 1661 

Painted (A) clock: by Bainbridge 
Crist; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2526; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1662 

Palaschko (Johannes) 25 melodious 
studies for obtaining a beautiful 
tone on the violin; by Johannes 
Palaschko, of Germanv, op. 90. © 
Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E for. 
1969; Schott & co., ltd., London. 

1663 

Paletas (Las) ; caneion, arr. de F. 
Moure, of Mexico, domiciled at El 
Paso, Tex., pf . © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 : 
E unp. 2685 ; Francisco Moure, El 
Paso. 1664 

Pali maid ; lyric and melody by P. L. 
Geer, harmony and arrangement by 
Arthur Lee Mancebo. [Mimeo- 



graph] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 
2609 ; Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 

1665 

Pall mall ; fox trot, per piccola orch. 
e pf. conduttore, di Ettore ed Achille 
Scbinelli, of Italv. 4to. © Oct. 25, 
1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 29 ; E for. 1957 Gug- 
lielmo Zanibon, Padova, Italv. 

1666 

Pamela ; words by Ivan E. Taylor 
and Walt Merrico [pseud, of W. E. 
Merrick], music by W. Merrico, of 
Great Britain, domiciled at Wash- 
ington. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E 
unp. 3067; Walter Ernest Merrick, 
Washington. 1667 

Pan's revels ; idyl, by R. S. Stoughton ; 
pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; 
E pub. 2376 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 1668 

Pantomima romantica ; f rammenti per 
piccola orch., trascrizione per pf., di 
Ezio Camussi, of Italy. 1. Nei e 
cicisbei. [5 others] © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; E for. 1862 ; A. & 
G. Carisch & c, Milan. 1669 

Parade (A) ; by Bainbridge Crist; pf. 
© Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
2 e. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E pub. 2523 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1670 

Paradise found with you ; words and 
music by A. M. Brown. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 31. 1928 ; 
E unp. 3099 ; Aaron M. Brown, Palo 
Alto, Calif. 1671 

Paraphrase on the Easter hymn St. 
Kevin ; by Russell Hancock Miles ; 
organ. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; 
E pub. 2224; H. W. Gray co., New- 
York. 1672 

Paraphrase liber Stille nacht ! heilige 
nacht ! von Ad. Schreiner, arr. von 
Leopold Weninger, of Austria ; orch., 
mit pf.-direction u. violino 1 direc- 
tion. 4to. © Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 
29 ; E for. 1760 ; D. Ranter, Leipzig. 

1673 

Parce que ; poem, by Florence Parr- 
Gere; pf. © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2S41 ; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 1674 

Parking space ; lyrics by Patricia 
O'Hearn, music by Minzde and Vic- 
tor Zentner. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E imp. 
2663; Anne Nichols, New York. 

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Parrucche bianche ; minuetto, riduzione 
per quintetto d' archi con pf. con- 
duttore dell' autore, Luigi Sansoni, 
of Italy, pts. 4to. © Dec. 27, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 28; E for. 1995; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 1676 

Patiently ; by C. L. Sansone and J. 
Ribaud. [Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929; E unp. 2957; Charles 
Luciano Sansone, Philadelphia, and 
Joseph Ribaud, Jackson Heights, 
L. I., N. Y. 1677 

Patria ; marcia, di Amilcare Pennati 
Malvezzi, of Italy ; small orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. © Oct. 26, 
1928; 1 c. Nov. 9; E for. 722; A. & 
G. Carisch & c, Milan. 1678 

Patrouille franchise ; fiir grosses orch., 
von B. Leopold, of Czechoslovakia, 
op. 42 ; pts., with violin direction and 
pf . direction. 4to. © Oct. 31, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2259 ; Ruhle 
& Wendling, Leipzig. 1679 

Paulino Uzcudun ; paso doble, por L. 
Frances, of Spain, domiciled at New 
York; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E 
unp. 3314; Leopoldo Frances, New 
York. 1680 

Pavane; de Angelo, tyran de Padoue, 
drame lyrique en. cinq actes de Al- 
fred Bruneau, transcription de H. 
Mouton, of Belgium ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2122 ; Heuset, 
Paris. 1681 

Peace ; by Eric Fogg, arr. by Cedric 
Sharpe, of Great Britain ; 'cello and 
pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 5; E 
for. 2084; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

1682 

Pech (Raymond) 40. legons d' har- 
monie ; 20 basses donnees, 20 chants 
donnes, par Raymond Pech, of 
France. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2129 ; Heugel, 
Paris. 1683 

Penny (A) for your thoughts; words 
and music by L. Red Hawk [pseud, 
of L. Hawk] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 2646 ; Leonard Hawk, Hono- 
lulu. 1684 

Pensee; par C. A. P. Ruyssen. of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. direc- 
tion. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2089; H. Benja- 
min, Paris. 1685 

Pep (A) song; cho., words anon., 
music by Daniel Protheroe ; male 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. 



Jan. 26; E pub. 2974; Henry T. 
FitzSimons, Chicago. 1686 

Perhaps there's something wrong with 
you ; words and music bv Herbert 
Buffum. © Oct. 10, 1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 
5. 1928; E pub. 2330; Anna Marie 
Anderson, Topeka, Kan. 1687 

Perkowski (P.) Four krakowiaki ;. 
Polish dances for pf. by P. Perkow- 
ski, of Poland, op. 12. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E for. 1801 ; 
J. & W. Chester, ltd., London. 168S 

Pesar; tango milonga, par Miguel Ro- 
mano, of Italy; pf. conductor. 4to.' 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E for. 2092; M. Romano, Antibes, 
France. 1689 5 

Peter and chorus girls ; from The sil- 
ver swan, lyrics by William S. 
Brady, music by H. Maurice Jacquet, 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929 ; E unp. 2746 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 1690 1 

Phantom footsteps ; by C. F. Easter ; 
pf . © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; 
E pub. 3088; Chas. F. Easter, Chi- 
cago. 1691 

Phantom frolics ; by C. S. De Lano ; 
for solo and 2nd steel guit, with pf, 
ace. © Jan. 20, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 29; 
E pub. 3050; C. S. De Lano, Los 
Angeles. 1692 

Phlegmatic dance ; par Geo. Linat, of 
France, op. 29 ; orch. pts., with pf . 
conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2097; G. 
Porret, Deuil, France. 1695 

Piano solo album, no. 3 ; by Richard 
Howgill, of Great Britain. 1. Jolly 
Jack. [5 others] © Jan. 10, 1929; 

1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2324; J. R. La- 
fleur & son, ltd., London. 1694 

Pianto ignoto ; waltz, by Pasquale Lat- 
orella ; accordion. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E pub. 2601: 
Biagio R. Quattrociocehe, Steuben- 
ville, O. 1695 

Pibroch of Donuil Dhu ; pt. song,, 
words by Sir Walter Scott, music 
by T. Frederick H. Candlyn, of 
Great Britain ; men's voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 : E pub. 
2872 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

169G 

Pied (The) piper is coming; by H. A. 
Stevenson ; pf. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. obi. 8vo. © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2159 ; Reginald K. Liversidge, 
Lawrence, Mass. 1697 



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1719 



Pierrot and Pierrette; by John 
Thompson, op. 42, no. 3 ; pf . © Dec. 
29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E pub. 
2288; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

1698 

Pifferata di natale; di Attilio Parelli, 
of Italy; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 9; E for. 1S51 ; A. & G. Car- 
isch & c, Milan. 1699 

Pilgrim (The) ; words by John P. 
Fort, music by Alda Astori [i. e. 
R. L. Astori], of Italy, domiciled at 
San Francisco. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929; E unp. 2744; Rinalda Luisa 
Astori, San Francisco. 1700 

Pins and needles ; words and music by 
Lou Herscher, Morty Berk and Da- 
vid Prince; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Jan. 17. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 17; E pub. 
2744 ; Lewis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 1701 

Pioneer's (The) song; words and mu- 
sic by A. McClintock. Seattle, 
Gould music co. © Dec. 26. 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 2. 1929; E pub. 3054; An- 
nie McClintock, Seattle. 1702 

Pirate's (The) umbrella ; operetta for 
boys, book and lyrics by Sarah 
Grames Clark, music by Mrs. R. R 
Forman. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 
c. Jan. 23 ; D pub. 27435 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1703 

Pisci Maliziuso; words and music by 
P. Cittarella, of Italy, domiciled at 
New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 23. 1929; E unp. 
3402; Pavolo Cittarella, New York. 

1704 

Pixie (The) scouts ; by Peter Broom 
[pseud, of Dora Gilner], of Great 
Britain; pf. © Dec. 28. 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2416 ; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 1705 

Pizzica (La) pizzica ; tarantella ba- 
rese, by F. Umbriaco. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 
2634; Frank Umbriaco, New York. 

1706 

Planisphere; 8 pieces pour pf., by 
Pierre Vellones, of France. © Nov. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 19; E for. 1819; 
J. Jobert, Paris. 1707 

Plant your smiles and watch them 
grow ; words by Joe Seitman. mel- 
ody by Jack Levy. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
unp. 2558; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 1708 



Play-time [and] Sleep, dolly, sleep; 
5-note duets, by Marie F. Hall ; pf . 
with rhymes. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2401 ; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 1709 

Play-time pieces; by Henry Coleman, 
of Great Britain ; for one or two pfs. 
bk. l.-bk. 2. © Nov. 30, 1928; 1 c. 
each Jan. 5, 1929 ; E for. 1974, 1975 ; 
Augener, ltd., London. 1710, 1711 

Play with me; six easy piano duets, 
composed by H. Baynton-Power, of 
Great Britain. © Jan. 21, 1929; 1 
c. Jan. 23; E for. 2378; Beal, Stut- 
tard & co., ltd., London. 1712 

Playing store ; by Matilee Loeb-Pres- 
ton ; pf . © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
21; E pub. 2789; Schroeder & Gun- 
ther, inc., New York. 1713 

Playing tag ; by Grace Winston ; pf. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music 
co. obi. 8vo. © Dec. 29, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2158; 
Reginald K. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 1714 

Playtime; by Marie D. La Cour, op. 
30, no. 2; pf. (IW Three little 
pieces for you) © Jan. 16, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 2749; Clayton 
F. Summy co., Chicago. 1715 

Please come on along ; lyrics by H. 
Murray O'Neill and R. A. Reamer, 
music by R. A. Reamer. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 14, 
1928 ; E unp. 2621 ; Robert A. Ream- 
er, New York. 1716 

Please let me dream in your arms; 
fox-trot, words and music by Al 
Sherman, Al Lewis and Carmen 
Lombardo, arr. by Eddie Bard ; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Dec. 28, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2586: Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 1717 

Plenilunio d'aprile ; scena musicale per 
films cinematografiche, riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore dell' 
autore Ettore Montanaro, of Italy, 
op. 119. pts. 4to. © Dec. 27, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 28; E for. 1782; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 1718 

Ploddin' along; words by Jo Trent, 
music by Peter De Rose and Wil- 
lard Robison ; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by May Singhi Breen. © Dec. 
18, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; E pub. 2131 ; 
Villa Moret, inc., San Francisco. 

1719 



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Poem (A) lovely as a tree; lyric by 
Joyce Kilmer, music by M. L. Tay- 
lor. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1928; E unp. 
2519 ; Mary Lyon Taylor, Indianapo- 
lis. 1720 

Polychordia string tutor ; step 10, arr. 
and ed. by James Brown, of Great 
Britain. © Dec. 21, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1929; E for. 2212; Stainer & 
Bell, ltd., London. 1721 

Poor Punchinello; lyric by Sam Lewis 
and Joe Young, music by Lew Pol- 
lack. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; 
E pub. 2865; Famous music Corp., 
New York. 1722 

Poor (The) sap; fotoplay music, by 
Edward Kilenyi, scored by A. E. 
Cafarella; pf. or organ conductor. 
© Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
pub. 2781 ; Bobbins music corp., New 
York. 1723 

Porque lloras? canci6n para pf. y can- 
to, air. by S. R. Ramos, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 2669; 
Silvano R. Ramos, Chicago. 1724 

Portraits ; petite suite, par F. Closset, 
of France; orch., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. 1. Enfant. [4 others] © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E 
for. 2140; Henry Lemoine et die., 
Paris. 1725 

Postlude march ; by George S. Schuler : 
organ. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
15; E pub. 2365; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 1726 

Practical violin school ; by Ch. H. Hoh- 
mann, rev. ed. by Crosby Mollen- 
hauer. pt. 1. © Nov. 13, 1928; 
2 c. and aff. Dec. 21 ; A 2577 ; Estate 
of Hamilton S. Gordon, New York. 

1727 

Praise God I'm one of them ; words 
and music by R. E. Winsett. © 
Jan. 15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1929; 
E pub. 3085; Robert Emmet Win- 
sett, Chattanooga. 1728 

Prayer (A) for our country; anthem, 
words by George Washington, mu- 
sic by W. R. Voris; mixed voices 
with organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 10, 
1927; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E pub. 
2696; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

1729 

Prelude and toccata ; by William Ber- 
wald : organ, obi. 8vo. © Dec. 31, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E pub. 2190; 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 1730 



Prelude in C-sharp minor; by Sergei 
Rachmaninoff, op. 3, no. 2, tran- 
scribed by Edward Shippen Barnes; 
organ. © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929; E pub. 2839; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 1731 

Preludya wyborowe ; serya druga, J. 
Paczoski, of Poland, op. 10 b; pf. 
obi. 8vo. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 29; E pub. 2819; Julius Pac- 
zoski, New York. 1732 

Pres de toi ; words and music by A. 
Meehan, of Canada, domiciled at 
New York. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 
E unp. 2839; Albert Meehan, New 
York. 1733 

Pre-school music ; book for mothers, 
compiled by Floy A. Rossman. © 
Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; aff. Dec. 
17; A 3335; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 1734 

Presence (The) of God; words from 
Prayers old and new, compiled by 
Dean Rousmaniere, music by J. Se- 
bastian Matthews; mixed voices. 
4to. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; 
E pub. 2874; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 1735 

Pressa-marschlied ; text von Valmarad- 
scha, arr. fur salon-orch. mit klavier- 
kondukteur des komponisten Leo Ey- 
soldt, of Germany. 4to. © May 
15, 1928 ; 1 c. June 30 ; E for. 1838 ; 
Internationale presse - ausstellung 
Koln 1928 e. V., Cologne, Germany. 

1736 

Pretending ; words and music by Harry 
Porter, Mel Ball and Matty Cohen; 
pf. and ukulele arr. by A. J. Fran- 
chini. © Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
23 ; E pub. 2893 ; Lewis music pub. 
co., inc., New 7 York. 1737 

Pretty face ; fox-trot, words and music 
by Joe Davis, Spencer Williams and 
Billy Hays; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by Sonny Kahauwa. © Jan. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 2798 ; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 1738 

Pretty little Adeline; words and mu- 
sic by Eddie Schoelwer [i. e. E. H. 
Schoelwer Chords single staff 
Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; 
E unp. 2916 ; Edward Henry Schoel- 
wer, Cincinnati. 1739 

Pride of the Illini ; march, by Karl 
L. King; orch. 4to. © Jan. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; E pub. 2299 ; Karl 
L. King music house, Fort Dodge, 
la. 1740 



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Pride of the regiment ; by C. C. Cram- 
mond, op. 143 : pf. duet. © Dec. 14, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2366; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

1741 

Prima vera (La) bella ; valzer. versi 
di M. Jiambelluca, musica di Giu- 
seppe Vallone, of Italy, domiciled at 
New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1929 ; E unp. 
2754 : Mariano Jiambelluca, New 
York. 1742 

Prima vera dei fiori ; parole e musica 
di D. Natale. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3045 ; Domenico Natale, Cam- 
den, N. J. 1743 

Primrose : by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 4 ; pf . © Jan. 21, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2946 ; B. 
F. Wood music co., Boston. 1744 

Printemps sur la mer ; 4 e tableau syni- 
phonique, par Edouarcl Flament, of 
France, op. 66 ; orch. pts.. with pf. 
conductor. © Dec. 31, 1927; 1 c. 
Apr. 9. 1928; E 689539; Choudens, 
Paris. 1745 

Priscilla ; minuet by James B. Cor- 
bridge ; for. violin, or 2 violins with 
pf. © Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 16; 
E pub. 2706; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 1746 

Prisoner (A) for life; words from 
Cowboy sougs and other frontier 
ballads, collected by John A. Lomax, 
music ed. and arr. by Oscar J. Fox; 
high voice, in B flat. © Dec. 18, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 
2503; Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 

1747 

Prisoner's (The) lament; words and 
music by L. W. Chobar ; pf. ace. with 
violin obbl. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3229 ; Louis W. Chobar, Lan- 
caster, Neb. 1748 

Psaurne 80; cho., traduction franchise 
d'apres la version Segond, musique 
par Albert Roussel, of France; 
mixed voices. 4to. © Dec. 17. 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E pub. 2436; C. C. 
Birchard & co., Boston. 1749 

Punto e virgola : canzone one step, di 
Vittori Mascheroni, of Italy; pic- 
cola orch. pts. 4to. © Jan 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1846; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 1750 

Punto e virgola ; canzone one-step, 
versi di Peppino Mendes, musica di 
Vittorio Mascheroni. of, Italy; pf. 



© Jan. 2, 1929: 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
1857 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

1751 

Puppets on parade : by Helen Sears, 
op. 5, no. 2; pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 3006; John 
Church co., New York. 1752 

Purple (The) banner; concert march, 
by Ernest Schmidt; band pts. © 

1 c. Jan. 28, 1929: E unp. 3227; 
H. C. E. Schmidt, Eau Claire, Wis. 

1753 

Pussy-willows ; by H. A. Stevenson ; 
pf. Lawrence. Mass., Bay State mu- 
sic co. obi. 8vo. © Dec. 29, 1928; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2160 ; Regi- 
nald K. Liversidge, Lawrence, Mass. 

1754 

Put on your old red flannels ; words 
and music by Morey Davidson and 
Carl Rupp. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E un- 
pub. 2991 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 1755 

Quand les pins chanteront . . . ; melo- 
die, pour voix moyenne, poeme de 
Lovs Labeque, musique de E. Bon- 
nal, of France. © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2101; Er- 
mend Bonnal. Bayonne, France. 

1756 

Quartet ; by John Alden Carpenter ; 
stringed instruments. Sc. 4to. © 
Dec. 28, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; 
E pub. 2396 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 1757 

Que (Lo) yo quiero ; por I. M. Valle, 
of Mexico, domiciled at Chicago ; pf. 
[Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; 
E unp. 3071; Ignacio M. Valle, Chi- 
cago. 1758 

Queen of the South-sea isle; words 
and music by B. Nawahi. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1929; E unp. 3026; Bennie 
Nawahi, Honolulu. 1759 

Quiete silvestre : scena musicale per 
films cinematografiche, riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore dell' 
autore Ettore Montanaro, of Italy, 
op. 120. pts. 4to. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 

1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 1783 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 1760 

Raab's violin course ; compiled by G. 
Raab, grade 1, lesson 5-8, 13, 15-17. 
grade 3, lesson 1. © Dec. 1, 1928 

2 c. each Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2233-2241 
George Raab, New York. 

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Racket ; words and music by D. H. 
Estep. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3153; 
Deuard H. Estep, Albans, W. Va. 

1771 

Radio (The) craze; words and music 
by L. Browne. New York City, 
Frank Harding. © Dec. 28, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E pub. 2917; 
Lawrence Browne, Bishops Falls, 
Newfoundland, Canada. 1772 

Radio waltz ; words and music by A. 
W. Sweet; pf., with vocal chorus. 
Worcester, Mass., Sweet bros. © 
Dec. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; E 
pub. 2753; Alfred Wheaton Sweet, 
Worcester. 1773 

Ragamuffin; by Jesse Greer. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 
2920; Spier & Coslow, inc., New 
York. 1774 

Rain (The) ; by Matilee Loeb-Preston ; 
pf. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; 
E pub. 2794; Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., New York. 1775 

Rain (The) came pouring down; hu- 
morous song, words by George Ar- 
thurs, music by Cuthbert Clarke, of 
Great Britain. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations.] (Cover title: — And 
the rain came pouring down.) © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; E 
for. 2202 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

1776 

Raise the dust; from Lady fingers, 
words by Edward Eliscu, music by 
Joseph Meyer; pf. and ukelele ace. 
© Jan. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 
2908; Harms, inc., New York. 1777 

Randonnee (La) de Fame defunte; 
poeme symphonique, par Albert 
Wolff, of France; orch. pts. © 
Sept. 20, 1928; 1 c. Oct. 12; E for. 
361; Durand & cie. Paris. 1778 

Randonnee (La) de l'ame defunte; 
poeme symphonique, par Albert 
Wolff, of France ; orch. sc. © Nov. 
20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 
2165 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 1779 

Rapture (The) ; hymn, words by J. A. 
Wade, music by Clara E. Brewer. © 
Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 20; E pub. 
2610; James D. Vaughan, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. 1780 

Rat (The) ; words by C. Marsh, music 
by William W. Dougal. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; 
E unp. 2951; Charles Marsh, Mil- 
waukee. 1781 



Ratez (E.) 50 lecons de solfege; a 
changements de cles sur cles de sol, 
fa 4 e linge, ut l re , 3 e et 4 e lignes, 
par E. Ratez, of France. 8vo. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E 
for. 2135; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 1782 

Ready; hymn, words by Manda L. 
Crocker, music by W. C. L. Phillips. 
© Dec. 25, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 2470 ; William Charles Lans- 
down Phillips, Vanderbilt, Mich. 

1783 

Real estate mamma ; lyrics and music 
by Samuel Westmoreland. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; E unp. 2457; Lester Melrose, 
Chicago. 1784 

Red hair; by F. Loewe; pf. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 2633; Fred 
Loewe, New York. 1785 

Red head baby chile ; words and music 
by M. A. Redding. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1929 ; E unp. 3263 ; Mary Agnes Red- 
ding, Pittsburg, Calif. 1786 

Red (A) hot Hottentot; words by W. 
H. Ferguson, music by Arvid Sol- 
berg. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 
3064; William Henry- Ferguson, 
Everett, Wash. 1787 

Red River; from The house boat on 
the Styx, lyrics by Monte Carlo, mu- 
sic by Alma Sanders ; pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Dec. 19, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 21 ; 
E pub. 2166; Harms, inc., New York. 

1788 

Red River bottom blues ; words and 
music by Hattie Burleson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1929 ; E unp. 2540 ; Brunswick Balke 
Collender co., New York. 1789 

Redskin ; theme song of Redskin, 
words by Harry D. Kerr, music by 
J. S. Zamecnik ; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by May Singhi Breen. © 
Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; E pub. 
2742; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

1790 

Regiment (The) ; 5-note duet, by Marie 
F. Hall ; pf. with rhymes. © Dec. 
28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 
2402; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

1791 

Rejoice, He lives ; Easter hymn-an- 
them, words by Joseph Fletcher, mu- 
sic by Eduardo Marzo, op. 207; for 
cho. of mixed voices, with sop. solo ; 
organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 
c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2999; Harold 



Fla miner, inc., New York. 



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1813 



Rejoice in the Lord ; anthem, words 
from psalm 33, music hy J. Jones- 
Owen ; mixed voices with organ ace. 
4to. © Dec. 27. 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1929: E pub. 2766: Dean-Phillips, 
Chicago. 1793 

Religion; poem by Kathleen Millay, 
music by P. R. F*ey. © Jan. 19, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2803; 
Philip Rcckel Frey, Springfield, O. 

1794 

Reminiscence; lyrics by Jack M. 
Franks, music by Marie E. Dreier. 
© Dec. 31. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E pub. 3043 ; Occidental music pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 1795 

Reseda ; danza, [cancion] arr. de S. Rl 
Ramos, of Mexico, domiciled at Chi- 
cago. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 
2670; Silvano R. Ramos. Chicago. 

1796 

Resurrection (The) song; Easter can- 
tata, for church choirs of mixed 
voices, by Roy E. Nolte. 4to. © 
Jan. 2. 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 7; 
AA 7033 ; Lorenz pub. co.. Dayton, O. 

1797 

Reve de fee; intermezzo, par Andre 
Colomb, of France ; orch., with pf. 
direction. 4to. © Nov. 20. 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2098 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 1798 

Revival songs; words and music by 
B. B. McKinney, J. P. Scholfield, 
and others, ed. and compiled by 
Robert H. Coleman. 8vo. © Jan. 
15. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 11; aff. Feb. 9; 
AA 8624; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 1799 

Revolte (La) ; dramatique, par C. A. 
P. Ruyssen, of France ; orch. pts., 
with pf. direction. 4to. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9. 1929 ; E for. 2088 ; 
H. Benjamin, Paris. 1800 

Rhubarb and custard ; words and mu- 
sic by Will E. Wise and Chas. R. 
St. Juste, both of Great Britain ; pf . 
ace. with ukulele arr. by Harry J. 
Stafford. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
nutations] © Dec. 14, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E for. 1810; Campbell, 
Connelly & co., London. 1801 

Richard and Gabrielle ; duet from The 
silver swan, lyrics by William S. 
Brady, music by H. Maurice Jac- 
quet. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 2747: Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 1S02 

Richards (Katherine Louise) Im- 
promptu; op. 42; pf., in C maj. © 



1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3244; 
Katherine Louise Richards, New 
York. 1803 

Notturno; op. 45; pf., in G maj. 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3247; 
Katherine Louise Richards, New 
York. 1804 

Rickshaw (A) ride; by Albert Seward 
Tenney; pf. © Jan. 7, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 9; E pub. 2467; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 1805 

Ricordi lontani ; Italian serenade, 
words and music by C. Maduro. 
[Italian and English text.] © Nov. 
10, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E pub. 
2553 ; Charles Maduro, New York. 

1806 

Ride on in majesty ; anthem, music 
by Frank Patterson ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1929; E pub. 2767; Dean-Phillips, 

Chicago. 1807 

Ring out the sweet message ; text by 
G. Allston Brown, sacred version 
adapted from The bells of St. Mary's, 
by A. Emmett Adams, arr. as anthem 
or quartet for mixed voices by Wil- 
liam Stickles; organ or pf. ace. 
New York, Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. 
© Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 18; E 
pub. 1903 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 1808 

Ring, ye bells of Easter day; anlhem, 
music by W. R. Voris ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Jan. 30, 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
E pub. 3108 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 1809 

Risurrezione di Gesu' ; versi di F. 
Amodio-, musica di Remo D' Alba. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3094; Frank 
Amodio, Brooklyn. 1810 

Rita ; vals, por Cirilo Rodriguez, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Chicago ; pf . 
[Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; 
E unp. 2718 ; Ignacio M. Valle, Chi- 
cago. 1811 

River (A) reverie: idyll, by Rene Du- 
bois, of Great Britain ; pf . © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 29 ; E for. 2362 ; 
Walsh, Holmes & co., ltd., London. 

1812 

Road (The) that leads to happiness 
is the road that leads to you ; words 
bv J. E. Conn, music by B. L. Bran- 
nan. © Oct. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 23 ; 
E pub. 2128 ; Jesse E. Conn and Bar- 
rington L. Brannan, Brooklyn. 1813 



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Roamin' blues; words and music by 
W. S. Shotwell, arr. by Gordon New- 
ham. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 
330O; Woodford Stewart Shotwell, 
Springfield, O. 1814 

Robin redbreast ; by Ella Ketterer ; pf . 
with words. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2385; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1815 

Robin's bed-time song; by Frances 
Brockett Kellogg; pf. with words. 
© Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 14 ; E pub. 
2616; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

1816 

Robin's (The) last will; [song], arr. 
with descant by Geoffrey Shaw, of 
Great Britain. 4to. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 15, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 15 ; E for. 2036 ; No- 
vello & co., ltd., London. 1817 

Rock me to sleep; sacred song, words 
by Elizabeth A. Allen, music by P. 
F. Hall, of Canada ; low voice or 
middle voice. New York, H. W. 
Gray co. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
15 ; E pub. 2689 ; Percy F. Hall, Rod- 
ney, Ontario, Canada. 1818 

Rock of ages; march, by W. Brough- 
ton; band pts. 4to. © Oct. 20, 
1928; 2 c. Oct. 22; E pub. 42; Sal- 
vation army, inc., New York. 1819 

Rocking (The) horse brigade; by Ma- 
tilee Loeb-Preston ; pf . © Jan. 22, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2791; 
Schroeder & Gunther, inc., New 
York. 1820 

Rocky road ; mood spiritual, words by 
Joe Grey, music by Arthur Gibbs ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by An- 
thony Franchini. © Dec. 27^1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; E pub. 2926 ; Den- 
ton & Haskins music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 1821 

Rococco minuet ; by Hermann Spiel - 
ter, op. 89, no. 1 ; violin, violoncello 
and pf. © Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1929 ; E pub. 2508 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc.,, New York. 1822 

Roger's [ !1 popular style tenor banjo 
duets of medium difficulty; by Ralph 
Rogers, ed. by Wm. Morris. © Jan. 
10, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 14; AA 
7246; Chart music pub. house, inc., 
Chicago. 1823 

Rokoko suite ; fur blasquartett, von 
Oskar Bohme, of Germany, op. 46. 
4to. 1. Kleiner marsch. [3 others] 
© July 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 



E for. 2066; Riihle & Wendling, 
Leipzig. 1824 

Romance ; by Preston Ware Orem ; 
violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2357; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1825 

Romance ; waltzj. song, words by Vir- 
ginia Fortin, music by W. Greene. 
© Jan. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 
3048; Wallace J. Greene, Salem, 
N. Y. 1826 

Romance d' amour ; chansons sans pa- 
roles, par J. S. Manca, of South 
Africa; pf. © Aug. 25, 1928; 1 c. 
Nov. 30; E for. 2028; A. Hammond 
& co., London. 1827 

Romance sans paroles ; par Rene Ra- 
bey, of France; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2125 ; Heu- 
gel, Paris. 1828 

Romantiker (Die) ; walzer, von Joseph 
Lanner, op. 167, arr. von Leopold 
Weninger, of Austria ; orch., mit vio- 
line 1 direktion. 4to. © Nov. 27, 
1928; .1 c. Dec. 27; E for. 1707; 
Anton J. Benjamin, Leipzig. 1829 

Rondoletta ; by Frederic Mullen, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 26; E for. 2379; Cary & 
co., London. 1830 

Rosario (El) ; letra de N. N., nmsica 
de Amadeo Vives, of Spain. © Jan. 
26, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 28 ; E for. 2350 ; 
Union musical Espanola, Madrid. 

1831 

Rose (La) de minuit ; operette en trois 
actes, livret de Paul Diolot, musique 
de Max et Alex Puget, both of 
France; partition pf. et chant. © 
June 20, 1928; 1 c. July 12; D for. 
27420; Editions Max Eschig et cie., 
Paris. 1832 

Rose of Manclalay ; fox-trot, words and 
music by Ted Koehler and Frank 
Magine. arr. by Arthur Lange ; orch. 
pts. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929: 2 c. 
Jan. 23 ; E pub. 3101 ; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 1833 

Rose of my heart ; words and music by 
M. Lasco. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 2952 : 
Morris Lasco, Chicago. 1834 

Rose of the Dardanelles ; words and 
music by Clayton Calhoun. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; E unp. 3187; Hughes Bailey 
& co., inc., New York. 1835 



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Rose of the spring ; lyric and melody 
by P. L. Geer, harmony and arrange- 
ment by Arthur Lee Mancebo. 
[Mimeograph] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929: 
E imp. 2610 ; Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, 
Calif. 1836 

Roses ; waltz, by Walter Rolfe ; pf. © 
Jan. 16. 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 
2879 ; Evans music co., Boston. 1837 

Hoses in the rain ; words by George A. 
Little and Jesse Crawford, music 
by Billy Baskette. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; 
E unp. 3075: Harold Rossiter music 
co., Chicago. 1838 

Roses of today; passione, words by 
Desmond Carter, music by_ Virgilio 
Ranzato, arr. as a duet by Ernest 
Newton, of Great Britain. © Dec. 
12, 192S: 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929; E for. 
2303 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. 1839 

Rosey (George) piano transcriptions; 
v. 5, compiled and arr. by George 
Rosey [pseud, of G. M. Rosenberg] 
New York, George Rosey pub. co. 1. 
Cathedral chimes. [5 others] © 
Nov. 27. 192S: 2 c. Jan. 16. 1929: 
E pub. 2720; G. M. Rosenberg, New 
York. 1840 

Rosita : serenade, violin solo by C. A. 
P. Ruyssen, of France; violin 1 di- 
rection, violin 2, viola, violoncello, 
bass and pf. direction, pts. 4to. © 
Nov. 15. 1928: 1 c. Dec. 19; E for. 
1816; H. Benjamin, Paris. 1841 

Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio) Semi- 
ramis ; ouverture, arr. von Leopold 
Weninger, of Austria : orch., with 
pf. -organ direction. © Dec. 18, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2006; D. 
Ranter, Leipzig. 1842 

Roussel (Albert) Prelude: de Le fes- 
tin de l'Araignee par Albert Roussel, 
pour petit orch. par Roger Branga, 
of France : pts., with pf. conductor. 
4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929: E for. 2171; Durand et cie.. 
Paris. 1843 

Valse : de Le f estin de l'Araignee 



par Albert Roussel, pour petit orch. 
par Roger Branga, of France; pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Nov. 
20, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 
2170 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 1844 

Royal (The) hunt; galop, composed 
and arr. by F. Bub ; orch. pts. 4to. 
© Jan. 26. 1929: 2 c. Jan. 28: E 
pub. 3038; Music buyers Corp., New 
York. 1845 



Rubber neck ; a bouncing time, by 
A. C. King: melody only. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2582; Arthur 
C. King, New York. 1846 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) Mel- 
ody in F ; simplified by Andrew H. 
Luck; pf. © Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 16 ; E pub. 2709 ; Fred Heltman 
co., Cleveland. 1847 

Ruby (The) of the East; rondeau, 
words translated from the French 
of Guillaume de Machault by Gil- 
bert Pass, music by Gilbert A. Al- 
cock, of Great Britain. © Jan. 12, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 21; E for. 2311; 
Chappell & co., ltd., London. 1848 

Running feet ; caprice, by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, op. 577, no. 1 ; pf . © 
Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 
3106; Irving Berlin standard music 
Corp., New York. 1849 

Russian (A) danseuse ; by Bainbridge 
Crist; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2519; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1850 

Sabine ; lyrics by Lee Duskin, music 
by N. Lee. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 2947; 
Norman Lee, Chicago. 1851 

Sacra (La) rappresentazione di Abram 
e d' Isaac ; di Feo Belcari, adattata 
nel testo a cura di Onorato Castel- 
lino, musica di Ildebrando Pizzetti, 
riduzione per canto e pf. di M. Za- 
non, of Italy. 4to. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 14 ; E for. 2351 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 1852 

Sad (A) memory; words by Z. Shutt, 
music by Phil Starr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; 
E unp. 2851; Zella Shutt, Advance, 
N. C. 1853 

Sad (The) story: words by F. Roma, 
music by Robert H. Brennen. New 
York City, Frank Harding's music 
house. © Jan. 3. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
12: E pub. 2595 : Frank Roma, Lodi, 
N. J. 1854 

Sadie's servant room blues ; words 
and music by Hattie Burleson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2541; Bruns- 
wick-Balke-Collender co., New York. 

1855 

Siingers mahnung; text von Otto 
Wehrmann, musik von Max Kaever, 
of Germany, op. 24; mannerchor, a 
cappella. 4to. © Nov. 15, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2238 ; Carl 
Engels, Miilheim-Ruhr, Germany. 

1856 



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Sag mal, wer ist die dame; fox trot, 
worte von Friedrich Schwarz, musik 
von Ed. May u. F. Schwarz, arr. 
pour orch., parlies separees, avec pf. 
conducteur, von Gerhard Mohr, of 
Germany. 4to. © Nov. 15, 1928; 

1 c. Dec. 19; E for. 1817; H. Ben- 
jamin, Paris. 1857 

Sai tu perche ; canzone-valse, versi di 
Peppino Mendes, musica di Vittorio 
Mascheroni, of Italy ; pf . © Jan. 2, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1859; A. 
& G. Carisch & c, Milan. 1858 

Sailors don't care; by Richard How- 
gill, of Great Britain; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2319; J. 
R. Lafleur & son, ltd., London. 1859 

Saint Bride's eve; words by Thomas 
S. Jones, jr., music by H. Gifford 
Bull ; med. voice. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2417; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1860 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) Danse 
macabre; arr. by Clarence Dickin- 
son and Charlotte Mathewson Lock- 
wood; organ duet. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 2221; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 1861 

Saline ; words and music by J. M. 
Grantham, arr. by August Dietz ; 
mixed voices. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2243; James 
Mitchell Grantham, Deerfield, 111. 

1862 

Sally-Ann; words by D. V. Wagner, 
music by Bennie McLaughlin. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Harmonies music co. © 
Oct. 20, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 15; E pub. 
2133 ; Delia V. Wagner, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 1863 

Salvator Rosa ; finale 1, duetto e mar- 
cia dell' atto 2, di A. Carlo Gomes, 
istrumentazione di Giuseppe Ma- 
nente, of Italy. Piccola partitura. 
© Dec. 27, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 28 ; E for. 
1790 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1864 

Sam Bass ; words from Cowboy songs 
and other frontier ballads, collected 
by John A. Lomax, music arr. by 
Oscar J. Fox ; med. voice, in G. © 
Dec. 18, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E 
pub. 2505; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 1805 

Sanctuary ; words by Elisabeth Zu- 
lauf, music by George Bagby ; high 
voice. © Dec. 18, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
10. 1929 ; E pub. 2507 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 1866 



Sand (The) diviner; oriental impres- 
sion, by Litta Lynn ; pf. © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; E pub. 2273 ; 
Boston music co., Boston. 1867 

Santa Claus, bring my man back home ; 
words and music by Porter Grainger 
and Irving Mills. © Dec. 21, 1928 ;. 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2672; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1868 

Sarati le Terrible ; morceaux detaches 
du drame lyrique en quatre actes, 
paroles de Jean Vignaud, musique 
de Francis Bousquet, of France. 
Nos. 1-8. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
each Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2111-2118 ; 
Heugel, Paris. 1869-1876 

Sarga csizmat visel a babam . . . [and] 
Nincsen olyan embor . . . ; Nador 
Joska verse, Chorin Geza, of Hun- 
gary, zeneje. © Apr. 2, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 7 ; E for. 1361 ; Kalman Nador, 
Budapest, Hungary. 1877 

Saul ; nach dem drama von A. Lernet- 
Holenia in einem akt, musik von 
Hermann Reutter, of Germany, op. 
33 ; partitur. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 22; E for. 1799; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 1878 

Savoy (The) shout; by L. Russell. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3294; Luis Russell, New 
York. 1879 

Sax-agony; by Ed. Trea [i. e. E. A. 
Trea] : E flat alto saxophone. © 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 2487; 
Edward Atwood Trea, DeLand, Fla. 

1880 

Sax appeal ; lyrics by Patricia 
O'Hearn, music by Minzde and 
Victor Zentner. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 , E unp. 
2657 ; 'Anne Nichols, New York. 

1881 

Sax-in-Dixie ; by Ed. Trea [i. e. E. A. 
Trea] ; E flat alto saxophone. © 1 
c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E unp. 24S8 ; Edward 
Atwood Trea, DeLand, Fla. 1882 

Say it with a big brass 1 band ; words 
by J. Brockman, music by J. Brock- 
man and Sam Feinberg. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929 ; E unp. 3316 ; James Brockman, 
Los Angeles. 1883 

Scavenger' (The) ; lyric by Arthur L. 
Salmon, music by Kennedy Russell, 
of Great Britain ; in B flat. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 16; E for. 2194; 
Enoch & sons (1927) ltd., London. 

1884 



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Schenk'mir nur einen tag aus deinem 
leben ! lied und slow-fox, text von 
Egon Schubert, musik von Trojan 
Wellisdb, of Germany. © Oct. 19, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929 ; E for. 1938 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

1885 

Scherzino ; film-musik, av Eduard 
Rudolf, of Sweden ; orch. pts., with 
pf. direction. © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E for. 18S2 ; Edition 
international, niusikhandel interna- 
tional, A. E. Wappler, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 1886 

Schlager (Die) aus der revue Jetzt 
oder nie ; worte von Harry Waldau, 
musik von Felix Hirschberg u. H. 
Waldau. of Germany. In der 
kleinen bar. [2 others] © Mar. 17, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1890; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. Hi, Berlin. 

1887 

Schlager (Die) aus der revue Offent- 
lichkeit ausgeschlossen ; text von 
Alfred Berg u. Siegwart Ehrlich, 
musik von S. Ehrlich, of Germany. 
Wir treffen uns heut' abend um halb 
neunzehn, mein schatz. [4 others] 
© Jan. 12. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 : 
E for. 1892; Rondo-verlag, G.m.b.H., 
Berlin. 1888 

Schlager (Die) aus Die reise durch 
Berlin in 40 stunden ; gesangstexte 
u. musik von Willy Rosen, of Ger- 
many : pf. arr. by Otto Lindemann. 
© Aug. 28. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E for. 1893; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 1889 

Schlager (Die) aus Fiir jeden etwas ; 
Berlins erste sport-revue, texte von 
Alfred Berg u. Siegwart Ehrlich, 
musik von Siegwart Ehrlich, of Ger- 
many. 1. Fiir jeden etwas. [3 
others] © Nov. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1884; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1890 

Schone frau, komm' zu mir heut' 
nacht ; valse boston aus Wann und 
wo. text von Herman Haller, Willi 
Wolff und Rideamus, musik von 
Walter Kollo. of Germany. © Aug. 
24. 1927; 1 C. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1921; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 1891 

Schone (Die) lau ; marchenoper in 6 
bildern, nach Ed. Morikes dichtung, 
von Aenne von Below, musik von 
Julia Kerwey [pseud, of Julia Kerr], 
of Germany. © 1 c. Oct 6, 1928 ; D 
unpub. 27419 ; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. 1892 



Schonsten (Die) augen hat meine 
frau ; worte von Fritz Rotter, musik 
von Ralph Erwin, of Germany. © 
Oct. 10, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E 
for. 1902 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 1893 

School days ; six scenes in the day of 
a school-child, by Mary D. Kemp, of 
Canada ; pf. Going to school. [5 
others] © Dec. 26, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
22; E for. 2043; Frederick Harris 
co., London. 1894 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Fantasia in F 
minor ; by Franz Schubert, op. 103, 
arr. by Harold Bauer ; 2 pfs., 4 
hands. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929; E pub. 2400; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 1895 

Hark ! hark ! the lark ; words 

by William Shakespeare, arr. for 
pf. solo by John M. Williams. © 
Dec. 24, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 
2619 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

1896 

Schubert suite ; selected and ed. 

by Joseph E. Maddy, arr. by Tom 
Clark ; band pts. with conductor 
sc. 1. Marche heroique. [4 others] 
Copyright is based upon new 
matter by Joseph E. Maddy 
namely, his interpretation repre- 
sented in the legible notation 
thereof contained in the copies 
filed and on the arrangement for 
band by Tom Clark. © Dec. 7, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 1745; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

1897 

Standchen ; leise flehen meine 

lieder, aus dem Schwanengesang 
[and] Standchen ; horch, horch, 
music of each by Fr. Schubert, 
arr. by Leopold W'eninger, of 
Austria ; orch., with violin 1 di- 
rection. 4to. © Dec. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 29; E for. 1764; Anton J. 
Benjamin, Leipzig. 1898 

Unfinished symphony ; andante 

con moto, arr. by Carl J. Simonis ; 
4 violins, cello and pf. © Nov. 1, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 15 ; 1 c. Dec. 26 ; E 
pub. 3083 ; Peters edition distrib- 
utors of America, New York. 

1S99 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) He 
leadeth me ; traiimerei, quartet or 
eho., words by Joseph H. Gilmore, 
adaptation and arr. by Marion 
Moore ; male voices. 4to. © Jan. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 2445 ; J. A. 
Parks co., York, Neb. 1900 



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Schwarze (Die) orchidee ; opera grot- 
tesca in drei akten, dichtung von 
Karl M. von Levetsow, musik von 
Eugen D'Albert, of Germany, klavier- 
auszug mit text von Arthur Willner, 
of Czechoslovakia. © July 27, 1928 ; 
1 c. Sept. 20 ; D for. 27408 ; Universal 
edition actiengesellschaft, Vienna. 

1901 

Schwiegermutter, du siehst wie der 
Chaplin aus ; foxtrot, aus Die unge- 
kusste Eva, text von Fritz Rotter u. 
Otto Stransky, musik von Martin 
Knopf, of Germany, spezial-arr. von 
Nico Dostal, of Germany ; orch., with 
pf. direction. 4to. © Aug. 10, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2058 ; 
Oskar Seifert, Eppendorf, Germany. 

1902 

Scotland's story ; 12 miniatures, by 
Leslie Fly, of Great Britain ; pf . © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 
2286 ; Forsyth bros., ltd., London. 

1903 

Se torno a nascere ; canzone one-step, 
di Vittorio Mascheroni, of Italy ; 
piccola orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 9 ; E for. 1844 ; A. & 
G. Carisch & c, Milan. 1904 

Se torno a nascere; canzone one-step, 
versi di Guido di Napoli, musica di 
Vittorio Mascheroni, of Italy; pf. 
© Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
1855 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

1905 

Sea (A) fight; by Richard Howgill, of 
Great Britain ; orch. pts., with pf . 
conductor. 4to. © Jan.' 10, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2320; J. R. 
Lafleur & son, ltd., London. 1906 

Sea (The) of memory; ballad, words 
by J. F. Grimes, music by K. B. 
Brunton. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22; E pub. 2860; June F. Grimes 
and Kathryn Bryan Brunton, Los 
Angeles. 1907 

Sears (Helen) March; op. 5, no. 5; 
pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; 
E pub. 3009 ; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1908 

Melody ; op. 5, no. 1 ; pf . © Jan. 

25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 3005; 
John Church co., Cincinnati. 1909 

Waltz ; op. 5, no. 4 ; pf. © Jan. 

25, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; E pub. 3008 ; 
John Church co., Cincinnati. 1910 

See saw; lyric and melody by P. L. 
Geer, harmony and arrangement by 
Arthur Lee Mancebo. [Mimeo- 



graph] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 
2611 ; Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 

1911 
Seek not here ; Easter anthem ; arr. 
from M. A. Simpson, by Joseph 
Fletcher; mixed voices with organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
1 ; E pub. 3130 ; Robin Ellis, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 1912 

Sei doch kein frosch, du kleine krote; 
one-step, text von Armin Robinson, 
musik von Fred Raymond, of Ger- 
many, klav. arr. von Otto Linde- 
mann. © Aug. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jam 
7, 1929; E for. 1930; Rondo-verlag, 
G.m.b.H., Berlin. 191& 

Sei tutta mia, bella ; mazurka, by Pas- 
qualina Caliendo; violin. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 2832 ; James B. 
Russo, Brooklyn. 1914 

Senorita, my love is all for you ; words 
and music by A. Geraldine Farrar. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 2971 ; 
Alice Geraldine Farrar Gleason, 
Monrovia, Calif. 1915 

Serenade; by Helen Sears, op. 5, no. 
6; pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
28; E pub. 3010; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 191G 

Serenade ; by Victor Herbert, arr. by 
Wm. Strasser, of Czechoslovakia, 
domiciled at New York ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Sept. 10, 
1928; 2! c. Sept. 19; E 699438; Emil 
Ascher, inc., New York. 1917 

Serenade ; de Maxime Jacob, transcrip- 
tion pour orch., parties separees, 
avec pf. conducteur, de H. Mouton, 
of Belgium. 4to. © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 19; E for. 1820; J. Jobert, 
Paris. 1918 

Serenade; par P. O. Ferroud, of 
France ; orch. pts. 1. Berceuse [2 
others] © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929 ; E for. 2172 ; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 1919' 

Serenade; pour orch., reduction pour 
pf. a 4 mains par l'auteur, Jacques 
Larmanjat, of France, op. 34. © 
Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E 
for. 2163 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

1920 

Serenade; von Kurt Thomas, of Ger- 
many, op. 10; kleines orch. Parti- 
tur. 1. Marsch. [4 others] © 
Dec. 22, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
for. 1981; Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leip- 
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Serenata rnmena (Roumanian sere- 
nade) ; words and music by Menotti 
Salta, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York, English version by Frederick 
H. Martens ; high voice. © Dec. 24, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2852 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 1922 

Serenata spagnola ; versi di Luigi Sica, 
musica di V. De Crescenzo. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; E unp. 3107; Vincenzo De 
Crescenzo, New York. 1923 

Serenity ; idyl, by Frank Howard 
Warner; organ. © Dec. 28, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2399; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1924 

Sereno (El) ; Mexican serenade, by G. 
E. Holmes ; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2320 ; 
Charles L. Barnhouse. sr., Oskaloosa, 
la. 1925 

Sergeant Jock McPhee ; written and 
composed by Sandy MacFarlane 
[pseud, of T. M. MacFarlane] © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; E pub. 
2725; Thomas M. MacFarlane, Bos- 
ton. 1926 

Service ; words by Edward Lynn, mu- 
sic by Charles W 7 akefield Cadman. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 
2145 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 1927 

Settin on a rail ; words and music by 
A. A. McKenzie. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929; E unp. 3011; Archie Alex- 
ander McKenzie, Albemarle, N. C. 

1928 

Sevilla ! fox-trot, words and music by 
J. Miceli, English version by Mrs. 
M. O. de Arrigoni. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; E unp. 2472; Joseph Miceli, 
Los Angeles. 1929 

Sevillana ; Spanish song, letra de Jus- 
tino Ochoa. music de Federico 
Longas, of Spain. © Dec. 17, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2644; 
Forster music publisher, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1930 

Shadow land ; intermezzo, by Frank H. 
Grey; pf. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 15; E pub. 2372; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1931 

Shady lady; theme song of the photo- 
play, words by Howard Johnson, 
music by Josiah Zuro, Francis Gro- 
mon and Jack Grun. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3051; 



Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 1932 

Shake high, shake low ; from Boom- 
boom, lyrics by Mann Holiner and 
J. Keirn Brennan, music by Werner 
Janssen. © Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
16 ; E pub. 2730 ; Shubert music pub. 
Corp., New York. 1933 

Shall I, wasting in despair ; part-song, 
words by Geo. Wither, music by 
C. E. Miller, of Great Britain ; male 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 25; E for. 2330; Banks & son, 
York, England. 1934 

She only laughs at me ; words and mu- 
sic by F. Hall. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 
2879 ; Fred Hall, New York. 1935 

She's a girl from my home town ; 
words and music by A. Fernwood. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1929; E unp. 2526; Albert Fern- 
wood, New York. 1936 

She's a new kind of old-fashioned 
girl ; words by Billy Rose, music by 
Vincent Rose. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E unp. 
3327 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

1937 

She's got a great big army of friends, 
since she lives near the navy yard ; 
words by Billy Frisch and Monty 
Siegel, music by Bob Nelson ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 3; E pub. 2195; Gene Austin, 
inc., New York. 1938 

She's got a handful of gimme, and a 
mouthful of much obliged ; words by 
Charles Tobias, music by Peter de 
Rose. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Dec. 22, 1928; E unp. 2509; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 1939 

Same. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 e. Jan. 

22 ; E pub. 2861 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 1940 

She's got great ideas ; words by 
Charles Tobias and Sam Carlton, 
music by Geo. J. Bennett; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by May Singhi 
Breen. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
29 ; E pub. 3067 ; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 1941 

She's my girl, oh ! what a difference 
that makes ; words and music by 
Max Kortlander. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E 
unp. 2954; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 1942 



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She's the godess [ !] of all, no king- 
dom could fall, with her as ruler 
and queen ; words by F. Ruby, mu- 
sic by Carleton Ruby. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1*929; E unp. 3280; Fauntleroy 
Ruby, Danbury, Neb. 1943 

She said she wouldn't — but she did; 
words and music by Ed. E. Elton, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace, with ban- 
julele banjo and ukulele arr. by 
Alvin D. Keech. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 31. 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E for. 2022; B. 
Feldman & co., London. 1944 

She stoops to conquer ; romance of 
Japan, quartet or cho., words by 
F. E. Weatherly, music by J. L. 
Roeckel, harmonized by J. A. Parks ; 
men's voices. 4to. © Jan. 1, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 2443 ; J. A. Parks 
co., York, Neb. 1945 

She used to call me nothing, but now 
she calls me sheik ; words and music 
by E. O. Klahn. New York, Frank 
Harding. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2147 ; Elmer O. 
Klahn, Rocky Point, N. Y. 1946 

Sheila ; words and music by Arthur 
F. Kellogg ; in C. © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 2373 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 1947 

Sheltered by love ; hymn, words and 
music by O. A. Parris. © Sept. 15, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 20; E pub. 2611; 
James D. Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, 
Tenn. 1948 

Sherry; fox trot, words and muse by 
V. L. Ridky. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 30. 1929; E unp. 
3290; Viola Lillian Ridky, Detroit. 

1949 

Ship ahoy ! words and music by Phil 
Saltman. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
unp. 2801 ; Philip Earl Saltman, Re- 
vere, Mass. 1950 

Shoe blues ; words by F. Pine, music 
by Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 2821; Frank 
Pine, Blaine, Wash. 1951 

Short dress gal ; by S. Morgan. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E 
unp. 2837 ; Sam Morgan, New Or- 
leans. 1952 

Short postlude ; by H. P. Hopkins, op. 
123, no. 2 ; organ. © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2363; Theo- 
dore Presser co., Philadelphia. 1953 

Short prelude; by H. P. Hopkins, op. 
123, no. 1 ; organ. © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 



2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2362; Theo- 
dore Presser co., Philadelphia. 1954 

i Si tatita es tan bueno ! tango, tema 
de La angelical Manuelita, di Fer- 
nando Rinon, riduzione per orches- 
trina con pf. conduttore di Illumi- 
nate Culotta, of Italy, pts, 4to. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 28; E for. 
1787 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1955 

Si te pesa haberme amado ; pespunte 
ranchero, letra de Juan Vega, musica 
de S. Gonzalez, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Chicago; 2 voices. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3308; 
Salome Gonzalez, Chicago. 1956 

Siam ; words and music by Walter 
Smith. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2737; 
Noah Frederick, San Francisco. 

1957 

Siciliano; Sicilian melody, by Beryl 
Rubinstein ; pf . © Dec. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2495; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 1958 

Silhouette; o Kaiserstadt, du schone ! 
by A. Walter Kramer • string orch. 
sc. and pts, © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 2840; G 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 1959 

Silver shadows; Argentine tango, by 
Charles Repper; orch. pts. © Jan. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; E pub. 3082 ; 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 1960 

Simplicity graded violin course ; by 
Louis Retter. Grade 5, lst-3rd posi- 
tions. © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 17 ; 
E pub. 2684 ; Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1961 

Simply starving for affection; words 
by Leo Livingston Goldstein, music 
by N. Marr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 
2924; Naiman Marr, New York. 

1962 

Since Jesus laid His hand on me ; 
hymn, words and music by O. A. 
Parris. © Sept. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
20; E pub. 2612; James D. Vaughan, 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 1963 

Since Lizzie's got to be a lady; words 
by A. Puckett, music by Luther A. 
Clark. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2791; 
Aldine Puckett, Rainelle, W. Va. 

1964 

Since you are away ; lyrics and music 
by J. Kwasser. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 
2908; Jack Kwasser, New York. 

1965 



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Since you came into my life; words 
by Mitchell Parish, music by Elliott 
Jacoby. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1929, 1 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 2881 ; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 1966 

Sing a song in the rain; from Polly, 
words by Douglas Furber, of Great 
Britain, and Irving Caesar, of U. S., 
music by Harry Rosenthal, of U. S. ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 26, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3091; 
Harms, inc.. New York. [© new 
lyrics and new arrangement of mu- 
sic.] 1967 

Sing unto the Lord a new song ; no. 3, 
words and music by Mrs. H. S. 
Lehman [i. e. Edna Fay Lehman] 
and W. AY. Colby. Lehman & co 
Erie, Penna. Svo. © July 15, 1928 
2 c. Dec. 5; aff. Dec. 6: A 3288 
Edna Fay Lehman, i. e. Mrs. H. S. 
Lehman, Erie, Pa. 1968 

Singapore Sal; theme song for Sal of 
Singapore, by Billy Stone, Al. Kop- 
pell and Chas. Weinberg, arr. by 
George J. Trinkaus ; voc. orch. pts., 
with words. 4to. © Jan. 22, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 3036; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 1969 

Singapore Sal; words by Al Koppell, 
music by Charles Weinberg and Billy 
Stone; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; E pub. 2990 ; 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

1970 

Singing (A) bird in a little gold box; 
by Bainbridge Crist ; pf. © Dec. 22, 
1928 : 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E pub. 2524 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 1971 

Singvbgelchen ; gavotte, von W. Win- 
terling, op. 8, bearb. von Hermann 
Wenzel, both of Germany ; pf. © 
Nov. 5, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
for. 2248 ; Fr. Fortius, Leipzig. 1972 

Sizzling the blues ; by Joe Capraro [i. 
e. J. J. Capraro] [Melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2977; 
Joseph John Capraro. New Orleans. 

1973 

Skipping on the lawn ; by Robert No- 
lan Kerr ; pf . © Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 15 ; E pub. 2370 ; Theodore Pres- 
ser co., Philadelphia. 1974 

Sky blue ; by Erv. Bradley ; pf . © 
Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 
2280; Bobbins music corp., New 
York. 1975 



Slavische tanze ; f tir grosses orch., von 
Karl Mraczek, of Czechoslovakia. 
Sc. © Sept. 27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2255 ; Ries & Erler, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. 1976 

Sleep, my babe, my darling; words 
and music by E. M. Joseph, of 
Switzerland, domiciled at Oakland, 
Calif. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 
2483; Eleanore M. Joseph, Oakland, 
Calif. 1977 

Sleep you well — in die bettgestell ; text 
und inusik von Hermann Abendroth, 
of Germany. © Oct. 15, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1941; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 1978 

Sleepy; words by E. Dodson, music by 
J. Weddell. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 
2730; Johnny Weddell and Edgar 
Dodson, Oakland, Calif. 1979 

Sleepy little pickaninnies; by Morti- 
mer Wilson, op. 86, no. 2 ; pf . © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 
2249 ; Century music pub. co., New 
York. 1980 

Slow down ; from Lady fingers, words 
by Edward Eliscu, music by Joseph 
Meyer ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 2906 ; 
Harms, inc., New York. 1981 

Slow motion; words and music by H. 
Y. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E unp. 2559; Harold Y. Smith, Eu- 
gene, Or. 1982 

Slumber song; by A. Ilynsky, arr. by 
Richard Kountz ; organ. © June 
24, 1927; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1928; E pub. 
2697; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

1983 

Slumber song ; by Arkadieff , tran- 
scribed by Arthur Hartmann ; violin 
and pf. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929; E pub. 2539; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 1984 

Small town Rose; waltz, lyric and 
music by Percy O. Bryant, of Can- 
ada. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Nov. 19, 1928; E unp. 2439; 
Percy Oswald Bryant, Vancouver, 
Canada. 1985 

Smile; words and music by P. J. Sar- 
antis. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2594; 
Peter J. Sarantis, New York. 1986 

Smile (A) and a song; words by N. 
M. Mulford, music by Helen M. 
Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
unp. 2520; Nellie M. Mulford, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1987 



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Smile and make the world smile with 
you; words and music by John J. 
Schneider, pf. arr. by Edward J. 
Splane, ukulele arr. by Anthony J. 
Franchini. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 2 ; E pub. 2165 ; Songtex music 
co., Philadelphia. 1988 

Smile away those bluey bluey blues ; 
waltz, words and music by Paul 
Russ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Dec. 

29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2393; Paul Russ music publisher, 
Amarillo, Tex. 1989 

Smile (The) you owe me; words and 
music by V. B. Milligan. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929; E unp. 2963; Virgil B. Milli- 
gan, Maryville, Tenn. 1990 

Smilin' ; words and music by M. Lasco. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3279; Morris 
Lasco, Chicago. 1991 

Smiling eyes; lyric by George Ellis- 
ton, music by T. Allison. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 3097; Theo- 
dora Allison, Cape May, N. J. 1992 

Smiling tooth army song; words and 
music by Baron Keyes. 16mo. 
[Words and melody only] © Dec. 

30, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E pub. 
2800; Myrrohl chemical co., San 
Francisco. 1993 

Snake hip dance; words and music 
by W. Crawley, arr. by Harry 
Schoolfield; pf. and ukulele ace. 
New York, Crawley music co. © 
Aug. 1, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 28; E pub. 
2129; Wilton Crawley, Chicago. 

1994 

Sneaking ; for fotoplay, by Hugo Felix, 
ed. by D. Savino; pf. © Dec. 28, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 29; E pub. 2629; 
Bobbins music corp., New York. 

1995 

Snow fairies; by Marie D. La Cour, 
op. 30, no. 3; pf. [In Three little 
pieces for you] © Jan. 16, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 18; E pub. 2750; Clayton 
F. Summy co., Chicago. 1996 

Snowdrop ; by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 8 ; pf. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2950; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 1997 

Snowflakes; caprice, from Snegou- 
rotchka, by Rimsky-Korsakov, tran- 
scribed by Arthur Hartmann ; violin 
and pf. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929; E pub. 2544; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 1998 



So ein tropfchen steight ins kopfchen ; 
marsch aus Die ungekiisste Eva, 
text von Fritz Rotter u. Otto Stran- 
sky, musik von Martin Knopf, of 
Germany, arr. von Richard Etlin- 
ger, of Germany; orch., with pf. 
direction. 4to. © Aug. 10, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2054 ; Oskar 
Seifert, Eppendorf, Germany. 1999 

Sognando amore ; sogno-visione-estasi,. 
per piccola orch. e. pf. conduttore, 
di Aroldo Fornasari, of Italy. 4to. 
© Nov. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 29 ; E for. 
1958; Guglielmo Zanibon, Padova, 
Italy. 2000 

Sold down the river; ballet suite, by 
Eastwood Lane; pf. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E pub. 2193 ; 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 2001 

Soldiers of Christ, arise; hymn with 
descant, words by C. Wesley, music 
by Eric H. Thiman, of Great Brit- 
ain. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
9; E for. 1998; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 2002 

Solita ; lyric by Mitchell Parish, mu- 
sic by Elliott Jacoby and Irving 
Mills; pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; E pub. 2673 ; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 2003 

Solos de concertos ; pour violon, avec 
ace. de pf., par Jules Le Boulch, of 
France, no. 9. En la bemol ma- 
jeur. — no. 10. En fa majeur. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. each Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2106, 2107; H. Le 
Boulch, Versailles, France. 

2004, 2005 

Some day I'll be happy ; words and 
music by K. Kichi, arr. by Phil 
Starr. HVords and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 2940; 
King Kichi, Wallingford, Conn. 2006 

Some day — my darling; words and 
music by W. R. Hoclgin. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; E unp. 3106: Willard Ran- 
dolph Hodgin, New York. 2007 

Some Sunday in the summertime; 
song fox-trot, words and music by 
Harry Gifford and Fred E. Cliffe, 
both of Great Britain; pf. ace. with 
ukulele arr. by Harry J. Stafford. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] © 
Dec. 14. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 
for. 1811; Campbell, Connelly & co., 
London. 2008 



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Some sweet morning; words by Darl 
MaeBoyle, music by James F. Han- 
ley and Will Hollander; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by A. J. Franchini. 

© Doc. 21. 192S : 2 c. Dec. 22 ; E pub. 
2631 : Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 2009 

Somebody : words and music by J. A. 
Braden. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
imp. 2705 ; James A. Braden. Kansas 
City. Mo. 2010 

Somebody's been stealing; words and 
music bv J. M. Gates. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2679; P. C. Brockman, 
Atlanta. 2011 

Somebody town; lyric and melody by 
P. L. Geer, harmony and arrange- 
ment by Arthur Lee Mancebo. 
[Mimeograph] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2612 ; Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2012 

Something to live for; from Lady 
fingers, words by Edward Eliscu, 
music by Joseph Meyer : pf . and uku- 
lele ace. © Jan. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22; E pub. 2907; Harms, inc., New 
York. 2013 

Somewhere there's someone who is all 
alone tonight ; waltz song, lyric and 
music by K. G. Coe. of Canada ; steel 
guit. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
2808; Kenneth George Coe, Medi- 
cine Hat, Alberta, Canada. 2014 

Sommernacht; text von Johanna Am- 
brosius, musik von H. Behr. © Jan. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 1 E pub, 3034 ; 
Herman Behr, New York. 2015 

So'n bisschen franzosisch ist gar nicht 
so schwer ! aus Wann und wo, text 
von Herman Haller, Rideamus und 
Willi Wolff, musik von Walter Kollo, 
of Germany. © Aug. 31, 1927; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1926; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2016 

Sonate en si ; pour pf. et violon, par 
Simone Pie, of France. © Nov. 20, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2144 ; 
Henry Lemoine et cie., Paris. 2017 

Sonatina ; by James H. Rogers ; organ. 
© Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 
3020 ; Theodore Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 2018 

Sonatina ; von Sigfrid Walther Miiller, 
of Germany, op. 20 ; klavier. 1, in F 
dur.-2, in B dur. © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 
1 c. each Jan. 2. 1929: E for. 1978, 
1979 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

2019, 2020 



Song in E flat no 3 ; by Robert Wil- 
liam Berick; pf. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 
2473 ; Ralph Marie Bonsanti, Brook- 
lyn.' 2021 

Seng (A) in praise of the Lord of 
heaven and earth ; English text by 
Helen A. Dickinson, music by Fran- 
ciscus Nagler, ed. by Clarence Dick- 
inson, arr. by Lucy Clark Street ; 
women's voices. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2214 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 2022 

Song (The) of a river; words and 
music by A. Y. Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 
22. 1929: E unp. 3019; Alma Y. 
Johnson, Avalon, Pa. 2023 

Song (A) of home ; words and music 
by F. J. Rogers, of Canada. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; E unp. 3170; Fred J. Rogers, 
St. Vital, Manitoba, Canada. 2024 

Song of Indiana ; words and music by 
C. Lucas ; [mixed voices] © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929 ; E unp. 2653 ; Caroline 
Lucas, Sandborn, Ind. 2025 

Song of light ; theme song, by M. S. 
Pallant. [Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1929; E unp. 2599; Myron Sey- 
mour Pallant, New York. 2026 

Song (A) of love; words and music by 
Helen C. Schachern. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E 
unp. 2569 ; Helen C. Schachern, New 
York. 2027 

Song (The) of love (Dos lied fun 
liebe) ; words and music by S. Se- 
cunda. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928 ; E unp. 2561 ; 
Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 2028 

Song of San Leandro ; words and mu- 
sic by H. P. Nissen. [Photostat] © 
1 e. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3043; 
Harry Petersen Nissen, Oakland, 
Calif. 2029 

Song of the forge; by H. W. Petrie, 
arr. by C. F. Shattuck ; male quar- 
tette. 4to. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 23; E pub. 2899; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 2030 

Song of the islands; Hawaiian fox 
trot, words and music by Chas. E. 
King. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2596: Frances H. King, Honolulu. 

2031 

Song (The) of the musketeers; lyric 
by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel 
Wayne. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 274S; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 2032 



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Song of the plumbers ; words by Louise 
Hamilton, music by B. Solomon. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2888; Berenice 
Solomon, Chicago. 2033 

Song (A) to the stars; by Ralph 
Kinder; organ. © Dec. 17, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 19 ; E pub. 2352 ; Theodore 
Presses 1 co., Philadelphia. 2034 

Songs for raggedy Ann ; from Rag- 
gedy Ann and Andy, words and 
music by Mary Landis Holclen. 1. 
What do you suppose. [4 others] 
© Oct. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E pub. 2291 ; Samuel French, inc., 
New York. 2035 

Songs of Alpha chi omega. 8th ed. 
Rev. and enl. © Dec. 6, 1928: 2 c. 
and aff. Dec. 8; A 3268; Alpha chi 
omega, Lincoln, Neb. 2036 

Songs of Exmoor ; words and music by 
Laurence E. Tanner, of Great Bri- 
tain, rev. and ed. by Edwin Thorn- 
ton. 1. Winter. [3 others] © Dec. 
24, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; E for. 
2316 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. 2037 

Songs of long ago; words and music 
by P. Dale. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928 ; E unp. 
2514; Frank Dale, Moundsville, W. 
Va. 2038 

Soul mates ; from The house boat on 
> the Styx, words by George Wehner, 
music by Monte Carlo and Alma San- 
ders ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Dec. 

19, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 21 ; E pub. 2169 ; 
Harms, inc., New York. 2039 

South Downs of Sussex ; words by 
Charles Dore, music by George Bu- 
chanan, of Great Britain. © Dec. 
14, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E for. 
1971 ; Berners music co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 2040 

South of Kentucky ; song fox-trot, 
words and music by Harry Shalson, 
of Great Britain ; pf . ace. with uku- 
lele a rr. by Charles Hanley. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Dec. 

20. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 4. 1929; E for. 
1807 ; Lareine & co., ltd., London. 

2041 
Souvenir ; from Yankee Doodle, words 
and music by Shafter Howard; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 22. 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2901; Edward 
B. Marks music co., New York. 

2042 

Souvenirs of you ; words by Annabel 
Greer, music by G. D. Moore; pf. 



and ukulele ace. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 3037 ; Grady D. 
Moore, Nashville. 2043 

Soy virgencita ; cancion Mexicana arr. 
de F. Moure, of Mexico, domiciled at 
El Paso, Tex.; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929 ; E unp, 2686 ; Francisco Moure, 
El Paso. 2044 

Spanish and Mexican album for guitar 
solo ; transcriptions by V. O. Bick- 
ford, op. 123. Los Angeles, Calif., 
American guitar society. © Dec. 26, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 28; aff. Dec. 29; A 
3418; Vahdah Olcott Bickford, Los 
Angeles. , 2045 

Spanish dance ; by Pablo de Sarasate, 
op. 26, no. 8, free concert version by 
Hans Hanke; pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 29 ; E pub. 3056 ; J. Fischer 
& bro., New York. 2046 

Spanish eyes ; words by J. Brockman, 
music by J. Brockman and Gus Ed- 
wards. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; E unp. 3319; 
James Brockman, Los Angeles. 2047 

Spartacus ; ouverture dramatique, pour 
orch. parties, avec pf. conducteur, by 
E. Froment, of France. © Dec. 10, 
1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1928 ; E for. 1834 ; 
Editions musicales Evette, Paris. 

2048 

Speak; lyrics by Lee Duskin, music 
bv N. Lee. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3200; 
Norman Lee, Chicago. 2049 

Speed (The) king; galop, by Dudley 
Peele, orch. by Walter C. Schad; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 18, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2857; Belwin, 
inc., New York. 2050 

Speedway (The) ; galop, composed and 
arr. by F. Bub ; orch. pts. 4to. © 
Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 
3039; Music buyers corp., New York. 

2051 

Spinning song ; by Helen MacGregor, 
selected, ed., annotated and fingered 
by John M. Williams; pf. © Jan. 

23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2921 ; 
Boston music co., Boston. 2052 

Spinning (The) wheel; trill study, by 
Albert von Doenhoff; pf. © Dec. 

24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E pub. 
2849; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

2053 

Spirit (The) of Easter; Easter service, 

words by Lizzie De Armond, and 

others, music by Fred B. Holton and 



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Edith Sanford Tillotson. 8vo. © 
Jan. 2. 1929: 2 c. and aft'. Jan. 7; 
AA 7031: Lorenz pub. co., New York. 

2054 

Spirit (The) of Lawrence; march, by 

A. II. Peterson. 1 st violin. © l c. 

Jan. IS, 1929: E unp. 2918; August 

H. Peterson. Methuen. Mass. 2055 

Spohr (L.) Rondo: transcribed by 
Louis Persinger ; violin and pf. © 
Dec. 11, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929: 
E 2497; Carl Fischer, inc.. New 
York. 2056 

Sprite dance ; by Rob Roy Peery ; vio- 
lin and pf. © Dec. 3. 192S : 2 c. Jan. 
10. 1929 ; E pub. 2493 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 2057 

Stainer (Charles) Scherzo; by 

Charles Stainer. of Great Britain; 

wind quintet. © Jan. 3. 1929; 1 c. 

Jan. 19: E for. 2177; Rudall, Carte 

» & co., ltd.. London. 2058 

Star of Bethlehem ; carol, words and 
music by E. W. G. Leidzen. 8vo. 
© Dec. 14, 192S: 2 c. Dec. 15; E 
pub. 2130 ; Erik W. G. Leidzen, New 
York. 2059 

Starlight ; words and music by F. J. 
Lynch. [Words and melodv only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3050; 
Frank Joseph Lynch, New York. 

2060 

Stately (The) names of England; 
written by Graham Squiers, com- 
posed by Fred Cecil, of Great Brit- 
ain. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 28, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 
16. 1929: E for. 2199; Reynolds & 
co., London. 2061 

Station L. O. V. E. ; words and music 
by D. P. Fina. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 
3114 ; Donald Pascal Fina, Kenosha. 
Wis. 2062 

Stay out of Walnut Street alley : 
words and music by L. Johnson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2899; Lonnie 
Johnson. Jackson Heights, L. I., 
N. Y. 2063 

Stendardi (Piero) Pastorale; di 
Piero Stendardi. of Italy ; pf. © 
Jan. 5. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 4; E for. 
1808; Casa editrice musieale ital- 
iana, Florence. 2064 

Step by step ; course in theory and 
practise for the young piano stu- 
dent, by Elizabeth Fyffe. bk. 1. 
elementary. — bk. 2, 1st grade. — bk. 



3. 2nd grade. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 10, 1929: E pub. 2530- 
2532 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 
2065-2067 
Step-by-step : progressive method of 
musical education for beginners, by 
Lucy Ellen Peterson, obi. 8vo. © 
Oct. 24, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 3; aff. Dec. 
10: A 3522; Eurydicvum school of 
music, Long Beach. Calif. 2068 

Stepping high : theme song for the 
photoplay, lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert. 
music by Mattel Wayne. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1929: E unp. 2745; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 2069 

Stepping lightly ; by Celeste Brunei' 
Givens; pf. © Dec. 29. 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 8. 1929: E pub. 2324: Shattin- 
ger piano & music co., St. Louis. 

2070 

Still I'd love you : from Follow thru, 
words and music by B. G. De Sylva 
[pseud, of George Gard De Sylva], 
Lew Brown and Ray Henderson ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Joseph 
M. Weiss. © Dec. 28, 1928: 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E pub. 2068; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New 
York. 2071 

Stimmungsbilder ; 60 lyrische ton- 
stucke fur harmonium, komponiert 
von Hermann Wenzel, of Germany, 
revid. v. M. Wenzel, of Germany, 
bk. 2. © Nov. 10. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 
11. 1929; E for. 2246; Fr. Portius, 
Leipzig. 2072 

Stone's (Jerry) modern jazz piano 
course; for the pjlaying of popular 
music, by Jerry Stone. © Dec. 17, 
1928 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 26 ; AA 7411 ; 
Jerry Stone, Portland, Or. 2073 

Strarling (Der) ; text von L. Melschin, 
iibers. von Hans Ostwald, musik von 
Bernhard Blau. of Germany, op. 23, 
no. 1. © June 13. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
11. 1929 : E for. 2254 : Ries & Erler, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2074 

S.t.r.a.m.i.l.a.n.o. ; canzone one-step, di 
Yittorio Mascheroni, of Italy ; pic- 
cola orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 2. 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1849: A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 2075 

S.t.r.a.m.i.l.a.n.o.: canzotie one-step, 
parole di Luciano Raino, musica di 
Vittorio Mascheroni. of Italy; pf. 
© Jan. 2, 1929: 1 c. Jan. 9: E for. 
1854 ; A & G. Carisch & c. Milan. 

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Strangers (The) at our door; home 
mission song, words by Jessie F. 
Moser, music by H. G. Tovey. © 
Nov. 1, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 
pub. 2651; Herbert G. Tovey, Los 
Angeles. 2077 

Student (The) march; by J. Jaffa © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E unp. 2475 ; Julius 
Jaffe, New York. 2078 

Siiss singt die geige, gut' nacht ; tango, 
verse von Robert Gilbert, musik von 
Will Rollins. © Oct. 4. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1899; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2079 

Suite in olden style; by Henry Ken- 
ning, of Great Britain ; violin, with 
pf. 1. Praeludium. [4 others] © 
Nov. 29, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5; E for. 
1968; Schott & co., ltd., London. 

2080 

Summer frolics ; by W. A. Montgom- 
ery, of Great Britain, op. 38, no. 4; 
pf. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E pub. 2955; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 2081 

Summer time in old Kentucky ; words 
by Hollis C. Franklin, music by 
Betsy White. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; E unp. 
2834; Vernon Dalhart, New York. 

2082 

Sun of glory ; overture, by Edw. Rus- 
sell ; band pts., with solo B flat cor- 
net conductor. 4to. © Sept. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 2310; 
Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 2083 

Sunbonnet (The) girl; comic operetta 
in 2 acts, book, lyrics and music by 
Geoffrey F. Morgan and Frederick 
G. Johnson ; mixed voices. Vocal 
sc. 4to. © Jan. 8, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
14; D pub. 27431; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 2084 

Sunflower ; by George Parker, of Great 
Britain, op. 7, no. 7 ; pf . © Jan. 21, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2949; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 2085 

Sunrise on the mountain; waltz, by 
G. E. Holmes; band pts. 4to. © 
Sept. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 
2322; Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., 
Oskaloosa, la. 2086 

Sunset in the garden; valse, by Eilsel 
Holt ; pf . © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
4; E pub. 2567; Century music pub. 
co., New York. 2087 

Sunset (The) limited; march, by G. E. 
Holmes; band pts. 4to. © Sept. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2321 ; 



Charles L. Barnhouse, sr., Oska- 
loosa, la. 2088 

Sunset trail ; words and music by S. 
W. Holiowell. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 2618; Stella Watts Hollo- 
well, Santa Barbara, Calif. 2089 

Superstitious blues ; words and music 
by Hattie Burleson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E imp. 2542; Brunswick-Balke-Col- 
lender co., New York. 2090 

Supplication; by Haydn Wood, of 
Great Britain ; pf. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 12 ; E for. 2308 ; Chappeli 
& co., ltd., London. 2091 

Supposing; words and music by M. 

Weitz. [Words and melody only] 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E unp. 2524; 
Mark Weitz, Boston. 2092 

Sure (A) retreat; hymn, words by 
Jessie F. Moser, music by H. G. To- 
vey. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E pub. 2652; Herbert G. To- 
vey, Los Angeles. 2093 

Surf riders ; by Heinrich Gebhard ; pf . 
© Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929; 
E pub. 2763; E. C. Schirmer music 
co., Boston. 2094 

Surprise (La) amoureuse; ou, La belle 
endormie, poesie populaire de Haute- 
Savoie, mis en musique de Georges 
Migot, of France. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2147 ; Henry 
Lemoine et cie., Paris. 2095 

Susi (Die) blast das saxophon ; text 
von Hans H. Zerlett, musik von Ru- 
dolph Nelson, of Germany. © Sept. 
13, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1936; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 2096 

Sutor (Adele) Nocturne, selected, ed., 
annotated and fingered by John M. 
Williams ; pf . © Dec. 24, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E pub. 2624; Boston music 
co., Boston. 2097 

Suzette; an idle idyll, words by Wil- 
liam F. Boddington, music by Ar- 
thur Fickenscher ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E pub. 2938; C. C. Birehard & co., 
Boston. t 2098 

Swampy river ; by Duke Ellington ; pf . 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929; 
E pub. 2741 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 2099 

Swanee river; by J. F. Weir; melody, 
with pf. ace. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
E unp. 2530; James Frederick Weir, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 2100 



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Sweet Colorado home; words and mu- 
sic by J. V. Lappin. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929; E unp. 2707; Jules Verne 
Lappin, Tulsa, Okl. 2101 

Sweet dreams of music ; words by C. 
M. Stairs, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2S25; C. M. Stairs, Seattle. 2102 

Sweet Estella, the ideal of my dreams : 
words by Mrs. Frank C. Duplessie 
[i. e. S. Duplessie], music by Ray 
Hibbeler. New York City, Frank 
Harding's music house. © Jan. 3, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 12; E pub. 2592; 
Selina Duplessie, Fitzwilliam Depot, 
X. II. 2103 

Sweet Ida Joy : words by Will J. Har- 
ris, music by Maurice Abrahams; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; E pub. 2186 ; Spier 
& Coslow, inc., New York. 2104 

Sweet is the voice, and brown are the 
eyes ; words and music by L. Tower. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14. 1929; E unp. 2767; Leslie 
Tower, Red Bluff, Calif. 2105 

Sweet Kentucky Lou ; words and mu- 
sic by Sherman Brown. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3188; Hughes Bailey & co., 
inc., New York. 2106 

Sweet Rose of memory ; words and mu- 
sic by Al Johnson [i. e. E. A. John- 
son] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3330; 
Eric Albin Johnson, Chicago. 2107 

Sweet rose of paradise ; words and 
music by C. Swanberg. © Dec. 28, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E pub. 
2934; Carl Swanberg, St. Paul. 

2108 

Sweet violets ; words and music by B. 
Samberg. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E unp. 2506; 
Benjamin Samberg, Brooklyn. 2109 

Sweet William; words by Jack Fors- 
ter, music by Mary Forster ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; 
E unp. 2671; John T. Forster, Hol- 
ton, Kan. 2110 

Sweetest (The) story ever told; part 
song, words and music by R. M. 
Stults, arr. by Philip Greely ; men's 
voices. 4to. © Dec. 19, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E pub. 2340; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 2111 

Sweetheart blues ; words by F. McRoy, 
music by Luther A. Clark. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 



1929 ; E unp. 3147 ; Florence McRoy, 
Newport, Ark. 2112 

Sweetheart, I love you ; lyrics by Lil- 
lian Barnes, music by E. A. Schanda. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 2458; 
Edward Adolph Schanda, Chicago. 

2113 

Sweetheart I'm lonesome for you; 
words and music by G. D. Moore ; pf. 
and ukulele ace. [Photostat] © 1 
c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 3038; Grady 
D. Moore, Nashville. 2114 

Sweetheart of memories ; waltz, words 
and music by Sam Coslow ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 4 ; E pub. 2187 ; Spier & Coslow, 
inc., New York. 2115 

Sweetheart of mine come back to me; 
waltz song, words and music by H. 
Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 2450; Harold Johnson, Fort 
Riley, Kan. 2116 

Sweetheart of mine, come back to me ; 
words and music by V. Yaska. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3231; 
Vana Vaska, Los Angeles. 2117 

Sweetheart of my dreams; lyric and 
melody by P. L. Geer, harmony and 
arrangement by Arthur Lee Man- 
cebo. [Mimeograph] © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1929 ; E unp. 2613 ; Paul L. Geer, 
Berkeley, Calif. 2118 

Sweetheart Sue — I love you ; words 
by L. Clyde, music by Lee Turner. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E unp. 2637 ; Lee Clyde, 
Baylor, Mont. 2119 

Sweetness of your song ; fox-trot, lyric 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by John 
McLaughlin, arr. by Joseph Nuss- 
baum ; dance orch. pts. 4to. © 
Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 
3098; ML Witmairk & sons, New 
York. 2120 

Swinging; 5-note duet, by Marie F. 
Hall; pf. with rhymes. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2403 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 2121 

Swinging on de golden gate; negro 
spiritual, words and music by M. A. 
Redding. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929: E 
unp. 3262; Mary Agnes Redding, 
Pittsburg, Calif. 2122 

Symphonie VI ; fur crch, partitur, in C 
dur, von Kurt Atterberg, of Sweden, 
op. 31. © Nov. 29, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1929; E for. 1996; Columbia 
graphophone co., ltd., London. 

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Syncopator (The) ; march, by G. H. 
Huffine ; band. 4to. © Jan. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; E pub. 2300 ; Karl 
L. King music house, Fort Dodge, 
la. 2124 

Szazas banko nesze cigany ; fox-trot, 
a szoveget Koja Josef es Nador Josef 
irtak, zenejet szerzette : Kola Jozsef , 
of Hungary. © Nov. 17, 1927 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1928; E for. 1359; Kalman 
Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 2125 

Tanker du pa mej? text av Jean 
Ernst [pseud, of Harry Holm], 
music by Folke Anderson, of Sweden ; 
pf. © Oct. 23, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1873; A. b. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm, Sweden. 

2126 

Take me back, sweetheart; ballad, 
words by C. O. Jones, music by Lee 
Turner. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 24; E pub. 2915; Charles Os- 
car Jones, Gary, Ind. 2127 

Take me back to Col-ler-rad-da fer to 
stay ; words and music by Moran 
Moore ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan, 23 ; E pub. 2889 ; 
Villa Moret, inc., San Francisco. 

2128 

Tale and story ; fox trot, special jazz 
arr., by Jose M. Lucchesi, of Brazil ; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; 
E for. 2104; Auguste Bosc, Paris. 

2129 

Tampa ; from Happy days, lyric by 
Lew Levinson, music by Leo> Flan- 
ders. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; E pub. 3084; Sherman, Clay 
& co., San Francisco. 2130 

Tangerina ; tango-, par S. Esve, of 
France; pf. © Dec. 31, 1927; 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1928; E 689537; Choudens, 
Paris. 2131 

Tango Creole; by K. L. Richards, op. 
38; pf., in A min. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929 ; E unp. 3250 ; Katherine Louise 
Richards, New York. 2132 

Tango d'amour ; nem tagadom, meg 
mindig gondolok magara. . . . , 
szoveget irta : Lorincz Miklos, zene- 
jet szerzette: Zerkovitz Bela, of 
Hungary. © Oct. 7. 11)27 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1928; E for. 1358; Kalman 
Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 2133 

Tantum ergo V; a Zoltanus Kodaly, 
of Hungary; gyermekhangokra, or- 
goua v. harmonium. obi. 4to. 



(Cover title: — Ot tantun ergo) © 
Dec. 1, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; E 
for. 2017; Zoltan Kodaly, Budapest, 
Hungary. 2134 

Tanz-suite; von Efrem Zimbalist, arr. 

von Leo Artok, of Germany, op. 98 ; 

salon-orch., with pf. conductor. 1. 

Polnischer tanz. [2 others] © Dec. 

31, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; E for. 1794; 

B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

2135 
Tarantella ; by Gaston Borch, of Nor- 
way ; orch. pts., with pf . conductor. 

© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 : E pub. 

2259; Belwin, inc., New York. 2136 

Tea (The) party; by Matilee Loeb- 
Preston ; pf. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; E pub. 2787; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 2137 



Tea time ; words and music by M 
Bronson. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 
unp. 3032; Margaret E. Bronson, 
Cincinnati. 2138 

Teach me to love ; sacred song, words 
by Priscilla M. Dunn, music by W. 
E. McGee ; low voice. Oakland, 
Calif., Franklin music publisher. © 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 
2864; Winifred E. McGee, Ceres, 
Calif. 2139 

Tear drops ; words by Lou Davis, mu- 
sic by Arnold Johnson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9. 1929 ; E 
unp. 2630 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 2140 

Tears of love; words and music by H. 
P. Nissen. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
15. 1929 ; E unp. 2S38 : Harry Peter- 
sen Nissen, Oakland, Calif. 2141 

Teasing; words and music by R. Al- 
bright. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2. 1929; E unp. 2468; 
Ray Albright, Newark, N. J. 2142 

Teddy (The) bear; dance, by Matilee 
Loeb-Preston ; pf. © Jan. 22. 1920 ; 
2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 2793 ; Schroeder 
& Gunther, inc., New York. 2143 

Teiere mamenin ; words and music by 
S. Secunda. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928 ; E unp. 
2478 ; Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 

2144 

Tell it to the marines; by Richard 
Howgill, of Great Britain ; orch. 
pig., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 
2322; J. R. Latleur & son, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2145 



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Tell me in the moonlight ; words and 
music by Bob and Don Elbel ; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Jan 7. 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 9; E pub. 2463; Forster 
music publisher, inc., Chicago. 2146 

Tell me little sweetheart ; waltz, 
words, and music by G. E. Ruther- 
ford. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 30. 1929; E unp. 3285; 
Georue E. Rutherford, Poughkeep- 
sie, X. Y. 2147 

Tell me when blues : words and mu- 

# sic by Spencer Williams. [Chords. 

single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929 ; 

E unp. 3116 ; Georgia music co., New 

York. 2148 

Tell the doc: words by Ira Gershwin, 
music by George Gershwin. London, 
New York & Sydney, Chappel & co., 
ltd. [Words and melody only] © 
Dec. 21. 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 1 E pub. 
2172 ; New world music corp., New 
York. 2149 

Tempest (The) ; from The Yodler, 
words and music by F. Zimmermann, 
of Switzerland, domiciled at Los 
Angeles, arr. by Wm. F. Schiller. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 2. 1929; E unp. 2465; Fritz 
Zimmermann, Los Angeles. 2150 

Tender memories ; words by Ford [i. e. 
Ford Rush] and Glenn [i. e. Glenn 
Rowell], music by Fred Rose. 
[Chords, single staff.] © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1929: E unp. 3190; Ford Rush 
and Glenn Rowell. Oak Park, 111. 

2151 

Tennessee. I'm coming home ; words 
and music by J. Ring. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2794 ; Justin Ring, New York. 

2152 

Tep°es and totem poles ; by Mortimer 
Wilson, op. 86. no. 6 ; pf. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 : E pub. 2253 ; Cen- 
tury music pub. co.. New York. 2153 

Terry (Frances) Twelve study pieces 
for wrist technic ; pf. © Dec. 20, 
1928 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 8, 1929 ; AA 
7035; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

2154 

Tesha : vocal waltz theme, words and 
music by Harry Gordon and An- 
thony Deering, both of Great Brit- 
ain : pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
Harry J. Stafford. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 21, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 3. 1929 : E for. 1806 ; Camp- 
bell, Connelly & co., London. 2155 



Testing the keys : by W. L. Proctor ; pf . 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2980; 
Walter L. Proctor, Everett, Mass. 

2156 

Teufels-tanz (Der) ; caprice fantas- 
tique. fiir violine mit begleitung des 
pf., von Ferdinand Carri, op. 30. © 
Sept. 13, 1928; 1 c. Sept. 27; 1 c. 
Sept. 29 ; E pub. 2579 ; Breitkopf & 
Hartel, Leipzig. 2157 

Thank God for all; words by Herbert 
J. Brandon, music by Charles Huer- 
ter. 1. In C— 2. In E flat.— 3. In F. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 : 2 c. each Jan. 25 ; E 
pub. 2959 ; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 2158 

That Monte Carlo song ; fox-trot, words 
and music by Chick Endor and 
Harry Steinberg, both of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace. with banjulele 
banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1929 ; E for. 1987 ; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 2159 

That night among the roses; words by 
Ted Koehler, music by Frank Ma- 
gine. [Chords, single staff] © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1929; E unp. 3015; Villa 
Moret, inc., San Francisco. 2160 

That old-time organ melody ; valse bal- 
lad, written and composed by Harry 
Carlton and Michael Blair, of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace, with banjulele 
banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. 
Keech. © Jan. 7, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
24; E for. 2343; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 2161 

That phoney boloney ; tchirri-birri-bim, 
words and music by B. Samberg. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929 ; E unp. 2507 ; Benjamin 
Samberg, Brooklyn. 2162 

That's her now ; words by Jack Yellen, 
music by Milton Ager ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Dan Dougherty. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 
2203; Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. 2163 

That's my girl; words and music by 
C. C. Poche. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 
2968; Catherine C. Poche, Poucha- 
toula, La. 2164 

That's the good old sunny south ; words 
by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager ; 
pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by Dan 
Dougherty. © Jan. 11, 1929: 2 c. 
Jan. 12: E pub. 2603; Ager, Yellen 
& Bornstein, inc., New York. 2165 



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That's the kind of a baby that loves 
me; words and music by R. A. 
Pritchett. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3323; Ray Alphus Pritchett, 
Dallas. 2166 

Thats the melody my mother sang to 
me; words and music by J. Kwas- 
ser. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 2909 ; Jack 
Kwasser, New York. 2167 

That's what I call sweet music ; words 
by Jack Meskill, music by Al Hoff- 
man and Pete Wendling ; pf . ace. 
with ukulele arr. by Dan Dougherty. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 
3053 ; Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. 2168 

That's what's calling me back; music 
by Johnny Tucker and Joe Schuster, 
scored by George J. Trinkaus ; voc. 
orch. pts. 4to, © Jan. 21, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 24 ; E fcub. 2986 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 2169 

That's what's calling me back ; words 
by Clyde Hager, music by Johnny 
Tucker and Joe Schuster; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; E pub. 2430; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. 2170 

That's why I'm happy ; words by Herb 
Magidson, music by Michael H. 
Cleary ; pf . ace. with ukulele arr. by 
A. J. Franchini. © Jan. 9, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 10; E pub. 2483; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc., New York. 

2171 

That's why I'm jealous of you; words 
by Ford [i. e. Ford Rush] and 
Glenn [i. e. Glenn Rowell], music 
by Fred Rose, arr. by Rube Bennett ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; E unp. 3191; Ford Rush and 
Glenn Rowell, Oak Park, 111. 2172 

That tantolizing [ ! ] smile ; words and 
music by G. S. Ostrander. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1929 ; E unp. 3102 ; Gertrude 
Snowden Ostrander, Sterling, Neb. 

2173 

That tired feeling: words and music 
by V. A. L. Smith, of Canada. 
[AVords and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; E unp. 2515 ; Victoria 
A. L. Smith, Tillsonburg, Ontario, 
Canada. 2174 

Thee Barbados ; words by Lionel 
O'Donnell Licorish, music by T. 
Hammed ; pf . © Dec. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 7 ; E pub. 2717 ; Harrison God- 
win Smith and Tosh Hammed, New 
York. 2175 



Then I'll have time for you ; from Fol- 
low thru, words and music by B. G. 
De Sylva [pseud, of George Gard De 
Sylva], Lew Brown and Ray Hender- 
son ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Joseph M. Weiss. © Dec. 28. 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2069 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New 
York. 2176 

There is a green hill far away ; sacred 
song, words by C. F. Alexander, mu- 
sic by Alfred Wooler . 1. In A flat. — ■ 
2. In F. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3110; Arthur a 
Schmidt co., Boston. 2177 

There is no dream ; words by Margaret 
E. Sangster, music by Louis Drake- 
ford [i. e. L. H. Drakeford], of Great 
Britain. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E 
unp. 3305 ; Lewis Henry Drakeford, 
London. 2178 

There's a four leaf clover in my pocket, 
and a horse-shoe over my door ; 
lyrics by Lew Colwell and Jack 
Meskill, music by Pete Wendling; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 29, 
1929: 2 c. Jan. 30: E pub. 3078; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 2179 

There's a little girl who's calling, call- 
ing me ; words and music by T. Par- 
rillo. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 
3138; Tom Parrillo, Chicago. 2180 

There's a reason when my dad steps 
out! fox-trot, words and music by 
A. Leff. © 1 c. Jan. 15. 1929: E 
unp. 2840; Alice Leff, Whitewood, 
S. D. 2181 

There's a smile for ev'ry tear; lyric 
by John Leeds, music by Hoyt Fish- 
er. Los Angeles. Calif., Gene John- 
ston, inc. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22 ; E pub. 2859 ; Gene Johnston, Los 
Angeles. 2182 

There's but only one dream: words 
and music by G. J. Poquse. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1928; E unp. 1944; George J. Po- 
quse, Fort Sill, Old. 2183 

There's no happiness without you; by 
S. Wienshienk; melody with pf. ace. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2969; 
Sylvia Wienshienk, Kansas City. Mo. 

2184 

There's no power on earth can pull it 
down ; words and music by Tommy 
Lome and R. F. Morrison, of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace, with banjulele 
banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 



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tions] © Jan. 7, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 8; 
E for. 2025 ; B. Feldman & CO., Lon- 
don. 2185 

There's nobody else ; words by Sidney 
Clare, music by Jimmy Monroe 
[pseud, of Leonard Joy] ; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by A. J. Franchini. 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; E pub. 
2484 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 2186 

There's sugar cane around my door; 
words and music by Eddie Leonard 
t and Jack Stern. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; 
E unp. 2695; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 2187 

There were shepherds ; Christmas 
pageant-service for the Sunday 
school, pageant by Frances V. Hub- 
bard, music by John J. Thomas, 
Clarence Nevin, Clinton D. Lowden 
and Roy E. Nolte. Chicago. 111., 
Geo. F. Rosche & co. 8vo. © Sept. 
20. 1928: 2 c. Oct. 3: D 27383; 
George F. Rosche, Chicago. 2188 

Therese : or, The Lady of Morunique ; 
comic opera in 2 acts, written by 

E. H. Stevens, composed by R. G. 
Barrow. 4to. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929 ; 
D unpub. 27434 : Edmund H. Stevens 
and Robert G. Barrow, Washington. 

2189 

Thermidor ; ouverture, pour orch., par- 
ties separees, avec pf. conducteur, 
par A. Scassola, of Italy. © Nov. 
15, 1928 : 1 c. Dec. 19 ; E for. 1824 ; 

F. Moulin, Cannes, France. 2190 

They who trust and obey; hymn, 
words by Jessie F. Moser, music by 
H. G. Tovey ; mixed voices. © Nov. 
1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 
2653; Herbert G. Tovey, Los Ange- 
les. 2191 

Thinking of you. my sweetheart; 
words and music by C. B. Meyer. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2762; Carl 
B. Meyer, St. Louis. 2192 

Thinnest (The) girl I know; musical 

recitation, written by Greatrex New- 
man, composed by Wolseley Charles, 
of Great Britain; pf. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16. 1929 : E for. 2198 : 
Reynolds & co., London. 2193 

Third air concertante : by Louis Ret- 
ter ; violin and pf. © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2685; Louis 
Retter music co., St. Louis. 2194 



Third sonata ; by Arnold Bax, of Great 
Britain ; violin and pf . © Jan. 22, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 ; E for. 2377 ; Mur- 
doch, Murdoch & co., inc. with J. 
G. Murdoch & co., ltd., London. 

2195 

This glad Easter day; English text 
by Helen A. Dickinson, set to tra- 
ditional Norwegian air, arr. by Clar- 
ence Dickinson, arr. for women's 
voices by Lucy Clark Street ; organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
3; E pub. 221G; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 2196 

Thompson (John) Seven musical 
travelogues; pf. © Jan. 21, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 21 : E pub. 2786 ; Schroeder 
& Gunther, inc., New York. 2197 

Thou art all ; sacred song, words by 
Ave Galbraith, music by J. Lamont 
Galbraith; med. voice. © Jan. 30, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3111; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 2198 

Thou art near ; words by William H. 
Pike, music by H. G. Tovey : pf . © 
Nov. 1. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1929; 
E pub. 2654 ; Herbert G. Tovey, Los 
Angeles. 2199 

Thoughts of you when I'm blue ; 
words by Mrs. G. L. Brown, music 
by Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 
2847; Gertrude L. Brown, Aroda, 
Va. 2200 

Throne (The) of grace; hymn, words 
and music by Mrs. L. J. Zorn [i. e. 
C. I. Zorn] © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Nov. 22; E pub. 2435; Clara Inez 
Zorn, Chicago. 2201 

Through the night a starry ray; the 
first Noel, hymn, music by G. I. 
Will. 4to. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 22; E pub. 2546; Grinton I. 
Will, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 2202 

Through the waning seasons ; words 
by Thomas S. Jones, jr., music by 
H. Gifford Bull ; low or med. voice. 
© Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; 
E pub. 2418; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 2203 

Tick tock; 5-note duet, by Marie F. 
Hall; pf. with rhymes. © Dec. 28, 
1928 : 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 : E pub. 2404 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 2204 

Tickety tock; by M. Wetzel; pf. 
[Photostat] © Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; E pub. 2475; Maurice 
Wetzel, Chicago. ' 2205 



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Tiddley-iddley-iddley-icldley-hi ! writ- 
ten and composed by W. H. Wallis 
and Harry Bedford, of Great Brit- 
ain; pf. ace, with banjulele banjo 
and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. Keech. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
E for. 1967 ; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 2206 

Tide of memory; lyric by Morris A. 
Nunes, music by Frank J. Konitz ; 
pf. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E imp. 
3127; Morris Nunes and Frank 
Konitz, New Haven. 2207 

Tiger man ; words and music by Henry 
Lodge. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 2651; 
Spier and Coslow, inc., New York. 

2208 

Tillie ; av Folke Anderson, of Sweden ; 
pf. © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1870; A. b. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm, Sweden. 

2209 

Time's end ; if I could live a thousand 
years, words and music by James 
Francis Cooke ; with violin ad lib ; 
in C. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; 
E pub. 3097; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 2210 

'Tis Jesus ; hymn, words and music by 
James M. Henson. © Jan. 15, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2808; Robert 
Emmet Winsett, Chattanooga. 2211 

'Tis you ; words and music by F. G. 
Thompson. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 3179 ; Fleet Gillum Thompson, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2212 

'Tis you I love; words and music by 
E. M. Joseph, of Switzerland, domi- 
ciled at Oakland, Calif. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; E unp. 2484; Eleanore M. 
Joseph, Oakland, Calif. 2213 

To a marching tune ; unison and 
quartet or cho., words by Gerald 
Grey, music by J. A. Parks, four-pt. 
arr. by Marion Moore ; male voices. 
4to. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 7; 
E pub. 2440; J. A. Parks co., York, 
Neb. 2214 

To all you ladies; [song], arr. with 
descant by Geoffrey Shaw, of Great 
Britain. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 15 ; E for. 2037 ; Novello & co., 
ltd., London. 2215 

To be with you again ; words by S. O. 
Miller, music by Luther A. Clark. 
© Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; 



E pub. 2930; Stella Owen Miller, 
Coffeyville, Kan. 2216 

To the Chinamen belong the soils; 
words by Andrew E. Lindas, music 
by C. B. Lindas. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E unp. 2675; Clarion B. 
Lindas, Chicago. 2217 

Toast (A) for Pierrot; by Marie 
Louise Evans ; pf. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. IS ; E pub. 2752 ; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 2218 

Toenniges (Christian Frederick) 45 
master student daily technical exer- 
cises ; saxophone, cornet or trumpet. 
© Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2: c. and aff. Feb. 
7 ; AA 9372 ; Christian Frederick 
Toenniges, Detroit. 2219 

To-morrow ; in Chariot 1928, English 
• words by Rowland Leigh, of U. S., 
original French words by Jean 
Lenoir, music by T. Aivaz ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter, ltd. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations.] © Oct. 22, 1928; 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1 c. Dec. 19; E pub. 2979; 
Publications Francis-Day, Paris. 

2220 

To-morrow is here; words by Sidney 
Clare and Jack Murray, music by 
Lew Pollack. [Words and melody 
only] © Jan. 21, 1929; E unpub. 
2990 ; De Svlva, Brown & Henderson, 
inc., New York. 2221 

To-morrow — perhaps — but not to-day ; 
words and music by Jack Judge, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace, with ban- 
julele banjo and ukulele arr. by 
Alvin D. Keech. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E for. 1966; B. 
Feldman & co., London. 2222 

Tonleiter-und arpeggien-studien fur 
posaune ; unter berucksichtigung 
moderner intervalle von Ernst 
Gaetke, of Germany. Heft 1, 2. © 
Oct. 29, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E for. 2279; Wilhelm Zimniermann, 
Leipzig. 2223 

Tonwellen ; potpourri, von H. Mann- 
frefl, of Germany, op. 135; pf. © 
Oct. 10, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 : E 
for. 2061; Heima-verlag, Berlin- 
Schoneberg, Germany. 2224 

Top (The) ; by Matilee Loeb-Preston ; 
pf. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; 
E pub. 2795; Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., New York. 2225 

Tortoises; musical recitation, written 
by H. M. Burnaby; composed by 
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pf. © Dee. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1929; E for. 2195; Reynolds & co., 
London. 2226 

Totentanz-suite ; drei stiicke fur 
violine mit kleinem orch., von Heinz 
Tiessen. of Germany, op. 29. Sc. 
© Aug. 27. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E for. 2256; Ries & Brier, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 2227 

Touchdown ; march, by G. E. Holmes ; 
band pts. 4to. © Sept. 22, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 26 ; E pub. 2323 ; Charles L. 
Barnhouse, sr., Oskaloosa, la. 2228 

Tour (La) de feu; fantaisie, du draine 
lyrique en trois actes de Sylvio 
Lazzari, par Raoul Morane, of 
France. 1. Pf.-2. Facile ; violon et 
pf. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 

9. 1929 ; E for. 2156, 2157 ; Choudens. 
Paris. 2229, 2230 

Toy (A) band; by Bainbridge Crist; 
pf. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929 ; E pub. 2522 ; Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York. 2231 

Toymaker's (The) dream ; characteris- 
tic fox-trot, by Ernie Golden, arr. by 
Jos. Nussbaum ; orch. 4to. © Jan. 

10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; E pub. 2557 ; 
Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. 2232 

Toymaker's (The) dream; characteris- 
tic piece, words and music by Ernie 
Golden, arr. by Jos. Nussbaum; pf. 
ace. with ukulele arr. by T. Kahana ; 
violin obbl. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
2; E pub. 2142; Edw. B. Marks 
music co., New York. 2233 

Traite de l'harmonie ; realisation par 
Ch. Koechlin, of France, des legons 
des vols. 1 et 2. vol. 3. © June 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. July 12 ; E for. 1578 ; Max 
Eschig et cie., Paris. 2234 

Travelin' ; by Dave Berend, op. 308, 
pf . arr. by Leo. A. Kempinski ; banjo 
solo, with pf. ace. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 23; E pub. 2890; Irving 
Berlin standard music corp., New 
York. 2235 

Travelin Sam ; words and music by 
F. Downing. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 
3152; Fred Downing, Tampa, Fla. 

2236 

Tre : canzone fox-trot, di Vittorio Mas- 
cheroni, of Italy ; piccola orch. pts.. 
pf. conduttore. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1845; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 2237 



Tre: canzone fox-trot, yersi di Angelo 
Rainiro Boiella, musica di Vittorio 
Mascheroni, of Italy; pf. © Jan. 2, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 1853; A. & 
G. Carisch & c, Milan. 2238 

Treasure of mem' ries ; words and 

music by Al Gifford [i. e. A. M. 

•Gilford, jr.] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 

E unp. 2831; Alfred Morse Gifford, 

jr., Los Angeles. 2239 

Trees ; poem by Joyce Kilmer, music 
by Katherine Ruth Heyman ; med. 
• voice, in F. [London], Winthxop 
Rogers, ltd. © Nov. 29, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E pub. 2575; Hawkes 
& son (London) ltd., London. 2240 

Trille (Le) du diable ; teufelstriller- 
sonate, von Jjiuseppe Tartini, bearb. 
und hrsg. von Fritz Kreisler, of 
Austria ; violine mit streichorchester 
und orgel ; partitur. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2285 ; 
Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 2241 

Trinidad blues ; words by Iris Davis 
and Walt Merrick [i. e. W. E. Mer- 
rick], music by Walt Merrick, of 
Great Britain, domiciled at Washing- 
ton. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 
3068 ; Walter Ernest Merrick, Wash- 
ington. 2242 

Trinity river blues; words and music 
by Hattie Burleson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5. 1929 ; 
E unp. 2543 ; Brunswick-Balke-Col- 
lender co., New York. 2243 

Trink auf uns're liebe ; foxtrot, text 
von Fritz Rotter, musik von Anton 
Profes, of Germany, klavierarr. von 
Franz Grothe. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 25; E for. 2336; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 2244 

Triomphe (Le) de Bacchus ; divertisse- 
ment pour orch. par Claude Debussy, 
reduction pour pf. 2 mains, par Ma- 
rius Francois Gaillard, of France. 
© Mar. 10, 1928; 1 c. Apr. 9: E 
689533; Choudens, Paris. 2245 

Triomphe (Le) de Bacchus; divertis- 
sement pour orch., reduction pour 
pf. 4 mains, par Claude Debussy, of 
France. © Mar. 10. 1929; 1 c. Apr. 
9; E 689534; Choudens, Paris. 

2246 

Triplin'-sax ; polka brillante, by Ge- 
rardo Iasilli ; E flat alto saxophone, 
with pf. ace. © Dec. 11, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2501; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 2247 



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Triumph zug ; fur grosses-orch., von B. 
Leopold, of Czechoslovakia, op. 36; 
pts., with pf.-direction and 1st violin 
direction. © Oct. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929 ; E for. 2258 ; Rtihle & Wen- 
dling, Leipzig. 2248 

True blue; words by Haven Gillespie, 
music by Charlie Garland, arr. by 
Carleton L. Colby ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 14 ; 
E pub. 2636; Harold Rossiter music 
co., Chicago. 2249 

True heaven ; words and music by Wil- 
liam Kernell and Dave Stamper. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E unp. 2631 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

2250 

True love came too late; words and 
music by D. Tripp. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 2967 ; Daisy Tripp, Glens Falls, 
N. Y. 2251 

Trutzlied; text von Hagen Thurnau, 
musik von Hugo Kaun, of Ger- 
many ; mannerchor, a cappella. 4to. 
© Nov. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E for. 2222; Amsel-verlag, Berlin- 
Siidende, Germany. 2252 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) A leg- 
end ; words tr. by Frederick B. 
Miles, arr. by Lucy Clark Street ; 
women's voices. 4to. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 2212 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 2253 

Melodie ; arr. by Richard Kountz ; 

organ. © June 24, 1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 
19, 1928 ; E pub. 2699 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 2254 

The nightingale ; words by Flor- 
ence Gebhardt-Ormsbee, music by 

* Tchaikovsky, arr. by Morten J. La- 
vaas ; treble voices, a cappella. 4to. 
© Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E 
pub. 2935; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 2255 

Nur, wer die sehnsucht kennt ; 

op. 6, no. 6, arr. by Leopold Wenin- 
ger, of Austria ; orch. pts., with pf. 
direction and violin 1 direction. 4to. 
© Jan. 8, 1928; 1 c. Aug. 22; E 
697623; D. Rahter, Leipzig. 2256 

Nussknacker (Der) ; suite aus 

dom ballett, von P. Tschaikowsky, 
op. 71', arr. von Leopold Weninger, 
of Austria; orch. pts., with violin 1 
direction. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
22; E for. 2291; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 2257 



Russischer tanz ; von P. Tschai- 
kowsky, op. 40, no. 10, arr. von Leo- 
pold Weninger, of Austria ; orch. 
4to. © Dec. 18, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2005; Anton J. Benja- 
min, Leipzig, 2258 

Tscherepnin (Alexandre) ni 6me so- 
nate ; par A. Tscherepnin, of Russia, 
domiciled at Wereholme Islip, L. I., 
N. Y., op. 30, no. 2; violoncelle et pf. 
© Oct. 30, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; E pub. 
2376; Universal edition a. g., Vi- 
enna. 2259 

Tu-tu; one-step, by S. Ehrlich, of 
Great Britain; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 8; E for. 2301; Chappell 
& co., ltd., London. [© English 
edition arranged as piano solo] 

2260 

Tunes for little folks ; by M. L. Pres- 
ton ; pf. with words. © Jan. 25, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 3011; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

2261 

Tunes of yesterday ; quartet or cho., 
words by Anna E. Nelson, music by 
Vera J. Rolander ; male voices. 4to. 
© Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; E pub. 
2442; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

2262 

Turn to me; from Lady fingers, lyrics 
by Edward Eliscu, music by Joseph 
Meyer ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
19, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 22; E pub. 3089; 
Harms, inc., New York. 2263 

Turtle (The) walk; words by Tosh 
Hammed, music by Benjamin Gar- 
rison. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2573; 
Harrison Godwin Smith, New York. 

2264 

Tuscan (A) folk song; by Gordigiani, 
arr. by M. E. Bossi, of Italy ; organ. 
© June 24, 1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1928 ; 
E pub. 2700; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 2265 

Tutor for the improved long scale solo 
ukulele or miniature guitar ; by A. 
de Vekey, of Great Britain, bk. 1. 
4to. © Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2020 ; Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd., London. 2266 

'Twas night in Venice; barcarolle, by 
Eilsel Holt; pf. © Jan. 2, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2246; Century 
music pub. co., New York. 2267 

'Twas only a dream ; words by T. 
Roth, music by Eugene Platzman. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 3109; 
Thomas Roth, Brooklyn. 2268 



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Twilight; anthem, words by Mary A. 
Lathbury, music by George B. 
Neviu. 4to. 1. Day is dying in the 
West ; mixed voices. — 2. Men's voices. 
© Dec. 19, 18, 1928; 2 c. each Jan. 
8, 1929; E pub. 2338, 2339; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 2269, 2270 

Twilight ; by M. Abramowitz ; mand. 
and guit. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1928; E 
unp. 2268; Morris Abramowitz, 
Brooklyn. 2271 

Twilight and you ; words and music 
by Ernie Burnett. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 
3278 ; Ernest M. Burnett, Chicago. 

2272 

Twilight in the woods ; arpeggio 
piece, by Walter A. Lehleitner ; pf . 
© Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; E pub. 
2876 ; Evans music co., Boston. 2273 

Twilight time; lyric and melody by 
P. L. Geer, harmony and arrange- 
ment by Arthur Lee Mancebo. 
[Mimeograph] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 2614 ; Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2274 

Two men ; musical recitation, written 
by George Arthurs, musical setting 
by Cuthbert Clarke, of Great Britain ; 
pf. © Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1929; E for. 2196; Reynolds & co., 
London. 2275 

Two tired old eyes; words by Pat 
Kenyon, music by J. H. Squire, of 
Great Britain. © Dec. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 31; E for. 1986; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 

2276 

Two tone stomp; by L. Johnson. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2900; Lonnie Johnson, Jack- 
son Heights, L. I., N. Y. 2277 

Two words ; waltz, by Federico Lon- 
gas, of Spain; pf. © Jan. 7, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 9; E pub. 2464; Forster 
music publisher, inc., New York. 

2278 

'Twould be heaven in the haven of 
your arms again ; words by F. L. 
Henington, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 
3254 ; Frederick Lee Henington, New 
York. 2279 

Uncle Joe and his radio; words and 
music by W. M. Creamer; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; 
E unp. 3301: Warren Milton Crea- 
mer, New Haven. 2280 



Under starry skies of old Hawaii; 
words and music by Billy James and 
Irving Mills; pf. ace. with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2674; 
Gotham music service, in(c,, New 
York. 2281 

Under stjarnorna ; av Otto P. Troback, 
of Sweden; pf. © Oct. 15, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1877; A b. 
Nordiska niusikforlaget, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 2282 

Under the cathedral tower ; spiritual 
meditation, by Eilsel Holt; pf. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 
2247; Century music pub. co., New 
York. 2283 

Underneath the silvery moon ; words 
and music by R. Albright. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E unp. 2632; Ray Albright, 
Newark, N. J. 2284 

Unforgetable ; fox trot, lyric by Del- 
bert Lucas, music by Stanley 
Wheeler, of Canada. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 31 ; E for. 1965 ; Tri- 
union publications, Peterboro, Can- 
ada. 2285 

Ungarische rhapsodie no. 2, in B moll ; 
von Paul Wiggert, of Germany, op. 
27 ; fur solo trompete oder cornet in 
B [flat] u. klavier, bearb. von Franz 
Herbst, of Germany. © July 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2069 ; 
Ruble & Wendling, Leipzig. 2286 

United States of love; words and mu- 
sic by I. B. Smith. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1928 ; E unp. 2444 ; Irving B. Smith, 
Oakland, Calif. 2287 

Universal flag of love ; anthem, words 
and music by C. E. Key. © Jan. 
26, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; E pub. 3041; 
Clarence Edgar Key, Louisville. 

2288 

Until He come ; communion hymn, 
quartet or cho., words by George 
Rawson, music by John W. Thomas ; 
mixed voices with organ ace. 4to. 
© Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E pub. 
3129; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 2289 

Up in the air ; breezy operetta in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Geoffrey F. 
Morgan, music by Don C. Wilson. 
Full voc. sc. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 26; D pub. 27437; Henry 
T. FitzSimons, Chicago. 2290 



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Up in the sky with you ; waltz, by 
Charles Tobias and Al. Sherman, 
arr. by Arthur Lange ; orch., with 
words. 4to. © Nov. 9, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2185 ; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc., New York. 2291 

Vagabond (The) lover; words and 
music by Charles Pride, Gene Clapp, 
and Benny Snow [i. e. Gordon H. 
Snow] [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1929 ; E unp. 2911 ; Charles F. Pride, 
Oak Park, 111., E. Eugene Clapp, 
Chicago, and Gordon H. Snow, Oak 
Park, 111. 2292 

Valley (The) of my tears; hymn, 
words and music by L. H. Bachel- 
ler. © Sept. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 20 ; 
E pub. 2613; James D. Vaughan, 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 2293 

Valse brillante ; by Joseph G. Law, op. 
3; pf. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
5, 1929 ; E pub. 2272 ; Boston music 
CO., Boston. 2294 

Valse caprice no. 1 ; by Guido Deiro ; 
accordion. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E pub. 2602; Biagio 
R. Quattrociocche, Steubenville, O. 

2295 

Valse capricieuse ; petit air de ballet, 
by Hugo Felix, scored by Maurice 
Baron ; orch., with pf . conductor and 
violin 1 conductor. New York, Irv- 
ing Berlin standard music corp. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 3; E pub. 
2556; M. Baron, Great Neck, L. I., 
N. Y. 2296 

Valse captive; by G. Bagby; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2805; 
George Bagby, New York. 2297 

Valse de concert ; by Gaston Borch ; 
orch. with pf. conductor. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2283; 
Belwin, inc., New York. 2298 

Valse extase; by R. O. Surer ; pf. © 

Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E 3012 ; 

Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

2299 
Valse fugitive ; by G. Bagby ; pf . © 

1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2806; 

George Bagby, New York. 2300 

Valse gracieuse ; by William Coburn, 
selected, ed., annotated and fingered 
by John M. Williams; pf. © Jan. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; E pub. 2924 ; 
Boston music co., Boston. 2301 

Valse marionette ; by Anna Priscilla 
Risher; violin and pf. © Dec. 14, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2354; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

2302 



Valse melancolique ; by Boris Leven- 
son, op. 64 ; orch., with pf . conduc- 
tor and violin 1 conductor. New 
York, Irving Berlin standard music 
corp. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 3; E pub. 2555; M. Baron, 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 2303 

Valse melancolique ; by Georges Favre, 
of France; pf. © Dec. 31, 1927; 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1928; E for. 1814; Al- 
phonse Leduc et cie., Paris. 2304 

Valse mignonne ; by Hans Harthan ; 
pf. © Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
E pub. 3015; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 2305 

Valse mysterieuse; by J. A. Meale, of 
Great Britain, [organ] © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; E unp. 2872; J. Arthur 
Meale, Hatch End, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. 2306 

Valse Tatjana ; by Oscar Potoker, of 
Poland, domiciled at Los Angeles, 
Calif.; pf. [conductor] 4to. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 
2439 ; Kalmus filmusic edition, New 
York. 2307 

Valses brunettes ; by Paul A. Irby, of 
Great Britain; pf. 1. lone. [1 
other.] © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929; E for. 2217; Wellington 
music pub. co., ltd., London. 2308 

Varfor kan jag inte fa ett svar if ran 
dej? text av Jean Ernst [pseud, of 
Harry Holm], music by Karl Wehle, 
of Sweden; pf. © Oct. 23, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1876; A. b» 
Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 2309 

Varj ram . . . ; tango dal, Nador Jozsef, 
of Hungary, verse es zeneje. © Oct. 
10, 1927; 1 c. Dec. 7, 1928; E for. 
1349 ; Joseph Nador, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 2310 

Varmer Giles's outin' ; humorous west 
country song, written and composed 
by Frederick Chester, of Great Brit- 
ain. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1929; E for. 2341; Reynolds & co., 
London. 2311 

Varsoviana; old dance, arr. by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer ; pf. © Jan. 17, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2870; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 2312 

Vashon we love; words and music by 
Otto L. Bohanan. In The Vashon 
herald, v. 3, no. 2, Oct. 24, 1928. © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 8; E pub. 
2325; Vashon herald, St. Louis. 

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2335 



Vecsei (Desider Josef) Melody; op. 
41. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E imp. 
3282; Desider Josef Vecsei, New 
York. 2314 

Venetian ( The ) moon and you ; words 
and music by H. F. Jackson. © Jan. 
19. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 2888 ; 
Howard Franklin Jackson, St. Louis. 

2315 

Venetian (A) night; serenade, by St. 
John Home, of Great Britain. aiT. 
by Adolf Lotter, of Great Britain; 
orch. pts.. with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; E for. 
2323 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2316 

Veohavto lere-echo ; by S. Secunda. © 
1 c. Dec. 28, 1928; E unp. 2479; 
Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 2317 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Celeste Ai'da ; from 
Aida, solo or duet, arr. by Calvin 
Grooms; pts. for E flat alto, B flat 
ten. and C melody saxophone, with 
pf. ace. © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
4 ; E pub. 2569 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. 2318 

Vers la Siberie . . . ; caravane, par 
Edouard Flament, of France, op. 80, 
no. 1 ; orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 
4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2151; Choudens, Paris. 

2319 

Vi piace ; polka brillante, by Joseph 
Conte, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3251 ; Nicola Iandoli, New York. 

2320 

Via dolorosa ; by L. Kroll ; pf. New 
York City, O. Flaschner music co., 
inc. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; 
E pub. 2816; Louis Kroll. Bronx- 
ville, N. Y. 2321 

Vie (La) joyeuse ; danse-intermezzo, 
by Armand Dumas, of Great Britain ; 
pf . © Jan. 11, 1929 : 1 c. Jan. 14 ; 
E for. 2218; Gary & co., London. 

2322 

Vigil (The) ; by Richard Howgill, of 
Great Britain ; orch. pts., with pf .- 
conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 2318; J. R. La- 
fleur & son, ltd., London. 2323 

Village (The) chapel; by H. P. Hop- 
kins, op. 129 ; organ. © Dec. 14, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 15; E pub. 2364; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

2324 

Village (A) festival; by Frederick A. 
Williams; pf. ©Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. 



Dec. 19; E pub. 2351; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 2325 

Villager's (The) delight; by J. M. 
Knesal ; pf. © Oct. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929 ; E pub. 2779 ; John M. 
Knesal, Petersburg, O. 2326 

Villian [ !] theme; gruesome andante, 
by Erno Rapee, orch. by Walter C. 
Schad ; orch. 4to. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 9 ; E pub. 2453 ; Belwin, inc., 
New York. 2327 

Violetta (La) ; menuet antique, by 
Lucy Nord; pf. © Dec. 17, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 17; E pub. 2682; Louis 
Retter music co., St. Louis. 2328 

Virginia ; selection, music by Jack 
AValler and J. A. Tunbridge, selected, 
and arr. by H. M. Higgs of Great 
Britain ; orch. pts. with 1st violin 
conductor. London, New York and 
Sydney, Chappell & co., ltd. © Dec. 
14, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E for.. 
1990 ; Harms, inc., New York. 2329 

Virginia mammy ; words and music by 
F. W. Vaughan. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 
2570; Fred W. Vaughan, Seattle. 

2330 

Vissza jottem erted [and] Nota a 
szerelemrol ; Nador Joska verse, 
Sandor Jeno, of Hungary, zeneje. © 
Feb. 16, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 4; E for. 
1355; Kalman Nador, Budapest. 
Hungary. 2331 

Viva Celaya ; marcha two step, by 
Isaias Medina Campa, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago ; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 
2719; Ignacio M. Valle, Chicago. 

2332 

Vivaldi (Antonio) Concerto; aus dem 
manuskript hrsg. und bearb. von 
Fritz Kreisler, of Austria, domiciled 
at New York; violine mit streich- 
orchester und orgel ; C dur ; partitur. 
© Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2284 ; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 2333 

Vocal tutor; by Ralph Dunstan, of 
Great Britain ; bar. and bass. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; 
E for. 2216 ; Reid bros., ltd., London. 

2334 

Vocal tutor; by Ralph Dunstan, of 
Great Britain; ten. 4to. © Dec. 
28, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1840 ; Reid bros., ltd., London. 2335 



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Voglein (Der) abendlied ; notturno, 
von Bernard Derksen, of Germany ; 
orch. pts., with pf.-organ direction. 
4to, © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 22 ; 
E for. 2354; D. Ranter, Leipzig. 

2336 

Voglia; by Fr. Kark, of Germany; 
orch. pts., with violin 1 direction 
and pf. direction. 4to. © Dec. 3, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; B for. 2296 ; 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 2337 

Voice (The) in the wilderness; an- 
them, 3 pt. cho., text from Isaiah 40, 
music by John Prindle Scott ; wom- 
en's voices. 4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2971; R. L. 
Huntzinger, inc., New York. 2338 

Voices ; words by M. T. Churchill, mu- 
sic by Julian Caster. © 1 c. Jan. 
7. 1929; E unp. 2622; May Thirza 
Churchill, Buffalo. 2339 

Voices of the valley ; by Heinrich Geb- 
hard; pf. © Dec. 13. 1928; 2 ". 
Jan. 19, 1929; E pub. 2761; E. C. 
Schirmer music co., Boston. 2340 

Volplaning; by Carrie Ward Lyon, 
selected, ed., annotated and fingered 
by John M. Williams ; pf., with pre- 
paratory exercises. © Dec. 24, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 2623; 
Boston music co., Boston. 2341 

Voltal-e majusban becsben (Kennst du 
den frtihling der Wiener) ; dalker- 
ingo, deutsche worte von Albert 
Hetenyi Heidlberg und Josef Nador ; 
Kalmar Tibor, of Hungary, verse 6s 
zeneje. © Dec. 6, 1927; 1 c. Dec. 7, 
1928; E for. 1360; Kalman Nador, 
Budapest, Hungary. 2342 

Von dem zoo bis zu den linden . . . ; 
marschlied, worte u. musik von 
Erich Ziegler, of Germany. © Dec. 
24, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1901 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 2343 

Von Doenhoff (Albert) Valse; pf. © 
Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2847; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 2344 

Von Rurlesheini bis Heidelberg; worte 
von Alfred Grunwald, musik von 
Robert Stolz, of Germany, op. 503. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 25 ; E for. 
2334 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., Ber- 
lin. 2345 

Von Tilzer's (Albert) famous songs of 
the past ; words by Cecil Mack and 
others, music by A. Von Tilzer ; pf. 
ace. with ukulele arr. by May Singhi 
Breen. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. and aff. 



Jan. 3 ; AA 7125 ; Broadway music 
Corp., New York. 2346 

Vor Tietz am Alexanderplatz ; one- 
step, text von Ludwig Lehmann, mu- 
sik von Max Schulz-Berger, of Ger- 
many ; pf. arr. by Otto Lindemann. 
© Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E for. 1912; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 2347 

Vuggevise; af Christian Holmboe. of 
Norway; pf. © Aug. 5. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1929; E for. 2287; Norsk 
musikforlag, Oslo, Norway. 2348 

W. C. T. U. songs; compiled by Na- 
tional W. C. T. U. 12mo. © Nov. • 
8, 1928 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 6 ; A 2376 ; 
National woman's Christian temper- 
ance union, Evanston, 111. 2349 

W, haarew no ; words from the He- 
brew prayer book, music by E. Shni- 
pelisky. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929: E 
unp. 2812; Elias Shnipelisky, New 
York. 2350 

War' ich doch noch ein baby wie 
du. . . . ; langsamer foxtrot aus Die 
ungekiisste Eva, text von Fritz Rot- 
ter u. Otto Stransky, musik von Mar- 
tin Knopf, of Germany, arr. von 
Richard Etlinger, of Germany ; 
orch., with pf. direction. 4to. © 
Aug. 10, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929: E 
for. 2053; Oskar Seifert, Eppenclorf, 
Germany. 2351 

Wagner (Richard) Introduction, 
spinnchor unci ballade; aus Der 
fliegende Hollander, arr. von Leo 
Artok, of Germany ; salon-orch., with 
pf. conductor. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 22; E for. 1797: B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 2352 

■ Love duet and Brangaene's warn- 
ing ; from Tristan and Isolde, tran- 
scribed and provided with explana- 
tory notes by Ralph Leopold ; pf . © 
Dec. 22, 1928 : 2 c. Jan. 10. 1929 : E 
pub. 2512; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 2353 

The ride of the Valkyrs ; arr. by 

Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte 
Mathewson Lockwood ; organ duet. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 3 ; E pub. 
2220; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

2354 

Sunrise and Siegfried's parting 

from Briinnhilde; from Die gotter- 
(liimmerung, transcribed and pro- 
vided with explanatory notes by 
Ralph Leopold ; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 



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2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; E pub. 2513 ; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 2355 

■ Traume; gedicht von Mathilde 

Wesendonck, musik von Richard 
Wagner, arr. von Leopold Weninger, 
of Austria ; orch. pts., with violin 1 
direction. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
22 : E for. 2289 ; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 2356 

Wait till his ship comes home; writ- 
ten and composed by John P. Long, 
of Great Britain ; pf . ace, with ban- 
julele banjo and ukulele arr. by Al- 
vin D. Keech. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Dec. 31. 1928 : 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E for. 2023; B. Feld- 
man & co., London. 2357 

Waiting for you ; words by H. P. Mel- 
vin, music by Sylvester Long Cross. 
© 1 c. Jan. 15. 1929; E unp. 2820; 
Harriet P. Melvin, Portland, Or. 

2358 

Waiting for you ; words by Terry 
Moreschi, music by Banjo-Pete Min- 
etti [i. e. P. Mineti] New York 
City, Frank Harding. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3177; 
Peter Minetti, Torrington, Conn. 

2359 

Wake up dream girl; words by Benee 
Russell, music by Sammy Fain. © 
Jan. 19, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 22; E pub. 
2858 : De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 
inc.. New York. 2360 

Wakening (The) of Flora; operetta 
for schools, written by A. Ella 
Bridger and Wilmot Bridger, music 
by Katie Moss, of Great Britain. 
4to. © Dec. 14. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1929 ; E for. 2188 ; Boosey & co., ltd., 
London. 2361 

Waking at dawn ; by Mathilde Bilbro ; 
pf. with words. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 2162 ; 
Reginald K. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 2362 

Waldlieschen ; von Elise Zernikow, of 
Germany, op. 5. bearb. von Hermann 
Wenzel; pf. © Nov. 5, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; E for. 2252 ; Fr. Por- 
tius, Leipzig. 2363 

Wales; national melodies, arr. by Au- 
brey Winter, of Great Britain ; orch., 
with pf.-conductor. Pts. 4to. 1. 
Land of my fathers. [2 others] © 
Dec. 6, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 21; E for. 
1775; Hawkes & son (London) ltd., 
London. 2364 



Waltz Circe; by Helen Searles-West- 
brook ; organ. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 18; E pub. 3059; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 2365 

Waltz (The) I can't forget; words by 
Gus Kahn, music by Carmen Lom- 
bardo. © Jan. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 4 ; 
E pub. 2263 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 2366 

Waltzing (A) doll; by Bainbridge 
Crist ; pf . © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1929 ; E pub. 2517 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 2367 

Wanderers nachtlied ; text von Johann 
Wolfgang v. Goethe, musik von Ed- 
uard Behm, of Germany, op. 60, 1 ; 
mannerchor a cappella. 4to. © 
Nov. 6. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
for. 2220; Amsel-verlag, Berlin-Sii- 
dene, Germany. 2368 

Wandering home ; fox-trot song, lyric 
by Gus Kahn, music by Jules K. 
Stein. © Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; 
E pub. 3103; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 2369 

Wandering on ; fox-trot, words and mu- 
sic by Sandy Rowan, of Great Brit- 
ain ; in D. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 14, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; E for. 1983 ; Lawrence 
Wright music co., London. 2370 

Wann und wo ; aus der Haller-revue, 
text von Herman Haller, Willi 
Wolff und Rideamus, musik von 
Walter Kollo, of Germany. © Aug. 
24, 1927; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1922; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 2371 

Wann und wo ; fiinf Kollo-schlager aus 
Haller-revue 1927-28, texte von Her- 
man Haller, Rideamus and Willi 
Wolff, musik von Walter Kollo, of 
Germany. 1. Zieh' dich aus. [4 
others] © Jan. 13, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 1885; Rondo-verlag, 
G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2372 

Wann werden wir uns wiederseh'n? 
slow-fox, text von Egon Schubert, 
musik von Erich Ziegler, of Ger- 
many. © Sept. 2, 1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1929; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H, Berlin. 2373 

Warner's novelties for tenor banjo or 
tenor guitar with piano accompani- 
ment ; by R. J. Amenta, Ralph Ro- 
gers, and others, with pf. ace. by 
Fred K. Huffer. 1. Rhythmic. [4 
others. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 12 ; AA 8705 ; Chart music pub. 
house, inc., Chicago. 2374 



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Was it meant to be ; waltz song, words 
by Dale Wimbrow, music by Loyal 
Curtis. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 2655; 
Loyal B. Curtis, New York. 2375 

Was meine mutter sang ; bearb. v. Carl 
Ganschals, of Germany, words by 
various authors ; pf. Band 1, 2. © 
Nov. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E for. 2280; Fr. Portius, Leipzig 

2376 

Wat braucht der Berliner urn glueklich 
zu sein ; text von Werner Hassen- 
stein, musik von Fritz Paul, of Ger- 
many. © Dec. 4, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929 ; E for. 1934 ; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. 2377 

Waterman (The) ; or, The gardener's 
daughter, ballad opera, by Charles 
Dibdin. libretto adapted by S. N. 
Sedgwick, music arr. by E. Mark- 
ham Lee, of Great Britain. Vocal 
sc. Rev. version. 4to. © Dec. 28, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E for. 1778; 
Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., London. 2378 

Wax (The) peach; play, by Alfred 
Julian Talbot, music by Carol Bottle, 
of Great Britain. © Dec. 26, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E for. 2038 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 2379 

Waxwork (The) show; suite, by Hel- 
ler Nicholls, of Great Britain ; pf . 
© Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 19; E for. 
2178; Warren & Phillips, London. 

2380 

We are seven ; seven little songs, verses 
by E. L. Groves, musical settings 1 by 
B. L. Tamblyn, of Canada. Toronto, 
Canada, Warwick bros. & Butter, ltd. 
© Dec. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E 
for. 2016; Edith Lelean Groves and 
Bertha Louise Tamblyn, Toronto. 

2381 

We'll be cutting paper dolls together ; 
words by Raymond B. Egan and Joe 
Goodwin, music by Larry Shay ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 
c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3073; John S. 
Finck, inc., Detroit. 2382 

We love Colorado the best ; words and 
music by Olive Gertrude Reaser. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 3124 ; Ger- 
trude Reaser, Denver. 2383 

We're two boys of knowledge ; words 
and music by Bennie McLaughlin [i. 
e. B. H. McLaughlin] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E unp. 2500 ; Bernard Howard Mc- 
Laughlin, Cambridge, Mass. 2384 



We've met to say goodbye ; words by 
I. E. Carlson, music by Frank L. 
Baker and Clinton E. Mathias. © 1 
c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3315; Iddo 
E. Carlson, Elkhart, Incl. 2385 

We want no buggyrides ; words and 
music by E. Miller. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; 
E unp. 3130; Ernest Miller, Sagi- 
naw, Mich. 2386 

Weary feet; words and music by T. 
Koehler and Jay Mills. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 2636; Ted Koehler, New 
York. 2387 

Weary money blues ; words and music 
by Chippie Hill. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1928; E un- 
pub. 2999; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 2388 

Weary river; lyric by Grant Clarke, 
music by Lou Silvers. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
E unp. 2486 ; Irving Berlin, inc.. New 
York. 2389 

Weary river; words by Grant Clarke, 
music by Louis Silvers. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 25; E pub. 2969; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 2390 

Weather bird ; by Louis Armstrong ; 
1st cornet. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 2460 ; Melrose bros. music co., 
inc., Chicago. 2391 

Wedding bells are breaking up that old 
gang of mine ; lyric by Irving Kahal 
and Willie Raskin, music by Sammy 
Fain, arr. by W. C. Lindemann ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 14, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 15 ; E pub. 2692 ; Waterson, 
Berlin & Snyder co., New York. 

2392 

Wee hands ; words by N. M. Mulford, 
music by Helen M. Johnson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 2521 ; Nellie M. 
Mulford, Kansas City, Mo. 2393 

Wee tot mine ; lullaby, words and 
music by A. F. Fuller. © Jan. 17, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 29; E pub. 3042; 
Arthur Franklin Fuller, Los Angeles. 

2394 

Weihnachten iiberall ; album, 55 
beliebte Weihnachtslieder u. fan- 
tasien fur pf. mit text u. 5 Weih- 
nachtslieder fur pf. zu 4 hiinden, 
bearb. von Georg Bliithner, of Ger- 
many. © Nov. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E for. 2243 ; Fr. Fortius* Leip- 
zig. 2395 



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2414 



Weihnachts album ; 34 beliebte Weih- 
nachtslieder. fur klavier oder har- 
monium mit unterlegtem text, 
gesang ein-oder zweistimmig ad Jib., 
bearb. von Otto Frohlich. of Ger- 
many. © Oct. 12, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929 ; E for. 2052 ; Fr. Portius, Leip- 
zig. 2396 

"Wenn du mich magst, ja, dann sag' 
mir's beim tango ; text und musik 
von Hans H. Zerlett, of Germany, 
klavierarr. von Leo Leux. © June 
11. 1928; 1 c. J?1n. 7. 1929; E for. 
1935; Rondo-verlag. G. m. b. H.. 
Berlin. 2397 

"Wenn in werder wieder die baume 
bliili'n : foxtrot, worte von Ernst 
IVeubach, musik von Hans May. of 
Austria. © Aug. 1. 1928; 1 c. Nov. 
20 ; E for. 1115 ; Wiener boheme-ver- 
lag. Vienna. 2398 

Wer hat denn bloss den hering am 
schlips mir f estgemacht ; one step, 
worte u. musik von Engelbert 
Zasehka. of Germany. © Jan. 16, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1950 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

2399 

Wer hat dich bloss so aufgeklart, mein 
Klarchen? foxtrot-lied, text von 
Theo Halton. musik von Gerard 
Jacobson, of Germany, erleichtertes 
klavier-arr. von Otto Lindemann. 
© Oct. 18, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929; 
E for. 1944; Rondo-verlag. G. m. 
b. H., Berlin. 2400 

Wer ist das grosste pumpgenie? fox- 
trot aus Wann und wo, text von 
Herman Plaller, Rideamus und Willi 
Wolff, musik von Walter Kollo, of 
Germany. © Aug. 31. 1927: 1 c. 
Jan. 7. 1929; E for. 1924; Rondo- 
verlag. G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2401 

W^er so geliebt. wie ich geliebt ; trink 
und stimmungslied. text von Paul 
Fago, musik von Hermann Lustig 
[pseud, of Hermann Krome], of 
Germany. © Jan. 2. 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
25 : E for. 2337 ; Drei masken verlag. 
a. g.. Berlin. 2402 

West winds ; waltz, adapted from 
Poeme by Z. Fibich. by E. V. Martin. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1929; E unp. 3320; Ethel V. 
Martin. Boonton. X. J. 2403 

Western romance; words by R. Wat- 
son, music by Phil Starr. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 



1929; E unp. 2548; Raymond Wat- 
son, Emily, Minn. 2404 

Whaddya thinka that ; song fox-trot, 
words and mnsic by Q. R. Snowden. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24. 1929; E unp. 3070; 
Q. Roscoe Snowden, New York. 

2405 

What a girl ; from Boom-boom, lyric 
by Mann Holiner and J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Werner Janssen. 
© Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 16; E 
pub. 2731 ; Shubert music pub. corp., 
New York. 2406 

What a girl ! What a night ! fox trot, 
words and music by Joe L. Sanders, 
arc*, by Arthur Lange ; ofch. pts., 
with w T ords. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 11 ; E pub. 2726 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. . 2407 

What a' you lookin' for : song sketch, 
by C. Smiley. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; 
D unp. 27441 ; Chas. Smiley, Paris, 
Tex. 2408 

What can a poor guy do? words and 
music by Leon De Costa. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1929 ; E unp. 2503 ; Olive De Costa, 
New York. 2409 

What could I do ; from Boom-boom, 
lyric by Mann Holiner and J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Werner Janssen. 
© Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 16; E 
pub. 2732; Shubert music pub. corp.. 
New York. 2410 

What did the village blacksmith say? 
words by Graham Squiers, music by 
Leonard Henry, of Great Britain ; 
pf., banjulele banjo and ukulele ace. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] © 
Jan. 15, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 18; E for. 
2174 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 2411 

What do you suppose ; from Raggedy 
Ann and Andy, words of verse by 
Margaret Hagar Wulsin, words of 
cho. and music by Mary Landis 
Holden. (In Songs for raggedy 
Ann) © Oct. 1. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; E pub. 2290; Samuel French, 
inc., New York. 2412 

What does he wanna from me? words 
and music by M. DeComo ; pf . © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E unp. 2578 ; Maria 
DeComo, New York. 2413 

What don't the show girls show ; by 
J. R. Pick ; melody with pf. ace. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E unp. 2585; 
Joseph Richard Pick. Chicago. 2414 



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What I need I ain't been gettin' from 
you; words by M. Rosumny and B. 
B. Berman, music by M. Rosumny. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2950; 
Max Rosumny and Bobby Burns 
Berman, Los Angeles. 2415 

What I read in the stars about you ; 
ballad, words by Donald A. Schmidt, 
music by E. Schmidt. Cleveland, 
O., Cooley pub. co. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 19 ; E pub. 2836 ; Elizabeth 
Schmidt. Cleveland. 2416 

What I've done for you ; words by 
Bertha Deegan, music by Tom 
Deegan [i. e. T. J. Deegan, jr.] © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; E unp. 2560; 
Thomas J. Deegan, jr., Brooklyn. 

2417 

What is this spell coming over me; 
words by J. J. Kerin, music by Ray 
Hibbeler. [Photostat] © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1929; E unp. 2549; John James 
Kerin, Waukegan, 111. 2418 

What might have been ; words by R. 
M. Fahnestock. music by Sylvester 
Long Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 
E unp. 2817; Rhoda M. Fahnestock. 
Tacoma. 2419 

What's the use of loving when you 
haven't anyone to love ; words by 
Howard Johnson, music by Robert 
A. King and Ted Fiorito; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. bv A. J. Franchini. 
© Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; E 
2796; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. 2420 

What to do second at the piano ; for 
the youngest players, by Helen L. 
Cramm, op. 42. obi. 8vo. © Dec. 
24, 1928 ; 2 c. and aft'. Jan. 8, 1929 ; 
AA 7036; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

2421 

What would you say, if when we were 
married ; wedding duet and cho. 
from The rose and the ring, words 
by John Arthington, music by 
Christabel Marillier, of Great 
Britain. © Dec. 14, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1929 ; E for. 2193 ; Boosey & co.. 
ltd., London. 2422 

What ? yes, she is mine ; one-step song, 
by W. Moreno, of Mexico, domiciled 
at New York; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 8. 
1929; E unp. 3241; Wenceslao 
Moreno, New York. 2423 

Whatever it is I've got it; from The 
red robe, words by Mann Holiner, 
music by Alberta Nichols; pf. and 
ukulele ace. New York, Harms, inc. 



© Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E 
pub. 2173 ; Shubert theatre corp., 
New York. 2424 

Whatever you do remember that I love 
you ; words and music by E. Altrock 
and George Nelson ; pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; 
E pub. 2992; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 2425 

When ; words and music by Mabel A. 
Mason [i. e. M. M. Gerberich] © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3202; 
Mabel Mason Gerberich, Alhambra, 
Calif. 2426 

When all hope was lost I found you 
Joan ; lyric by Sam Lewis and Joe 
Young, music by Harry Akst. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
music Nov. 27, 1928, 1 c. words Dec. 
20 ; E unp. 1617 ; Remick music corp., 
New York. 2427 

When dreams come true ; words and 
music by E. M. Noe. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2763; Elizabeth M. Noe, 
Springfield, Ky. 2428 

When Ford makes the flivver to fly ; 
words and music by C. Thornewell. 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E unp. 3270 ; 
Charles Thornewell, Sayville, L. I., 
N. Y. 2429 

When God came a-visiting ; carol, 
words by G. Aidan Clarke, music by 
Alec Rowley, of Great Britain. 4to. 
© Dec. 22, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
E for. 2185; Banks & son, York, 
England. 2430 

When I hear those songs of Dixie; 
words by N. M. Mulford, music by 
Helen M. Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1929; E unp. 2522; Nellie Martin 
Mulford, Kansas City, Mo. 2431 

When I know that you don't care; 
words by Beatrice Kelly, music by 
Frank and Pat Baft'a [i. e. Patrick 
Baffa] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 
2858 ; Patrick Baffa, Jersey City. 

2432 

When I look thru' my book of dreams ; 
words by Alfred Bryan, music by 
John Klenner. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2244 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

2433 

When I'm walkin' with my sweetness, 
down among the sugar cane; words 
by Charles Tobias and Sidney Clare, 
music by Peter De Rose. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 24; E pub. 2933; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 2434 



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When I sang the tenor in that old 
quartet in my home town ; by Johnny 
Tucker, Joe Schuster and John Siras, 
arr. by Herbert Deer ; male voices. 
4to. © Jan. 21. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; 
E pub. 2987; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 2435 

When I see myself in your eyes ; words 
by Monty Siegel, music by Johnny 
Tucker. © Jan. 9. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
10: E pub. 2485; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc., New York. 2436 

When I think of you; words and mu- 
sic bv Robert Asnah Arbuckle. © 

1 c. *Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3296; 
Robert A. Arbuckle, Hamilton, On- 
tario, Canada. 2437 

When I walk alone in my garden ; 
words by E. M. Galbraith, music by 
W. R. Hadlock. © Jan. 3, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 8 ; E pub. 2308 ; W. Robert 
Hadlock, Oakland, Calif. 2438 

When Jesus came ; sacred song, words 
by G. A. Studdert-Kennedy, music 
by Leon Abbott Hoffmeister. 1. 
High.— 2. Low. © Jan. 28, 1929; 
2 c. each Jan. 30 ; E pub. 3076 ; R. L. 
Huntzinger, inc., New York. 2439 

When Jesus was born in my soul ; 
words and music by Herbert Buf- 
fum. © Nov. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; 
E pub. 2331 ; Anna Marie Anderson, 
Topeka, Kan. 2440 

When lo, upon a windy morn ; poem 
by Charles G. Blanden, music by 
Granville English ; high in F. © 
Dec. 29. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
pub. 2276 ; Boston music co., Bos- 
ton. 2441 

When the birds come back again ; with 
w r altz cho., words and music by C. 
L. Weeks. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 3213; Charles Lee Weeks, 
Schroon Lake, N. Y. 2442 

When the California poppies bloom 
again ; words and music by M. A. 
Redding. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; E 
unp. 3271; Mary Agnes Redding, 
Pittsburg, Calif. 2443 

When the curtain comes down ; waltz 
ballad, words and music by Al Sher- 
man, Al Lewis and Carl Hoefle. © 
Jan. 17, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; E pub. 
2828 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

2444 

When the girlie you love loves you,; 
from Happy days, lyrics by Walter 
Craig, music by Leo Flanders. © 



Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 2136 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 2445 

When the maple leaves are falling; 
words by M. Roth, music by Phil 
Starr. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3207; 
Mildred Roth, Dracut, Mass. 2446 

When the roses bloom again ; words 
and music by Marvin Smolev. Ber- 
nie Seaman and Irving Mills ; pf . 
ace. with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. 
© Dec. 21, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E pub. 2676 ; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 2447 

When the roses bloom again; words 
by M. Dopke, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 3204 ; Mabelle 
Dopke, North Milwaukee, Wis. 

2448 

When the shadows fall ; words and 
music by G. G. Bacon. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2691 ; George Gilbert Bacon, 
Antigo, Wis. 2449 

When the sun smiles on Erin ; from 
Jack Darrell's kiddie karnival, 
words and music by J, Darrell ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Nov. 5. 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2598 ; Jack Dar- 
rell, New York. 2450 

When the world is at rest ; words by 
Lou Davis, music by Sammy Fain. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; 
E pub. 2245; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc., New York. 2451 

When they saw the star they rejoiced ; 
words and music by Herbert Buf- 
fum. © Nov. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; 
E pub. 2332 ; Anna Marie Anderson, 
Topeka, Kan. 2452 

When you and I were kiddies on the 
farm ; words by M. E. Washenber- 
ger, music by Sylvester Long Cross. 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3260 ; 
Mary E. Washenberger, Meridian, 
Id. 2453 

When you are blue and feeling sad ; 
words by Louis D. Maurer, music by 
A. Marschall of Germany, domiciled 
at New York. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1928 ; 
E unp. 2103 ; Alfred Marschall, New 
York. 2454 

When you return to me ; words and 
music by Louis Drakeford [i. e. L. 
H. Drakeford] of Great Britain; 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3306; 
Lewis Henry Drakeford, London. 

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When you've gone, I know I shall cry ; 
English lyric and arr. by Harry S. 
Pepper, original lyric by Schiffer, 
music by Werner R. Heymann, of 
Great Britain ; pf . ace, with banju- 
lele banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin. 
D. Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; E for. 2024; B. Feld- 
man & co., London. 2456 

When you whistle ; words and music 
by W. W. Penrose. [Words and 
melody only] <g) 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 2764; Walter W. Penrose, 
Hutchinson, Kan. 2457 

When your sweetheart goes back on 
you ; words and music by L. A. Dor- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; E unp. 
3012 ; Lon A. Dorman, Los Angeles. 

2458 

When your sweetheart's gone ; words 
and music by J. A. Muldowney. © 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E unp. 2604 ; John 
Arthur Muldowney, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 2459 

Where ever there's a will, there's a 
way, my baby ; words and music by 
Donald Redman. © Jan. 11, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 15; E pub. 2690; Empire 
music co., New York. 2460 

Where go the boats ; words by Robert 
Louis Stevenson, music by Stanley 
Muschamp ; in D. © Dec. 14. 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 15 ; E pub. 2375 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 2461 

Where is your heart to-night ; words 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Albert 
Gumble; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 24; E pub. 
2931 ; Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 
inc., New York. 2462 

Where the green pine trees grow ; 
words by A. M. Olson, music by Bill 
Barklow. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929^; E 
unp. 2552 ; Annie May Olson, Ro- 
lette, N. D. 2463 

Same. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E 

unp. 2790 ; Annie May Olson, Rolette, 
N. D. 2464 

Where the rainbow never fades ; hymn, 
words by Herbert Buffum, music by 
D. M. Shanks. © Jan. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 17 : E pub. 2805 ; Robert Emmet 
Winsett, Chattanooga. 2465 

Where the Santiam River flows ; words 
and music by P. Zastrow. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1929; E unp. 2769; Paul Zastrow, 
Sweet Home, Or. 2466 



Wherein Ellis Joe ; words and music 
by F. R. Treasure. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1929; E unp. 3052; Frank Raymond 
Treasure, New York. 2467 

Whisper of the pines ; words and music 
by Maude L. Sloan. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; E pub, 2146 ; 
Harold Flammer, inc., New York. 

2468 

Whistling (A) boy; by Bainbridge 
Crist; pf. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2520; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 2469 

Who chased my blues away, nobody 
but you ; words and music by M. 
Scully. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2687; 
Margaret Scully, New York. 2470 

Who did? why, you did; written and 
composed by Fred Holt and Harry 
Castling, of Great Britain ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 17. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929; E for. 2369; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London. 2471 

Who ever dreamed ; words by I. Fred 
Berg and Morty Berk, music by Mar- 
gie Morris. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 29 ; E pub. 3069 ; Al Piantadosi, 
New York. 2472 

Who hath regarded the horse ! words 
by T. Mundy, music by Dawn Allen. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; E unp. 2454; 
Talbot Mundy, New York. 2473 

Who is the man ; words and music by 
Reggie Montgomery [i. e. R. Mont- 
gomery] and G. Ward. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2733 ; Reginald Montgomery 
and George Ward, Pasadena, Calif. 

2474 

Who knows, ah ! who knows, not he ; 
words by Norma Elmore and V. 
Gary, music by V. Gary, melody har- 
monized by Homer Tourjee. Eureka, 
Calif., J. P. Crabill. © Dec. 21,' 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E pub. 2307 ; 
Vie Gary. Eureka, Calif. 2475 

Whoopee; theme song from Whoopee, 
words and music by H. A. Kies. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2688; Horace 
Allen Kies, Platteville. Wis. 2476 

Why ; song fox trot, words and music 
by Slater Wilson, of Great Britain ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Harry 

# J. Stafford. © Nov. 23, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929; E for. 2046; Montgom- 
ery & co., London. 2477 



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Why? words by Jack Carson and Grace 
Gore, music by Don Eastin [i. e. 
Donovan Eastin] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929 : E imp. 3105 ; Grace Elizabeth 
Gore, Milwaukee. 2478 

Why can't I throw a natural with 
cupid ; words and music by S. S. 
Cassard. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; E unp. 3056; 
Samuel Snowden Cassard, Brooklyn. 

2479 

Why did I ever believe in you ; lyrics 
by Larry McCoy, music by Vine 
Bruno [i. e. V. N. Bruno] ; pf. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E unp. 3253; 
Vincent N. Bruno, Philadelphia. 

2480 

Why did I get married ; words by 
Frank Luther, music by C. J. Robi- 
son. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 30. 1929; E unp. 3284; 
Carson J. Robison, New York. 2481 

Why did I tell you? vocal waltz, writ- 
ten and composed by Baden Kendal, 
of Great Britain ; pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Dec. 3. 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 21 ; E for. 
2176; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 2482 

Why did we say goodbye? words by 
R. D. Cain, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
2814; Robert D. Cain, Kelso, Wash. 

2483 

Why did you kiss me last night? ya 
comin' up to-night — huh ; fox-trot, 
words and music by Al Sherman, Al 
Lewis and Abe Lyman, arr. by 
Frank Skinner; orch. pts., with 
words. 4to. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2587 ; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 2484 

Why do you want me now ; words by 
T. Roth, music by Phil Starr. © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1929: E unp. 3332: 
Thomas Roth, Brooklyn. 2485 

Why don't you kiss me ; waltz, by F. 
Falla, arr. by Edw. A. Furey; orch. 
with words. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 11 : E pub. 2558 ; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. 2486 

Why don't you make my dreams come 
true? words by R. I. Minut, music 
by Etta Mae Minut. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2846 ; Robert I. Minut, New- 
ark. N. J. 2487 

Why don't you smile; words by PI. F. 
Ingersoll, music by Gene Daniel [i. 
e. G. L. Daniel] [Photostat] © 



1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E imp. 3033 ; Gen- 
eva L. Daniel, Los Angeles, and 
Helen F. Ingersoll, Des Moines. 

2488 
Why I am lonesome sweetheart ; words 
and music by M. Downs. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929 ; E unp. 3165 ; Meredith Downs, 
Lima, Okl. 2489 

Why is life like this ; lyrics by H. M. 
O'Neill and J. J. Pressly. music by 
H. M. O'Neill and R. A. Reamer. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 14. 1928 ; E unp. 3321 ; H. Mur- 
ray O'Neill and Robert A. Reamer, 
New York. 2490 

Why should we worry about tomor- 
row ; words and music by L. Nicchia. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 18. 1929; E unp. 2919; Lillian 
Nicchia. Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

2491 

Why should you be so mean to me, 
when I'm so good to you? words and 
music by Mac Berger [i. e. M. Ber- 
ger] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E imp. 3081 ; Max- 
well Berger, New York. 2492 

Wie bald ; text von K. E. Knodt, mu- 
sik von Hugo Kaun, of Germany ; 
mannerchor, a cappella. 4to. © 
Nov. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E 
for. 2221 ; Amsel-verlag, Berlin- Sii- 
dende, Germany. 2493 

Wie du kiisst kerne; text von Fredi 
Kirchhoff, musik von Karl Pfarsch- 
ner, of Germany ; pf. arr. von Otto 
Lindemann. © June 6. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 1914; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2494 

Wie kommt denn nur die gnad' ge frau 
dazu ; slow-fox aus Die ungekiisste 
Eva, text von Fritz Rotter u. Otto 
Stransky, musik von Martin Knopf, 
of Germany, spezial-arr. von Nico 
Dostal, of Germany ; orch., with pf . 
direction. 4to. © Aug. 10, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2055 ; Oskar 
Seifert, Eppendorf, Germany. 2495 

Wild hogs in the red brush; square 
dance, by F. Hutchison. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; E unp. 
2897; Frank Hutchison, Big Creek, 
Va. 2496 

Will o' the wisp ; danse humoresque, 
by Dudley Glass, of Australia : pf . 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1929; 
E for. 2042: Murdoch, Murdoch & 
co.. inc. with J. G. Murdoch & co., 
ltd., London. 2497 



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Will-o-wee ; lyric and melody by P. L. 
Geer, harmony and arrangement by 
Arthur Lee Mancebo. [Mimeograph] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929: E unp. 2615; 
Paul L. Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 2498 

Willst du ein Deutsche!" sein ! text von 
Pflanzer-Poor, niusik von Karl 
Knauer, of Germany, klav. arr. von 
Otto Lindemann. © July 3, 1927; 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1931 ; Rondo- 
verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 2499 

Wind's (The) way; words by Cathal 
Canty, music by G. Bagby. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14. 1929: E unp. 2807; George 
Bagby, New York. 2500 

"Winning aces ; march, by S. E. Bang- 
hart ; pf. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
unp. 2532 ; Sarah Elizabeth Bang- 
hart, New York. 2501 

Wipin' the pan ; lyric by Willard Robi- 
son, music by Nathaniel Shilkret and 
Abel Baer, arr. by Frank Skinner ; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 23 ; E pub. 2981 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 2502 

Wir fliistern ; schlager-potpourri, zu- 
sammengestellt von Nico Dostal, of 
Germany ; pf . with words. © Sept. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 3; E for. 2353; 
Alrobi musikverlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 2503 

Wir sind sch western ; foxtrot, aus 
Gruss an alle, text von Richard 
Rillo und Hans H. Zerlett, musik von 
Leo Leux, of Germany. © Oct. 10, 
1927 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; E for. 1888 ; 
Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Berlin. 

2504 

Wishing ; encore song, words by Steph- 
en Maley. music by Florence Turner- 
Maley ; high voice. © Dec. 28, 1928 : 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E pub. 2405; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 2505 

Wistfulness ; by Helen Dallam, selec- 
ted, ed., annotated and fingered by 
John M. Williams; pf. © Dec. 24, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2621 ; Bos- 
ton music co., Boston. 2506 

Witches; by Ella Ketterer ; pf. © 
Dec. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; E 2359 ; 
Theodore Pressor co., Philadelphia. 

2507 

With a mother's prayer you soared 
high ; words by S. Graves-Grange, 
music by Robert Van Sickle. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 



Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2786; Sigrid 
Graves-Grange, Sherman, S. D. 2508 

With a note of sadness ; by Mortimer 
Wilson, op. 86, no. 7; pf. © Jan. 
2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 2254; 
Century music pub. co., New York. 

2509 

With you; words and music by Irving 
Berlin. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3328; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 2510 

With you and a dreamy melody : words 
and music by P. J. Sarantis. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 2595; Peter J. 
Sarantis, New York. 2511 

With you in the harbor of love ; words 
and music by Johnny Tucker, John 
McLaughlin and Joe Schuster; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 2425 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 2512 

Wo ist die ananas . . . ? text u. 
musik von Rolf Roeder. of Germany. 
© Oct. 19, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 7 ; E for. 
1898; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin. 2513 

Wohlfahrt (Franz) Sixty studies for 
the violin ; op. 45, ed. by Crosby Mol- 
lenhauer. bk. 1. © Dec. 20, 1928; 
2 c. and aff. Dec. 21; AA 6943; Es- 
tate of Hamilton S. Gordon, New 
York. 2514 

Wohlfahrt foundation studies ; by 
Franz Wohlfahrt, selected, ed. and 
arr. in progressive order by K. H. 
Aiqouni ; violin, bk. 1. 60 1st posi- 
tion studies. © Nov. 16, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929; E pub. 2516; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 2515 

Woman hater's song ; words and music 
by A. L. Ohnhaus: pf. © 1 c. Jan. 
28. 1929 ; E unp. 3225 ; Alfred Lester 
Ohnhaus, New York. 2516 

Wonder who — will it be you ; words 
and music by Bob Schafer, Jack Le 
Soir and Ray Doll. © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2677: 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 2517 

Wonderful love ; hymn, words and mu- 
sic by E. M. Cornelius. © Nov. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; E pub. 2967 ; 
Edward Moses Cornelius, Kokomo, 
Ind. 2518 

Wond'ring what you'll do; words and 
music by Bob Lee. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; E unp. 3083; Polk C. Brock- 
man, Atlanta. 2519 



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Won't you coine back, old sweetheart ; 
words and music by W. W. Miller. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; E unp. 3336 ; William 
Wesley Miller, Englewood, N. J. 

2520 

Won't you love me again; waltz, 
words by M. T. Brevard, music by 
Ray Hibbeler. §lc. Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3223 ; Mary T. Brevard, Long 
Beach, Calif. 2521 

Woodland idyl; polka, arr. by Karl 
Echtner : orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 10, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 21; E pub. 2801; 
Vitak-Elsnic co., Chicago. 2522 

Woodland (A) serenade; by Thomas 
A. Johnson, of Great Britain ; pf . 
London, Rowland's. © Dec. 21. 1928 ; 

1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; E for. 1805 ; Solo- 
mon Rowland, London. 2523 

Woodland vignettes; album of songs, 
words by Rowena Bastin Bennett, 
music by Berenice Benson Bentley. 
4to. Around a toadstool table. [4 
others] © Jan. 7. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; 
E pub. 2465 ; Clayton F. Summy co- 
Chicago. 2524 

Worcester (The) march; by H. E. 
Brewer ; band pts. 4to. © Jan. 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E pub. 2822 ; Sal- 
vation army, inc., New York. 2525 

Wotta' life; fox-trot by Ted Nixon; 
*mall dance orch. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; E pub. 2928 ; Den- 
ton & Ha skins music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 2526 

Would you : by Chris Smith [i. e. 
Christopher Smith]. [Melody only] 
© 1 c. July 26, 1928; E x 698144; 
Henry Troy. Marguerite H. Gale and 
Chris ropher Smith. New York. 2527 

Wrap me in a Spanish shawl ; words 
by J. Brockman. music by J. Brock- 
man and Gus Edwards. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; 
E unp. 3318 ; James Brockman. Los 
Angeles. 2528 

Wreck (The) at Trout's Spur; words 
by F. Demeo, music by Robert Van 
Sickle. [Words and melody onlv] 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 2780: 
Fred Demeo, Providence, R. I. 2529 

Wreck of the N & W cannon ball ; 
words by Cleburne C. Meeks, music 
by Betsy White. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; 



E unp. 2835 ; Vernon Dalhart, New- 
York. 2530 

Writing drills and theory work for the 
young piano student and for ele- 
mentary theory classes ; by Elizabeth 
Fyffe. bk. 1, elementary grade. — bk. 

2, 1st grade.— bk. 3, 2nd grade. © 
Nov. 20, 1928; 2 c. each. Jan. 10, 
1929; E pub. 2527—2529; Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York. 2531-2533 

Wrong woman blues ; words and music 
by L. Johnson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 
2901 ; Lonnie Johnson, Jackson 
Heights, L. I.. N. Y. 2534 

Wu es flist di shtile waser ; words and 
music by L. Feingold. [Words and 
melody only] [Yiddish and Hebrew 
vext] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 
2931 : Lipa Feingold, Brooklyn. 

2535 

Wunder-cello (Das) ; von Willem En- 
gel, of Germany ; violoncello u. pf . 
Heft. 4. © Dec. 3, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
29; E for. 1765; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 2536 

Wunderschone frau tanz' diesen tango 
mit mir ; text von Fritz Rotter, mu- 
sik von Franz Grothe. of Germany. 
© Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 25 ; E for. 
2333 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., Ber- 
lin. 2537 

Wurzeltop ; humorous yokel song, writ- 
ten by E. A. Searson. composed by 
Harold Arp thorp, of Great Britain. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations.] 
© Dec. 28. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; 
E for. 2201 : Reynolds & co., London. 

2538 

Wynken, Blynken, and Nod ; words by 
Eugene Field, music by F. F. Beale ; 
treble voices in 3 pts. 4to. © Dec. 

3. 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1929; E pub. 
2695; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

2539 
Y. C. L. march song ; words by Joseph 
Mills Hanson, music by Richard E. 
Broughton. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2301; Young 
citizens league of Pierre, S. D.. 
Pierre, S. D. 2540 

Ye that have faith ; words anon., music 
by B. C. Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1929; E unp. 3079; Bertha Curtis 
Johnson, Washington. 2541 

Yellow rose; words and music by C. 
Lee. © Jan. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; 
E pub. 2892; Charles Lee, Camden, 
N. J. 2542 



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Yes, do not monkey with the buzz-saw ; 
words and music by John J. 
Schneider, with extra verses, pf. and 
ukulele arr. by Marvin Smolev. © 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 2 ; E pub. 
2164; Songtex music co., Philadel- 
phia. 2543 

Yoo hoo goodlooking ! words by S. 
Kindy, music by H. A. Hummel. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1929 ; B imp. 3134 ; Stanley 
Kindy, Cleveland. 2544 

You ; lyric and melody by P. L. Geer, 
harmony and arrangement by Arthur 
Lee Mancebo. [Mimeograph] © 

1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 2616 ; Paul 
L. Geer, Berkeley, Calif. 2545 

You ; words by Jean Leleu, music by 
C. L. Ost ; in E. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
3212 ; Charles Leslie Ost, Amityville. 
N. Y. 2546 

You are the angel I dreamed ; fox-trot 
song, by W. Moreno, of Mexico, 
domiciled at New York ; pf . © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 3239 ; Wenceslao 
Moreno, New York. 2547 

You are there, little Jesus ; unison or 
4 pt. cho., words by Henry J. 
Erbacher, music by a Sister of the 
Visitation [i. e. M. L. Browne] 
South Tacoma, Washington, Sisters 
of the Visitation. © Dec. 1, 1928: 

2 c. Dec. 10 ; E pub. 2591 ; Mary L. 
Browne, South Tacoma, Wash. 

2548 

You can raise potatoes ; words and 
music by A. Marquis. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; E unp. 3139; Alexander 
Marquis, Rochester, N. Y. 2549 

You don't have to rub, rub, rub, on the 
wash-board any more ; novelty fox- 
trot, words and music by G. R. 
Wilson, arr. by Eugene Platzman. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; E unp. 2975; George 
Robert Wilson, New York. 2550 

You forget ; written and composed by 
Fred Holt, of Great Britain ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 17, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929; E for. 2308; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London. 2551 

You hurt my feelings; words and 
music by H. Natban. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 
p] unp. 2489; Henry Natban. San 
Francisco. 2552 



You may be living, or you may be dead 
Christmas day ; words and music by 
J. M. Gates. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
2680 ; P. C. Brockman, Atlanta. 

2553 

You, my melody of love ; words and 
music by Victor Schertzinger. © 
Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; E pub. 
2583 ; Harms, inc., New York. 2554 

You orta learn that thing; West 
Indian whoopee, words and music 
by Walt Merrick [i. e. W. E. Mer- 
rickl, of Great Britain, domiciled at 
Washington. © 1 c. Jan. 24. 1929; 
E unp. 3069 ; Walter Ernest Merrick, 
Washington. 2555 

You're bananas crazy ; words and 
music by Al. Frazzini [i. e. Amicus 
Frazzini] [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E unp. 2696; 
Amicus Frazzini, Boston. 2556 

You're in my heart, but never in my 
arms ; fox-trot ballad, with harmon- 
ised refrain, words by Al. Bryan, 
music by Horatio Nicholls, of Great 
Britain; pf. ace, with banjulele 
banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin D. 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 22, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
27; E for. 1770; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 2557 

You're just another memory ; words 
by Lou Davis and Raymond Klages, 
music by J. Fred Coots. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1929: E unp. 2914; Spier & Coslow, 
inc., New York. 2558 

You're on a wild goose chase ; words 
by Raymond Klages, music by Jesse 
Greer. [Words and melody only! 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; E unp. 2883; 
Remick music corp., New York. 

2559 

You're still my baby ; fox trot song, 
words and music by A. W. Drill. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929 ; E imp. 2698 ; A. Ward Drill. 
Woodstock. 111. 2560 

You're the one and only one ; words by 
Bob Schafer, music by Anthony 
Wayne and Irving Mills; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Dee. 21, 1928 ; 2 e. Jan. 14, 1929 : E 
pub. 2675 ; Gotham music service 1 , 
inc., New York. 2561 



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You're the one I love clear ; words and 
music by G. Ryan. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3080 ; Gorden Ryan, Chicago. 

2502 

You should see my neighbor's 
daughter ; words by Charles Tobias 
and Al Levey, music by Albert 
Gumble ; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Jan. 11. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; E pub. 
2547 ; Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 
inc., New York. 2563 

You wandered away ; words and music 
by J. A. Braden. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1929 ; E unp. 2706 ; James A. Braden, 
Kansas City, Mo. 2564 

You wouldn't fool me, would you; 
from Follow thru, words and music 
by B. G. De Sylva [pseud, of George 
Gard De Sylva], Lew Brown and 
Ray Henderson ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Joseph M. Weiss. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 
2070 ; De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 
inc., New York. 2565 

Your blue Irish eyes ; lyrics by Lee 
Duskin, music by N. Lee. [Chords, 
single staff] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 2809 ; Norman Lee, Chicago. 

2566 

Your disposition is mine ; from Hello 
daddy, words by Dorothy Fields, 
music by Jimmy McHugh : pf . and 
ukulele ace. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 29; E pub. 2177; Mills music, 
inc. and Harms, inc., New York. 

2567 

Your[ !] just pretending; words and 
music by G. L. Long. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; 

* E unp. 2996; Glynn Lea Long, New 
Orleans. 2568 

Your shining eyes and golden hair; 
from The rose and the ring, first 
verse from Bullens Elizabethan love 
lyrics, second verse by Clifford Bax, 
music by Christabel Marillier, of 
Great Britain. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929; E for. 2191; Boosey 
& co., ltd., London. 2569 

You'r[ !] smile; words and music by 
A. Fernwood. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E unp. 2527; 
Albert Fernwood, New York. 2570 

Youth triumphant : by Robert W. Gibb, 
arr. by R. E. Hildreth. 1. Band.— 2. 
Orch. © Nov. 8, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 4 ; E 2267, 2268 ; Walter Jacobs, 
inc., Boston. 2571,2572 



Zampognara (La) ; tarantella cala- 
brese, by F. Umbriaco. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E unp. 
2635; Frank Umbriaco, New York. 

2573 

Zanzibar ; words by T. Mundy, music 
by Dawn Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2455; Talbot Mundy, New 
York. 2574 

Zouave ; waltz song, words and melody 
by E. Neville Buck, arr. by Albert 
E. Bray, of Canada. © Dec. 28, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 31; E for. 1964; 
Premier music publishers, Montreal, 
Canada. 2575 

Zum Christfest ; fantasie, von Karl 
Hoyer, of Germany, op. 38 ; pf . © 
Nov. 5, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; E 
for. 2249 ; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 2576 

Zur maienzeit; musik und text von 
S. M. Fink. Milwaukee, Wis., Wm. 
A. Kami music co. (In Zwei lieder.) 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 12 ; E pub. 
2823 ; Selma Marr Fink, Milwaukee. 

2577 

Zwei auglein blau ; salonstiick, von 
Hermann Wenzel, op. 28, bearb. von 
Martin Wenzel, both of Germany ; pf . 
© Nov. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; 
E for. 2250; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 

2578 

Zwei dunkle augen ; tango aus der 
revue, Bei uns um die gedachtnis- 
kirche rum, text and musik von 
Friedrich Hollaender, of Germany ; 
pf. arr. by Otto Lindemann. © Jan. 
30, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; E for. 
1900 ; Rondo-verlag, G. m. b. H., Ber- 
lin. 2579 

Zwei frohe herzen ; polka, von P. 
Miiller; 1 st B flat cornet. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1929; E unp. 2933; Peter 
Miiller, Philadelphia. 2580 

l ep concertstiick ; pour violoncelle avec 
ace. de pf. ou d' orch., par Louis 
Delune, of France ; violoncello and 
pf. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; E for. 2095; Henri Gregh et 
fils, Paris. 2581 

l ere esquisse cannoise ; L' esterel au 
soleil levant, version speciale pour 
orch. restreint, par Ernest Guillou, 
of France; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2141 ; Henry Le- 
moine et cie., Paris. 2582 



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l er quatuor ; pour 2 violons, alto et 
violoncelle, par Ermend Bonnal, of 
France. 12mo. © Nov. 20', 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; E for. 2100; Er- 
mend Bonnal, Bayonne, France. 

2583 

19- ik Nador album ; 1926 tartalomjegy- 
zeke 1927, verse Anyos Laci, Szilagyi 
Laszl6, [and others] zenejet Anyos 
Laci, Buday Denes and others, all 
of Hungary, no. 1-44. © Oct. 29, 
1926 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1928 ; E for. 1351 ; 
Kalman Nador, Budapest, Hungary. 

2584 

20- lk Nador album ; 1927 tartalomjegy- 
zeke 1928, verse Farkas Imre, Szi- 
lagyi L&szlo, [and others] zengjet 
Bizet Gyorgy, Farkas Imre, and 
others, all of Hungary, no. 1-42. © 
Oct. 10', 1927; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1928; E 
for. 1352; Kalman Nador, Budapest, 
Hungary. 2585 



21-* k Nador album ; 1928 tartalomjegy- 
zeke 1929, verse Szilagyi Laszl6, 
Harsanyi Zsolt, [and others], zenejet 
Zerkovitz Bela, Markus AlfrM, and 
others, all of Hungary, no. 1-44. © 
Oct. 20, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 4; E for. 
1353 ; Kalman Nador, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 2586 

24 concert etudes ; no. 24, by Aurelio 
Giorni; pf. in D min. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E pub. 2413 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc.. New York. 2587 

147th field artillery ; march, by Karl 
L. King ; band. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 5; E pub. 2298; Karl L. 
King music house, Fort Dodge, la. 

2588 

1000 jahre voller liebe mocht ich leben 
mit der Ursula; text von Robert 
Gilbert, musik von G. P. Erven, of 
Germany; pf. arr. by Otto Linde- 
mann. © Oct. 9, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1929; E for. 1949; Rondo-verlag, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. 2589 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1929 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 8 unpublished) 23 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 874 unpublished) 2,566 



Total 2,589 



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LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT 
OF MARCH 4, 1909 [2589 



'A frangesa ; by P. M. Costa, arr. by 
L. P. Laurendeau ; band. © Rose 
Laurendeau, Montreal, Quebec, Can- 
ada, as the widow of the author of 
the arrangement. R 1360, Aug. 20, 
192S. 1 

A Phidyle ; no. 9 des etudes latines sur 
des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, niu- 
sique de R. Hahn ; basse et choeur. 
© Reynaldo Hahn, Paris, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1009, Sept. 6, 

1927. 2 

A vous, ombre legere ; poesie de 
Joachim du Bellay, musique d' E. V. 
Moret. © Ernest Victor Moret, 
Paris, as the author of the music. 
R 1048, Sept. 6, 1927. 3 

Air de ballet ; by C. Borelli, arr. by G. 
Saenger; violin and pf. © Gustav 
Saenger, New York, as the author of 
the arrangement. R 1372, Aug. 24, 

1928. 4 

Amorette ; poeme romantique, par C. 
W. Krogmann, op. 52, no. 2 : pf . © 
Carrie W. Krogmann, Marblehead, 
Mass., as the author. R 949, Oct. 
17, 1928. 5 

Ano (Un) de estudios; ejercicios y vo- 
calizaciones con teoria sacados del 
tratado la voz y el canto ; por J. 
Faure ; edicion para ten. o sop. © 
Jean Adolphe Joseph Raphael Louis 
Faure et Pierre Maurice Jean Bap- 
tiste Ferdinand Charles Faure, 
Paris, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 1101, 
June 12, 1928. 6 

Antoinette; words by R. Carle, music 
by Alfred E. Aarons. © Richard 
Carle, Hollywood. Calif., as the au- 
thor of the words. R 908, Nov. 28, 
1928. 7 

Astarte; grand opera en 4 actes, 
poeme de Louis de Gramont, mu- 
sique de Xavier Leroux ; partition 
pf. et chant. © Gaston Xavier Le- 
roux, Salbris, France, as the child 
of the deceased author of the music. 
E 984, Dec. 30, 1927. 8 



Astarte ; opera en quatre actes et cinq 
tableaux, poeme de Louis de Gra- 
mont, musique de Xavier Leroux; 
chant et pf. © Gaston Xavier Le- 
roux, Salbris, France, as the child 
of the deceased author of the music. 
R 1084, June 12, 1928. 9 

Au bord de 1' eau ; poesie de Sully 
Prudhomme, musique de Theodore 
Dubois. © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author of the music. R 990, Dec. 
30, 1927. 10 

Aubade militaire ; par Theodore Lack, 
op. 197; pf. © Berthe Tissier, 
Paris, as the widow of the author. 
R 1137, Mar. 8, 1928. 11 

Ave Maria ; par C. M. Widor ; sop. et 
contralto, avec ace. de pf. ou d'- 
harpe et d'orgue. © Ch. M. Widor, 
Paris, as the author of the music. 
R 1113, June 12, 1928. 12 

Awake ! put on thy strength ; anthem, 
music by C. B. McAfee. © Cleland 
B. McAfee. Chicago, as the author 
of the music. R 1149, Dec. 13, 1928. 

13 

Balfe (Michael William) Bohemian 
girl ; overture, arr. by L. P. Lauren- 
deau ; band. © Rose Laurendeau, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1358, Aug. 20, 1928. 14 

Bapteme (Le) d' Yvonnette; scene 
pastorale, par Paul Wachs; pf. © 
Blanche Marie Pauline Simone Le- 
marchand, Saint Mande, France, as 
the widow of the author. R 972, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 15 

Barcarolle; par L. Delaf osse ; pf. © 
Leon Delafosse, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 1056, Sept. 6, 1927. 16 

Basses et chants; clonnes aux exam- 
ens et concours des classes d'har- 
monie et d'accompagnement, recueil- 
lis par Constant Pierre. Annees 
1827-1900. © Blanche Constant 
Pierre, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1050, Sept. 6, 
1927. 17 



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Beautiful (The) Galatea; overture, 
by F. v. Suppe, arr. by L. P. Lauren- 
deau ; band. © Rose Laurendeau, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as the 
widow of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1359, Aug. 20, 1928.' 

18 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Fidelio ; 
fantasia, arr. by T. M. Tobani ; 
band. © Theo. Moses Tobani, 
Jackson, N. Y., as the author of the 
arrangement. R 1286, Dec. 29, 1928. 

19 

Before the mast; medley march, by 
L. P. Laurendeau ; orch. © Rose 
Laurendeau, Montreal, Quebec, Can- 
ada, as the widow of the author. 
R 1370, Aug. 24, 1928. 20 

Behold the days come ; by P. A. Otis. 
© Philo A. Otis, Chicago, as the 
author. R 1274, Dec. 28. 1928. 21 

Belle (La) au bois dormant; opera 
comique en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, 
paroles de A. Vanloo et G. Duval, 
musique de Charles Lecocq. © Al- 
fred Bloch, Paris, as the executor of 
the author of the music. R 1064, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 22 

Belle (La) France; overture on popu- 
lar French melodies, arr. by L. P. 
Laurendeau ; orch. © Rose Lauren- 
deau, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as 
the widow of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1362, Aug. 20, 1928. 

23 

Bend low, O dusky night ; vocal solo, 
music by E. R. Kroeger. op. 48, no. 
2. © Ernest R. Kroeger, St. Louis, 
as the author of the music. R 895. 
Dec. 7, 1928. 24 

Bible songs ; by a committee of the 
church. © United Presbyterian 
board of publication, Pittsburgh, as 
the proprietor of composite work. R 
1245, Dec. 6, 1928. 25 

Bizet (Georges) L'aurore ; transcrip- 
tion par Ernest Alder ; pf . a 4 mains. 
© Marie Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, 
France, as the executor of the au- 
thor of the transcription. R 1027. 
Sept. 6, 1927. 26 

La bohemienne ; transcription par 

Ernest Alder; pf. a 4 mains. © 
Marie Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, 
France, as the executor of the au- 
thor of the transcription. R 1029, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 27 

Les confidences ; transcription par 

Ernest Alder ; pf., a. 4 mains. © 
Marie Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, 



France, as the executor of the au- 
thor of the transcription. R 1031, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 28 

Le depart; transcription par Ern- 
est Alder ; pf . a 4 mains. © Marie 
Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, France, 
as the executor of the author of the 
transcription. R 1028, Sept. 6, 1927. 

29 

Le retour ; transcription par Ern- 
est Alder ; pf. a 4 mains, © Marie 
Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, France, 
as the executor of the author of the 
transcription. R 1032, Sept. 6, 1927. 

30 

Les reves ; transcription par Ern- 
est Alder; pf., 4 mains, © Marie 
Berthe Richelet, Malakoff, France, 
as the executor of the author of the 
transcription. R 1030, Sept. 6, 1927. 

31 

Bohm ( C. ) Intermezzo ; arr. by L. P. 
Laurendeau ; band. © Rose Lauren- 
deau, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as 
the widow of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1378, Aug. 24, 1928. 

32 

Bon jour Parrain ; esquisse, par Marius 
Carman ; pf . © Eugenie Stephanie 
Tissot, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 1063, Sept. 6, 1927. 33 

Bonsoir Collin ; paysannerie, par Paul 
Wachs ; pf. © Blanche Marie Paul- 
ine Simone Lemarchand, Saint Man- 
de, France, as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 1062, Sept. 6, 1927. 34 

Bourree ; from suite in G min., by A. 
Weldig, op. 21 ; violin and pf . © 
Adolf Weidig, Hinsdale, 111., as the 
author. R 1272, Dec. 28, 1928. 35 

Brunette ; extraite de recueil imprime 
en 1703, par Christophe Ballard, har- 
monises par A. Perilhou ; chant et 
pf. © Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author of the arrange- 
ment of the music. R 1082, June 12. 
1928. 36 

Bull (Georges) Vingt petits preludes ; 
pour les petit es mains, dans les tons 
maj. et min. les plus usites, par G. 
Bull. op. 178. © Georges Bull, Lyon. 
France, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor who is not living. R 1038, Sept. 
6, 1927. 37 

C'est un oiseau du bois sauvage ; par 
Augusta Holmes. © Helyonne Gene- 
vieve Mendes, epouse Henri Bar- 
busse, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1034, Sept. 6, 1927. 

38 



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Calm on the listening ear ; Christmas 
song, by F. L. Eyer, op. 29, no. 1; 
mixed Voices. © Frank L. Eyer. 
Montreat, N. C, as the author. R 
1242, July 21, 1928. 39 

Capitaine (Le) Therese ; opera com- 
ique en 3 actes de Alexandre Bisson, 
musique de Robert Planquette ; par- 
tition chant et pf. © Marie Alexan- 
drine Griveaud. Paris, et Jeanne Es- 
telle Sailer, veuve de Jean Etienne 
Henri Renart, Paris, as the execu- 
tors of the author of the music. R 
1095, June 12, 1928. 40 

Carillon ; de Louis Lacombe ; pf . © 
Marie Retzer, Speyer, Germany, as 
the executor of the author. R HOT, 
June 12, 1928. 41 

Carnaval de Princesse d' Auberge; 
opera flamand. de Jan Blockx, tran- 
scription de I. Philipp ; 2 pfs., 4 
mains. © Isidore Philipp, Paris, as 
the author of the transcription. R 
970. Dec. 30. 1927. 42 

Cats (The) quartette; from King 
Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, music 
by Gustav Luders. sop. 1, 2, alto and 
ten. © Gustav Chase, Brooklyn, as 
the next of kin of the author of the 
music, who is not living. R 1166, 
Dec. 15. 1928. 43 

Ce que disent les cloches ; poesie de 
Jean de la Vingtrie, musique de J. E. 
F. Massenet : voix de femme. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1139, Mar. 
8, 1928. 44 

Chanson d' avril ; par Paul Wachs ; pf. 
© Blanche Marie Pauline Simone Le- 
marchand, Sainte Mande, France, as 
the widow of the author. R 964, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 45 

Chanson de Guillot-Martin ; paroles de 
Clement Marot, harmonise par A. 
Perilhou; chant et pf. © Albert 
Perilhou. Tain, Drome, France, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1077, June 12, 1928. 46 

Chant cVamour ; poesie de Lamartine, 
musique de Max d'Ollone. © Maxi- 
milien Paul Marie Felix d'Ollone, 
Paris, as the author. R 1017, Sept. 
6, 1927. 47 

Chant (Le) de la caille ; valse pittor- 
esque, par Paul Wachs; pf. © 
Blanche Marie Pauline Simone Le- 
marchand, Mande, France, as the 
widow of the author. R 1081, June 
12, 1928. 48 



Chaperons (The) ; musical comedy in 
three acts, book and lyrics by Fred- 
eric Ranken, music by I. Witmark. 
Vocal so. © Isidore Witmark, 
Woodmere. L. I., N. Y., as the author 
of the music. R 1163, Dec. 6, 1928. 

49 

Charlotte Corday ; drame musical en 
trois actes, un prologue et 5 tableaux, 
poeme de Armand Silvestre, musique 
de Alexandre Georges ; chant et pf ~ 
© Alexandre Georges, Paris, as the 
author of the music. R 1089, June 
12, 1928. 5Q 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Polonaise 
militaire ; arr. by T. M. Tobani ; orch. 
© Theo. Moses Tobani, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., as the author of the 
arrangement. R 1290, Dec. 29. 1928. 

51 

Choral et variations ; pour harpe et 
orch., partition d' orch., reduction 
pour harpe et pf., par C. M. Widor, 
op. 74. © Ch. M. Widor, Paris, as 
the author. R 1091, June 12, 1928. 

52 

Ciel (Le) est gris; poesie de Georges 
Rodenbach, musique de Ernest 
Moret. © Ernest Moret, Paris, as 
the author of the music. R 1118, 
June 12, 1928. 53 

Cinderella's waltz; music and title 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. 
Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham, Mass.. as the author. R 
1381, Nov. 3, 1928. . 54 

Cinquantaine (La) ; air in olden style, 
by Gabriel-Marie, arr. by G. Saenger, 
op. 98, no. 11 ; 1st and 2d violins and 
pf. © Gustav Saenger, New York, 
as the author of the arrangement. 
R 1365, Aug. 20, 1928. 55 

Claim thou thy own ; from King Dodo, 
lyrics by Frank Pixley, music by 
Gustav Luders. © Gustav Chase, 
Brooklyn, as the next of kin of the 
author of the music, who is not liv- 
ing. R 1164, Dec. 15, 1928. 56 

Come out Dinah on the green ; darkey 
serenade, words by J. W. Johnson 
and Bob Cole, music by Rosamond 
Johnson [i. e. J. R. Johnson] © 
James Weldon Johnson, New York, 
as the author of the words, and J. 
Rosamond Johnson, New York, as 
the author of the music. R 1341. 
Dec. 28, 1928. 57 

Coming (The) of Christ; by John 
Farmer; orchestral pts. © Henry 
Farmer, London, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 1407, June 29, 
1928. 58 



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2589 (59) 



pt. in, n. s.. v. 24 



Cottiplainte cle St. Nicolas ; tradition 
populaire, harmonisee par A. J. 
Perilliou. © Albert Jacques Peril- 
hou, Tain, France, as the author. R 
1042, Sept. 6, 1927. 59 

Concertstiick ; pour pf. et orch., reduc- 
tion par Raoul Pugno ; 2 pfs. © 
Marie Fischer, Paris, as the widow 
of the author. R 967, Dec. 30, 1927. 

60 

Cricket (The) ; song, tone poem with 
words, by C. W. Krogmann, op. 55, 
no. 4. © Carrie W. Krogmann, Mar- 
blehead, Mass., as the author. R 
953, Oct. 17, 1928. 61 

Danse galicienne; mazurka, par Theo- 
dore Lack, op. 202; pf. © Berthe 
Tissier, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 987, Dec. 30, 1927. 62 

Danse rustique ; par L. Vierne ; pf . © 
Louis Vierne, Paris, as the author. 
R 1037, Dec. 8, 1927. 63 

Daybreak ; part song, words by Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow, music by W. 
A. Fisher ; men's voices. © William 
Arms Fisher, Boston, as the author 
of the music. R 894. Dec. 7, 1928. 

64 

Dear old pipe ; words by R. M. Skin- 
ner, music by F. Rycroft. © Fred 
Rycroft, New York, as the author of 
the music. R 905, Nov. 24, 1928. 65 

Delafosse (Leon) Fantaisie; pour pf. 
et orch., reduite pour deux pfs. © 
Leon Delafosse, Paris, as the author. 
R 1033, Sept. 6, 1927. 66 

Sonate ; violon et pf . © Leon 

Delafosse, Paris, as the author. R 
1045, Sept. 6, 1927. 67 

Deuxieme valse ; par H. Lutz ; pf . © 
Henri Lutz. Paris, as the author. R 
1024, Sept. 6. 1927. 68 

Dolly Varden ; comic opera, in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by Stanislaus 
Stange, music by Julian Edwards ; 
voc. sc. © Philippine Edwards, New 
York, as the widow of the author of 
the music. R 1185, Dec. 6, 1928. 69 

Dolly Varden ; march, by Julian 
Edwards, arr. by Karl L. Hoschna ; 
pf. © Hettie Hoschna, Patchogue, 
L. I., N. Y., as the widow of the 
author of the arrangement. R 1156, 
Dec. 18, 1928. 70 

Dolly Varden ; selection from the 
musical comedy, by Julian Edwards, 
arr. by Karl L. Hoschna ; pf. © 
Hettie Hoschna, Patchogue, L. I., 



N. Y., as the widow of the author of 
the arrangement. R 1187, Dec. 6, 
1928. 71 

Dolly Varden ; selection from the 
musical comedy, by Julian Edwards, 
arr. by Otto Langey ; orch. © 
Lizzie Langey, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1186, Dec. 6. 1928. 72 

Dolly Varden; vocal gems from the 
comic opera in two acts, book and 
lyrics by Stanislaus Stange, music 
by Julian Edwards. © Philippine 
Edwards, New York, as the widow 
of the author of the music. R 1155, 
Dec. 18, 1928. 73 

Donizetti ( Gaetano ) Mighty Jehova : 
anthem, arr. by T. M. Tobani ; orch. 
© Theo. M. Tobani, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y., as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1392, Sept. 15, 1928. 74 

Douce gaite; par Paul Wachs ; pf. © 
Blanche Marie Pauline Simone 
Lemarchand, Paris, as the widow of 
the author. R 1141, Mar. 8, 1928. 75 

Down the stream ; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. 
Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham, Mass., as the author. R 
1387, Nov. 3, 1928. 76 

Dream (A) that never comes true; 
from The sleeping beauty and the 
beast, words by J. Cheever Goodwin, 
music by Frederic Solomon. © Ida 
Goodwin, New York, as the widow 
of the author of the words. R 1153, 
Dec. 18, 1928. 77 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; 
pt.-song, music by Louis R. Dressier, 
arr. by F. J. Smith ; men's voices. © 
Minnie Smith, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the arrange- 
ment of the music. R 1140, Oct. 11, 
1928. 78 

Dubois (Theodore) Deux pieces en 

forme canonique ; hautbois, violon- 

celle et pf. © Charles Antoine 

Dubois, Paris, as the child of the 

deceased author. R 1073, Sept. 6, 

1927. 79 

Sonate ; violon et pf. © Charles 

Antoine Duboise, Paris, as the child 
of the deceased author. R 1066, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 80 

Ebony echoes; by G. Edwards; pf. © 
Gus Edwards, New York, as the 
author. R 904, Nov. 24, 1928. 81 



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Elevation ; par G. Debat-Ponsan ; 
grand orgue. © G. Debat-Ponsan. 
Toulouse, France, as the author. R 
1013, Sept. 6. 1927. 82 

Emerald (The) Isle; comic opera, 
written by Basil Hood, composed by 
Arthur Sullivan and E. German. 
Vocal sc. © Edward German, Lon- 
don, as the author of the music, and 
Herbert Sullivan. London, as the 
next of kin of Arthur Sullivan. R 
1127, Nov. 10, 1928. S3 

Eminent (The) Doctor Fizz: from 
King Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, 
music by Gustav Luders. © Gustav 
Chase, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of che author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1167, Dec. 15, 1928. 81 

En ehemin de fer : esquisse, par Marius 
Carman ; pf. © Eugenie Stephanie 
Tissot. Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 1065, Sept. 6, 1927. 85 

Enfantillage ; poesie de Sully Prud- 
homme, musique de Theodore Du- 
bois. © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author of the music. R 991, Dec. 
30, 1927. 86 

Escainilla ; habanera, by Ernesto 
Redla, arr. by T. M. Tobani ; orch. 
© Theo. Moses Tobani. Jackson 
Heights. X. Y.. as the author of the 
arrangement. R 1292, Dec. 29, 1928. 

87 

Eternel (L") cantique ; poesie de Lu- 
cien Boyer, musique de Esteban 
Marti. © Marie Julie Adrienne 
Crochet, Paris, as the wudow of the 
author of the music. R 1052, Sept. 
6, 1927. 88 

Etoile (L') au coeur ; poesie de Sully 
Prudhomme, musique de Theodore 
Dubois. • © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author of the music. R 989, Dec. 
30, 1927. 89 

Etude en fa dieze ; par L. Delafosse ; 
pf. © Leon Delafosse, Paris, as the 
author. R 1055, Sept. 6. 1927. 90 

Exercices journaliers ; par E. Tem- 
poral ; violon. © Jean Temporal, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 962, Dec. 30, 1927. 91 

Fantaisie-menuet ; par Theodore Lack, 
op. 198; pf. © Berthe Tissier, 
Paris, as the widow of the author. 
R 955, Dec. 30, 1927. 92 



Far from my heavenly home ; words 
by Henry F. Lyte, music by A. Frey. 
© Adolf Frey, Syracuse, N. Y., as 
the author of the music. R 892, 
Dec. 7, 1928. 93 

Father, hear us ; response, words and 
music by A. Geibel. © Adam Gei- 
bel, Philadelphia, as the author. R 
1147, Dec. 13, 1928. 94 

Faust ; ballet-pantomime en quatre 
tableaux, tire par Gardel-Herve, du 
Petit Faust de H. Cremieux et A. 
Jaime, musique de Herve, reduction 
par E. Domergue ; chant et pf. © 
E. Domergue, Brussels, Belgium, as 
the author. R 1104, June 12, 1928. 

95 

Fiance (Le) de Thylda ; operette- 
bouffe en 3 actes et 6 tableaux, pa- 
roles de V. de Cottens et R. Charvay, 
musique de Louis Varney. © 
Claire Marie de Biarrot, Paris, as 
the widow of the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1061, Sept. 6, 1927. 96 

Fleur d'avril ; bluette par Paul Wachs ; 
pf. © Blanche Marie Pauline Si- 
mone Lemarchand, Saint Maude, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 1025, Sept. 6, 1927. 97 

For love I live alone; from King 
Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, mu- 
sic by Gustav Luders. © Gustav 
Chase, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1176, Dec. 15, 1928. 

98 

Foret (La) enchantee ; legende sym- 
phonique d' apres une ballade d' 
Uhland, musique de Vincent D' 
Indy, reduction par Ernest Alder ; 
pf., 4 mains. © Marie Berthe 
Richelet, Malakoff, France, as the 
executor of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 973, Dec. 30, 1927. 99 

Fort Frayne march ; by O. R. Farrar ; 
band. © Sarah G. Farrar, Long- 
Beach, Calif., as the widow of the 
author. R 1280, Dec. 29, 1928. 100 

Foxy Quiller ; waltzes, by Reginald De 
Koven, arr. by Charles J. Roberts 
[pseud, of C. Kraushaar] ; military 
band. © Charles Kraushaar, Larch- 
mont, N. Y., as the author of the 
arrangement. R 909, Nov. 28, 1928. 

101 

Froehliche armuth ; music by P. 
Klengel ; male quartet. © Paul 
Klengel, Leipzig, as the author of 
the music. R 1284, Dec. 29, 1928. 

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Gai (Le) touriste; piece caracteris- 
tique, par Theodore Lack, op. 199 ; 
pf. © Berthe Tissier, Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 958, Dec. 
30, 1927. 103 

Gavotte rustique; par Victor Dol- 
metsch, op. 132 ; pf. © Victorine 
Valentine Penisson, Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 956, Dec. 
30, 1927. 104 

Gems (The) I prize; from King Dodo, 
lyrics hy Frank Pixley, music by 
Gustav Luders. © Gustav Chase, 
Brooklyn, as the next of kin of the 
author of the music, who is not liv- 
ing. R 1171, Dec. 15, 1928. 105 

German liederkranz no. 2 ; potpourri, 
by T. M. Tobani; orch. © Theo. 
Moses Tobani, Jackson Heights, N. 
Y., as the author. R 1291, Dec. 29, 
1928. 106 

Girl (The) you love; from Dolly Var- 
den, lyric by Stanislaus Stange, mu- 
sic by Julian Edwards. © Philip- 
pine Edwards, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1180, Dec. 6, 1928. 107 

God's rest ; words by Kathleen Rhodes, 
music by Noel Johnson; high voice. 
© Rose Noel-Johnson, London, as 
the widow of the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1125, Nov. 10, 1928. 108 

Good night; waltz song, by C. W. 
Krogmann, op. 55, no. 5. © Carrie 
W. Krogmann, Marblehead, Mass., 
as the author. R 954, Oct. 18, 1928. 

109 

Good (The) Shepherd; music by G. C. 
Stebbins. © Geo. C. Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author of the music. 
R 1404, Sept. 7, 1928. 110 

Gute stunde ; music by P. Klengel ; 
male quartet. © Paul Klengel, 
Leipzig, as the author of the music. 
R 1285, Dec. 29, 1928. Ill 

Hail, all hail ; Easter carol, words by 
Harriet D. Castle, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the music. 
R 1144, Dec. 14, 1928. 112 

Happy when we eat ; from The chape- 
rons, lyric by Frederic Ranken, 
music by I. Witmark. © Isidore 
Witmark, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y., as 
the author of the music. R 1159, 
Dec. 6, 1928. 113 

He shall cover thee ; music by C. A. 
Miles. (In New songs of the gospel 



no. 1) © C. Austin Miles, Phila- 
delphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1396, Oct. 29, 1928. 114 

Heure (L') d' azur; par Augusta 
Holmes. © Helyonne Genevieve 
Mendes, epouse Henri Barbusse, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 980, Dec. 30, 1927. 115 

Heure (L') d' or; par Augusta Holmes. 
© Helyonne Genevieve Mendes, 
epouse Henri Barbusse, Paris, as the 
child of the deceased author. R 978, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 116 

Heure (L') de pourpre; par Augusta 
Holmes. © Helyonne Genevieve 
Mendes, epouse Henri Barbusse, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 979, Dec. 30, 1927. 117 

Heure (L') rose; par Augusta Holmes. 
© Helyonne Genevieve Mendes, 
epouse Henri Barbusse, Paris, as the 
child of the deceased author. R 977, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 118 

Ho, ho, ho for the sea ; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. 
Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham, Mass.. as the author. R 
1388, Nov. 3, 1928. 119 

Holy quietness ; hymn, words by G. M. 
Hall, music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 
© Lizzie Kirkpatrick, Germantown, 
Pa., as the widow of the author of 
the music. R 1231, Dec. 21, 1928. 

120 

Homeland (The) ; words by H. R. 
Haweis, music by E. W. Hanscom ; 
in F. © Frank Blair Hanscom, Los 
Angeles. Eliza Hanscom Record, and 
Mary Hanscom Eveleth, Jersey City, 
as the next of kin of the author of 
the music who is not living. R 1243, 
July 21, 1928. 121 

How beauteous on the mountains; 
sacred song, by W. Spry. © Walter 
Spry, Chicago, as the author. R 

22 



1273, Dec. 28, 1928. 



122 



Hiie ( Georges ) Nocturne ; pour flute 
et orch.; reduction pour flute et pf. 
© Georges Hiie, Paris, as the author. 
R 1110, June 12, 1928, 123 

Hungarian dance ; by R. Kieserling ; 
orch. © Richard Kieserling, Cincin- 
nati, as the author. R 1224, Dec. 8, 
1928. 124 

I am redeemed; music by C. A. Miles. 
(In New songs of the gospel no. 1) 
© C. Austin Miles, Philadelphia, as 



the author of the music 
Oct. 29, 1928. 



R 1395, 
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I am the Resurrection and the Life ; 
Easter anthem, composed by C. Sim- 
per; mixed voices, organ ace. © 
Caleb Simper, Barnstaple, England, 
as the author of the music. R 940, 
Nov. 12. 1928. 126 

I heard the voice of Jesus say ; words 
by Horatius Bonar. music by J. H. 
Rogers. © James H. Rogers, Cleve- 
land, as the author of the music. 
R S96, Dec. 7, 192S. 127 

I left ma heart in Dixie; words by 
Harry B. Marshall, music by W. 
Loraine. © AVilliain Loraine, Brook- 
lyn, as the author of the music. R 
1226, Dec. 15, 1928. 128 

I'll do or die: from King Dodo, lyrics 
by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav 
Luders. © Gustav Chase, Brooklyn, 
as the next of kin of the author of 
the music, who is not living. R 
1174, Dec. 15, 1928. 129 

I'll shut my eyes and think it's you; 
duet, from King Dodo, lyrics by 
Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Lu- 
ders. © Gustav Chase, Brooklyn, 
as the next of kin of the author of 
the music, who is not living. R 
1170, Dec. 15, 1928. 130 

I think it must be love ; words by 'Gene 
Jefferson [pseud, of Raymond A. 
Browne], music by Leo Friedman. 
© Fredricka F. Lowenthal, Chicago, 
as the next of kin of the author of 
the music, who is not living. R 901, 
Nov. 24, 1928. 131 

In the blood; music by C. A. Miles. 
(In New songs of the gospel no. 1) 
© C. Austin Miles, Philadelphia, as 
the author of the music. R 1397, 
Oct. 29, 1928. 132 

In the country; music and title verses 
by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. 
Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham, Mass.. as the author. R 
1382, Nov. 3, 1928. 133 

In Thee abiding; hymn anthem, theme 
from Sigesmund Tholberg, music arr. 
and composed by E. L. Ashford. © 
Emma L. Ashford, Nashville, as the 
author of the music. R 1146, Dec. 
13, 1928. 134 

Interlude; impression de neige, par E. 
Moret ; pf . © Ernest Moret, Paris, 
as the author. R 1121, June 12, 
1928. 135 

Intermede symphonique de Notre Dame 
de la mer ; poeme legendaire, de 
Theodore Dubois ; partition (Torch. 



© Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the author. R 1099, 
June 12, 1928. 136 

Ischia ; barcarolle, poesie de Lamar- 
tine. musique de A. Perilhou ; sop. 
© Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author of the music. 
R 1122, June 12, 1928. 137 

Italian romance; by C. Bohm, arr. by 
L. P. Laurendeau ; band. © Rose 
Laurendeau, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada, as the widow of the author 
of the arrangement. R 1377, Aug. 
24, 1928. 138 

Jesus hail ! enthroned in glory ; hymn 
anthem, music by L. O. Emerson. © 
Mabel H. Emerson, Arlington, Mass., 
as the child of the deceased author 
of the music. R 1148, Dec. 13, 1928. 

139 

Jolly (A) old potentate; from King 
Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley. music 
by Gustav Luders. © Gustav 
Chase, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1177, Dec. 15, 1928. 

140 

Joyful summertide; by C. Schumann, 
op. 17, no. 1-3, arr. by G. Saenger, 
3 violins and pf . © Gustav Saenger, 
New York, as the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1374-1376, Aug. 24, 
1928. 141-143 

Just a chain of daisies; words by 
Arthur J. Lamb, music by John R. 
Hubbell [i. e. Raymond Hubbell] © 
Raymond Hubbell, New York, as the 
author of the music. R 902, Nov. 24, 
1928. 144 

Just a gentle touch ; from The 
chaperons, lyric by Frederic Ranken, 
music by I. Witmark. © Isidore 
Witmark, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y., 
as the author of the music. R 1162, 
Dec. 6, 1928. 145 

Karadec; suite concertante de Vin- 
cent d'Indy, transcrite par Ernest 
Alder ; pf ., 4 mains. © Marie Berthe 
Richelet, Malakoff, France, as the 
executor of the author. R 1040, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 146 

Kermesse de Milenka ; ballet, de Jan 
Blockx, transcription par I. Philipp; 
2 pfs., 4 mains. © Isidore Philipp, 
Paris, as the author of the transcrip- 
tion. R 969, Dec. 30. 1927. 147 



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Kettemis (Aloys) Marche ; arr. by G. 
Saenger; 3 violins and pf. © 
Gustav Saenger, New York, as the 
author of the arrangement. R 1369, 
Aug. 24, 1928. 148 

King Dodo ; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by Frank Pixley, 
music by Gustav Luders. Vocal sc. 
© Edward Konig, Breslau, Germany, 
and Gustav Chase. Brooklyn, as the 
next of kin of the author of the 
music, who is not living. R 906, 
Nov. 28, 1928. 149 

King Dodo ; selection from the musical 
comedy, by Gustav Luders, arr. by 
H. Anderson ; pf . © Hilding 
Anderson, Bayside, L. I., N. Y., as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1175, Dec. 15, 1928. 150 

Kingdom (The) everlasting; sacred 
song, words and music by J. Jordan. 
© Julian Jordan, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 
as the author. R 1340, Dec. 28, 1928. 

151 

Kitty ; from The sleeping beauty and 
the beast, words by J. Cheever 
Goodwin, music by Frederic Solo- 
mon. © Ida Goodwin, New York, 
as the widow of the author of the 
words. R 1157, Dec. 18, 1929. 152 

Knight errant overture ; by W. Bendix ; 
orch. © Wm. Bendix, Arlington, 
Mo., as the author. R 1220, Dec. 8, 
1928. 153 

Konorah march ; two-step, by Edward 
Hazel [pseud, of W. H. Scouton] 
1. Band.— 2. Orch. © Wm. H. 
Scouton, Fremont. O.. as the author. 
R 1219, 1221, Dec. 8, 1928. 154, 155 

Lament (A) ; words by H. L. Rogers, 
music by Frank Lambert. © Alice 
Lambert, Burwash, Sussex, England, 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1129, Nov. 10, 1928. 156 

Lay (The) of the jay ; from Dolly Var- 
den, lyric by Stanislaus Stange. mu- 
sic by Julian Edwards. © Philip- 
pine Edwards, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1181, Dec. 6, 1928. 157 

Legende bourguignonne ; par L. Vier- 
ne; pf. © Louis Vierne, Paris, as 
the author. R 1036, Dec. 8, 1927. 

158 

Little (The) Dutch queen; two-step, 

by Andrew J. Boex ; pf . © Louise 

Boex. Cincinnati, as the widow of 

the author. R 891, Dec. 8, 1928. 

159 



Little (The) sister; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. 
M. Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cut- 
ter, Dedham, Mass., as the author. 
R 1389, Nov. 3, 1928. 160 

Little toy soldiers ; music and title 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. 
M. Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cut- 
ter, Dedham, Mass., as the author. 
R 1390, Nov. 3, 1928. 161 

Livre d'orgue ; pieces simples compo- 
sees specialement pour le service or- 
dinaire, par A. J. Perilhou. 2. liv- 
raison. © Albert Jacques Perilhou, 
Tain, France, as the author. R 1001, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 162 

Long Tom ; march, by L. P. Lauren- 
deau ; band. © Rose Laurendeau, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as the 
widow of the author. R 1367, Aug. 
24, 1928. 163 

Look in the book and see ; from King 
Dodo, words by Frank Pixley, music 
by Gustav Luders. © Gustav Chase, 
Brooklyn, as the next of kin of the 
author of the music, who is not liv- 
ing. R 1173, Dec. 15, 1928.' 164 

Louise; Roman musical en 4 actes et 
5 tableaux, paroles et musique de G. 
Charpentier ; partition orch. © Gus- 
tave Charpentier, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 1076, June 12, 1928. 165 

Louise; Roman musical, par G. Char- 
pentier ; chant seul. Ed. populaire. 
© Gustave Charpentier, Paris, as 
the author. R 1102, June 12, 1928. 

166 

Love in a palace is better; from The 
chaperons, lyric by Frederic Ranken, 
music by I. Witmark. © Isidore 
Witmark, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y., as 
the author of the music. R 1160, 
Dec. 6, 1928. 167 

Love me, sweetheart, in sweet song; 
from Miss Simplicity, words by R. 
A. Barnet, music by H. L. Heartz. 
© Robert A. Barnet, New York, as 
the author of the words. R 903, 
Nov. 24, 1928. 168 

Lyde ; no. 5 des etudes latines sur des 
poesies de Leconte de Lisle, musique 
de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo Hahn, 
Paris, as the author of the music. R 
1005, Sept. 6, 1927. 169 

Lydie ; des etudes latines sur des 
poesies de Leconte de Lisle, musique 
de R. Hahn ; ten. solo et chceur. © 
Reynaldo Hahn, Paris, as the author 
of the music. R 1039, Sept. 6, 1927. 

170 



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MacDowell (Edward Alexander) The 
bluebell ; idyl, after Goethe, com- 
posed by E. MacDowell, op. 28, no. 
6: pf. Rev. and augmented ed. © 
Marian MacDowell. Peterborough, 
X. H.. as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1331, Dec. 19, 1928. 

171 

Flute idyl : after Goethe, composed 

by E. MacDowell, op. 28, no. 5; pf. 
Rev. and augmented ed. © Marian 
MacDowell, Peterborough, N. H., as 
the widow of the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1330, Dec. 19, 1928. 172 

From a fisherman's hut ; poem 

after Heine, composed by E. Mac- 
Dowell, op. 31. no. 1. © Marian 
MacDowell, Peterborough, N. H., as 
the widow of the author. R 1294, 
Dec. 26, 1928. 173 

From long ago ; poem after Heine, 

composed by E. MacDowell, op. 31, 
no. 3. © Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough. N. H.. as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1296, Dec. 
26. 1928. 174 

In the woods ; idyl, after Goethe, 

composed by E. MacDowell, op. 28, 
no. 1 ; pf . Rev. and augmented ed. 
© Marian MacDowell, Peterborough, 
N. H.. as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1326, Dec. 19, 1928. 

175 

Monologue ; poem after Heine, 

composed by E. MacDowell, op. 31, 
no. 6. © Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough. N. H.. as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1299, Dec. 
26. 1928. 176 

The post waggon ; poem after 

Heine, composed by E. MacDowell. 
op. 31. no. 4. © Marian MacDowell, 
Peterborough. N. H.. as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 1297. 
Dec. 26. 1928. 177 

Scotch poem ; after Heine, com- 
posed by E. MacDowell. op. 31, no. 2. 
© Marian MacDowell, Peterborough, 
X. H.. as the widow of the author. 
R 1295. Dec. 26. 1928. 178 

■ The shepherd boy ; poem after 

Heine, composed by E. MacDowell, 
op. 31, no. 5. © Marian MacDowell. 
Peterborough, X. H.. as the wddow 
of the author of the music. R 1298. 
Dec. 26, 1928. 179 

Siesta ; idyl, after Goethe, com- 
posed by E. MacDowell, op. 28, no. 
2; pf. Rev. and augmented ed. © 
Marian MacDowell, Peterborough. 



X. H., as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1327, Dec. 19. 1928. 

180 

Silver clouds; idyl, after Goethe, 

composed by E. MacDowell, op. 28, 
no. 4 ; pf . Rev. and augmented ed. 
© Marian MacDowell, Peterborough, 
X. H.. as the widow of tbe author 
of the music. R 1329, Dec. 19, 1928. 

181 

To the moonlight ; idyl, after 

Goethe, composed by E. MacDowell, 
op. 28, no. 3 ; pf. Rev. and aug- 
' mented ed. © Marian MacDowell, 
Peterborough, X. H., as the widow 
of the author of the music. R 1328, 
Dec. 19, 1928. 182 

Mademoiselle George; operette en 3 
actes de Victor de Cottens et Pierre 
Veber, musique de L. Varney ; par- 
tition chant et pf. © Henriette Ha- 
brekorn nee Hirsch, Paris, as execu- 
tor of the author of the music. R 
1408, Mar. 8, 1928. 183 

M elle portez arme ; operette en 3 actes, 
paroles de Albert Barre, Ed. Martin 
et Henry Berhard, musique de An- 
toine Anatole Banes ; partition chant 
et pf. © Jeanne Suzanne Marie 
Bertrand, Xeuilly, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1111, June 12, 1928. 184 

Madrigale ; by A. Simonetti, arr. by G. 
Saenger ; violin and pf . © Gustav 
Saenger, Xew York, as the author 
of the arrangement. R 1373, Aug. 
24, 1928. 185 

Maid Marian ; comic opera in three 
acts, libretto by Harry B. Smith, 
music by Reginald De Koven. Vo- 
cal sc. © Anna De Koven, Xew 
York, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1154, Dec. 18, 1928. 

186 

Maiden (The) with the dreamy eyes; 
words by J. W. Johnson, music by 
Bob Cole. © James Weldon John- 
son, Xew York, as the author of the 
words. R 1343, Dec. 28, 1928. 187 

Maidie, come be my lady ; from A 
trip to Buffalo, words by Harry B. 
Marshall, music by W. Loraine. © 
William Loraine, Brooklyn, as the 
author of the music. R 1184, Dec. 
6, 1928. 188 

Marche nuptiale; par H. Eymieu, 
transcrite par C. Tournemire ; orgue. 
© Charles Tournemire, Paris, as 
the author of the transcription. R 
961. Dec. 30, 1927. 189 



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Marcbe religioso no. 1 ; by W. P. 
Chambers, arr. by G. Saenger; pf. 
© Gustav Saenger, New York, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1371, Aug. 24, 1928. 190 

Margoton ; chanson a danser du 15eme 
siecle, harmonisee par A. J. Perilhou. 
© Albert Jacques Perilhou, Tain, 
France, as the author. R 1071, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 191 

Marseillaise (La) ; oeuvre lyrique en 
un acte, paroles de Georges Boyer, 
musique de Lucien Lambert [i. e. 
Charles Lucien Lambert] ; partition* 
chant et pf. © Franchise Pierrette 
Louise Genevieve Emilie Poncet, 
Paris, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1043, Sept. 6, 1927. 

192 

Massa's in the cold, cold, ground ; air 
and variations, arr. by Frank Hoyt 
Losey ; orch. © F. H. Losey, Erie, 
Pa., as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1363, Aug. 20, 1928. 193 

Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Amoureux appel ; poesie de Georges 
de Dub or, musique de J. Massenet ; 
sop. © Louise Constance de Gressy, 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 998, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 194 

• Amours benis ; pf . et violon. © 

Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1023, Sept. 6, 1927. 195 

Au tres aime ; paroles d' apres 

Caroline Duer, musique de J. Mas- 
senet. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 996, Dec. 30, 1927. 196 

Avril est amoureux ; poesie de 

Jacques d' Halmont, musique de J. 
Massenet ; mezzo-sop. or bar. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 994, Dec. 
30, 1927. 197 

Brumaire ; ouverture pour le 

drame d'Edouard Noel. Partition 
d'orch. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author. R 1044, Sept. 
6, 1927. 198 

Les erinnyes ; tragedie antique en 

2 actes, paroles de Leconte de Lisle, 
musique de J. E. F. Massenet ; par- 
tition chant et pf. © Louise Con- 
stance de Gressy, Versailles, France, 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1138, Mar. 8, 1928. 199 



— Marche des princesses de Cen- 
drillon; transcrite par I. Philipp ; 2 
pfs. © Isidore Philipp, Paris, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1072, Sept. 6, 1927. 200 

— Mon page; poesie de Maurice de 
Theus, musique de J. Massenet; 
sop. © Louise Constance de Gressy. 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 999, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 201 

— On dit; inelodie, sonnet de Jean 
Roux, musique de Jules Massenet. 
1. Ed. B, avec ace. de pf.— 2. Ed. A, 
avec ace. de pf. et violoncelle oblige. 
© Louise Constance de Gressy veuve 
de Jules Emile Frederic Massenet, 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 1085. 
1086, June 12, 1928. 202,203 

Phedre ; musique de scene ; parti- 
tion d'orch. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author. R 1105, June 
12, 1928. 204 

Phedre ; ouverture ; pf . © Louise 

Constance de Gressy, Versailles, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 971, Dec. 30, 1927. 205 

— Phedre ; tragedie de Racine, ouver- 
ture, entr'actes et musique de scene 
par J. Massenet ; partition pour pf . 
seul. © Louise Constance de Gres- 
sy, Versailles, France, as the widow 
of the author. R 983. Dec. 30. 1927. 

206 

La riviere ; poesie de Camille 

Bruno, musique de J. Massenet ; sop. 
© Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 997, Dec. 30. 
1927. 207 

Rondel de la belle au bois : poesie 

de Julien Gruaz, musique de J. E. F. 
Massenet. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 968, Dec. 30, 1927. 208 

Simple phrase ; transcription de 

la melodie On dit. 1. Ed. A. pour 
violoncelle et pf. — 2. Ed. B. pour pf. 
© Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1087, 1088, June 12, 1928. 

209. 210 

Soeur d' election ; poesie d' Emile 

Trolliet, musique de J. Massenet. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 995, Dec. 30, 
1927. 211 



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— La terre promise : oratorio en 
trois parties, d'apres La Vulgate. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1054, Sept. 
6, 1927. 212 

— La terre promise ; oratorio en 3 
parties ; orch. © Louise Constance 
de Gressy, Versailles. France, as the 
widow of the author. R 966, Dec. 



30, 192 



213 



Meditation ; par Frederic- Auguste Bi- 
net ; violon. avec ace. d'orgue ou de 
pf. © Marie Dupalet, Fontaine- 
hleau. France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1098, June 12, 1928. 214 

Meditation ; par Theodore Dubois : vio- 
lon et hautbois, avec ace. d'orgue. © 
Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the deceased author. R 
1068, Sept. 6, 1927. 215 

Menagerie song: from The little duch- 
ess, book by Harry B. Smith, music 
by Reginald De Koven. © Anna De 
Koven. New York, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 910, 
Nov. 28. 1928. 216 

Menuet ; de Louis Lacombe ; pf. © 
Marie Retzer, Speyer, Germany, as 
the executor of the author. R 1108, 
June 12. 1928. 217 

Menuet rococo ; par Theodore Lack, op. 
196. © Berthe Tissier, Paris, as the 
widow of the author, R 975, Dec. 
30. 1927. 218 

Messe solennelle ; en ut dieze mineur ; 
choeur a. 4 voix mixtes et deux 
orgues, par L. Vierne, op. 16. © 
Louis Vierne, Paris, as the author. 
R 1135, Mar. 8, 1928. 219 

Mimosa ; caprice, by Alberto Hinian, 
arr. by L. P. Laurendeau; orch. © 
Rose Laurendeau, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada, as the widow of the author 
of the arrangement. R 1357. Aug. 
20, 192S. 220 

Miss Bob White; pastoral comedy op- 
era in 3 acts, words and music by 
W. Spenser. Vocal sc. © Willard 
Spenser, Wayne, Pa., as the author. 
R 884. Dec. 12, 1928. 221 

Miss Clementina ; words by R. Carle, 
music by Alfred E. Aarons. © Rich- 
ard Carle, Hollywood, Calif., as the 
author of the words. R 907, Nov. 
28, 192S. 222 

Mon reve; poesie de Paul Verlaine, 
musique de Max d'Ollone. © Maxi- 



milien Paul Marie Felix d'Ollone, 
Paris, as the author of the music. 
R 1018, Sept. 6, 1927. 223 

Monte-Cristo ; celebre valse Tzigane, 
by Istvan Kotlar. arr. by L. P. Lau- 
rendeau ; band. © Rose Lauren- 
deau, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as 
the widow of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1368, Aug. 24, 1928. 

224 

Moret (Ernest) Nocturne; poesie de 
Jean Lahor, musique de E. Moret. 
© Ernest Moret, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 1119, June 12, 1928. 225 

Mount (The) of prayer; music by C. 

A. Miles. (In New songs of the gos- 
pel no. 1) © C. Austin Miles, Phila- 
delphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1394. Oct. 29, 1928. 226 

Muffs ; or, The husband's mistake, 
character quartette, written and 
composed by Frederic Jerome 
[pseud, of J. S. Fearis] ; mixed 
voices. © John S. Fearis, Chicago, 
as the author. R 927, Sept. 27, 1928. 

227 

My college chum ; waltz, arr. by T. M. 
Tobani ; orch. © Theo. Moses To- 
bani, Jackson Heights, N. Y., as the 
author. R 1283, Dec. 29, 1928. 228 

My love's a butterfly ; words by Kath- 
leen Rhodes, music by Noel John- 
son ; high voice. © Rose Noel-John- 
son. London, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1126, Nov. 
10, 1928. 229 

My old Kentucky home ; arr. by Fred- 
eric W. Root ; male voices. © 
Fanny Smith Root, Chicago, as the 
widow of the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1267, Dec. 28, 1928. 230 

My own wild western rose; song, by 

B. C. Costen and A. B. Sterling. © 
Bartley Costello Costen and Andrew 
B. Sterling, New York, as the au- 
thors. R 1228, Dec. 4, 1928. 231 

My Sambo ; from The chaperons, lyric 
by Frederic Ranken. music by I. Wit- 
mark. © Isidore Witmark, Wood- 
mere, L. L. N. Y.. as the author of 
the music. R 1158, Dec. 6, 1928. 

232 

My ship's the girl for me; from Dolly 
Varden, lyric by Stanislaus Stange, 
music by Julian Edwards. © Phil- 
ippine Edwards, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1183. Dec. 6. 1928. 233 



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My soul waiteth for the Lord ; duet, 
by C. F. Manney ; sop. and ten. ; or- 
gan or pf. ace. © Charles Fonteyn 
Manney, Boston, as the author. R 
893, Dec. 7, 1928. 234 

Names (The) of His children are 
there; music by C. A. Miles. (In 
New songs of the gospel no. 1) © 
C. Austin Miles, Philadelphia, as the 
author of the music. R 1393, Oct. 
29, 1928. 235 

Neere ; no. 2 des etudes latines sur des 
poesies de Leconte de Lisle, musique 
de R. Halm. © Eeynaldo Hahn, 
Paris, as the author of the music. R 
1002, Sept. 6, 1927. 236 

Ninepin (The) regiment; march song, 
by C. W. Krogmann, op. 55, no. 3. 
© Carrie W. Krogmann, Marble- 
head, Mass., as the author. R 592, 
Oct. 17, 1928. 237 

Noces (Les) d'Yvonnette; villageoise, 
par Paul Wachs ; pf . © Blanche 
Marie Pauline Simone Lemarchand, 
Saint Mande, France, as the widow 
of the author. R 1021. Sept. 6. 1927. 

238 

Nuit d'ele ; poesie de Paul Bourget, 
musique de Max d'Ollone; mezzo- 
soprano et ten. soli, avec chceur a 
4 voix. © Maximilien Paul Marie 
Felix d'Ollone, Paris, as the author 
of the music. R 1020, Sept. 6, 1927. 

239 

O dry those tears ; song, by Teresa Del 
Riego [i. e. T. Leadbitter] © Tere- 
sa Leadbitter, London, as the author. 
R 1124, Nov. 10, 1928. 240 

Oberon ; selection, by C. M. von Weber, 
arr. by T. M. Tobani ; orch. © Theo. 
Moses Tobani. Jackson Heights, 
N. Y., as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1293, Dec. 29, 1928. 241 

Offertoire ; par H. Fleury ; orgue. © 
Helene Fleury, Toulouse, France, as 
the author. R 963, Dec. 30, 1927. 

242 

Old Uncle Ned ; air varie, by Frank 
Hoyt Losey; band. © F. H. Losey, 
Erie, Pa., as the author. R 1379. 
Sept. 15, 1928. 243 

One sweetly solemn thought ; sacred 
song, by R. A. Ambrose, arr. by T. 
M. Tobani; orch. © Theo. Moses 
Tobani, Jackson Heights, N. Y., as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1391, Sept. 15, 1928. 244 

Opera songs ; selections from all the 
standard operas, new and old. com- 
piled and ed. by E. Marzo. bk. 2. 



Alto. — bk. 3. Tenor. © Eduardo 
Marzo, New York, as the author. R 
941, 942, Dec. 4, 1928. 245, 246 

Oster giocken ; Oster liturgie, von E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O.. as the author of the music. 
R 1145, Dec. 13, 1928. 247 

Our only Saviour ; music by G. C. Steb- 
bins. © Geo. C. Stebbins, Brooklyn, 
as the author of the music. R 1406, 
Sept. 7, 1928. 248 

Ouragan (L') ; drame lyrique en quatre 
actes, poeme de Emile Zola, musique 
de A. Bruneau ; partition pf . et 
chant. © Alfred Bruneau, Paris, as 
the author of the music. R 1096, 
June 12, 1928. 249 

Paloma (La) ; Spanish serenade, by 
C. Yradier, arr. by G. Saenger, op. 
98, no. 12 ; 1st and 2d violins and pf. 
© Gustav Saenger, New York, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1364, Aug. 20, 1928. 250 

Panamericana ; morceau characteris- 
tique, by Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto 
Langey ; orch. © Lizzie Langey, 
New York, as the widow of the 
author of the arrangement. R 1227, 
Jan. 2, 1929. 251 

Pan-Americana ; morceau eharacteris- 
tique, by Victor Herbert ; pf . © Ella 
Herbert and Clifford Herbert, New 
York, as the children of the deceased 
author. R 899, Nov. 10, 1928. 252 

Pansy; by H. Erichs, arr. by G. Saen- 
ger; violin and pf. © Gustav Saen- 
ger, New York, as the author of the 
arrangement. R 1287, Dec. 29, 1928. 

253 

Par le sentier fleuri ; petite piece par 
Paul Wachs ; pf. © Blanche Marie 
Pauline Simone Lemarchand, Saint 
Mande, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1026, Sept. 6, 1927. 254 

Parade of the sun-bonnet babies ; two 
step, by L. E. Sterns ; pf . © Lucy E. 
Sterns, Minneapolis, as the author. 
R 890, Dec. 8, 1928. 255 

Partir, e'est mourir un peu ; poesie de 
Ed. Haraucourt, musique de L. Dela- 
fosse. © Leon Delafosse, Paris, as 
the author of the music. R 1046, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 256 

Pastorale du 18 e siecle ; transcription 
par A. Perilhou ; pf. © Albert Pe- 
ril hou. Tain, France, as the author. 
R 1100. June 12, 1928. 257 



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Patient be and pray : sacred seng, 
music by C. B. McAfee. © Cleland 
B. McAfee. Chicago, as the author 
of the music. R 1142, Dec. 13, 1928. 

258 

P&tres et troupeaux ; de Louis La- 
combe : pf. © Marie Retzer, Speyer. 
Germany, as the executor of the 
author. R 1103. June 12, 1928. 259 

Pelerinages ; poesie de Sully Prud- 
homme. musique de Theodore Dubois. 
© Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the deceased author of 
the music. R 992, Dec. 30, 1927. 260 

Penitential prayers and vows : music 
by G. C. Stebbins. © Geo. C. Steb- 
bins, Brooklyn, as the author of the 
music. R 1405. Sept. 7, 1928. 261 

Perchance : words by Margaret, music 
by Max S. Witt. © Albert Witt, 
Murray Hill, N. Y.. as the next of 
kin of the author of the music, who 
is not living. R 1402, Oct. 27, 1928. 

262 

Perilhou (A.) Pastorale; 17 e siecle, 
harmonise par A. Perilhou : chant et 
pf. © Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1075, June 12, 1928. 263 

Petite marche de Polichinelle ; esquisse 
symphonique par M. Carman ; pf. © 
Eugenie Stephanie Tissot, Paris, as 
the widow of the author. R 1022, 

264 



Sept. 6. 1927 

Pholoe ; no. 8 des etudes latines sur 
des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, mu- 
sique de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo 
Hahn, Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1008, Sept. 6, 1927. 265 

Phyllis ; no. 10 des etudes latines sur 
des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, mu- 
sique de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo 
Hahn. Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1010, Sept. 6. 1927. 266 

Pickaninny dollies ; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e., F. 
M. Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cut- 
ter. Dedhain. Mass., as the author. 
R 1386. Nov. 3. 1928. 267 

Place (The) prepared: anthem, words 
by Marianne Farningham, music by 
C. B. Adams. © Carrie B. Adams, 
Portland, Or., as the author of the 
music. R 1143, Dec. 13, 1928. 268 

Pleut (II) sur la mer ; poesie d' Ed- 
mond Haraucourt, musique de E. 
Moret. © Ernest Moret, Paris, as 
the author of the music. R 1120. 
June 12, 1928. 269 



Polka ; two step, from King Dodo, by 
Gustav Luders, a it. by H. Audi rfeon ; 
orch. © Hilding Anderson. Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y., as the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1179, Dec. 15, 1928. 

270 

Pound the drum ; from King Dodo, 
lyrics by Frank Pixley, music by 
Gustav Luders. © Gustav Chase, 
Brooklyn, as the next of kin of the 
author of the music, who is not liv- 
ing. R 1178, Dec. 15, 1928. 271 

Preludio-patetico : par Theodore Du- 
bois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois. Paris, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 981, Dec. 30, 
1927. 272 

Preludio-saltarello ; par Theodore Du- 
bois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 982, Dec. 30, 1927. 273 

Premier amour ; poesie de Francois 
Coppee, musique de Max d'Ollone. 
© Maximilien Paul Marie Felix 
d'Ollone. Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1019, Sept. 6, 1927. 274 

Premier (Le) jour de May; paroles de 
Jean Passerat. harmonise par A. 
Perilhou ; chant et pf . © Albert 
Perilhou, Tain, Drome, France, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1078, June 12, 1928. 275 

Premieres (Les) communiantes ; poesie 
de Jules Breton, musique de Max 
d'Ollone. © Maximilien Paul Marie 
Felix d'Ollone, Paris, as the author. 
R 1016, Sept. 6, 1927. 276 

Priere ; poesie de Sully Prudhomme, 
musique de Theodore Dubois. © 
Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the deceased author of 
the music. R 1000, Dec. 30, 1927. 

277 

Primary and junior songs for the Sun- 
day school ; handbook of chants, 
hymns, responses, sentences and sup- 
plementary songs, by Mari Ruef 
Hofer. © Mari R. Hofer. Berkeley, 
Calif., as the author. R 1271, Dec. 
28, 1928. 278 

Princeton (The) Yorke ; by R. O. 
Goldsmith : orch. © Pauline Gold- 
smith, Bennington, Vt.. as the widow 
of the author. R 1223, Dec. 8. 1928. 

279 
Promenade ; par A. Perilhou ; pf . © 
Albert Perilhou. Tain, France, as the 
author. R 1112, June 12, 1928. 

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Quand je riais ; poesie de Mme. 
Blanchecotte, musique d' E. V. 
Moret. © Ernest Victor Moret, 
Paris, as the author of the music. 
R 1047, Sept. 6, 1927. 281 

Raindrops (The) ; polka song, by 
C. W. Krogmann, op. 55. no. 1. © 
Carrie W. Krogmann, Marblehead, 
Mass., as the author. R 950, Oct. 17, 

1928. 282 

Religioso ; march, by W. P. Chambers, 
arr. by L. P. Laurendeau ; orch. © 
Rose Laurendeau, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada, as the widow of the author 
of the arrangement. R 1361, Aug. 
20, 1928. 283 

Reverie ; poesie d' Andre Dumas, 
musique de E. Moret. © Ernest 
Moret, Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1117, June 12, 1928. 284 

Roi (Le) de Paris; opera en trois 
actes et quatre tableaux, poeme de 
Henry Bouchut, musique de G. Hiie ; 
partition chant et. pf. © Georges 
Hue, Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1097, June 12, 1928. 285 

Romai'ka (La) ; souvenir de Smyrne, 
par Theodore Lack, op. 201; pf. © 
Berthe Tissier, Paris, as the widow 
of the author. R 986, Dec. 30, 1927. 

286 

Ronde populaire ; trio ou choeur pour 
3 voix de femmes, harmonise par 
A. Perilhou; chant et pf. © Albert 
Perilhou, Tain, Drome, France, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1079, June 12, 1928. 287 

Roncloletto ; by Prank Lynes, op. 24, 
no. 3; pf. © Adele G. Lynes, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., as the widow of the 
author. R 1233, Oct. 18, 1928. 288 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) 
Melody in F ; abridged and simpli- 
fied by H. Schoenef eld ; pf. © 
Henry Schoenefeld, Los Angeles, as 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1268, Dec. 28, 1928. 289 

■ Reve angelique; arr. by G. 

Saenger; violin and pf. © Gustav 
Saenger, New York, as the author 
of the arrangement. R 1288, Dec. 
29, 1928. 290 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) Les 
cloches de la mer ; chanson. © 
Marie Truffot, Mulhouse, France, as 
the widow of the author. R 965, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 291 

Le feu celeste; cantate, poesie de 

Armand Silvestre, musique de C. 



Saint-Saens, op. 115; sop., choeurs, 
orch., orgue et un recitant. © Marie 
Truffot, Mulhouse, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1014, Sept. 6, 1927. 292 

Lola ; op. 116, paroles de Stephen 

Bordese. © Marie Laure Truffot, 
Domaine du Vergon a Puyricard, 
Bouche du Rhone, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1080, June 12, 1928. 293 

Nocturne; poesie de Quinault, 

musique de Camille Saint-Saens. © 
Marie Truffot, Mulhouse, France, as 
the widow of the author of the mu- 
sic. R 988, Dec. 30, 1927. 294 

La nuit ; poesie de Georges Au- 

digier ; sop. solo, choeur de femmes 
et orch. © Marie Truffot, Mul- 
house, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1015, Sept. 
6, 1927. 295 

Le rossignol; extrait de Lola, 

poesie de Stephan Bordese, musique 
de C. Caint-Saens, op. 116. © Ma- 
rie Laure Truffot, Domaine du Ver- 
gon a Puyricard, Bouches du Rhone, 
France, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1093, June 12, 
1928. 296 

Le songe ; extrait de Lola, poesie 

de Stephan Bordese, musique de C. 
Saint-Saens, op. 116. © Marie 
Laure Truffot, Domaine du Vergon 
a Puyricard, Bouches du Rhone, 
France, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1092, June 12, 1928. 

297 

Tango; extrait de Lola, op. 116; 

pf. © Marie Laure Truffot, Do- 
maine du Vergon a Puyricard, 
Bouches du Rhone, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1094, June 12, 1928. 298 

Valse lente; du ballet Javotte; 

pf. © Marie Truffot, Mulhouse, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 1069, Sept. 6, 1927. 299 

Salinum ; no. 3 des etudes latines sur 
des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, mu- 
sique de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo 
Hahn, Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1003, Sept. 6, 1927. 300 

Saltimbanques (Les) ; opera comique 
en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, paroles de 
Maurice Ordonneau, musique de 
Louis Ganne. Partition pf. et 
chant. © Paul Louis Alexandre 
Ganne, Neuilly, France, and Pierre 
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of the music. R 1059, Sept. 6, 1927. 

301 
Salut d' amour; by Edward Elgar, 
arr. by G. Saenger ; 2 violins and 
pf. © Gustav Saenger, New York, 
as the author of the arrangement. 
R 1289, Dec. 29, 1928. 302 

Salvation to our God ; sacred song, by 
W. Spry. © Walter Spry, Chicago, 
as the author. R 1266, Dec. 28, 
1928. 303 

Schmitt (Florent) Prelude: grand 
orgue. © Florent Schmitt. Paris, as 
the author. R 1012, Sept. 6, 1927. 

304 

Second minuet ; by H. W. J. Ruif rok, 
op. 5; pf. © Henri W. J. Ruifrok, 
Saginaw, Mich., as the author. R 
1270, Dec. 28, 1928. 305 

See. love, I bring thee flowers; words 
by H. L. Rogers, music by Frank 
Lambert. © Alice Lambert, Bur- 
wash, Sussex, England, as the widow 
of the author of the music. R 1128, 
Nov. 10, 1928. 306 

Selected pieces; by F. A. Porter; pf. 
bk. 2. © F. Addison Porter, Bos- 
ton, as the author. R 1344, Dec. 26, 
1928. 307 

Serenade — caprice ; par Theodore 
Lack, op. 194. © Berthe Tissier, 
Paris, as the widow of the author. 
R 974, Dec. 30, 1927. 308 

Serenade de Milenka ; ballet-panto- 
mime, par Jan Blockx ; pf ., violon et 
violoncelle. © Anne Collignon, An- 
vers, Belgium, as the widow of the 
author. R 1070, Sept. 6, 1927. 309 

Silver fishes; by H. Schoenef eld ; pf. 
© Henry Schoenefeld, Los Angeles, 
as the author. R 1269, Dec. 28, 
1928. 310 

Soir d' ete ; poesie cle Mine. Desbordes- 
Yalmore. musique de E. Moret. © 
Ernest Moret, Paris, as the author 
of the music. R 1116, June 12, 1928. 

311 

Song of the wooden man ; from King 
Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, music 
by Gustav Luders. © Gustave 
Chase. Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1165, Dec. 15, 1928. 

312 

Sourire du matin ; par Francis Thome ; 
pf. © Marie Suzanne Fernande 
Thome epouse de Andre Theodore 



Ballu, Paris. Marie Eugenie Hen- 
riette Marguerite Thome epouse 
Archambault, Paris, and Georges 
Paul Felix Thome, Ajaccio, France, 
as the children of the deceased au- 
thor. R 1134, Mar. 8, 1928. 313 

Souvenance; feuillet d' album, par 
Victor Dolmetsch, op. 134; pf. © 
Victorine Valentine Penisson, Paris, 
as the widow of the author. R 959, 
Dec. 30, 1927. 314 

Souvenir ; de Louis Lacombe ; pf . © 
Marie Retzer, Speyer, Germany, as 
the executor of the author. R 1106, 
June 12, 1928. 315 

Souvenir de Nazareth ; cantique, pa- 
roles cle Fabbe Felix Sedilot, musique 
de Jean Baptiste Faure. © Jean 
Adolphe Joseph Raphael Louis Faure 
et Pierre Maurice Jean Baptiste Fer- 
dinand Charles Faure, Paris, as the 
next of kin of the author of the 
music, w T ho is not living. R 1109, 
May 28, 1928. 316 

Sujets cle fugue et themes d'improvisa- 
tion ; donnes aux concours et exam- 
ens, recueillis par Constant Pierre. 
Annees 1804-1900. © Blanche Con- 
stant Pierre, Paris, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 1051, Sept. 
6, 1927. 317 

Sunday morning; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. 
M. Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cut- 
ter, Dedham. Mass., as the author. 
R 1383, Nov. 3, 1928. 318 

Sur un album ; poesie de Sully Prud- 
homme, musique de Theodore Du- 
bois. © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author of the music. R 993, Dec. 
30, 1927. 319 

Sweet is the light of Sabbath eve; 
hymn anthem, by F. L. Eyer, op. 29, 
no. 3. © Frank L. Eyer, Montreal, 
N. C. as the author of the music. 
R 1240, July 21, 1928. 320 

Tale (The) of a bumble bee; from 
King Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, 
music by Gustav Luders. © Gustav 
Chase, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1172, Dec. 15, 1928. 

321 

Tell me the story ; music by C. A. 
Miles. (In New songs of the gospel 
no. 1) © C. Austin Miles, Philadel- 
phia, as the author of the music. R 
1398, Oct. 29, 1928. 322 



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Tempelweihe ; festival overture, by 
Keler-Bela [pseud, of Albert von 
Keler], op. 95, arr. by L. P. Lauren- 
deau ; band. © Rose Laurendeau, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, as tbe 
widow of the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1366, Aug. 24, 1928. 323 

Temps (Le), 1' etendue et le nombre; 
poesie de Leconte de Lisle, musique 
de E. Moret. © Ernest Moret. Paris, 
as the author of the music. R 1115, 
June 12, 1928. 324 

Terpsichore; pas de valse, par Paul 
Wachs ; pf. © Blanche Marie Paul- 
ine Simone Lemarchand, St. Mande, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 1090, June 12, 1928. 325 

Thaliarque; no. 4 des eLudes latines 
sur des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, 
musique de R. Hahn ; chceur a 2 voix 
avec soli. © Reynaldo Hahn, Paris, 
as the author of the music. R 1004, 
Sept. 6, 1927. 326 

Theme varie; par Theodore Dubois; 
pf. © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 985, Dec. 30, 1927. 327 

There is a fountain filled with blood ; 
by P. A. Otis. © Philo A. Otis, Chi- 
cago, as the author. R 1275, Dec. 28, 
1928. 328 

They never die up yonder : music by 
C. A. Miles. (In New songs of the 
gospel no. 1) © C. Austin Miles, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1400, Oct. 29, 1900. 329 

Thou knowest Lord ; sacred song, by 
G. W. Marston. 1. Alto or bar.— 2. 
Sop. or ten. © E. Howard Thayer, 
Boston, as the executor of the au- 
thor. R 1241, July 21, 1928. 330 

To-day I am sweet sixteen ; day 
dreams, from The sleeping beauty 
and the beast, words by J. Cheever 
Goodwin, music by Frederic Solo- 
mon. © Ida Goodwin, New York, as 
the widow of the author of the 
words. R 1152, Dec. 18, 1928. 331 

Traite de contrepoint et de fugue; par 
Theodore Dubois. © Charles An- 
toine Dubois, Paris, as the child of 
the author. R 1114, June 12, 1928. 

332 

Trimousett ; chant de quete de la cham- 
pagne, soli et choeur pour voix de 
fenimps, harmonise par A. Perilhou, 
© Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1074, June 12, 1928. 333 



Trojan (The) march; two-step, by R. 
O. Goldsmith ; orch. © Pauline 
Goldsmith, Bennington, Vt., as the 
widow of the author. R 1222, Dec. 
8. 1928. 334 

Tubereuse ; poesie de Jean Lahor. mu- 
sique d' E. V. Moret. © Ernest 
Victor Moret, Paris, as the author 
of the music. R 1049, Sept. 6, 1927. 

335 

Two hearts made one ; duett, from 
King Dodo, lyrics by Frank Pixley, 
music by Gustav Luders. © Gustav 
Chase, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1169, Dec. 15, 1928. 

336 

Two little honey bees ; tone picture 
with words, by C. W. Krogmann, op. 
50. no. 2; vocal or instrumental. © 
Carrie W. Krogmann, Marblehead, 
Mass., as the author. R 951, Oct. 
17, 1928. 337 

Tyndaris ; no. 7 des etudes latines sni- 
des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, mu- 
sique de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo 
Hahn, Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1007, Sept. 6, 1927. 338 

University (The) of Pennsylvania 
band march ; by Roland F. Seitz ; 
band. © R. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, 
Pa., as the author. R 1235, Dec. 18. 
1928. 339 

Valentine (A) ; waltz, by L. Oehmler ; 
pf. © Leo Oehmler, Pasadena, as 
the author. R 1225, Dec. 8, 1928. 

340 

Valse — caprice ; par Francis Thome, op. 
161 ; pf. © Marie Suzanne Fernande 
Thome epouse de Andre Theodore 
Ballu, Paris, Marie Eugenie Henri- 
ette Marguerite Thome epouse Ar- 
chambault, Paris, and Georges Paul 
Felix Thome, Ajaccio, France, as the 
children of the deceased author. R 
1136, Mar. 8, 1928. 341 

Valse des mouches; par Albert Lan- 
dry ; 2 pfs., 4 mains. © Aimee Pau- 
line Pasquier, Paris, as the widow of 
the author. R 1041, Sept. 6, 1927. 

342 

Valse interrompue ; par Paul Wachs ; 
pf. a 4 mains. © Blanche Marie 
Pauline Simone Lemarchand, St. 
Mande, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1011, Sept. 6, 1927. 343 

Valse legere ; par Georges Jean Pfeif- 
fer; pf. © Marie Therese Lemoine, 
Paris, as the widow of the author. 
R 1053, Sept. 6, 1927. 344 



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Valse ondulante ; par Frederic Auguste 
Binet : pf. © Marie Dupalet, Fon- 
tainebleau, France, as the widow of 
the author. R 10S3, June 12, 1928. 

345 

Valse pimpante; par Thedore Lack, 
op. 195. © Berthe Tissier. Paris, as 
the widow of the author. R 976. 
Dec. 30, 1927. 346 

Valse sentimentale : par Victor Dol- 
metsch. op. 136; pf. © Victorine 
Valentine Penisson. Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 960, Dec. 30. 
1927. 347 

Variantes et points d'orgue ; pour les 
principaux airs du repertoire, par 
Mathilde Marches! © Blanche Mar- 
ches!. Paris, as the cliild of the de- 
ceased author. R 1067. Sept. 6. 
1927. 348 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Attila; selection, 
arr. by T. M. Tobani : band. © 
Theo. Moses Tobani. Jackson Heights, 
X. Y.. as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1281, Dec. 29, 1928. 349 

Ernani ; selection, arr. by T. M. 

Tobani; band. © Theo. Moses To- 
bani. Jackson Heights. N. Y.. as the 
author of the arrangement. R 1282. 
Dec. 29, 1928. 350 

Victory ; music by C. A. Miles. {In 
New songs of the gospel no. 1) © 
C. Austin Miles. Philadelphia, as 
the author of the music. R 1399. 
Oct. 29, 1928. 351 

Vierne (Louis) Idylle : pf. © Louis 
Vierne. Paris, as the author. R 
1035, Dec. 8, 1927. 352 

Vile Potabis ; no. 6 des etudes latines 
sur des poesies de Leconte de Lisle, 
musique de R. Hahn. © Reynaldo 
Halm. Paris, as the author of the 
music. R 1006, Sept. 6, 1927. 353 

Village (The) dance; music and title- 
verses by Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. 



Cutter] © Florence Maxim Cutter, 
Dedham. Mass., as the author. R 
1384. Nov. 3. 1928. 354 

We met in lover's lane ; from Dolly 
Varden. lyric by Stanislaus Stange, 
music by Julian Edwards. © Philip- 
pine Edwards. New York, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
' R 1182. Dec. 6. 1928. 355 

Weg (Der) zum herzen ; gavotte, von 
P. Lincke ; pf. © Paul Lincke, Ber- 
lin, as the author. R 1342, Dec. 28, 
1928. 356 

When they play God save the king ; 
words by Vincent P. Bryan, music 
by Theo. F. Morse. © Dolly Morse. 
New York, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1339, Dec. 
28. 1928. 357 

Wonclerings : music and title-verses by 
Florence Maxim [i. e. F. M. Cutter] 
© Florence Maxim Cutter, Dedham, 
Mass.. as the author. R 1385, Nov. 
3, 1928. 358 

Won't you go with us to Monte Carlo ; 
from The chaperons, lyric by Fred- 
eric Ranken, music by I. Witmark. 
© Isidore Witmark, Woodmere, 
L. I.. N. Y.. as the author of the 
music. R 1161, Dec. 6, 1928. 359 

You'll do : from King Dodo, lyrics by 
Frank Pixley. music by Gustav Lu- 
ders. © Gustav Chase, Brooklyn, as 
the next of kin of the author of the 
music, who is not living. R 116S. 
Dec. 15, 1928. 360 

Zamona : Arabian intermezzo, by W. 
Loraine; pf. © William Loraine. 
Brooklyn, as the author. R 900, 
Nov. 24, 1928. 361 

2 e chaconne : par Victor Dolmetsch. op. 
129 ; pf. © Victorine Valentine Pen- 
isson, Paris, as the widow of the 
author. R 957, Dec. 30, 1927. 362 






2590-4577 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING : 
LfST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 



1929 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be Noted by Users of This Catalogue 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Auber (Daniel Francois 
Esprit); Bach (Johann Sebastian); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Berlioz (Hector 
Louis); Bizet (Georges); Brahms (Johannes); Chaminade (Cecile Louise 
Stephanie); Chopin (Frederic Frangois); Donizetti (Gaetano); Godard (Ben- 
jamin Louis Paul); Handel (Georg Friedrich) ; Haydn (Franz Josef); Lalo 
(Edouard Victor Antoine); Liszt (Franz); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); 
Paganini (Niccolo); Raff (Joseph Joachim); Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; 
Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert 
Alexander); Strauss (Richard); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); Wagner 
(Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
Glementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " 6tude," " study," 
" exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name 
of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference 
from the titles, and search should only be made under the names of the 
composers. 

IMPRINTS. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
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and name of publisher. 



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Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated; 
Songs are understood to he with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro^ 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry 
in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is ab- 
breviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," 
implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "© 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals made for musical compositions under section 24 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue immediately 
following the text. 

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to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $3, payable in advance to the Super- 
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prices of the various parts of the Catalogue are now as follows: 

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what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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bj such claimant prior to December 31, 1929. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits 
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available for return. 

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must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Kegister or Copyrights, Library of 
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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The Presi- 
dent's proclamations to this effect were printed in the Catalogue 
of Cop} 7 right Entries, Part 3. as follows: 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol. 

13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 
Austria, vol. 17 (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 

pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4; 
Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 
Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 
Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 
Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 
Denmark, vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 
Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 
France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 
Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages ix-x of no. 6 ; 
Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 3, and vol. 15 

(1920), pages vi-ix of no. 13; 
Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 
Italy, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages xiii-xiv of no. 6; 
Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no. 7: 
Netherlands, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
New Zealand, vol. 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 

(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 
Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 
Poland, vol 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 
Rumania, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 7; 
Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 
Union of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. 
This convention is understood to be in effect as between the United 
States and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, 
Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Para- 
gua} r , and Uruguay. 

(V) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Notice. — When the nationality of the composer is not specifically stated in the title 
entry, it is to be understood that he is a citizen of the United States. 



A la burlesque ; scherzo, by L. Leslie 
Loth ; pf. © Jan. 28. 1929 : 2 c. Jan. 
31; E pub. 3246; G. Schiriner, inc., 
New York. 2590 

A las 11 : 20, once y veinte ; words and 
music by Alfredo Reza, of Mexico, 
domiciled at El Paso. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3451 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2591 

A Montparnasse, a Montparno ; pa- 
roles de Leo Lelievre, Henri Varna 
et Fernand Rouvray, musique de 
Rene Sylviano, of France ; pf . ace, 
with ukulele arr. by F. Salabert. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; E for. 
2790; Francis Salabert, Paris. 2592 

'A tarantella d' 'o 29; versi e musica 
di R. Cacace, of Italy, domiciled at 
New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3546 ; Raffaele Cacace, New York. 

2593 

Abbie's daughter; fox-trot, words and 
music by W. S. Galamore. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1929; E unp. 3605; Wm. S. Gala- 
more, Detroit. 2594 

Abendf rieden ; adagio, von Otto 
Fleischmann, of Germany, op. 93 ; 
violoncello and pf. or organ. © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 2; E for. 
2530; Anton J. Benjamin. Leipzig. 

2595 

Absence makes the heart grow fonder 
of somebody else ; waltz song, words 
and music by V. A. L. Sharp, of 
Great Britain. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4034; Vernon A. L. Sharp, 
Washington. 2596 

Acquarelli ; sei pezzi per due violini e 
pf., di Johannes Palaschko, of Ger- 
many ; op. 88. Italian, French, 
Spanish, English and German text. 
1. Foglio d'album. [5 others] © 
Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16: E for. 
2731 ; G. Ricordi & co. ? Milan. 2597 



Ad matutinum ; responsories as sung 
at tenebrae, also Miserere, Christus 
f actus est and Benedictus, words 
liturgical, music by Pietro A. Yon ; 
male voices. 4to. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3473 ; J. Fischer 
& bro., New York. 2598 

Adagio av E-moll concerten (Adagio 
from the concert in E-flat) [and] I 
ensomme stunde (Hours of soli- 
tude) ; av Ole Bull, arranger of 
Norway; salon orch. pts. 4to. © 
Sept. 10, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 3; E for. 
581; Norsk musikforlag, Oslo, Nor- 
way. 2599 

Adoration ; words by J. Keirn Bren- 
nan, music by Karl Hajos ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Feb. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 26; E pub. 3717; Famous mu- 
sic corp., New York. 2600 

Adventures (The) of a doll-child; mu- 
sical story in one act, words and 
music by G. A. Grant-Schaefer. 4to. 
© Jan. 30. 1929: 2 c. Jan. 31; D 
pub. 27449; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 2601 

After dawn ; words and music by 
Steve Gardella [i. e. Stephen Gar- 
clella] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3478: Stephen Gardella, Brooklyn. 

2602 

Aggio (L ! ) ditto accussi' ; words by 
Maria Perrocato, music by L. Ca- 
noro ; violin. [Italian text] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929: E unp. 4077 
Louis Canoro, New York. 2603 

Agitato impetuoso; par F. Salabert 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf . con 
ductor and 1st violin conductor 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31 
1929 ; E for. 2504 ; Francis Salabert 
Paris. 2604 

Agonie (L") des cheylas ; poeme 
dramatique, par A. Reillac, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf . conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2492; J. Yves 
Krier. Paris. 2605 



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2606 



pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Ah! ah! chanson officielle du carnaval 
de Nice 1929, paroles de C. De Rich- 
ter, musique de H. Tarelli, of France. 
© Jan. 5, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; E for. 
2445 ; Delrieu freres, Nice, France. 

2606 

Ahmed temple; march, by J. Green- 
field ; military band pts., with solo 
B flat cornet conductor. 4to. © 
Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; E pub. 
3614; Joe Greenfield, Escanaba, 
Mich. 2607 

Ain't puttin' out nothin' blues ; words 
and music by A. M. Lee. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 4104; Alum 
Mack Lee, Indianapolis. 2608 

Air de ballet; by John Thompson, op. 
43 ; pf . © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; 
E pub. 3202; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2609 

Airs chantes; pour sop., d'apres des 
poemes de Jean Moreas, musique de 
Francis Poulenc, of France. [Texte 
frangais, anglais et allemand] 1. 
Air romantique. [3 others] © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2421 ; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., Paris. 

2610 

Al pie de un arbol ; words and music 
by Manuel Moreno, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E for. 3411 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 2611 

Alarm (The) ; galop dramatique, for 
cinema, by Joseph Engleman, of 
Great Britain ; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1929; E for. 2559; Bosworth 
& co., Leipzig. 2612 

Album (The) of my dreams; words 
and music by Lou Davis and Har- 
old Arluck. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 
4065; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

2613 

Alice in Wonderland : words and mu- 
sic by Vaughn De Leath [pseud, of 
Leonore Geer] and Irving Bibo ; pf. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4088; 
Bibo-Lang, inc.. New York. 2614 

Al-kasar ; marche marocaine, par I. 
Snoek, of Netherlands, op. 65 ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2755 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 2615 

All over town ; words and music by 
R. M. Ellery. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 
4014; Robert M. Ellery, Toledo, O. 

2616 



All the world seems to be in mourning, 
since I lost you dear mother of 
mine ; words by D. DeBellis, music 
by M. Grasso. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 
3381; Manfredo Grasso, Brooklyn, 
and Dominic DeBellis, Orange, N. J. 

2617 

All through the night ; old Welsh mel- 
ody, 3 pt. song, lyric by Harold Boul- 
ton, choral version by Arthur H. 
Ryder ; women's voices. 4to. © 
Jan. 7. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 
3480: Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

2618 

All you need to drive those blues away 
is me; lyric and music by F. M. 
Black. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 4114; 
Florrance Mildred Black, Leonia, 
N. J. 2619 

Alio alio cheri ; fox trot, paroles de 
Jean Boyer, musique de Rene" Syl- 
viano, of France ; pf . ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by F. Salabert. © Jan. 10, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 : E for. 2792 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 2620 

Always in my dreams, never in my 
arms ; by Lou Herscher, Joe Darcy 
and Max Kortlander, orchestration 
by E. Chas. Eggett; voc. orch. pts., 
with words. 4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3563; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 2621 

Always thinking of you ; words and 
music by R. M. Buchanan. © Feb. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3679 ; 
Ruth Markley Buchanan, Cincinnati. 

2622 

Am I a passing fancy, or am I the 
one in your dreams? words and 
music by Abner Silver, Al Sherman 
and Al Lewis. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929; E unp. 
4052; Arthur Behim music corp., 
New York. 2623 

Amanda; words by E. M. Lyttleton, 
music by Robt. H. Brennen. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1929; E unp. 3355; Eva M. Lyttle- 
ton, Hartford. 2624 

Amber eyes ; intermezzo, by Hermann 
Lohr, of Great Britain ; orch. pts. 
4to. © Jan. 19, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 2; 
E for. 2685; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 2625 

Amen ; negro hymnal song sketch, by 
C. Smiley. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; D 
unp. 27456; Chas. Smiley, Paris, 
Tex. 2626 



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no. 2, 1929 



2041 



America; anthem from the symphony. 
by Ernest Bloch ; male voices. 4to. 
© Feb. 4, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 18 : E pub. 
3595; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

2627 

America ! America ! versi di E. Frati, 
musica di C. Lombardo. of Italy. 
© Nov. 15, 1928: 1 c. Feb. 6. 1929; 
E for. 261S; Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 

2628 

America, dear land of hope; national 
anthem of peace and good will, 
words by Walker Gwynne, music 
of verses, an ancient Irish melody, 
music of cho. by W. Gwynne, har- 
monized by W. Y. Webbe ; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Oct. 31, 1927; 2 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 3299: H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 2629 

America the wonderful ; patriotic 
hymn, words and music by C. R. 
Brackelsberg. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3352; Charlotte Rose Brack- 
elsberg, Des Moines. 2630 

American army military march ; by 
Gerardo Iasilli ; band pts. with solo 
B flat trumpet or cornet, conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; E pub. 2509: Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 2631 

American (The) flag; words and mu- 
sic by M. I. Murphy. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1929; E unp. 3727: Minnie I. 
Murphy, Denver. 2632 

American (An) in Paris; tone poem, 
by G. Gershwin ; orch. sc. [Photo- 
stat] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 
3839; George Gershwin, New York. 

2633 

America's appeal to the Great Spirit ; 
words and music by I. L. Ashley. 
© Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E pub. 
3597; Ivers Louise Ashley, Los 
Angeles. 2634 

Ammunito e survigliato ! versi e mu- 
sica di A. Gildo, of Italy, domiciled 
at Brooklyn. [Words and melody 
only] © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; 
E pub. 3326 ; Armando Gildo. Brook- 
lyn. 2635 

Amorous adventure ; love lyric, by 
James C. Bradford; pf. © Nov. 28, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 28; E pub. 3406; 
Sonnemann music co.. inc.. New 
York. 2636 

Anamnisi glykia ; tango, words by Phil 
Bakalis, music by J. Skiza, of Italy, 
domiciled at New York, and T. De- 



mctriadcs. of Turkey, domiciled at 
New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3553 ; Tetos music store, New York. 

2637 

Ando borracho; words and music by 
Jesus P. Peralta, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3429 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2638 

Ane (L*) de Jean; paroles traclition- 
nelles, musique par Pierre Gautier, 
of Canada ; 4 voix egales, sans ace. 
© 1 c. Oct. 27, 1928 ; E unpub. 522 ; 
Charles Marchand, Montreal, Can- 
ada. 2639 

Angel of love; lyrics and music by S. 
Wienshienk. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; 
E unp. 4016 ; Sylvia Wienshienk. 
Kansas City, Mo. 2640 

Aniela ; waltz, words and music by 
Archie Evans and Jack Heath, of 
Canada. © Dec. 29. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1929 ; E for. 2717 ; Evans & Heath, 
Regina, Sask., Canada. 2641 

Anna Belle ; fox-trot song, words and 
music by A. M. and A. E. Kuenzin- 
ger, ed. and arr. by Jean Walz ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Jan. 23, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 3720 ; Anna M. 
Kuenzinger, Chicago. 2642 

Another star in the family flag ; words 
by H. Carlson, music by Richard 
Broughton. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3581 ; Harry Carlson, Bayard, 
N. M. 2643 

Anthems; words by Minnie Case Hop- 
kins, music by L. D. Fischer. © 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 4061: 
Louise Daggett Fischer, San An- 
tonio. 2644 

Any-old-place, any-old-time with you ; 
words and music by A. R. Guenther. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 3731; 
Arthur R. Guenther. Providence, 
R. I. 2645 

Apfelbliite ; Intermezzo, von Ludwig 
Siede, of Germany, op. 127, arr. von 
Leopold Weninger. of Austria ; orch. 
pts., with 1st violin conductor. 4to. 
© Jan. 17, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; E for. 
2579 : Anton J. Benjamin, Leipzig. 

2646 

Appassionato no. 3 ; pour pf. conduc- 
teur, par M. Gracey. of France. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. S, 1929; 
E for. 2763 ; Smyth, Paris. 2647 



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Apple blossom time; words by John 
Fellows Gowen, music by Frank 
Milne. © Jan. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
14; E pub. 3519; George M. Miles 
productions, New York. 2648 

Apple (The) of life; words and music 
by M. L. Jeffords. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; 
E unp. 3662; Minnie Lee Jeffords, 
New York. 2649 

Same. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E 

unp. 3964 ; Minnie Lee Jeffords, New 
York. 2650 

Arabella ; fox trot, paroles de Rene 
Jacobs, musique de Sylvain Hamy 
[pseud, of Sylvain Freund], of Bel- 
gium ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Dec. 
22, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E for. 
2564; International music co., Brus- 
sels, Belgium. 2651 

Are you holding fast? words and music 
by M. M. Pearl. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 3586; Musetta Markland 
Pearl, Oklahoma City, Okl. 2652 

Are you making believe that you love 
me; words and music by Jack Pal- 
mer; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3347; Mills music, 
inc., New York. 2653 

Are you satisfied ; lyrics by Don L. 
Brodie. music by D. H. Lowenstein, 
pf. arr. by F. Karres. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1929; E unp. 4084; David H. 
Lowenstein, Cincinnati. 2654 

Are you the kind of guy that goes 
without a hat ; w T ords and music by 
A. S. Watkins and H. R. Ward. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp.. 3876; 
Anne Spencer Watkins, New York, 
and Herbert Ralph Ward, Brooklyn. 

2655 

Arethusa (The) : two pt. old sea song, 
arr. by Alec Rowley, of Great Brit- 
ain ; treble voices. Winthrop Rogers 
ed. 4to. © Jan. 23, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 4; E for. 2691; Hawkes & son 
(London) ltd., London. . 2656 

Aria all' antica ; terzo tempo dell a 
Suite mignonne, per violino solista e 
quintetto d' archi con pf. od arpa e 
organo, di Fernando Limenta, of 
Italy. 4to. © Jan. 12, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 30 ; E for. 2537 ; A. & G. Carisch 
& c, Milan. 2657 

Arluine; musical romance, including 
male quartette, words and music by 
F. H. Hahm. © Feb. 5, 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 7 ; E pub. 3524 ; George Harding 
Hahm, Kane, Pa. 2658 



Arme (Der) Reinhold ; tanzmarchen 
mit gesang in 3 bildern, text nach 
dem marchenbuch Heinrich Hoff- 
manns, von Bernhard Paumgartner, 
musik von Wilhelm Grosz, of Aus- 
tria, op. 17; klavierauszug mit text 
von Arthur Willner, of Czechoslo- 
vakia. © Dec. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; D pub. 27429; Universal 
edition actiengesellschaft, Vienna. 

2659 

Arrieros (Los) ; words and music by 
Alejandro Gamboa, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles. [Photostat] 
©•Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3426; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2660 

As it were ; fox-Charleston, par Y. P. 
Mullow, of France ; pf . © Jan. 10, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2797; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 2661 

As long as she keeps on loving me; 
words and music by J. Scholl and 
Kel Keech. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1928; E unp. 
878 ; Jack Scholl. New York. 2662 

As we sing the lovers' refrain ; lyrics 
by I. M, Cohen, music by Fred 
Brunkhorst. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 3739: Irving M. Cohen, Jer- 
sey City. 2663 

Ashes of love ; by Chas. Rosoff and 
Monty Siegel, orchestrated by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus: voc. orch. pts. with 
words. 4to. © Feb. 11, 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 14; E pub. 3564; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. 2664 

At the end of the rainbow of love ; 
words and music by Al Koppell and 
Irving Mills ; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3354; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 2665 

At the end of the rainbow trail; ly- 
rics by Patricia Lawlor and Ernie 
Burnett, music by E. Burnett. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1929; E unp. 3767; Ernest M. 
Burnett, Chicago. 2666 

At the new Grill Leon ; words and 
music by Herman Hupfeld ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. Montclair, N. J., Grill 
Leon.. © Feb. 6. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8: E 
pub. 3493; Ernest Christopher 
Hinck, Montclair. N. J. 2667 

At the w ishing well ; words and music 
by R. Zetler. © 1 c. Feb, 7, 1929; 
E unp. 3501; Raymond Zetler, Long 
Beach, Calif. 2668 



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26S9 



At twilight time; words by William 
Heagney, music by Nat Shilkret 
i. e. Nathaniel Shilkret] ; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
20 ; E pub. 3716 : Atlas music corp., 
New York. 2669 

Atlanta gal ; words and music by Chas. 
Fulcher. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929: E unp. 3759; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 2670 

Atlantic waltz (The) : by A. Cagnazzo. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1929: E imp. 3865; 
Angelo Cacnaazzo, San Francisco. 

2671 

Attainment ; words by Kathryn Heil- 
kecker. music by W. E. McGee. © 
Feb. 10. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3277: Winifred E. McGee, Ceres, 
Calif. 2672 

Au bord d'un ruisseau ; de Rene Bois- 
deffre, op. 52, arr. par F. Salabert, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor and 1st violins conductor. © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929: E 
for. 2803: Francis Salabert. Paris. 

2673 

Au couvent ; pour pf., par A. Borodine, 
transcription pour orgue par Leonce 
de Saint-Martin, of France. © Dec. 
31, 192S; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2392 ; W. Bessel et cie., Paris. 2674 

Au pays des pagodes ; suite orientale, 
par E. F. Fonteille, of France ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 1. Sur 
les bords de l'arroyo [3 others] © 
Dec. 31. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
E for. 2480; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

2675 

Au temps de Haydn: menuet, pour 
petit orch., avec pf. conducteur par 
Maurice-Schwaab, of France. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2777 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

2676 

Auber (Daniel Francois Esprit) Le 
domino noir ; ouverture, arr. par F. 
Salabert, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor and violin 1 conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929 ; E for. 2807 : Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 2677 

Automobile (LI') : versi di G. Onofri. 
musica di A. Rizzi. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1928 ; 
E unp. 3719: Ambrogio Rizzi and 
Guglielmo Onofri, Brooklyn. 26*8 



Autour d'une tasse de the; par Maud 
Dargel, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2782; Paul De- 
courcelle, Nice, France. 2679 

Awake ! put on strength ; sacred song, 
music by Ernest H. Sheppard : mixed 
voices. 4to. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 14: E pub. 3549; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 2680 

Awful sad : by Duke Ellington ; pf . © 
Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3356; Gotham music service, inc., 



New York. 



2681 



Baa-baa ; words and music by Billy 
Ross. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3656; 
William Livingston, Los Angeles. 

2682 

Babe (A) lies in a cradle; Christmas, 
from David Gregor Corner's collec- 
tion The sacred nightingale, arr. by 
Clarence Dickinson ; harp, violin and 
violoncello pts. 4to. © Oct. 31, 
1927 : 2 c. Feb. 9. 1929 : E pub. 3296 ; 
H. W. Gray co., New York. 2683 

Babe (A) lies in a cradle; Christmas, 
from David Gregor Corner's collec- 
tion The sacred nightingale, English 
text by Helen A. Dickinson, arr. by 
Clarence Dickinson ; organ ace. 4to. 
© Oct. 31, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 3297; H. W. Gray co., New- 
York. 2684 

Babilonia ; polka, by L. Canoro ; vio- 
lin. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 
4079 ; Louis Canoro, New York. 

2685 

Baby ; words and music by H. H. 
Reynolds. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 
3358; Hayden Hamilton Reynolds, 
Memphis, Tenn. 2686 

Baby blue eyes ; words and music by 
Edwina E. Ford, of Canada, domi- 
ciled at Oakland, arr. by Dorothy 
La Dieu. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 
unp. 3511; Elfreda Ford, Oakland, 
Calif. 2687 

Baby mine; words by V. E. Taylor, 
music by Phil Starr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 3596; Violet E. Taylor, Los 
Angeles. 2688 

Baby (A) that I call mine; words by 
Margaret E. Shaver, music by W. 
G. Shaver. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
3939; Walter G. Shaver, New York. 

2689 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Bacchanalian dance; ballet scene, by 
Giuseppe Ferraro, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York; pf. © Nov. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 28; E pub. 3402; 
Sonneinann music co., inc., New 
York. 2690 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Bourree; 
from the 3rd sonata for cello, arr. 
for string quartet or string orch. by 
Charles Woodhouse, of Great Brit- 
ain ; with pf. conductor. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2:714; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 2691 

Prelude no. 8 ; well tempered 

clavichord, transcription for violin 
or cello and pf. by Gordon Camp- 
bell. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; 
E pub. 3457 ; Gamble hinged music 
co., Chicago. 2692 

Suite of six pieces ; from the 

lesser known pf. works, selected and 
arr. for string quartet or string 
orch. by Charles Woodhouse, of 
Great Britain; with pf. conductor. 
1. March. [5 others] © Feb. 1, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2715; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 2693 

Back to that old silver screen ; words 
and music by E. Kelly. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3448; Ella Kelly, Pittsburgh. 

2694 

Bag o' blues ; by Jack Pettis, Al 
Goering and Irving Mills; pf. © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3365 ; Gotham music service, inc., 
New York. 2695 

Bagatelle; by G. Wolseley Cox, op. 9, 
no. 3, selected, fingered and anno- 
tated by G. Augustus Holmes and 
Frederick J. Karn, of Great Britain ; 
pf. © Feb. 12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; 
E for. 2836; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., 
London. 2696 

Bagpipe (The) man; 2 pt. school cho., 
music by William Baines. 4to. © 
Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 
3548 ; Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 2697 

Ballad (A) of the stork; Christmas 
carol, words anon., music by Wil- 
liam Y. Webbe; mixed voices; pf. 
ace. 4to. © Oct. 14, 1927 ; 2 c. Feb. 
9. 1929; E pub. 3308; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 2698 

Ballet japonais ; par Raymond Bru- 
nei, pour orch. par F. Andrieu, of 
France ; pts., with pf . conductor. 



4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929; E for. 2401; Andrieu fieres, 
Paris. 2699 

Bambino ; words by R. Gibson, music 
by S. Marco and J. Finke, jr. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 3941 ; Sana 
Marco, New York, John Finke, jr., 
Ravenna, N. Y. and Ross Gibson, 
Portland, Or. 2700 

Baptising day on the old Pee-Dee 
river ; chant, words and music by 
W. R. Hodgin. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; E unp. 
3514: Willard Randolph Hodgin, 
New York. " 2701 

Barcarolle in G minor ; by Sergei 
Rachmaninoff, op. 10, no. 3, tran- 
scribed by Edward Shippen Barnes ; 
organ. © Jan. 24. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
30; E pub. 3237; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 2702 

Barreteros (Los) ; by Simon G. Casas, 
of Mexico ; 2 voices. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3423 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2703 

Basin street blues; fox-trot, by Spen- 
cer Williams, arr. by Ken Macom- 
ber; small orch. pts. © Feb. 18, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 3666; 
Triangle music pub co., inc., New 
York. 2704 

Be non-chalant ; words and music by 
D. Flinder and S. C. Gordon. 
[Words and melody only] [Photo- 
stat] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929: E unp. 
3976: Dave Flinder, Brooklyn and 
Saul C. Gordon, New York. 2705 

Be thou content ; poem by Paul Ger- 
hardt, music by G. C. Murray. © 
1 c. Feb, 9. 1929 ; E unp. 3611 ; Grace 
Cordia Murray, Rochester, N. Y. 

2706 

Be Thou my guide ; sacred song, words* 
and music by Ruth Prosser. © Feb. 
27, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; E pub. 3781; 
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York. 2707 

Beale street Sadie ; words and musie 
by B. C. Gregory. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 
unp. 3522 ; Bobby C. Gregory. New 
York. 2708 

Beautiful Lugano ; waltz, by A. Cag- 
nazzo. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; E unp. 
3737 ; Angelo Cagnazzo, San Fran- 
cisco. 2709 

Beautiful prom' girl of mine ; song and 
waltz, words and music by Irvin 



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2734 



Corcoran; pf. and ukulele nee. © 
Feb. 15, 1920: 2 c Fob. 15 : E pub. 
3530; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 2710 

Because I know I'm in love with you: 
words and music by M. F. Jaeger. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1929 ; E imp. 3654 : Melanie 
Frederica Jaeger, New York. 2711 

Because I love you dear; words by 
Jerry Belyea, music by Dorothee 
Oarley. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1929; E imp. 3793; 
Dorothee Leone Carley, Grand Rap- 
ids. Mich. 2712 

Because I miss you ; waltz ballad, 
words and music by L. E. Baxter. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1929; E unp. 4091; Leslie 
Edwin Baxter, Union City, N. J. 

2713 

Bed light blues ; words and music by 
Freddie Spruell. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E 
unp. 3568 ; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc.. Chicago. 2714 

Bedad then says I, I don't care if I do ; 
words by E. Lee and James J. Mul- 
lan, traditional air arr. by E. Lee. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 30. 1929 ; E unp. 3494 ; Edward 
Lee. Philadelphia. 2715 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Andante 
aus der V. symphonie ; von L. v. 
Beethoven, op. 67. arr. von Leopold 
Weninger, of Austria ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and 1st violin 
conductor. © Jan. 17. 1929: 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E for. 2582; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 2716 

Presto agitato ; final, extrait de la 

sonate pour pf. op. 27, arr. par F. 
Salabert. of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor and violin 1 conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2522 ; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 2717 

Minuet in D ; arr. by Gladys Cum- 
berland, of Great Britain ; percus- 
sion band, with pf. conductor, child 
conductor's sc, and pf. duet, violin 
ad lib. © Jan. 21, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; 
E for. 2546 ; Warren & Phillips. Lon- 
don. 2718 

Beginners harmonica course ; by Tim 
Needham Brown. Lessons no. 1-5. 
© Feb. 5. 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7 ; E 
pub. 3525-3529; Timothy Needham 
Brown. Lake Worth, Fla. 2719-2723 

Beginners piano course; by H. S. 
Wilder. West Newton, Mass., 



Wilder pub. co. © Dec. 24, 1928 ; 2 
c. Feb. 1, 1929: E pub. 3262; Henry 
S. Wilder, West Newton, Mass. 2724 

Beginnings; first lessons in the rudi- 
ments of music, by Donald Gray, of 
Great Britain. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 8; E for. 2671; Boosey & co., 
ltd., London. 2725 

Behold, O God our defender; anthem, 
words from Psalms 84, 95, 100, Two 
antiphons, and a stanza from J. M. 
Neale, music by William Y. Webbe ; 
mixed voices with organ ace. 4to. 
© Nov. 9, 1927 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E 
pub. 3293; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 2726- 

Behold the dawn ; Easter anthem,, 
words by Evangeline Close, music 
by H. Alexander Matthews; mixed 
voices and sop. solo ; organ ace. 4to. 
© Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 
34S1 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

2727 

Bei nacht und nebel ; walzer, von Oscar 
Fetrfa s, of Germany, op. 52 ; orch. 
pts., with 1st violin direction. 4to. 
© Jan. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 12 ; E for. 
2597; Anton J. Benjamin, Leipzig. 

2728 

Believe ! believe ! hymn, words and mu- 
sic by B. B. McKinney. {In Revival 
songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
11 ; E pub. 3752 ; Robert Henry Cole- 
man, Dallas. 2729 

Believe me, that's love ; lyric by George 
Whiting, music by Ted Snyder. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 3853 ; Bobbins 
music corp., New York. 2730 

Bella (La) corsara ; versi di Tino 
Massi, musica di Vincenzo Raimondi, 
of Italy; pf. © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2625 ; Alba mu- 
sicale, Rome. 2731 

Bella (La) Maria; by M. Loguercio. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928 ; 
E unp. 2369; Michael Loguercio, 
Brooklyn. 2732 

Bellezza ; polka, by Valentino Roma ; 
accordion. © Feb. 13. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 13; E pub. 3460; Roma music 
co., Cleveland. 2733 

Bells (The) at eventide; prelude in C 
sharp min., music by Rachmaninoff, 
lyric and arr. for male voices by 
Frank J. Black. New York City. 
Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. © Feb. 
9, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3478; 
Harms, inc., New York. 2734 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Bells (The) of London; collection of 
nursery rhymes and a carol set to 
music with simple pf. aces, by P. 
Edmunds. London, J. Curwen & 
sons, ltd. © Feb. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
6 ; E for. 2587 ; Paul Edmonds, Lon- 
don. 2735 

Beneath Montana skies ; lyric by Mel- 
vin Knoyle, music by Bill Nokes ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 
c. Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3499 ; Melody music 
house, Butte, Mont. 2736 

Benediction hymns; in honor of the 
most Holy Name and of our Heav- 
enly Queen, words from the Official 
Holy Name pocket manual, music 
compiled, arr. and original composi- 
tions by S. A. E. [i. e. Sister Agnes 
Eppley] 4to. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 18; E pub. 3579; Willis music 
co., Cincinnati. 2737 

Berceuse ; poesie de L-A. Duthu, mu- 
sique de M. Breton, of France. 
[Textes francais et anglais] © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2406; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 2738 

Berlioz (Hector Louis) Voici deis 
roses ; extrait de La damnation de 
Faust, arr. par F. Salabert, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf . conduc- 
tor and violin 1 conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2520; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

2739 

Berty Lou; lyric by J. L. Baldwin, 
music by B. Schrag. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 
1928 ; E unp. 3775 ; John L. Baldwin 
and Belle Schrag, Toledo, O. 2740 

Beside your window; from Falstaff, 
music by Porter Steele, orchestra- 
tion by Gustav Klemm; orch. pts. 
4to. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E 
pub. 3158; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 2741 

Bethlehem ; folk song of Glatz, by Chr. 
Dan. Schubart, written down by 
Heinrich Reimann, English text by 
Helen A. Dickinson, arr. for cho. by 
Clarence Dickinson, for women's 
voices by Rose Phelps; organ ace. 
4to. © Dec. 2. 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
1929 ; E pub. 3290 ; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 2742 

Betty Jane; words and music by 
V. H. Gallagher. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929; E unp. 3827; Virginia Ham- 
aker Gallagher, Huntsville, Ala. 

2743 



Bid your tears goodbye ; lyrics by Ruth 
J. C. Hill, music by F. E. Hill; pf. 
ace, with ukulele arr. by A. Morse. 
© Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
pub. 3157 ; Floyd Emery Hill, North 
Cambridge, Mass. 2744 

Big boy they can't do that ; words and 
music by Pinetop Clarence Smith. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3704; State 
street music pub. co., inc., Chicago. 

2745 

Bim-bam-bimini ; words and music by 
E. E. Helseth. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3475; Ethel Etheridge Helseth, 
Indrio, Fla. 2746 

Bimbe d' America ; canzone 6/8, 
parole di Nando Vitali, musica di 
Vincenzo Billi, of Italy. © Dec. 4, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2604 ; 
Saporetti e Cappelli, Florence, Italy. 

2747 

Bin ich mir a chosidil ; words and 
music by M. Kotlowitz. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1929; E unp. 4059; Max Kot- 
lowitz, New Rochelle, N. Y. 2748 

Bird chatter; by Mildred Weston; pf. 
with words. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 23; E pub. 3644; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 2749 

Bit (A) of Irish; words and music by 
S. W. Hollowell; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929 ; E unp. 3643 ; Stella Watts 
Hollowell, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

2750 

Bittersweet; poem by Eleanor A. 
Chaffee, music by Louis Drakeford, 
of Great Britain; high voice, in A 
flat. Winthrop Rogers ed. © Jan. 
24, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 6; E for. 2696; 
Hawkes & son (London), ltd., Lon- 
don. 2751 

Bizet (Georges) Les reves ; arr. by 
Edwin Arthur Kraft; organ. © 
Oct. 17, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
pub. 3312; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 2752 

Black boy blues; by Bennie Nawahi 
[i. e. Benjamin Nawahi] and Robert 
Cloud. [Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1929 ; E unp. 3908 ; Harrison God- 
win Smith, New York. 2753 

Black (The) rose, an ebony rosebud 
to shine; fox-trot, words and music 
by G. A. Hadley. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929; E unp. 3659; George A. Had- 
ley, Denver. 2754 



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Blackbird blues ; words and music by 
F. N. King ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3847 ; Frank Nisbet King. 
Coiydon, Ky. 2755 

Blade of mine ; from Fioretta, lyrics 
by Grace Henry, music by George 
Bagby. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
14 ; E pub. 3470 ; Bobbins music 
Corp., New York. 2756 

Blair ( Jamieson ) Seven cameos ; 
suite, by J. Blair, of Great Britain ; 
pf. © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
E for. 2690 ; International music co., 
ltd., London. 2757 

Blessed love sbine on ; hymn, words 
by Luther G. Presley, music by Rena 
Presley. © Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
26; E pub. 3709; Eugene Monroe 
Bartlett, Hartford, Ark. 2758 

Blossom time in San Jose ; words by 
A. M. Keatinge, music by C. J. A. 
Wadia, of Great Britain. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929 ; E imp. 3616 ; Alice M. 
Keatinge, San Francisco. 2759 

Blue-bells ; words and music by 
Howard Mock. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 
3796 ; Lloyd Adair Mock, Oakland, 
Calif. 2760 

Blue bonnet time ; waltz, words and 
music by J. E. Gaskell. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1929; E unp. 3868; John Edwin 
Gaskell, Houston. 2761 

Blue (The) butterfly; operetta in 3 
acts, for children's voices, book and 
music by Kathryn Fisk Churchill 
and Elizabeth Churchill. 4to. © 
Feb. 21, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 
3702; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

2762 

Blue (The) Danube; waltz, words by 
Katherine Bellamann, music by 
Johann Strauss, arr. by Estelle 
Liebling. © Jan. 31. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
4; E pub. 3247; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 2763 

Blue little you, and blue little me ; 
fox-trot, words and music by 
Howard Johnson and Joe Davis. © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3374 ; Triangle music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 2764 

Blue (The) of your eyes; words by 
H. Baytarian. music by G. Suni. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; E pub. 
3193 ; Hagop Baytarian, Pontiac, 
Mich. 2765 



Blue Ridge sweetheart; waltz, words 
and music by Spencer Williams and 
Joe Davis. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3375 ; Triangle music 
pub. co., inc., New York. 2766 

Boat song; by Dorothy Harris, of 
Great Britain, op. 12 ; pf. © Jan. 29, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2705; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 2767 

B0n ; tekst av Arne Garborg, musik 
av Eilif Gulbranson, of Norway. © 
Dec. 12, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; E 
for. 2868; Norsk musikforlag, Oslo, 
Norway. 2768 

Bonnie ; words by Rosemary Searles, 
music by B. Heinen ; with male quar- 
tet. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 
3673 ; Beatrice Heinen, Cedar Rap- 
ids, la. 2769 

Booby hatch ; words by Phil Ponce, 
music by Henry Welling. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1929; E unp. 3872; Irving Berlin, 
inc., New York. 2770 

Boot, saddle, to horse, and away ; 
words by Robert Browning, music 
by G. R. Stratton, of Great Britain. 
© Jan. 31, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; E for. 
2589; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., inc., 
with John G. Murdoch & co., ltd., 
London. 2771 

Boston nostalgique ; poeme de Didier- 
Gold, musique de Joe Jekyll et F. 
Wolter, of France; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by F. Salabert. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2508; Francis Salabert, Paris. 2772 

Boulder Dam ; march, by S. O. Loredo ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 
3788; Santiago Olguin Loredo, Los 
Angeles. 2773 

Bourree; by Ethel E. Lord; violin 
with pf . ace. © Feb. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3777; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 2774 

Bourree ; by Paul Zilcher, of Germany ; 
violin with pf. ace; in C. © Feb. 
14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 3576; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

2775 

Bourree ; fur violine u. pf., von Paul 
Juon. of Germany, op. 47 A. © Feb. 
5. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 26; E for. 2871; 
Schlesinger'sche buch u. musik- 
handlung, Berlin-Lichterfelde, Ger- 
many. 2776 

Boy scouts on oarade ; by Ethel E. 
Lord; pf. © Feb. 26. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3779; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 2777 



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Boy (The) that left home; ballad, 
words and music by M. McCombs. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; E pub. 
3197; Mabel A. McCombs, Ukiah, 
Calif. 2778 

Brahms (Johannes) Poco allegretto ; 
from the third symphony, arr. by 
Gordon Balch Nevin ; organ. © Oct. 
17, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 
3311 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

2779 

Brin (Un) d' Paris; paroles de Geor- 
gius, musique de Plenri Poussigue, of 
France ; pf . ace, with ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2511; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 2780 

Bring back my man ; words and mu- 
sic by E. P. Wrubel. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3487; Elias Paul Wrubel, 
Middletown, Conn. 2781 

Broadway melody ; from The Broad- 
way melody, lyric by Arthur Freed, 
melody by Nacio Herb Brown ; pf . 
ace, with ukulele arr. by Hank Linet. 
© Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 
3142 ; Bobbins music Corp., New 
York. 2782 

Broadway rhythm ; by L. C. Stone ; pf . 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3875; 
Lawrence Calvin Stone, Denver. 

2783 

Broken hearted little sweetheart ; 
words and music by K. Quails. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 3994; Kathe- 
rine Quails, Huntington, W. Va. 

2784 

Bruin songs ; arr. by members of Sig- 
ma alpha iota, of University of 
Calif. 4to. © Feb. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. and 
afl. Feb. 16; A 8840; Students' co- 
operative store, Los Angeles. 2785 

Bull (H. Gifford) Four songs; words 
by Gertrude Thilly, Cid Ricketts 
Sumner and others, music by H. G. 
Bull. 1. Little boy. [3 others] © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 
2082; E. Morris music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 2786 

Bull fiddle rag; melody by James 
Blythe. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3982; Lester Melrose, Chicago. 

2787 

Bundle meets the catnip mouse; num- 
bers from a children's play, words 
by Dorothy G. Hyde, music by W. 
P. Conklin, jr. ; pf. Jack-be-nimble's 



song. [2 others] © Feb. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 12; E pub. 3513; William 
P. Conklin, jr., Hartford. 2788 

Buona pasqua ; mazurka, by E. Rossi ; 
violin. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 
3430 ; Enrico Rossi, Brooklyn. 2789 

Buone feste; polka, by E. Rossi; vio- 
lin. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 
3429; Enrico Rossi, Brooklyn. 2790 

Buveurs (Les) de Manzanilla ; par J. 
Turina, arr. par S. Chapelier. of 
France ; orch. pts.. with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
8; E for. 2780; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. . 2791 

By sylvan lake ; by Esther C. Benson ; 
pf. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E 
pub. 3200 ; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2792 

By the log fire ; intermezzo, by Ruth 
Vincent, op. 49; pf. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3154; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 2793 

Byrd ; mazurka, per clarinetto si 
bemolle, di U. Neroni. of Italy. © 
July 4. 1927; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E 
pub. 3149 ; Umberto Neroni, Phila- 
delphia. 2794 

C'est l'amour ; de Tout Paris, paroles 
de Albert Willemetz, Saint-Granier 
et Jean Le Seyeux, musique de Jose 
Padilla, of Spain ; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by F. Salabert. © Dec. 
31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2517; Francis Salabert, Paris. 2795 

C etait une petite blonde ; one-step, de 
G. Gabaroche, arr. par F. Salabert, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor, 1st violin conductor and 
words. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2505; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 2796 

Qa, c'est mufle ; paroles de Saint- 
Granier et Jean Le Seyeux, musique 
de Ph. Pares et Georges van Parys, 
of France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31 ; E for. 2454 ; Editions 
musicales Sam Fox, Paris. 2797 

Cabaret Sally ; lyrics and music by 
P. A. Foglia. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 
3846; Peter Antonio Foglia, Brook- 
lyn. 2798 

Calandria (La) ! words and music by 
Elena Ramirez, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Los Angeles ; pf. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3416 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2799 



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2S20 



California bred: words and music by 
Harold Savior, ©le. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E imp. 3459: Nathan Harold Saylor. 
Chicago. 2800 

California's calling you ; words and 
music by Anna Irene Jenkins. (In 
Sierra educational news) © Jan. 
15, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 
3319; California teachers associa- 
tion, San Francisco. 2801 

Call (The) of the May time ; words by 
Helen Taylor, music by May H. 
Brahe. air. by Clarence Lucas, of 
Great Britain : female trio. New 
York, Chappell-Harms. inc. 4to. © 
Feb. 11. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 12: E for. 
2680; Chapped & co., ltd.. London. 

2802 

Camello ; corrido mexicano, words and 
music by Manuel M. Moreno y 
Felipin Turich, both of Mexico, 
domiciled at Los Angeles. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3428 : Dionisio Acosta. Los 
Angeles. 2803 

Can it be you : words and music by E. 
Fortunate [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 
3651 ; Eugenio Fortunato, Philadel- 
phia. 2804 

Cancion de Cuna ; berceuse, par Abe- 
lardo Mus, of Spain, op. 5 ; pf . et 
violon. © Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E for. 2423; Rouart, 
Lerolle et cie., Paris. 2805 

Canti (I) dell' isola ; versi di Ada 
Negri, musica di Adriano Lualcli, of 
Italy. 1. Notte di Capri. [2 others] 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
for. 2733 : G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

2806 

Cantilena e musetta ; by Melchiorre 
Mauro-Cottone ; organ. obi. 8vo. 
© Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3271; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

2807 

Canto del pane ; da Pro oriente, 
proclama di Benito Mussolini, coro a 
4 voci dispari, di R. Selvaggi, of 
Italy. © Nov. 8, 1928: 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929; E for. 2624; Rito Selvaggi. 
Rome. 2808 

Canyon ; words and music by Frances 
Marie Wyman. © 1 c. Feb. 5. 1929 ; 
E unp. 3433 ; Frances M. Wyman, 
Stanford University, Calif. 2809 

Canzone (La) di Franciscio ; parole e 
musica di Adriano Lualdi, of Italy. 



© Feb. 15. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; E 
for. 2638 ; A. Forlivesi & c, Florence, 
Italy. 2810 

Carissima ; from Fioretta, lyrics by 
Grace Henry, music by G. Romilli. 
© Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E 
pub. 3474 ; Robbins music corp.. 
New York. 2811 

Carneval revels ; by C. A. Esener ; pf. 
© Nov. 28, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 28: E 
pub. 3405 ; Sonnemann music co., 
inc., New York. 2812 

Carnival ; galop, for cinema, by Joseph 
Engleman, of Great Britain ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; E for. 2555 ; 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig. 2813 

Carolina ; fox-trot chante, paroles de 
Nazelles et Paul Max, musique de 
R. Penso, of France. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2436 ; 
Publications Francis Day (s. a.), 
Paris. 2814 

Caroline, pal o' mine ; words and music 
by F. L. Cunningham. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 3752; Frank Lewis Cunning- 
ham, Los Angeles. 2815 

Carols of praise ; compiled and edited 
by J. W. Gaines. Memphis, Tenn., 
Sho waiter pub. house. 12mo. © 
Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 29; 
A 5303 ; Firm foundation pub. house, 
Austin, Tex. 2816 

Casanova a Venezia ; azione coreo- 
graflca in otto quadri, di Giuseppe 
Adami, musicata da Riccardo Pick- 
Mangiagalli, of Italy, riduzione per 
pf. di Giuseppe Ramella, of Italy. 
4to. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; 
E for. 2585 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

2817 

Cascadas (Las) ; by Marie Louise 
Evans; pf. © Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 18; E pub. 3152; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. 2818 

Cavatine; par J. Armand Heck, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf . conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2387; Paul 
Decourcelle, Nice, France. 2819 

Celoso (El) ; fox trot, by J. Bethan- 
court, of Guatemala, domiciled at 
Philadelphia; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1929; E unpub. 3769; Jose Bethan- 
court, Philadelphia. 2820 



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pt. in, n. s., T. 24 



Cernes ! poursuite dramatique, par F. 
July, of France; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2478; J. 
Yves Krier, Paris. 2821 

Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie) 
L' heure du mystere ; pour violon 
solo et orch., avec pf. conducteur et 
1° violini-conducteur, arr. par F. 
Salabert, of France. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2506; Francis Salabert, Paris. 2822 

Chanson andalouse ; pour violon solo 
et ace. d'orch., par Robert Fort, of 
France; pts., with pf. conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2390 ; Paul Decourcelle, 
Nice, France. 2823 

Chanson de Prairial; par H. Pierre- 
Pierre, of France. 1. Orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. — 2. Violin 
or flute, with pf. ace. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 
2389. 2391; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 2824, 2825 

Chanson des noisettes : poeme de Tris- 
tan Klingsor, musique de Gabriel 
Dupont, of France. 4to. [Words 
and melody only] © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2584 ; Heu- 
gel, Paris. 2826 

Chanson mauresque; par J. Turina, 
arr. par S. Chapelier, of France ; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Jan. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; E for. 
2781 ; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., Paris. 

2827 

Chant (Le) de la vie; von Marc Del- 
nias, of France ; odeon and salon- 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor and 
violin 1 conductor. 4to. © Feb. 
18, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; E for. 2650; 
Aug. Cranz, G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 

2828 

Charmed (The) land is calling; words 
and music by R. Elliott. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3929; Renah 
Elliott, Renton, Wash. 2829 

Chasin' the blues ; words by Don 
Miersch [i. e. Donald Miersch], mu- 
sic by Jimmy J. Krcek [i. e. J. J. 
Krcek] ; pf. © 1 c. music Dec. 31, 
1928, 1 c. words Feb. 1, 1929; E 
unp. 2442 ; James Jake Krcek, 
Cicero, 111. 2830 

Chateau Andlau ; ouverture, par Rich. 
Schneider, of France, op. 12 ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2477; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

\ 2831 



Chepina ; words and music by Maximo 
Cervantes, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Los Angeles. [Photostat] © Jan. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3440 ; 
Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 2832 

Chevauchee; par G. Alary, of France; 
pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2407 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

2833 

Chevauchee dramatique ; agitato, par 
A. Reuchsel et F. Andrieu, both of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf . conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2403; Andrieu 
freres, Paris. 2834 

Chicago blues ; words and music by 
Leuella Miller. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 
3700; State street music pub. cq., 
inc., Chicago. 2835 

Chicago, 1933 ; world's fair song, words 
and music by J. A. Mundy. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 3949; James 
A. Mundy, Chicago. 2836 

China maderista ; words and music by 
Elena Ramirez, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Los Angeles ; pf . [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3433 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2837 

Chinese march ; by Gladys Cumber- 
land, of Great Britain ; percussion 
band, with pf. conductor, child con- 
ductor's sc, and pf. duet, violin ad 
lib. © Feb. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 27; 
E for. 2872 ; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 2838 

Chinese song; words after Arthur 
Waley's translation from T'ao 
Ch'ien, music by Marguerite Fischel ; 
med. or high. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; E pub. 3506; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 2839 

Chopin (Frederic Frangois) Chopin's 
most famous compositions ; simpli- 
fied transcriptions by Paul Held ; pf . 
© Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; E pub. 
3688; Melrose bros. music co., inc., 
Chicago. 2840 

Etude; op. 25, no. 1, transcribed 

for 2 pfs., 4 hands, by Edouard Hes- 
selberg ; in A flat major. © Jan. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E pub. 3135 ; 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. 

2841 

Marche funebre ; extrait de la 

sonate no. 35 pour pf., arr. par F. 
Salabert, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2806 ; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 2842 



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2862 



Christ (The) of the centuries; Easter 
service with pageant, words by Mat- 
tie B. Shannon and A. A. Payn, mu- 
sic by Roy E. Nolte, Isabel le M. Hit- 
ter and Clinton D. Lowden. 8vo. 
© Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E 
pub. 3333; Hall-Mack CO., Philadel- 
phia. 2S43 

Christ the Lord is risen again ; an- 
them, words tr. from the German 
by C. Wink worth and from Lyra 
Davidica. music by Eric Thiman, of 
Great Britain ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
1; E for. 2381; Novello & CO., ltd., 
London. 2844 

Christ the Lord is risen again ; Easter 
anthem, words by Michael Weisse, 
translated by Catherine Winkworth, 
music by Elmer S. Hosmer ; mixed 
voices with organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 
30. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3482; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 2845 

Christ the Lord is risen today ; Easter 
anthem, music by H. P. Hopkins, op. 
128; mixed voices. 4to. © Jan. 30, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; E pub. 3232; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

2846 

Christmas (A) folk-song; carol, words 
by Lizette Wood worth Reese, music 
by Hugh A. Mackinnon ; mixed 
voices ; organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 14, 
1927 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 3302 ; 
H. W. Gray co., New York. 2847 

Christmas (The) star; anthem, words 
from Numbers, Matthew and two 
verses of a hymn by C. Coffin, music 
by Lucina Jewell ; mixed voices, 
with sop. and ten. solos ; organ ace. 
4to. © Oct. 14. 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
1929: E pub. 3305; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 2848 

Church around the corner ; from Ned 
Wayburn's gambols, words by Mor- 
rie Ryskind, music by Walter G. 
Samuels ; pf . and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 5; E pub. 
3492; Harms, inc., New York. 2849 

Ciliege ; canzone fox trott, versi cli Gio- 
vanni Maria Sala, musica di Nello 
Segurini, of Italy ; pf . © Jan. 11, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 30; E for. 2540; A. 
& G. Carisch & c, Milan. 2850 

Ciliege; fox-trott canzone, di Nello 
Segurini, of Italy; small orch. pts. 
4to. © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 21; 
E for. 2825; A. & G. Carisch & c, 
Milan. 2851 



Clarion songs: words and music by H. 
L. Bland. 1. Rally song. [1 other] 
Clarion, Pa., State teachers college. 
© Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; E pub. 
3566; Harrie L. Bland, Clarion, Pa. 

2S52 

Cleopatra ; semi blue fox trot, words 
and music by Archie Evans and Jack 
Heath, of Canada ; pf. and ukulele 
ace, with special saxophone cho. © 
Dec. 20, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 26; E for. 
2716 ; Evans & Heath, Regina. Sask., 
Canada. 2853 

Clover blossoms ; words by E. Oehlsen, 
music by E. Schnorr. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1929; E unp. 3789; Emma Oehl- 
sen and Erma Schnorr, Newport, 
Ky. 2854 

Colborn (Arthur G.) Three short 
postludes ; by A. G. Colborn, of 
Great Britain ; organ. 1. Set C. — 2. 
Set D. © Jan. 21, 1929; 1 c. each 
Feb. 7 ; E for. 2592, 2593, A. Weekes 
& co., ltd., London. 2855, 2856 

Colimena ! words and music by Man- 
uel M. Moreno, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Los Angeles ; pf. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3415 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2857 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin ; compiled and 
arr. by A. De Martino, of Italy. 
Milan. C. A. Bixio. serie 81. 4to. 
© Sept. 10', 1928; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E for. 8 ; Italian book co., New York. 

2858 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin; compiled and 
arr. by A. De Martino, of Italy. 
Naples, Vincenzo Cappiello. serie 
82. 4to. © Sept. 13, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; E for. 7; Italian book co., 
New York. 2859 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin ; compiled and 
arr. by A. De Martino, of Italy, 
serie 93, 92. 4to. © Oct. 17, 10, 
1928 ; 1 c. each Feb. 21, 1929 ; E for. 
2822, 2823; Italian book co., New 
York. 2S60, 2861 

Collection of Italian & Neapolitan 
songs for mandolin ; compiled and 
arr. by A. De Martino, of Italy, 
serie 91. 4to. © Oct. 27, 1928; 1 
c. Feb. 20, 1929; E for. 2752; Italian 
book co., New York. 2862 

College (The) widow; words and mu- 
sic by C. J. G. Klitgaard, jr., pf. 



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College (The) widow — Continued, 
arr. by Howard Eastwood. ©. 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929 ; E imp, 4075 ; Christen 
Julius Gantzel Klitgaard, jr., Ala- 
meda, Calif. 2863 

Collegiate Joe; lyrics by Lou Silver- 
man, music by Harry Filler ; pf . © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E unp, 3606 ; Oscar 
Rosen music pub. co., Philadelphia. 

2864 

Color song ; words and music by Leon 
De Costa. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
unp. 3588; Olive De Costa, New 
York. 2865 

Columbia ; one-step, by C. W. Bird ; 
1st violin. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E 
unp. 3723 ; Wilbur Bird* New York. 

2866 

Come back and love me beneath the 
arbour vine; words by N. Brayton, 
music by Ugene Waffell ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1929; E unp. 4069; Nelson 
Brayton, Jackson, Mich. 2867 

Come, dance with me ; by B. Percy 
James : pf . Boston-New York, Evans 
music co. © Feb. 18, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 
23; E pub. 3662; M. T. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 2868 

Come, dance with me ; by Irene Rod- 
gers ; pf . © Feb. 11. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
18; E pub. 3583; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 2869 

Come down to earth, little angel ; 
words by C. J. Edwards and M. Eli- 
zalde, music by Fred Elizalde, of 
Spain ; pf. and ukulele ace. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Nov. 
16, 1928 ; 1 c. Nov. 23 ; E for. 2839 ; 
Cambridge music co., London. 2870 

Come home, mah honey ; negro spir- 
itual, words and music by John 
Thomas [pseud, of John T. Fagan] ; 
organ ace. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 6 ; E pub. 3205 ; John T. Fagan, 
Portland, Me. 2871 

Community medley ; one-step, arr. by 
Debroy Somers, of Great Britain ; 
pf., with words. © Feb. 26, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 27; E for. 2854; Keith- 
Prowse & co., ltd., London. 2872 

Con Ires gotas de rocio . . . ; words and 
music by Jesus Osorio, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Los Angeles. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; 
E pub. 3450 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 2873 



Conservatoire scale manual ; compiled 
by Ernest A. Dicks, of Great Britain. 
Enl. and rev. ed. © Feb. 9, 1929 : 
1 c. Jan. 30 ; E for. 2575 ; Frederick 
Harris co., London. 2874 

Conservatory series for pupils and stu- 
dents of pianoforte; by Oswald B„ 
Wilson, v. 2. © Feb. IS, 1929 ; 2 c. 
and aff . Feb. 25 ; AA 10134 ; Bendix 
pub. co., Lincoln, Neb. 2875 



v. 3. 



© Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 11; AA 11368; 



Mar. 9; 

Bendix pub. co., Lincoln, Neb. 2876 

Constantinople ; melodie orientale, par 
Aime Courtioux fils, of France; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
E for. 2487 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

2877 

Convict's (The) song; words and 
music by B. C. Gregory. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1929; E unp. 3519; Bobby C. Greg- 
ory, New York. 2878 

Cooke (Greville) Three pieces for 
pianoforte ; by G. Cooke, of Great 
Britain. 1. A sunny morning. [2 
others] © Feb. 7, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
27; E for. 2855; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 2879 

Cooking breakfast for the one I love; 
words by Billy Rose, music by Henry 
H. Tobias. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 
3874 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

2880- 

Cordoue en fete ; par J. Turina, arr. 
par S. Chapelier, of France ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 
2778; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., Paris.. 

2881 

Corn liquor blues ; words by Selma 
Davis [pseud, of Aletha Dickerson], 
music by Charlie Jackson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8. 
1929; E unp. 3572; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 2882 

Cortege; de Novia, par Roger Jenoc, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2783; Paul 
Decourcelle, Nice, France. 2883 

Cottage (The) on the hillside; ballad, 
words and music by C. E. Hoffman. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Jan. 24, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 
3181; Callie Elizabeth Hoffman. 
Lancaster, O, 2884 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2. 1920 



2907 



Couple (A) of knights; words and 
music bv C. Marsh. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; 
E imp. 3440: Charles Marsh, Mil- 
waukee. 2885 

Course a L'abtme; scene dramatique, 

par A. Reuchsel et F. Andrieu, botb 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929: E for. 2402; Andrieu 
freres. Paris. 28S6 

Cowboys (The) dream : words by Billy 
Woods [i. e. W. Woods], music by 
Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 : 
E unp. 3658; William Woods, Bil- 
lings, Mont. 2S87 

Cradle-song; by Vladimir Ivanovitcb 
Rebikoff, transcribed by H. Clough- 
Leighter; organ. © Jan. 28, 1929: 
2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3244: G. 
Sehirmer, inc.. New York. 2888 

Crazy over Daisy ; words and music by 
Dick Wilson : pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929 : 
2 c. Feb. 11: E pub. 3340; Mills 
music, inc., New York. 28S9 

•Creation ; a ballet of machines, by Jack 
Meakin [i. e. J. B. Meakin] ; pf. © 
1 c. Feb. 4. 1929 : E unp. 3445 : Jack 
Brunker Meakin, Stanford Univer- 
sity, Calif. 2890 

Crimson (The) and white triumphal 
march : by A. M. Christensen ; pf. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929: E unp. 3722; 
Arnold Michael Christensen. Moor- 
head. Minn. 2891 

Crowley (John W.) Allegro; 1st po- 
sition study for violin ; in B flat. 
© Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E 
pub. 3574; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 2892 

•Crown of glory : Easter service of song 
and recitation, words by A. A. Payn, 
music by Adam Geibel. 8vo. © 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 : E pub. 
333*2 : Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

2893 

Crucifixion (The), resurrection, and 
ascension ; pt. 3 of The King tri- 
umphant, rnusie by Ernest A. Dicks, 
of Great Britain; mixed voices. 4to. 
© Apr. 28, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 11; E 
pub. 3G53; Arthur P. Schmidt co.. 
Boston. 2894 

Crudo (El) ; words and music by Anas- 
tacio Campos, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Los Angeles. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3453 : Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2895 



Cuckoo waltz; by Emanuel Jonasson, 
transcribed by Alfred II. Wertheini ; 
violin and pf. © Feb. 5. 1929 : 2 c. 
Feb. 6 : E pub. 3398 : Edward Schu- 
berth & co.. inc., New York. 2896 

Cuddle me under your wing; words 
and music by A. Healy. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 35S7 ; 
Amelia Healy, Oakland, Calif. 2897 

Cumberland (Gladys) Two Scottish 
dances ; arr. by Gladys Cumberland, 
of Great Britain ; percussion band, 
with pf. conductor, child conductor's 
sc, and pf. duet, violin ad lib. 1. 
Sir David Hunter Blair. [1 other] 
© Feb. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 27: E for. 
2873: Warren & Phillips. London. 

2898 

Daddy's coming home to-night ; words 
and music by R. F. Glick. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1929: E unp. 3717: Ruth 
Fridman Glick, Cincinnati. 2899 

Daddy's baby girl ; words and music 
by Harold Saylor. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929: E unp. 3460: Nathan Harold 
Saylor, Chicago. 2900 

Dafni ; interludio, di Giuseppe Mule, 
riduzione per orchestrina con pf. 
conduttore di Illuminato Culotta. of 
Italy, pts. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1929: 

1 c. Feb. 16 ; E for. 2727 : G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 2901 

Damska ; polka, by W. Podosek. [Mel- 
ody only] © lc. Feb. 26. 1929; 
E unp. 4044; Walter Podosek, Cam- 
den. N. J. 2902 

Dance (The) down at Jones's place; 
words and music by C. J. Robison. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20. 1929; E unp. 3884: Carson 
J. Robison. New York. 2903 

Dance of the brigands ; grotesque, by 
George J. Trinkaus ; orch. pts. with 
pf. conductor. © Jan. 31. 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3261: G. Sehir- 
mer, inc.. New York. 2904 

Dance of the rag doll; by Oswald B. 
Wilson; pf. © Feb. 25. 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 25: E pub. 3678; Bendix pub. 
co., Lincoln, Neb. 2905 

Dance on the black keys; by R. M. 
Critchley, op. 5 ; pf. Worcester, 
Mass., J. Verier Critchley. © Feb. 
6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; E pub. 3511; 
Rosamond M. Critchley, Worcester. 

2906 

Dancing eyes : intermezzo, by Otto 
Werner, of Great Britain : pf . © 
Feb. 4, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 5; E for. 
2845 : Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd.. Lon- 
don. 2907 



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Dancing in the clover; by Mildred 
Weston ; pf . with words. © Feb. 20, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3646; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 2908 

Dancing rivulets ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 577, no. 5; pf. © Feb. 4, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 5; E pub. 3275; 
Irving Berlin standard music corp., 
New York. 2909 

Dancing sunbeams ; by Helen Mac- 
Gregor; pf. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28: E pub. 3764; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 2910 

Dancing with you in the moonlight ; 
words by Alison M. Bart, music by 
O. H. Damm. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; 
E unp. 3402; Otto Henry Damm, 
Cleveland. 2911 

Dandy's black bottom ; parole di Dino 
Falconi, musica di Ermete Liberati, 
of Italy. © Dec. 15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1929: E for. 2611; Carlo Lom- 
bardo, Milan. 2912 

Dans la foret ; entree, par David Pop- 
per, op. 50, no. 1, arr. par F. Sala- 
bert, of France : orch. pts,, with pf. 
conductor and 1st violin conductor. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
E for. 2495 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

2913 

Dans le temple d' Aphrodite ; poeme 
symphonique, par Edouard Flament, 
of France, op. 83; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor or harp. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2479; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 2914 

Dans les magasins ; paroles de A. Wil- 
lemetz, Saint-Granier et Jean Le 
Seyeux, musique de C. Borel-Clerc, 
of France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2444 : Ch. Borel- 
Clerc, Paris. 2915 

Danse des gnomes; de Dans la foret, 
par David Popper, op. 50, no. 2, arr. 
par F. Salabert, of France; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor and 1st vio- 
lin conductor. © Dec. 31, 1928: 
1 c. Jan. 31. 1929 ; E for. 2496 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 2916 

Danza classidra ; by A. Cagnazzo. © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3866; 
Angelo Cagnazzo, San Francisco. 

2917 

Danza delle ore; balletnmsik aus der 
oper Gioconda, von A. Ponchielli, 
arr. von Leopold Weninger, of Aus- 
tria ; orch. pts.. with 1st violin di- 
rection. 4to. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 12 : E for. 2596 ; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 2918 



Dark (The) hills; by Lewis M. Isaacs;: 
pf. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; 
E pub. 3254; G. Schirmer, inc:, New 
York. 2919 

Darling ; words by Tom Ford, music- 
by Jack Waite. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 
3578 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

2920 

Date (A) for only two; words and 
music by M. L. Estabrook. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3362; Mary 
Louise Estabrook, Ponchatoula, La. 

2921 

Day after day ; words by S. E. Ames, 
music by S. E. Ames and Samuel H. 
Walsh. [Photostat] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1929 ; E unp. 3372 ; Stanley E. Ames, 
New York. 2922: 

Day-dream ; words and music by F. 
Honn. jr. © 1 c. Feb. 4. 1929; E 
unp. 3396; Frank Honn, jr., Berke- 
ley, Calif. 2923 

Days gone by ; words by Maria Watts, 
music by Phil Starr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 3597 ; Laverne Watts, Mul- 
draugh, Ky. 2924 

Days of youth ; 12 little pieces for pf ., 
by John Daulby Peake, of Great 
Britain, pts. 1 and 2. © Oct. 9, 
1928; 1 c. each Feb. 7, 1929; E for. 
2560. 2561 ; Bos worth & co., Leipzig.. 
2925, 2926 

De alia vine y pa alia voy ; corrido' 
mexicano, words and music by Man- 
uel M. Moreno and Felipin Turich, 
both of Mexico, domiciled at Los 
Angeles. [Photostat] © Jan. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3417; 
Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 2927 

De hoot owl; words anon., music by 
Shirley D. Nevin ; mens' voices. 4to. 
© Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 
3543; Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. '2928 

Dear one I love; lyrics and music by 
M. Groeting. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; 
E unp. 4098; Maury Groeting, St. 
Louis. 2929 

Deep in the arms of love; words and 
music by Lou Davis and Ray Ingra- 
ham. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 4132 ; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc,', 
New York. 2930 

Deep night ; lyrics by Rudy Valiee, mu- 
sic by Charlie Henderson; pf. ace 
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2952 



© Feb. 15. 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 16 ; E pub. 
3572 : Acer. Yellen & Bornstein. inc., 
New York. 2931 

Del tango al fox; couplet, letra y mu- 
sics de L. Frances, of Spain, domi- 
ciled at New York. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929 : E unp. 3S01 : Leopoldo Frances. 
New York. 2932 

Depart (Le) de la chasse : scene de 
chasse, de F. July, of France : orch. 
pts.. with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 192S: 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929: E 
for. 2762 ; F. July. Paris. 2933 

Departed and gone; words and music 
by J. M. Wilson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E 
unp. 3S25: James M. Wilson. Park 
City. Utah. 2934 

Dernier ultimatum ; scene dramatique, 
par F. July, of France ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 : E for. 2488 : 
J. Yves Krier, Paris. 2935 

Derniere (La) grimace; boston, par 
Jacques Mendel, of France: orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E 
for. 2419: Louis Jacquot. Paris. 

2936 

Derniere (La) grimace; boston, paroles 
de Claude Dberelle. musique de Jac- 
ques Mendel, of France. © Dec. 31, 
192S: 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2420; 
Louis Jacquot, Paris. 2937 

Des z ? ih et des z'ah ; paroles de Bertal 
Maubon et F. Vimont, musique de 
Ph. Pares et G. van Parys, of France. 
© Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 : 
E for. 2459 : Editions musicales Sam 
Fox, Paris. 2938 

Desde que te vi : mazurke, words and 
mu^ic by David Valles Gonzalez, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Los Angeles: 
pf. [Photostatl © Jan. 11. 1929: 
2 c. Feb. S: E pub. 3418; Dionisio 
Acosta. Los Angeles. 2939 

Desert (The) moon; by Jean Morel, of 
Great Britain: pf. © Jan. 8. 1929: 
1 c. Feb. 8: E for. 2670; Reeder & 
Walsh, London. 2940 

Destnnteado (ED : corrido 

mexicano, words and music by Fe- 
lipin Turich, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Los Angeles. [Photostat] © Jan. 
11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8: E pub. 3448: 
Dionisio Acosta. Los Angeles. 2941 

Destino (El) me lleva : vengo a ver si 
en mi ausencia. words and music by 
Maximo Cervantes, of Mexico, dom- 



iciled at Los Angeles; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; 
E pub. 3409; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 2942 

Devotion : memory, by J. Harold 
Henry, of Great Britain; violin and 
pf. © June 29. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1929: E for. 2553; Bosworth & co., 
Leipzig. 2943 

Dhurbar (Le) : parade hindoue, par 
Raymond Brunei, of France ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2490 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 2944 

Dialogue bouffe ; scene gaie, par F. 
July, of France ; orch. pts., with pf . 
conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2489; J. 
Yves Krier, Paris. 2945 

Dichoso el arbol ! words and music by 
Luis Aguiiiaga. of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3410 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

2946 

Did you mean what you said last 
night? words by Babe Fritsch, mu- 
sic by K. L. Johnson. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1929; E unp. 4048; Katherine 
Louise Johnson, Houston. 2947 

Dinna forget ; words by Edwin Osgood 
Grover, music by A. Judson ; bar. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; E unp. 4137; 
Acnes Judson, Winter Park, Fla. 

2948 

Dippsy doo ; words and music by H. 
L. Fledderman. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1929: E 
unp. 3803; Harry L. Fledderman, 
Oakland, Calif. 2949 

Disappointed ; words by A. S. Jaczin- 
ski. music by Phil Starr. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1929; E unp. 3879; Anna S. Jaczin- 
ski, New London, Conn. 2950 

Disonore : versi di Pasquale L. Espo- 
sito, musica di Domenico Ietti. of 
Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn. [Words 
and melody only] © Dec. 20, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 1983; Italo 
Bella, Brooklyn. 2951 

Dites-moi ma mere ; one step, by Mau- 
rice Yvain, of France: orch.. with 
1st violin conductor [and] Tu-tu ; 
fox trot, by S. Ehrlich, arr. by Fred 
Ralph [pseud, of Hermann Krome], 
of Germany; orch.. with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 2 ; E for. 2686 ; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. 2952 



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Dixie's calling ; lyric by James Court- 
nev Challiss, music by Pearl Ad- 
ams. © Feb. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; 
E pub. 3613 ; Manhattan music pub. 
corp., New York. 2953 

Dizzy Dan; slow-fox trot, by H. Mac 
Knight; orch. pts. with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
31. 1929; B pub. 3140; H. Mac 
Knight, Paris. 2954 

Do I love my Lord? cho., words and 
music by A. H. Perry. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1929; E unp. 3668; Augustus H. 
Perry, Philadelphia. 2955 

Do the Mississippi muck ; words and 
music by Ken O'Brien [i. e. K. B. 
O'Brien] © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; E pub. 3638 ; Kenneth B. O'Brien, 
Minneapolis. 2956 

Doin' the bingo; words and music by 
B. N. Beale. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3502; Bettye Nelle Beale, Osceola, 
Ark. 2957 

Doin' the f rat ; fox trot, words and 
music by J. Wesley Ryan. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929 ; E unp. 3805 ; James Joseph 
Ryan, North Bergen, N. J. 2958 

Dolores ; the desert flower, by Arthur 
L. Brown, op. 86; pf. © Jan. 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3155 ; B. F. 
Wood music co., Boston. 2959 

Domine non sum dignus ; 4 pt. cho., 
composer unknown, arr. by The Sis- 
ters of the Visitation [i. e. M. Lo- 
retto Browne] ; mixed voices ; organ 
ace. Tacoma, Wash., The Sisters of 
the Visitation. [Latin and English 
text] © Dec. 1, 1927 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1929 ; E pub. 3657 ; Mary L. Browne, 
Tacoma. 2960 

Dominica resurrectionis ; cycle de 
Paques, pour grand orgue, par 
Charles Tournemire, of France, op. 
56. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 
1929; E for. 2414; Heugel, Paris. 

2961 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Oh, Italia, be- 
loved; from Lucrezia Borgia, arr. by 
Gladys Pitcher; 3 women's voices. 
4to. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
E pub. 3537; C. C. Birchard & co.. 
Boston. 2962 

Don't give me the family eye; words 
by Jeanne Rogers, music by Z. F. 
Cannon. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E 
unp. 3360; Zella F. Cannon, Ft. 
Riley, Kan. 2963 



Don't leave me honey ; words and mu- 
sic by B. N. Beale. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 3503; Bettye Nelle Beale, 
Osceola, Ark. 2964 

Don't let my castles fall ; words and 
music by J. I. Ruddell.- [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 2765 ; Julia I. Ruddell, Ponca 
City. Old. 2965 

Don't worry, but pray ; hymn, words 
by Lizzie DeArmond, music by B. 
D. Ackiey. (In Revival songs) © 
Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3743; Robert H. Coleman, Dallas. 

2966 

Dorinne ; waltz ballad, words and mu- 
sic by Kenneth G. Allen. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 3524; Kenneth 
George Allen, New York. 2967 

Douloureusement ; musiques pour 
films, par Rhene-Baton, op. 48, orch. 
par Roger Branga, of France; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2774; Durand et cie., Paris. 

2968 

Down by the lake of dreams; waltz, 
words and music by L. M. Campbell. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 3971; 
Lillian May Campbell, Agua Calien- 
te, Calif. 2969 

Down in lazy lane with you ; words 
by Clinton Lewis [i. e. Clinton Gard- 
ner Lewis], music by Al. Smith [i. e. 
Albert Francis Smith] © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1929 ; E unp. 4136 ; Al. Smith and 
Clinton Lewis, Buffalo. 2970 

Down on Pennsylvania avenue; blues, 
words and music by T. Delaney. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3582; Tom 
Delaney, Baltimore. 2971 

Down where the sycamore grows ; 
waltz, words by F. Hosford, music 
by Ed. E. Applegate. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 : 
E unp. 3683 ; Floyd Hosford, Newark 
Valley, N. Y. 2972 

Dramatic (A) impression; by Giu- 
seppe Becce, of Italy; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and 1st violin 
conductor. London, De Wolfe's. © 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 7 ; E for. 
2542; Meyer de Wolfe, London. 

2973 

Dream boat ; from Fioretta, lyric by 
Grace Henry and Jo' Trent, music 
by George Bagby. © Feb. 8, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. .3281; Bobbins 
music corp., New York. 2974 



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Dream children ; words and music by 
G. M. Yapp. © 1 c. Feb. 9. 1929; 
E unp. 3609: Grace May Yapp, 
Alkabo, N. D. 2975 

Dream (A) of you; words by T. J. 
Moss, music by Richard Broughton. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929: E unp. 35S4 ; 
Thos. J. Moss, Chicago. 2976 

Dream sweetheart ; fox trot, words 
and music by C. L. Shaffer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3745; Clalia 
L. Shaffer. Gary. Ind. 2977 

Dreaming- ; words and music by J. 
Noel. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Feb. 25. 1929 : E unp. 3993"; Jean 
Noel. New York. 2978 

Dreaming doll : by Zoe Fairchild : pf . 
© Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13: E 
pub. 3461 : Bendix pub. co.. Lincoln, 
Neb. 2979 

Dreaming of you ; words by G. Brown, 
music by Harry Jay [pseud, of 
Harry J. Lincoln] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1929 ; E unp. 3598 ; Gladstone Brown, 
Kelton, S. C. 2980 

Dreaming sweet dreams of you ; lyrics 
by L. Shears, music by V. Tomasulo. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3765; 
Louis Shears and Vincent Tomasulo. 
Brooklyn. 2981 

Dreams on wings ; words and music by 
W. B. Weeks. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3640; Warren Benjamin 
Weeks, Davenport, la., 29S2 

Dreamy mellow moon; lyric by Eddie 
Swenson and H. Erickson, music by 
Helmar Erickson ; with male quar- 
tette arr. Detroit. Swanson, Jack 
Orr & Erickson. © Feb. 23, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 25; E pub. 3682; Helmar 
Erickson, Detroit. 2983 

Drowsy (A) breeze drifts by; by 
Mildred Weston ; pf . with words. © 
Feb. 20, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 
3643 : Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

2984 

Drunken (The) drag; words and 
music by E. P. Wrubel. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3486: Elias Paul Wrubel. 
Middletown, Conn. 2985 

Dutch panels ; by Jac. Bonset. of 
Netherlands; pf. bk. 1. 1. The 
citadel. [5 others] — bk. 2. 7. Mar- 
ket-day in Volendam. [5 others] © 
Feb. 4. 1929: 1 c. each Feb. 6; E 
for. 2543, 2544; Keith-Prowse & co.. 
ltd., London. 2986, 2987 



Dwie kumoszki ; by Joseph Kapalka. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 3779; 
International music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 2988 

E allora dillo ! . . . ; comico fox, parole 
e musica di A. Ramiro Borella, of 
Italy. © Dec. 6, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929: E for. 2602; Carlo Lombardo. 
Milan. 2989 

Each melody; words by Jack La 
Monte, music by G. Duckworth. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; E pub. 
3198 ; George Duckworth, Princeton. 
N. J. 2990 

Easter ; anthem, words by Edmund 
Spenser, music by Louis Victor Saar, 
op. 124 a ; for a cappella cho. of men's 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 30; E pub. 3239; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 2991 

Easter (The) miracle of Saint Anne 
de Beaupre; cantata, words by 
Avery Gaul, music by Harvey Gaul. 
4to. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; 
E pub. 3723; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 
New York. 2992 

Eccitamento ; by Walter C. Schad ; pf ., 
with obbl. pt. © Nov. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 28; E pub. 3403; Sonnemann 
music co., inc., New York. 2993 

Echo ; words by Viscountess Grey, 
music by V. Ward. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1929 ; E unp. 3774 ; Vera Ward, New 
York. 2994 

Echo caprice ; by Carl F. Mueller ; 
organ. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; 
E pub. 3514; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 2995 

Echoes ; words and music by Les Poe ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3547; Les Dryden Poe, San Fran- 
cisco. 2996 

Echoes from the pines ; by R. M. 
Stults ; pf . Boston, -New York, Evans 
music co. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23; E pub. 3660; M. T. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 2997 

Echoes of forty nine; words by M. H. 
Johnson, music by J. Fowler. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; E unp. 3422; 
Julia Fowler, San Francisco, and 
Mary Helen Johnson, Sacramento, 
Calif. 2998 

Echoes of long ago ; words and music 
arr. by H. Shamlian ; 1st violin. © 
1 c. Feb. 9. 1929 : E unp, 3604 ; Hov- 
sep Shamlian, Union City, N. J. 

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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Education (L') du hautboi'ste ; meth- 
ode, par A. Bridet, of France. © 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E 
for. 2447; Bridet, Lyon, France. 

3000 

5 EKKevTpLK.es kvu>ixarles (Ekkentrikes eno- 
maties); oirepeTTa, 5ico5ia, "EXa va £a- 
7rXw<n7s, words by Nicholas Laskaris, 
music by D. Zattas, of Greece, domi- 
ciled at New York. © Oct. 17, 1927 ; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E pub. 3328 ; De- 
mosthenis Zattas, New York. 3001 

"EXa Treio-juardpa: words by Lemonio 
Eleftheriou, music arr. by Demos- 
thenis Zattas, of Greece, domiciled 
at New York. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E imp. 4028; Alector pub. co., New 
York. 3002 

Elaine: words and music by Harold 
Saylor. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E unp. 
3461; Nathan Harold Saylor, Chi- 
cago. 3003 

Elegia ; partitura per orchestrina, di 
P. G. Breschi, of Italy. Rome, Edi- 
tore L. S. Palagi. 4to. © Dec. 18, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2600 ; 
Pier Giulio Breschi, Rome. 3004 

Elevation ; von Frangois Rasse, of Bel- 
gium ; odeon and salonorch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; E for. 2656 ; Aug. 
Cranz, G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3005 

Elfin sprites; by G. O'Connor-Morris, 
of Great Britain, op. 40, no. 2 ; pf . 
© Feb. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb, 15 ; E for. 
2701; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 

3006 

Elves at play ; study in phrasing, by 
Rob Roy Peery; pf. © Feb. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 3580; 
Willis music co., Cincinnati. 3007 

En su santo ; words and music by Al- 
fredo Reza, of Mexico, domiciled at 
El Paso. [Photostat] © Jan. 11, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3434 ; Dio- 
nisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 3008 

En tu choza. . . . ; danza, words and 
music by Antonio Loya, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Los Angeles. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8: 
E pub. 3452 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 3009 

En vano ; by Luis Aguiiiaga, of Mexico, 



domiciled at Los Angeles; pf. [Pho- 
tostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
8 : E pub. 3422 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 3010 

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Eua-dena-dinah-do ; fox trot, words 
and music by Ralph Butler, Julien 
Wright and Will E. Haines, of Great 
Britain ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by Harry J. Stafford. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Feb. 8, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 21; E for. 2830; 
Campbell, Connelly & co., London. 

3011 

Enchantement ; habanera chantee, par- 
oles de Jacques Loar, musique de 
Sylvain Hamy [pseud, of Sylvain 
Freund]. of Belgium. © Dec. 22, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; E for. 2563 ; 
International music co., Brussels, 
Belgium. 3012 

End (The) of a beautiful dream; 
words and music by Harold Saylor. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp, 3462; 
Nathan Harold Saylor, Chicago. 

3013 

Engagez vous dans la marine ; one 
step, sur les motifs de la chanson de 
P. Dagorrette, musique de Pablo 
Labor, of France ; orch. pts., with pf . 
conductor and words. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2771; Editions Cicada, Paris. 3014 

Engagez-vous dans la marine; paroles 
de P. Dagorrette, musique de Pablo 
Labor, of France. © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2440 ; Edi- 
tions Cicada, Paris. 3015 

Epitafi; di Lodovico Rocca, of Italy; 
pf. Ad un guerriero. [2 others] © 
Jan. 23, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 21; E for. 
2829 ; A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

3016 

Epouvante; cinedrame, par M. Brus- 
selmans, of Belgium ; orch. pts., 
with pf . conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2491 ; 
J. Yves Krier. Paris. 3017 

Ere psefti dounia ; composer anon., 
words, transcription and arr. by 
Tetos Demetriades, of Turkey, domi- 
ciled at New York. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 3552 ; Tetos music store, New 
York. 3018 

Espressione del cuore ; valzer, di G. 
Critelli ; violin. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1929; E unp, 2827; Giuseppe Cri- 
telli, Brooklyn. 3019 



Estrellita ; by Manuel M. Ponce, arr. 



by C. S. DeLano; 1st and 2nd steel 
guit. with pf. ace. © Jan. 20, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 29 ; E pub. 3351 ; C. S. De 
Lano, Los Angeles. 3020 



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no. 2, 1920 



3042 



.Eternal (The) light; Easter service 
for church school and congregation, 
1929, arr. by Clarice McCauley. 8vo. 
© Feb. 9, 1929; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
1 ; AA 9923 ; Methodist book con- 
cern, New York. 3021 

Supplement. 8vo. © Feb. 



9. 1929; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 1; AA 
9924; Methodist book concern, New 
York. 3022 

JEternal love ; words and music by Bal- 
lard Macdonald, Dave Dreyer and 
Peter De Rose; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele or banjulele banjo arr. by May 
Singhi Breen. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 12 ; E pub. 3392 ; Irving Berlin, 
inc., New York. 3023 

JEterno amore ; mazurka, by L. Canoro ; 
violin. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 
4080; Louis Canoro, New York. 

3024 

JEvans (David) Concerto; by D. 
Evans, of Great Britain, op. 7 ; 
string orch. sc. © Dec. 21, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E for. 2740; Da- 
vid Evans, London. 3025 

Eve ; words and music by Buddy Val- 
entine and Irving Mills; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3360 ; Gotham music 
service, inc., New York. 3026 

Evening in Paris ; waltz, by B. Fo- 
meen and Jack Press, of Russia, 
domiciled at New York; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3413; Basil 
Fomeen, New York. 3027 

Evening song; by Frances Brockett 
Kellogg: pf. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 18: E pub. 3581; Willis music 
co.. Cincinnati. 3028 

Eventide ; by L. B. Turney, tran- 
scribed by Alfred H. Wertheim ; 
violin and pf . © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 6; E pub. 3395; Edward Schu- 
berth & co., inc., New York. 3029 

Everlasting life is free : hymn, words 
by Hal Homer, music arr. by B. B. 
McKinney. (In Revival songs) © 
Jan. 15. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3759; Robert Henrv Coleman. Dal- 
las. 3030 

Every moon's a honeymoon with you ; 
fox-trot, words and music by Dale 
Wiinbrow ; pf . and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 8. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 9: E pub. 
3320; Loyal B. Curtis, New York. 

3031 



Every Saturday night; words and mu- 
sic by Beatrice James [pseud, of B. 
G. Pollak] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 
4102 ; Beatrice Gertrude Pollak, New 
York. 3032 

Evighetstanker ; dikt av Marie Knudt- 
zon, musik av Inga Laerum Liebich, 
of Norway, op. 53. © Dec. 12, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; E for. 2869; 
Norsk musikforlag, Oslo, Norway. 

3033 

Excuse my ravin' 'bout my Caroline; 
words by Max C. Freedman, music 
by J. Kopf and Don Travaline. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Feb. 
2. 1929; E unp. 3364; Jack Kopf, 
Philadelphia. 3034 

Fabliau; scene agreste, par Frederic 
Le Rey, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2470 ; 
J. Yves Krier, Paris. 3035 

Face (A) in a star above me; words 
by R. Gibson, music by S. Marco 
and J. Finke, jr. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1929; E unp. 3940; Sano Marco, 
New York. John Finke, jr., Ravena, 
N. Y.. and Ross Gibson. Portland. 
Or. 3036 

Face to face; sacred song, words and 
music by Herbert Johnson, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus. 1. Mixed voices. 
2. Male voices. 4to. © Feb. 25, 
1929; 2 c. each Feb. 25; E pub. 
3668, 3669 ; Peate's music house, inc., 
Utica, N. Y. 3037,3038 

Faded (A) rose, to bring back 
thoughts of yesterday ; words by O. 
L. Hubbert, music by O. L. Hubbert 
and Ernest Hubbert ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by E. Hubbert. © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929 ; E unp. 3536 ; Ollie Lee 
Hubbert, Los Angeles. 3039 

Faim (La) ; by W. B. Shimp ; pf. and 
violin. © Dec. 20, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
23: E pub. 3654; William Bennett 
Shimp, Paris. 3040 

Fair Santa Barbara : words and mu- 
sic by S. W. Hollowell. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929 : E unp. 3642 ; Stella Watts 
Hollowell. Santa Barbara. Calif. 

3041 

Fairies' (The) forest; unison song, 
words by Margaret G. Rhodes, mu- 
sic by George Rathbone. of Great 
Britain. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 18 : E for. 2711 : Novello & co., 
ltd.. London. 3042 



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Fairy scenes ; by A. M. Virgil, op. 114 ; 
pf. New York, Virgil piano school 
co. © Feb. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
E pub. 3567: Antha M. Virgil, New 
York. 3043 

Fammi dormire ; versi di P. Iannac- 
cone, musica di M. Romagnoli. 
[Words and melody onlyl 8vo. © 
Jan. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 
3589; Mario Romagnoli and Pietro 
Iannaccone, Philadelphia. 3044 

Fancy (The) tree; by Arthur Baynon, 
of Great Britain; pf. 1. Elves 
dance. [4 others] © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 27; E for. 2856; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 3045 

Fanny Lee ; waltz song, words and 
music by Fred Meyer ; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
7; E pub. 3665; Fred Meyer, Chi- 
cago. 3046 

Fantasy on Russian airs for string 
quartet ; based on Glinka's Kamarin- 
skaia. by G. Besrodny. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1929 ; E unp. 3863 ; Gregory Bes- 
rodny, Long Island, N. Y. 3047 

Fantome; piece caracteristique. de 
Paul Pierne, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and violin 1 con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2808; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 3048 

Far-a-way eyes : words and music by 
R. F. Glick. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3714; Ruth Fridman Glick, 
Cincinnati. 3049 

Fast jeden abend stehe ich vor deiner 
wohnung ; slow-fox, aus Das siisse 
geheimnis, text von Alfred Brieger, 
musik von Kurt Zorlig, of Germany, 
arr. von Hartwig v. Platen, of Ger- 
many ; orch. pts., with pf . conductor. 
4to. © Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 2; 
E for. 2533 ; Musikverlag City, Leip- 
zig. 3050 

Father, in Thy mysterious presence ; 
anthem, words by Samuel Jobnson, 
music by J. Sebastian Matthews and 
H. Alexander Matthews ; sop. solo 
;ind cho. of mixed voices; organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; 
E pub. 3483 ; Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 3051 

Father Mississippi ; theme song for 
Show boat, lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, 
music by Harry Akst. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3531 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 3052 



Father, teach us : sacred soncr. text 
anon., music by Maddalena Heryer 
Akers ; pf. or organ ace. ; high, in F. 
© Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
pub. 3664; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 3053 

Faure (Gabriel) Andantino ; rev. by 
Georges Barrere, of France, domi- 
ciled at New York; flute or violin. 
with pf. ace. © Jan. 31, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 4: E pub. 3259; G. Schirmer. 
inc.. New York. 3054 

Favolette morali : per canto solo o 
mand., parole di Peppino Mendes, 
.musica di Vittorio Mascheroni. of 
Italy. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 30; E for. 2538; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 3055 

Fedel ti sono ; by M. Loguercio. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29. 1928; E 
unp. 2366 ; Michael Loguercio, Brook- 
lyn. 3056 

Feerie-ballet ; suite choregraphique 
pour orch., avec pf. conducteur, par 
Gabriel Par§s, of France, pts. 1. 
Prineesse Mvrtil. [3 others] © 
Jan. 5, 1929 J 1 c. Jan. 31; E for. 
2467; Editions musicales Sam Fox. 
Paris. 3057 

Fe^citv : mood bv Walter Rolfe : pf. 
© Jan. 31, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 4 : E pub. 
3256; G. -Schirmer, inc.. New York. 

3058 

Feo (El) ; corrido mexicano, words 
and music by Felipin Turieh, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Los Angeles. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 8 : E pub. 3407 ; Dionisio Acosta. 
Los Angeles. 3059 

Festum omnium sanctorum : cycle 
apres la PentecSte, pour grand orgue, 
par Charles Tournemire. of France, 
op. 57. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31. 1929; E for. 2418: Heugel, Paris. 

3060 

Fete et cortege : petite suite pour orch., 
avec pf. conducteur. par Gabriel 
ParSs, of France. 4to. © Dee. 31, 
1928 : 1 c. Jam 31, 1929 : E for. 2462 ; 
Editions musicales Sam Fox. Paris. 

3061 

Fete provenonle: trio for beginners, 
par E. Soubeyran, of France, op. 30, 
revision par G. Bardout ; violon, vio- 
loncelle et pf . © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2422; Rouart, 
Lerolle et cie., Paris. 3062 

Feudal knights; by Cedric W. Le- 
mont; pf. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 



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Feb. 19 ; B pub. 3611 : Irving Berlin 
standard music corp., New York. 

3063 
Feuilles (Les) mortes; valse lente, par 
Pablo Labor, of France; string quin- 
tet, with pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2769 ; Editions Cicada, Paris. 3064 

Fevrier (Henry) Une idylle ; par 
Henry Fevrier, of France ; odeon 
and salonorch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor and violin 1 conductor. 4to. 
© Feb. IS. 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 
2644; Aug. Cranz, G. m. b. H., Leip- 
zig. 3065 

Fickenscher (Arthur) Three French 
folk songs ; English version by Edith 
C. Fickenscher, music a it. by A. 
Fickenscher ; male voices. 4to. 1. 
Long live Henrv fourth. [2 others.] 
© Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; E pub. 
3596; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

3066 

Fievet (Paul) Deux pieces sympho- 
niques ; pour petit orch., par P. 
Fievet, of France, pts. 1. Interlude. 
[1 other] © Dec. 31. 1928: 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2449 ; Editions 
musicales Evette, Paris. 3067 

Fior di Spagua ; waltz, by Alberto 
Rizzi ; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3891 ; Apollo music co., 
Brooklyn. 3068 

Fioretta ; from the musical comedy, 
lyric and music by G. Romilli. © 
Feb. 13. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 
3469 ; Bobbins music corp., New 
York. 3069 

Firecrackers; by Donald Thorne, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Dec. 13, 192S ; 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E for. 2863; 
Campbell, Connelly & co., London. 

3070 

Fireman's life ; words and music by P. 
Martorano. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 
3441; Peter Martorano, Garfield, 
X. J. 3071 

First lessons in counterpoint ; by 
Thomas Keighley, of Great Britain. 
8vo. © Jan. 16, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E for. 2567 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 3072 

First melody book ; simplified and com- 
piled for violin class instruction, by 
O. S. Colbentson; with pf. ace. © 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 3732: 
Oliver S. Colbentson, Chicago. 3073 

First (The) rose of springtime; words 
by H. Hendrickson, music by Her- 
bert Leslie. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; 



E unp. 4099; Henry Hendrickson, 
Kansas City, Mo. 3074 

Fisher's (The) widow; words by Ar- 
thur Symons, music by Clara Ed- 
wards; med. or high voice. © Jan. 
28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 3245; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 3075 

Flamische idyllen : ein zyklus von 
neun stiicken, nach gedichten von 
Guido Gezelle, fur klavier von Eugen 
Bodart, of Germany, op. 2. © Jan. 

5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; E for. 2633; 
F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig. 3076 

Flames ; words by Mary Aldis, music 
by Winifred E. McGee. © Feb. 10, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3278; 
Winifred E. McGee, Ceres, Calif. 

3077 

Flapper land ; words and music by J. 

E. Wilson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 
3965; J. E. Wilson, Long Beach, 
Calif. 3078 

Fleeting hours ; valse caprice, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, op. 442; pf. © Feb. 

6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3216; 
Irving Berlin standard music corp., 
New York. 3079 

Fleischmann (Otto) Canzonetta ; von 
Otto Fleischmann, of Germany, op. 
88, bearb. von J. Sakom : violon- 
cello u. pf. © Jan. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 22 ; E for. 2290 ; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 3080 

Fleurette ; words by Billy Rose, music 
by Fred Fisher and Louis Silvers. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3438; Irving 
Berlin, inc., New York. 3081 

Flor silvestre ; tango, paroles argen- 
tines de Antonio Viergol, musique de 
Manuel Joves, of Spain, ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert ; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 : E for. 2796 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 3082 

Florecita de una cumbre ; words and 
music by Simon G. Casas, of Mex- 
ico ; pf. [Photostat] © Jan. 11, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3435 ; Dio- 
nisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 3083 

Florestine des Alpes ; valse, par I. 

Snoek, of Netherlands, op. 120 ; orch. 

pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 

Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 

E for. 2756; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

3084 
Florida moon ; words and music by 

F. Martinez, jr. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; 
E unp. 3861 ; Frank Martinez, jr., 
Clearwater, Fla. . 3085 



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Flower of May ; words by G. Romilli, 
music by G. Bagby. ©1c. Feb. 18. 
1929: E imp. 4100: George Bagby, 
New York. 3086 

Flowers of memory ; chant sans pa- 
roles, by Percy Elliott, of Great Brit- 
ain : pf . © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
15 : E for. 2659 ; Metzler & co. (1920) 
ltd., London. 3087 

Folks (The) at home sweet home; 
words and music by L. Engelkes. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3822; Lavere 
Engelkes, Britton, S. D. 3088 

Follow a big cigar : comedy one step, 
words and music by C. Jay Wallace 
and Raymond Wallace, both of Great 
Britain; pf. and ukulele ace. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 
7. 1929: 1 c. Jan. 22; E for. 1532; 
Cambridge music co., London. 3089 

Foot-prints ; words by Monty Siegel 
and Jack Meskill, music by Pete 
Wendling: pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 21, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 21; E pub. 
3624; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 3090 

For a smile ; fox-trot, by Mirrio Rob- 
ert, of Belgium ; odeon and salon- 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor and 
violin 1 conductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 : E for. 2646 ; Aug. 
Cranz, G. m. b. PL, Leipzig. 3091 

For His love is my highest goal ; w T ords 
and music by E. W. Hall. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 3383; Earsel 
Waneta Hall, LaFayette, O. 3092 

For me ; hymn, words and music by 
H. Dautel. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 19; E pub. 3609; Hall Dautel, 
Chicago. 3093 

For remembrance; words by Fred E. 
Weatherly, music by Margaret Wool- 
mer, of Great Britain. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 2688 ; Chap- 
pell & co., ltd., London. 3094 

Forever ; words and music by E. E. 
Applegate. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 
3877; Eel. E. Applegate, Asbury 
Park. 3095 

Forever with you ; lyric by F. L. 
Cooper, jr., music by John Peter 
Sacco. [Chords single staff] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 3538 ; Frederick 
Linn Cooper, jr., New York. 3096 

Forging (The) of the anchor; pt. song, 
words by Samuel Ferguson, music 
by Humphrey J. Stewart ; men's 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. 



Feb. 4; E pub. 3484; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 3097 

Forgiveness ; love theme, by H. C. 
Fischer; melody with pf. ace. © 1 
c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 3393 ; Harry 
C. Fischer, Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 

3098 

Fountain (The) ; by Frances Terry; 
pf. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; 
E pub. 3242 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 3099 

Fountainette ; by Joseph Nussbaum ; 
pf. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 27; 
E pub. 3734; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 3100. 

Fox ( Sam ) school collection ; 3 pt. 
songs, words and music by various 
authors, with arrs. by J. S. Zamecnik: 
and Don Wilson ; sop., alto and bar. 
v. 1. 4to. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
25 ; E pub. 3691 ; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 3101 

Fox album of B flat clarinet solos ; by 
various authors; arr. with pf. ace. 
v. 1-3. 4to. © Feb. 25, 1929; c. c. 
Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3695-3607 ; Sam Fox 
pub. co., Cleveland. 3102-3104 

Fox famous folio of B flat clarinet 
solos; by Jessie L. Deppen, Walter 
E. Miles and others; arr. with pf. 
ace. v. 1. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3694 ; Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 3105 

Fraulein mama ; operette in drei akten 
von Louis Verneuil [pseud, of Louis 
Collin] unci Richard Kessler, gesangs- 
texte von R. Kessler und Willi 
Kollo, musik von Hugo Hirsch, of 
Germany ; vollstancliger klavieraus- 
zug zum dirigieren eingerichtet von 
Paul Hiihn, of Germany. © Oct. 6, 
1928; 1 c. Nov. 6; E for. 602; Drei 
masken verlag, a. g., Berlin. 3106 

Fraternity man ; words and music by 
Donald G. Robertson; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Nov. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
10 ; E pub. 3192 ; Melrose bros. music 
co., inc., Chicago. 3107 

Freshman hop ; words and music by Al 
Goering, Jack Pettis and Irving 
Mills; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3350; Mill's music, 
inc., New York. 3108 

Frivolity; caprice, by Chester Nord- 
man ; pf . © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
4; E pub. 3153; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 3109- 



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3131 



Prohsinn auf den bergen ; oberlandler. 
mit benutzung altbayerischer the- 
men. von Oscar Fetr&s, of Germany, 
op. 150; orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 23, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 12 : E for 2594 ; Anton 
J. Benjamin. Leipzig. 3110 

From morning to evening and mid- 
night to dawn ; words and music by 
J. Melbourne. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 e. Feb. 9. 1929; E unp. 
3602; John Melbourne, Ozone Park, 
N. Y.. Gus Buehl and Chris Prae- 
torius. New York. 3111 

From sunrise to sunset, from sunset 
till dawn ; words and music by Ber- 
nard McLaughlin and Jack Miller. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 26. 1929; E unp. 4056: Irving 
Berlin, inc.. New York. 3112 

^T0jx e <- a (*H) rod ^IwoeiJ.', en oTreperra Mtto- 
e/uLLKT} ayairri, ar'ixoi Op<p. Kapa/3ia, /jlov- 
cnKrj NiKoA. XaT^r)a7rocrT6\ov, of France. 
© Dec. 11. 1928: 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E for. 2541 : Alector pub. co.. New 
York. 3113 

Fuhrmannslied ; text von W. Molden- 
hauer. mnsik gesetzt fur mannerchor 
von Walther Moldenhauer. of Ger- 
many, op. 38, nr. 4. 4to. © Dec. 
31. 1927; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E for. 
2665; Karl Hochstein, Heidelberg, 
Germany. 3114 

Fumble and stumble and kiss you in 
the dark : words and music by G. 
Quirk ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1929 ; E 
unp. 4004; Gene Quirk, Mattapan, 
Mass. 3115 

Fun and frolic; galop, for cinema, by 
Joseph Engleman, of Great Britain; 
orch. pts.. with pf. conductor. © 
Nov. 20. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 
for. 2556 ; Bosworth & co., Leipzig. 

3116 

Fureur ( La ) de Neron ; melodrame, 
par Marcel Colin, of France ; orch. 
pts.. with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31. 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929 : E 
for. 2474 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 3117 

Gagelstein (Gregory) Twelve piquant 
revelations : by Gregory Stone 
[pseud, of G. Gagelstein], of Russia, 
domiciled at Chicago ; pf . © Mav 1, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; E pub. 3136 : 
Gregory Gagelstein, Chicago. 3118 

Gaity- suite: pour orch.. avec pf. con- 
ducteur. par H. de Beatti et R. Jac- 
quemont. of France, pts. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E 
for. 2463 : Editions musicales Sam 
Fox, Paris. 3119 



Gamin (Le) de Paris; paroles de Leo 
Lelievre, Henri Varna et Fernand 
Rouvray. musique de Rene Sylviano, 
of France; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2518 ; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 3120 

Garanon (El) ; words and music by 
Felipe Flores, of Mexico, domiciled 
at Los Angeles; pf. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3431 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

3121 

Garlands; classical pieces, and studies 
for beginners, by Clemence Roff, of 
Great Britain : pf. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 15 ; E for. 2833 ; Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd., London. 3122 

Garofani rossi ; by M. Loguercio ; oca- 
rina. © 1 c. Dec. 29. 1928; E unp. 
2367; Michael Loguercio. Brooklyn. 

3123 

Gaucho (El) ; tango, letra y musica de 
Tito Schipa, of Italy. © Nov. 19, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; E pub. 2640 ; 
Forster music publisher, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3124 

Gavotte ; by Richard Kountz ; organ. 
© Oct. 17, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9. 1929; 
E pub. 3314; H. W. Gray co.. New 
York. 3125 

Gay (Marion Viola) Prelude; pf. © 
1 c. Dec. 18, 1928; E unp. 3777; 
Marion Viola Gay, New York. 3126- 

Gay, sweet and jolly; by Frederic 
Groton, op. M, no. 2 : pf. © Feb. 4, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3508: G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 3127 

Gee! but I'm missing you; words and 
music by M. L. Bacon. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1929: E unp. 3972; Myron L. 
Bacon, Bayfield, Wis. 3128 

Gems for everybody ; collection, con- 
taining 10 classics, arr. by Henri 
Weber; pf. © Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 7; aff. Mar. 6; AA 11163: 
Belwin, inc., New York. 3129 

Gentille fieurette; intermezzo, par 
Jean Bernard, of France, op. 279 ; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
E for. 2388; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 3130 

Georgia ; words by Frank N. Wilson 
and Ray S. Seaton. music by F. N. 
Wilson and N. B. Lewellyn. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8. 1929: E unp. 3543; F. N. 
Wilson, Sanford, Fla„ N. B. Lewel- 
lyn and R. S. Seaton, Denver. 3131 



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Georgia gigolo ; novelty song, words 
and music by Spencer Williams and 
Howard Johnson. © Feb. 11, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3376 ; Triangle 
music pub. co., inc., New York. 

3132 

Georgia peach ; words and music by 
W. G. Pattison. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929; E unp. 3830; William G. Pat- 
tison, Palo Alto, Calif. 3133 

Geraldine ; words by Charles Tobias, 
music by El Kay ; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by May Singhi Breen. © 
Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; E pub. 
3133 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

3134 

Gespenster-marsch ; by Edgar Dame, of 
Belgium ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor and violin 1 direction. 4to. 
© Aug. 2, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E for. 2552; Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 3135 

Gethsemane; sacred song, words and 
music by George Rittenhouse ; in A 
min. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 5; 
E pub. 3161 ; Bobbins music corp., 
New York. 3136 

Gia to meraki sou ; composer anon., 
, words and arr. of music by Tetos 
Demetriades, of Turkey, domiciled 
at New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3554; Tetos music store, New York. 

3137 
Giglio fiorito; by M. Loguercio. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928 ; E 
unp. 2368; Michael Loguercio, 
Brooklyn. 3138 

Gin and It; fox trot, by Harry Par- 
sons, of France; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Nov. 20, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2400; H. 
Benjamin, Paris. 3139 

Ginger snaps ; intermezzo, by Rosario 
Bourdon ; pf . © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 29; E pub. 2582; Plarms, inc., 
New York. 3140 

Giovanna ; lyric by J. A. J. Miller, mu- 
sic by Al A. Erkert [i. e. Albert A. 
Erkert] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E 
unp. 3423; Joseph A. J. Miller, 
Philadelphia. 3141 

Girl (A) for every month; words and 
music by Robert S. Armbruster. © 
Jan. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 
3520; George M. Miles productions. 
New York. 3142 

Girls' two-part choruses; composed, 
arr. and ed. by Marion Moore and 
J. A. Parks ; sop. and alto. 4to. © 



Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 7; aff. Jan. 
14; A 2853; J. A. Parks co., York, 
Neb. 3143 

Git-wit-it; by S. J. Arodin. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 
3655 ; Sidney J. Arodin, New Or- 
leans. 3144 

Giuliano; 2. fantasia, di R. Zandonai, 
riduzione per orchestrina con pf. 
conduttore di Arturo De Cecco, of 
Italy, pts. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 16 ; E for. 2729 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 3145 

Give a man a horse he can ride; 2 pt. 
song for boys voices, words by 
James Thomson, music by Geoffrey 
OTIara. 4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 12; E pub. 3382; R. L. Hunt- 
zinger, inc., New York. 3146 

Give me love; words by M. J. Mary, 
music by Sylvester Long Cross. © 

1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3934; M. 
J. Mary, Boise, Id. 3147 

Give me sweet dreamland with a won- 
derful one like you ; words and mu- 
sic by Tommie Jackson [i. e. T. 
Jackson] New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
17; E pub. 3184; Thomas Jackson, 
Sumter, S. C. 3148 

Give up to Jesus; hymn, words and 
music by A. N. Bostrom. (In Good 
tidings, v. 4, no. 10, Oct., 1927) © 
Oct. 14, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 
pub. 3685; Albert N. Bostrom, Mc- 
Allen, Tex. 3149 

Give your little baby lots of lovin' ; 
fox-trot song, lyric by Dolly Morse, 
music by Joe Burke, arr. by Walter 
C. Simon ; Feistyle pianorgan. © 
Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 
3605 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

3150 

Glenn (The) glee club book for girls; 
collection of forty-two songs, ed. by 
Mabelle Glenn and Virginia French. 
4to. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. and aff. 
Mar. 5; AA 11194; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 3151 

Gloriana ; words by A. Bellany, music 
by Luther A. Clark. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 27; E pub. 3738; Annette 
Bellany, San Francisco. 3152 

Glories of summer ; Children's day 
pageant-service for the Sunday 
school, pageant by M. A. G. Eding- 
ton, words by Lizzie DeArmond and 
others, music by John J. Thomas, 



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3174 



Clarence Nevin and others. 8vo. © 
Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; D pub. 
27459; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

3153 
Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) An- 
gels guard thee; berceuse, written 
by S. J. Reilly. composed by B. 
, Godard, arr. as a duet by Ernest 
Newton, of Great Britain ; sop. and 
bar. [English and French text] © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 26: E for. 
2532; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., Lon- 
don. 3154 

God's heaven ; hymn, words and music 
by Luther G. Presley. © Jan. 3, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 3710; 
Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hartford, 
Ark. 3155 

God's messenger; poem by Ella A. 
Abbott, music by Herbert A. Strout. 
© Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E 
pub. 2083 ; E. Morris music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 3156 

Goin' back to Texas ; words and music 
by C. J. Robison. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3923 ; Carson J. Robison, 
New York. 3157 

Goin' south blues ; words by Selma 
Davis [pseud, of Aletha Dickerson], 
music by Elzadie Robinson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3570; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3158 

Goin' to quit that runnin' around ! 
words and music by W. R. Hodgin. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 26. 1929 ; E unp. 4053 ; Willard 
Randolph Hodgin, New York. 3159 

Goin" to town ; by Duke Ellington and 
Bub Miley; pf. © Jan. 29, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3366; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 3160 

Going through ; hymn, words by Hal 
Homer, music by B. B. McKinney. 
(In Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3750; 
Robert Henry Coleman, Dallas. 

3161 

Going thru Gethsemane ; sacred song, 
words and music by W. N. Miles. 
8vo. © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; 
E pub. 3588; Wilbur N. Miles, Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 3162 

Golden days; arpeggio waltz, by B. 
Percy James ; pf . Boston-New 
York, Evans music co. © Feb. 18, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3661; 
M. T. Evans, Boston. 3163 



Golden memories ; suite, by Margaret 
Meadows, of Great Britain; pf. 
1. Golden days. [4 others] © Jan. 
16, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; E for. 2548; 
Warren & Phillips, London. 3164 

Good counsel ; words from a Balade by 
Geoffrey Chaucer, music by Herbert 
Howells, of Great Britain. 4to. © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; E for. 
2713; Hawkes & son (London) ltd., 
London. 3165 

Good morning — good evening — good 
night; words and music by Abner 
Silver. Al Sherman and Al Lewis. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4074; Irving 
Berlin, inc., New York. 3166 

Good night little sweetheart; words 
by P. Baxter, music by P. Baxter 
and Dick O'Kane. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3576; Phil Baxter, 
Kansas City, Mo. 3167 

Got the blue blues ; words by Al. 
Koppell, music by Frank Galassi. 
© Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E 
pub. 3348 ; Mills music, inc., New 
York. 3168 

Graded tenor banjo method ; by A. T. 
Cremin. bk. 1. © July 14, 1928; 
2 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; aff. Aug. 6, 1928 ; 
AA 4376; Arthur T. Cremin, New 
York. 3169 

Grande (La) porte de Kiev; extrait 
des Tableaux d'une exposition, par 
M. Moussorgsky, transcrit pour 
grand-orgue par Leonce de Saint- 
Martin, of France. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2393; 
W. Bessel et cie., Paris. 3170 

Great (The) event; hymn, words by 
G. O. Vikan, music by Uno N. 
Brauer. © Dec. 18, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
31; E pub. 3772; Gilbert O. Vikan, 
N. D. 3171 

Green's (George Hamilton) xylophone 
solos of famous Sam Fox successes ; 
arr. by G. H. Green. © Feb. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 27; E pub. 3733; 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 3172 

Greetings; by Cedric W. Lemont ; pf. 
© Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 19; E 
pub. 3612; Irving Berlin standard 
music corp., New York. 3173 

Greyhounds (The) ; galop, for cinema, 
by Joseph Engleman, of Great 
Britain ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. © Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1929; E for. 2557; Bosworth & 
co., Leipzig. 3174 



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Grievement bless§; scene dramatique, 
par F. July, of France ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2761; F. July, Paris. 3175 

Griselle (Thomas) Two American 
sketches ; pf. a. Nocturne. [1 other] 
© Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E 
pub. 3732 ; Bobbins music corp., New 
York. 3176 

Grosse (Die) liebe kommt nur einmal 
im leben — ; slow-fox, worte von 
Fritz Rotter, musik von Hans May, 
of Austria. © Oct. 16, 1928; 1 c. 
Nov. 15; E for. 703; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 3177 

Grown-up baby ; words by M. Elizalde 
and C. J. Edwards, music by Fred 
Elizalde, of Spain; pf. and ukulele 
ace. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 6, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; 
E for. 2838 ; Cambridge music co., 
London. 3178 

Gruesome nights ; by Ise Joels, of Hol- 
land ; pf . © Nov. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
28 ; E pub. 3404 ; Sonnemann music 
co., inc., New York. 3179 

Grzechotka; polka, by W. Podosek. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4046; Walter Podosek, Cam- 
den, N. J. 3180 

Guess who ; fox-trot ballad, words and 
music by Morey Davidson and Sam- 
my Watkins, arr. by Walter C. 
Simon ; Feistyle pianorgan. © Feb. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E pub. 3730 ; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 3181 

Gypsy; fox-trot, music by Matt Mal- 
neck and Frank Signorelli, arr. by 
O. Sciacca ; full military band pts. 
obi. 24mo. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; E pub. 3222; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 3182 

Gypsy; fox-trot song, by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert, Matt Malneck and Frank 
Signorelli, arr. by Walter C. Simon ; 
Feistyle pianorgan. © Feb. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 3604; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 3183 

Gypsy (The) band; danza ungherese, 
by C. Adolf o Bossi, of Italy ; violin 
and pf. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
14 ; E pub. 3556 ; Theodore Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 3184 

Gypsy queen ; words by Fred Johnson, 
music by D. P. Stuart. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3351 ; Dever Payne Stuart, 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 3185 



Habanera ; de Novia, par Roger Jenoc, 
of France; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2784; Paul De- 
courcelle, Paris. 3186 

Hace un ano ; danza, words and music 
by Alfredo Reza, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso. [Photostat] © 
Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3442; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

3187 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) A collec- 
tion of Handel's songs; selected and 
eel. by Walter Ford, of Great Brit- 
ain, with pf. aces, by Rupert Erie- 
bach, of Great Britain. 4to. v. 1, 
light sop. — v. 4, contralto. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 1929: 
E for. 2667, 2668 ; Boosey & co., ltd., 
London. 3188, 3189 

Variationen liber G. F. Handels 

Tochter Zion, freue dich; fur orgel, 
von Alfred Hottinger, of Germany. 
© Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; E for. 
2632; F. E. 0. Leuckart, Leipzig. 

3190 

Hail, King Eternal ; sacred song, 
words and music by Bernard Ham- 
blen ; high voice, in C. © Feb. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 3594; 
Harms, inc., New York. 3191 

Hallelujah no more blues; fox trot, 
words by D. Bervey, music by Ray 
Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 3937; Dora Bervey, Chicago. 

3192 

Hark ! I hear a strain of music ; Easter 
anthem, words by Eliza M. Sherman, 
music by Eduardo Marzo ; 3 pt. cho. 
of women's voices, with sop. solo; 
organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 24, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3240; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York. 3193 

Hark, what mean those holy voices ; 
Christmas anthem, music by Her- 
bert J. Tily ; mixed voices ; organ 
ace. 4to. © Oct. 25, 1927; 2 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 3301; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 3194 

Harmonica music ; by H. Watanuki, 
of Japan, domiciled at Los Angeles. 
Tokio. Japan, Minosuke Ito. 12mo. 
© July 12, 1927; 1 c. Nov. 10, 1 c. 
Dec. 5; A — Foreign 739; Homare 
Watanuki, Los Angeles. 3195 

Harvest moon ; words by W. Hall, mu- 
sic by Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 3931 ; William 
Hall, Seattle. 3196 



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Haunted (The) flame: by George Dun- 
bar Shewell; pf. © Feb. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14 : E pub. 3558 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 3197 

Have a sunny smile each day ; hymn, 
Words by Edgar Jackson, music by 
Claude Patron Ganus. (In Jewels 
of glory) © Dec. 1, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 
23. 1929: E pub. 3264: Claude P. 
Ganus, Birmingham, Ala. 3198 

Hawaiian melodies : words and music 
by L. Red Hawk [i. e. Leonard 
HawkJ and J. Macario, jr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929 : E imp. 3G23 ; Leonard 
Hawk and Joe Macario, jr., Hono- 
lulu. 3199 

Hawaiian sandman ; words by Charles 
O'Flynn. music by F. Henri Klick- 
niann. © Feb. 23. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
27; E pub. 3774; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 3200 

Same. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 

unp. 3525 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 3201 

Hawkes (The) photo-play series; 
piano album no. 20, by Raymond S. 
C. Bennet, of Great Britain, no. 
115. The dark intruder. [5 others] 
© Dec. 7, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 21 ; E for. 
2697; Hawkes & son (London) ltd., 
London. 3202 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Humoresque; 
for motion pictures arr. by A. Fas- 
sio ; pf. conductor. © Dec. 26, 1928 ; 
2 c. Dec. 27; E pub. 3168; A. Fas- 
sio, New York. 3203 

He can save me too ; hymn, words and 
music by N. B. Vandall. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3324 ; Lil- 
lenas pub. co., Indianapolis. 3204 

He has gone to Kumbaccoola ; words 
and music by Fred Manville, of 
Great Britain. © Nov. 3, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Nov. 22; E for. 2583; Nash & sons, 
Cambridge, England. 3205 

He ransomed me ; hymn, words and 
music by Burl Sparks. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3323 ; Lil- 
lenas pub. co., Indianapolis. 3206 

He's smiling through ; sacred duet, 
words and music by H. Burns, arr. 
by Arthur Smith. © Feb. 13, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 3599; Harriet 
Burns, Beresford, S. D. 3207 

He's the best friend I can find ; hymn, 
words and music by E. Boone. © 
Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3207 ; Edward Boone. Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 3208 



He told me to think of a number ; 
words by Dan O. Scott and Geo. 
Crump, m v isie by Will Hyde, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by Charles Hanley. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Dec. 
28, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2658 ; Music pub. co., ltd., London. 

3209 

Hearts in Dixie ; theme song from the 
photoplay, lyric by Walter Weems, 
music by Howard Jackson. © Feb. 
1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3214; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 3210 

Heaving (The) of the lead; old naval 
song, words by W. Pearce, music 
arr. by Alec Rowley, of Great Brit- 
ain; 2 treble voices. 4to. © Jan. 
23, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 4; E for. 2692; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 3211 

Heigh-ho everybody, heigh-ho ; words 
and music by Harry Woods. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929; E unp. 3969; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc., New York. 3212 

Helden-parade ; marsch, von H. L. 
Blankenburg, op. 190, arr. von Leo- 
pold Weninger, of Austria ; orch. 
pts. 4to. © Jan. 17, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E for. 2580; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 3213 

Hello my Josephine, my Joe dear; 
words and music by C. M. Kay. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 3960 ; Carolyn 
Margarite Kay, Omaha, Neb. 3214 

Hello sunshine hello ; words by Charles 
Tobias and Jack Murray, music by 
Henry H. Tobias. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 15 ; E pub. 3467 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New 
York. 3215 

Hello sweetie ; words by Bob Schafer, 
music by Joseph A. Cirina ; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 19; E pub. 3610; Al. Pianta- 
dosi, New York. 3216 

Henries Ford ; words and music by 
M. E. Livingston. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929; E unp. 3747; Mary Elisabeth 
Livingston, Sedro Wolley, Wash. 

3217 

Her name is Helen; words and music 
by Larry Fish, jr. [i. e. L. C. Fish, 
jr.] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3618; 
Lawrence C. Fish, jr.. Brooklyn. 

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Herbert (The) Hoover march; by P. 
F. Damm ; pf . © Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 6 ; E pub. 3167 ; Peter F. Damm, 
Dover, N. H. 3219 

Here comes the bride ; words and mu- 
sic by Harold Christy and Charles 
Rosoff. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3873; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 3220 

Here comes the bride; words and mu- 
sic by Howard Jackson and Walter 
Weems. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 3527; 
Fox film Corp., New York. 3221 

Here I go; lyrics and music by F. 
Pruslin. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3439; 
Frank Pruslin, Brooklyn. 3222 

Heut' hab' ich premiere bei einer 
schonen f rau ! lied und boston, 
worte von Fritz Rotter, musik von 
Richard Tauber, of Germany. © 
Dec. 14, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2576 ; Alrobi musikverlag, G. 
m. b. H., Berlin. . 3223 

Hiding; words by Mat Freedman [i. 
e. M. Freedman], music by Cy Cot- 
ler [i. e. S. Cotler] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3974 ; Simon Cotler, New 
York, and Matilda Freedman, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 3224 

High ( The ) flyer ; words and music 
by F. H. Carlson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3376 ; Francis H. Carlson, Bal- 
four, N. D. 3225 

High up on a hill-top; fox-trot, music 
by Abel Baer, Ian Campbell and 
George Whiting, arr. by O. Sciacca ; 
full military band pts. obi. 24mo. 
© Jan. 30. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E 
pub. 3223 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

; ' 3226 

Hiking; 3 pt. school cho., words and 
music by William Baines ; sop., alto 
and bass. 4to. © Feb. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3550; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 3227 

Hipp-i-ty hop; by George Hamilton 
Green; pf. © Feb. 25, 1929: 2 c. 
25; E pub. 3693; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 3228 

His journey's end: words by Frank 
Luther, music by C. J. Robison. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19. 1029; E unp. 3857: Carson 
J. Robison, New York. 3229 



His resurrection ; service of responses 
for celebration of Easter, words by 
Elsie Duncan Yale, music by J. Lin- 
coln Hall. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3334; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 3230 

Hit-ta-ditty low down ; words and mu- 
sic by Frankie Jaxon. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; 
E unp. 3698 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3231 

Hob a hartz ; words by Anshel Schorr, 
music by Sholom Secunda. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929 ; E unp. 4106 ; Samuel Secunda, 
Brooklyn. 3232 

Hokum boys from Tennesee [ ! ] ; words 
and music by T. Dorsey. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929 ; E unp. 4089 ; Thomas Dorsey, 
Chicago. 3233 

Hold it boy ; by Clarence Jones. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3560; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 3234 

Holiday pictures; suite, by Margaret 
Meadows, of Great Britain; pf. 1. 
The caveman's dance. [4 others] © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; E for. 
2821; Warren & Phillips, London. 

3235 

Hollandisches volksleben ; klavier- 
stiicke von Julius Rontgen, of Ger- 
many, op. 91. heft 2. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 20; E for. 2817; D. 
Rahter, Leipzig. 3236 

Holland ; duet or 2 pt. school cho., mu- 
sic by George Byron Adams. 4to. 
© Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 
3540 ; Theodore Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts; 
sanctus, from the Heroic symphony, 
by Hans Huber, arr. by Clarence 
Dickinson; sop. or ten. solo, with 
cho. of mixed voices, 4to. © Feb. 
2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3144: 
H. W. Gray co.. New York. 3238 

Home sweet home for two ; words and 
music by S. W. Hollowell. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3641; Stella 
Watts Hollowell, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 3239 

Honey (The) and the bee; words by 
E. M. Lyttleton, music by Robt. H. 
Brennen. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 3353: 
Eva M. Lyttleton. Hartford. 3240 



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3261 



Honevcomb harmonv ; by Spencer Wil- 
liams: pf. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E 
unp. 3795; Triangle music pub. co., 
inc.. New York. 3241 

Honeymoon soon ; words and music 
by R. L. McCanon. Mitchell, South 
Dakota. Custer battlefield hi-way 
headquarters. [Mimeograph] © 
Feb. 1. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 8: E pub. 
3269 : R. L. McCanon. Mitchell. S. D. 

3242 

Honky tonk lnllabye ; words and mu- 
sic by Neil Moret. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3575 : Villa Moret, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 3243 

Honolulu (The) beach boy blues: lyric 
by Billy Male [i. e. W. H. Male], 
music by Leonard Hawk. © Oct. 
31. 1928 : 2 c. Dec. 31 ; E pub. 3169 ; 
William Henry Male. Honolulu. 

3244 

Hop-off; words by Minnie I. Hodapp, 
music by S. J. Jepperson : with yio- 
lin obbl. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E 
unp. 3902 ; Samuel J. Jepperson. Los 
Angeles. 3245 

Hora (La) trece ; tango, par Jose M. 
Lucchesi. arr. par Ph. Pares, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Jan. 5. 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31; E for. 2464; Editions musicales 
Sam Fox, Paris. 3246 

Hostellerie (L') de la yertu ; operette 
en 3 actes. liyret et lyrics de Jean 
Guitton. musique de Henry Verdun, 
of France. Voice and pf. sc. © 
Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
D pub. 27446; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 3247 

Hot chocolate ; lyric by Dorothy 
Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by M. 
Kalua. © Jan. 29. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 
11; E pub. 3346; Mills music, inc., 
New York. 3248 

Hot peppers : melody by H. Egbert. © 
1 c. Feb. 23. 1929; E unp. 3947; 
Harry Egbert. Queens Village. L. I., 
N. Y. 3249 

Hotsy-totsy hose, going to town ; by J. 
H. Linton : melody, with pf . ace. © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 : E unp. 3870 ; Jack 
Hartman Linton. Beechhurst, White- 
stone, L. I., N. Y. 3250 

How can I know ; words by N. S. Rag- 
land, melodic completion by Casper 
Nathan. New York City, Frank j 
Harding. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. i 



Jan. 37; E pub. 31S5 ; Nina S. Rag- 
land, Eudora, Ark. 3251 

How can I learn to loye someone else, 
when there's no one else but you; 
words and music by Al. Dynes [i. e. 
A. A. Dynes] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3541 ; Alexander Aloysius Dynes, 
Jersey City. 3252 

How can I show I loye you : words 
and music by E. P. Wrubel. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929 : E unp. 3488 ; Elias Paul Wru- 
bel, Middletown, Conn. 3253 

How d'ja do; words and music by 
Frank Lynch. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E imp. 
3591; Irying Berlin, inc., New York. 

3254 

How do I know ; hymn, words and 
music by B. B. McKinney. {In Re- 
yiyal songs) © Jan. 15, 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3760 ; Robert Henry 
Coleman, Dallas. 3255 

How far is it to Bethlehem? Christ- 
mas anthem, words by Frances Ches- 
terton, music by Richard Donoyan ; 
women's yoices; organ ace. 4to. © 
Oct. 14, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
pub. 3306: H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3256 

How it hurts to loye a girl like you ; 
words and music by O. F. Angell. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3539: Oscar 
Franklyn Angell, Long Beach, Calif. 

3257 

Hoy\- long, how long blues ; no. 3, words 
by Leroy Carr, music by Leroy Carr 
and J. M. Williams. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb'. 13, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3712 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3258 

How much of that can I stand ; words 
and music by Gladys Bentley. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4009; J. C. 
Johnson, New York. 3259 

How to play the trumpet ; by Fred H. 
Pitt. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 20; A int. 12348; John E. Dal- 
las and sons, ltd., London. 3260 

Hula hula lullaby; words and music 
by Chick Endor, Harry Steinberg, 
Ray Benson and the Duncan sisters ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Charles 
Hanley. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions.] © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1929 : E pub. 3475 ; Music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 3261 



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Huldreslaat (Hulderdance) ; by Agathe 
Backer Grondahl, of Norway, arr. 
by A. Andersen Wingar, of Norway ; 
salon orch. pts. 4to. © Sept. 10, 
1928; 1 c. Nov. 3; E 582; Norsk 
musikforlag, Oslo, Norway. 3262 

Humiliavit seniet ipsum (He took an 
humble form upon Him) ; motet, by 
W. A. Pickard-Cambridge, of Great 
Britain, op. 18, "no. 2 ; mixed voices. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 4to. © 
Jan. 31. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 1; E for. 
2382; W. A. Pickard-Cambridge, Ox- 
ford, England. 3263 

Humoresque ; von Alex. De Taeye, of 
Belgium ; odeon and salon orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and violin 1 con- 
ductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E for. 2655; Aug. Cranz, 
G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3264 

Hungarian dance; by Gladys Cumber- 
land, of Great Britain ; percussion 
band, with pf. conductor, child con- 
ductor's sc, and pf. duet, violin ad 
lib. © Jan. 21, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; 
E 'for. 2547; Warren & Phillips, 
London. 3265 

Hunting (A) song; male cho,, words 
and music by F. L. Cunningham. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 3753; Frank 
Lewis Cunningham, Los Angeles. 

3266 

rynyjiKa-i3-KOJioMHHKOB (Hutzulka - ez. 
kolomyjkow) ; words and music by 
G. Apolsky. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
3621 ; George Apolsky, Detroit. 3267 

Hymn for St. Joseph of Arimathea ; 
by H. W. van Couenhoven, plain 
song melody, alternate verses set to 
music by Reginald Mills Silby. © 
Feb. 20. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 
3635 ; Herbert Woodhull van Couen- 
hoven, New York. 3268 

Hymn to liberty ; by G. Ad. Uthmann, 
English words and arrangement for 
mixed voices by Herman Koehler. 
4to. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; 
E pub. 3401 ; Orbis music pub. co., 
New York. 3269 

Hymne erotique ; esquisse sympho- 
nique, par Amedee Reuchsel, of 
France ; orch, pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2482; J. Yves 
Krier, Paris. 3270 

I ain't scared of you ; words and music 
by L. Morton. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929 ; 



E unp. 3670; Leroy Morton, New 
York. 3271 

I am not lonesome when my memories 
are of you ; words and music by R. 
Merriwell. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 
3380 ; Robert Merriwell, Welles, Nev. 

3272 

I am so glad you love me; words by 
G. Ginther, music by Walter New- 
comer. New York City, Frank Har- 
ding. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
17 ; E pub. 3189 ; Grace Ginther, St. 
Louis. 3273 

I believe in dreams ; words by N. Con- 
ney, music by K. H. Baker. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1928; E unp. 3417; Keith H. Baker, 
Oshkosh, Wis., and Nat Conney, Mil- 
waukee. 3274 

I belong to you ; theme song, words 
by Jo Trent, music by D. Savino. © 

1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 3400 ; Rob- 
bins music Corp., New York. 3275 

I can find Him everywhere ; hymn, 
words and music by A. H. Ackley. 
(In Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb, 11: E pub. 3749; 
Robert H. Coleman, Dallas. 3276 

I can tell you ; fox-trot, by Georges 
W. Larazay, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and words. Edi- 
tions Costallat. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2767 ; 
Lucien de Lacour, Paris. • 3277 

I cannot afford to miss heaven ; sacred 
song, words and music by Dorothy 
Dobbins Dake. © Jan. 15, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 27; E pub. 3783; Finis 
Jennings Dake, Tulsa, Okl. 3278 

I'd like to love someone like you ; 
words by Troy Perkins, music by 
A. O. Willis. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 3997 ; Augustus Odell Willis, 
Bowling Green, Ky. 3279 

I don't care what you call me, if you 
don't call me down ; words and mu- 
sic by M. P. Hemphill. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; 
E unp. 3823 ; Marcus P. Hemphill, 
Oklahoma City. 3280 

I don't mind the rain drops ; words 
and music by Larry Fish, jr. [i. e. 
L. C. Fish, jr.] [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
unp. 3589 ; Lawrence C. Fish, jr., 
Brooklyn. 3281 



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3303 



I don't work for a living; words and 
music by E. Lee. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E 
imp. 3669; Edward Lee, Philadel- 
phia. 3282 

I don't work for a living : words by 
James J. Mullan, old air arr. by E. 
Lee. [Words and melody only] © 
1 e. Jan. 30, 1929; E unp. 3495; 
Edward Lee, Philadelphia. 3283 

I feel lost without you ; words and 
music by J. Kopf. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929; E 
unp. 4042 ; Jack Kopf, Philadelphia. 

3284 

I found a four leaf clover when I 
found you ; words by R. Gibson, mu- 
sic by S. Marco and John Finke. jr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21. 1929: E unp. 3942; 
Sano Marco, New York, John Finke, 
jr., Ravena, N. Y., and Ross Gibson, 
Portland. Or. 3285 

I found my dream girl when I found 
you : words and music by R. A. 
Pritchett. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 
unp. 3516; Ray Alphus Pritchett. 
Dallas. 3286 

I got a code in by doze; words and 
music bv Arthur Fields and Fred 
Hall. [Chords, single staff] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27. 1929; E unp. 4072; Santly 
music pub. co., inc., New York. 3287 

I had to give up gymnasium ; words 
and music by T. Dorsey. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3550; Thomas Dorsey. 
Chicago. 3288 

I have twelve oxen ; 2 pt. song in 
canon for equal voices, words anon., 
music by Eric H. Thiman, of Great 
Britain. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Feb. 15, 1929: 1 c. 
Feb. IS ; E for. 2712 : Novello & co., 
ltd., London. 3289 

I heard you call me, pal o' mine ; 
words and music by Harold Dixon ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 29, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3355: 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 3290 

I held you in my arms just yesterday ; 
words by J. A. Tole, music by Wil- 
liam Albert Scribner. © 1 c. Feb. 
13. 1929; E unp. 3686; Joseph Ar- 
thur Tole, Stoneham, Mass. 3291 

I kiss your hand, madame ; music by 
Ralph Erwin. transcribed by Tony 
Lowry, of Great Britain ; pf. © 



Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 2; E for. 
2689 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

3292 

I know; lyrics by Elsa Barker, music 

by G. Bagby. © 1 c. Feb. IS, 1929 ; 

E unp. 4101 ; George Bagby, New 

York. 3293 

I'll always keep the rose you gave 
me; words by Paul De Frank, music 
by W. E. Russell and Frank Adduci. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929 ; E unp. 3804 ; William 
E. Russell, Allston, Mass. 3294 

I'll be happy as long as I have you; 

words and music by D. K. Lyndon ; 

pf. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 

4092 ; Dudley K. Lyndon, Chicago. 

3295 
I'll go to Chicago ! words and music 

by Larry Fish, jr. [i. e. L. C. Fish 

jr.] [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3619; 
Lawrence C. Fish, jr., Brooklyn. 

3296 

I'll meet you tonight in dreamland; 

waltz, words and music by A. Healy. 

© 1 c. Feb. 26. 1929; E unp. 4054; 

Amelia Healy, Oakland, Calif. 3297 

I'll never tire of you ; words and mu- 
sic by Frank George Skoglund. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1929 ; E unp. 3849 ; Frank G. 
Skoglund, Chicago. 3298 

I'll praise my Maker ; anthem, hymn 
by Isaac Watts, music by J. Arthur 
Meaie, of Great Britain. 4to. © 
Jan. 8. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 9; E for. 
2637; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

3299 

I'll smack his sassy face; words and 
music by N. Brunell. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 3504; Nita Brunell, Chicago. 

3300 

I'll take you home, old timer, any old 
time at all; words and music by 
Harold Dixon ; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29. 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3357; Gotham 
music service, inc., New York. 3301 

I long to belong to someone ; words by 
E% Fogerty, music by David Reed. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929: E unp. 3757; 
E. Fogerty, New York. 3302 

I long to see the old home-stead once 
more ; words and music by L. Love- 
ridge. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3685; 
Leila Loveridge, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

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I love the lady up in the moon ; words 
and music by Louise D'Artell; med. 
voice. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3851; John Erhard Hunziker, Te- 
tonia, Id. 3304 

I love thee, my country ; ballad, words 
and music by A. F. Carlson, music 
arr. by M. C. Jensen. New York 
City, Frank Harding. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3179; 
Axel F. Carlson, Campello, Mass. 

3305 

I love to hear you singing; words by 
Lillian Glanville, music by Haydn 
Wood, orch. by Henri Klickmann ; 
orch. pts. ; in E flat. New York, 
Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. © Feb. 

1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; E pub. 3393; 
Chappell & co., ltd., London. 3306 

I love to love a girl like you ; fox- 
trot, words and music by F. Mar- 
tinez, jr. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3544; 
Frank Martinez, jr., Clear Water, 
Fla. 3307 

I love you best of all ; lyrics by Louis 
Shears, music by V. Tomasulo. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3764; 
Vincent Tomasulo, Brooklyn. 3308 

I love you more than you love me ; 
from Virginia, words by Douglas 
Furber, R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, 
music by Harris Weston, of Great 
Britain. London, New York & Syd- 
ney, Chappell & co., ltd. © Jan. 21, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 30; E for. 2843; 
Harms, inc., New York. 3309 

I'm a pilgrim ; sacred song, words and 
music by Herbert Johnson, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus. 1. Mixed voices. 

2. Male voices. 4to. © Feb. 25, 
1929; 2 c. each Feb. 25; E pub. 
3670, 3671 ; Peate's music house, inc., 
Utica, N. Y. 3310, 3311 

I'm a sailor ; words and music by P. 
Leff; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3585; Pincus Leff, St. Paul. 

3312 

I'm all aflutter ; words and music by 
Larry Fish, jr. [i. e. L. C. Fish, jr.] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3620; Law- 
rence C. Fish, jr., Brooklyn. 3313 

I'm baby ; words and music by W. R. 
Hodgin. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 3807; 
Willard Randolph Hodgin, New 
York. 3314 



I'm disappointed [ !] in you; lyrics 
and music by Don Beidleman [i. e. 
D. F. Beidleman] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929; E unp. 3850; Donald Foster 
Beidleman, Nanticoke, Pa. 3315 

I'm doing what I'm doing for love ; in 
Honky tonk, words by Jack Yellen, 
music by Milton Ager ; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Dan Dougherty. © 
Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 21; E pub. 
3625 ; Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, inc., 
New York. 3316 

I'm dreaming dreams that never come 
true ; words and music by W. R. 
Williams ; pf . and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; E pub. 
3131 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 3317 

I'm falling in love with your wonder- 
ful eyes ; words by Teddy Joyce, 
music by Sammy Mysels. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; E unp. 3415; Spier & Coslow, 
inc., New York. 3318 

I'm going back home; words by O. 
Yester, music by B. M. Hale. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 3736; Olive 
Yester, Gary, Ind. 3319 

I'm going to be tough on you ; words 
by G. Ward, music by R. Montgom- 
ery and G. Ward. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E 
unp. 3797; Reggie Montgomery, 
Pasadena, and George Ward, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3320 

I'm in love with my wife ; words and 
music by R. A. Wood. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1929; E unp. 3920; Roy Albert 
Wood, Sanger, Calif. 3321 

I'm just wild about everything, and 
especially you ; fox-trot song, words 
and music by Abner Silver, Al Sher- 
man and Al Lewis. © Feb. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 3727; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 3322 

I'm just wonderin' who ; words and 
music by Jack Palmer and Irving 
Mills ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3361; Gotham mu- 
sic service, inc., New York. 3323 

I'm ka-razy for you; words and mu- 
sic by Al Jolson, Billy Rose and 
Dave Dreyer. © Feb. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 15 ; E pub. 3531 ; Irving Berlin, 
inc., New York. 3324 

I'm living in a forest of mem'ries; 
waltz, words by M. Ford, music by 
Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3856; Mae Ford, Marshall, 
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I'm longing for someone to love ; words 
and music by A. Brock. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Oct. 26, 
1928; E unp. 616; Archibald Brock, 
Arlington, N. J. 3326 

I'm not so young; words and music 
by A. J. Najaka. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; 
E unp. 3634; Andrew J. Najaka, 
Gleniyon, Pa. 3327 

I'm pleading with you; lyrics by Pat- 
ricia Lawlor and Ernie Burnett, 
music by E. Burnett. [Chords, sin- 
gle staff] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E 
unp. 3771; Ernest M. Burnett, Chi- 
cago. 3328 

I'm. sorry Sally; fox-trot, music by 
Ted Fiorito, arr. by O. Sciacca ; full 
military band pts. obi. 24mo. © 

• Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 
3221; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

3329 

I'm the nutty nut that's nutty over 
nuts; words and music by L. Dia- 
mond. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3551; 
Leo Diamond, Brooklyn. 3330 

I'm the wealthiest man in the world; 
words and music by Roy Turk and 
Fred E. Ahlert. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E 
unp. 3349; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 3331 

I'm thinking forever of you ; words by 
Frank Livingstone [pseud, of F. L. 
Warner], music by L. Hope. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3818; Frank 
L. Warner, Alameda, Calif., and 
Louise Hope, San Francisco. 3332 

I'm trying to forget ; words by L. Ro- 
senthal, music by Alvin Rosenthal. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1929; E unp. 3888; Leonard 
Rosenthal, Brooklyn. 3333 

I'm wondering where you are tonight, 
and wondering if you're still true ; 
waltz, lyric and music by O. L. Hub- 
bert. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 
3534; Ollie Lee Hubbert, Los Ange- 
les. 3334 

I'm your rain-beau; words and music 
by A. Johnston. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3542; Anne Johnston, Morris, 
111. 3335 

I must have a cup of tea ; written and 
composed by Butler Wright, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace, with banju- 
lele banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin 



D. Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 17, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 18 ; E for. 1864 ; B. Feldman & 
co., London. 3336 

I never can forget your broken prom- 
ises ; words and music by I. Kane 
and E. White. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; E unp. 
4113; Irving Kane and Edward 
White, Brooklyn. 3337 

I never knevv* that I loved you ; words 
and music by A. Nickell, of Canada. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 3992; Alfred 
K. Nickell, Toronto, Out., Canada. 

3338 

I passed your garden wall; words by 
Francis J. Wells, music by P. M. 
Starr. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
25; E pub. 3686; Perry M. Starr, 
Long Beach, Calif. 3339 

I pleaded guilty; words and music by 
W. Friedberg. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 
4085; William Friedberg, Cleveland. 

3340 

I should say so ; fox trot, words and 
music by V. Marcy; pf. ace, with 
arr. for ukulele by Bobby Bennett. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 3966; 
Victor Marcy, Perrysburg, N. Y. 

3341 

I think of you; words and music by 

E. Spicer. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929; E unp. 4050; 
Edward Spicer, New York. 3342 

I thought ; words by Cristel Hastings, 
music by L. D. Fischer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 4062; Louise 
Daggett Fischer, San Antonio. 3343 

I used to be a shrinking vy-let, but I'm 
a tiger-lily now; words and music 
by Geo. J. Bennett and Sam Carlton. 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3387; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc., New York. 3344 

I've been cheating, cheating on you ; 
words by C. N. Kosmalski, music by 
Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 
3880 ; Caroline Nixa Kosmalski, 
Racine, Wis. 3345 

I've crossed the separated line; words 
and music by Joel Taggert. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3563; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3346 



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I've found the man I love; words by 
Dwight Taylor, melody by T. Cum- 
ings. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E imp. 
3508 ; Thayer Cumings, New York. 

3347 

I've got it all, if that's any news to 
you; words by Joe Walker, music by 
Stanley Wilson. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3574 ; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 3348 

I've got religion ; words' and music by 
Irving Bibo and Dale Wimbrow ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by May 
Singhi Breen. © Jan. 18. 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 18 ; E pub. 2745 ; Bibo-Lang inc., 
New York. 3349 

I wanna see my baby ; words by Selma 
Davis [pseud, of Aletha Dickerson], 
music by Priscilla Stewart. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3562; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3350 

I want you only; words by G. Ward, 
music by R. Montgomery and G. 
Ward. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 3679; 
Reggie Montgomery, Pasadena, 
Calif., and George Ward, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3351 

I want your love to have and hold ; 

words by J. C. Mack, jr. and George 

Albert Ormes, music by G. A. Ormes. 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; E unp. 4128; 

Joseph C. Mack, jr., Toledo, O. 

3352 
I whistle to my old coon dog; words 

by Frank Luther, music by C. J. 

Robison. [Words and melody only] 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 3479; 

Carson J. Robison, New York. 3353 

I will always love you, darling ; words 
by C. E. Hoffman, music by Nor- 
wood Dale. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
17 ; E pub. 3186 ; Callie E. Hoffman, 
Lancaster, O. 3354 

I wish you all the luck in the world ; 
words by James Cavanaugh and 
Ned Washington, music by Michael 
H. Cleary ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3345; Mihs music, 
inc., New York. 3355 

I wonder if she's still thinking of me 
today ; words and music by W. M. 
Sims. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 
4060; William McKinley Sims, 
Buffalo. 3356 



I wonder where Mary is tonight; 
words and music by Walter Wallace 
and Mitchell Parish ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © Jan. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3344 ; 
Mills music, inc., New York. 3357 

I wonder why? fox-trot, words and 
music by B. R. Woods. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1929 ; E unp. 3907 ; Bertha Reola 
Woods, Chicago. 3358 

I wouldn't care for that ; or How I 
could care for that, words and 
music by E. P. Wrubel. [Words and 
melody only] ©1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3490; Elias Paul Wrubel, 
Middletown, Conn. 3359 

I yearn for day-dreams and you ; 
waltz ballad, words and music bv 
B. R. Woods. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3905; Bertha Reola Woods, 
Chicago. 3360 

Ice cold mamma ; words and music by 
B. C. Gregory. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3521; Bobby C. Gregory, New York. 

3361 

Ich nab' ihnen viel zu sagen, sehr 
verehrte gnad'ge f rau ! lied und 
boston, worte von Fritz Rotter, 
musik von Fritz Rotter und Her- 
mann Krome, both of Germany. © 
Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2578 ; Alrobi musikverlag. G. m. 
b. H., Berlin. 3362 

Ich trauin' so gern von dienem reizen- 
den madonnengesicht ! lied und 
slow-fox, text von Kurt Schwabach 
u. Willy Rosen, musik von Willy 
Rosen, of Germany, klav. arrang. 
von Nico Dostal, of Austria. © 
Nov. 25, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2720; Alrobi musikverlag, G. m. 
b. H, Berlin. 3363 

Ich weiss schon langst, dass du mich 
heimlich lieb hast! lied und tango, 
text von Fritz Rotter, musik von 
Walter Jurmann, of Austria, klav.- 
arr. von Nico Dostal, of Austria. 
© Dec. 14, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2719; Alrobi musikverlag, 
G. m. b. PL, Berlin. 3364 

Idol (The) and queen of my dream; 
words by R. E. McCaleb, music by 
Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3471; Roy E. McCaleb, Hennessey, 
Okl. 3365 

Idylle (Une) pendant un film; inter- 
mezzo, per Guzzi Buzzi Ercole, of 
Italy; orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 



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4to. © Jan. 10, 1929: 1 c. Feb. 8; 
E for. 2758 : Francis Moulin. Cannes, 
France. 3366 

Idylle printaniere : de Marc Delmas, 
arrangement par S. Chapelier, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1929: E for. 2429; L. 
Philippe. Paris. 3367 

Idylle printaniere ; par Marc Delma s, 
of France: pf. © Dec. 31. 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2432: L. 
Philippe. Pari:?. 3368 

If ; waltz, words by S. K. MacLean, 
arr. by F. C. Dunham. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929: E imp. 3667: 
Sumner Kinsman MacLean, % Post- 
master, New York. 3369 

If at twilight ; words by Carl Kauf- 
mann. music by A. G. Heyer. © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3533; 
Arthur Gustav Heyer, Owosso. Mich. 

3370 

If I could call you my sweetheart 
again : words and music by A. 
Stephenson. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Feb. 1. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
6 ; E pub. 3194 ; Anthony Stephenson. 
Johnstown. Pa. 3371 

If I didn't miss you ; words and music 
by Chick Endor, Harry Steinberg 
and Eddie Lambert ; pf . ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Charles Hanley. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Dec. 28. 1928: 2 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E pub. 3477 : Music pub. co.. ltd., 
London. 3372 

If I had Aladdin's lamp ; words and 
music by L. Robinson. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3721 ; Louis Robinson,. Chi- 
cago. 3373 

If I had someone like you ; words and 
music by C. Staff. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1929 ; 
E unp. 3802: Charles Staff, Long 
Island City. N. Y. 3374 

If I had you I'd have the world, for 
you're all the world to me ; words 
and music by O. F. Angell. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929: E unp. 3540: Oscar Franklyn 
Angell, Long Beach, Calif. 3375 

If I only had a girl like you ; words 
and music by E. E. Carr. New York 
City, Frank Harding. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3174; 
Eli E. Carr. Springfield, Mass. 3376 



If there is a sweetheart for everyone 
else, there must be one for you ; 
words by Fanny Fergen, music by 
W. J. Chepil. © Feb. 9, 1929; 2 c 
Feb. 11 : E pub. 3370 ; Walter Joseph 
Chepil, Lake Worth, Fla. 3377 

If There's a Santa Glaus ; words and 
music by C. M. Morris. © 1 c. Feb. 
20. 1929; E unp. 3897; Chas. M. Mor- 
ris, Charlotte, N. C. 3378 

If wishes but came true ; words by L. 
L. Hill, music by Georgia Layne 
Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 
4119; Lela Long Hill. Los Angeles. 

3379 

If you're thinking of me. when I'm 
thinking of you ; words by Julian 
Davidson, music by Guy Lombardo 
and Art Sizemore [i. e. Arthur Size- 
more] : pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 
18 ; 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 18 ; E pub. 3592 ; 
Harold Rossiter music co., Chicago. 

3380 

II dansait; paroles de Georges Roger, 
musique de H. Rawson et F. Sala- 
bert, both of France : pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Dec. 31. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2514 ; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 3381 

II reviendra ; de Tout Paris, paroles de 
Albert Willemetz, Saint-Granier et 
Jean Le Seyeux, musique de Jose 
Padilla, of Spain : pf. ace. with uku- 
lele arr. by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 : E for. 2519 ; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 3382 

Immaculata conceptio B. Maria? Vir- 
ginis ; cycle de Noel, pour grand 
orgue. par Charles Tournemire. of 
France, op. 55. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 
c. Jan. 31. 1929 ; E for. 2412 : Heugel, 
Paris. 3383 

Impressioni d' oriente : suite 1, pf . di- 
rezione, di A. Amadei, of Italy, op. 
413. 1. Paesaggio. [2 others] © 
Dec. 1. 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6. 1929 : E for. 
2619 ; C. Beltramo, San Remo. Italy. 

. 3384 

Impressoes brasileiras ; duas pecas 
para pf.. di Agostino Cantu, of Italy. 
1. Ciranda. [1 other] © Feb. 15, 
1929: 1 c. Feb. 16; E for. 2735; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 3385 

Improved (The) paramount method 
for mandolin or mandolin banjo; by 
William J. Smith. © Feb. 18. 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 20 ; aff . Feb. 19 ; AA 8923 ; 
Wm. J. Smith music co., inc., New 
York. 3386 



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In a little love canoe; words by Tom 
Ford, music by Phil Boutelje ; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 
c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3213; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

3387 

In Allah's garden ; music by Muriel 
Pollock, orch. by Henri Klickmann ; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 
c. Feb. 21 ; E pub. 3721 ; Harms, inc., 
New York. 3388 

In an antique shop; by Leonard Peck, 
of Great Britain; pf. a. My lady's 
fan. [1 other] © Feb. 4. 1929 : 1 c. 
Feb. 15; E for. 2702; Joseph Wil- 
liams, ltd., London. 3389 

In April ; poem by Arthur L. Salmon, 
music by Montague F. Phillips, of 
Great Britain, op. 47, no. 1. © Feb. 
1, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 2; E for. 2687: 
Chappell & co., ltd., London. 3390 

In assumptione B. M. V. ; cycle apres la 
Pentecote. pour grand orgue, par 
Charles Tournemire. of France, op. 
57. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 : E for. 2417 ; Heugel, Paris. 

3391 

In Bohemia ; by Gaston Borch, of Nor- 
way, arr. by Thadeus Jarecki, of Po- 
land, domiciled at New York ; orch. 
pts. 4to. © Sept. 25, 1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 
23: E pub. 1107: Kalmus filmusic 
edition, New York. 3392 

In der Luneburger heide ; worte von 
Ernst Neubach, musik von Hermann 
Krome, of Germany. © Dec. 10. 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 7. 1929 ; E for. 601 : 
Musik verlag City, Leipzig. 3393 

In fancy dress ; suite of eight pf . pieces 
for young people, by Wilfrid Sander- 
son, of Great Britain. © Jan. 10, 
1929: 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2674; 
Boosey & co., ltd., London. 3394 

In f esto corporis Christi ; cycle apres 
la Pentecote. pour grand orgue, par 
Charles Tournemire, of France, op. 
57. © Dec. 31. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2416 ; Heugel, Paris. 

3395 

In f esto Pentecostes ; cycle de P&ques, 
pour grand orgue, par Charles Tour- 
nemire, of France, op. 56. © Dec. 
31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929: E for. 
2415 ; Heugel. Paris. 3396 

In Glasgow a wee bit o'Scotch is wait- 
ing for me; fox-trot, lyric by L. 
Wolfe Gilbert, music by Fred Phil- 
lips, arr. by Arthur Lange : orch. 

. pts. 4to. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
6 ; E pub. 3226 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 3397 



In heavenly love abiding ; hymn, words 
by A. E. Waring, music by N. Bax- 
ter. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3523: Norman Baxter, West War- 
wick, R. I. 3398 

In my coffer of memories ; the buried 
love affair, words by M. Andre, mu- 
sic by Josephine Concannon. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4027; Malva 
Andre, Chicago. 3399 

In my Father's house ; hymn, words by 
Gene Routh, music by B. B. McKin- 
nev. (In Revival songs) © Jan. 
15. 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3747 ; 
Robert Henrv Coleman, Dallas. 

3400 

In my garden of memory : lyrics by 
Jerry Buckley, music by Ray Miller. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 15. 1929: E unp. 3766; Irving 
Berlin, inc., New York. 3401 

In my Reo Flying cloud ; words and 
music by V. A. R. Willrich. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929 ; E unp. 3820 : Virginia Adelina 
Raum Willrich. Houston. 3402 

In nineteen twenty seven ; lyrics by 
J. Rizzo, music by Antonio Vivio, of 
Italy, domiciled at New Brunswick, 
N. J. © 1 c. Feb. 18. 1929: E unp. 
3848; John Rizzo, New Brunswick, 
N. J. 3403 

In our cottage of love; words by Bob 
Schafer, music by Frank Milne; pf. 
ace. with ukulele arr. by Ben Gar- 
rison. © Feb. 5. 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 11 : 
E pub. 3390; Clarence Williams mu- 
sic pub co., inc.. New York. 3404 

In service; poem by W. M. Letts, mu- 
sic by Eric Fogg, of Great Britain ; 
in A min. © Feb. 1. 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
2 ; E for. 2739 : Elkin & co.. ltd., Lon- 
don. 3405 

In Surabaya ; lied und foxtrot, text 
von Charles Arnberg. musik von 
Fred Raymond, of Austria, klav.- 
arr. von Nico Dostal, of Austria. 
© Nov. 28. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2721 ; Alrobi musikveiiag. 
G. m. b. H.. Berlin. 3406 

In the land of make-believe; fox-trot, 
theme song of Molly and me. lyric 
bv L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel 
Baer. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; 
E pub. 3728; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 3407 

In the May time; words and music by 
O. M. Derivan. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3401 ; Olive Mauger Derivan, 
Sioux City. la. 3408 



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3430 



In 1492 ; words and music by B. Sam- 
berg. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 5. 1929 : E imp. 3435 ; Ben- 
jamin Samberg, Brooklyn. 3409 

Incanto; serenata, versi di Riccardo 
Cordiferro. musica di Costa-Rizzi. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E imp. 3894; 
Apollo music co., Brooklyn. 3410 

Indian moon. I'm in love with you ; 
words and music by B. R. Woods. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1929; E unp. 3906; 
Bertha Reola Woods, Chicago. 3411 

Indian River moon ; waltz, words and 
music by E. E. Helseth. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929 ; E unp. 3476 ; Ethel Etheridge. 
Helseth. Indrio, Fla. 3412 

Infantita (La) Maribel ; letra de Dolo- 
res Roclerc Gurumeta, musica de C. 
P. Garcia, of Spain. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929; E unp. 4109; Cristobal Pala- 
cios Garcia. Malaga, Spain. 3413 

Innamorati (Gli) ; waltz, by Alberto 
Rizzi ; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3892; Apollo music co., 
Brooklyn. 3414 

Inno delle piccole Italiane : poesia di 
Adolfo Simonetti, musica di S. R. 
Cianetti, of Italy. Edizione Fascio 
Femminile Livorno. © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2601 ; Syra 
Rapallo Cianetti, Livorno, Italy. 

3415 

Inno universale fascista ; versi di Giu- 
seppe Denaro. musica di Angelo 
Patricolo. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; E 
unp. 3467 ; Alberto De Santis, Rome. 

3416 

Inquietude ; 5 feme nocturne, par E. Rey- 
Andreu, of France, op. 60; pf. © 
Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E 
for. 2408; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 3417 

Intermezzo calin ; de Marc Delmas, 
arrangement par S. Chapelier, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E for. 2431; L. Philippo, 
Paris. 3418 

Intermezzo calin ; par Marc Delmas, 
of France; violon et pf. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2434 ; 
L. Philippo, Paris. 3419 

Invito ; ballata Veneziana, per canto 
e pf., di P. G. Breschi, of Italy. 
Rome. Editore L. S. Palagi. © Dec. 
18, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E for. 
2606; Pier Giulio Breschi, Rome. 

3420 



Iowa, out where the West begins ; 
march-song, words and music by M. 
H. Walker, air. by Louise Swigart- 
Ellis. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
16: E pub. 3601; Myrtle Hickson- 
Walker, Maquoketa, la. 3421 

Irene ; lyric by Gus Kahn, music by 
Ted Fiorito. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 
3347 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

3422 

Is it gold you want my dear? words 
and music by A. M. Akanes. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14 r 
1929; E unp. 3741; Alfred M. 
Akanes, New York. 3423 

It doesn't take so much to make me 
happy ; words by A. Seymour Brown 
and Billy Tracey, music by Albert 
Von Tilzer. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 
3817 ; Broadway music Corp., New 
York. 3424 

It's hard to believe ; lyrics by Clarice 
White Luck, music by W. Nappi. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
music Aug. 18, 1928 ; 1 c. words Feb. 
1, 1929; E 698176; William Nappi, 
Birmingham, Ala. 3425 

It's hard to face life alone ; waltz song, 
words by V. H. Hansen, music by 
Bertram Shield ; med. voice. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 3408 ; Virginia 
H. Hansen, Central Point, Or. 3426 

It's the same old story ; words and 
music by Robert De Grano [pseud, 
of R. Di Girlamo], extra verses to 
cho. by Albert De Grano [pseud, of 
Albert Di Girlamo] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928 ; 
E unp. 2388; Robert Di Girlamo, 
Philadelphia. 3427 

It's the sun shinin' on you ; words and 
music by R. A. Williams. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; E unp. 3726; Robert Alonzo 
Williams, Chicago. 3428 

It's too late; lyric by Bob Weinstein, 
music by Chas. De Veto. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929 : E unp. 3443 : Weinstein & De 
Veto pub. co., Cleveland. 3429 

It was for me ; hymn, words and music 
by Luther G. Presley. © Jan. 3, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 3711; 
Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hartford, 
Ark. 3430 



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3431 



pt. in, 11. s„ v. 24 



Italiana ; suite, by T. W. Thurban, of 
Great Britain ; full military band 
pts., with pf. conductor. (Boosey's 
military journal, 156th series, no. 5) 
1. In sunny San Marino. [2 others] 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2678; Boosey & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 3431 

J' adore ga; fantaisie-selection, par 
Henri Christine, of France ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor and 1st vio- 
lin conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2812 ; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 3432 

J' ai 1' cafard ; paroles de Louis 
Despax, musique de J. Eblinger, of 
France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31. 1929 ; E for. 2428 ; Edition Arle- 
quin, Paris. 3433 

J' ai 1' cafard ; valse, par J. Eblinger, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2427; Edition 
Arlequin, Paris. 3434 

J'ai une touche ; fox trot de L'hos- 
tellerie de la vertu, par Henry Ver- 
dun, of France; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor, violin 1 conductor and 
words. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2521; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 3435 

Jamais ; valse lente, sur la chanson de 
Louis Despax et Irma Hopper, mu- 
sique de E. Ai'vaz, of France ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
E for. 2426 ; Edition Arlequin, Paris. 

3436 

■Japanese moon ; words by Charley 
Johnson [pseud, of Charlotte John- 
son], music by Manny Parsons 
[pseud, of M. Parsons] © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1929; E unp. 3955; Marion Par- 
sons, Atlantic City. 3437 

Japansy: by John Klenner, an*, by 
Chas. "W. Saxby, of Great Britain ; 
theatre unit organ. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 29; E for. 2842; Harms, 
inc., New York. 3438 

Jardin (Le) de mon enfance; suite 
pour orch., par Rachel Bassett, arr. 
et instrumentee par Georges Brun, 
of France; pts. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2404 ; 
Ch. Hayet, Paris. 3439 

Jaspers barb-b-que ; words and music 
by Frankie Jaxon. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; 
E unp. 3699; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3440 



Jazz (The) patrol; words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Arthur Lange. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 4063; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 3441 

Je r' vols Paname ; fox trot, par C. 
Oberfeld, arr. par F. Salabert, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor, 1st violin conductor and 
words. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2814; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 3442 

Je vais vous le dire ; chanson duo, pa- 
roles de Albert Willemetz et Ch. L. 
Pothier, musique de Samuel Pokrass, 
of France : pf . ace, with ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928: 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2509; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 3443 

Jefferson City blues; words and music 
by Leulla Miller [i. e. Leuella Mil- 
ler] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3701; 
State street music pub. co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 3444 

Jelly whipping blues ; words and music 
by Hudson Whittaker. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; 
E unp. 3710 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3445 

Jes' a lonesome pickaninny baby ; lyric 
by Joseph M. White, music by George 
J. Trinkaus. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 14; E pub. 3561; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. 3446 

Jetzt danzt Hannemann ; alter mar- 
kischer bauerntanz, gesetzt fur man- 
nerchor von Walther Moldenhauer, 
of Germany, op. 38. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1927; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E for. 
2664; Karl Hochstein, Heidelberg, 
Germany. 3447 

Jig ; by Ethel E. Lord ; violin with pf . 
ace. © Feb. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; 
E pub. 3778; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 3448 

Joanna ; words and music by Buddy 
Valentine and Irving Mills; pf. and 
ukulele ace. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3363 ; Gotham music 
service, inc., New York. 3449 

Joanne ; words and music by Jimmy 
Helm [i. e. James Pendleton Helm, 
3d], arr. by Karl Schmidt. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4020; James 
P. Helm, 3d, Louisville, Ky. 3450 

John Peel; English hunting song, arr. 
by Charles Repper ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; 



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1929 



3472 



E pub. 3400; C. C. Birchard & CO., 
Boston. 3451 

Jollv (The) jigsters; by Ethel E. 
Lord; pf. © Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3780; Clayton F. 
Suinmy co., Chicago. 3452 

Joueur (Le) ; paroles de Georgius, 
musique de Tremolo, of France : pf. 
ace, with ukulele arr. by F. Sala- 
bert. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E for. 2512; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3453 

Journey of love; words and music by 
A. M. Golden and A. E. Beethoven. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 6. 1929 ; E unp. 3493 ; Angeline 
M. Golden and Albert E. Beethoven, 
New York. 3454 

Joven divina ; words and music by 
David Valles Gonzalez, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Los Angeles; pf. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; E pub. 3412; Dionisio 
Acosta, Los Angeles. 3455 

Jovencita ; Jovencita no he podido, 
schotis, words and music by Emilio 
Medellin, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Los Angeles. [Photostat] © Jan. 
11. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3424; 
Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 3456 

Joyeuseinent ; musiques pour films, par 
Rhene-Baton. op. 48, orch. par Roger 
Branga, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2773 ; 
Durand et cie., Paris. 3457 

Joys (The) of home; hymn, words and 
music by Luther G. Presley. © 
Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 
3712 : Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 
Hartford, Ark. 3458 

Jubilatin' ; words and music by How- 
ard Jackson and Walter Weems. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1929 ; E unp. 3526 ; Fox film 
corp., New York. 3459 

Judgement day; words by A. Sey- 
mour Brown, music by Albert Von 
Tilzer. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3816; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

3460 

Juggler (The) [and] The mandolin 
player ; by Stephen Barker ; pf . © 
Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 
3466; Bendix pub. co., Lincoln, Neb. 

3461 

Jump Jim Crow ; for toy symphony, 
by J. Lilian Vandevere ; teacher's sc. 
and picture sc. 4to. © Jan. 4, 



1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 3655; 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 3462 

Jump steady; words and music by 
Pinetop Clarence Smith. [Chords, 
single staff] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; 
E unp. 3705; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3463 

Jumping froggies ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 577, no. 4 ; pf . © Feb. 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E pub. 3274 ; Irv- 
ing Berlin standard music corp., 
New York. 3464 

June, sweetheart o' mine ; lyrics by 
I. M. Cohen, music by Fred Brunk- 
horst. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; E unp. 
3738; Irving M. Cohen, Jersey City. 

3465 

Jungle man blues ; words by Charlie 
Jackson and Andrew Austin, music 
by C. Jackson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E unp. 
35<3; Chicago music pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 3466 

Juon (Paul) Intermezzo; fur violin 
u. pf., von P. Juon, of Germany, op. 
32, no. 2. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
26; E for. 2870; Schlesinger'sche 
buch u. musikhandlung, Berlin- 
Lichterfelde, Germany. 3467 

Sieben kleine tondichtungen ; f ur 

zwei violinen und klavier, von P. 
Juon, of Germany, op. 81. © Sept. 
2. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E for. 
2636: F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig. 

3468 

Just a farewell waltz to remember you 
by ; words and music by W. R. Hod- 
gin. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3657; 
Willard Randolph Hodgin, New 
York. 3469 

Just a little car ; words and music by 
F. L. Cunningham. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 3751; Frank Lewis Cunning- 
ham, Los Angeles. 3470 

Just an hour of adoration ; vocal 
waltz, lyric by Wynter de Haven, 
music by Walter R. Collins, of 
Great Britain; pf. ace, with banju- 
lele banjo and ukulele arr. by Keech. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Jan. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 7 ; E for. 
2682 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London. 3471 

Just as the shadows are falling, I 
hear your voice calling; words and 
music by C. H. Hinman ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3447; Charles 
Harvey Hinman, Hastings, Mich. 

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3473 



pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Just because I love you; words and 
music by A. J. Hoffman. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 3676 ; Alice J. 
Hoffman, Newark. 3473 

Just dreams that will never come 
true; words by Wm. McMillan Tal- 
bott, music by Harold Wollstein. © 
Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 
3172; Wm. McMillan Talbott and 
Harold Wollstein, Paris, Ky. 3474 

Just drifting; words and music by M. 
Arden. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
3652; Marguerite Arden, Dallas. 

3475 

Just for to-day ; sacred song, words by 
Samuel Wilberforce, music by Ar- 
thur Laubenstein; low voice; pf. or 
organ ace. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 4; E pub. 3252; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 3476 

Just for you and me; lyrics by L. A. 
Nortenstraugh, music by Don Pres- 
ton [i. e. Donald Preston] © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1929; E unp. 3424; Don G. 
Preston and Leon A. Nortenstraugh, 
Flint, Mich. 3477 

Just lazy; words anon., music by B. 
Heinen ; bass solo. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929 ; E unp. 3674 ; Beatrice Heinen, 
Cedar Rapids, la. 3478 

Just like a lark ; lyrics by R. Gibson, 
music by S. Marco and J. Finke, jr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E unp. 3978; 
Sano Marco, New York, John Finke, 
jr., New York and Ross Gibson, Port- 
land, Or. 3479 

Just say you love me; words and mu- 
sic by Robert S. Armbruster. © 
Jan. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 
3518; George M. Miles productions, 
New York. 3480 

Just some one to love; words by C. 
Sayles and R. Sayles, music by Syl- 
vester Long Cross. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1929; E unp. 4096; Clarence Sayles 
and Ray Sayles, Willapa, Wash. 

3481 

Just suppose ; from Pleasure bound, 
lyric by Sid Silvers and Moe Joffee, 
music by Phil Baker and Maury 
Rubens. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
27 ; E pub. 3737 ; Shubert music pub. 
Corp., New York. 3482 

Just to find you ; words and music 
by G. W. McNamara. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 3990; George W. McNamara, 
Chicago. 3483 



Just try to forget ; words and music 
by Esther Herron. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4018 ; Warren L. Herron, 

Gulf port, Miss. 3484 

Just whisper and tell me, you're mine ; 
words and music by V. Vaska. © 

1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3629; 
Vana Vaska, Los Angeles. 3485 

Just wondering ; words by E. B. Kelly, 
music by Phil Starr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3470; E. B. Kelly, Lynn, 
Mass. 3486 

Just you ; words and music by E. Bru- 
guiere. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1928; E unp. 3418; 
Emile Bruguiere, Villa Carmela, 
Monaco. 3487 

Kansas City Kitty; words by Edgar 
Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson; 
pf . and ukulele ace. © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3150 ; Donaldson, 
Douglas & Gumble, inc., New York. 

3488 

Katydid ; words by Oliver Wendell 
Holmes, music by K. L. Richards, op. 
48. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 
3416; Katherine Louise Richards, 
New York. 3489 

Keep smiling; words and music by M. 
L. Jennings. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 
3989; Margaret L. Jennings, Sasak- 
wa, Okl. 3490 

Kelly the boy from Killan ; words tra- 
ditional, music arr. by J. Smith. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3918; 
Josephine Smith, Brooklyn. 3491 

Kentucky and the girl I love; words 
by Carolyn C. Ramminger, music by 
Earl Blankenhorn. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; E unp. 4003; Carolyn Ram- 
minger, Milwaukee. 3492 

Ketelbey (Albert W.) Three fanciful 
etchings; suite for orch., by Albert 
W. Ketelbey, of Great Britain; pts.. 
with violin 1 direction. 1. A passing 
storm-cloud on a summer day. [2 
others] © Sept. 1, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1929; E for. 2562; Bosworth & 
CO., Leipzig. 3493 

Kidlets (The) ; march, by Raymond 
B. Smith ; pf . © Feb. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 16; E pub. 3600; Margaret 
Smith, Hibbard, Ind. 3494 

Kidney feet; fox-trot, by H. G. Smith 
and Arthur Williams, arr. by Robert 



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3518 



Cloud; orch. pts. 4to. © Feb. IS, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3771; 
Harrison Godwin Smith, New York. 

3495 

Kids again ; words and music by Nat 
Natoli and Harold Stokes. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929 ; E imp. 4133 ; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 3496 

Kill the cook ; humorous pt-song, words 
by Will Lissner, music by Harry 
Converse ; men's voices. 4to. © 
Nov. 9. 1927: 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929: E 
pub. 3652 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

3497 

Kinder (Der) Weihnachtsf eier ; 20 
auserlesene Weihnachtslieder u. vor- 
spielstiicken ; fur pf. mit unterleg- 
tem text, darunter 3 Weihnachtslie- 
der fur pf ., 4 hiindig, bearb. von Emil 
Radi, of Germany, neue bearb. von 
Herman Wenzel, of Germany. © 
Oct. 12, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 8. 1929; E 
for. 2051; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 

3498 

King (The) shall joy in Thy strength; 
anthem, words from Psalm 21, music 
bv William Baines : mixed voices. 
4to. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; 
E pub. 3547 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 3499 

Kingdom (The) ; presentation of the 
Easter story, words and music by 
Karin Sundelof-Asbrand. 4to. © 
Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 1; D pub. 
27464; Natl, board of the Young 
women's Christian assn. of the 
United States of America, New York. 

3500 

Kiss (A) if you'll buy it; by Xavier 
Cougat, of Spain, domiciled at Holly- 
wood, Calif. : melody, with pf . ace. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3836; 
Pathe studios, inc., Culver City, 
Calif. 3501 

Kiss that baby again; words and mu- 
sic by Ned Underbill [i. e. E. H. 
Underhill] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E 
unp. 3410; Edwin H. Underhill, 
Kansas City, Mo. 3502 

Kisses : words by L. Shears, music by 
Vincent Tomasulo. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1929; E unp. 3763; Louis Shears, 
Brooklyn. 3503 



Kolo mego ogrodeczko : by Joseph Ka- 
palka. © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1929 ; E unp. 
3778: International music pub. co., 
Chicago. 3504 

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Kommen sie zu mir zuni tee ; worte von 
Otto Stransky und Artur Rebner, 
musik von Ralph Erwin, of Austria. 
© Oct. 23, 1928 ; 1 c. Nov. 15 ; E for. 
704; Drei masken verlag, a. g., Ber- 
lin. 3505 

Kto lubi ; oberek. by W. Podosek. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4045; Walter Podosek, Cam- 
den, N. J. 3506 

Lady of the morning; words and mu- 
sic by Sam Messenheimer and Val 
Burton ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
17, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; E pub. 3173 ; 
Sherman, Clay & co., San Francisco. 

3507 

Lady's delight; by Walter Rolfe; pf. 
© Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E pub. 
3659 ; Evans music co., Boston. 3508 

Landlicher reigen ; lyrisch stuck, von 
Oswin Keller, of Germany, op. 18, 
no. 2 ; salonorch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 2; E for. 2641; Aug. Cranz, 
G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3509 

Laighton (Ruth) Six folk tunes; for 
violin with pf. ace. 1. Irish air. [5 
others.] © Feb. 14. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
18 ; E pub. 3575 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 3510 

Lalo (Edouard Victor Antoine) Au- 
bade ; arr. par F. Salabert, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor and 1st violins conductor. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2805; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

3511 

L'aube nait ; arr. par F. Salabert, 

of France; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor and 1st violins conductor. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2507 ; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 3512 

Comment, disaient-ils ; arr. par F. 

Salabert, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor and 1st violin conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2815; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 3513 

Symphonie espagnole ; pour violon 

et orch., en re mineur, par Edouard 
Lalo, op. 21, arr. par F. Salabert, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor and 1st violins conductor, 
pts. 1-5. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. each 
Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2798-2802 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 3514-3518 



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Lamento ; pour violoncelle on violon 
et petit orch., avec pf. conducteur, 
par Pierre Dupont, of France, pts. 
4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929; E for. 2465; Editions musi- 
cales Sam Fox, Paris. 3519 

Lamp (A), a chair and a cigarette; 
words and music by Roy Turk and 
Fred E. Ahlert. © Feb. 8, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3388 ; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

3520 

Land (A) of perfect rest; hymn, words 
and music by M. M. Johnson. © 
Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; E pub. 
3616 ; Monroe M. Johnson, Lynwood, 
Calif. 3521 

Lantern (The) light; words and mel- 
ody by Eva Bell-Irving, of Great 
Britain; pf. ace. © Dec. 28, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; E for. 2527 ; Meth- 
ven Simpson, ltd., Edinburgh, Scot- 
land. 3522 

Lass (The) with the delicate air; cho., 
by Michael Arne, arr. by Bryceson 
Treharne, of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at New York ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; 
E pub. 3570; Boston music co., Bos- 
ton. 3523 

Last (The) dance before we part; 
words and music by E. Altrock, Har- 
old Dorr and Irving Bibo ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by Anthony J. 
Franchini and fox-trot cho. for pf., 
with words. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3782; Bibo-Lang, 
inc., New York. 3524 

Last night when we were all alone ; 
words and music by Jean Herbert, 
Al. Koppell and Irving Mills. © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3359; Gotham music service, inc., 
New York. 3525 

Last (The) of the roses and you; 
lyric by Don L. Brodie, music by D. 
H. Lowenstein, pf. arr. by F. 
Karres. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E 
imp.. 4083; David H. Lowenstein, 
Cincinnati. 3526 

Laughing at the raindrops ; words and 
music by H. C. Schachern. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929; E unp.. 4095; Helen C. Scha- 
chern, New York. 3527 

Leave me a beautiful melody; words 
by Larry Spier, music by Sam Cos- 
low ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 
7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. 3272; 
Spier & Coslow, inc., New York. 

3528 



Lemme, lemme; slow, di Iginio Buz- 
zacchi, of Italy ; small orch., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 30, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; E for. 2536 ; 

A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 3529 

Leona ; waltz, words and music by 

B. Gabriel. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; 
E unp. 3790; Bernard Gabriel, New 
York. 3530 

Let me be alone with you; words and 
music by Harold Dixon and Irving 
Mills; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
11 ; E pub. 3353 ; Gotham music serv- 
ice, inc., New York. 3531 

Let me % be yo' piccaninny mammy 
again just f o' tonight ; words and 
music by G. G. Turner. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1929; E unp. 4131; George Garfield 
Turner, New York. 3532 

Let's get acquainted; fox-trot song, 
words and music by W. Bird. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 26. 1929; E unp. 4058; Wilbur 
Bird, New York. 3533 

Let's go walkin' ; words and music 
by E. P. Wrubel. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3485; Elias Paul Wrubel. 
Middletown, Conn. 3534 

Let's join the army ; manual of arms 
and fingers for boys at the pf., by 
John Thompson, nos. 1-24. © Feb. 
4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3203; 
Willis music co., Cincinnati. 3535 

Let's play and sing around the clock ; 
an instruction bk. for teaching the 
pf. and ear-training, based on 
nursery rhymes, by Gladys Willan 
and Olive Brush, of Canada. © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; E for. 
25S8 ; Frederick Harris co., London. 

3536 

Let the light above shine for me; 
words and music by A. W. Czan- 
derna. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 3986; 
Alvina W. Czanderna, LaPorte. Ind. 

3537 

Let us be happy today — tomorrow we 
may be away! words and music by 
N. Doree. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3579; 
Nadage Doree, New York. 3538 

Let us cheer the weary traveler; 

spiritual, arr. by Morton J. Luvaas ; 
' women's voices. 4to. © Jan. 23, 

1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 3515; 

C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 3539 



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3561 



Leta : words by Jack Hoffman, music 
by Frank Bushea [i. e. F. O. Bushea] 
© 1 e. June 4. 192S ; E imp. 3900; 
Franklin Orville Bushea, Toledo. O. 

3540 

Leuchtkaferchens boclizeit ; charakter- 
stiick, von Ludwig Siede, of Ger- 
many, op. 227 ; oreb. pts.. with 1st 
violin direction. 4to. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 12; E for. 2595; 
Anton J. Benjamin, Leipzig. 3541 

Levantate amigo mio ! ! ! mafianitas ; 
words and music by Alfredo Reza, 
of Mexico, domiciled at El Paso. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3437 ; Dionisio Acosta. 
Los Angeles. 3542 

Leyenda mora ; par Abelardo Mus, of 
Spain, op. 8 : pf . et violon. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 
2424 ; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., Paris. 

3543 

Li tri soru; words and music by M. 
Bianchi. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4012; 
Mercione Bianchi, Brooklyn. 3544 

Life eternal; song for Easter, words 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
Walter H. Nash ; pf . or organ ace. 
1. Low voice, in A. — 2. High voice, 
in C. © Jan. 30, 1929.: 2 c. each 
Feb. 4; E. pub. 3486; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 3545 

Life's ways ; words and music by E. M. 
Joseph, of Switzerland, domiciled at 
Hollywood, Calif. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929; E unp. 3649; Eleanore M. 
Joseph, Hollywood, Calif. 3546 

Linger dearest (Bleibe doch bei mir) ; 
from Hyacinth, lyric and music by 
Oswald Guido Loeffler. © Feb. 14, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 3533; 
Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. 3547 

Lingering love; words and music by 
J. Johnson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
3635 ; Joseph Johnson, Akron, O. 

3548 

Liszt (Franz) Hungarian dance 
tune ; from Rhapsodie no. 2. arr. by 
A. Garland; pf. © Feb. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3554 ; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 3549 

O, while I sleep ; arr. by William 

Strasser, of Czechoslovakia, domi- 
ciled at Long Island ; orch. with pf . 
conductor. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 



Jan. 30; E pub. 3236; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 3550 

Zweite ungarische rhapsodie; arr. 

von Leopold Weninger. of Austria ; 
orch., with pf. conductor and 1st 
violin conductor. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 

1 c. Feb. 9; E for. 2581; Anton J. 
Benjamin, Leipzig. 3551 

Little (The) elf; petite valse chrom- 
atique, by Emma Lea Simkins; pf. 
© Feb. 4. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3201 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

3552 

Little (The) green isle of my birth; 
ballad, words and music by J. D. 
Cornell. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
6; E pub. 3195: Joseph D. Cornell. 
Fair Oaks, Calif. 3553 

Little Jack Tar; by Frederic Mullen, 
of Great Britain; pf. © Feb. 1. 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 2851 ; Cary 
& co., London. 3554 

Little (The) red castle on the hill; 
words by M. Shockett, music by 
Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 
3599; Morris Shockett, Baltimore. 

3555 

Little (A) rhythm song; waltz, words 
and music by A. Left. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1929: E unp. 3733; Alice Leff, 
Whitewood, S. D. 3556 

Little (The) songster; by G. O'Con- 
nor-Morris, of Great Britain, op. 40, 
no, 1 ; pf . © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
15; E for. 2703; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 3557 

Little wonder girl; words by C. Crim- 
mins, music by Sylvester Long Cross. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3928; 
Chester Crimmins, Freewater, Or. 

3558 

Little yellow bird ; by Louise Godfrey 
Ogle ; pf . © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
28; E pub. 3769; Schroeder & Gun- 
ther, inc.. New York. 3559 

Ll'ove 'e pasca ; versi di Guglielmo 
Onofri, musica di A. Bascetta. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 3608; Alfredo 
Bascetta and G. Onofri, Brooklyn. 

3560 

Llanto : tango cancion, letra de Jean 
De Kel-Sar, musica de Humberto 
Mateo (Sancho) © Dec. 31, 1928; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E pub. 3141 ; H. 
Mac Knight, Paris. 3561 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Loneliness ; words by Godfrey Wil- 
liams, music by Everett Lynton, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace., with banju- 
lele banjo and ukulele arr. by Alvin 
D. Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 e. 
Feb. 2; E for. 2684; Lawrence 
Wright music co., London. 3562 

Lonely and blue; words and music by 
V. E. Geyer. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3356; Vernon E. Geyer, San 
Antonio. 3563 

Lonely little me ; slow fox trot, by 
Harry Parsons, of France ; orch. 
pts. 4to. © Jan. 5. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
31 ; E for. 2399 ; H. Benjamin, Paris. 

3564 

Lonely one ; lyric by Harry Tobias, 
music by Joe Burke. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3530; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 3565 

Lonesome and blue dear, without you ; 
lyric and music by F. M. Black. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 4116; Flor- 
rance Mildred Black, Leonia, N. J. 

3566 

Lonesome me ; words and music by W. 
T. Corbin. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3631; 
Wm. T. Corbin, Brooklyn. 3567 

Longing; by Norman Henderson, of 
Great Britain ; pf. © Nov. 21, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 6; E for. 2866; Metzler & 
co. (1920) ltd., London. 3568 

Look in her eyes ; fox trot, words and 
music by Ray Noble and Alan Mur- 
ray, of Great Britain ; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Harry J. Stafford. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 21 ; E for. 
2831 ; Campbell, Connelly & co., Lon- 
don. .3569 

Lookin' around for someone; words 
and music by Moe Jaffe, Scrappy 
Lambert and Clay Boland ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3349 ; Mills music, inc., New York. 

3570 

Lord (The) is my light; anthem, words 
from Psalm 27, music by A. F. Tate, 
of Great Britain ; sop. solo*, quartet 
and cho. of mixed voices ; organ ace. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 4to. 
© Jan. 29. 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 ; E for. 
2574; Arthur F. Tate, London. 

3571 



Lord (The) Jehovah reigns; 4 pt. song, 
music by J. Christopher Marks ; male 
voices ; organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3479 ; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. 3572 

Lord (The) now victorious ; for Easter 
or general use, by Pietro Mascagni, 
arr. by Philip Greely ; mixed voices 
with pf. or organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; E pub. 3233 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

3573 

Lord (The) still eth the tempest; 
words from Matthew 8, music by G. 
C. Murray. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
unp. 3610; Grace Cordia Murray, 
Rochester, N. Y. 3574 

Lord, who throughout these forty 
days; choral song for Lent, by Ar- 
thur Fickenseher ; mixed cho. or 
quartet; organ ace. 4to. © Feb. 
6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3651; 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 3575 

Lost flower; words by A. J. La Porta, 
music by Antoinette Erice, of Italy, 
domiciled at Philadelphia. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 3852 ; A. James 
La Porta, Philadelphia. 3576 

Lost lover blues ; words and music by 
Lulu Jackson. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; E unp. 
3696; State street music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 3577 

Lost one; words and music by Sunny 
Clapp and Irving Mills; pf. ace. 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3336 ; Mills music, inc., New York. 

3578 

Lotos ; tango, par D. Alchansky, of 
Poland ; orch. pts.. with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1929; E for. 2787; Societe d' Edi- 
tions musicales franco-americaine, 
Paris. 3579 

Love (The) bees; yodle, words and 
music by C. F. Hoofer. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1929 ; E unp, 3924 ; Charles Fred- 
erick Hoofer, Chicago. 3580 

Love boat; from The Broadway mel- 
ody, lyric by Arthur Freed, melody 
by Nacio Herb Brown ; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by Hank Linet. © Feb. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3700 ; 
Bobbins music corp., New York. 

3581 

Love is heaven, heaven is love; lyric 
by Alfred Bryan, music by Leo Ed- 
wards. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3912; 



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3603 



De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 3582 

Love is like a punch in the nose ; 
words by Billy Rose, music by Al 
Jolson and Peter De Rose. © Feb. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E pub. 3650 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 3583 

Love me now : words and music by B. 
Nawahi. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929: E 
unp. 4055: Benjamin Nawahi. New 
York. 3584 

Love of my heart ; words by Phebe 
Thompson, music by L. Patton. 
Portland, Ore., Manuscript club. © 
Jan. 2. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 2; E pub. 
3139 ; Lowell Patton. Portland. Or. 

3585 

Love (The) pirate; words by H. A. 
Robertson, music by Luther A. 
Clark. © Jan. 9. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; 
E pub. 3620; Huston A. Robertson, 
Tulsa. Okl. 3586 

Loveliness (The) of you; waltz song, 
words and music by M. C. Jansen. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3811; 
Maude Campbell Jansen, San Jose, 
Calif. 3587 

Lovely one ; words by Sammy Lerner, 
music by Roy Ingraham and Marty 
Quinto. © Feb. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
15; E pub. 3468; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 3588 

Love's broken threads ; words and mu- 
sic by E. M. Joseph, of Switzerland, 
domiciled at Hollywood, Calif. © 

1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3648; 
Eleanore M. Joseph. Hollywood, 
Calif. 3589 

Love's golden dream ; words by Wm. 
B. Shadwell, music by Gordon Balch 
Nevin : men's voices. 4to. © Feb. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3545 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

3590 

Love's paradise ; words by Geo. A. Lit- 
tle, music by Art Sizemore [i. e. 
Arthur Sizemore] and Paul Hosang ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 18: E pub. 3593: Harold 
Rossiter music co., Chicago. 3591 

Love's sweet melody ; words and music 
by M. L. Jeffords. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; 
E unp. 3963; Minnie Lee Jeffords. 
New York. 3592 

Loves sweet melody, in old New York ; 
words and music by M. L. Jeffords. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. L 



Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3661; Minnie 
Lee Jeffords, New York. 3593 

Loving Colorado: words and music by 
J. C. Glassford. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1929; E unp. 3594; Jesse Crandall 
Glassford, Grand Junction, Col. 

3594 

Loving just you ; words and music by 
George Ar, arr. by Elizabeth Flam- 
mer. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 
3787: Esther Bishop McMullen, 
Compton, Calif. 3595 

Loving (A) stroll in the moonlight; 
words by W. C. Penny, music by 
Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3472; William Columbus Penny, 
Wylam, Ala. 3596 

Low down dirty blues ; words and 
music by Leroy Carr. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3692 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3597 

Low down mama blues ; words and 
music by O. Long. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; 
E unp. 3824: Oliver Long, Yuma, 
Ariz. 3598 

Lualdi (Adriano) Deux rondeaux; 
texte de Clement Marot, musique de 
Adriano Lualdi, of Italy. 1. De 
l'amor du si§cle antique. [1 other] 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
for. 2734 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

3599 

Lucky girl [and] When I set eyes on 
you ; fox trots, from Lucky girl, by 
Philip Charig, orch. by Max Irwin, 
of Great Britain ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 23, 
1929 : 1 c. each Feb. 1 ; E for. 2841 ; 
Harms, inc., New York. 3600 

Lullaby ; duet or 2 pt. school cho., 
words by Mary Gleadall, music by 
Anna Priscilla Risher; sop. and alto. 
4to. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; 
E pub. 3551 ; Theodore Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 3601 

Lullaby ; words by Bernard M. Taylor, 
music by C. D. Darling. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1929: E unp. 3505; Charles 
Douglas Darling, Easton, Pa. 3602 

Lure (The) of the blazed trail; words 
and music by A. Geraldine Farrar 
[i. e. A. G. F. Gleason] © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1929 ; E . unp. 3491 ; Alice 
Geraldine Farrar Gleason, Mon- 
rovia, Calif. 3603 



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Ma curly-headed babby ; words and 
music by G. H. Clutsam, arr. by 
Clarence Lucas, of Great Britain ; 
mixed voices. New York, Chappell- 
Harms, inc. 4to. © Feb. 11. 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 12; E for. 2679; Chappell 
& co., ltd., London. 3604 

McNeill's (Duncan) hymn book; song 
testimonies, composed by D. Mc- 
Neill, of Great Britain, domiciled at 
Chicago, and others. 4to. © Jan. 
1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 2; aff. Feb. 28; 
AA 10372 ; Duncan McNeill, Chicago. 

3605 

Madame Recamier ; ouverture, de 
Leon Moreau, transcription pour 
orch. par Martin Garcias, of France ; 
pf. conductor pt. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2448; 
Lucien de Lacour, France. 3606 

Madrigal; by Andre Worniser, rev. by 
Georges Barrere, of France, domi- 
ciled at New York ; flute or violin, 
with pf. ace. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 4; E pub. 3258; G. Schirmer. 
inc., New York. 3607 

Madrilene; fandango et valse de No- 
via, par Roger Jenoc, of France; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E for. 2786 ; Paul Decourcelle, Paris. 

3608 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; set to 
music by Ernest Douglas ; mixed 
voices ; organ ace. ; in A min. 4to. 
© Nov. 9, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 3291; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3609 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; set to 
music by Jan Kannolus ; mixed 
voices ; organ ace. : in D flat. 4to 
© Nov. 16, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 3292; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3610 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; set to 
music by Norman Coke-Jephcott ; 
mixed voices ; organ ace. ; in G. 4to. 
© Nov. 9, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1920; 
E pub. 3298; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3611 

Make believe Mary ; words and music 
by J. Brandfonbrenner. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4030; Joseph Brandfonbren- 
ner, Brooklyn. 3612 

Mafia na ; tango-song, by Xavier Cou- 
gat, of Spain, domiciled at Holly- 
wood, Calif.; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 
1929; E unp. 3835; Pathe studios, 
inc., Culver City, Calif. 3613 



Mafiana por la mafiana (Long before 
the break of day) ; words and mu- 
sic by Maria Grever, English version 
by Frederick H. Martens; high or 
med. voice, or vocal duet. © Feb. 
4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8: E pub. 3501; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 3614 

Mandolinista 1928 ; [compiled] by I. 
Finizio, of Italy. © Sept. 11, 1928 ; 
1 c. Sept. 24; A— Foreign 1194; Ino 
Finizio, Naples. 3615 

Mandolinista 1928, E. Rossi ; compiia- 
tore Nicolo Cinque, of Italy. 4to. © 
Oct. 2, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 9; A— For- 
eign 473 ; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

3616 

Mandolinista 1928, Piedigrotta U. N. 
A. C. ; compilatore G. Alfano. of 
Italy. 4to. © Sept. 29, 1928; 1 c. 
Nov. 26 ; A — Foreign 581 ; Casa edi- 
trice musicale, U. N. A. C, Naples. 

3617 

Manneken-pis; chanson populaire, de 
Via manneken-pis, paroles de Leo 
Berryer, musique de Fernand Bastin, 
of France ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31. 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2513; 
Francis Salabert, Paris, 3618 

Marasita ; versi di P. Pizzi, musica di 
A. C. B. Caropresi. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 
E unpub. 2997 ; Pasquale Pizzi, New 
York. 3619 

Marche des Catherinettes ; paroles de 
Rene Dubreuil, musique de Rodolphe 
Halleux, of France; pf. ace, with 
ukulele arr. by F. Salabert. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2515; Francis Salabert, Paris. 3620 

Marching we go; by Mildred Weston; 
pf. with words. © Feb. 20, 1929: 

2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3641; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. 3621 

Margot, Margot ; fox trot, parole e 
musica di Alberto Ghislanzoni, of 
Italy. © Dec. 8, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929; E for. 2614; Carlo Lombardo, 
Milan. 3622 

Marguerite, can't you hear me call 
Marguerite! serenade, words and 
music by O. L. Hubbert ; with duet 
and ukulele arr. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929; E unp. 3535; Ollie Lee Hub- 
bert, Los Angeles. 3623 

Maria la porfiada ; words and music 
by D. V. Gonzalez, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E 
pub. 3408; Dionisio Acosta, Los An- 
geles. 3624 



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3646 



Mariachi Michoaeano ; words and mu- 
sic by Jesus Osorio, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. S ; E pub. 
3432 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

3625 

Marigold ; souvenir d' amour, by Erik 
Nilssen, of Great Britain ; pf. © 
Feb. 4, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 5; E for. 
2846 ; Beal, Stuttard & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 3626 

Marimohas rojas : cancion espanola 
para tiple, letra di Gonzalo Jover 
and Enrique Arroyo, musica di Cris- 
tobal Palacios [i. e. C. P. Garcia], 
of Spain. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E 
unp. 36S0 ; Cristobal Palacios Garcia, 
Malaga, Spain. 3627 

Marina ; melodrama in un atto di Na- 
tale Lo Bianco, musica di Giuseppe 
Signorelli, of Italy, riduzione per 
canto e pf. di Giuseppe Fabiano. © 
Nov. 12, 192S: 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; D 
for. 27455 ; Giovanni Signorelli & c, 
Milan. 362S 

Marquesita ; paroles espagnoles de Di- 
dier-Gold, musique de Jose Padilla. 
of Spain, ukulele arr. by F. Sala- 
bert ; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 
S, 1929: E for. 2794; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3629 

Marvelous child : words by Marion 
Sunshine, music by Howard Mott ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 10, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 15; E pub. 3719: 
F. B. Haviland nub. co., New York. 

3630 

Mary; fox-trot, words and music by 
Jerotheo Skiza, of Italy, domiciled 
at New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3555 ; Tetos music store, New York. 

3631 

Mary mine ; waltz, words and music by 
H. H. Reynolds. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 3909; Hayden Hamilton Rey- 
nolds, Starkville, Miss. 3632 

Mary, the mother ; Christmas carol, 
words by Langdon Elwyn Mitchell, 
music by Hugh A. Mackinnon ; wom- 
en's voices : organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 
14. 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 
3303; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

3633 

Masquerade ; one step, words by Elle 
De Witt, music by Kennedy Stewart, 
of Great Britain. © Jan. 4. 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 26: E for. 2865; Reginald 
Rupert Gann, Brighton, England. 

3634 



Mattheson (Johann) Air; arr. by 
Herbert A. Fricker, of Canada ; or- 
gan. (In St. Cecilia series no. 422) 
© Oct. 17, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E pub. 3310; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3635 

Max y Carlitos ; tango milonga, di D. 

F. Scloeco, riduzione per orchestrina 
con pf. conduttore di Illuminato Cu- 
lotta, of Italy, pts. 4to. © Feb. 
15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E for. 2726; 

G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 3636 

May-day valse ; by Frances Brockett 
Kellogg; pf. © Feb. 11. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 18; E pub. 3582; Willis music 
co., Cincinnati. 3637 

May-morn ; by Ernest Newton, of 
Great Britain; pf. © Feb. 1, 1929; 

1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2707; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 3638 

Maya (La) ; tango, par Pablo Labor, 
of France : orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2770; Editions 
Cicada, Paris. 3639 

Maya (La) ; tango, paroles de Armand 
Foucher, musique de Pablo Labor, 
of France. © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2439 ; Editions 
Cicada, Paris. 3640 

Mayflowers ; playful waltz movement, 
by Arthur Bergh, orch. by Edward 
Turkisher; orch. pts. with pf. or 
organ conductor. © Feb. 7, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3284; Bobbins 
music corp., New York. 3641 

Mazurka ; pour pf ., par Joseph Jon- 
gen, of Belgium. © Feb. 18, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 2643 ; Aug. Cranz, 
G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3642 

Me and you; words by Herbert J. 
Brandon, music by Charles Huerter ; 
med. or high voice. © Jan. 31, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3250; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 3643 

Mean old train blues; words and mu- 
sic by Leroy Carr. [Words' and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E 
unp. 3946 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3644 

Mean to me ; words and music by Roy 
Turk and Fred E. Ahlert. © Feb. 
1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3212; 
De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 3645 

Mediolanum ; fox trot, di Iginio Buz- 
zacchi, of Italy ; small orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 21 ; E for. 2826 ; 
A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 3646 



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Medley (A) of negro spirituals; cho., 
arr. by Bryceson Treharne, of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New York ; 
mixed voices a cappella. 4to. © 
Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; E pub. 
3571; Boston music co., Boston. 

3647 

Melancholy me; words and music by 
Lou Davis and Ted Fiorito. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929 ; E unp. 3810 ; De Sylva, Brown 
& Henderson, inc., New York. 3648 

Melodi-album ; for fiol, enligt Stradi- 
systemet, av B. Holm, of Sweden; 
with words. 4to. © Dec. 1, 1927; 

1 c. Dec. 20, 1928; E for. 1533; E. 
Anderssons musikforlag, Malmo, 
Sweden. 3649 

Melodies populaires des provinces de 
France; recueillies et harmonisees 
par Julien Tiersot, of France. 4to. 
1. Neuvieme serie. — 2, Dixieme se- 
rie. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E for. 2410, 2411 ; Heugel, 
Paris. 3650, 3651 

Melody caprice ; by Miltona Moore ; pf . 
© Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3398; Walter A. Quincke, Los An- 
geles. 3652 

Membership blues; words and music 
by W. R. Ellis. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3431; William 
R. Ellis, Washington. 3653 

Memories ; class song of 1928, Tufts 
college, words by Marion Austin 
Greene, music by Elizabeth Craw- 
ford Sonier. 4to. © June 15, 1928 ; 

2 c. Dec. 10 ; E pub. 3330 ; Leo Rich 
Lewis, Tufts college, Mass. 3654 

Memories lane ; words and music by 
M. G. Wiley. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; E pub. 
3967 ; Mirna Gotharcl Wiley, Omaha, 
Neb. . 3655 

Memories of a dream of long ago ; 
words and music by F. Martinez, jr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3545; Frank 
Martinez, jr., Clear Water, Fla. 

3656 

Memories of happiness ; words by Ali- 
son M. Bart, music by O. H. Damm. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3403; 
Otto Henry Damm, Cleveland. 3657 

Memory (A) ; by C. H. Jennings, jr.; 
melody, with pf. ace. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1929; E unp. 3718: Chas. H. Jen- 
nings, jr., Pittsburgh. 365S 



Memory stream; fox trot, words and 
music by Laveen Van Anda, of Can- 
ada. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3975; 
Robt. D. MacLachlan, Victoria, B. C, 
Canada. 3659 

Memphis wail ; by Duke Ellington ; pf . 
© Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E 
pub. 3362; Gotham music service, 
inc., New York. 3660 

Merino (El) ; valz, words and music 
by Simon G. Casas, of Mexico; pf. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; E pub. 3445; Dionisio 
Acosta, Los Angeles. 3661 

Mermaid (The) ; 2 pt. song, old sailor 
tune, arr. by Alec Rowley, of Great 
Britain ; treble voices. Winthrop 
Rogers ed. 4to. © Jan. 23, 1929; 

1 c. Feb. 4; E for. 2694; Hawkes & 
son (London) ltd., London. 3662 

Merrily singing; by Mildred Weston; 
pf. with words. © Feb. 20, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3640; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. 3663 

Metodo teorico-pratico ; per oboe, in 
sette parti, di Sigismondo Singer, of 
Poland, pt. l a . Italian, French, 
Spanish, English and German text. 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E for. 
2730 ; G. Ricordi & co:, Milan. 3664 

Mexicali moon; words and music by 
Buddy Valentine and Irving Mills; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 29, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3367; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 3665 

Migot (Georges) Deux preludes; 
pour orch., par Georges Migot, of 
France. Sc. © Dec. 31. 1928 : 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2441; Henry 
Lemoine et cie., Paris. 3666 

Military maids ; quand les femmes se- 
ront des homines, marche-fox, de 
Cole Porter, arr. par Francis Sala- 
bert, of France; orch., with pf. con- 
ductor and words. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2450; 
M. E. Sayag, Paris. 3667 

Miniature ; intermezzo, par Frederic 
Le Rey, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 : 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2475 ; 
J. Yves Krier, Paris. 3668 

Minuet in B minor ; by R. M. Critch- 
ley, op. 1 ; pf. Worcester, Mass,, J. 
Verner Critchley. © Feb. 6, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 12; E pub. 3512; Rosa- 
mond M. Critchley, Worcester. 3669 



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3692 



Miroir clu desert ; fox trot oriental, 
paroles de Paul Max, musique de P. 
Magritte et Ph. Pares, of France. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
E for. 2456 ; Editions musicales Sam 
Fox, Paris. 3670 

Mis cositas ; by J. P. Peralta, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at El Paso ; pf. [Pho- 
tostat] © Jan. 11. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
8; E pub. 3447; Dionisio Acosta, 
Los Angeles. 3671 

Mis delirios ; letra por Domingo Vil- 
lalpando, inusica por S. Espinosa. 
© Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 25: E 
pub. 3684 ; Sabino Espinosa, Indian 
Harbor, Ind. 3672 

Mississipi [ !] ; canzone one-step, pa- 
role e musica di Ermete Liberati, 
of Italy. © Dec. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 
6. 1929: E for. 2610; Carlo Lom- 
bardo, Milan. 3673 

Mitsue ; Mitsou, c'est une gosse de 
Paris, fox trot, par Fred Mele et 
Craven, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2766 ; 
Editions musicales Evette, Paris. 

3674 

Moderato : 1st position study for vio- 
lin, by John W. Crowley; in D. © 
Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 
35«3; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

3675 

Mokrejs (John) Scherzo: pf . ; in G 
flat. Rev. ed. New York, Odowan 
pub. co. © Nov. 9, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 
10 ; E pub. 2818 : John Mokrejs, New 
York. 3676 

Mon seul ami ; melodie fox-trot, pa- 
roles de Fernand Vimont, musique 
de Ph. Pares et Georges van Parys, 
of France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31 ; E for. 2453 ; Editions musi- 
cales Sam Fox, Paris. 3677 

Mona : Spanish love song, words and 
music by Cal De Voll and Buddy 
Valentine ; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3219; McKinley music co., Chicago. 

3678 

Moon fantasy : words by Theodicia 
Pearce, music by Jean McKinnon, 
of Canada. Toronto, Canada, 
Whaley, Royce & co., ltd. © Jan. 
21, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 23: E for. 2534; 
Jean McKinnon, St. Catharines, Ont, 
Canada. 3679 

Moon for sale ; words and music by 

R. F. Glick. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 

E unp. 3710; Ruth Fridman Glick, 

Cincinnati. 3680 



Moonbeams ; tango, words and music 
by B. Gabriel. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3999; Bernard Gabriel, New 
York. 3681 

Moonlight makes me think of you; 
words and music by Vic Meyers and 
Harold Weeks; pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; E pub. 
3585 ; West coast music publishers, 
inc., Seattle. 3682 

Moonyeen ; words and music by P. C. 
Prescott-Richardson. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929 ; E unp. 3653 ; Percival Charles 
Prescott-Richardson, New York. 

3683 

Moorland breezes; by J. W. Rooke, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 

1 c. Feb. 23; E for. 2832; Banks & 
son, York, England. 3684 

More than a friend ; hymn, words by 
Haldor Lillenas, music of verse by 
Burl Sparks, chorus by H. Lillenas. 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; E pub. 
3322 ; Lillenas pub. co., Indianapolis, 

3685 

More than a Savior ; hymn, words and 
music by J. P. Scholfield. (In Re- 
vival songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3751 ; Robert Henry 
Coleman, Dallas. 3686 

Morettina : by Remo D'Alba. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; E unp. 
1474; James B. Russo, Brooklyn. 

3687 

Morning blues; words and music by 
Freddie Spruell. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3569 ; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 3688 

Morning hymn ; anthem, words by A. 
B. Kenyon. music by Edna Fuller 
Day ; mixed voices, with pf. or organ 
ace. 4to. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
6 ; E pub. 3164 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 3689 

Morning prayer ; by W. E. Kritch ; 
violin with pf . ace. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 3454; Gamble 
hinged music co., Chicago. 3690 

Mosquee (La) ; par J. Turina, arr. par 
S. Chapelier, of France ; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; E for. 2779 ; Rou- 
art, Lerolle et cie., Paris. 3691 

Mother dear, I want you all-ways [ ! ] : 
words and music by I. L. Cotterell, 
of Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E unp. 3583; Ida 
Lee Cotterell, New York. 3692 



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Mother, dear old mother ; waltz, words 
and music by W. S. Galamore. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3815; W. S. 
Galamore, Detroit. 3693 

Mother, how sweet the name ; by E. 
R. Whited, arr. by Robert Van 
Sickle ; orch. pts. ; in F. 4to. © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 4; E pub. 
3268; Elma R. Whited, Middleport, 
N. Y. 3694 

Mother love ; words and music by C. 
H. Imhof. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3373 ; Carolyn Henriette Im- 
hof, Kansas City, Mo. 3695 

Mother — loving one; words and music 
by H. Svard. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 
4082; Harvey Svard, Philadelphia. 

3696 

Mother mine; waltz ballad, words by 
F. Hosford, music by Ray Hibbeler. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3394; Floyd 
Hosford, Newark Valley, N. Y. 3697 

Mother (The) of us men; words by G. 
Biehn, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
3927; George Biehn, Yakima, Wash. 

3698 

Mother, why did you bob your hair? 
words by F. Pummill, music by 
Richard Broughton. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3580; Franc Pummill, 
Weston, Or. 3699 

Mother's lullaby ; words and music by 
L. Evelyn Gensman ; med. voice. © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 
3455 ; Gamble hinged music co., Chi- 
cago. 3700 

Mountain sunshine girl ; words by 
Harold Bevan, music by J. E. Day- 
men. © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1929; E unp. 
4032 ; John Edwards Daymon, Phila- 
delphia. 3701 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Sym- 
phonic 1' escarpolette ; en mi bemol 
majeur, arr. par F. Salabert, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor and 1st violin direction. lst- 
4th pts. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. each 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2500-2503; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 3702-3705 

Muggheri mia ; words and music by P. 
Cittarella, of Italy, domiciled at 
at New York : violin. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1929: E unp. 3844; Paul Citta- 
rella, New York. 3706 



Mulinaredda ; versi di G. Marrone, 
musica di Mario Nicastro. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929; E unp. 3664; Gaspare Mar- 
rone, Brooklyn. 3707 

Music in the air ; cho. bk., compiled 
by Jerome Swinford and Anne 
Stratton. 8vo. © May 16, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 24. 1929; aff. Jan. 29; AA 
4108 ; John C. Winston co., Philadel- 
phia. 3708 

Musical (A) alphabet; tunes old and 
new, pf. pieces with words, composed 
and compiled by Constance Morse. 
© Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; E pub. 
3235; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

3709 

Musical portraits ; suite, by Richard 
Montaigne, of Great Britain ; pf . © 
Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 4; E for. 
2847; Cary & co., London. 3710 

My Angeline ; waltz, by Mabel Wayne, 
arr. by O. Sciacca ; band. obi. 
24mo. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
12 ; E pub. 3489 : Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 3711 

My Angeline; waltz, lyric by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert, music by Mabel Wayne, arr. 
by Ferdie Grofe ; orch. pts. © Feb. 
1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; E pub. 3230; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 3712 

My Angeline ; waltz song, words by L. 
Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel 
Wayne, arr. by Walter C. Simon ; 
Feistyle pianorgan. © Feb. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; E pub. 3606 ; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 3713 

My baby said yes ; words and music 
by Al Joison, Billy Rose and Dave 
Dreyer. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; E unp. 4057 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 3714 

My best friend ; hymn, words and 
music by N. B. Vandall. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. 3325; 
Lillenas pub. co., Indianapolis. 3715 

My blackbirds are bluebirds now ; fox- 
trot, music by Cliff Friend, arr. by 
O. Sciacca ; full military band pts. 
obi. 24mo. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 1 ; E pub. 3224 ; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 3716 

My blackbirds are bluebirds now; 
words by Irving Caesar, music by 
Cliff Friend, compiled by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert ; special organ transcription. 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; E pub. 
3229; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

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My blue girl ; words and music by M. 
C. Berube. Boston, Mass., W. B. 
Hasey & co. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 19: E pub. 3G0S : Marion C. 
Berube, Providence, R. I. 3718 

My boyhood days ; poem by James P. 
Whedon, music by Leroy Wetzel : 
low in B flat. © Feb. 11. 1929 : 2 c. 
Feb. 13 : E pub. 3456 ; Gamble 
hinged music co., Chicago. 3719 

My castle in Spain is a shack in the 
lane : fox-trot ballad, words and 
music by Cliff Friend and Irving 
Caesar, arr. by Walter C. Simon; 
Feistyle pianorgan. © Feb. 21, 1929 : 
2 c. Feb. 23 : E pub. 3729 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 3720 

My Chicago; words and music by 
Ernie Burnett. [Chords, single staff] 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3772; 
Ernest M. Burnett, Chicago. 3721 

My childhood days ; words and music 
by M. E. Livingston. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1929; E unp. 3748; Mary Elisa- 
beth Livingston, Sedro Wolley, Wash. 

3722 

My cigarette girl, sure a Lucky Strike ; 
words and music by J. T. Searle. © 

1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; E unp. 3426 ; Jose- 
phine Truax Searle, Boston. 3723 

My college dream girl ; words by F. 
Hayes, music by F. Hayes ana" H. 
Bradshaw; pf. © Feb. 13, 1929: 

2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 3773; Fred 
Hayes and Herbert Bradshaw. Clin- 
ton, Ind. 3724 

My cottage built for two ; lyric and 
music by F. M. Black. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 : 
E unp. 4115 ; Florrance Mildred 
Black, Leonia, N. J. 3725 

My cup runneth over; hymn, words 
and music by J. P. Scholfhld. (In 
Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3742; Robert 
Henry Coleman, Dallas. 3726 

My dog Tack ; lyric by Noel Louis 
Provost, music by Vance Morton, — 
Barnyard jig; lyric by Noel Louis 
Provost, set to folk-song [and] Mos- 
quito march : music by Vance Mor- 
ton ; pf . © Feb. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
13; E pub. 3462; Bendix pub. co., 
Lincoln, Neb. 3727 

My Dolores, I love you so ; words and 
music by H. Jolet. [Photostat] © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; E unp. 3361 ; Har- 
old Jolet, Chicago. 3728 



My dynamic personality; words and 
music by Reggie Montgomery [i. e. 
Reginald Montgomery] and George 
Ward. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; E unp. 3450; 
Reginald Montgomery, Pasadena, and 
George Ward, Hollywood, Calif. 

3729 

My gift to you : words and music by 
G. L. Robinette. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929: E unp. 3455; Grace Hubbard 
Robinette and Donald Jasper Robi- 
nette, Butte, Mont. 3730 

My Hawaiian home ; Words and music 
by John V. Pacheco, arr. by J. Noble ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 1, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 7: E pub. 3209; Johnny 
Noble, Honolulu. 3731 

My heart is bluer than your eyes, 
cherie ; words by Alfred Bryan, 
music I by Monte Wilhite. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6. 1929 ; E unp. 3481 ; Joe Hiller 
music Corp., Pittsburgh. 3732 

My heart's in the Highlands ; words by 
Robert Burns, music by Robert 
Caird, of Great Britain. London and 
Glasgow, Bayley & Ferguson. © 
Jan. 24, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8: E for. 
2569; Robert A. Caird, Margate, 
Kent, England. 3733 

My home sweet home ; words and 
music by R. Albright. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3496 ; Ray Albright, Newark, 
N. J. 3734 

My home town gal ; ballad, words and 
music by E. H. Paisley. New York 
City, Frank Harding. © Jan. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 3175; 
Edna H. Paisley, Fort Pierre, S. D. 

3735 

My honey boy ; words and music by 
E. Lau. [Words and melody onlv] 
© 1 c. Feb. 4. 1929; E unp. 3387: 
Elsie Lau. Hilo, Hawaii. 3736 

My kinda love; one way to paradise, 
lyric by Jo' Trent, music by Louis 
Alter ; pf . ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Hank Linet. © Feb. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3282 ; Robbins music 
Corp., New York. 3737 

My little garden world ; words by 
J. M. Stuart- Young, music by Molly 
Carew, of Great Britain. © Dec. 
24, 1928: 1 c. Dec. 29; E for. 1772; 
Chappell & co.. ltd., London. 3738 

My little girl ; words by E. Walker, 
music by David Reed. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1929; E unp. 3756; Eveline 
Walker, Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

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My little love baby ; words by J. 
Bonanno, music by David Reed. © 

1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3548; 
Josephine Bonanno, Houston. 3740 

My little one ; words by T. L. Chap- 
pelle, music by Doc Schier [pseud, 
of A. Schier] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3636 ; Thos. L. Chappelle and 
Adolph Schier, Atlanta. 3741 

My love ; words and music by M. D. 

Waller. [Words and melody only] 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 3346; 

Miriam Deacy Waller, Bronxville, 

N. Y. 3742 

My love ship of dreams ; words and 
music by Harold Dixon ; pf . ace, 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3358 ; Gotham music service, inc.. 
New York. , 3743 

My madonna ; words by Billy Rose, 
music by Fred Fisher and Louis 
Silvers ; pf . ace, with ukulele arr. 
by May Singhi Breen. © Jan. 31, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; E pub. 3134; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 3744 

My mother's eyes ; fox-trot, theme song 
of Lucky boy, by L. Wolfe Gilbert 
and Abel Baer, arr. by Walter C. 
Simon ; Feistyle pianorgan. © Feb. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; E pub. 3607 ; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 3745 

My mother's eyes ; words by L. Wolfe 
Gilbert, music by Abel Baer, com- 
piled by L. Wolfe Gilbert ; special 
organ transcription. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 6 ; E pub. 3225 ; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 3746 

My Nettie; fox trot, by J. Bethan- 
court, of Guatemala, domiciled at 
Philadelphia; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1929; E unp. 3770; Jose Bethan- 
court, Philadelphia. 3747 

My old lady blues ; words and music 
by Roy Evans. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3499; Joseph M. Davis, New York. 

3748 

My people ; words by Paul Cunning- 
ham, music by Paul Winkopp ; pf . 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 4. 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3397; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. 3749 

My prayer ; hymn, words and music by 
B. B. McKinney. (In Revival 
songs.) © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
11 ; E pub. 3740 ; Robert Henry Cole- 
man, Dallas. 3750 



My prayer; words by Frances Ring, 
music by Martin Broones ; med. or 
high voice. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; E pub. 3510; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 3751 

My pretty blue eyes; fox trot, words 
and music by S. Zitter. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1929; E unp. 4121; Samuel 
Zitter, Mattapan, Mass. 3752 

My promise; words by M. Whelan, 
music by B. M. Hale. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1929; E unp. 3735; Margaret 
Whelan, Norwich, Conn. 3753 

My river of dreams ; words by Mel. 
Brewster, music by H. C. Weasner 
and John W. Newton ; pf . and 
ukulele ace. © Feb. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3321 ; H. C. Weasner 
& co., Buffalo. 3754 

My Rocky Mountain home ; words and 
music by Harold Saylor. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 3463; Nathan 
Harold Saylor, Chicago. 3755 

My slumber song; words and music 
by Myrtle Farnham ; violin and 
voice. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 
3761 ; Myrtle Farnham, Chicago. 

3756 

My sunny southern home; words by 
F. A. Hehr, music by Luther A. 
Clark. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
18: E pub. 3590; Frances A. Hehr, 
Cleveland. 3757 

My sunshine; lyric by Sunny Clapp, 
music by Dee Larroque ; pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by M. Kalua. © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3337 ; Mills music, inc., New York. 

3758 

My sunshine ; words by W. L. Herron, 
music by Adrian J. Larroque and 
W. L. Herron. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 
4019; Warren L. Herron, Gulfport, 
Miss. 3759 

My sweetheart ; words and music by 
M. C. Payin. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; 
E unp. 3957; Mary Cathryn Payin, 
St. Paul. 3760 

My sweetheart's gone away ; words by 
E. A. Harris, music by Richard 
Broughton. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1929; 
E unp. 3885; Everett A. Harris, 
Ewing, Neb. 3761 

My sweetheart's refrain; words and 
music by W. S. Shotwell, arr. by 
Grace P. Connell. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929; E unp. 3808; Woodford Stew- 
art Shotwell. Springfield, O. 3762 



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3784 



My thrill : words and music by I. 
O'Donoghue. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 
3684 ; Irene O'Donoghue, Brooklyn. 

3763 

Same. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; E 

unp. 4140 ; Irene O'Donoghue, Brook- 
lyn. 3764 

My tree ; meditation, words by Donald 
Bain, music by E. A. Schulze, arr. 
by A. G. W. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; 
E imp. 3792; Ernst A. Schulze, 
Evanston, 111. 3765 

My Xmas card; words and music by 
R. D. Saunders. 12mo. © Dec. 17, 
1928; 2 c. Dec. 26; E pub. 3285; 
Richard Drake Saunders, Los An- 
geles. 3766 

Mystere (Le) des ruines ; ouverture 
dramatique, par Jean Mazot, of 
France; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E for. 2494 ; J. Yves Krier, 
Paris. 3767 

Mysterien ; tondichtung fur violoncell 
und orch., von Paul Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 59. Sc. © Dec. 2, 1928; 

1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E for. 2635: F. 
E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig. 3768 

Mysterious (The) master; operetta in 

2 acts, words by Sarah Grames 
Clark, music by Otis M. Carrington. 
Voc. sc. 4to. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31; D pub. 27457; Myers & 
Carrington, Redwood City, Calif. 

3769 
Mytho ; fox-trot, von Harold De Bozi, 
of France ; odeon and salonorch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and violin 1 con- 
ductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929: 1 c. 
Feb. 9 ; E for. 2648 ; Aug. Cranz, G. 
m. b. H., Leipzig. 3770 

'Na mamma senza core ; versi di V. 
Nobile, musica di Luigi Canoro, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York. 
[Words and melody only] 4to. © 
Feb. 5. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3623 ; Vincenzo Nobile, New York. 

3771 

Napolitania : pour pf ., par Joseph Jon- 
gen, of Belgium. © Feb. 18, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 2642 ; Aug. Cranz, 
G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3772 

Natalie; words by Pat. K. Heale, mu- 
sic by Fred Elizalde, of Great Brit- 
ain; pf. ace, with banjulele banjo 
and ukulele arr. by Keech. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 
24, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2675: 
Cavendish music co.. London. 3773 



Nativitas D. N. Jesu Christi ; cycle de 
Noel, pour grand orgue, par Charles 
Tournemire, of France, op. 55. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2413; Heugel, Paris. 3774 

Natoma ; words by F. E. Heppe, mu- 
sic by Phil Starr. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E 
unp. 3469; Florence Edna Heppe, 
Chicago. 3775 

Naughty; words and music by P. W. 
Porter. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3389; 
Percy W. Porter, Springfield, S. C. 

3776 

Naval (The) cadet's march; by Gladys 
Cumberland, of Great Britain ; per- 
cussion band, with pf. conductor, 
child conductor's sc. and pf. duet, 
violin ad lib. © Jan. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 7 ; E for. 2546 ; Warren & Phil- 
lips, London. 3777 

Neath the moon ; words by R. Gibson, 
music by S. Marco and J. Finke, jr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3943; 
Ross Gibson, Portland, Or., Sano 
Marco, New York, and John Finke, 
jr., Ravena, N. Y. 3778 

'Neath the old olive trees ; duet, words 
and music by B. B. McKinney. (In 
Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3741; Robert 
Henry Coleman, Dallas. 3779 

'Neath the spell of the moon ; lyrics by 
L. Shears, music by V. Tomasulo. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3970; 
Vincent Tomasulo and Louis Shears, 
Brooklyn. 3780 

Nervous wreck ; words by Dewey Rec- 
ord and R. Arthur Booker, music by 
W. Bishop. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 
3614; Walter Bishop, New York. 

3781 

Neve rossa ; valzer esitation, versi di 
Giovanni Maria Sala, musica di 
Nello Segurini, of Italy ; pf . © Jan. 
11, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 ; E for. 2539 ; 
A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 3782 

Never; words and music by Archie 
Gottler, Maceo Pinkard and Charles 
Tobias. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
21 ; E pub. 3626 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 3783 

Never again ; words and music by L. 
Nicchia. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 27. 1929; E unp. 4070; 
Lillian Nicchia, Mountain Lakes, 
N. J. 3784 



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New songs for the home and radio ; 
words by Mack Miller, Lotta Greene 
and others, music by David Reed, 
Lee Turner and others ; pf . and uku- 
lele ace. © Jan. 2, 1929: 2 c. Jan. 
28; aff. Jan. 26; AA 10378; Stuart 
music co., Chicago. 3785 

New way of living blues; words and 
music by Williard Thomas. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3565; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3786 

Nicholls (Heller) Seven beginner 
pieces for violin; by H. Nicholls, of 
Great Britain ; with pf. ace. © Jan. 
21, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; E for. 2549; 
Warren & Phillips, London. 3787 

Nido ; canzone-tango, versi di Nando 
Vitali, musica di Salvatore Allegra. 
of Italy. © Dec. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb! 
6, 1929; E for. 2605; Saporetti e 
Cappelli, Florence, Italy. 3788 

Night (A) in June; words and music 
by L. M. Niederer. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929; E unp. 4068; Louise Marie 
Niederer, Foristell, Mo. 3789 

Night time; by Xavier Cougat, of 
Spain, domiciled at Hollywood, 
Calif.; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1929; 
E unp. 3838 ; Pathe studios, inc., Cul- 
ver City, Calif. 3790 

Nineteen twenty nine ; words and mu- 
sic by A. Geraldine Farrar \i. e. A. 
G. F. GleasonJ © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3492; Alice Geraldine Farrar 
Gleason, Monrovia, Calif. 3791 

Ninive ; canzone fox trot, di T. Petra- 
lia C, of Italy ; orch. pts., with pf . 
conductor. 8vo. © Feb. 28, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 28; E for. 2859; A. Forli- 
vesi & c, Florence, Italy. 3792 

Ninon, Ninon, jolie ; fox-trott chante, 
par J. Rico, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Jan. 10, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; E for." 2760 ; Joseph 
Rico, Courbevoie, Seine, France. 

3793 

Niobe; fox-trot, di T. Petralia C, of 
Italy ; orch. pts., with pf . conductor. 
8vo. © Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1929 ; E for. 2858 ; A. Forlivesi & c, 
Florence, Italy. 3794 

No candle was there and no fire ; words 
by Frances M. Gostling, music by 
Liza Lehmann, arr. as quartet or an- 
them for mixed voices, by William 
Stickles ; organ or pf . ace. 4to. © 
Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3220 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

3795 



No hay plata ; tango, di Eva Taveira, 
riduzione per orchestrina con pf. 
conduttore di Illuminato Culotta, of 
Italy, pts. 4to. © Feb. 15. 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 16 ; E for. 2723 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 3796 

No llores Pancha ; words and music 
by Simon G. Casas, of Mexico; pf. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3444 ; Dionisio Acos- 
ta, Los Angeles. 3797 

No mas a ti ; words and music by 
Simon G. Casas, of Mexico ; pf. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3439 ; Dionisio Acos- 
ta, Los Angeles, 3798 

No more you ; from Follow thru, words 
and music by B. G. DeSylva [pseud, 
of George Gard De Sylva], Lew 
Brown and Ray Henderson, arr. by 
Joseph M. Weiss: pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; 
E pub. 3151 ; DeSylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 3799 

No one but you ; words and music by 

A. T. Walters. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 
3632; Austin T. Walters, Kintners- 
ville, Pa. 3800 

Nobody cares; words and music by 
Jack J. Sheridan. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3366 ; Jack Sheridan, Chicago. 

3801 

Nobody cares like mother; ballad, 
words by M. Heene, music by Robert 
H. Brennen. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
30; E pub. 3178; Marguerite Heene, 
Leavenworth, Kan. 3802 

Nobody knows you when you're down 
and out ; words and music by Pine- 
top Clarence Smith. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13. 1929 ; 
E unp. 3706 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 3803 

Nobody's fault but my own ; written 
and composed by Vee Lawnhurst. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 3858 ; Edward 

B. Marks music co., New York. 

3804 

Nobody's fault but your own ; fox-trot, 
written and composed by Alan Mur- 
ray and Ray Noble, both of Great 
Britain ; pf. and ukulele or banju- 
lele banjo ace. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Dec. 17, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929; E for. 637; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd., London. 3805 



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3827 



Nola; by Felix Arndt, arr. by J. S. 
Zamecnik: B flat clarinet with pf. 
ace. © Feb. 25. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; 
E pub. 3699; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 3806 

Non ti rammenti i baci ; melody arr. 
by A. Ippolito. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929; E unp. 4021; S. Riccardi, New 
York. 3807 

Norwood bigb inarching song; words 
and music by Louis R. McBay, arr. 
by Carmela C. Vena. © Dec. 29, 
192S ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; E pub. 3263 ; 
Louis R. McBay. Norwood, Mass. 

3808 

Nostalgia russa ; di Aldo Montanari, 
of Italy ; orch. pts.. witb pf . conduc- 
tor. 8vo. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
2S: E for. 2857; A. Forlivesi & c, 
Florence, Italy. 3S09 

Nothin' but tbe blues ; words by Matt 
Freedman [i. e. M. Freedman]. mu- 
sic by Cy Cotler [i. e. S. Cotler] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 3427; Simon 
Cotler. New York, and Matilda 
Freedman, Lansdowne, Pa. 3810 

Nothin' you do can make me blue; 
words and music by M. Aaron. New 
York City. Frank Harding. © Jan. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; E pub. 3180 ; 
Margaret Aaron. Blacksburg, Ya. 

3811 

Notti veneziane ; waltz, by Flaminio 
Pignoloni ; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1929 ; E unp. 3895 ; Apollo music co., 
Brooklyn. 3812 

Now for home I'm leaving on tbe fast- 
est east-bound train ; mountaineer 
ballad, words and music by J. H 
Crockett, jr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
3936; Johnny Harvey Crockett, jr., 
Fowler, Calif. 3813 

Now you know I*m jealous! novelty 
song, words and music by W. R. 
Hodgin. [Words and melodv onlv] 
© 1 c. Feb. 13. 1929; E unp. 3689; 
Willard Randolph Hodgin, New 
York. 3814 

Nowa przepioreczka ; by Joseph Ka- 
palka. © 1 c. Feb. 16. 1929 ; E unp. 
3785 : International music pub. co., 
Chicago. 3815 

Nuit angoissante ; par Joseph Rico, of 
France; orch. pts.. with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 
8. 1929; E for. 2759; Joseph Rico. 
Courbevoie, Seine, France. 3816 



Nuit (Une) au Louvre; operette en 3 
actes, de Henri Duvernois, lyrics de 
Rene Dorin, musique de Louis Urgel, 
of France. Voice and pf. sc. © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; D 
pub. 27447 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

3817 

Nuovo libro d' inni e salmi spirituaii ; 
[compiled] by M. Tosetto. 12mo. 
© Nov. 28, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 19; aff. 
Jan. 11. 1929; A 5127; Chiesa Cris- 
tiana, Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Con- 
gregazione Cristiana, Chicago. 3818 

Nur das kleine wortchen ach ; lied und 
tango, Deutscher text von Roxy, mu- 
sik von Buzas Mihaly, of Hungary, 
klav. arr. von Nico Dostal. © Nov. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E for. 
2577 ; Alrobi musikverlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 3819 

O be joyful in the Lord ; jubilate Deo, 
words from Psalm 100, music by 
Carleton H. Bullis ; mixed voices in 
A ; organ ace. 4to. . © Oct. 14. 1927 ; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 3307 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 3820 

O. E. S. musical service ; words by R. 
B. Brown, music by L. B. Knox ; 
mixed voices. 4to. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3565 ; Lenox mu : 
sic co., Boston. 3821 

O hartopehtis ; wo/ds and music by 
Jerotheo Skiza, of Italy, domiciled 
at New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3556; Tetos music store, New York. 

3822 

O Lord, support us all the long day ; 
anthem, prayer of John Henry New- 
man, music by J. Christopher 
Marks ; mixed voices with organ ace. 
4to. © Jan. 31. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; 
E pub. 3231; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3823 

O love that will not let me go ; an- 
them, words by G. Matheson, music 
by R. M. Stults. 4to. © Feb. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; E pub. 3166 ; Wm. 
A. Pond & co., New York. 3824 

O may my walk be close with God ; 
words by Mrs. Charles Sherwin, mu- 
sic by Herbert Johnson. 1. Mixed 
quartet. — 2. Male quartet. 4to. © 
Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 25; E 
pub. 3674, 3675 ; Peate's music house, 
inc., Utica, N. Y. 3825, 3826 

O praise the Lord ; anthem, words from 
Psalm 117. music by Eugene F. 
Marks; mixed voices. 4to. © Feb. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3546 ; 
Theodore Piesser co., Philadelphia. 

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O, the holly; Christmas carol, words 
by Ffrida Wolfe, music by Hugh A. 
Mackinnon ; mixed voices ; organ 
ace. 4to. © Oct. 14, 1927 ; 2 c. Feb. 
9, 1929; E pub. 3304; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 3828 

O welcome in our midst ; song of greet- 
ing, words by Percy Dearmer, music 
by M. Shaw, of Great Britain. Lon- 
don, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 12mo. 
© Jan. 12, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 16 ; E for. 
2573; Martin Shaw, London. 3829 

O wondrous love ; hymn, words by J. 
Stewart Smith, music by George C. 
Stebbins. (In Revival songs) © 
Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3753; Robert Henry Coleman, Dal- 
las. 3830 

Obersteiger (Der) ; fantasie, von Carl 
Zeller, arr. von Leo Artok, of Ger- 
many, op. 108; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor and 1st violin direction. 
© Feb. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; E for. 
2745 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Ger- 
many. 3831 

Occhi neri ; parole e musica di Dina 
Evarist, of Italy. © Dec. 10, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 : E for. 2612 ; Carlo 
Lombardo, Milan. 3832 

Od Wioseczki do Wioseczki ; by Joseph 
Kapalka. © 1 cV Feb, 16, 1929; E 
unp. 3784 ; International music pub. 
co., Chicago. 3833 

Of all the airts the winds can blow; 
words by Robert Burns, music by 
Edward Reitz. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4000; Edward E. Reitz, Buf- 
falo. 3834 

Office boys ; words and music by L. 
DeTurk. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 3728; 
LeRoy DeTurk, Cincinnati. 3835 

Office (The) of the holy communion; 
set to music by T. Frederick H. 
Candlyn ; organ ace. ; in D flat. 4to. 
© Oct. 14, 1927; 2 c. Feb, 9, 1929; 
E pub. 3288; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3836 

Oft in the twilight glow; souvenir, 
words by Marion Graybiel Means, 
music by Franz Drdla, arr. by Royal 
Andrews Merwin ; female voices. 
4to. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; 
E pub. 3722; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 
New York. 3837 

Oh ! baby what a night ! words by A. 
Seymour Brown, music by Albert 
Von Tilzer; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by May Singhi Breen. © Feb. 



4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 5; E pub. 3162; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

3838 
Oh Byrd the gem of the ocean and 
sky ; words by B. B. Rhoades, music 
by Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3473; Bertha B. Rhoades, Norris- 
town, Pa. 3839 

Oh cullud man; words and music by 
L. J. Bennett. [Photostat] © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4005; Louis 
J. Bennett, Kansas City, Mo. 3840 

Oh! Henry! words and melody by 
J. V. Laughland, of Canada ; with pf . 
ace. Toronto, Canada, Whaley, 
Royce & co., ltd. © Jan. 29, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E for. 2524; J. V. 
Laughland, Stella, Ont., Canada. 

3841 

Oh ! it's nice to have a girl like mine ; 
words, music and ukulele arr. by 
J. J. Shupienis. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4108 ; Joseph John Shupienis, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 3842 

Oh ma, what a man ; words and music 
by Albert Gumble, Leon Flatow and 
Al. Bryan ; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. 
by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3338; Mills music, 
inc.,, New York. 3843 

Oh ! Peggy ! words by Golden Maxwell, 
music by C. A. Pedrick. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1929; E unp. 3600; Clinton A. Pe- 
drick, Santa Monica, Calif. 3844 

Oh sume, suscipe; words by Saint 
Ignatius, music by a Sister of the 
Visitation [i. e. M. Loretto Browne] ; 
sop. and alto or ten. and bar. ; organ 
ace. Tacoma, Wash., The Sisters of 
the Visitation. © Dec. 1, 1925 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1928; E pub. 3658; Mary 
L. Browne, Tacoma. 3845 

Oh ! we like 'em bald-headed ; words 
and music by Merle Hunt [pseud, 
of M. H. Etson], of Great Britain. 
© Dec. 4, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 10 ; E for. 
1208; Merle Hunt Etson, Edgerton, 
Alta., Canada. 3846 

Ojitos chinos y negros . . . . ; words 
and music by Alfredo Reza, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at El Paso. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; 
E pub. 3441 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 3847 

Oklahoma lullaby; words by J. Will 
Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts ; 
med. voice. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 30; E pub. 3238; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 3848 



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3870 



Old country stomp; words and music 
bv J. M. Williams. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3713 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Cbicago. 3849 

Old folks at home ; way dow T n upon de 
Swanee Ribber, words and melody 
by Stephen C. Foster, harmonized 
and arr. by Purcell J. Mansfield, of 
Great Britain, op. 84, no. 1 ; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Jan. 25. 1929: 1 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E for. 2568 ; Bayley & Fer- 
guson, Glasgow. 3850 

Old moon ; words by R. Gibson, music 
by S. Marco and John Finke, jr. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3944; 
Sano Marco, New York. John Finke, 
jr.. Ravena. N. Y„ and Ross Gibson, 
Portland, Or. 3851 

Old (An) refrain; fox-trot, words by 
J. L. Matisoff. music by Milton 
Davis ; in C. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4043: Jack L. Matisoff, Los 
Angeles. 3852 

Old timer ; lyric by Billy Rose, music 
by Louis Silvers. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; E 
unp. 543 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 3853 

Old wedding ring; words by M. R. 
Luman, music by Sylvester Long 
Cross. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 
3933; Mattie R. Luman, Medford, 
Or. 3854 

Ombre (L') qui fuit; reverie, de I. 
Snoek, of France, op. 223 ; orch., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Oct. 19, 
1928; 1 c. Nov. 2; E for. 1015; 
Hawkes & son (London) ltd., Lon- 
don. 3855 

On est plus leger ; paroles de Fursy, 
musique de M. Christine, of France ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by F. 
Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E for. 2516 ; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 3856 

On the roller-coaster; by Irene Rod- 
gers ; pf. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
18; E pub. 3584; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 3857 

On trial ; words and music by J. How- 
arth. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 25. 1929 ; E unp. 3988 ; John 
Howarth, Fall River, Mass. 3858 

On wings of love ; words and music 
by H. Rhoads. [Words and melodv 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3497 ; Helen Rhoads, Glendale, Calif. 

3859 



On with the dance ! words by Edgar 
Leslie and Al Dubin, music by Jiin- 
mie Monaco ; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 9, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. 
3318 ; Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 
inc., New York. 3860 

One (The) girl of my dreams; words 
and music by Ken O'Brien [i. e. K. 
B. O'Brien] © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 23; E pub. 3636; Kenneth B. 
O'Brien, Minneapolis. 3861 

One little hour with you; words by 
E. Rodgers, music by Herbert B. 
Ostrow. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4036; 
Ella Rodgers, Sharon Hill, Pa. 

3862 

One little year; waltz, words and mu- 
sic by N. E. Brooks. [Blue-print] 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4073; 
Norman Eugene Brooks, Concord, 
N. H. 3863 

4 

One moment more with you; words 
and music by Ray Egan, Dick Whit- 
ing and Neil Moret ; pf . and ukulele 
ace. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; 
E pub. 3372; Villa Moret, inc., San 
Francisco. 3864 

One over the 8; by Joseph G. Halter, 
orch. by Murgatroyd Farrar, both 
of Great Britain ; orch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. London, De Wolfe's. 
4to. © Jan. 4, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 4; 
E for. 2550; Meyer de Wolfe, Lon- 
don. 3865 

One (The) that I love loves me ; words 
and music by Roy Turk and Fred 
E. Ahlert. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E unp. 
3348; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

3866 

Only of thee and me; poem by Louis 
Untermeyer, music by P. R. Frey. 
© Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 
3147; Philip Rockel Frey, Spring- 
field, O. 3867 

Only the blues ; words and music by 
T. Dorsey. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 
4090 ; Thomas Dorsey, Chicago. 

3868 

Only through failure have I realized 
success ; words and music by A. M. 
West. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929: E unp. 
2736; Alvin M. West. New York. 

3869 

Open the door; hymn, words and mu- 
sic by J. P. Scholfield. (In Revival 
songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
11 ; E pub. 3756 ; Robert Henry Cole- 
man, Dallas. 3870 



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Open up clem pearly gates for me; 
words and music by C. J. Robison. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3-137; Carson 
J. Robison, New York. 3871 

Optimist (The) and the pessimist; 
humorous duet, words by Percy Ed- 
gar, music by Lauri Bowen, of 
Great Britain ; ten. and bar. © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 
2676; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

3872 

Or what have you ; lyric by G. Henry, 
music by M. Hamilton. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; 
E unp. 4086 ; Grace Henry and Mor- 
ris Hamilton, New York. 3873 

Orgelkliinge aus neuerer und neuester 
zeit ; eine sammlung von tonstiicken, 
hrsg. von Wilhelm Trenkner, of 
Germany, v. 3. obi. 8vo. © Jan. 
12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; E for. 2631; 
F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig. 3874 

Oriental fantasy; by F. Payne. Orig- 
inal sc. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E 
unp. 4013 ; Sterling Payne, Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 3875 

Original (An) melody in Russian 
style ; by Boris Levenson, op. 70 ; 
violin and pf . © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; E pub. 3208; Belwin, inc., 
New York. 3876 

Orphan girls ; marcia sinf onica, by 
Domenick Villoni ; band pts. 4to. 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
pub. 3739; D. Villoni & son, Cleve- 
land. 3877 

Oshamno-mikol-om ; words from He- 
brew prayer, music by S. Gozinsky. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1929 ; E unp. 3370 ; S. Gozin- 
sky, New York. 3878 

Oublie ; valse boston, paroles de De- 
sire Cadine, musique de Antonin 
Ferre, of France. © Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2742; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

3879 

Oud-vlaamsche kerstliederen ; met 
klavierbewerking van Edward Ver- 
heyden, of Belgium. 4to. © Dec. 
10. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E for. 
2722 ; Het muziekf onds, Antwerp, 
Belgium. 3880 

Our country; lyric by Frank Living- 
stone [pseud, of F. L. Warner], mu- 
sic by L. Hope. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3607 ; Frank L. Warner, Ala- 
meda, Calif., and Louise Hope, San 
Francisco. 3881 



Our great convention day ; hymn, 
words and music by Thomas Ben- 
ton. © Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; 
E pub. 3704; Eugene Monroe Bart- 
lett, Hartford, Ark. 3882 

Our playground ; words by A. French, 
music by Sylvester Long Cross. © 

1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 3930 ; Ad- 
die French, The Dalles, Or. 3883 

Our President ; marching song, words 
and music by Joseph Frank. Chi- 
cago, Joseph Frank music pub. co. 
© Feb. 8, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3381; Joseph Frank, Chicago. 3884 

Our President, Mr. Hoover ; words and 
music by E. Taylor. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3996; Elizabeth Taylor, 
Cleveland. 3885 

Our united land ; lyric by M. D. Bright, 
music by Clarence Charles Eastway. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 3973 ; Merrion 
De Lafayette Bright, Thielman, 
Minn. 3886 

Out of the depths ; anthem, 4 pt. cho., 
text from Psalm 130, music by John 
Prindle Scott ; mixed voices with 
solo for sop. or ten. ; organ ace. 
4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; 
E pub. 3761 ; R. L. Huntzinger, inc.. 
New York. 3887 

Out of the dusk to you; duet or 2 pt. 
cho., words by Arthur J. Lamb, 
music by Dorothy Lee, arr. by Don 
Wilson. 4to. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3690 ; Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 3888 

Over the top for Jesus ; hymn, words 
by Luther G. Presley, music by 
Thomas Benton. © Jan. 3, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 3705; Eugene 
Monroe Bartlett, Hartford, Ark. 

3889 
Over the waves to you ; lyric and 
music by J. G. Bandy. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1929; E unp. 3532; Joseph Gar- 
field Bandy, Cardin, Okl. 3890 

P-H-S-march ; intro. the school song 
On Portsmouth, by H. Schnabl ; pf. 
© Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; E pub. 
3521 ; Henri Schnabl, Portsmouth, 
O. 3891 

Pace (La) col Vaticano ; words by 
Maria Perrocato, music by L. 
Canoro; violin. [Italian text] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4078; 
Louis Canoro, New York. 3892 



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Paducah : by Donald Redman ; pf. © 
Jan. 29, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 11 : E pub. 
3368 : Gotham music service, inc., 
New York. 3893 

Paganini; fantaisie-selection sur les 

motifs de l'operette romantique, de 
Franz Lehar. of Hungary : pf. © 
Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E 
for. 2795 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

3894 

Paghiella : serenade cyrneemie. pour 
violon et pf.. par Henri Tomasi. of 
France. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
.81, 1929; E for. 2442; Henry Le- 
moine et cie., Paris. 3S95 

Pal of my dreams ; words and music 
by F. L. Knoll and R. W. Bronson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18. 1929; E unp. 3828: Frank 
L. Knoll and Richard Willard Bron- 
son. Los Angeles. 3896 

Palacio (El) de cristal ; words and 
music by David Valles Gonzalez, of 
Mexico, domiciled at Los Angeles ; 
pf. [Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3414; Dionisio 
Acosta. Los Angeles. 3897 

Palms of victory ; Easter cantata and 
pageant for choir and Sunday school, 
text by Herman Von Berge, music 
composed and arr. by E. S. Lorenz. 
4to. © Jan. 5; 1929; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 18: AA 10045; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton. O. 3898 

Paname, Paname n'est pas Paris ; two 
step, par Tom Waltham, of Great 
Britain et Fred Mele. of France; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 

1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2765 ; Edi- 
tions musicales Evette, Paris. 3899 

Pandore s'essouffle ; galop, poursuite 
comique, par F. July, of France ; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929 ; 
E for. 2472 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

3900 

Papa is a mama now ; words by Monty 
Siegel. music by Johnny Tucker: pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 11, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3560; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. New York. 3901 

• 

Paramount method ; by William J. 
Smith. 1. For flute and piccolo. — 
2. For violin. © Feb. 11. 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 20 ; aff. Feb. 19 ; AA 8924, 8925 ; 
Wm. J. Smith music co., inc.. New 
York. 3902. 3903 

Parana' ; parole di Dino Falconi, 
musica di Ermete Liberati, of Italy. 



© Nov. 5, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E for. 2615 ; Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 

3904 

Pare (Le) mysterieux ; scene Strange, 

par F. July, of France; orch. pts., 

with pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 

1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2473 ; 
J. Yves Krier, Paris. 3905 

Paris — New York! suite de danses. de 
T. P. Carter; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3842; Theodore Park- 
man Carter, New York. 3906 

Park avenue strut : from Pleasure 
bound, lyrics by Moe Joffee and 
Harold Atteridgc, music by Phil 
Baker and Maury Rubens. © Feb. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; E pub. 3736 ; 
Shubert music pub. corp., New York. 

3907 

Park way stomp; by Thomas Dorsey 
and Albert Wynn. [Melody onlv] 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3687; 
State street music pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. ^ 3908 

Passing the time away ; words and 
music by F. Hinton ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; 
E pub. 3497 ; Frayser Hinton, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 3909 

Passionate (The) shepherd; words by 
Marlowe, music by Peter Warlock 
[pseud, of Philip Heseltine], of 
Great Britain ; low or med. voice. 
© Feb. 8, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; E for. 
2737 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

3910 

Passionnement ; par Frederic Le Rey, 
of France ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2469; J. Yves 
Krier, Paris. 3911 

Pat-a-foot blues ; words and music by 
T. Dorsey. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3549; Thomas Dorsey, Chicago. 

3912 

Patch and powder ; by Frederic Mul- 
len, of Great Britain ; pf. © Feb. 1, 

1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 2852 ; Cary 
& co., London. 3913 

Path (The) of yesterday; poem by 
Grantland Rice, music by H. L. 
Bilger. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31; E pub. 2084; E. Morris music- 
pub, co., inc., New York. 3914 

Pattering feet ; by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
op. 577, no. 6; pf. © Feb. 4, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 5; E pub. 3276; Irving 
Berlin standard music Corp., New 
York. 3915 



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Paysage polaire; par Ch. Silver, of 
France ; orcli. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E for. 2460' ; Editions musi- 
cales Sam Fox, Paris. 3916 

Peace; hymn, words by A. T. White, 
arr. by L. G., music by Leland 
Green. © July 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 1 ; 
E pub. HIT ; Clarence Leland Green, 
Placentia, Calif. 3917 

Peace ; sacred song, words by Robert 
Nelson, music by H. Baynton-Power, 
of Great Britain ; with organ obbl. 
and violin obbl.; in F. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Jan. 8, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2672; 
Reeder & Walsh, London. 3918 

Peanut (The) man; by John Duddy ; 
pf. duet. © Jan. 31, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
4; E pub. 3260; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 3919 

Pederscn (Olaf) Three tone pictures ; 
by O. Pedersen, of Great Britain ; 
pf. 1. Autumn song. [2 others] © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; E for. 
2820; Warren & Phillips, London. 

3920 

Pedlar's (The) caravan; two-part 
song, poem by W. B. Rands, music by 
R. Tansley, of Great Britain. Lon 
don, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 4to. © 
Feb. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 6; E for. 
2586; Reginald Tansley, London. 

3921 

Peele (Dudley) Nocturne; organ. 
(In St. Cecilia series no. 423) © 
Oct. 17, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
pub. 3313; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 3922 

Pepperette ; by Dolly Morrow [pseud, 
of B. M. Morrow] ; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1929; E mip. 3831; Blanche M. 
Morrow. Swampscott, Mass. 3923 

Peppina ; intermezzo, von L. Mambour, 
of Belgium; odeon and salonorch. 
pts., with pf. conductor and violin 1 
conductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; E for. 2649 ; Aug. Cranz, 
G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 3924 

Perederedyorgela ; words and music by 
P. Burstein. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 
3593 ; Paul Burstein, New York. 

3925 

Perfect (A) long dream; words and 
music by A. Zaniboni. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; 
E unp. 3826; Albert Zaniboni, Ply- 
mouth, Mass. 3926 



Perle (Une) de 1' ocean; fantasie fur 
piston, von Th. Hoch, op. 19, und 
Otterer, of Germany, bearb. von 
Franz Herbst, of Germany ; with pf . 
and orch. pts. © July 31, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929; E for. 2067; Riihle & 
Wendling, Leipzig. 3927 

Perrachio (Luigi) Venticinque pre- 
ludi ; per pf. di Luigi Perrachio, of 
Italy. © Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
16: E for. 2732; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 3928 

Petits solos de concertos ; tres faciles 
et chantants, pour violon avec ace. 
de pf., par Jules Le Boulch, of 
France. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31,. 1929 ; E for. 2446 ; H. Le Boulch, 
Versailles, France. 3929 

Petrillo — walzer ; by Clement Carmen 
Petrillo; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E unp. 3458; Clement C. Petrillo, 
Philadelphia. 3930 

Pharaon ; fox-trot oriental, par D. Al- 
chansky, of Poland ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2788 ; 
Societe d' editions musicales franco 
americaine, Paris. 3931 

Phyllis ; words and music by Edward 
Reitz. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 ; E unp. 
4001; Edward E. Reitz, Buffalo. 

3932 

Piccadilly; fox-trot canzone, di An- 
tonio Jannone, of Italy, riduz. di 
Edoardo Lanzetta, of Italy ; small 
orch. pts. with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Oct. 12, 1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 29 ; E for. 
509 : A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 

3933 

Piccadilly ; fox-trot per mand. o canto, 
versi di Rubini, musica di Antonio 
Jannone, of Italy. 4to. © Jan. 18, 
1929; 1 c. Feb, 21; E for. 2827; 
A. & G. Carisch & c, Milan. 3934 

Piccolo (II) cantante ; canzone tango, 
parole di Enrico Frati, musica di 
Gino Ancillotti, of Italy. © Dec. 20, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2608 ; 
Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 3935 

Pickle (The) song; words by James 
Reimel, music by John MacKay ; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 9, 1929;' 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3539; Melody 
music co., Philadelphia. 3936 

Piedigrotta E. Rossi 1928; canzoni, 
compilata di M. Nicolo, of Italy. 
New York, N. Y., Casa editrice 
Italo-Americana E. Rossi. © Sept. 
11, 192S ; 1 c. Sept. 24 ; A for. 1195 ; 
Mario Nicolo, Naples. 3937 



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Pierrot ; words by Sara Teasdale, mu- 
sic by Mark Andrews; female voices. 
4to. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
E pub. 3234; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 
New York. 3938 

Pilgrim's (The) progress; musicale 
miracle play, text based on the alle- 
gory of John Bunyan, by Elizabeth 
Hodgkinson, music by Edgar Still- 
man Kelley. op. 37 ; soli and cho. 
4to. Rev. ed. pt. 2.— pt. 3. © Jan. 
22, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 4; D pub. 
27451. 27452; Oliver Ditso-n co., Bos- 
ton. 3939, 3940 

Pilot (The) song: words and music by 
N. Danyluk, of Canada. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929: E unp. 39S7 : Nick Danyluk. 
Drumheller. Alta.. Canada. 3941 

Pinetop blues ; words and music by 
Pinetop Clarence Smith. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1029 ; E unp. 3707 : State street mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3942 

Pinetop's sober now ; words and music 
by Pinetop Clarence Smith. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; E unp. 3709 ; State street mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., Chicago. 3943 

Pinetops boogie woogie ; by Pinetop 
Clarence Smith. [Chords, single 
staff] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 
370S; State street music pub. co., 
inc.. Chicago. 3944 

Pingo mio ; tango, paroles espagnoles 
de Manuel Romero, musique de 
Manuel Joves, of Spain; pf., with 
ukulele arr. by F. Salabert. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8. 1929; E for. 
2789; Francis Salabert, Paris. 3945 

Pining for you : words and music by 
Thomas Joseph Malone. jr. [Photo- 
stat] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929: E unp. 
3368; Thomas J. Malone, jr., Buf- 
falo. 3946 

Pirate sung ; words and music by E. 
P. Wrnbel. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6. 1929; E unp. 
34N4: Elias Paul Wrubel, Middle- 
town, Conn. 3947 

Pirate's (The) lair; comedy musical 
sketch in one act for boys, written 
and composed by Brian O'Malley 
[pseud, of W. S. Roddie], of Great 
Britain. London, J. Curwen & sons. 
ltd. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Jan. 18. 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 18: E for. 2570; W. Stewart 
Roddie. London. 3948 



Pitter-patter; lyric by Noel Louis Pro- 
vost, [and] Christmas in Cornwall ; 
music of each by Wilbur Chenoweth ; 
pf. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13: 
E pub. 3463 ; Bendix pub. co., Lin- 
coln, Neb. 3949 

Pirter patter ; words and music by 
Reggie Montgomery [i. e. Reginald 
Montgomery] and G. Ward. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1929; E unp. 3449 ;. Reginald Mont- 
gomery, Pasadena, and George Ward, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3950 

Pity the Gypsy ; prayer, by Xavier Cou- 
gat, of Spain, domiciled at Holly- 
wood, Calif. ; melody, with pf . ace. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3837; 
Pathe studios, inc., Culver City, 
Calif. 3951 

Pizzicato ; words by George O'Neil, mu- 
sic by Marguerite Fischel; med. © 
Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 
3507 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

3952 

Place (The) where I belong: lyric by 
Jimmy Kriz, melody by Charlie Bou- 
langer and Joseph V. De Cimber ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Wm. 
Grigg. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; E pub. 3630 ; Anglo music pub. 
co.. Milwaukee. 3953 

Playing at soldiers ; by Frederic Mul- 
len, of Great Britain ; pf . © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 2848 ; Cary 
& co., London. 3954 

Playtime [and] A curious story; by 
Minnie Coons Freeman ; pf . with 
words. © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3503 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 3955 

Please pin a rose o'er my heart ; words 
and music by Margarite Kay [i. e. 
C. M. Kay] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 
3961 ; Carolyn Margarite Kay, Oma- 
ha, Neb. 3956 

Pleasure pieces; by Robert S. Thorn- 
ton, of Great Britain; pf. 1. Butter- 
flies on the wing. [4 others] © 
Dec. 24, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; 
E for. 2819; Banks & son, York. 
England. 3957 

Pcemes (Les) de l'infini ; poesie de 
Marcel Semezies et Fernand Gregh, 
musique de E. Rey-Andreu, of 
France, op. 48. 1. Astres [1 other] 
© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 : 
E for. 2409; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 3958 



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Polly ; by J. S. Zamecnik ; B flat clari- 
net with pf. ace. © Feb. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3698 ; Sain Fox 
pub. co., Cleveland. 3959 

Pond lillies [ !] ; by Helen MacGregor; 
pf. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; 
E pub. 3766; Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., New York. 3960 

Poo-poo-pe-doop, everybody's doin' it 
now ; words and music by Al Sher- 
man, Al Lewis and Abner Silver. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 4064; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 3961 

Poor boy blues ; words and music by 
Williard Thomas. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
unp. 3566 ; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 3962 

Popper (David) Ronde [and] Fleur d' 
automne; de Dans la foret, par D. 
Popper, op. 50, no. 4, arr. par F. 
Salabert, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor and 1st violin conduc- 
tor. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; E for. 2498 ; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 3963 

Poppin' 'em out; by S. Ellis. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 3791; Seger 
Ellis, New York. 3964 

Por una ingrata ; por una ingrata 
mujer, cantabile, words and music 
by Luis Aguihaga, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles ; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3425 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 3965 

Pour 1' amour de Psyche; ouverture, 
par H. Mouton. of Belgium; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2481; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

3966 

Pour mon cinema ; recueil de 15 pieces, 
ecrites specialement en vue des pian- 
istes jouant seuls, par divers au- 
teurs, of France; pf. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 
2451 ; Publications! Lawrence Wright, 
Paris. 3967 

Powder and rouge; waltzes, by Ed- 
ward Mayhofer ; 1st violin. 4to. © 
Oct. 15, 1928; 2 c. Oct. 17; E pub. 
39; Strauss music pub. co., Sharon, 
Mass. 3968 

Praise be Thine, O risen Lord; Easter 
anthem, words by J. M. Neale, from 
the Latin, music by Daniel Prothe- 
roe ; mixed voices with bar. or alto 
solo ; organ ace. 4to. © Feb. 11, 



1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 3659; 
Boston music co., Boston. 3969 

Praise God for all things ; anthem, 
words by Robert Norwood, music by 
David Mc K. Williams ; mixed 
voices : organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 28, 
1927 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 3300 ; 
H. W. Gray co., New York. 3970 

Prayer (A) at twilight; words and 
music by Charles Lavain, of Bel- 
gium. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 20 ; 
E for. 2753; Atlantic musikverlag, 
Munich. 3971 

Prayer (The) perfect; duet or 2 pt. 
cho., poem by James Whitcomb Ri- 
ley, music by Ervine J. Stenson, arr. 
by Don Wilson. 4to. © Feb. 25, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 25; E pub. 3689; 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 3972 

Preacher (The) and the bear; blues 
episode, by Joe Arzonia, arr. by Ken 
Macomber; orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; E pub. 3171 ; 
Joe Morris music co., New York. 

3973 

Prelude — Salut et Dance ; trois gestes 
plastiques sonores, par Georges Mi- 
got, of France ; pf . © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2816; Alphonse. 
Leduc et cie., Paris. 3974 

Premier (The) ; march, by Edward 
Mavhofer; 1st violin. 4to. © Oct. 
15. 1928; 2 c. Oct. 17; E pub. 38; 
Strauss music pub. co., Sharon, 
Mass. 3975 

Prepare to meet thy God ; words and 
music by N. M. Maynard ; pf. © 
Feb. 18. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; E pub. 
3617: Nellie M. Maynard, Orlando, 
Fla. 3976 

Presidential march : words by George 
Denoyan, music by Harry Mehrab. 
© Jan. 31, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 
3639 ; Mus-Art co., New York. 3977 

Pretty little maid of old Madrid; 
words and music by Lou Davis, J. 
Fred Coots and Arnold Johnson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 4067; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 3978 

Pride of the Illini ; march, words by 
R. F. Dvorak, music by Karl L. 
King; pf. solo, trio for voice and pf. 
and pf. with words. © Feb. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 25: E pub. 3683; 
Karl L. King music house, Fort 
Dodge, la. 3979 



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4002 



Printemps; paroles de Armand Fouch- 
er, musique de Gil* d' Azil, of France. 
© Dee. 31, 192S : 1 c. Feb. S. 1929; 
E for. 2772: Editions Cicada. Paris. 

3980 

Prison bound blues: words and music 
by Leroy Carr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E imp. 
3688; State street music pub., inc., 
Chicago. 3981 

Progressive trumpet studies in modern 
dance rhythms : by Henri Weber, op. 
8. © Feb. 15. 1929: 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 16 ; AA 8851 ; Belwin, inc., New 
York. 3982 

Promises (The) of God; sacred solo 
or duet, words and music by George 
Rittenhouse: in E flat. © Feb. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3143 ; Rob- 
bins music corp.. New York. 3983 

Public (The) dance: fantasy, by R. 
P. Yaw; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; 
E unp. 4112; Ralph Percy Yaw, 
Hartford. 3984 

Punch (The) and Judy show; words 
and music by Ben Black. © Feb. 
8, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3494; 
Harms, inc., New York. 3985 

Pupil's concertino; by Paul Zilcher, of 
Germany, op. 214 ; violin and pf . © 
Feb. 14, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 18: E pub. 
3577 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

3986 

Puppet dance; by Thomas F. Dunhill, 
of Great Britain; pf. © Aug. 8, 
1928 ; 1 c. Aug. 21 ; E 697624 ; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 3987 

Pussy [and] The clock; by Minnie 
Coons Freeman ; pf. with words. © 
Feb. 4. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 8: E pub. 
3502; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

3988 

Pussycat's (A) I love you; lyric by 
Charles Tobias, music by Henry H. 
Tobias. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3577; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 3989 

Put on your old red flannels ; words 
and music by Morey Davidson and 
Carl Rupp. © Feb. 8, 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3386; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc.. New York. 

3990 

Qu' est-c' qu on peut faire avec ga ; 
paroles de Paul Max, musique de 
Ph. Pares et Georges van Parys, of 
France. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E for. 2455: Editions mu- 
sicales Sam Fox. Paris. 3991 



Quand chassait le roi : esquisse, par 
Edouard Flament, of France, op. 82, 
no. 2; orch. pts., with pf". conductor. 
4t0. © Dec. 31, 192S: 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929: E for. 2476; J. Yves Krier, 
Paris. 3992 

Quand on a fini de s' aimer ; paroles 
de F. Vimont, musique de Ph. Pares 
et G. van Parys, of France. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 

2457 ; Editions musicales Sam Fox, 
Paris. 3993 

Quand on sait fair' ces p'tits trues la ; 
fox-trot, paroles de Armand Foucher, 
musique de Pablo Labor, of France. 
© Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
E for. 2438 ; Editions Cicada, Paris. 

3994 

Que chula flor . . . . ; danza, words and 
music by Alfredo Reza, of Mexico, 
domiciled at El Paso. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3449: Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 

3995 

Que culpa tienen mis padres; words 
and music by Alfredo Reza, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at El Paso. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3419 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 3996 

Queen of my moonlight dreams ; words 
by F. Hosford, music by Ed. E. Ap- 
plegate. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 3363; 
Floyd Hosford, Newark Valley, N. Y. 

3997 

Raceme ; cluster of seven waltzes, by 
K. L. Richards, op. 46; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1. 1929 ; E unp. 3425 ; Katherine 
Louise Richards, New York. 3998 

Rachem no ; words from Hebrew 
prayer, music by S. Weisser. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1929: E imp. 3509; Samuel 
Weisser, New York. 3999 

Raff ( Joseph Joachim ) Preludio ; 
from Suite in E minor, op. 72, se- 
lected, fingered and annotated by G. 
Augustus Holmes and Frederick J. 
Kara, of Great Britain ; pf. © Feb. 
12, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 15 ; E for. 2835 ; 
Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 4000 

Ragamuffin : by Jesse Greer ; pf . © 
Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. 
32*3: Spier & Coslow, inc., New 
York. 4001 

Rain and sunshine ; by J. M. Baldwin ; 
pf. Sterling ed. © Feb. 13, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3471; Irving 
Berlin standard music corp., New 
York. 4002 



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Rainbow (The) man; words and mu- 
sic by J. F. Hanley; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1929; E unp. 4051; James 

F. Hanley, Douglaston, N. Y. 4003 

Rainbow melodies; no. 1-26, by M. A. 
Weitzman. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929: 
E unp. 3456; Morris A. Weitzman, 
Chicago. 4004 

Rainbow of my dreams ; words and 
music by A. M. Golden and A. E. 
Beethoven. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 
3855 ; Angeline M. Golden and Al- 
bert E. Beethoven, New York. 4005 

Rainbow's end ; lyric by Alan Drake 
[pseud, of R. D. Saunders], music 
by Dick Saunders [i. e. R. D. Saun- 
ders] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 
3647; Richard Drake Saunders, Los 
Angeles. 4006 

Ramblin' man blues ; words and music 
by Williard Thomas. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 3567 ; Chicago music pub. co., 
inc., Chicago. 4007 

Rapsodie juive ; de A. H. Monfred. arr. 
par F. Salabert, of France; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor and 1st vio- 
lins conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2809 ; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 4008 

Really going to town ; words by G. 
Ward, music by R. Montgomery and 

G. Ward. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 3678; 
Reggie Montgomery, Pasadena, 
Caiif;, and George Ward, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4009 

Recollections ; lyric by Lew Pollack, 
music by Erno Rapee. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 3529; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc., New York. 4010 

Recuerdos de una ingrata ; words and 
music by Elena Ramirez, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Los Angeles ; pf . 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3427 ; Dionisio Acosta, 
Los Angeles. 4011 

Red suspenders, right from dear old 
Hollywood ; lyric and music by 
Agnes Herr Carlton. © 1 c. Feb. 
23: 1929; E unp. 4017: Agnes Jane 
Herr Carlton, Ethan, S. D. 4012 

Redemption ; from the play, lyric by 
Mitchell Parish, waltz and fox-trot 
arrs. by Sam A. Perry : pf. ace, 
with ukulele arr. by A. J. Franchini. 
© Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; E pub. 



3762 ; Lewis music pub. co., New 
York. . 4013 

Redskin ; original compositions, by J. 
S. Zamecnik and L. De Francesco. 
Music sc. © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3459 ; Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 4014 

Regards from Russia ; march, by J. 
Jaffe. [Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1929; E unp. 3392; Julius Jaffe, 
New York. 4015 

Regular guy ; words and music by 
Reggie Montgomery [i. e. Reginald 
Montgomery] and George Ward. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; E unp. 3451 ; Reginald 
Montgomery, Pasadena, and George 
Ward, Hollywood, Calif. 4016 

Reindeer (The) trot; by Helen Mac- 
Gregor; pf. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3763; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 4017 

Rejoice in God; hymn, words by 
James Rowe, music by C. P. Ganus. 
(In Jewels of glory.) © Dec. 1, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; E pub. 3265 ; 
Claude P. Ganus, Birmingham, Ala. 

4018 

Remembering you ; march, by A. Cag- 
nazzo. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3867 ; Angelo Cagnazzo, San Fran- 
cisco. 4019 

Remembrance ; by Tito Schipa. of 
Italy; pf. © Nov. 19, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; E pub. 2642; Forster 
music publisher, inc., Chicago. 4020 

Renegado (El) ; zapateado, words and 
music by Simon G. Casas, of Mex- 
ico : pf. [Photostat] © Jan. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3420; 
Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 4021 

Resignation ; de Marc Delmas, ar- 
rangement par S. Chapelier, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929; E for. 2430; L. Philippo, 
Paris. 4022 

Resignation ; par Marc Delmas, of 
France; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2433; L. Phil- 
ippo, Paris. 4023 

ResiuTeetion (The) morn; words by 
Marion Short, music by Elizabeth 
Banghart. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E 
unp. 3391 ; Sarah Elizabeth Bang- 
hart, New York. 4024 

Retour (Le) ; de Dans la foret, par 
David Popper, op. 50, no. 5, arr. par 
F. Salabert, of France ; orch. pts., 



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no. 2. 1029 



4048 



with pf. conductor and 1st violin 
conductor. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1929: E for. 2499; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 4025 

Return of the waltz; by S. Lund, of 
Norway, op. 50: pf. Oslo, Norsk 
musik f orlag. © Jan. 25. 1929 : 1 c. 
Feb. 16; E for. 2710; Signe Lund. 
Oslo, Norway. 4026 

Reve (Un) ; de Tout Paris, paroles de 
Albert Willemetz, Saint-Granier et 
Jean Le Seyeux, musique de Joe 
Jekyll et F. Wolter, both of France ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by F. 
Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 ; E for. 2510 ; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 4027 

Reves envoles ; valse de salon, par 
Paul Wachs. of France ; pf. © Dec. 
31. 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 
2437; G. Hamelle, Paris. 4028 

Rhapsodie russe; fantasia for pf. 
based on Tschaikowsky's 1812, bj^ 
Joseph Nussbaurn. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 27 ; E pub. 3735 ; Sam Fox 
pub. co., Cleveland. 4029 

Rhapsody; by Lily Wadhams Moline; 
for organ, pf. and violin. © Feb. 
11. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; E pub. 3458 ; 
Gamble hinged music co., Chicago. 

4030 

Rhythm on the brain, da, da, da, dee ; 
by Harry Revel, special jazz orches- 
tration by Andre Sab, of France; 
orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31; E for. 2384; Publications 
Raoul Breton et co., Paris. 4031 

Ride on, ride on in majesty; anthem, 
words from the Bible and a hymn by 
Dean Milman, music by Lucina 
Jewell ; mixed voices with bass solo ; 
organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 10, 1927; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 3309; H. 
W. Gray co., New York. 4032 

Ride out on wings of song ; pt. song, 
words by Jessie Ward Haywood, mu- 
sic by William Berwald. 4to. 1. 
Male voices. — 2. Trio of women's 
voices. — 3. Mixed voices. © Feb. 
11. 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 12; E pub. 
3383-3385; R. L. Huntzinger, inc., 
New York. 4033-4035 

Ridin' the rainbow ; words by A. W. 
Somerville, music by Weston W. 
Morrell. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E 
unp. 3904 ; A. W. Somerville, Dallas. 

4036 

Rio tango; by W. Buse; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3776; William 
Buse, New York. 4037 



Rip Van Winkle; words and music by 
E. McLeary. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 
33S8: Eddie McLeary, Hudson, Wy. 

4038 

Riquet a la houppe ; comedie musicale 
en trois actes et un prologue, poeme 
de Raoul Gastambide, musique de 
Georges Hue, of France. Voice and 
pf. sc. 4to. © Dec. 31. 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; D pub. 27445 ; Heugel, 
Paris. 4039 

Ritorno per il dolce natale ; lirica di 
Ada Negri, musica di Adriano Lu- 
aldi, of Italy. © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 13 ; E for. 2639 ; A. Forlivesi & 
c, Florence, Italy. 4040 

River-side ; pour pf., par Rhene-Baton 
of France, op. 49. © Dec. 31, 1928 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2397 
Durand et eie., Paris. 4041 

Rivista ; tango criollo, di Jose" L. Ron- 
callo, riduzione per orchestrina con 
pf. conduttore di Illuminato Culotta, 
of Italy, pts. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 

1 c. Feb. 16 ; E for. 2724 ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 4042 

Rock of ages ; hymn, words by Augus- 
tus Montague Toplady, music by W. 
B. Ross, of Great Britain. 8vo. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E 
for. 2526; W. B. Ross, Edinburgh, 
Scotland. 4043 

Rock of ages ; words by A. M. Top- 
lady, music by Herbert Johnson, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; 
E pub. 3672; Peate's music house, 
inc., Utica, N. Y. 4044 

Rock of ages; words by A. M. Top- 
lady, music by Herbert Johnson ; 
male voices. 4to. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 

2 c. Feb. 25; E pub. 3673; Peate's 
music house, inc., Utica, N. Y. 4045 

Roll on river ; words and music by W. 
R. Hodgin. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp, 
3512: Willard Randolph Hodgin, 
New York. 4046 

Roller-coaster (The) ; by Wilbur Chen- 
oweth; pf. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 13; E pub. 3464; Bendix pub. 
co., Lincoln, Neb. 4047 

Romance ; par Leon Moreau, transcript 
tion par J. Clemandh, of France ; 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor. Edi- 
tions Costallat. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2768 ; 
Lucien de Lacour, Paris. 4048 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



Romance en mi; pour violon solo et 
orch., de Alberto Bachmann, arr. par 

F. Salabert, of France; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor and 1st violins 
conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2811 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. 4049 

Romance norvegienne ; par Richard 
Schneider, of France, op. 17; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
E for. 2486 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

4050 

Romanticismo ; dal dramma di G. Ro- 
vetta, tre atti di Arturo Rossato, 
musica di I. Robbiani, of Italy, ri- 
duzione per canto e pf. di Raffaele 
Delli Ponti. 4to. © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; D for. 27454; 
Igino Robbiani, Milan. 4051 

Romanze ; lyrisch stuck, von Oswin 
Keller, of Germany, op. 18, no. 3; 
odeon and salonorch. pts., with pf. 
conductor. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 2647 ; Aug. Cranz, 

G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 4052 

Romping rowdies ; by L. J. Bennett ; 
pf. [Photostat] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; E unp. 4006: Louis J. Ben- 
nett, Kansas City, Mo. 4053 

Rosa mia ; words and music by F. M. 
Pasqua. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3453 ; Francesco Mastro Pas- 
qua, Waverly, Pa. 4054 

Rosalie ; words and music by Harold 
Saylor. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E unp. 
3464; Nathan Harold Saylor, Chi- 
cago. 4055 

Rosalie; words by J. Caraciolo, music 
by Phil Starr. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929 ; E unp. 
3882; Josephine Caraciolo, West 
Chester, Pa. 4056 

Rosamunda ; poema tragico in quattro 
atti, di Sem Benelli, musica di 
Erardo Trentinaglia, of Italy ; re- 
duction for voice and pf. © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 7 ; D pub. 27444 : 
Casa musicale Sonzogno, Milan. 

4057 

Rosanne ; by E. L. Helms ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929: E unp. 3612; Edwin 
Leroy Helms, New York. 4058 

Rose : by O. Bryngelson ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929: E unp. 3919; Olof 
Bryngelson, Augusta, Ga. 4059 

Rose vcllutate; by M. Loguercio. 

[Melody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928; 

E unp. 2370 ; Michael Loguercio, 

Brooklyn. 4060 



Rosebud; words and music by R. C. 
Renwick. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929: E 
unp. 3646; Ruth Comfort Renwick, 
E. Cambridge, Mass. 4061 

Rosemary; by Frederic Mullen, of 
Great Britain ; pf. © Feb. 1, 1929 : 
1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 2849 ; Cary & co., 
London. 4062 

Roses and you ; words and music by 
Edwin Walker. 1. Low voice. — 2. 
Med. voice. — 3. High voice. © Feb. 
5, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7 ; E 3204 ; 
R. L. Huntzinger, inc., New York. 

4063 

Roses of red ; from Fioretta, words 
and music by G. Romilli. © Feb. 
8, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; E pub. 3283; 
Robbins music Corp., New York. 

4064 

Rosillda I'm in love with you; words 
by Joseph Micale. music by S. Mi- 
cale. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 
3998; Samuel Micale, New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 4065 

Round the camp fire ; suite, by Doris 
Strong, of Great Britain; pf. © 
Jan. 24, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 4; E for. 
2525 ; Forsyth bros.. ltd., London. 

4066 

Roundelay ; by Frederic Mullen, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 2850 ; Cary & co., 
London. 4067 

Rowdy man blues ; words by Selma 
Davis [pseud, of Aletha Dickerson], 
music by Elzadie Robinson. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929 ; E unp. 3571 ; Chicago music 
pub. co., inc., Chicago. 4068 

Roval arch march : by E. C. Maxham. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3414; Earl C. Maxham, Chi- 
cago. 4069 

Rubacuori ; parole de Dino Falconi, 
musica di Ermele Liberati, of Italy. 
© Dec. 18, 1.928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E for. 2609 ; Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 

4070 

Eubank melody album : playable as 
solo. duet, trio, quartet, sextet and 
larger combinations of wind instru- 
ments with or without pf. and 
drums, by Cecil H. Taylor, James J. 
Urbanek and others ; B flat trumpet 
solo with cornet-bar., treble clef. 
1st pt. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
21: ail - . Mar. 1; AA 10327; Rubank, 
inc., Chicago. 4071 



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4091 



Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) 
Lichtertanz der briiute; aus Fera- 
mors, arr. von Leopold Weninger, 
of Austria ; orch. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor and 1st violin conductor. © 
Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 20; E for. 
281S: D. Rahter, Leipzig. 4072 

Rue d'Orient ; scene orientale, par 
F. July, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2468; 
J. Yves Krier, Paris. 4073 

Run-a-way (The) boy; words and 
music by B. C. Gregory. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1929; E imp. 3520; Bobby C, 
Gregory, New York. 4074 

Runaway (The) brooklet; by Mildred 
Weston ; pf . with words. © Feb. 
20. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3642; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

4075 

Sai tu perche; canzone valse, cli Vit- 
torio Mascheroni. of Italy; small 
orch. pts., with pf. conductor and 
1st violin conductor. 4to. © Jan. 
25. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 21; E for. 2S24 : 
A. & G. Carisch & co., Milan. 4076 

Sailing home; words by James Rowe, 
music by Thomas Benton ; pf. © 
Jan. 3. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 
3706 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 4077 

Sailor (A) dance; by Thomas F. Dun- 
hill, op. 46, no. 2, arr. by Sydney 
Robjohns, of Great Britain; string 
quartet or string orch. pts. with pf., 
ad lib. Full sc. © Aug. 8, 1928; 
1 c. Aug. 21; E 697625; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 4078 

Saint- Saens (Charles Camille) La 
jeunesse d'Hercule ; trio par Roger 
Branga, of France ; violin, violon- 
cello and pf. Ed. A. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2398 ; 
Durand et cie., Paris. 4079 

Salem alma mater ; words by Marion 
Hunt Blair and Anna Pauline 
Shaffner. music by C. G. Vardeli, jr. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Students of 
Salem college. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 7; E pub. 3522; Charles G. 
Vardeli, jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

4080 

Salvation (The) army brass band 
journal; compiled by F. G. Hawkes, 
of Great Britain ; full sc. and pts. 
nos. 49-52, Jan. 1929. obi. 12mo. 
Festival series. © Jan. 30, 1929: 



1 c. Feb. 15 ; E for. 2661 ; Salvation- 
ist pub. and supplies, ltd., London. 

4081 

Salvation (The) army brass band 
journal ; compiled by F. G. Hawkes, 
of Great Britain ; full sc. and pts. 

1. Second series, nos. 117-120, Jan., 
1929. obi. 12mo. — 2. Ordinary se- 
ries, nos, 987-990. Dec, 1928. obi. 
8vo. © Jan. 23. 1929 ; 1 c. each Feb. 
6; E for. 2565, 2566; Salvationist 
pub. and supplies, ltd., London. 

4082, 4083 

Same old story ; words and music by 
Jack J. Sheridan. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; 
E unp. 3367 ; Jack Sheridan, Chicago. 

4084 

Same (The) to you — upholstered; 
words by Graham Squiers, music by 
Shirley Goodall, of Great Britain; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Alvin 
D. Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
5; E for. 2853; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 4085 

Sandman lullabye ; words and music 
by Ryan bros. and Chas. A. Siep. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 16. 1929 ; E unp. 3800 ; Mark E. 
Ryan, St. Paul. 4086 

Sandman, wrap me up in a silver 
cloud; words by Irving Kahal and 
Jack Meskill, music by Pete Wend- 
ling; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
Dan Dougherty. © Feb. 1, 1929; 

2. c. Feb. 2; E pub. 3137; Ager, 
Yellen & Bornstein, inc., New York. 

4087 

Sarments dans l'atre ; rapsodie occi- 
tane, par E. Rey-Andreu, of France, 
op. 85; pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 e. 
Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2405; Ch. 
Hayet, Paris. 4088 

Satvr's (The) fountain; impression, 
by Everett Titcomb ; pf . © Jan. 31, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 3248; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 4089 

Saul und David ; tondichtung fur orch., 
von Joh. Wagenaar, of Netherlands. 
Sc. © Jan. 8, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 13; 
E for. 2634; F. E. C. Leuckart, 
Leipzig. 4090 

Savoia march ; by J. Pezzolo ; ac- 
cordion. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E 
unp. 3813; John Pezzolo, San Fran- 
cisco. 4091 



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Saxophon etiiclen ; 24 jazz etiklen, von 
Gustav Bumcke. of Germany, op. 43, 
pt. 3. © Jan. 23. 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 12 ; 
E for. 2598 ; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Leipzig. 4092 

Saxophone-blues ; by Arthur Benjamin, 
of Great Britain ; pf. (In Das neue 
klavierbuch) © Feb. 15. 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E for. 2749; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 4093 

Scene (Une) de ballet Au clair de 
lune; par Edm. Filippucci, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor. 4to. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
31; E for. 2452; Eclm. Filippucci, 
Paris. * 4094 

Scenes through the mirror; suite ro- 
coco, four reflections, by Percy El- 
liott, of Great Britain; pf. 1. The 
phantoms minuet. [3 others] © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; E for. 
2591 ; A. Weekes & co., ltd., London. 

4095 

Scherzetto ; by Lewis M. Isaacs ; pf . © 
Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 
3253; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

4096 

Scherzo humoresque ; by Ralph E. 
C.ewell ; organ. (In St. Cecilia se- 
ries nos. 444-5) © Oct. 17, 1927: 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 3317; H. 
W. Gray co., New York. 4097 

School day march ; by J. M. Baldwin : 
pf. Sterling ed. © Feb. 13, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3472 ; Irving 
Berlin standard music corp., New 
York. 4098 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Litany; 
sacred song, words by J. G. Jacobi, 
tr. by E. A. Barrell, music arr. by 
William M. Felton ; mixed voices. 
4to. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; 
E pub. 3553 ; Theodore Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 4099 

The Omnipotence; anthem, words 

by Joharm Ladislaus Pyrker, mus'c 
arr. by William M. Felton ; mixed 
voices with sop. solo. 4to. © Feb. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3541 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

4100 

Rosamunde ; romantic cantata, 

text by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic arr. by Gottfried Federlein ; cho. 
of mixed voices and soli. 4to. © 
Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 
3241 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

4101 

Sei mir gegriisst ! transcription 

for violin and pf. by Gordon Camp- 
bell. © Feb. 21, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; 



E pub. 3647 ; Gamble hinged music 
co., Chicago'. 4102 

Serenata ; transcripcion para gui- 

tarra, por S. Hidalgo, of Cuba. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 3515; Se- 
bastian Hidalgo, Habana, Cuba. 

4103 

Trois marches militaires ; op. 51, 

arr. by Jules Devaux, of Great Brit- 
ain ; pf . © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
13 ; E pub. 3517 ; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 4104 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Scher- 
zo ; from quartette for pf . and 
strings, arr. by Guy Maier; 2 pfs., 
4 hands. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
5; E pub. 3159; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 4105 

Schwabisehes tanzlied; um 1800, 2. 
strofe von Max Pohl, musik bearb. 
fur mannerchor von Walther Mol- 
denhauer, of Germany, op. 38. 4to. 
© Dec. 31, 1927 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; 
E for. 2662 ; Karl Hochstein, Heidel- 
berg, Germany. 4106 

Se fue ya volo ; words and music by 
Onofre Rubalcaba, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso; pf. [Photostat] 
© Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 
3438; Dionisio Acosta. Los Angeles. 

4107 

Sea (The) : words by Felicia Hemans 
and Kathryn Van Dyke, music by 
M. A. Reed. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1928; 
1 c. added stanzas Feb. 9, 1929; E 
unp. 761 ; Mary Augusta Reed, 
Eagle Rock, Calif. 4108 

Secrets (Les) du violon ; augmentee 
de quelques intuitions sur la me- 
canique transcendante de Paganini, 
par Jacinthe de Mels, of Italy. 16mo. 
© April 10, 1928: 1 c. May 7; A— 
Foreign 1117 ; G. de Mi is, Marseille, 
France. 4109 

Sefior Juez ; tango, par Manuel Joves, 

arr. par F. Salabert, of France; 

orch. pts., with pf. conductor, 1st 

violin conductor and words. 4to. 

© Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; 

E for. 2813 ; Francis Salabert, Paris, 

4110 
Sentiments joyeux ; par Frederic Le 

Rey, of France; orch. pts., with pf. 

conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E for. 2471; J. 

Yves Krier, Paris. 4111 

Sentimiento (Un) ; words and music 
by Emilio Medellin, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles ; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 



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E pub. 3421; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 4112 

Serenade: partition d'orch.. par P. O. 
Ferroud. of France. 1. Berceuse. [2 
others] © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31. 1929; E for. 2396; Durand et 
cie., Paris. 4113 

Serenade (A) : words by Edward 
Coate Pinkney. music by Cecil 
Cowles; high voice. © Jan. 31, 
1929: 2 c. Feb. 4: E pub. 3255: G. 
Sehirmer, inc., New York. 4114 

Serenade n. 2 : by P. Chiappinelli, of 
Italy. domiciled at Bridgeport, 
Conn. : violin and pf . © 1 c. Feb. 
6. 1929; E unp. 3468; Peter Chiap- 
pinelli. Bridgeport. Conn. 4115 

Serenade galante ; by Edgar Dame, of 
Belgium ; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor and violin 1 direction. 4to. 
© Aug. 20. 1928: 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E for. 2551 : Bosworth & co.. Leipzig. 

4116 

Serenade inutile ; canzone napolitana, 
par Alex. De Taeye, of Belgium ; 
orch. pts., with pf. direction and 
1st violin direction. 4to. © Jan. 
10. 1929: 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2757; 
H. Benjamin, Paris. 4117 

Serenade picturesque ; descriptive, by 
Leo Edwards, orch. by Leo Erdody ; 
orch. pts. with pf. or organ conduc- 
tor. © Feb. 7. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; 
E pub. 3287 ; Bobbins music corp., 
New York. 4118 

Serenata del . . . 2000 ; versi cli Gino 
Gini. musica di Gino Ancillotti, of 
Italy. © Nov. 18. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1929: E for. 2617; Carlo Lum- 
bar do, Milan. 4119 

Serenata Veneziana ; per canto e pf ., 
di P. G. Breschi, of Italy. Rome, 
Editore L. S. Palagi. © Dec. 21, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 : E for. 2607 : 
Pier Giulio Breschi, Rome. 4120 

Serenatella andalusa ; riduzione per 
orchestrina con pf. conduttore dell' 
autore, Illuminato Culotta, of Italy. 
pts. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
16: E for. 2725; G. Ricordi & co.. 
Milan. 4121 

Seul (Un) amour . . .: serenade fox 
trot, paroles de Valentin Tarault, 
musique de Guido Fioravanti. of 
Italy. © Dec. 31. 192S ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929; E for. 2466; Editions musi- 
cales Sam Fox, Paris. 4122 

Seven men blues ; words and music by 
A. M. Lee. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 



E unp. 4103; Alura Mack Lee, In- 
dianapolis. 4123 

Sevillane ; de Novia, par Roger Jenoc, 
of France; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 2785; Paul De- 
courcelle, Paris. 4124 

Sgriddo' u pisci a mmari; versi di A. 
De Simofie, musica di Joseph Gioe. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1929; E unp. 3421; Andrea 
De Simone, New York. 4125 

Shadow dance ; by Stephen Barker ; 
pf. © Feb. 13. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; 
E pub. 3465; Bendix pub. co.. Lin- 
coln, Neb. 4126 

Shake that jelly roll ; melody by L. 

Melrose. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 

unp. 3983; Lester Melrose, Chicago. 

4127 
Shanghai Rose ; words and music by 

O. M. Fallon and YVoolf Silverman. 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3559; 

Owen M. Fallon, Los Angeles. 4128 

She ate herself out of my heart ; words 
and music by Bennie McLaughlin 
[i. e. B. H. McLaughlin] [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; E unp. 3691 ; Bernard Howard 
McLaughlin, Cambridge, Mass. 4129 

She has a dimple on her chin ; words 
and music by Geo. McConnell, Nat. 
Osborne and Irving Bibo. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; E unp. 2734; Bibo- 
Lang, inc., New York. 4130 

She's cute, she's sweet; words by G. 
Ward, music by R. Montgomery and 
G. Ward. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 3862: 
Reggie Montgomery, Pasadena, and 
George Ward, Hollywood, Calif. 

4131 

She's made for love, but she's not for 
me ; fox-trot, words and music by 
O. L. Hubbert; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by Ernest Hubbert. © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929 ; E unp. 3537 ; Ollie Lee 
Hubbert, Los Angeles. 4132 

She's my girl, oh! what a difference 
that makes ; words and music by 
Max Kortlander. © Feb. 21, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3649; Irving 
Berlin, inc., New York. 4133 

She's my sweet girl; words and music 
by J. B. Meakin. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1929; E unp. 4047; Jack Brunker 
Meakin, Stanford University, Calif. 

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Ship of dreams ; waltz, words and mu- 
sic by R. A. Lowe; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1929; E unp. 3350; Ruth Alice 
Lowe. New York. 4135 

Shluf mein kind; words by Sholom 
Aleichem, music adopted by Sholom 

Secunda. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 4107; 
Samuel Secunda, Brooklyn. 4136 

Show me Thy ways, O Lord; anthem, 
music by G. Torrente, arr. by Carl 
Deis; 4-pt. cho. of mixed voices. 
4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; 
E pub. 3603 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 4137 

Shrimp (The) ; words by Phyllis Me- 
groz, music by Cecil Sharman, of 
Great Britain. 4to. [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] © Feb. 4, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2700; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 4138 

Si demain ; sur la chanson de Jean 
Lenoir et E. Ai'vaz, tango par E. 
Aivaz, of France ; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2425 ; 
Edition Arlequin, Paris. 4139 

Si o no? polka brillante by Ida De 
Feo; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; 
E unp. 4008; Apollo music co., 
Brooklyn. 4140 

Siedzi jagna na progu ; by Joseph 
Kapalka. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E 
unp. 3782 ; International music pub. 
co., Chicago. 4141 

Siesta ; by W. F. Soller ; violin solo, 
with pf. ace. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3954; Waldemar F. Soller, 
Newcastle, Wy. 4142 

Silver moon; scarf dance, by Jean 
McKinnon, of Canada ; pf . Toronto, 
Canada, Whaley, Royce & co., ltd. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 23 ; E for. 
2535; Jean McKinnon, St. Cath- 
arines, Out*, Canada. 4143 

Silv'ry moon, I'm all alone and blue ; 
words and music by Al Frazzini [i. 
e. Amicus Frazzini] [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; 
E unp. 3365; Amicus Frazzini, Bos- 
ton. 4144 

Since I gave my heart to you ; words 
by Alfred Bryan and Ev. E. Lyn, 
music by Ted Snyder; pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E unp. 



3480; Joe Hiller music corp., Pitts- 
burgh. 4145 

Since Jesus laid His hand on me; 
hymn, words and music by Luther 
G. Presley. © Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 26; E pub. 3713; Eugene Mon- 
roe Bartlett, Hartford, Ark. 4146 

Since you never, never, smile on me; 
words by Blanche E. Allen, music 
by H. G. Dazey and William Kneff. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; E unp. 3420; 
H. Gladys Dazey, Hamilton, O., and 
B. E. Allen, Kyle, O. 4147 

Sing of His goodness forever; hymn, 
words by James Rowe, music by 
Thomas Benton. © Jan. 3, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 3707; Eugene 
Monroe Bartlett, Hartford, Ark. 

4148 

Sing the refrain ; words and music by 
Harold Saylor. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E unp, 3465 ; Nathan Harold Saylor, 
Chicago. 4149 

Singapore Sal's lullaby; baby go to 
sleep, theme song for Sal of Singa- 
pore, lyric by Charley Wynn, music 
by Jack Grun. © Jan. 29, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3341 ; Mills mu- 
sic, inc., New York. 4150 

Singing the same sweet song; words 
and music by M. E. Denney. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3444; Mary 
Emelyn Denney, Elkins Park, Pa. 

4151 

Skye (A) symphony; by S. Wilson, of 
Great Britain, op. 38; orch. Full 
sc. © Dec. 29, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; E for. 2743; Stanley Wilson, 
London. 4152 

Sleep, my Jesus, sleep; Christmas, old 
Dutch lullaby, arr. by Clarence 
Dickinson; harp, violin and violon- 
cello pts. 4to. © Oct. 31, 1927; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; E pub. 3294 ; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 4153 

Sleep, my Jesus, sleep ; Christmas, text 
by Helen A. Dickinson, music, Old 
Dutch lullaby arr. by Clarence Dick- 
inson ; mixed voices, with alto or 
bass solo ; organ ace. 4to. © Oct. 
31, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E pub. 
3295 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

4154 

Sleep on my soul; words and music 
by M. Farnham ; with violin intro. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3760; Myrtle 
Farnham, Chicago. 4155 



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Slichos ; recitative cantor, el ehor, el 
soli, ad lib., words and music by A. 
I. Sherman, of Poland, domiciled at 
Chicago. Chicago, National music 

CO. 

© Dec. 18, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; 
E pub. 3701 ; A. I. Sherman, Chicago. 

4156 
Slumber time yodel ; words and music 
by L. G. Burrell. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E 
unp. 3952; Louie Grant Burrell, 
Leachville, Ark. 4157 

Smiling; lyrics by Betty Collins, mu- 
sic by Lawrence Curry. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1929 ; E unp. 3845 ; W. Lawrence 
Curry, Philadelphia. 4158 

Smyrniotaki ; words by P. Bakalis 
and T. Demetriades, music by Tetos 
DemetrLades, of Turkey, domiciled 
at New York. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; E unp. 
4110; Tetos music store, New York. 

4159 

Snowflakes; 2 pt. school cho., music 
by William Baines. 4to. © Feb. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3544 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

4160 

So big and strong; words and music 
by E. P. Wrubel. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E 
unp. 3489; Elias Paul Wrubel, Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 4161 

Soda I, soda you, sodas ev'rybody; 
words and music by Howard John- 
son, Billy Moll and Robert A. King. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1929 ; E unp. 3886 ; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc., New York. 

4162 

S0lvet (Silver and sorrow) ; by Thor- 
vald Lammers, of Norway, arr. by 
Bjarne Brustad, of Norway [and] 
Berceuse; by T. Lammers, arr. by 
Alfred Andersen Wingar, of Nor- 
way ; salon orch. pts. 4to. © Sept. 
10, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 3; E for. 583; 
Norsk musikforlag, Oslo, Norway. 

4163 

Soir (Le) au Lido; paroles de Decaye 
et Carol, musique de Vincent Scotto, 
of France. © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 8; E for. 2677; Enoch & cie., 
Paris. 4164 

Some day I'll return love to you ; 
words and music by D. F. Scanlon. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 3981; 
Dennis F. Scanlon, Lawrence, Mass. 

4165 



Some day you'll be sorry; words by 
M. Periglio, music by Phil Starr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 3883; Minnie 
Periglio, West Frankfort, 111. 4166 

Some day you'll feel blue; melody by 
T. Raph and Al King. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1929: E unp. 3958; Theodore 
Raph, Brooklyn. 4167 

Some day you'll know what love 
means ; words and music by P. How- 
ard. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 
3382 ; Pat Howard, San Diego, Calif. 

4168 

Some other June; words by George 
W. Tupper, music by Herbert Oliver, 
of Great Britain ; in B flat. © Jan. 
31, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; E for. 2844 ; 
Joseph Henry Laraway, London. 

4169 

Some rainy day ; lyric by Walter Mel- 
rose, music by John C. Spikes and 
Benjamin Spikes ; pf. and ukulele 
ace. © Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; 
E pub. 3587 ; Melrose bros. music 
co., inc., Chicago. 4170 

Somebody cares ; words and music by 
E. Bruguiere. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1928; E unp, 
3419; Emile Bruguiere, Villa Car- 
mela, Monaco. 4171 

Somebody needs you today ; hymn, 
words by James Rowe, music by 
H. N. Lincoln. (In Revival songs). 
© Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3748; Robert H. Coleman, Dallas. 

4172 

Somebody nobody loves ; words and 
music by Gus Kahn and Spike Ham- 
ilton ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; E pub. 3562 ; 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 4173 

Sometimes ; song of love, words anon, 
and by B. A. Kyros, music by B. A. 
Kyros ; med. voice. Chicago, Venus 
music publishers. © Jan. 23, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 26; E pub. 3394; Bassilios 
Andrea Kyros, Chicago. 4174 

Somewhere ; words and music by N. 
Metier. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 3935; Norm>an Metier, Spokane, 
Wash. 4175 

Sommervise ; von Agathe Backer Gron- 
dahl, of Norway, arranger of Nor- 
way ; salon-orch. pts. 4to. © Sept. 
10, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 3; E for. 585; 
Norsk musikforlag, Oslo, Norway. 

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Sonata in G ; by Cornelius Giuiitt, op. 
94, no. 2, selected, fingered and anno- 
tated by G. Augustus Holmes and 
Frederick J. Karn, of Great Britain ; 
pf. © Feb. 12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; 
E for. 2834; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., 
London. 4177 

Song (The) market; intro. Give your 
little baby lots of lovin', — My 
mother's eyes, etc., compiled and ed. 
by L. Wolfe Gilbert; special organ 
transcription. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 12; E pub. 3491; Leo Feist, 
inc., New York. 4178 

Song (The) of sorrow; words and 
music by Frank Marvin. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; E unp. 4025; Spier & Coslow, 
inc., New York. 4179 

Song of the bayou ; words and music 
by Rube Bloom ; pf ., with voice pt. 
ad lib. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
7 ; E pub. 3228 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 4180 

Song of The girls ; written and com- 
posed by Charles Seton [pseud, of 
C. Lincoln], of Great Britain. Bath, 
Edward Lang. © Dec. 3, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 12: E for. 2660; Charles Lin- 
coln, Bath, England. 4181 

Song (The) of the katydid; by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, op. 19, no. 2; pf. 
duet. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; 
E pub. 3557 ; Theodore Presser co- 
Philadelphia. 4182 

Song of the riveter ; poem by Lew 
Levenson, music by Arthur Schwartz. 
© Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 
3731 ; Bobbins music corp., New 
York. 4183 

Songs of homage; words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Wilfrid Sanderson, 
of Great Britain. 1. The windows. 
[2 others] © Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 8; E for. 2673; Boosey & co., 
ltd., London. 4184 

Songs of the Scots ; words and music 
arr. by George Short, of Great Brit- 
ain, v. 3. 1. Dumbarton's drums. 
[3 others] © Dec. 28, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1929; E for. 2529; Methven 
Simpson, ltd., Edinburgh, Scotland. 

4185 

Soochow (The) creek; lullaby from 
Cathay, words and music by Eva 
Boll-Irving, of Great Britain. © 
Dee. 28, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; E 
for. 2528 ; Methven Simpson, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 4186 



Sophia waltz; by R. Vogel, of Ger- 
many, domiciled at Elizabeth, N. J. ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 
3773; Robert Vogel, Elizabeth, N. J. 

4187 

Sorrisi di gioventu; mazurka, by J. 
Sardo ; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3498; Joseph Sardo, Brook- 
lyn. 4188 

Sotto il sole di Madera ; tango, versi 
di Guiclo di Napoli, musica di Re- 
nato Penco, of Italy. © Dec. 1, 
1928 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; E for. 2613 : 
Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 4189 

Soubrette (La) indiscrete; ouverture, 
par H. Mouton, of Belgium ; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; 
E for. 2484 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

4190 

Sous ton loup de velours; ouverture, 
par H. Mouton, of Belgium; orch. 
pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; 
E for. 2485 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 

4191 

South wind; by Mathilcle Bilbro ; pf. 
© Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; E pub. 
3199; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

4192 

Souvenir; pt. song, words by Clayton 
C. Quast, music by Joseph W. Clo- 
key; men's voices. 4to. © Feb. 5, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3270; J. 
Fischer & bro., New York. 4193 

Souvenir poetique ; by Roland Diggle ; 
organ. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
4; E pub. 3249; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 4194 

Spanish Easter carol of the lambs; 
folk melody, words by Oscar Avery, 
music arr. by Harvey Gaul ; mixed 
voices ; organ ace. 4to. © Jan. 
31, 1929; 2 c. Feb, 4; E pub. 3485; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 4195 

Spaventapasseri (Lo) ; parole di Guido 
di Napoli, musica di C. Lombardo, of 
Italy. © Dec. 8, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1929 ; E for. 2603 ; Carlo Lombardo, 
Milan. 4196 

Spazzacamino ; melody arr. by A. Ip- 
polito. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 
4022; S. Riccardi. New York. 4197 

Speakeasy (The) miss; Mile. Speak- 
easy, night club scene, songs and 
dancing, by C. Smiley. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1929; D u/ip. 27448; Chas. Smiley, 
Paris, Tex. 4198 



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Spiel der welleil : aus der sinfonie, 
Yon der Nordsee, von Fricdrich E. 
Koch, op. 4, bearb. von Martin 
Schmeling, of Germany; oreh. pts., 
with 1st violin direction. 4to. © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 28; E for. 
23S3; Breitkopf & Hartel. Leipzig. 

4199 

Spiewki na przeprowadziny ; by Joseph 
Kapalka. © ~1 c. Feb, 16, 1929; E 
imp. 3781 ; International music pub. 
co., Chicago. 4200 

Spil musik; tekst av Helge Rode, mu- 
sik av Andreas Haarklou, of Nor- 
way. © Dec. 12, 192S ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929; E for. 2S67 ; Norsk musikfor- 
lag, Oslo, Norway. 4201 

Spinning ; valse. by Jascka Gurewich ; 
E flat alto saxophone solo with pf. 
ace. © Feb. 25. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 25; 
E pub. 3692; Sam Fox pub. co.. 
Cleveland. 4202 

Spirit of the living God ; hymn, words 
and music arr. by E. L. Wolslagel. 
( In Revival songs) © Jan. 15. 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3757; Robert 
Henry Coleman, Dallas. 4203 

Spookland ; by B. van den Sigtenhorst 
Meyer, of Netherlands; pf. 1. Hymn 
to tbe king. [5 others] © Feb. 15, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E for. 2709; 
Keith-Prowse & co., ltd., London. 

4204 

Spread a little happiness [and] Ev'ry 
little moment ; fox trots, from Mis- 
ter Cinders, by Vivian Ellis, oreh. 
by Max Irwin, of Great Britain ; 
oreh. pts., with pf. conductor. 4to. 
© Jan. 31, 1929; 1 c. each Feb. 11; 
E for. 2840; Harms, inc., New York. 

4205 

Spring feelin' ; by Donald Thorne, of 
Great Britain; pf. (Cover title: — 
Spring feeling) © Dec. 13, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929: E for. 2864; 
Campbell. Connelly & co., London. 

4206 

Stage (The) coach; galop, for cinema, 
by Joseph Engleman, of Great Brit- 
ain: oreh. pts., with pf. conductor. 
© Nov. 20, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929: 
E for. 2554; Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 4207 

Stahl's (Win. C.) plectro phonic folio 
for symphony mandolin orchestra ; 
arr. by Walter Kaye Bauer ; pf. con- 
ductor, v. 1. 1. Coronation march. 
[5 others] © Feb. 25, 1929: 2 c. 
Mar. 2 ; aff. Mar. 5 ; AA 11113 ; Wil- 
liam C. Staid. Milwaukee. 4208 



Star dust ; by Hoagy Carmichael ; pf. 
© Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E 
pub. 3339; Mills music, inc., New 
York. 4209 

Star of the evening ; words and music 
by J. E. Caldwell. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3375; James Eber Caldwell, 
Carp, Ontario. Canada. 4210 

Stars (The) are in your eyes; words 
and music by H. C. Schachern. 
f Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4094; Helen 
C. Schachern, New York. 4211 

Stately dance ; by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
op. 613; pf. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 7; E pub, 3218; Irving Berlin 
standard music Corp., New York. 

4212 

Step by step — mile by mile, I'm march- 
ing home to you ; in George White's 
scandals, words and music by Abner 
Silver, Al Sherman and Al Lewis ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by A. J. 
Franchini. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 6 ; E pub. 3163 ; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & co., inc., New York. 4213 

Stomp second ; by B. M. Ziegler ; mel- 
ody with pf. ace. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1929; E unp. 3369; Basil Morton 
Ziegler, Camden, N. J. 4214 

Stornelli romani ; words by S. Picchi- 
anti, music arr. by A. Ippolito; vio- 
lin. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 
4024 ; S. Riccardi, New York. 4215 

Stornelli toscani ; words by S. Picchi- 
anti, music arr. by A. Ippolito; vio- 
lin. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 
4023; S. Riccardi, New York. 4216 

Stradi-album, nr. 2; dansalbum, [col- 
lected and arr.] av B. Holm, of 
Sweden ; violin with words. 4to. © 
Dec. 1, 1927; 1 c. Dec. 20, 1928; E 
for. 1534 ; E. Anderssons inusikf or- 
lag, Malmo, Sweden. 4217 

Strange waltz ; valse lente. de Leo 
Pouget, oreh. par Albert Chantrier, 
of France ; oreh. pts., with pf . con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31. 1929 ; E for. 2483 ; J. Yves 
Krier, Paris. 4218 

Strauss (Richard) Die tageszeiten ; 
liederzyklus fur mannerchor u. oreh., 
worte von Joseph von Eichendorff, 
musik von R. Strauss, of Germany, 
op. 76. Handpartitur. 12mo. 1. 
Der morgen. [3 others] © July 
2. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E for. 
2630; F. E. C. Leuckart, Leipzig. 

4219 



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Stroudsburg swing ; one-step, by C. W. 
Bird; 1st violin. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; E unp. 3724; Wilbur Bird, 
New York. 4220 

Students' concertino ; no. 3, in G, by 
J. Hullah Brown, of Great Britain; 
violin and pf. © Feb. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 15; E for. 2704; Joseph Wil- 
liams, ltd., London. 4221 

Studien zu einer neuen spieltechnik ; 
von Joachim Stutschewsky, of Aus- 
tria ; violoncello, v. 2. [German, 
French and English text] © Feb. 
15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; E for. 2746; 

B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, Germany. 

4222 

Styles, past, present and future ; words 
by O. E. Reed, music by Carl Zerse. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929: E unp. 3482; 
O. E. Reed, Blue Rapids, Kan. 4223 

Su guitarra; cancion andaluza para 
ten., letra di Joaquin Diaz Serrano, 
musica di Cristobal Palacios [i. e. 

C. P. Garcia], of Spain. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929; E unp. 3681; Cristobal 
Palacios Garcia, Malaga, Spain. 

4224 

Submarine (The) S-4 ; words by P. N. 
Jackson, music by Robert H. Bren- 
nen. New York City, Frank Hard- 
ing's music house. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 17 ; E pub. 3187 ; Pansy N. 
Jackson, Fremont, Utah. 4225 

Susses baby; slow-fox, text von Fritz 
Rotter, musik von Austin Egen, of 
U. S., bearb. fur klavier von Nico 
Dostal, of Germany. © May 12, 
1928; 2 c. Nov. 20; E for. 2534; 
Edition Karl Brull, Berlin. 4226 

Suf rimiento ; words and music by Luis 
Aguiiiaga, of Mexico, domiciled at 
Los Angeles. [Photostat] © Jan. 
11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3430; 
Dionisio Acosta, Los Angeles. 4227 

Sugar is back in town; fox-trot song, 
words by Mike Landau, music by 
Louis Springer; pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; E 
pub. 3391; Loyal B. Curtis, New 
York. 4228 

Suite a l'antique ; von Reuehsel, of 
France and De Taeye, of Belgium ; 
odeon and salonorch. pts., with pf. 
conductor and violin 1 conductor. 
4to. 1. Prelude [2 others] © Feb. 
18, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; E for. 2654; 
Aug. Cranz, G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 

4229 



Suite persane; par Charles Henry, of 
France; pf. 1. La Princesse Kelilah 
promene sa melancolie dans les 
jardins du palais. [2 others] © 
Jan. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 
2764 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie., Paris. 

4230 

Summer days [and] The parade; by 
Minnie Coons Freeman ; pf . with 
words. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
8; E pub. 3504; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. 4231 

Summer days at Meadow Brook; 7 
musical scenes with words ad lib., 
by Mae-Aileen Erb, op. 33; pf. © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; E pub. 
3621 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 4232 

Summer's promise ; words and music 
by J. Devlin. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929 ; 
E unp. 4122; Jane Devlin, Chicago. 

4233 

Sun flower blues; by Spencer Wil- 
liams ; pf . © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929 ; E 
unp. 4117: Triangle music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 4234 

Sunny of Sunnyside; juvenile operetta 
in two acts for unchanged voices, 
libretto and lyrics by Beatrice Marie 
Casey, music by Harry L. Alford. 
4to. © Feb. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; 
D pub. 27463; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 4235 

Sunny smiles ; fox-trot song, words 
and music by N. Delfonse. © Feb. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; E pub. 3629 ; 
Nicholas Delfonse, Philadelphia. 

4236 

Sunrise City; words and music by 
E. E. Helseth. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 
3477; Ethel Etherdige Helseth, 
Indrio, Fla. 4237 

Supplication; sacred song, words and 
music by Johncea Gillingham. 
1. Mixed voices. 2. Male voices. 
4to. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. each 
Feb. 25; E pub. 3676, 3677; Peate's 
music house, inc., Utica, N. Y. 

4238, 4239 

Sur le lac ; tyrolienne, par I. Snoek. 
of Netherlands, op. 19; orch. pts., 
with pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2754 ; J. Yves Krier, Paris. 4240 

Swallow, hither wing; poem by W. C. 
Bennett, music by Ivor R. Davies, of 
Great Britain. © Jan. 31, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 8; E for. 2590; Murdoch, 
Murdoch & co., inc., with John G. 
Murdoch & co., ltd., London. 4241 



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4263 



Swaying (The) nest; by Mildred 
Weston; pf. with words. © Feb. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; E pub. 3645 ; 
Arthur P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

4242 

Swaying roses ; by Louise Godfrey 
Ogle : pf . © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
28: E pub. 3770; Schroeder & Gun- 
ther, inc., New York. 4243 

Sweeping thru the gates ; hymn, words 
and music by Luther G. Presley. © 
Jan. 3, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; E pub. 
3714 ; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 4244 

Sweet (A) honeymoon; words by Mrs. 
Jno. M. Ely, music by Larry E. 
Goffin ; pf . and ukulele ace. Los 
Angeles, Sequoia music publishers. 
© Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; E pub. 
3498; Maud Virginia Ely, Grange- 
ville, Id. 4245 

Sweet memories: words and music by 
F. H. Rea. © Feb. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 25 ; E pub. 3680 ; Floris H. Rea, 
Peoria, O. 4246 

Sweet (The) o' the year; words by 
Shakespeare, music by Peter War- 
lock [pseud, of Philip Heseltine], of 
Great Britain ; low or med. voice. 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; E for. 
2736 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 4247 

Sweet summer-time ; words by Martin 
Wagner, music by E. M. Reasoner. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 17; E pub. 
3182; Elizabeth M. Reasoner, Lan- 
sing, Mich. 4248 

Sweetheart ; words and music by J. 
Georges. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; E unp. 3166; 
Josephine Georges, Laramie, Wy. 

4249 

Sweetheart I'll never forget ; words 
and music by L. Wood, arr. by O. 
Potoker. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E 
unp. 3887; Leonora Wood, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4250 

Sweetheart I love you just the same; 
words and music by M. Resnick. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 3558; Morris 
Resnick, St. Louis. 4251 

Sweetheart, I'm on my way ; words 
and music by Alfred Solman and 
Geo. Brown. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3871; Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

4252 

Sweetheart of Beta ; waltz, words and 
music by Hume Everett [i. e. W. H. 



Everett], special arr. by Bob Taylor ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929; E unp. 3768; William Hume 
Everett, Denver. 4253 

Sweetheart of mine; words by M. L. 
Schaeffer, music by Phil Starr. 
[Photostat] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; 
E unp. 3730; Melvin L. Schaeffer, 
Quicksburg, Va. 4254 

Sweetheart of Spain ; words and music 
by G. Hundley. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929; E unp. 3915; Gertrude Hund- 
ley, Denver. 4255 

Sweetheart of the dawn ; words by 
Minnie I. Hodapp, music by S. J. 
Jepperson. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; 
E unp. 3903 ; Samuel J. Jepperson, 
Los Angeles. 4256 

Swinging in the lane; for toy sym- 
phony, by J. Lilian Vandevere; 
teacher's sc. and picture sc. 4to. © 
Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 13; E pub. 
3656; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

4257 

Symphonic prelude to Robert Brown- 
ing's tragedy, A blot in the 'scutch- 
eon ; by L. R. Lewis, op. 7 ; full orch. 
sc. © Sept. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 10 ; 
E pub. 3329 ; Leo Rich Lewis, Somer- 
ville, Mass. 4258 

Symphonic prelude to Robert Brown- 
ing's tragedy, A blot in the 'scutch- 
eon ; by L. R. Lewis, op. 7 ; orch. 
pts. © Nov. 22, 1927 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1928 ; E pub. 3331 ; Leo Rich Lewis, 
Tufts college, Mass. 4259 

Tally-ho ; by W. A. Montgomery, of 
Great Britain ; pf . © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2706; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 4260 

Tambourin ; by Jean J. C. Mondon- 
ville. arr. by Georges Barrere, of 
France, domiciled at New York ; 
flute or violin, with pf. ace. © Jan. 
31, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3257 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 4261 

Tambourin ; 18th si£cle, fur violine und 
klavier, bearb. von Charles Cerne, of 
Austria. © Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
22; E for. 1548; Adolph Fiirstner, 
Berlin. 4262 

Tangled curls ; words by D. S. Rey- 
nolds, music by Chas. L. Johnson. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 4041; 
Dorothy Statton Reynolds, Bloom, 
Kan. 4263 



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Tangled in a taxicab ; lyric by F. 
Downey, music by M. Hamilton. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 4087 ; Fairfax 
Downey and Morris Hamilton, New 
York. 4264 

Taniec wojta na weselu ; by Joseph 
Kapalka. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; E 
unp. 3780; International music pub. 
co., Chicago-. 4265 

Taxi ; words and music by L. J. Wells ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb, 21, 1929; E unp. 
3922; Lillian Juanita Wells, New 
York. 4266 

Teach me. O Lord ; anthem, text from 
Psalm 119, music by R. M. Stults. 
4to. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; 
E pub. 3165; Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 4267 

Teach me to pray ; duet and cho., 
words and music by A. H. Ackley. 
(In Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3755; 
Robert Henry Coleman, Dallas. 

4268 

Tear drops ; words by Lou Davis, mu- 
sic by Arnold Johnson. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3210; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 4269 

Tee off; words and music by Reggie 
Montgomery [i. e. Reginald Mont- 
gomery] and G. Ward. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929; 
E unp. 3452; Reginald Montgomery. 
Pasadena, and George Ward, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4270 

Tell me dear; words and music by J. 
Claps. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3821; 
Joseph Claps, West New York, N. J. 

4271 

Tell me dear ; words by R. Gibson, 
music by S. Marco and J. Finke, jr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3945; 
Sano Marco, New York, John Finke, 
jr., Ravena, N. Y., and Ross Gibson, 
Portland, Or. 4272 

Tell me there's hope for me: waltz 
ballad, words and music by Howard 
Johnson and Joe Davis. © Feb. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3373; 
Triangle music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 4273 

Tell me you care ; words and music 
by II. A. Evensen. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929; E unp. 3956; Howard Alvin 
Evensen, Cbicago. 4274 



Temptation ( The ) on the Mount ; 
sacred cantata for mixed cho., and 
cho. of children's or women's voices. 
with sop. and bar. solos, text se- 
lected by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic by A. Louis Scarmolin, op. 60. 
4to. © Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 1; 
E pub. 3132; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 4275 

Tenement Tessie ; words and music by 
Ken O'Brien [i. e. K. B. O'Brien] 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E 
pub. 3637 ; Kenneth B. O'Brien, Min- 
neapolis. 4276 

That baby boy of mine; words by 
Jack Hoffman, music by Frank 
Bushea [i. e. F. O. Bushea] © 1 c. 
June 4, 1928 ; E unp. 3899 ; Franklin 
Orville Bushea, Toledo, O. 4277 

That harmonica band ; words and mu- 
sic by James Vollmer. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3500 ; Edward Vollmer, Phila- 
delphia. 4278 

That little gal from Shanghai; words 
and music by P. J. Moran. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929 ; E unp. 3638 ; Patrick 
Joseph Moran, Oakland, Calif. 4279 

That memory kiss; words by H. F. 
Bell, music by David Reed. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3758; Harry 
F. Bell, Venice, Calif. 4280 

That night among the roses ; lyric by 
Ted Koehler, music by Frank Ma- 
gine ; pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 
5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3371; 
Villa Moret, inc., San Francisco. 

4281 

That rose covered shack ; words and 
music by W. R. Hodgin. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929; E unp. 3806; Willard Ran- 
dolph Hodgin, New York. 4282 

That's how I know I love you; words 
and music by Tom Ford. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929 ; E unp. 4039 : Kathryn 
W. Ford, Newton Center, Mass. 

4283 

That's like taking you away from me ; 
words and music by Dave Ringle. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3911; De 
Sylva, Brown &' Henderson, inc., 
New York. 4284 

That's me ; fox-trot song-, by M. C. 
Skie, music arr. by Walter W. New- 
comer. © Feb. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; 
E pub. 3568 ; C. Max Skie, Gary, Ind. 

4285 



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4306 



That's music to my ears; words and 
music by J. Fred Coots, Lou Davis 
and Arnold Johnson. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3211; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 42S6 

■ Same. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; E 

imp. 3236 ; De Sylva, Brown & Hen- 
derson, inc., New York. 42S7 

That's my folly Molly; words by H. 
Reinschreiber, music by Johnny 
Thompson and H. Reinschreiber. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; E unp, 3454; Henry 
Reinschreiber, Philadelphia. 42SS 

That's my new girl now ; words by 
Jean Herbert, music by Frank Ga- 
la ssi and Maurice Abrahams. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Fob. 16, 1929; E unp. 3S09 ; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 42S9 

That's what I call heaven; words and 
music by Al Solman, Dale Wimbrow, 
and George Brown. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
E unp. 3528; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc., New York. 4290 

That's what I call heaven ; words and 
music by Alfred Solman, Geo. Brown 
and Dale Wimbrow, arr. by Joseph 
M. Weiss : pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Feb. 27, 1929: 2 c. Feb. 28: E pub. 
3775; De Sylva, Brown & Hender- 
son, inc., New York. 4291 

That's what I like about you; lyrics 
and music bv Tom Ford. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23. 1929 ; E unp. 4040 ; Kathryn 
W. Ford, Newton Center, Mass. 

4292 

That's what I see in you; words and 
music by Al. Koppell and Irving 
Mills ; pf . ace. with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3364; Gotham music 
service, inc., New York . 4293 

That's what the moon said to me; 
words and music by Fred Gardner, 
H. Pitman Clarke and Walter Wal- 
lace: pf. ace. with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29. 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11: E pub. 3313; Mills music, 
inc., New York. 4294 

That's what you've done to me : words 
and music bv H. J. Fisher. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929 : E unp. 3613 : Harry J. 
Fisher, Chicago. 4295 

That's why I love you Helen : words 
and music by J. Panichelli; with 1st 



violin intro. [Words and melody 

only] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929 ; E unp. 

3762 : Joseph Panichelli, Philadel- 
phia. 4296 

That's why I'm lonesome for you ; lyric 
and music by D. De Bellis. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Nov. 28, 
1928 : E unp. 2106 ; Dominic De Bel- 
lis, Orange, N. J. . 4297 

That's why she's my sweetheart ; 
words and music by James C. Stapp, 
arr. by Rube Bennett: pf. and uku- 
lele ace. © Feb. 6. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
9 ; E pub. 3500 ; Milton Weil music 
co., Chicago. 4298 

That smile I had, I have lost ; lyrics 
and music by P. A. Foglia. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929 : E unp. 4037 ; Peter A. Foglia, 
Brooklyn. 4299 

That someone it's you : words and 
music by R. Albright. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3729; Ray Albright. Newark. 
N. J. 4300 

That up-to-date baby of mine ; words 
and music by H. Levine. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1929: E unp. 3507; Hyman Levine, 
New York. 4301 

That wonderful wife of mine ; words 
and air by James B. Murphy, music 
by Laura J. Murphy. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1929: E unp. 3743; James Barn- 
hart Murphy, Detroit. 4302 

That wonderful yesterday; words by 
F. U. Carr, music by David Reed. 
© Feb. 14. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 15: E 
pub. 3532 : Florence Unzicker Carr, 
Middletown, O. 4303 

Then came the war ; words and music 
by Ben Black ; pf . ace, with ukulele 
arr. bv May Singhi Breen. © Feb. 
20, 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 21 ; E pub. 3627 ; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 4304 

Then farewell, my trim-built wherry ; 
2 pt. song, by Charles Dibdin, arr. by 
Alec Rowley, of Great Britain; tre- 
ble voices. Winthrop Rogers ed. 
4to. © Jan. 23, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 4: 
E for. 2695 : Hawkes & son (London) 
ltd.. London. 4305 

Then I'll come back to you: words 
and music by E. Marino. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1929; E unp. 3436: Ernest Marino. 
New York. 4306 



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There ain't no-body but you ; lyric by 
C. L. Hauser, jr.. music by C. L. 
Hauser, jr. and Bob Zurke ; pf. © 

1 c. Feb. 28. 1929 ; E unp. 4118 ; Carl 
L. Hauser, jr., Philadelphia. 4307 

There is always a bright light gleam- 
ing : words by Reginald Rigby. 
music by Cecil Webb Johnson, of 
Great Britain. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Dec. 13. 19L8 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929; E for. 2861; Camp- 
bell, Connelly & co., London. 4308 

There is life for a look ; hymn, words 
and music by Custer V. Cox. (In 
Revival songs.) © Jan. 15. 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3745; Robert 
Henry Coleman, Dallas. 4309 

There is no secret but love ; aria, from 
A little girl at play, words and music 
bv Frank Patterson ; with violin 
obbl. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; 
E pub. 3516; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 4310 

There is nobody else like you ; words 
and music by Jack Palmer and Ir- 
ving Mills; pf. ace, with ukulele 
arr. by M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3369; Gotham 
music service, inc.. New York. 

4311 

There is one we both call baby now ; 
words and music by E. G. Forbes. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3637; 
Ernest Gilbert Forbes, Hammond, 
Ind. 4312 

There's a golden dawn for someone, 
but just another day for me; words 
and music by N. Ingham and Charlie 
Smith [i. e. C. J. Smith] ; pf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3622; Nelson 
Ingham and Charles J. Smith, Phila- 
delphia. 4313 

There's a handwriting on the wall ; 
words and music by Joel Taggert. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; E unp, 3564; Chicago 
music pub. co., inc., Chicago. 4314 

There's a reason ; words and music by 
M. D. Bullis. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
17; E pub. 3183; Maxine D. Bullis, 
Bangall, N. Y. 4315 

There's an open heaven to-night ; 
hymn, words and music by Leland 
Green. © May 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 1 ; 
E pub. 1118; Clarence Leland Green, 
Placentia, Calif. 4316 

Thesee vainqueur ; ouverture, par I. 
Snoek, of Netherlands, and G. Krier, 



of France; orch. pts., with pf. con- 
ductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2493; J. Yves 
Krier, Paris. 4317 

Theta delta chi sweetheart ; words and 
music by D. C. Beattie. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4071; 
Daniel C. Beattie, Washington. 4318 

They have taken away my Lord ; 
Easter anthem, quartet or cho., 
words from the Bible, music by 
R. W. Martin ; mixed voices. 4to. 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 
3146 ; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

4319 

They shake all the way round ; words 
and music by L. Aron. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3384 ; Lionel Aron, New 
Gatun, Canal Zone. 4320 

Things look wonderful now ; words by 
Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by May 
Singhi Breen. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 30 ; E pub. 3170 ; Joe Morris 
music co., New York. 4321 

Thinking ; words and music by S. Her- 
ron. [Words and melody only] © 

1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E pub. 3630; 
Stanley Herron, Lancaster, Ky. 

4322 

Thinking and dreaming of you ; words 
and music by F. Busker. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929; E unp. 3633; Frank Busker, 
Sheboygan, Wis. 4323 

Those airplane blues ; words and music 
by G. Offield, banjo ace. by J. W. 
Barney Offield. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; E unp. 4031; Gertrude E, 
Offield, Seattle. 4324 

Those cornfield blues ; words and 
music by S. B. Furgatch. [Photo- 
stat] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 
3517; Sidney B. Furgatch. New 
York. 4325 

Those were the happy days long long 
ago ; words and music by Dick 
Robertson, Art Linick and Ted 
Koehler; pf. and ukulele ace. © 
Dec. 29. 1928; 2 c. Dec. 28; E pub. 
2000; Gene Austin, inc., New York. 

4326 

Three (The) cherry trees; poem by 
Walter De La Mare, music by 
Horace Johnson. © Feb. 13, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 3559; G. 
Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 4327 



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Three-part sight reading exercises ; by 
Hubert E. Rooney, of Great Britain, 
nos. 1-50. 4to. © Jan. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 8; E for. 2666; Boosey & 
co.. Itch, London. 4328 

Three (The) wise bachelors; words 
and music by E. M. Jones. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1929; E imp. 4138; Elihu 
M. Jones, West Haven, Conn. 4329 

Through all the keys with the great 
masters : compiled by Elizabeth 
Gest; pf. © Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 5. 1929 ; aff . Jan. 31 ; AA 5117 ; 
Boston music co., Boston. 4330 

Tick-tock, lullaby; by Rudolf Kvelve, 
op. 1. no. 1 ; pf. with words. © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 16; E pub. 
2711 : Fred Heltman co.. Cleveland. 

4331 

Tickle my doggie ; lyrics by Edward 
B. Gordon, music by Erv. Bradley. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 4026; Broad- 
way music corp., New York. 4332 

Tiddledy winks : by E. Rhinard ; pf . © 
Feb. 9, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3399: Ethel Rhinard, Santa Ana. 
Calif. 4333 

Tidings of peace ; cantata for Christ- 
mas, text compiled and written by 
Arthur Beresford, set to music by 
Russell Hancock Miles ; solo voices 
and cho.. with organ ace. 4to. © 
Oct. 28, 1927; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E 
pub. 3289; H. W. Gray co.. New 
York. 4334 

Tip-top-ics ; six one-steps, by Mel B. 
Kaufman, arr. by Walter C. Schad ; 
orch. pts. with pf. conductor. 
1. Here we go. [5 others] 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; E pub. 
3243; G. Schirmer. inc., New York. 

4335 

Tipsy (The) noctambulist ; slow-fox, 
von Mirrio Robert, of Belgium ; 
odeon and salonorch. pts., with pf. 
conductor and violin 1 conductor. 
4to. © Feb. 18. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
E for. 2651 ; Aug. Cranz, G. m. b. H., 
Leipzig. 4336 

'Tis my Savior that can give ; hymn, 
words and music arr. by B. B. Mc- 
Kinney. (In Revival songs) © 
Jan. 15. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3758; Robert H. Coleman, Dallas. 

4337 

To a brown-eyed maiden ; words and 
music by R. C. Stokell. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929: 



E imp. 3390 ; Ralphia Constance 
Stokell, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 4338 

To a canary ; words by Ruth Carol 
Bvertz, music by N. H. Evertz. © 
Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 16; E pub. 
3602; Normanda Hvale Evertz, Chi- 
cago. 4339 

To a woodlark; words by Robert 
Burns, music by Edward Reitz. © 

1 c. Feb. 25. 1929; E unp. 4002; 
Edward E. Reitz, Buffalo. 4340 

To Him, who died and rose again; 
Easter anthem, 4 pt. cho., words by 
A. T. Russell, music by Edwin H. 
Pierce ; mixed voices with solos ; 
organ ace. 4to. © Feb. 4, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3509; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 4341 

To katinaki mou ; words and music by 
Ierotheo Skiza, of Italy, domiciled 
at New York. [Greek text and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E 
unp. 3869; Tetos music store, New 
York. 4342 

To my buddy; words by D. Bervey, 
music by Ray Hibbeler. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1929 ; E unp. 3938 ; Dora Bervey, 
Chicago. 4343 

To the greenwood ; by Helen Mac- 
Gregor; pf. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3765; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 4344 

To the Nazarene ; words by Lawrence 
Woodfin, music by L. Patton. Port- 
land, Ore., Manuscript club. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
pub. 3138; Lowell Patton, Portland, 
Or. 4345 

Tomorrow ; words and music by H. F. 
Styles, of Canada. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 3995; Henry F. Styles, Van- 
couver, B. C, Canada. 4346 

Toni (Alceo) Quattro strambotti ; su 
testi trecenteschi, per canto e pf ., di 
A. Toni, of Italy. © Feb. 5, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 21; E for. 2828; A. & G. 
Carisch & c, Milan. 4347 

Too much lovin' ; words by Herb Ma- 
gidson, music by Michael H. Cleary ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by M. 
Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
11 ; E pub. 3342 ; Mills music, inc., 
New York. 4348 

Tootache; words by Max Rutchik^ 
music by L. Whitcup. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929; 
E unp. 3457 ; Leonard Whitcup. New 
York. 4349 



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Tbreras (Las) ; zarzuela en un acte, 
paroles et musique de Raoul La- 
parra, of France ; sc. for voice and 
pf. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1929: D pub. 27461; Rene Gilles, 
Paris. 4350 

Tornade (La) ; incidental, par B. Des- 
sart, orch. par Ph. Pares, of France ; 
pts., with pf. conductor. © Dec. 31, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2461; 
Editions musicales Sam Fox, Paris. 

4351 

Toro (El) puntal; words and music 
by Antonio Loya, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles ; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3436 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 4352 

Toujours les memes ; paroles de F. 
Vimont, musique de Ph. Pares et G. 
van Parys, of France. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; E for. 2458 ; 
Editions musicales Sam Fox, Paris. 

4353 

Tous les maitres du piano ; troisieme 
grand album, 40 chefs-d'oeuvre clas- 
siques et modernes, de F. Salabert, 
of France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; E for. 2523; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 4354 

Traum (Ein) von Wien ; text und mu- 
sik von E. Lukasczyk, of Germany, 
domiciled at New York ; pf . © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3742; Erich 
Lukasczyk, New York. 4355 

Treasures ; love song, words by Ar- 
thur Sherburne Hardy, music by 
Brinton Whitehead [i. e. J. B. White- 
head] ; high or med. voice. © Jan. 
31, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3251 ; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 4356 

Treren oi treren ; by D. Meyerowitz. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3794 ; David Meyerowitz. 
New York. 4357 

Triguefiita dame un beso ; words and 
music by Emilio Medellin, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at Los Angeles; pf. 
[Photostat] © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3413 ; Dionisio Acosta, 
Los Angeles. 4358 

Trio en fa diese ; pour violon, violon- 
celle et pf., par R. Bernard, of 
France. © Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1929 : E for. 2395 ; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 4359 

Tripping through the woods ; by E. 
Schonherr, of Germany, domiciled 
at San Francisco ; pf. © 1 c. Nov. 



19, 1928 ; E unp. 1417 ; Erwin Schon- 
herr, San Francisco. 4360 

Tristes recuerdos ; words and music 
by Antonio Loya, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles ; pf . [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E pub. 3443 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 4361 

Tristeza y dolor ; danza, letra y mu- 
sica de Salome Gonzalez, of Mexico, 
domiciled at Chicago. [Photostat] 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; E unp. 3428; 
Ignacio M. Valle, Chicago. 4362 

Troop — pageantry ; by Leo Stanley, of 
Great Britain; military and brass 
band pts. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; E for. 2669 ; Boosey 
& co., ltd., London. 4363 

Trottola (La) ; riduzione per orches- 
trina con pf. conduttore dell' autore, 
Attilio Parelli, of Italy, pts. 4to. 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 16; E 
for. 2728 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

4364 

Troublesome blues ; v>rprds and music 
by Leuella Miller. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E 
unp. 3702 ; State street music pub. 
co., inc., Chicago. 4365 

Troya de amor ; cancion, letra de Car- 
los Valverde Lopez, musica di C. P. 
Garcia, of Spain. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929; E unp. 3682; Cristobal Pala- 
cios Garcia, Malaga, Spain. 4366 

True heaven ; theme song from the 
photoplay, words and music by Wil- 
liam Kernell and Dave Stamper ; pf. 
and ukulele ace. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 7; E pub. 3215: De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc.. New York. 

4367 

True heaven ; words by R. Gibson, mu- 
sic by S. Marco and J. Finke, jr. © 
1 c. Jan. 31. 1929; E unp. 3979; 
Sano Marco, New York, John Finke, 
jr.. New York, and Ross Gibson, 
Portland. Or. 4368 

Try your wings; words and music by 
R. F. Click. © 1 c. Feb. 1. 1929: E 
unp. 3715 ; Ruth Fridman Glick, Cin- 
cinnati. 4369 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) Har- 
vest song ; August, op. 37 a , no. 8, se- 
lected, fingered and annotated by G. 
Augustus Holmes and Frederick J. 
Kara, of Great Britain ; pf . © Feb. 
12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E for. 2837; 
Edwin Ashdown, ltd., London. 4370 



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Tu veux savoir ; valse lente sur les mo- 
tifs de la chanson du film La chair 
et ie (liable, de Rene Sylviano. an*, 
par F. Salabert, of France; orch. 
pts.. with pf. conductor. 1st violins 
conductor and words. 4to. © Jan." 
10. 1929; 1 c. Feb. 8: E for. 2810: 
Francis Salabert. Paris. 4371 

Tu veux savoir: chanson du film La 
chair et le diable. paroles de Lucien 
Boyer, musique do Reno Sylviano, of 
France : pf. ace. with ukulele arr. 
by F. Salabert. © Dec. 31. 1928: 1 
c. Feb. 8. 1929 : E for. 2793 ; Francis 
Salabert. Paris. 4372 

Tune (A) that you can whistle: words 
and music by Tom Rogers [i. e. T. 
P. Rogers! [Without ace] © 1 e 
Feb. 6. 1929 : E imp. 3483 : Thos. R 



Rogers. Bellwood, 111. 



4373 



Tune (The) the old cow died on; 
words and music by E. M. Manley. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5. 1929; E imp. 3434: Edward 
Marquis Manley, Los Angeles. 4374 

Tutto passa ; by M. Loguercio. [Mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928: E 
unp. 2371 ; Michael Loguercio. 
Brooklyn. 4375 

'Twas in the moonlight when my love 
dreams came true : fox trot, words 
and music by Del Cabell [i. e. A. T. 
Cabell] [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1929; E unp. 3859; 
Adelbert T. Cabell, Denver. 4376 

Two (The) orphans; musical version 
in 3 acts, 5 scenes, lyrics by Doris 
Marbro, music by Anthony Bonsig- 
nore and M. Scala. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929; D unp. 27458; Mario Scala, 
Brooklyn. 4377 

Tyrolean song; by Zeller, arr. by Os- 
car J. Lehrer ; violin and pf . © 
Feb. 12. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 
3555 : Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 4378 

'U cavuru d" America ; words by A. De 
Simone. music by Paolo Dones. 
[Italian text] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 
3878 : Andrea De Simone, New York. 

4379 

'U chiovu : versi di G. Marrone, musica 
di Mario Nicastro. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; 
E unp. 3663; Gaspare Marrone, 
Brooklyn. 4380 

Uccellino (L') blu ; versi di Peppino 
Mendes, musica di C. Lombardo. © 



Nov. 1. 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6; E for. 
2616; Carlo Lombardo, Milan. 4381 

Uke a melody; dis moi oui, fox-trot, 
de Broadway, by Harry Revel, spe- 
cial jazz orchestration by Andre Sab, 
of France: orch. pts. 4to. © Jan. 
5. 1929; 1 c. Jan. 31; E for. 2385; 
Publications Raoul Breton et co., 
Paris. 4382 

I'm pah : words and music by Lon 
Davis and Ted Fiorito. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; 
E unp. 3913; De Sylva, Brown & 
Henderson, inc.. New York. 4383 

Uncle Bud ; words and music by Hud- 
son Whittaker. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 
3711 ; State street music pub. co M 
inc., Chicago. 4384 

Under the harvest moon ; words and 
music by C. N. Parker. © 1 c. Feb. 
20. 1929: E unp. 389S ; Carroll Nor- 
man Parker, Chicago. 4385 

Under the silvery moon in a little bark 
canoe; words and music by J. C. 
Farrow. New York City, Frank 
Harding. © Feb. 4. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 
6; E pub. 3196; James Clarke Far- 
row. Coach ella, Calif. 4386 

Underneath the mystic moon ; words 
by Clinton Lewis [i. e. Clinton Gard- 
ner Lewis], music by Al Smith [i. e. 
Albert Francis Smith] © 1 c. Feb. 
28. 1929 ; E unp. 4135 ; Al Smith and 
Clinton Lewis, Buffalo. 4387 

Unfortunate (The) coon; song and 
dance, words by W. H. Thomlinson, 
music by I. A. Springborn. Musca- 
tine, Iowa. Muscatine music house. 
© Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3523 ; Ida Appel Springborn, Musca- 
tine, la. 4388 

Unhappy blues; words and music by 
Will Ezell. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E unp. 
3561 ; Chicago music pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 4389 

United States of America ; stars on the 
blue, marching song, words and mu- 
sic by C. Gladish. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1929; E unp. 3357; Cora Gladish, 
Higginsville, Mo. 4390 

Uomo (L') che ride; fantasia, di Ar- 
rigo Pedrollo, riduzione per orch. 
salon, con pf. conduttore, di A. Pen- 
nati Malvezzi. of Italy, pts. 4to. 
© Nov. 10, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; 
E for. 2626 ; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
Milan. 4391 



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Up a hill and down a hill to you ; 
words and music by L. Valdare. © 

1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; E 4093; Larry 
Valdare, Chicago. 4392 

Up in the air; lyric by M. C. Davies, 
music by P. H. Burn. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; 
E unp. 3615 ; Philip Haviland Burn, 
Brooklyn, and Mary Carolyn Da- 
vies, New York. 4393 

Up in your room ; words and music by 
Harold Saylor. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3466 ; Nathan Harold Saylor, 
Chicago. 4394 

Vacation-time [and] The birthday 
party ; by Minnie Coons Freeman ; 
pf. with words. © Feb. 4, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 8; E pub. 3505; G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York. 4395 

Vademecum (Das) des flotenspielers 

(The flutist's vademecum) ; by L. 

DeLorenzo, op. 35. book 1-3. © 

Oct. 21, 1928 ; 1 c. each Oct. 16 ; 1 c. 

each Nov. 27; E pub. 3534-3536; 

Aug. Cranz, G. m. b. H., Leipzig. 

4396^398 
Valse in F; by M. Gold. [Melody 

only] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 

3665 ; Matthew Gold, Bayonne, N. J. 

4399 
Valse lente ; by Florence A. Goodrich ; 

pf. © Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; 

E pub. 3776 ; Clayton F. Summy co,, 

Chicago. . 4400 

Valse Pauline; valse lente, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, op. 584: pf. © Feb. 
6. 1929: 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 3217; 
Irving Berlin standard music Corp., 
New York. 4401 

Valse piquante : by S. L. Davis ; pf . 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp, 4097; 
Stanley L. Davis, Warren, O. 4402 

Valse romantique : by W. O. Forsyth, 
of Canada, op. 62; pf. © Feb. 11, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 13: E for. 2640: 
Anglo-Canadian music co., Toronto, 
Canada. 4403 

Valse tendre; graceful waltz move- 
ment, by William Axt, orch. by An- 
tonio E. Cafarella ; orch. pts. with 
pf. or organ conductor. © Feb. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; E pub. 3286 ; Rob- 
bins music corp., New York. 4404 

Valses nobles et sentimentales : par 
Maurice Ravel, pour petite orch., 
avec pf. conducteur par Roger Bran- 
ga, of France. 4to. no. 1. 2. © 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 1029 ; 
E for. 2775. 2776: Durand et cie., 
Paris. 4405, 4406 



Valzer allegro ; by J. Pezzolo ; accor- 
dion. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 
3812 ; John Pezzolo, San Francisco. 

4407 

Vengeance ; by Edward Mayhof er ; 1st 
violin. 4to. © Oct. 15, 1928; 2 c. 
Oct. 17; E pub. 37; Strauss music 
pub. co., Sharon, Mass. 4408 

Veni pebeta . . . ; tango sentimental, 
paroles argentines de B our el y Mo- 
rales, musique de Manuel Joves, of 
France ; pf., with ukulele arr. by 
F. Salabert. © Dec. 31, 1928: 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929: E for. 2791; Francis 
Salabert, Paris. 4409 

Verlorene (Der) sohn ; in fiinf szenen, 
text nach Andre Gide, ubersetzt von 
• Rainer Maria Rilke, musik von Her- 
mann Reutter, of Germany, op. 34; 
orch. Sc. © Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; E for. 2748; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 4410 

Veronique ! V6ronique ! chanson popu- 
laire, paroles de A. Willemetz, 
Saint-Granier et Jean Le Seyeux, 
musique de C. Borel-Clerc, of France. 
© Dec. 31, 1928 : 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
E for. 2443; Ch. Borel-Clerc, Paris. 

4411 

Vezzosa (La) ; polka, by L. Canoro ; 
violin. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 
4081 ; Louis Canoro, New York. 

4412 

Vidi aquam ; liturgical text, music by 
Martin G. Dumler, op. 13, no. 5 ; 
mixed voices, with organ ace. 4to. 
© Feb. 19, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23: E 
pub. 3634; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 4413 

Viole appassite ; by M. Loguercio. 

[Melody only] © 1 c. Feb, 5, 1929; 

E unp, 3432; Michael Loguercio, 

Brooklyn. 4414 

Violen ; von Johan S. Svendsen. of 
Norway, arr. by A. Andersen Win- 
gar, of Norway salon-orch. pts. 4to. 
© Sept. 10, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 3; E 
for. 584; Norsk musiki'orlag, Oslo, 
Norway. 4415 

Violetta ; waltz, by Flaminio Pigno- 
loni; violin. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 1929; 
E unp. 3896; Apollo music co., 
Brooklyn. 4416 

Violin compositions ; with pf. ace, and 
violin alone by Gene Rede will ; 
violin pt. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16 : E pub. 3266 ; Redewill music co., 
Phoenix, Ariz. 4417 






MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1929 



4433 



Vita (La) di Broadway: words by 
Andrea De Simone, music by L. 
Canoro; voice with violin. [Italian 
text] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; E unp. 
4076 : Louis Canoro. New York. 

441S 

Vita mia : bv M. Loguercio. [Melody 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1928 : E linp. 
2372 : Michael Loguercio, Brooklyn. 

4419 

Vita spagnola : waltz, by Alberto Rizzi : 
violin. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929 ; E unp. 
3S93: Apollo music co., Brooklyn. 

4420 

Vogelhandler (Der) ; fantasie, von 
Carl Zeller, an*, von Leo Artok, of 
Germany, op. 107; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor and 1st violin direc- 
tion. © Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
E for. 2744: B. Schott's sohne, 
Mainz, Germany. 4421 

Voici que le printeinps . . . : de CI. De- 
bussy, arr. par F . Salabert, of 
France ; orch. pts., with pf. conduc- 
tor and 1st violins conductor. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E 
for. 2804 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

4422 

Vol (Le) du bourdon: scherzo, tire de 
Fopera Le conte du Tsar Saltan, 
par X. Rimsky-Korsakov, transcrip- 
tion pour grand-orgue par L. de 
Saint-Martin, of France. © Dec. 
31. 1928: 1 c. Jan. 31. 1929: E for. 
2394 ; W. Bessel et cie., Paris. 4423 

Volkstanze fur singkreise in schule 
mid ha us; in verbindung mit Paul 
Kickstat u. Bernhard Schmidt, hrsg. 
von Fritz Jode, of Germany. Melo- 
dien ausg. 1. t. 12mo. © June 
16. 1928; 1 c. Nov. 20; A— Foreign 
824 : Georg Kallmeyer verlag, Wol- 
fenbiittel, Germany. 4424 

Voy a morir ; words and music by 

Luis Aguinaga. of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles; pf. [Photo- 
stat] © Jan. 11. 1929 : 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
E. pub. 3446 ; Dionisio Acosta, Los 
Angeles. 4425 

Voyageurs (Les) : musical play, li- 
bretto by D. O. Wilson, music by 
J. H. Gilbert and Christine Corbett. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1928: D unp. 27460: Chris- 
tine G. Corbett. Des Moines. J. H. 
Gilbert. El Dorado, Kan., and D. O. 
Wilson. Des Moines. 4426 

WaiTensehmied (Der) : ouverture zur 
oper. von A. Lortzing. arr. von Leo- 
pold Weninger. of Austria ; orch. pts.. 
with pf. conductor and 1st violin 
conductor. © Jan. 23. 1929; 1 c. 



Feb. 12: E for. 2599; Anton J. Ben- 
jamin, Leipzig. 4427 

Wagner (Richard) Tannhauser: se- 
lection from the opera, arr. by Ar- 
thur Purcell, of Great Britain; pf. 
© Feb. 15. 1929: 1 c. Feb. 14; E 
for. 2708; J. H. Larway, London. 

4428 

Wait till you're blue, Mary ; words 
by Irving Caesar and Murray Smith, 
music by Cliff Friend. © Feb. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 : E pub. 3280 ; Irv- 
ing Berlin, inc., New York. 4429 

Waitin' for the rainbow ; words by F. 
Johnson, music by F. Johnson and 
Dever Stuart. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 
3950; Fred Johnson, Clarksburg, W. 
Va. 4430 

Waiting ; waltz, words and music by 
C. Santoro. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 
3951 ; Carl Santoro, Xorristown. Pa. 

4431 

Waiting for you ; words by C. Bas- 
ham, music by Robert H. Brennen. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 17; E pub. 
31SS; Clara Basham. Roanoke, Ya. 

4432 

Waiting (The) song; words by Lou 
Klein, music by B. Miller. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; E unp. 3980 : Bob Miller, New 
York. 4433 

Walk in the newness of life ; words 
by James Rowe. music by B. D. Ack- 
lev: pf. (In Revival songs.) © 
Jan. 15. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3744; Robert H. Coleman, Dallas. 

4434 

Walking home blues ; words by H. 
Lewis, music by Robert B. Hand. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929: E unp. 3595: 
Howard Lewis. Philadelphia. 4435 

Walking with Jesus; hymn, words by 
James Rowe. music by Thomas Ben- 
ton. © Jan. 3. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26: 
E pub. 3708 : Eugene Monroe Bart- 
lett. Hartford. Ark. 4436 

Walking with the Lord : hymn, words 
and music bv Luther G. Presley. © 
Jan. 3. 1929; 2 e. Feb. 26: E pub. 
3715 : Eugene Monroe Bartlett. 
Hartford, Ark. 4437 

Waltz of the moon ; words and music 
bv Charley Berry. Syl. Hosman and 
Bert Lowe. © Feb. 4. 1929: 2 c. 
Feb. 18: E pub. 3724: Berry-Hosman 
music co.. Salem. Mass. 4438 



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pt. in, n. s„ v. 24 



Wanderer's (The) warning; words by 
Frank Luther, music by C. J. Robi- 
son. [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 3860 ; Car- 
son J. Robison, New York. 4439 

Wandering ( The ) girl ; mountanieer 
[!] ballad, by J. H. Crockett, jr. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3925; Johnny 
Harvey Crockett, jr., Fowler, Calif. 

4440 

Wandering home: fox-trot, lyric by 
Gus Kahn, music by Jules K. Stein, 
arr. by Arthur Lange ; orch. pts. 
4to. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; 
E pub. 3490 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 4441 

*Wandering lovers ; moon and star- 
light waltz, lyric by W. N. Myers, 
music by B. M. Hale. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1929; E unp. 4029; Wm. Nelson 
Myers, U. S. Nat'l military home. 
Ind. 4442 

Warriors (The) ; words by Mary 
Brennan Clapp, music by D. Smith. 
Missoula, Associated students' store. 
State university of Montana. 4to. 
© Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 
3148; DeLoss Smith, Missoula, Me. 

4443 

Wave that frame; words and music by 
C. McMichen. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 
3746; Clayton McMichen, Atlanta. 

4444 

Wavelets; by Helen MacGregor; pf. 
© Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; E 
pub. 3768; Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., New York. 4445 

Way (The) the world goes round; 
words and music by W. S. Roddie, 
of Great Britain. London, J. Cur- 
wen & sons, ltd. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] © Feb. 1, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 31; E for. 2572; W. Ste- 
wart Roddie, London. 4446 

Way (The) to do the men nowadays; 
words by E. M. Lyttleton, music by 
Robt. H. Brennen. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; 
E unp. 3354; Eva M. Lyttleton, 
Hartford. 4447 

Wchatza matta Tony ; words and mu- 
sic by P. Martorano. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; 
E unp. 3442 ; Peter Martorano, Gar- 
field, N. J. 4448 

We be three poor mariners ; two pt. 
song, old sailor tune, arr. by Alec . 



Rowley, of Great Britain; treble 
voices. Winthrop Rogers ed. 4to. 
© Jan. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 ; E for. 
2693 ; Hawkes & son (London) ltd., 
London. 4449 

We could be more loving while in good 
old wonderland; words by A. M. 
West, music by E. Elliott. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929; E unp. 3660; Alvin M. West 
and Ernest Elliott, New York. 4450 

We know you'll take good care of 
Lindy ; words by Charles Tobias and 
Al. Lewis, music by Al. Sherman. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 3832: Hughes 
Bailey & co., inc., New York. 4451 

We'll get along; from Well well well, 
lyrics by Max and Nathaniel Lief, 
music by Muriel Pollock. © Feb. 8, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; E pub. 3618; 
Shubert music pub. corp., New York. 

4452 

We'll laugh the clouds away; words 
and music by Billy House [i. e. W. 
House] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 39S4 ; William House, Chicago. 

4453: 

We must all have another ; fox trot, 
words and music by Rex Kerwall 
and Irving King, of Great Britain; 
pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by Harry 
J. Stafford. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Dec. 13, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929 ; E for. 2862 ; Campbell. 
Connelly & co., London. 4454 

Weary of earth ; hymn anthem, words 
by S. J. Stone, music by Firmin 
Swinnen ; mixed voices. 4to. © 
Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; E pub. 
3542; Theodore Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 4455 

Weenie; words and music by C. Smi- 
ley. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; E unp. 
3901; Chas. Smiley, Paris, Tex. 

4456 

Wen ich wolt reich given [and] Shein- 
dele; words by Israel Rosenberg, 
music by S. Secunda. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3592; Samuel Secunda, 
Brooklyn. 4457 

Wenn es irgend geht ; slow-fox, aus 
Das siisse geheimnis, gesangstext 
von Alfred Brieger, musik von Kurt 
Zorlig, of Germany, arr. von Hart- 
wig v. Platen, of Germany ; orch. 
pts., with pf. direction and 1st violin 
direction. 4to. © Dec. IS, 1928; 1 
c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; E for. 2699 ; Musik- 
verlag city, Leipzig. 4458 



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4479 



What an unusual melody : lyrics and 
melody by W. Markowitz. © 1 c. 

Feb. 28. 1921); E imp. 4139; William 
Markowitz, Los Angeles. 4459 

What can I do? words and music by 
H. H. Reynolds. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E 
unp. 3854; Hayden Hamilton Rey- 
nolds, Starkville, Miss. 4460 

What do you want the moonlight for; 
words and music by T. T. Murch. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20. 1929 ; E unp. 3889 ; Thomas 
T. Murch, Hoboken, N. J. 4461 

What does a woman say when when 
she proposes ; words and music by 

A. H. C. Smythe. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1929 ; E 
unp. 3985 : Alexandria H. Campbell- 
Smythe, Cranbrook, B. C. 4462 

What have I done to deserve all this? 
words and music by L. Morris. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1929: E unp. 3991; Lester 
Morris, New York. 4463 

What I need I ain't been gettin' from 
you; lyric by M. Rosumny and B. 

B. Berman, music by M. Rosumny. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3639; 
Max Rosumny and Bobby Burns 
Berman, Los Angeles. 4464 

What is life without you ; ballad, 
words and music by S. A. Preston. 
New York City, Frank Harding. © 
Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; E pub. 
3176 ; Sophie A. Preston, Tacoma. 

4465 

What more? words and music by 
Chuck Thode [i. e. C. Thode] 
[Words and melody only] © 1 e. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3395; Charles 
Thode, San Francisco. 4466 

What's da use; words by Harvey Mac 
Donald Barr, music by H. L. Cle- 
ments. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3446 ; Henry Loren Clements, Brook- 
lyn. 4467 

What's your price; words and music 
by J. C. Johnson and Andy Razaf. 
[Chords, single staff] © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1929 ; E unp. 4126 ; Triangle mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., New York. 4468 

What will it matter ; hymn, words by 
Margaret Preston, music by Knowles 
Shaw, arr. by B. B. McKinney. (In 
Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3746; Robert 
H. Coleman, Dallas. 4469 



When dawn comes stealing; words by 
Anne-Marentze, music by George 
Roberts ; low-med. voice, in C. © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; E pub. 
2085 ; E. Morris music pub. co., inc., 
New York. 4470 

When days begin ; words and music by 
Chick Endor, Harry Steinberg, Ray 
Benson and the Duncan sisters; pf. 
ace, w T ith ukulele arr. by Charles 
Hanley. [Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations] © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
8, 1929 ; E pub. 3476 ; Music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 4471 

When I'm back with you ; words by J. 
Valle and W. Gasser, music by J. 
Valle. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 4111;* 
Jack Valle and Walter Gasser, New 
York. 4472 

When I sail from the North in the 
fall ; words and music by Jack Had- 
land. [Photostat] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; E unp. 4035; Jacob Hadland, 
Petersburg, Alaska. 4473 

When I see you smile ; lyric by Reuben 
Rosten, music by H. J. Klimpl and 
Sam Yaffe. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1928; 
E unp. 3916 ; Harry Joseph Klimpl, 
New Haven. 4474 

When I sing my tender songs ; waltz 
ballad, words and music by W. R. 
Hodgin. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3690; 
Willard Randolph Hodgin, New 
York. 4475 

When it's haying time in Iowa ; words 
by H. M. Scharff, music by Phil 
Starr. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1929; E unp. 3474; 
Hattie M. Scharff, Le Claire, la. 

4476 

When Jesus took me in ; hymn, words 
by Mrs. E. Boone, music by E. Boone. 
© Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; E pub. 
3208 ; Edward Boone, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 4477 

When Rosalinda sings; Italian folk 
tune, words by Lizzie De A_rmond, 
music arr. by Fred K. Huffer ; mixed 
quartette. 4to. © Feb. 18, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 3632; Chart 
music pub. house, inc., Chicago. 

4478 

When shadows fall on Mississippi 
shore ; words and music by E. L. 
Wendel ; with male quartette. © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 3650; 
Emma Louise Wendel, New York. 

4479 



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4480 



pt. in, n. s., v. 24 



When summer comes; by Ernie Bur- 
nett. [Chords, single staff] © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929 ; E unp. 3601 ; Ernest M. 
Burnett, Chicago. 4480 

When the swallows nest again ; fox 
trot, words and music by Reed 
Stampa and Hubert W. David, of 
Great Britain ; pf. ace, with banju- 
lele banjo and ukulele arr. by Keech. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Feb. 5, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; E for. 
2683 ; Worton David, ltd., London. 

4481 

When the work's all done in the fall ; 

words and music by R. O. Mack ; pf . 

ace, with ukulele arr. by Louis 

Fleischer. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
» 16 ; E pub. 3718 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 

co., New York. 4482 

When twilight shadows fall ; words 
and music by K. L. Lanning. 
[Words and melody only], © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3386; Kathryn 
L. Lanning, Washington, N. J. 4483 

When we settle down, we two ; lyric by 
L. Rosenthal, music by Alvin Rosen- 
thal. [Chords, single staff] © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1929 ; E unp. 3671 ; Leonard 
Rosenthal, Brooklyn. 4484 

When will my golden dreams come 
true ; words and music by Gertrude 
Offield ; with banjo ace. by Barney 
Offield. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929 ; E unp. 
3814; Gertrude E. Offield, Seattle. 

4485 

W T hen you meet the one you really 
love too late ; words by Shamrock 
[pseud, of A. Bowness], music by 
David Reed. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; 
E unp. 3755 ; Annie Bowness, Salis- 
bury, Rhodesia, So. Africa. 4486 

Where are you? words by Charles 
Tobias, music by Al Sherman. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; E unp. 3910; De 
Sylva, Brown & Henderson, inc., 
New York. 4487 

Where did you get that name? words 
by Lou Klein, music by Bob Miller ; 
pf. and ukulele ace. © Feb. 8, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; E pub. 3327 ; Skid- 
more music co., inc., New York. 

4488 

Where I may have been before ; words 
by Baron Keyes, music by L. A. 
Ha r lino. [Chords, single staff] © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 3677; 



Leigh Adrean Harline, San Fran- 
cisco. 4489 

Where life and dreams are true ; from 
The silver swan, lyrics by Wm. S. 
Brady, music by H. Maurice Jacquet. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 3840; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 4490 

While I'm dreaming of you dear, are 
you dreaming of somebody else; 
lyrics by P. Lawlor, music by D. 
Lynn. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 3948; 
Doris Lynn and Patricia Lawlor, 
Chicago. 4491 

While I think of you ; part song, 
founded on the Largo from Dvorak's 
symphony, From the new world, 
words by Stella Max, music by 
Henry Bond, of Great Britain; fe- 
male voices. 4to. © Jan. 21, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 2 ; E for. 2531 ; Alfred Leg- 
nick & co., ltd., London. 4492 

Who cares what you have been ; lyric 
by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mar- 
tin Freed. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929; E unp. 
4066; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

4493 

Who do you miss ; words by Charlie 
Garland and Harry Harris, music 
by Fred Rose; pf. ace, with Lee 
Sims pf. solo and ukulele arr. © 
Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; E pub. 
3687 ; Ted Browne music co., inc., 
Chicago. 4494 

Who'll buy my flowers; from the Ital- 
ian, words and music by L. B. Pem- 
berton, arr. by Nellie Vaughn. © 
Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 21; E pub. 
3628; Lovell Bearse Pemberton, Re- 
dondo Beach, Calif. 4495 

Who stayed at home with Mrs. Paul 
Revere, while Paul pulled his mid- 
night ride? words and music anon. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 3645; Herbert 
M. Fant, Sardis, Miss. 4496 

Who threw mush in grandpa's whis- 
kers ; words and music by B. C. 
Gregory. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E unp. 3518; 
Bobby C. Gregory, New York. 4497 

Who will be in love with me? waltz, 
words and music by E. Miller. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1929; E unp. 3666; Ernest 
Miller, Saginaw AVest Side, Mich. 

4498 



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no. 2. 1929 



4519 



Why am I alone with no one to love; 

fox-trot song-, words and music by 
Spencer Williams, Andy Razaf and 
Thomas Waller. © Fob. 18, 1929; 
2 c. Fob. IS : E nub. 3591 : Triangle 
music pub. co., inc., New York. 

4409 

Why do you give your smiles to some- 
one else, and all your tears to me ; 
words and music by Max Kortland- 
er. Pete Wendling and Irving Bibo ; 
pf. ace, with ukulele air. by An- 
thony J. Franchini. © Feb. 5. 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 5 : E pub. 3160 ; Bibo-Lang, 
inc., New York. 4500 

Why do you tease me. yes or no : from 
Well well well, lyric by Max and 
Nathaniel Lief, music by Muriel 
Pollock. © Feb. 8. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
20 : E pub. 3619 : Shubert music pub. 
Corp., New York. 4501 

"Why don't you love me ; words and 
music by E. F. McDonough. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25. 1929 ; E imp. 4011 ; Edward 
Francis McDonough, Chicago. 4502 

Why. just why : words by J. C. Mack. 
jr. and George Albert Ormes, music 
by G. A. Ormes. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1929: E imp. 4129; Joseph C. Mack, 
jr., Toledo, O. 4503 

Why? Oh ! Why, must I pine and miss 
happy days; words and music by 
A. Nastasi. © 1 c. Jan. 23. 1929; 
E unp. 3749 ; Andrew Nastasi, New- 
ark. 4504 

Wie schon sind doch am abend die 
augen einer braut ! walzerlied, text 
von Hermann Frey, musik von 
Walter Kollo. of Germany. © Nov. 
15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; E for. 
2718 : Alrcbi musikverlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin. 4505 

Wild geese blues ; words and music 
by Johnny Louis. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E 
unp. 4010; J. C. Johnson, New York. 

4506 

Wild rose ; words and music by D. 
McCormick. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929; E unp. 
3786; Dell McCormick, Dell Rapids, 
S. D. 4507 

Will I make love to her, oh will I 
make love to her ; words and music 
by G. Scharf. [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 18. 1929; E unp. 
4105 ; Gene Scharf, Union City, N. J. 

4508 

Will you ever care, in the same sweet 
way I care for you ; words and mu- 



sic by V. A. L. Sharp, of Great Brit- 
ain. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 
4033 ; Vernon A. L. Sharp, Washing- 
ton. 4509 

Will you forget? lyrics and music by 
V. A. R. Willrich. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3725; Virginia Adelina Rauni 
Willrich, Houston. 4510 

Window (The) cleaners; words and 
music by Bert Kalmar and Harry 
Ruby ; pf . and ukulele ace. © Feb. 
8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3495 ; 
Harms, inc., New York. 4511 

Windy city wabble ; by Spencer Wil- 
liams; pf. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; E 
unp. 4127; Triangle music pub. co* 
inc., New York. 4512 

Winning aces ; march, by Elizabeth 
Banghart j~i. e. S. E. Banghart] ; pf. 
© Feb. 21, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 25; E 
pub. 3667; Sarah Elizabeth Bang- 
hart, New York. 4513 

Winter winds have chilled our bones ; 
carol, words by Hamish Maclaren, 
music by Kenneth Finlay, of Great 
Britain, tonic solfa tr. by H. J. Tim- 
othy ; male choir or quartette. 4to. 
© Feb. 14, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 15; E 
for. 2741; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 4514 

Wishing (The) well; musical comedy 
in a prologue and two acts by P. 
Gawthorne, music by H. Garstin, of 
Great Britain, domiciled at San 
Francisco. © 1 c. Feb, 7, 1929; D 
imp. 27462; Harold Garstin and 
Peter Gawthorne, San Francisco. 

4515 

With you forever ; words and music 
by K. L. Johnson. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1929 ; E unp. 4049 ; Katherine Louise 
Johnson, Houston. 4516 

Without the one you love; words and 
music by J. A. Osborne. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1929; E unp. 4120; James Andrew 
Osborne, Los Angeles. 4517 

Wonder (The) flower; words and mu- 
sic by H. Swerdloff. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 2766; Herman Swerdloff, 
Seward, Alaska. 4518 

Wonder if you miss me ; words by Lew 
Pollack, music by Paul Renault. © 
1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; E unp. 3968; 
Belwin, inc., New York. 4519 



227 



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4520 



pt. m, n. s„ v. 24 



Wonderful love ; hymn, words and mu- 
sic by M. M. Johnson. © Feb. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; E pub. 3615; 
Monroe M. Johnson, Lynwood, Calif. 

4520 

Wonderful pal of my dreams ; lyric by 
Andrew Joseph Flaherty, music by 
L. A. Donohue. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1929 ; E unp. 3798 ; Louis Augustine 
Donohue, Philadelphia. 4521 

Wonderful pals of mine ; waltz ballad, 
words by M. J. O'Connor, music by 
Vincent Shannon. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E 
unp. 3374 ; Michael Joseph O'Connor, 
Trenton, N. J. 4522 

Wonderful you ; words by V. M. Charl- 
ton, music by David Reed. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1929; E unp. 3754; Viola 
M. Charlton, Ettrick, Va. 4523 

Wond'ring; words and music by W. 
L. MacDonald, of Canada, domiciled 
at Watertown, Mass., arr. by Luther 
A. Clark. © Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23; E pub. 3648; Wilfred L. Mac- 
Donald, Watertown, Mass. 4524 

Won't you be my steady gal ; waltz, 
words and music by A. J. Limata. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 3890; 
Albert J. Limata, New York. 4525 

Woo! my ebony babe; words and mu- 
sic by O. W. Winkfield. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1929 ; E unp. 4130 ; Orange Willis 
Winkfield, Chicago. 4526 

Woodpecker (The) ; by Helen Mac- 
Gregor; pf. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; E pub. 3767; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 4527 

Work in the harvest field ; hymn, 
words and music by E. M. Bartlett. 
© Jan. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; E pub. 
3703; Eugene Monroe Bartlett, 
Hartford, Ark. 4528 

World (The) remains the same; words 
by G. D. Giuseffi, music by Andrew 
S. Dimichino. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3744; Girolamo D. Giuseffi, 
St. Louis. 4529 

World's (The) national anthem; lyric 
and music by Wilfred W. Wilson, of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; E unp. 
3371; Wilfred Wedderburn Wilson, 
New York. 4530 

Worried papa blues: words and music 
by Leulla Miller [i. e. Leuella Mil- 
ler] [Words and melody only] © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3703; | 



State street music pub. co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 4531 

Would God I were the tender apple 
blossom ; Irish melody, words by 
Katherine Tynan Hinkson, music 
arr. by William M. Felton ; mixed 
voices. 4to. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 14; E pub. 3552; Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 4532 

Would you be happy ; words and mu- 
sic by Jimmy Rush and Irving 
Mills; pf. ace, with ukulele arr. by 
M. Kalua. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 11; E pub. 3335; Mills music, 
inc., New York. 4533 

Wrong (The) way to celebrate Xmas 
day; words and music by E. W. 
Clayborn. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; E unp. 3694; 
State street music pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 4534 

Yakima ; words by G. Heimdal, music 
by Sylvester Long Cross. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929; E unp. 3932; Grace 
Heimdal, Yakima, Wash. 4535 

Yang tze whirlpools ; by Albert Seward 
Tenney ; pf . © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 28; E pub. 1951; Schroeder & 
Gunther, inc., New York. 4536 

Yankee baby; an American pastorale, 
words and music by I. Hollister- 
McKee [i. e. I. Hollister-McKee 
Bloch] 4to. [Melody only] © 
Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 
3389; Isabelle Hollister McKee 
Bloch, Chicago. 4537 

Yazoo (The) train on the Arkansaw 
line; novelty song, words and music 
by W. R. Hodgin. [Words and mel- 
ody only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; E 
unp. 3513; Willard Randolph Hod- 
gin, New York. 4538 

Years ; unison song, poem by Herman 
Ould, music by U. Greville, of Great 
Britain. London, J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] © Feb. 1. 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31; E for. 2571; Ursula Gre- 
ville, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, Eng- 
land. 4539 

Yellow lily, my passion flower ; song 
fox trot, words and music by Ron 
Roland and Russel Gee, both of 
Great Britain; pf. ace, with ban- 
julele banjo and ukulele arr. by 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
7; E for. 2681; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 4540 



228 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1929 



4562 



Yes INdeed ! written and composed by 
Billy Milton and Clifford Seyler, 
both of Great Britain : pf. ace., with 
banjulele banjo and ukulele arr. by 
Keech. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] © Dec. 28. 1928: 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1929 ; E for. 2657 ; Music pub. co., 
ltd.. London. 4541 

Yes. you may call me sweetheart; 
waltz sons:, words and music by J. 
E. Gaskell. © 1 c. Feb. 12. 1929 ; E 
unp. 3672 ; John Edwin Gaskell, 
Houston. 4542 

Yias t'adelfi oh ti kefaki; composer 
anon., words, transcription and arr. 
by Tetos Demetriades. of Turkey, 
domiciled at New York. [Words 
and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. S, 
1929 : E unp. 3557 ; Tetos music 
store. New York. 4543 

You ; fox-trot song, words and music 
by Joe Bennett and Harry Linden. 
© Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; E pub. 
3227 : Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

4544 

You ; words and music by Buddy 
Valentine. Al Hoffman and Irving 
Mills : pf. and ukulele ace. © Jan. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 3352 ; 
Gotham music service, inc., New 
York. 4545 

You and I are in love, just you and I ; 
words and music by L. G. Coombs. 
[Blue-print] © 1 c. Feb. 14. 1929; 
E unp. 3720: Laforest Gilbert 
Coombs, Bath, Me. 4546 

You are the captain of my ship of 
love: words by D. Fox. music by 
Joe Rinaldo. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929 ; 
E unp. 3675 ; Dave Fox, Union City, 
N. J. 4547 

You can know Him now ; hymn, words 
and music by A. H. Ackley. (In 
Revival songs) © Jan. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11; E pub. 3754; Robert 
Henry Coleman, Dallas. 4548 

You could have had me — when you had 
me, but now I can't be had ; words 
and music by Larry Fish, jr. [i. e. 
L. C. Fish, jr.] [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; E unp. 
3590 ; Lawrence C. Fish, jr., Brook- 
lyn. 4549 

You don't have to worry any more ; 
words and music by W. J. Johnstone. 
© Feb. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1 c. Feb. 
15; E pub. 3622; William Joseph 
Johnstone, Salt Lake City. 4550 

You don't mean me no good; words 
and music by Leroy Carr. [Words 



and melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 : E unp. 3693 ; State street mu- 
sic pub. co., inc., Chicago. 4551 

You fooled me ; words by Angelo M. Di 
Orio, music by Anthony M. Di Orio. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Jan. 30. 1929; E unp. 3412; Amrelo 
M. Di Orio, Brooklyn. 4552 

You, in that old wedding dress ; words 
by Ellis T. Flynn, music by H. B. 
Snelling. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929; E 
unp. 3917; Hallie B. Snelling, Pu- 
eblo, Col. 4553 

You'll come back and say; melody by 
T. Raph and Al King. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1929; E unp. 3959; Theodore 
Raph, Brooklyn. 4554 

You'll really miss me.; w T ords and mu- 
sic by H. J. Fisher. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929 ; E unp. 4038 ; Harry J. Fisher, 
Chicago. 4555 

You'll recognize my baby; words by 
Ned Miller and Gabriel Jacoby, mu- 
sic by Chester Cohn. [Words and 
melody only] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; 
E imp. 3834; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 4556 

You made me believe you cared ; w T ords 
by J. Kelly, music by D. R. Murphy. 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; E unp. 4007; 
Joseph Kelly, Charlestown, Mass., 
and Daniel Robert Murphy, South 
Boston. 4557 

You made me what I am to-day ; words 
and music by L. A. Langston. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929 ; E unp. 3385 ; Lee Anna 
Langston, Galveston, Tex. 4558 

You're going to leave the old home Jim ; 
words and music by Lulu Jackson. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929; E unp, 3697; State 
street music pub. co., inc., Chicago. 

4559 

You're just the girl; lyrics and music 
by S. Wienshienk. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929; E unp. 4015; Sylvia Wien- 
shienk, Kansas City, Mo. 4560 

You're perfect; from Lady fingers, 
words by Edward Eliscu, music by 
Joseph Meyer; pf. and ukulele ace. 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; E pub. 
3496 ; Harms, inc., New York. 4561 

You're the one and only one I love; 
fox trot, words by Frank Arnett, 
music by Al Hahn [i. e. A. O. Hahn] ; 
pf. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; E unp. 
3734; Albert O. Hahn, St. Louis. 

4562 



42049—29 7 



229 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTFvIES 



4563 



pt. in, n. s,, v. 24 



You're the only one for me ; theme song 
of The flying fleet, lyric by Raymond 
Klages, melody by William Axt and 
David Mendoza ; pf. ace, with uku- 
lele arr. by Hank Linet. © Feb. 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; E pub. 3145 ; Rob- 
bins music corp., New York. 4563 

You're the words and music of my 
heart ; words and music by Charlotte 
Kent [pseud, of C. Hochman] © 1 
c. Feb. 4, 1929; E unp. 3411; Char- 
lotte Hochman, New York, 4564 

You stole my heart away; words by 
Ballard Macdonald. music by Peter 
De Rose. © Feb. 7, 1929; 2^c Feb. 
8 ; E pub. 3279 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 4565 

You've got me goin' ; words and music 
by B. Yancey.- [Words and melody 
only] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; E unp. 
3881 ; Beryl Yancey, Cohasset, Minn. 

4566 

You were made to love, dear; words 
and music by H. J. Rowden. [Pho- 
tostat] © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1929 ; E unp. 
3864; Harold J. Rowden, Los An- 
geles. 4567 

You were meant for me ; from Broad- 
way melody, lyric by Arthur Freed, 
music by Nacio Herb Brown; pf. 
ace, with ukulele arr. by Hank 
Linet [pseud, of Henry A. Linet] © 
Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; E pub. 
3156; Bobbins music Corp., New 
York. 4568 

You, you, you ; words and music by L. 
Red Hawk and J. Macario, jr. © 1 
c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 3977 ; Leon- 
ard Hawk and Joe Macario, jr., 
Honolulu. 4569 

Young (The) harpist; by B. Percy 
James; pf. Boston-New York. Evans 
music co. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 



Feb. 23; E pub. 3663; M. T. Evans, 
Boston. 4570 

Your Lord and my Lord ; negro spirit- 
ual or men's cho., words and music 
by C. H. Snyder. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1929; E unp. 3829; Cora Haldeman 
Snyder, Harrisburg, Pa. 4571 

Your royal highness; or, The boojum 
of Bagore, comic operetta in two 
acts, written and composed by 
Arthur A. Penn. 4to. © Jan. 14, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; D pub. 27453; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 4572 

Your way is my way, any way you go ; 
lyrics by Charles Tobias and Al 
Lewis, music by Al Sherman. 
[Words and melody only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929; E unp. 4134; De Sylva, 
Brown & Henderson, inc., New York. 

4573 

Youth ; words by Robert Wever, music 
by Peter Warlock [pseud, of Philip 
Heseltine], of Great Britain; low 
or med. voice. © Feb. 8, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9 ; E for. 2738 ; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 4574 

Zee Zee ; theme song from Easy for 
Zee Zee, lyric by S. Goldtree, music 
by Billy Dixon Montgomery [i. e. 
William D. Montgomery] © Feb. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; E pub. 3586 ; 
Sidney Goldtree, San Francisco. 

4575 

Zgubita wianeczek dziewczy na z lub- 
lina ; by Joseph Kapalka. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929; E unp. 3783; Inter- 
national music pub. co.. Chicago. 

4576 

2ftme sona t e j en Y q majeur, pour violon 
et pf., par G. Sporck, of France. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; E 
for. 2435; Georges Sporck, Paris. 

4577 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1929 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 13 unpublished) 43 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 1,658 unpublished) 4,534 



Total 4,577 



230 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [4577] 



According to the word of the Lord ; 
words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck, 
music by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund 
S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the author 
of the music. R 1800, Jan. 24, 
1929. 1 

Adonis ; poeme symphonique en trois 
parties, par Theodore Dubois ; re- 
duction pour pf., 4 mains. 1. La 
mort d Adonis. [2 others] © 
Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the deceased author. 
R 1912, Jan. 3, 1929. 2 

Album of transcriptions : 24 pieces se- 
lected, ed., and fingered by L. 
Oesterle; pf., 4 hands. © Louis 
Oesterle, New York, as the author 
of the editing. R 1506, Dec. 27, 
1928. 3 

All in all ; anthem, words by C. Ar- 
mand Miller, music by William Dres- 
sier ; alto solo and quartet, organ 
ace. © Louis R. Dressier, Jersey 
City, as the child of the deceased 
author of the music. R 1766, Jan. 
25, 1929. 4 

Allegro vivace ; par L. Masson ; flute et 
pf. © Louis Masson, Paris, as the 
author. R 1965, Jan. 3, 1929. 5 

Alone with Thee; words by Robert F. 
Gordon, music by E. H. Bailey ; high 
voice, in E flat. © Eben H. Bailey, 
Ipswich, Mass., as the author of the 
music. R 1994, Jan. 19, 1929. 6 

Altogether lovely ; words by W. C. 
Martin, music by M. L. McPhail. © 
M. L. McPhail, Park Ridge, 111., as 
the author of the music. R 1807, 
Jan. 24, 1929. 7 

Always abounding; words by Kate Ul- 
mer, music by M. L. McPhail. © 
M. L. McPhail, Park Ridge, 111., as 
the author of the music. R 1805, 
Jan. 24, 1929. 8 

Ambitious mosquito ; words by J. C. 
Harvey, music by J. L. Golden. © 
J. Clarence Harvey, Toronto, Canada, 
as the author of the words, and 
John L. Golden, New York, as the 
author of the music. R 1737, Jan. 
23, 1929. 9 



America, our fatherland ; national 
song, words by Robert F. Gordon, 
music by E. H. Bailey ; mixed voices. 
© Eben H. Bailey, Ipswich, Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 1987, 
Jan. 19, 1929. 10 

Andante and scherzo capriccioso ; by 
Ferdinand David, op. 16, ed. and 
fingered by Henry Schradieck, bio- 
graphical sketch by Richard Aldrich ; 
violin and pf. © J. Alice Schra- 
dieck, Brooklyn, as the widow of the 
author of the editing and fingering. 
R 1499, Dec. 27, 1928. 11 

Ante (An) bellum sermon; words by 
Paul Laurence Dunbar, music by 
H. T. Burleigh. © Harry T. Bur- 
leigh, New York, as the author of the 
music. R 1744, Jan. 9, 1929. 12 

April showers ; spring song, text by 
Ida L. Reed, music by E. S. Lorenz. 
© Edmund S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., 
as the author of the music. R 1791, 
Dec. 15, 1928. 13 

Arbutus ; by C. Dennee, op. 30, no. 2 ; 
pf. © Charles Dennee, Brookline, 
Mass., as the author. R 1682, Jan. 
17, 1929. 14 

Are you living for the Lord ; words by 
Mrs. Frank A. Breck, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the music. 
R 1799, Jan. 24, 1929. 15 

Around the campfire ; by C. Dennee, 
op. 30, no. 9 ; pf . © Charles Dennee, 
Brookline, Mass., as the author. R 
1689, Jan. 17, 1929. 16 

As it began to dawn ; Easter anthem, 
music by W. R. Spence ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. © William R. Spence, 
Perth, Ontario, Canada, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1760', Jan. 25, 
1929. 17 

As it began to dawn ; Easter solo and 
cho., music by E. L. Ashford. © 
Emma L. Ashford, Nashville, as the 
author of the music. R 1772, Dec. 
19, 1928. 18 

Ashford (Emma L.) Introduction; 
organ prelude. © Emma L. Ash- 
ford, Nashville, as the author. R 
1780, Dec. 19, 1928. 19 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



4577 (20) 



pt. in, n. s,, v. 24 



At heaven's gate; solo and quartet, 
words by Alice Jean Cleator, music 
by A. Geibel. © Adam Geibel, Phil- 
adelphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1875, Feb. 1, 1929. 20 

At the circus ; polka, by J. S. Fearis ; 
pf. © John S. Fearis, Chicago, as 
the author. R 1650, Jan. 3, 1929. 21 

Awake thou that sleepest; Easter an- 
them, music by P. A. Schnecker ; or- 
gan ace. © Louise W. Schnecker, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor of the music. R 1767, Jan. 25, 
1929. 22 

Awaken ye! Easter anthem, words 
by A. Wetherell Draper, music by 
L. R. Lewis; mixed voices, organ 
ace. © Leo R. Lewis, Tufts College, 
Mass., as the author of the music. 
R 1768, Jan. 25, 1929. 23 

Baby-eyes ; words by H. Boulton, mu- 
sic by H. Lohr. (In A garland of 
song) © Harold Boulton, London, 
as the author of the words and Her- 
mann Lohr, London, as the author 
of the music. R 1473, Nov. 10, 1928. 

24 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Gavotte in 
E major ; transcribed by C. Saint- 
Saens, ed. by A. Foote. © Arthur 
Foote, Newton Centre, Mass., as the 
author of the editing. R 1433, Jan. 
15, 1929. 25 

Bapteme (Le) de Clovis ; par Theo- 
dore Dubois ; orch. © Charles An- 
toine Dubois, Paris, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 1975, Jan. 
3, 1929. 26 

Be ' glad, O ye righteous ; anthem, 
words from Psalm 32, music by G. 
A. Burdett ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
© George A. Burdett, Newton Cen- 
ter, Mass., as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1752, Jan. 25, 1929. 27 

Be Thou exalted ; words by Fanny J. 
Crosby, music by J. S. Fearis. © 
John S. Fearis, Chicago, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1826, Jan. 24, 
1929. 28 

Beautiful (The) after-time; words by 
Jennie Wilson, music by J. H. Ten- 
ney. © Alice P. Tenney, Ipswich, 
Mass., as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1823, Jan. 25, 1929. 

29 

Bella Napoli; fete napolitaine. par 
Paul Wachs; pf. © Blanche Marie 
Pauline Simone Lemarchand, St. 
Mande, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1967, Jan. 3, 1929. 30 



Blessed is the man ; anthem, from 
Psalm 1. music by C. C. Stearns; 
mixed voices. © Florence B. Condy, 
Boston, as the executor of the au- 



thor. R 1998, Jan. 19, 1929. 



31 



Blessed word of the Lord ; words and 
music by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund 
S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the author 
of the music. R 1812, Jan. 25, 1929. ' 

32 

Blissful name ; duet, words by Anne 
Steele, music by Chas. M. Davis; 
sop. and alto. © Kate Davis Crap- 
ser, Monterey Park, Calif., as the 
next of kin of the author of the mu- 
sic, who is not living. R 1787, Jan. 
24, 1929. 33 

Blue eyes and brown ; words by Myrtle 
Reed, music by H. P. Hopkins, op. 
14, no. 1. © Harry Patterson Hop- 
kins, Baltimore, as the author of 
the music. R 1533, Dec. 27, 1928. 

34 

Boy blue; operetta, words by Alice E. 
Allen, music by Thomas G. Shepard. 
© Collins Shepard Bell, Mt. Carmel, 
111., as the next of kin of the author 
of the music. R 1491, Dec. 27, 1928. 

35 

Break, break, break ; poem by Tenny- 
son, set to music by S. Homer ; 
mezzo-sop. or bar. © Sidney Ho- 
mer. Bolton, N. Y., as the author of 
the music. R 1715, Jan. 25, 1929. 

36 

Brightest (The) spot on earth; song, 
music by J. P. Ludebuehl. © Jo- 
seph P. Ludebuehl, Chattanooga, as 
the author of the music. R 1617, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 37 

Brockway (Howard) Etude; op. 26, 
no. 2; pf. © Howard Brockway, 
New York, as the author. R 1518, 
Oct. 8, 1928. 38 

Idyl; op. 26, no. 1; pf. © How- 
ard Brockway, New York, as the 
author. R 1517, Oct. 8, 1928. 39 

Scherzo ; op. 26, no. 3 ; pf . © 

Howard Brockway, New York, as 
the author. R 1519, Oct. 8, 1928. 

40 

Brook (The) that ran into the sea; 
by N. E. Swift, op. 10, no. 1 ; pf . © 
Newton E. Swift, New York, as the 



author. R 1573, Jan. 23, 1929. 



41 



Burlesca ; by C. Gurlitt, op. 163, no. 7, 
ed. and fingered by L. Oesterle ; pf., 
4 hands ; in B flat. © Louis Oes- 
terle, New York, as the author of 
the editing and fingering. R 1482, 
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Burro (A) ride; by C. Dennee, op. 30, 
no. 7 ; pf. © Charles Dennee, 
Brookline, Mass.. as the author. R 
1687, Jan. 17, 1929. 43 

By my Father's hand ; words by John- 
son Oatman, jr., music by J. H. 
Tenney. © Alice P. Tenney, Ips- 
wich, Mass., as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1824, Jan. 
25, 1929. 44 

By the rippling Schuylkill's shore ; 

words by Frederick William Vander- 
sloot, music by A. L. Fischer. © 
F. W. Vandiersloot, William-sport, 
Pa., as the author of the words. 
R 1904, Jan. 8, 1929. 45 

Cardinal (The) flower; pt. song, poem 
by Arlo Bates, music by A. Foote, 
op. 49, no. 6 ; women's voices. © 
Arthur Foote, Newton Center. Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 
1695, Jan. 17, 1929. 46 

Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie) 
Au firmament ; poesie de Paul Marie- 
ton, musique de Cecile Chaminade; 
no. 1 en mi, pour ten. ou sop. © 
Cecile Louise Stephanie Chaminade, 
veuve Carbonel, Tamaris-sur-mer, 
Var, France, as the author of the 
music. R 351, Jan. 24, 1929. 47 

Ton Sourire ; poesie de R. Ni- 

verd, musique de Cecile Chaminade ; 
no. 1 en fa min., pour ten. ou sop. 
© Cecile Louise Stephanie Chami- 
nade, veuve Carbonel, Tamaris-sur- 
mer, Var, France, as the author of 
the music. R 352, Jan. 24, 1929. 48 

Chanson a danser, 1613 ; harmonisee 
par A. Perilhou ; pf. (c) Albert Per- 
ilhou, Tain. Drome. France, as the 
author. R 1970, Jan. 3. 1929. 49 

Chant du soir ; by F. Borowski ; pf. 
© Felix Borowski, Chicago, as the 
author. R 1611, Jan. 3. 1929. 50 

Children's anthem ; by Mrs. Crosby 
Adams : pf . © Juliette Graves Ad- 
ams, i. e. Mrs. Crosby Adams, Mon- 
treal N. C, as the author. R 1662, 
Dec. 28, 1928. 51 

Christ is risen ; Easter carol, words by 
Margaret E. Lacey, music by L. R. 
Dressier. © Louis R. Dressier, Jer- 
sey City, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1763, Jan. 25, 1929. 52 

Christ is risen from the dead; Easter 
anthem, music by J. H. Rogers ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © James 
H. Rogers, Cleveland, as the author 
of the music. R 1761, Jan. 25, 1929. 

53 



Christ is risen to-day ; Easter cho., 
music by E. L. Ashford; quartet and 
cho. © Emma L. Ashford, Nash- 
ville, as the author of the music. 
R 1771, Dec. 19, 192S. 54 

Christ our passover ; Easter solo and 
cho., music by E. L. Ashford. © 
Emma L. Ashford, Nashville, as the 
author of the music. R 1782, Dec. 
19, 1928. 55 

Christmas morn hath dawned again ; 
song, music by A. Wooler ; high 
voice. © Alfred W^ooler, Buffalo, as 
the author of the music. R 1596, 
Jan. 3. 1929. 56 

City (The) child; poem by Tennyson, 
set to music by S. Homer ; mezzo- 
sop, or bar. © Sidney Homer, Bol- 
ton, N. Y.. as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1720, Jan. 25, 1929. 57 

Close beside my Saviour; words by 
Ida Scott Taylor, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the music. 
R 1802, Jan. 25, 1929. 58 

Columbine (The) ; pt. song, poem by 
Arlo Bates, music by A. Foote, op. 
49, no. 5; women's voices. © Ar- 
thur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 1694, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 59 

Come, see the empty bed; Easter solo 
and cho., words and music by C. H. 
Gabriel. © Chas. H. Gabriel, Berke- 
ley, Calif., as the author. R 1784, 
Dec. 19, 1928. 60 

Come to the feast ; words by Jennie 
Ree, music by C. H. Gabriel. © 
Charles H. Gabriel, Berkeley, Calif., 
as the author of the music. R 1816, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 61 

Commodore (The) ; polka, by W. Paris 
Chambers ; orch. © Evelyn E. 
Chambers, Los Angeles, as the 
widow of the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1457, Oct. 17, 1928. 62 

Constant devotion ; by A. Geibel ; pf . 
© Adam Geibel, Philadelphia, as the 
author. R 1613, Jan. 3, 1929. 63 

Coryphee (La) ; par C. W. Krogmann, 
op. 53; pf. © Carrie Williams 
Krogmann, Marblehead, Mass., as 
the author. R 1858, Feb. 5, 1929. 

64 

Crescent queen; march, by F. H. Lo- 
sey; band. © Frank Hoyt Losey, 
Erie, Pa., as the author. R 1870, 
Jan. 30, 1929. 65 



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Crocus (The) ; pt. song, poem by Arlo 
Bates, music by A. Foote, op. 49, no. 
2 ; women's voices. © Arthur Foote, 
Newton Center. Mass., as the author 
of the music. R 1691, Jan. 17, 1929. 

66 

Cross (The) our ensign; words by E. 
A. Hoffman, music by Arthur W. 
Nelson. © Flora Nelson Barry, 
Central Lake, Mich., as the next of 
kin of the author of the music, who 
is not living. R 1828, Jan. 25, 1929. 

67 

Crossing the bar ; poem by Tennyson, 
set to music by S. Homer; mezzo- 
sop, or bar. © Sidney Homer, Bol- 
ton, N. Y., as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1716, Jan. 25. 1929. 68 

Crossing the ferry; by E. M. Read; 
pf. © Edward M. Read, St. Louis, 
as the author. R 1630. Jan. 3. 1929. 

69 

Cup (A) of cold water ; words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by Arthur W. Nel- 
son. © Flora Nelson Barry, Central 
Lake, Mich., as the next of kin of 
the author of the music, who is not 
living. R 1829, Jan. 25, 1929. 70 

Cupid and the maiden ; music by E. R. 
Kroeger ; med. voice. © E. R. Kroe- 
ger, St. Louis, as the author of the 
music. R 1591, Jan. 3, 1929. 71 

Cupid might have been a little coon; 
from The explorers, lyrics by Bert 
Leston Taylor, music by W. H. 
Lewis. © Walter H. Lewis, Man- 
chester, N. H., as the author of the 
music. R 1526, Dec. 27, 1928. 72 

Cupids garden ; intermezzo, by Max 
C. Eugene [pseud, of Max Dreyfus] 
© Max Dreyfus, New York, as the 
author. R 1981, Jan. 16, 1929. 73 

Cupid's pranks ; waltzes, by C. H. Kueb- 
ler; pf. © Charles H. Kuebler, 
Mauch Chunk, Pa., as the author. 
R 1606, Jan. 3, 1929. 74 

Dance of the gnomes ; by C. Dennee, 
op. 30, no. 8; pf. © Charles Den- 
nee, Brookline. Mass., as the author. 
R 1688, Jan. 17, 1929. 75 

Dancing gnomes ; by Geza Horvath, 
op. 46, no. 4 ; pf. © Thusnelda Hor- 
vath, Vienna, as the widow of the 
author. R 1636, Jan. 3, 1929. 76 

Dancing (The) lesson ; by F. A. Frank- 
lin; pf. © Frederic' A. Franklin, 
Fredericksburg. Va., as the author. 
R 1592, Jan. 3, 1929. 77 



Danse militaire; by H. Engelmann, 
op. 491; pf. © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, Burholme, Pa., as the widow 
of the author. R 1603, Jan. 3, 1929. 

78 

Danube (The) sprite; by Geza Hor- 
vath, op. 46, no. 5 ; pf. © Thusnelda 
Horvath, Vienna, as the widow of 
the author. R 1637, Jan. 3, 1929. 

79 

Day dreams ; by H. Engelmann, op. 
487, no. 1 ; pf . © Marie C. Engel- 
mann, Burholme, Pa., as the widow 
of the author. R 1624, Jan. 3, 1929. 

80 

Daybreak ; words by H. Boulton, mu- 
sic by H. Lohr. (In A garland of 
song) © Harold Boulton, London, 
as the author of the words and 
Hermann Lohr, London, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1471, Nov. 10, 

1928. 81 

De black-bird an' de crow; words by 
R. E. Phillips, music by H. T. Bur- 
leigh. © Harry T. Burleigh, New 
York, as the author of the music. 
R 1741, Jan. 9, 1929. 82 

Dear dreams ; words by Frank Dupree, 
music by H. S. Krouse. © H. Syl- 
vester Krouse, New York, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1415, Jan. 4, 

1929. 83 

Deuxieme suite ; sur des pieces choisies 
de Th. Dubois, transcrite pour deux 
pfs., par I. Philipp. 1. Entree. [3 
others] © Isidore Philipp, Paris, 
as the author of the transcription. 
R 1962, Jan. 3, 1929. 84 

Diamond medal ; march and two-step, 
by H. Engelmann, op. 523; pf. © 
Marie C. Engelmann, Burholme, 
Pa., as the widow of the author. R 
1647, Jan. 3, 1929. 85 

Do your best ; words by Mrs. M. M. 
Newton, music by E. S. Lorenz. © 
Edmund S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as 
the author of the music. R 1811, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 86 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Lucia : sextette, 
transcription by E. V. Mclntyre; pf. 
© Edwin Vaile Mclntyre, Oklahoma 
City,' Okl.. as the author of the 
transcription. R 1703. Jan. 26, 1929. 

87 

Donkey (The) ride; by N. E. Swift, 
op. 10. no. 2 ; pf . © Newton E. Swift, 
New York, as the author. R 1574, 
Jan. 23, 1929. 88 



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Don't forget the union label ; words 
and nmsiciby T. H. West. © Thomas 
H. West, Kansas City, Mo., as the 
author. R 1436, Nov. 26, 1928. 89 

Dragon flies; by Homer N. Bartlett, 
op. 193, no. 2; pf. © John B. C. 
Bartlett, New York, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 1512, Dec. 
15, 1928. 90 

Dreaming in the trenches ; word- by 
Ed. Gardenier, music by H. W. Arm- 
strong, arr. by S. Gibson Cook. © 
Henry W. Armstrong, New York, as 
the author of the music. R 1859, 
Feb. 5, 1929. 91 

Easter dawn : Easter cantata, text 
arr. and music composed by E. L. 
Ashford. © Emma L. Ashford, 
Nashville, as the author. R 1779, 
Dec. 19, 192S. 92 

Easter dawn ; sacred song for Easter, 
by G. C. Stock. 1. Sop. or ten., in 
A flat. — 2. Alto or bass, in F. © 
Geo. Chadwick Stock, New Haven, 
as the author of the music. R 1698, 
Jan. 9, 1929. 93 

Easter eve and morn ; cantata, by 
Frederick Stevenson ; soli, cho. and 
organ. © Houseley Stevenson, Los 
Angeles, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 1758, Jan. 25, 1929. 94 

Easter treasury, no. 6; collection of 
recitations, exercises, etc., ed. by 
E. S. Lorenz. © E. S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the editing. 
R 1793, Dec. 19, 1928. 95 

Elizabeth's reply ; vocal solo, music by 
W. W. Shaw. © W. Warren Shaw, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1638, Jan. 3, 1929. 96 

Enid's song ; poem by Tennyson, set to 
music by S. Homer ; mezzo-sop. or 
bar. © Sidney Homer, Bolton, N. Y., 
as the author of the music. R 1722, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 97 

Enough for all ; words by Mrs. Frank 
A. Breck. music by J. H. Tenney. 
© Alice P. Tenney, Ipswich, Mass., 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1825, Jan. 25, 1929. 98 

Escamillo ; Spanish dance, by H. En- 
gelmann, op. 455. 1. Pf. — 2. Pf., 4 
hands. © Marie C. Engelmann, Bur- 
holme, Pa., as the widow of the 
author. R 1642. 1645. Jan. 3. 1929. 

99, 100 

Esquisse; par Theodore Dubois; vio- 
loncelle solo, avec ace. de petit orch. 



© Charles Antoine Dubois, Paris, as 
the child of the deceased author. R 
1969, Jan. 3, 1929. 101 

Etude de style ; by H. Ravina, op. 14, 
no. 1, ed. by Ferdinand Meyer 
[pseud, of A. Foote] ; pf. © Arthur 
Foote, Newton Center, Mass., as the 
author of the editing. R 1680, Jan. 
17, 1929. 102 

Evening song ; by C. W. Krogmann, op. 
15, arr. by C. Griin [pseud, of Chas. 
W. Greene] ; violin and pf. © C. W. 
Greene, Franklin, N. H., as the child 
of the deceased author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1733, Jan. 8, 1929. 

103 

Evermore and evermore ; sacred song, 
words from Prudentius, music by 
J. L. Browne ; low voice, with violin 
and 'cello ad lib. © J. Lewis 
Browne, Chicago, as the author of 
the music. R 1463, Dec. 8, 1928. 

104 

Explorers (The) ; selection, from Tay- 
lor and Lewis' musical comedy, arr. 
by H. Anderson ; pf. © Hilding An- 
derson, Bayside, L. I., N. Y., as the 
author of the arrangement. R 1979, 
Jan. 30, 1929. 105 

Eyes of blue, eyes of brown ; written 
by B. C. Costen and A. B. Sterling. 
© Bartley Costello Costen and An- 
drew B. Sterling, New York, as the 
authors. R 1980', Jan. 16, 1929. 106 

Fairy (The) ring; by Mrs. Crosby 
Adams ; pf . © Juliette Graves Ad- 
ams, i. e. Mrs. Crosby Adams, Mon- 
treat. N. C, as the author. R 1661, 
Dec. 28, 1928. 107 

Fallen asleep; funeral hymn, words by 
M. E. Servoss, music by A. Geibel ; 
mixed voices. © Adam Geibel, Phil- 
adelphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1985, Dec. 26, 1928. 108 

Farfalletta; by E. F. Marks; pf. © 
Eugene F. Marks, Augusta, Ga., as 
the author. R 1601, Jan. 3, 1929. 

109 

Fear not, O ye righteous; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by J. S. 
Fearis. © John S. Fearis, Chicago, 
as the author of the music. R 1827, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 110 

Fear not ye ; Easter quartet, music by 
E. L. Ashford. © Emma L. Ash- 
ford, Nashville, as the author of the 
music. R 1774, Dec. 19, 1928. Ill 



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Fear thou not ; anthem, words from 
Isaiah 41, music by A. Frey; organ 
ace. © Adolf Frey, Syracuse, N. Y., 
as the author of the music. R 1755, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 112 

Fete (La) des vignerons ; scene cham- 
petre, par Paul Wachs ; pf. © 
Blanche Marie Pauline Simone Le- 
marchand, St. Mande, France, as the 
widow of the author. R 1971, Jan. 
3, 1929. 113 

Feuilles (Les) du matin ; valse-caprice 
sur des motifs de Johann Strauss, 
par I. Philipp, transcrite a 2 pfs. 
par A. Reitlinger. © Arnold Reit- 
linger, Neuilly sur Seine, France, as 
the author of the transcription. R 
1977, Jan. 3, 1929. 114 

Find the work waiting for you ; words 
by Lanta Wilson Smith, music by 
E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, 
Dayton, O., as the author of the 
music. R 1815, Jan. 25, 1929. 115 

Flute (La) et le luth ; par A. Perilhou ; 
pf. © Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author. R 1974, Jan. 
3, 1929. 116 

Folia (La) ; by Arcangelo Corelli, vari- 
ations for violin, ace. of pf . and ca- 
denza by H. Leonard, ed. and fin- 
gered by L. Lichtenberg, biographi- 
cal sketch by Richard Aldrich. © 
Leopold Lichtenberg, New York, as 
the author of the editing and finger- 
ing. R 1500, Dec. 27, 1928. 117 

Foolish (The) little maiden; words 
arr. and music by Carlos Troyer. © 
Florence Edna Cox, Los Angeles, as 
the child of the deceased author of 
the music. R 1639, Jan. 3, 1929. 

118 

Forest sounds; by C. Dennee, op. 30. 
no. 5 ; pf . © Charles Dennee, 
Brookline, Mass., as the author. R 
1685, Jan. 17, 1929. 119 

Forth to the fight ; sacred song, music 
by L. O. Emerson. © Mabel H. 
Emerson, Arlington. Mass., as the 
child of the deceased author of the 
music. R 1830, Jan. 25, 1929. 120 

Four (The) seasons; words by Austin 
Dobson, music by Ethelbert Nevin ; 
mixed voices. © Anne Paul Nevin, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor of the music. R 1460, Dec. 8, 
1928. 121 

Foxglove (The) ; pt. song, poem by 
Arlo Bates, music by A. Foote, op. 
49, no. 3 ; women's voices. © Arthur 
Foote, Newton Center, Mass., as the 



author of the music. R 1692, Jan. 
17, 1929. 122 

Franco-russe (La) ; nouvelle berline, 
de Jean Strauss. © Adele Deutsch, 
Vienna, as the widow of the author. 
R 1939, Jan. 3, 1929. 123 

French marine ashore ; from The ex- 
plorers, lyrics by Bert Leston Tay- 
lor, music by W. H. Lewis. © 
Walter H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H., 
as the author of the music. R 1531, 
Dec. 27, 1928. 124 

Gade (Niels W.) Sonata; op. 6, ed. 
and fingered by L. Lichtenberg, bio- 
graphical sketch by Th. Baker ; vio- 
lin and pf., in A major. © Leopold 
Lichtenberg, New York, as the au- 
thor of the editing and fingering. R 
1497, Dec. 27, 1928. 125 

Sonata ; op. 21, ed. and fingered by 

L. Lichtenberg ; violin and pf ., in D 
minor. © Leopold Lichtenberg, 
New York, as the author of the 
editing and fingering. R 1498, Dec. 
27, 1928. 126 

Gavotte in D minor ; by C. C. Stearns ; 
violin and pf. © Florence B. Condy, 
Boston, as the executor of the au- 
thor. R 2000, Jan. 19, 1929. 127 

Gipsy dance ; by G. W. Hunt, op. 8 ; pf., 
4 hands. © George W. Hunt, Erie, 
Pa., as the author. R 1620, Jan. 3, 
1929. 128 

Girl (The) I loved and lost; words by 
Will D. Cobb, music by G. Edwards. 
© Gus Edwards, New York, as the 
author of the music. R 1657, Jan. 
11, 1929. 129 

Glorious Apollo ; words by H. Boulton, 
music by H. Lohr. (In A garland of 
song) © Harold Boulton, London, 
as the author of the words and Her- 
mann Lohr. London, as the author of 
the music. R 1474, Nov. 10. 1928. 

130 

Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) Le 
cavalier fantastique; by Benj. Go- 
dard, op. 42, no. 1, ed. by Ferdinand 
Meyer [pseud, of A. Foote] ; pf. © 
Arthur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., 
as the author of the editing. R 1866, 
July 21, 1928. 131 

O Lord, Thou art my strength; 

anthem, arr. by P. A. Schnecker ; 
organ ace. © Louise W. Schnecker, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor of the arrangement. R 1753, 
Jan. 25. 1929. 132 



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God's Easter bells; Easter anthem, 
words by R. Freitag, music by E. S. 
Lorenz ; women's voices. © Ed- 
mund S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the 
author of the music. R 1788, Jan. 
24, 1929. 133 

God's mighty army; words by H. J. 
Zelley, music by M. L. McPhail. © 
M. L. McPhail, Park Ridge, 111., as 
the author of the music. R 1806, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 134 

Going fishing; march, by J. S. Fearis; 
pf. © John S. Fearis, Chicago, as 
the author. R 1649, Jan. 3, 1929. 

135 

Going to take God at His word ; words 
by Mrs. Frank A. Breck, music by 
E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lo- 
renz, Dayton, O., as the author of 
the music. R 1801, Jan. 25, 1929. 

136 

Gouttes de pluie; par Theodore Du- 
bois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1915, Jan. 3, 1929. 

137 

Grande marche militaire ; by H. A. 
Wollenhaupt, op. 31, ed. and fingered 
by L. Oesterle; pf. © Louis Oes- 
terle, New York, as the author of 
the editing and fingering. R 1484, 
Dec. 27, 1928. 138 

Grave (The) itself a garden is; solo 
and quartet, music by E. L. Ash- 
ford. © Emma L. Ashford, Nash- 
ville, as the author of the music. 
R 1781, Dec. 19, 1928. 139 

Green buds ; words by H. Boulton, mu- 
sic by H. Lohr. (In A garland of 
song) © Harold Boulton, London, 
as the author of the words and Her- 
mann Lohr, London, as the author 
of the music. R 1478. Nov. 10. 
1928. 140 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Album for 
pianoforte; selected, ed., and fin- 
gered by L. Oesterle. v. 1. 2. © 
Louis Oesterle. New York, as the au- 
thor of the editing. R 1508, 1509, 
Dec. 27, 1928. 141, 142 

Norwegian dance ; op. 35, no. 3, 

ed. and fingered by L. Oesterle: pf., 
4 hands. © Louis Oesterle, New 
York, as the author of the editing 
and fingering. R 1486, Dec. 27, 
1928. 143 

Valse-caprice ; op. 37, no. 2. ed. 

and fingered by L. Oesterle ; pf., 4 
hands. © Louis Oesterle, New 
York, as the author of the editing 



and fingering. R 1485, Dec. 27, 
1928. 144 

Hail, happy morning ; Easter sop. solo, 
music by E. L. Ashford ; with violin 
or flute obbl. © Emma L. Ashford, 
Nashville, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1783, Dec. 19, 1928. 145 

Hamac (Le) ; berceuse, par Paul 
Wachs ; pf. © Blanche Marie Paul- 
ine Simone Lemarchand, Paris, as 
the widow of the author. R 1968, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 146 

Hands of blessing; words by Lizzie 
De Armond, music by E. S. Lorenz. 
© Edmund S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as 
the author of the music. R 1809, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 147 

Happy is the heart that loves Jesus ; 
words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck, mu- 
sic by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. 
Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the author 
of the music. R 1814, Jan. 25, 1929. 

148 

Harvest carnival ; tarantelle, by E. H. 
Bailey, op. 315; pf. © Eben H. 
Bailey, Ipswich, Mass., as the au- 
thor. R 1993, Jan. 19, 1929. 149 

He is risen; Easter anthem, words 
from Mark 16 and Cor. 15, music by 
Caleb Simper, arr. by G. B. Nevin ; 
men's voices, organ ace. © George 
B. Nevin, Easton, Pa., as the author 
of the arrangement. R 1762, Jan. 
25, 1929. 150 

He keeps me ; words by Jennie Ree, 
music by C. H. Gabriel. © Charles 
H. Gabriel, Berkeley, Calif., as the 
author of the music. R 1820, Jan. 
25, 1929. ' 151 

He lights up the way; words and mu- 
sic by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. 
Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the author. 
R 1804, Jan. 25, 1929. 152 

Helmet of Navarre ; waltzes, by C. R. 
Hirst; pf. © Chas. R. Hirst, Long 
Island City, N. Y., as the author. 
R 1414, Jan. 4, 1929. 153 

Heralds (The) of heaven; Christmas 
solo, music by P. A. Schnecker ; 
with violin obbl. 1. High .voice, in 
G. — 2. Low voice, in E flat. © 
Louise N. Schnecker, New York, as 
the widow of the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1597. 1598, Jan. 3. 1929. 

154, 155 

Hills (The) o' Skye ; by M. R. Lang, 
op. 37, no. 3 ; med. voice. © Mar- 
garet Ruthven Lang, Boston, as the 
author. R 1676. Jan. 17, 1929. 156 



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His wonderful love ; words and music 
by C. H. Gabriel. © Charles H. 
Gabriel, Berkeley, Calif., as the au- 
thor. R 1822, Jan. 25, 1929. 157 

Holiday songs [and] Every day songs 
and games ; by Emilie Poulsson [i. e. 
A. E. Poulsson] © Anne Emilie 
Poulsson, Boston, as the author. R 
1696, Jan. 10, 1929. 158 

Home they brought her warrior dead ; 
poem by Tennyson, set to music by 
S. Homer ; mezzo-sop. or bar. © 
Sidney Homer, Bolton, N. Y., as the 
author of the music. R 1719, Jan. 
12, 1929. 159 

Honey chile; words by Paul Laurence 
Dunbar, music by C. B. Adams. © 
Carrie B. Adams, Terre Haute, Ind., 
as the author of the music. R 1590, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 160 

Hungarian dance ; by H. Engelmann, 
op. 487, no. 4; pf. © Marie C. En- 
gelmann, Burholme, Pa., as the 
widow of the author. R 1621, Jan. 
3, 1929. 161 

Hungarian dream ; by H. F. Faber. 
1. Pf. duet— 2. Pf. © Henry F. 
Faber, Altoona, Pa., as the author. 
R 1G02, 1608, Jan, 3, 1929. 162, 163 

Hunting song; by Stephen Heller, op. 
86, no. 3, ed. by Ferdinand Meyer 
[pseud, of A. Foote] ; pf. © Arthur 
Foote, Newton Center, Mass., as the 
author of the editing. R 1867, July 
21, 1928. 164 

Hush ! little lion ; from The explor- 
ers, lyrics by Bert Leston Taylor, 
music by W. H. Lewis. © Walter 
H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H., as the 
author of the music. R 1529, Dec. 
27, 1928. 165 

I am the resurrection; anthem, music 
by J. S. Fearis. © John S. Fearis, 
Chicago, as the author of the music. 
R 1794, Jan. 24, 1929. 166 

I am the resurrection ; Easter song, by 
C. C. Stearns ; high voice, in F. © 
Florence B. Condy, West Roxbury, 
Mass.,* as the executrix of the au- 
thor. R 1580, Jan. 12, 1929. 167 

I am trusting Christ; words by Mag- 
gie E. Gregory, music by C. H. Ga- 
briel. © Charles H. Gabriel, Berke- 
ley, Calif., as the author of the 
music. R 1817, Jan. 25, 1929. 168 

I am with thee; words by Charlotte 
G. Homer, music by C. H. Gabriel. 



© Charles H. Gabriel, Berkeley, 
Calif., as the author of the music. 
R 1819, Jan. 25, 1929. 169 

I belong to Jesus; words and music 
by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lo- 
renz, Dayton, O., as the author of 
the music. R 1777, Dec. 19, 1928. 

170 

I doan' want fu' t' stay hyeah no 
longah ; words by R. E. Phillips, 
music by H. T. Burleigh. © Harry 
T. Burleigh, New York, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1738, Jan. 9, 
1929. 171 

I live unto Jesus; words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck, music by E. S. Lo- 
renz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
O., as the author of the music. R 
1803, Jan. 25, 1929. 172 

I'll trust Him all my days; words by 
Ida Scott Taylor, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the music. 
R 1810, Jan. 25, 1929. 173 

I'm dreaming of a by-gone day ; words 
by Will D. Cobb, music by G. Ed- 
wards. © Gus Edwards, New York, 
as the author of the music. R 1658, 
Jan. 11, 1928. 174 

I will go ; words by Charlotte G. 
Homer, music by C. H. Gabriel. © 
Charles H. Gabriel, Berkeley, Calif., 
as the author of the music. R 1821, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 175 

I will labor to-day; words by W. M. 
Runyan, music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 
© Charles H. Gabriel, Berkeley, 
Calif., as the author of the music. 
R 1818, Jan. 25, 1929. 176 

If I could see you once again ; words 
by William H. Gardner, music by 
A. Geibel. © Adam Geibel, Phila- 
delphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1989, Dec. 26, 1928, 177 

Impatience; by Camille W. Zeckwer, 
op. 19, no. 1 ; pf . © Hortense Zeck- 
wer, Philadelphia, as the widow of 
the author. R 1614, Jan. 3, 1929. 

178 

Imperial (The) method for the slide 
trombone; treble clef, ed. by R. N. 
Davis. © R. N. Davis, Boston, as 
the author. R 1459, Dec. 8, 1928. 

179 

In a cosey corner ; by Grace E. Kimball 
and John W. Bratton ; pf. © John 
W. Bratton, Brooklyn, as one of the 
authors. R 1536, Dec. 27, 1928. 180 



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In endless mischief : waltz, by J. S. 
Fearis; pf. © John S. Pearis, Chi- 
cago, as the author. R 1651. Jan. 3, 
1929. 181 

In June-time : two-part song, words by 
Hedwig Wiley, music by A. Geibel ; 
ladies' voices. © Adam Geibel, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1984, Dec. 26, 1928. 182 

In the canon : by C. Dennee, op. 30, 
no. 1 ; pf. © Charles Dennee. Brook- 
line. Mass., as the author. R 1681, 
Jan. 17. 1929. 183 

In the footsteps of the Master ; words 
by Ida Scott Taylor, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz. Day- 
ton, O., as the author of the music. 
R 1813, Jan. 25, 1929. 184 

Infinite (The) love; words by E. E. 
Rexford, music by E. S. Lorenz. © 
Edmund S. Lorenz. Dayton. O., as 
the author of the music. R 1808, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 185 

Inquietude (L') ; by H. A. Wollen- 
haupt. op. 29. no. 7, ed. antl fingered 
by L. Oesterle; pf. © Louis Oes- 
terle, New York, as the author of the 
editing and fingering. R 1520, Oct. 
8, 1928. 186 

Intermezzo pizzicato ; by H. Engel- 
mami. op. 502; pf. © Marie C. En- 
gelmann. Burholme, Pa., as the 
widow of the author. R 1600, Jan. 
3, 1929. 187 

Is there a maid; waltz song, from 
The explorers, lyrics by Bert Leston 
Taylor, music by W. H. Lewis. © 
Waiter H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H., 
as the author of the music. R 1527. 
Dec. 27, 1928. 188 

Isobel : words by H. Boulton, music by 
H. Lohr. (In A garland of song) 
© Harold Boulton, London, as the 
author of the words and Hermann 
Lohr, London, as the author of the 
music. R 1476, Nov. 10, 1928. 189 

It is just like Jesus : hymn, words and 
music by Mrs. C. H. Morris. (In 
Triumphant praises) © Lelia N. 
Morris, i. e.. Mrs. C. H. Morris, Au- 
burn, N. Y., as the author. R 1896, 
Jan. 29, 1929. 190 

Italienische liebesnovelle ; by Heinrich 
Hofmann, op. 19, ed. and fingered by 
L. Oesterle ; pf., 4 hands. © Louis 
Oesterle, New York, as the author 
of the editing and fingering. R 1501. 
Dec. 27. 1928. 191 



Joy-bells (The) are ringing; Easter 
anthem, arr. from Rheinberger by 
Frederic Vinal ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
© Mary S. T. Vinal-, Middletown, 
Conn., as the widow of the author 
of the arrangement. R 1468, Dec. 8, 
1928. 192 

Joy to the world ; words by Palmer 
Hartsough, music by J. H. Fillmore. 
(In Fillmore's Concert quarterly for 
Sunday-schools, v. 6, no. 27, Oct., 
1900) © James H. Fillmore, Cin- 
cinnati, as the author of the music. 
R 1666. July 23, 1928. 193 

Jubilate in B flat ; music by C. E. Ha- 
worth ; mixed voices ; organ ace. © 
C. E. Haworth, Huntington, W. Va., 
as the author of the music. R 1467, 
Dec. 8, 1928. 194 

Judith ; lyric drama, for soli, cho., and 
orch., text by William Chauncy 
Langdon, music by G. W. Chadwick. 
Voc. sc. © George W. Chadwick, 
Boston, as the author of the music. 
R 1522, Oct. 8, 1928. 195 

Kinder-polonaise ; geschrieben von 
Richard Krentzlin, op. 15, no. 1 ; pf . 
© R. Krentzlin, Berlin, as the au- 
thor. R 1660, Jan. 15, 1929. 196 

King of Kings ; Christmas song, by C. 
C. Stearns ; high voice, in E. © 
Florence B. Condy, Boston, as the 
executor of the author. R 1997, Jan. 
19, 1929. 197 

Land (The) of light; sacred song, 
words by Pearl L. Rotruck [i. e. 
P. R. Markley], music by W. W. Ab- 
bott ; sop. or mezzo sop. ; in B flat. 
© Pearl Rotruck Markley, Denver, 
as the author of the words, R 1897, 
Feb. 1, 1929. 198 

Land (The) of nod : by N. E. Swift, op. 
10, no. 6; pf. © Newton E. Swift, 
New York, as the author. R 1578, 
Jan. 23, 1929. 199 

Land (A) of roses; words by E. 
Teschemacher, music by Teresa del 
Riego [i. e., Teresa Leadbitter] © 
Teresa Leadbitter, Pinkney's Green, 
Maidenhead, England, as the author 
of the music. R 341, Sept. 27, 1928. 

200 

Lead, kindly light ; hymn anthem, 
music by Finley Lyon. © Carrie 
May Selley Lyon, Columbus, O., as 
the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1786. Dec. 14, 1928. 201 



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Lead, kindly light ; words by J. H. 
Newman, set to music by E. W. Han- 
scom. © Frank Blair Hanscom, 
Los Angeles, Eliza Hanscom Record 
and Mary Hanscom Eveleth, Jersey 
City, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor of the music, who is not living. 
R 1671, Jan. 17, 1929. 202 

Leola waltz ; by C. W. Krogmann, op. 
15, arr. by C. Grim [pseud, of Chas. 
W. Greene] ; violin and pf. © C. 
W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., as the 
child of the deceased author of the 
arrangement. R 1727, Jan. 8, 1929. 

203 

Lesson (A) from the violets; song, 
composed by E. F. Marks, op. 26. 
© Eugene F. Marks, Augusta, Ga., 
as the author. R 1641, Jan. 3, 1929. 

204 

Let the gospel light shine out ; hymn, 
words by Johnson Oatman, jr., mu- 
sic by A. Geibel. © Adam Geibel, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1873, Feb. 1, 1929. 205 

Life's mirror ; song, music by A. 
Wooler ; low voice. © Alfred Wool- 
er, Buffalo, as the author of the 
music. R 1595, Jan. 3, 1929. 206 

Lift up your heads ; anthem, music by 
L. O. Emerson. © Mabel H. Emer- 
son, Arlington, Mass., as the child 
of the deceased author of the music. 
R 1796, Jan. 24, 1929. 207 

Light-house (The) ; part-song, by Karl 
Linders [pseud, of A. Geibel] ; mixed 
voices. © Adam Geibel, Philadel- 
phia, as the author. R 1983, Dec. 
26, 1928. 208 

Light in darkness ; anthem, music by 
E. S. Lorenz, © Edmund S. Lo- 
renz, Dayton, O., as the author of 
the music. R 1790, Jan. 24, 1929. 

209 

Little comrades ; sehottische, by H. 
Engelmann, op. 487, no. 5; pf. © 
Marie C. Engelmann, Burholme, Pa., 
as the widow of the author. R 1625, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 210 

Little etude in A minor; by A. Foote; 
pf. © Arthur Foote, Newton Cen- 
ter, Mass., as the author. R 1673, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 211 

Little home pet ; by H. Engelmann. op. 
469 ; pf. no. 1. Waltz.— no. 4. Polka, 
© Marie C. Engelmann, Burholme, 
Pa., as the widow of the author. R 
1643, 1644, Jan. 3, 1929. 212, 213 



Little lords and ladies gay ; minuet, by 
H. Engelmann, op. 487, no. 3 ; pf . © 
Marie C. Engelmann, Burholme, Pa., 
as the widow of the author. R 1622, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 214 

Little (The) patriot; by C. W. Krog- 
mann, op. 15, arr. by C. Griin [pse^d. 
of Chas. W. Greene] ; violin and pf. 
© C. W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., 
as the child of the deceased author 
of the arrangement. R 1729, Jan. 
8, 1929. 215 

Little (The) prince; by C. W. Krog- 
mann, arr. by C. Griin [pseud, of 
Chas. W. Greene] ; violin and pf. © 
C. W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., as 
the child of the deceased author of 
the arrangement. R 1723, Jan. 8, 
1929. 216 

Little (The) shadow-folk; by Newton 
E. Swift, op. 10, no. 5 ; pf . © New- 
ton E. Swift, New York, as the au- 
thor. R 1577, Jan. 23, 1929. 217 

Lord (The) is King; anthem, words 
from Psalm 97, music by John B. 
Grant; mixed voices, organ ace. © 
De Witt C. Noyes, New Rochelle, 
N. Y., as the executor of the author 
of the music. R 1754, Jan. 25, 1929. 

218 

Lord (The) is my rock; anthem, music 
by J. H. Rogers; mixed voices and 
organ. © James H. Rogers, Cleve- 
land, as the author of the music. R 
1502, Dec. 27, 1928. 219 

Lord (The) is my shepherd; anthem, 
by C. C. Stearns : mixed voices. © 
Florence B. Condy, Boston, as the 
executor of the author. R 1999, 
Jan. 19, 1929. 220 

Lord (The) is my shepherd ; anthem, 
music by C. Demarest ; mixed voices 
and organ. Clifford Demarest, Ten- 
afly, N. J., as the author of the 
music. R 1496, Dec. 27, 1928. 221 

Louise ; roman musical en quatre actes 
et cinq tableaux, de Gustave Char- 
pentier, partition transcrite pour pf. 
solo, par A. Gedalge. © Clara 
Berthe Gedalge, Paris, Melanie Hen- 
riette Gedalge, Alexandrine Melanie 
Gedalge, Chessy, France, Emile Jean 
Henri Camille Gedalge. Paris and 
Amelie Marguerite Alice Gedalge, 
Chessy, France, as the children of 
the deceased author. R 1942, Jan. 
3, 1929. 222 

Love's highway ; from The explorers, 
lyrics by Bert Leston Taylor, music 
by W. H. Lewis. © Walter H. 
Lewis;, Manchester, N. H. as the 



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27. 1028. 223 

Love's way : ballad, by E. V. Mclntyre ; 
mezzo-sop. or bar. © Edwin Vaile 
Mclntyre, Oklahoma City. Okl.. as 
the author of the music. R 1704, 
Jan. 20. 1920. 224 

Luna-rheinlander; aus Frail Luna, von 
P. Lincke ; clavier. © Paul Lincke, 
Berlin, as the author. R 1901, Feb. 
1, 1929. 225 

Ma Lawd's a-writin down time ; words 
by R. E. Phillips, music by H. T. 
Burleigh. © Harry T. Burleigh, 
New York, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1739, Jan. 9, 1929. 226 

Madcap Marjorie ; words and music 
by Ewan Dale [pseud, of F. Nor- 
ton] © Frederic Norton, St. John's 
Wood. England, as the author. R 
1469, Nov. 10, 1928. 227 

Mah starlight Sue : words and music 
by W. Gould. © William Gould, 
Hollywood, Calif., as the author. R 
1535, Dec. 27, 1928. 228 

Marche gaie ; par Ernest Reyer ; pf. 
© Leonie Claire Ernestine Rey, 
epouse de Charles Adolphe Outrey. 
Monte Carlo, Monaco, as the child 
of the deceased author. R 1921. 
Jan. 3, 1929. 229 

Marionettes ; by Geza Horvath. op. 46, 
no. 2; pf. © Thusnelda Horvath, 
Vienna, as the widow of the author. 
R 1635, Jan. 3, 1929. 230 

Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Chanson d' Avignon ; de Griselidis ; 
pf. © Louise Constance de Gressy, 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author. R 1950, Jan. 3, 1929. 

231 

Chantez ; quatuor, poenie de Marc 

Legrand ; sop., contralto, ten. et bar. 
© Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1947, Jan. 
3, 1929. 232 

Cheres fleurs ; quatuor, poeme de 

Marc Legrand ; sop., contralto, ten. 
et bar. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1948, Jan. 3, 1929. 233 

Griselidis ; conte lyrique en trois 

actes avec un prologue, poeme de 
Armand Silvestre et Eugene Mo- 
rand. 1. Partition d'orch. — 2. Par- 
tition pf. et chant. © Louise Con- 



stance de Gressy, Versailles, France, 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1911, 1959, Jan. 3, 1929. 

234, 235 

— Griselidis; conte lyrique en trois 
actes avec un prologue, poeme d' Ar- 
mand Silvestre et Eugene Morand, 
transcrite par Ernest Alder ; parti- 
tion pf. seul. © Marie Berthe Ar- 
mandine Richelet, Malakoff, France, 
as the executor of the author of the 
transcription. R 1923, Jan. 3, 1929. 

236 

— Griselidis ; entr'acte-idylle, tran- 
scription par E. Alder. 1. Mand. et 
pf.— 2. Flute et pf.— 3. Violoncelle 
et pf. — 1. Violon et pf.— 5. Pf. a 4 
mains. — 6. Pf. © Marie Berthe Ar- 
mandine Richelet, Malakoff, France, 
as the executor of the author of the 
transcription. R 1929-1932, 1938, 
1949, Jan. 3, 1929. 237-242 

— Griselidis ; prelude ; pf . © Louise 
Constance de Gressy, Versailles, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 1944, Jan. 3, 1929. 243 

— Griselidis ; prelude, transcription 
pour pf. a 4 mains, par E. Alder. 
© Marie Berthe Armandine Riche- 
let, Malakoff, France, as the execu- 
tor of the author of the transcrip- 
tion. R 1933, Jan. 3, 1929. 244 

— Herodiade ; opera en quatre actes, 
transcription pour pf. a 4 mains, 
d'apres Torch., par E. Alder. © 
Marie Berthe Armandine Richelet, 
Malakoff, France, as the executor of 
the author of the transcription. R 
1907, Jan. 3, 1929. 245 

— Mousme ; poesie de Andre Alex- 
andre ; bar. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow r of the author of the music. 
R 1909, Jan. 3, 1929. 246 

— O bon printemps ; trio, poeme de 
Marc Legrand ; sop., contralto et 
ten. © Louise Constance cle Gressy, 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 1945, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 247 

— O ruisseau ; trio, poeme de Marc 
Legrand ; sop., contralto et ten. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1943, Jan. 
3, 1929. 248 

— Oiseau des bois ; duo, poeme de 
Marc Legrand ; sop. et contralto. © 
Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
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Massenet (Jules Euiile. Frederic) — 
Continued. 

author of the music. R 1946, Jan. 
3, 1929. 249 

■ Le printemps visite la terre ; 

poesie de Jeanne Chaffotte ; ten. ou 
sop. © Louise Constance de Gressy, 
Versailles, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 1908. 
Jan. 3, 1929. 250 

Simple phrase ; petit orch. © 

Louise Constance de Gressy, Ver- 
sailles, France, as the widow of the 
author. R 1976, Jan. 3, 1929. 251 

Valse des esprits ; de Griselidis, 

transcription par E. Alder. 1. Vio- 
loncelle et pf. — 2. Pf. et violon. — 
3. Pf. a 4 mains,— 4. Flute et pf.— 
5. Pf. © Marie Berthe Armandine 
Richelet, Malakoff, France, as the 
executor of the author of the tran- 
scription. R 1934-1937, 1951, Jan. 

3, 1929. 252-256 

Valse tres-lente ; pf. © Louise 

Constance de Gressy, Malakoff, 
France, as the widow of the author. 
R 1955, Jan. 3, 1929. 257 

Valse tres-lente ; transcription par 

E. Alder. 1. Pf. a quatre mains. — 2. 
Pf . et violon. — 3. Violoncelle et pf. — 

4. Mand. et pf.— 5. Flute et pf. © 
Marie Berthe Armandine Richelet, 
Malakoff, France, as the executor of 
the author of the transcription. R 
1924-1928, Jan. 3, 1929. 258-262 

Voix de f emmes ; poesie de Pierre 

d'Amor. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy, Versailles, France, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1910, Jan. 3, 1929. 263 

Werther; drame lyrique, reduc- 
tion par Ernest Alder ; partition 
pour pf . a 4 mains. © Marie Berthe 
Armandine Richelet, Malakoff, 
France, as the executor of the au- 
thor of the reduction. R 1916, Jan. 
3, 1929. 264 

Masson (Louis) Andante ; flute et pf. 
© Louis Masson, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 1964, Jan. 3, 1929. 265 

May (A) day; by F. G. Rathbun ; pf. 
© Edna Rathbun, Tyringham, Mass., 
as the widow of the author. R 1618, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 266 

May has come ; by M. G. Wittman ; pf . 
© M. G. Wittman, Jonesboro, Ark., 
as the author. R 1615, Jan. 3, 1929. 

267 



Mayonnaise (The) marines; from The 
explorers, lyrics by Bert Leston 
Taylor, music by W. H. Lewis. © 
Walter H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H., 
as the author of the music. R 1532, 
Dec. 27, 1928. 268 

Maypole dance; by E. L. Ashf ord ; pf. 
duet. © Emma Louise Ashford, 
Nashville, as the author. R 1652, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 269 

Mazurka-caprice ; by F. Borowski ; pf . 
© Felix Borowski, Chicago, as the 
author. R 1610, Jan. 3, 1929. 270 

Meadow (The) rue; pt. song, poem by 
Arlo Bates, music by A. Foote, op. 
49, no. 4; women's voices. © Ar- 
thur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 1693, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 271 

Merry (The) bobolink; by C. W. Krog- 
mann. op. 15, arr. by C. Grun [pseud, 
of Chas. W. Greene] ; violin and pf . 
© C. W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., as 
t'he child of the deceased author of 
the arrangement. R 1732, Jan. 8, 
1929. 272 

Merry moments; polka, by F. R. Webb, 
op. 98, no. 1 ; pf. © Frank R. Webb, 
Baltimore, as the author. R 1607, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 273 

Mid-summer; waltzes, by Cora Esteile 
Vandersloot; pf. © C. E. Vander- 
sloot, Williamsport, Pa., as the au- 
thor. R 1905, Jan. 8, 1929. 274 

Minnie and Winnie; poem by Tenny- 
son, set to music by S. Homer; 
mezzo-sop. or bar. © Sidney Homer, 
Bolton, N. Y., as the author of the 
music. R 1721, Jan. 25, 1929. 275 

Minuet (The) ; by N. E. Swift, op. 10, 
no. 3 ; pf. © Newton E. Swift, New 
York, as the author. R 1575, Jan. 
23, 1929. 276 

Miss Simplicity; from the musical 
comedy, by R. A. Barnet, music by 
H. L. Heartz. © Harry Lawson 
Heartz, West Newton, Mass., as the 
author of the music. R 1581, Jan. 
12, 1929. 277 

Morning song ; by E. M. Read ; pf . © 
Edward M. Read, St. Louis, as the 
author. R 1633, Jan. 3, 1929. 278 

My Carolina lady; words by A. B. 
Sterling, music by G. Hamilton. © 
Andrew B. Sterling, New York, as 
the author of the words, and Geo. 
Hamilton, Los Angeles, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1736, Jan. 23, 
1929. 279 



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My dream-love; words by H. Boulton, 
music by H. Lohr. (In A garland 
of song) © Harold Boulton, Lon- 
don, as the author of the words, and 
Hermann Lohr, London, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1479, Nov. 10, 
192S. 280 

My first waltz; by H. Engelmann, op. 
487, no. 2; pf. © Marie C. Engel- 
mann. Burholme, Pa., as the widow 
of the author. R 1623, Jan. 3, 1929. 

281 

My Jesus as Thou wilt; words tr. by 
J. Borthwick, music by G. C. Stock. 
1. Sop. or ten., in E flat. — 2. Mezzo 
sop. or bar., in C. — 3. Contralto or 
bass, in B flat. © Geo. Chadwick 
Stock, New Haven, as the author 
of the music. R 1699, Jan. 9, 1929. 

282 

My Lady Champagne ; from The ex- 
plorers, lyrics by Bert Leston Tay- 
lor, music by W. H. Lewis. © 
Walter H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H., 
as the author of the music. R 1530, 
Dec. 27, 1S28. 283 

My Merlindy Brown ; words by James 
Edwin Campbell, music by H. T. 
Burleigh. © Harry T. Burleigh, 
New York, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1743, Jan. 9, 1929. 284 

My Redeemer lives ; sacred male cho., 
text by Samuel Medly, music by 
J. S. Fearis. © John S. Fearis, Chi- 
cago, as the author of the music. 
R 1775, Dec. 15, 1928. 285 

Nancy, ma yellow rose ; plantation 
song, words by Richard Henry Buck, 
music by A. Geibel. © Adam Geibel, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1988, Dec. 26, 1928. 286 

Negro lullaby : words by James Edwin 
Campbell, music by H. T. Burleigh. 
© Harry T. Burleigh, New York, as 
the author of the music. R 1742. 
Jan. 9, 1929. 287 

Nevin ( Ethel bert) A song; words by 
Richard Watson Gilder; mixed 
voices. © Anne Paul Nevin, New 
York,* as the widow of the author of 
the music. R 1464, Dec. 8, 1928. 

288 

Niobe ; intermezzo, by J. A. Silberberg. 
© Rosalie Guttenberg, Brooklyn, as 
the next of kin of the author, who* 
is not living. R 1655, Jan. 16, 1929. 

289 

Northward ; by M. R. Lang, op. 37, 
no. 6; med. voice. © Margaret 
Ruthven Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor. R 1679, Jan. 17, 1929. 290 



Now is Christ risen ; Easter anthem, 
music by C. H. Gabriel. © Chas. H. 
Gabriel, Berkeley, Calif., as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1795, Jan. 24, 
1929. 291 

Now is Christ risen ; Easter anthem, 
music by E. S. Lorenz. © Edmund 
S. Lorenz, Dayton, O., as the author 
of the music. R 1792, Dec. 15, 1928. 

292 

O gladsome day; Easter song, by W. 
F. Sudds, op. 267. © J. Etta Bond, 
New York, as the child of the de- 
ceased author of the music. R 1627, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 293 

O Lord, I will praise Thee ; anthem, 
music by C. Demarest ; mixed voices 
and organ. © Clifford Demarest, 
Tenafly, N. J., as the author of the 
music. R 1494, Dec. 27, 1928. 294 

Oh ! lift your joyful hearts ; Easter 
song, words by Margaret E. Lacey, 
music by L. R. Dressier; pf. or or- 
gan ace, with violin obbl. © Louis 
R. Dressier, Jersey City, as the au- 
thor of the music. R 1757, Jan. 25, 
1929. 295 

Oiseaux (Les) ; par Theodore Dubois; 
pf. © Charles Antoine Dubois, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 1919, Jan. 3, 1929. 296 

Omena march; two-step, by Edward 
Hazel- [pseud, of W. H. Scouton] ; 
orch. © Wm. H. Scouton, Fremont, 
O., as the author of the arrange- 
ment. R 1458, Oct. 17, 1928. 297 

On Broadway; words by George V. 
Hobart, music by M. A. Sloane. © 
Mae Auwerda Sloane, Pasadena, as 
the author of the music. R 1409, 
Dec. 19, 1928. 298 

On the lawn; by E. M. Read; pf. © 
Edward M. Read, St. Louis, as the 
author. R 1631, Jan. 3, 1929. 299 

Opera songs ; selections from all the 
standard operas, new and old, com- 
piled and ed. by E. Marzo ; for bass. 
bk. 4. © Eduardo Marzo, New York, 
as the author. R 1429, Dec. 29, 1928. 

300 

Organ (The) treasury, no. 2; collec- 
tion for pipe and reed organs, com- 
posed, arr. and ed. by E. L. Ash- 
ford. © Emma L. Ashford, Nash- 
ville, as the author of the music. 
R 1831, Jan. 25, 1929. 301 

Original theme with variations ; by 
Henri Wieniawski, op. 15, ed. and 
fingered by L. Lichtenberg ; violin 
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Original theme with variations — Con. 
New York, as the author of the edit- 
ing and fingering. R 1483. Dec. 27, 
1928. 302 

Our suffering Lord ; Easter anthem, 
words and music by E. S. Lorenz, 
© Edmund S. Lorenz, Dayton. O., 
as the author. R 1789. Jan. 24. 1929. 

303 

Out of the depths ; words of Psalm 
130, music by W. Berwald ; organ 
ace. © William Berwald, Syracuse, 
N. Y., as the author of the music. 
R 1759, Jan. 25, 1929. 304 

Out of the past ; by M. R. Lang, op. 
37. no. 2 ; med. voice. © Margaret 
Ruthven Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor. R 1675, Jan. 17, 1929. 305 

Pattering raindrops ; by W. G. Smith, 
op. 83, no. 1 ; pf. © Wilson G. Smith, 
Cleveland, as the author. R 1612. 
Jan. 3, 1929. 306 

Peace (The) of Jerusalem; cantata, 
by J. Eliot Trowbridge; soli, cho. 
and organ. © Henry O. Trowbridge, 
Newton, Mass., as the child of the 
deceased author. R 1765, Jan. 25, 
1929. 307 

Pendant la moisson ; ronde pastorale, 
par Paul Wachs ; pf. © Blanche 
Marie Pauline Simone Lemarchand, 
Saint Mande, France, as the widow 
of the author. R 1960, Jan. 3, 1929. 

308 

Perfect rest ; hymn-anthem, by C. C. 
Stearns ; mixed voices. © Florence 
B. Condy, Boston, as the executor of 
the author of the music. R 1995, 
Jan. 19, 1929. 309 

Petite valse de ballet ; by E. F. Marks, 
op. 27 ; pf. © Eugene F. Marks, Au- 
gusta, Ga., as the author. R 1616. 
Jan. 3, 1929. 310 

Petites (Les) visites ; par Theodore 
Dubois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1917, Jan. 3. 1929. 

311 

Petits (Les) canards; par Theodore 
Dubois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1914, Jan. 3, 1929. 

312 

Pianist's (The) second and third year; 
collection of pieces graded and lin- 
gered by L. Oesterle. © Louis 
Oesterle, New York, as the author 
of the editing. R 1510, Dec. 27, 1928. 

313 



Piece dans le style antique ; par Ernest 
Reyer; pf. © Leonie Claire Er- 
nestine Rey, Spouse de Charles 
Adolphe Outrey, Monte Carlo, 
Monaco, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 1922, Jan. 3, 1929. 314 

Placid (The) lake; by C. Dennee, op. 
30, no. 4; pf. © Charles Dennee. 
Brookline, Mass., as the author. R 
1684, Jan. 17, 1929. 315 

Placid (The) lake: by Homer N. Bart- 
lett, op. 193, no. 1 ; pf . © John B. C. 
Bartlett, New York, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 1511, Dec. 
15, 1928. 316 

Pony race ; by C. W. Krogmann, op. 
15, arr. by C. Grim [pseud, of Chas. 
W. Greene] ; violin and pf. © C. W. 
Greene, Franklin, N. H., as the child 
of the deceased author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1730, Jan. 8, 1929. 

317 

Premiere (La) etoile ; par Theodore 
Dubois ; pf . © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1913, Jan. 3, 1929. 

318 

Pretty girl in gray ; from The ex- 
plorers, lyrics by Bert Leston Tay- 
lor, music by W. H. Lewis, © 
Walter H. Lewis, Manchester, N. H. r 
as the author of the music. R 152S. 
Dec. 27, 1928. 319 

Pretty (The) primrose; by E. M. 
Read ; pf. © Edward M. Read, St. 
Louis, as the author. R 1632, Jan. 
3, 1929. 320 

Primrose dance; by C. W. Krogmann. 
op. 15, arr. by C. Griin [pseud, of 
Cbas. W. Greene] ; violin and pf. 
© C. W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., as 
the child of the deceased author of 
the arrangement. R 1728, Jan. 8, 
1929. 321 

Prisoner of war ; march and two-step, 
composed by L. G. Muniz. © Louis 
G. Muniz, New York, as the, autbor 
of the music. R 1410, Dec. 19, 1928. 

322 

Processional march ; by L. Ringuet ; 
pf., 4 hands. © Leon Ringuet, Hya- 
cinthe, Quebec, Canada, as the au- 
thor. R 1626, Jan. 3, 1929. 323- 

Pussy willow march ; by Mrs. Crosby 
Adams. © Juliette Graves Adams. 
i. e., Mrs. Crosby Adams, Montreat. 
N. C, as the author. R 1663, Dec. 
28, 1928. 324 



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Rainbow (The) ; by C. Dennee, op. 30, 
no. G ; pf. © Charles Dennee, Brook- 
line. Mass.. as the author. R 1686, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 325 

Rainbow (The) fairy; by C. W. Krog- 
mann, op. 15, air. by C. Griin [pseud, 
of Chas. W. Greene] ; violin and pf. 
© C. W. Greene, Franklin, N. H., 
as the child of the deceased author 
of the arrangement. R 1726. Jan. 8. 
1929. 326 

Ravina (H.) Arabeske : ed. by A. 
Foote; pf. © Arthur Foote, New- 
ton Center, Mass.. as the author of 
the editing. R 1672, Jan. 17, 1929. 

327 

Reapers (The) march : by E. M. Read ; 
pf. © Edward M. Read. St. Louis, 
as the author. R 1629, Jan. 3, 1929. 

32S 

Red, (The) red sarafan: introduction 
and variations, by Ferdinand David, 
op. 6: ed. and fingered by Henry 
Schradieck; violin and pf. © J. 
Alice Schradieck. Brooklyn, as the 
widow of the author of the editing 
and fingering. R 1481, Dec. 27, 1928. 

329 

Resurrection (The) : sacred song, by 
A. M. Foerster ; high voice ; with 
cho. ad lib. © Adolph M. Foerster, 
Pittsburgh, as the author. R 1461, 
Dec. 8. 1928. »330 

Ring out, glad bells of Easter-tide; 
Easter anthem, words by Josephine 
A. Van Tassel, music by J. C. Bart- 
lett; mixed voices, organ ace. © 
James C. Bartlett. Medfield. Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 1769, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 331 

Rise, glorious conqueror ; anthem, by 
C. B. Adams. © Carrie B. Adams, 
Portland. Or., as the author. R 
1798, Jan. 24, 1929. 332 

Rise, glorious conqueror ; Easter song, 
words by Matthew Bridges, music 
by A. Wooler. © Alfred Wooler, 
Buffalo, as the author of the music. 
R 1756, Jan. 25, 1929. 333 

Robin's' (The) lullaby; by C. W. Krog- 
mann, op. 15, arr. by C. Griin 
[pseud, of Chas. W. Greene] ; violin 
and pf. © C. W. Greene, Franklin, 
N. H., as the child of the deceased 
author of the arrangement. R 1734 
Jan. 8, 1929. 334 

Rondo a la polka; by Josef Low, op. 
429, no. 1. ed. and fingered by L. 
Oesterle; pf.. 4 hands. © Louis 
Oesterle, New York, as the author 



of the editing and fingering. R 1521, 
Oct. 8, 192S. 335 

Rosamonde; by F. G. Rathbun ; pf. 
© Edna Rathbun, Tyringham, Mass.,. 
as the widow of the author. R 1593, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 336 

Roses et papillons ; par Theodore Du- 
bois ; pf. © Charles Antoine Du- 
bois, Paris, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 1918, Jan. 3, 1929. 

337 

Rubinstein (Anton) Eighteen two 
part songs; translations by T. 
Baker. © Theodore Baker, Leipzig, 
as the author of the translations. 
R 1507, Dec. 27, 1928. 338 

Russian airs ; by Warlamoff, for vio- 
lin and pf. by Henri Wieniawski r 
ed. and fingered by L. Lichtenberg. 
© Leopold Lichtenberg, New York, 
as the author of the editing and fin- 
gering. R 1493, Dec. 27, 1928. 339 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) Les 
Barbares; tragedie lyrique en 3 
actes et un prologue, poeme de Vic- 
torien Sardou et P. B. Cheusi, par- 
tition pour chant et pf. reduite par 
Georges Marty. © Seraphine Louise 
de Wulf, Paris, as the widow of the 
author of the arrangement. R 1973, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 340 

Desir d'amour (Deseo de amor) ; 

poesie de D. Francisco Perpina ; 
bar. © Marie Laure Truffot, Puy- 
ricard, France, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1952, Jan. 
3, 1929. 341 

Elle; sonnet, poesie de Charles 

Lecoq. © Marie Laure Truffot. 
Puyrieard, France, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 1961, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 342 

Sanctus; response, music by E. S. 
Lorenz. © Edmund S. Lorenz, Day- 
ton, O., as the author. R 1778, Dec. 
19, 1928. 343 

Santa Claus guards; march, by C. W. 
Krogmann, op. 15, arr. by C. Griin 
[pseud, of Chas. W. Greene] ; violin 
and pf. © C. W. Greene, Franklin, 
N. H., as the child of the deceased 
author of the arrangement. R 1724, 
Jan. 8, 1929. 344 

Scaramouche; caprice, par Theodore 
Lack, op. 210; pf. © Berthe Mar- 
guerite Victorine Tissier, Paris, as 
the widow of the author. R 1958, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 345 



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Scherzino; by H. A. Wollenhaupt, op. 
29, no. 6, ed. and fingered by L. 
Oesterle; pf. © Louis Oesterle, 
New York, as the author of the edit- 
ing and fingering. R 1487, Dec. 27, 
1928. 346 

Sea (The) is calling me; words by J. 
T. Branen, music by H. W. Petrie. 
© J. T. Branen, New York, as the 
author of the words, and Julia C. 
Petrie, Chicago, as the widow of the 
author of the music. R 1900, Feb. 
1, 1929. 347 

Sea (The) is the home for me; words 
by J. T. Branen, music by H. W. 
Petrie. © J. T. Branen, New York, 
as the author of the words, and 
Julia C. Petrie, Chicago, as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1418, Dec. 20, 1928. 348 

Secret (The) ; by L. J. O. Fontaine; 
op. 19; pf. © L. J. Oscar Fontaine, 
New Bedford, Mass., as the author. 
R 1634, Jan. 3, 1929. 349 

Send out Thy light ; by Bernhard 
Klein, arr. and adapted by C. B. 
Hawley ; cho. of men's voices. © 
Hattie B. Hawley, Nyack, N. Y., as 
the widow of the author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1513. Dec. 17, 1928. 

350 

Serenade de Milenka ; poesie de Gus- 
tave Lagye, musique de Jan Blockx ; 
a deux voix egales. © Anne Maxi- 
milienne Gabrielle Collignon, Anvers, 
Belgium, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1906, Jan. 3. 1929. 

351 

Serenade venitienne ; valse lente, par 
Waldteufel; pf. © Henri Lucien 
Gustave Waldteufel, St. Mande, 
France, Louis Rene Jean Waldteu- 
fel, Aulnay sous bois, France, and 
Helene Marie Victorine Berthe 
Waldteufel, epouse de Charles Gus- 
tave Henri Rolet, Paris, as the chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 
1941, Jan. 3, 1929. 352 

Severance ; song, music by J. H. Rog- 
ers ; med. voice. © James H. Rog- 
ers, Cleveland, as the author of the 
music. R 1594, Jan. 3, 1929. 353 

She's mine to have and to hold ; words 
by Will A. Heelan, music by G. Ed- 
wards. © Gus Edwards, New York, 
as the author of the music. R 1659, 
Jan. 11, 1929. 354 

Shepard (Thomas G.) Sixteen short 
responses; mixed voices. © Collins 
Shepard Bell, Mt. Carmel, 111., as 



the next of kin of the author of the 
music. R 1490, Dec. 27, 1928. 355 

Shepard's reed-organ method; instruc- 
tion book, by Thomas G. Shepard. 
© Collins Shepard Bell, Mt. Carmel, 
111., and Bertine Bell Obrecht, In- 
dianapolis, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 1524, 
Dec. 27, 1928. 356 

Shepherd (The) and the nymph; for 
voice and pf., music by Harry Pat- 
terson Hopkins, op. 14, no. 4. © 
Harry P. Hopkins, Baltimore, as the 
author of the music. R 1534, Dec. 
27, 1928. 357 

Shout (The) of victory; Easter an- 
them, music by E. L. Ashford. © 
Emma L. Ashford, Nashville, as the 
author of the music. R 1797, Jan. 
24, 1929. 358 

Silent hearts ; waltzes, by H. S. 
Krouse, arr. by Maurice F. Smith ; 
orch. © H. Sylvester Krouse, New 
York, as the author of the music. 
R 1412, Jan. 4, 1929. 359 

Sing aloud unto God, our strength ; an- 
them, music by C. Demarest ; mixed 
voices and organ. © Clifford De- 
marest, Tenafly, N. J., as the author 
of the music. R 1495, Dec. 27, 1928. 

360 

Sing praises ; full anthem, words from 
Psalm 30, music by C. H. H. Booth ; 
mixed voices ; pf . or organ ace. © 
Christopher Henry Hudson Booth, 
New York, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1654, Jan. 5, 1929. 361 

Slumber (The) stream; words by H. 
Boulton, music by H. Lohr. (In A 
garland of song) © Harold Boul- 
ton, London, as the author of the 
words and Hermann Lohr, London, 
as the author of the music. R 1477, 
Nov. 10, 1928. 362 

Solf eges de concours ; par A. Chapuis ; 
2 voix. © Auguste Chapuis, Paris, 
as the author. R 1972, Jan. 3, 1929. 

363 

Song (The) I heard one Sunday morn; 
words by Robert H. Brennen, music 
by E. H. Ellison [pseud, of J. H. 
Ellis] © Jacob Henry Ellis, New 
York, as the author of the music. 
R 1413, Jan. 4, 1929. 364 

Song (A) of hope; spring carol, text 
by Mrs. George Archibald, music by 
J. S. Fearis. © John S. Fearis, Chi- 
cago, as the author of the music. R 
1776, Dec. 15, 1928. 365 



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Song of the lilies : words and music 
by S. Howard : high voice. © Stan- 
ton Howard. New York, as the au- 
thor. R 1462, Dec. 8, 192S. 366 

Song (The) of the sea; words by H. 
Boulton. music by H. Lohr. (In A 
garland of song) © Harold Boul- 
ton, London, as the author of the 
words and Hermann Lohr, London, 
as the author of the music. R 1470. 
Nov. 10, 1928. 367 

Song of the sea shell ; by C. W. Krog- 
mann, op. 15, arr. by 0. Griin [pseud, 
of Chas. W. Greene] : violin and pf. 
© C. W. Greene. Franklin, N. H., 
as the child of the deceased author 
of the arrangement. R 1725, Jan. 
8, 1929. 368 

Sonnambula (La) ; opera in 2 acts, 
libretto by Felice Romani, essay on 
story by H. E. Krehbiel. English ver- 
sion by Natalia Macfarren, music by 
Vincenzo Bellini : vocal sc. © Ma- 
rie Krehbiel, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the essay. 
R 1488, Dec. 27, 1928. 369 

Soupir (A sigh) ; valse lente. poem by 
T. Salignac, music by Leo Stern, 
English version by T. Baker : sop. 
or ten. ; in G. © Theodore Baker, 
Leipzig, as the author of the trans- 
lation. R 1523, A.ug. 20, 1928. 370 

Sous les roses (Under the roses) ; by 
H. S. Krouse. © H. Sylvester 
Krouse. New York, as the author. 
R 1417, Jan. 12. 1929. 371 

Souvenir de Haydn : by Hugo Leonard, 
op. 2. and fingered by L. Lichten- 
berg; violin and pf. © Leopold 
Liehtenberg, New York, as the au- 
thor of the editing and the fingering. 
R 1492, Dec. 27, 1928. 372 

Spring morning ; by E. L. Ashf ord ; pf . 
© Emma Louise Ashf ord. Nashville, 
as the author. R 1653, Jan. 3, 1929. 

373 

Springtime : rondo, by E. H. Bailey, op. 
315: pf. © Eben H. Bailey, Ips- 
wich. Mass.. as the author. R 1991. 
Jan. 19, 1929. 374 

Sprites of the glen : by C. Dennee. op. 
30. no. 3; pf. © Charles Dennee. 
Brookline. Mass.. as the author. R 
1683, Jan. 17, 1929. 375 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus ; hymn, 
words by George Duffield, music by 
A. Geibel. © Adam Geibel. Phila- 
delphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1874, Feb. 1, 1929. 376 



Steams (C. C.) Nocturne; violin and 
pf. © Florence B. Condy. Boston, as 
the executor of the author. R 1996, 
Jan. 19. 1929. 377 

Still, still with Thee; hymn anthem, 
music by G. A. Burdett ; mixed 
voices and organ. © George A. Bur- 
dett, Newton Centre, Mass., as the 
author of the music. R 1504, Dec. 
27, 1928. 378 

Still, still with Thee; hymn-anthem, 
words by Harriet Beecher Stowe, 
music by J. H. Rogers ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. © James H. Rogers, 
Cleveland, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1751, Jan. 25, 1929. 379 

String quartet album for the young ; 
melodies from different countries, 
arr. by E. Herrmann, op. 2 ; 2 vio- 
lins, viola and violoncello. © Eduard 
Herrmann. New York, as the author 
of the arrangement. R 1503, Dec. 
27, 1928. 380 

Summer noon : by M. R. Lang. op. 37, 
no. 4 ; med. voice. © Margaret 
Ruthven Lang. Boston, as the au- 
thor. R 1677, Jan. 17, 1929. 381 

Summer winds ; cho., music by D. S. 
Smith ; women's voices. © David 
Stanley Smith, New Haven, as the 
author of the music. R 1579, Jan. 3, 
1929. 382 

Sun (The) goes down; hymn anthem, 
arr. by Max Spicker; mixed voices 
and organ. © Elizabeth Spicker 
Eisner, New York, as the widow of 
the author of the arrangement. R 
1489, Dec. 27, 1928. 383 

Sunbeams and shadows ; tone poem, by 
R. A. Reiser [i. e. R. A. K. King] 
© Robert A. Keiser King, New York, 
as the author. R 1857, Jan. 15. 1929. 

384 

Sur le lac; barcarolle, par G. Falken- 
berg; pf. © Georges Falkenberg, 
Paris, as the author. R 1963, Jan. 
3, 1929. 385 

Sweet and low : poem by Tennyson, set 
to music by S. Homer ; mezzo-sop. or 
bar. © Sidney Homer, Bolton, N. 
Y., as the author of the music. R 
1717. Jan. 25, 1929. 386 

Sweet flower of Normandie ; words by 
William H. Gardner, music by A. 
Geibel. © Adam Geibel. Philadel- 
phia, as the author of the music. 
R 1990, Dec. 26, 1928. 387 



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Sweet Salonia ; serenade, words by Bob 
Cole and J. W. Johnson, music by 
Rosamond Johnson [i. e. J. Rosa- 
mond Johnson] © James Weldon 
Johnson and J. Rosamond Johnson. 
New York, as one of the authors of 
the words and the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1416, Jan. 4, 1929. 388 

Te Deum laudamus in F ; music by 
Thomas G. Shepard ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. © Bertine Bell Obrecht, 
Indianapolis, and Collins Shepard 
Bell, Wabash, 111., as the next of kin 
of the author of the music, who is 
not living. R 1735, Jan. 19, 1929. 

389 

Teakettle song ; by N. E. Swift, op. 10, 
no. 4 ; pf. © Newton E. Swift, New 
York, as the author. R 1576, Jan. 
23, 1929. 390 

Tell me, dearest maiden; poem by H. 
Heine, music by W. D. Armstrong. 
© William D. Armstrong, Alton, 111., 
as the author of the' music. R 1599, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 391 

Tema con variazioni ; by A. Foote, op. 
32; string quartette; in A min. © 
Arthur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., 
as the author. R 1669, Jan. 17, 1929. 

392 

They have taken away my Lord ; duet, 
music by E. L. Ashford ; sop. and 
alto. © Emma L. Ashford, Nash- 
ville, as the author of the music. R 
1773, Dec. 19, 1928. 393 

Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise) 
Ouverture de Mignon ; arr. par Er- 
nest Alder ; violon et pf . © Marie 
Berthe Armandine Riehelet, Mala- 
koff, France, as the executor of the 
author of the arrangement. R 1953. 
Jan. 3, 1929. 394 

Thought (A) ; by M. R. Lang, op, 37, 
no. 1 ; med. voice. © Margaret 
Ruthven Lang, Boston, as the author. 
R 1674, Jan. 17, 1929. 395 

Three-leaved clover ; trio, words by 
Arthur Macy, music by Frederic 
Field Bullard ; sop. 1, 2 and alto. 
© Maud S. Bullard, So. Orleans, 
Mass., as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1764, Jan. 25. 1929. 

396 

Thy voice is heard ; poem by Tenny- 
son, set to music by S. Homer ; 
mezzo-sop. or bar. © Sidney Homer, 
Bolton, N. Y., as the author of the 
music. R 1718, Jan. 25, 1929. 397 

To spring ; valse, par Waldteufel ; pf . 
© Henri Lucien Gustave Waldteufel, 



St. Mande, France, Louis Rene Jean 
Waldteufel, Aulnay sous bois, France, 
Helene Marie Victorine Berthe Wald- 
teufel, epouse de Charles Gustave 
Henri Rolet, Paris, as the children 
of the deceased author. R 1940, Jan. 
3, 1929. 398 

Treasures (The) of the sea are buried 
deep ; words by J. T. Branen, music 
by H. W. Petrie. © J. T. Branen, 
New York, as the author of the 
words, and Julia C. Petrie, Chicago, 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 1411, Jan. 4, 1929. 399 

Trickling brook ; romance, by E. H. 
Bailey, op. 315; pf. © Eben H. 
Bailey, Ipswich, Mass., as the au- 
thor. R 1992, Jan. 19, 1929. 400 

Trilliums (The) ; pt. song, poem by 
Arlo Bates, music by A. Foote, op. 
49, no. 1; women's voices. © Ar- 
thur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., as 
the author of the music. R 1690, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 401 

Trusting in Thy love ; words by Wil- 
liam H. Gardner, music by A. Geibel ; 
low voice, in G. © Adam Geibel, 
Philadelphia, as the author of the 
music. R 1986, Dec. 26, 1928. 402 

Tryste Noel ; by M. R. Lang, op. 37, 
no. 5 ; med. voice. © Margaret Ruth- 
ven Lang, Boston, as the author. R 
1678, Jan. 17, 1929. 403 

Twilight murmurings ; by Homer N. 
Bartlett, op. 193 : pf. © John B. C. 
Bartlett, New York, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 1516, Dec. 
15, 1928. 404 

Until God's day ; music by Dudley 
Buck; sop. or ten., in G. © Helen 
B. Buck, and Madeline Blossom, New 
York, as the next of kin of the author 
of the music, who is not living. R 
1505, Dec. 27, 1928. 405 

Uplifted voices ; words by James B. 
Thompson, music by A. Geibel; fe- 
male voices. © Adam Geibel, Phila- 
delphia, as the author of the music. 
R 1872, Feb. 1, 1929. 406 

Valse brillante; by A. Whiting; pf. 
© Arthur Whiting, New York, as the 
author. R 1480, Dec. 27, 1928. 407 

Valse capricante ; par Theodore Lack, 
op. 208; pf. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victorine Tissier, Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 1954, Jan. 
3, 1929. 408 



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Valse en sourdine; par A. Perilhou; 
pf. © Albert Perilhou, Tain, Drome, 
France, as the author. R 1978, Jan. 
3, 1929. 409 

Valse £pheinere ; par Theodore Lack, 
op. 209; pf. © Berthe Marguerite 
Victorine Tissier, Paris, as the 
widow of the author. R 1957. Jan. 
3, 1929. 410 

Yalse fileuse ; par Theodore Lack, op. 
207; pf. © Berthe Marguerite Vic- 
torine Tissier. Paris, as the widow of 
the author. R 1956, Jan. 3, 1929. 

411 

Valse lente ; par L. Masson ; flute et 
pf. © Louis Masson, Paris, as the 
author. R 1966, Jan. 3, 1929. 412 

Vesper bells : by C. W. Krogniann, op. 
15, arr. by C. Grun [pseud, of Chas. 
W. Greene] ; violin and pf. © C. W. 
Greene. Franklin, N. H., as the child 
of the deceased author of the ar- 
rangement. R 1731, Jan. 8, 1929. 

413 

Vision (La) de Dante; poeme sym- 
phonique en trois chants, un pro- 
logue et un epilogue, poesie de Eu- 
gene et Edouard Adenis, musique de 
R. Brunei. © Raoul Brunei, Paris, 
as the author of the music. R 1920, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 414 

Vita nostra plena bellis (Mortal life 
is full of battle) ; motet, Latin hymn 
of Alanus Insulanus, tr. by John 
Hayes, music by A. Foote, op. 
47; mixed voices, a capella. © Ar- 
thur Foote, Newton Center, Mass., 
as the author of the music. R 1670, 
Jan. 17, 1929. 415 

Waldmere : march, by F. H. Losey ; 
orch. © Frank Hoyt Losey, Erie, 
Pa., as the author. R 1871, Jan. 30, 
1929. 416 

Wayside (The) flower; by Homer N. 
Bartlett, op. 193, no. 3 : pf . © John 
B. C. Bartlett, New York, as the 
child of the deceased author. R 
1514, Dec. 15, 1928. 417 

Weg (Der) zum herzen ; gavotte, von 
P. Lincke: orch. © Paul Lincke, 
Berlin, as the author. R 1898, Feb. 
1, 1929. 418 

Welcome happy morning ; Easter carol, 
words by V. Fortunatus, tr. by John 
Ellerton, music by E. S. Hosmer ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. © Elmer 
S. Hosmer, Providence, R. I., as the 
author of the music. R 1750, Jan. 
25, 1929. 419 



When de debble comes 'round ; words 
by R. E. Phillips, music by H. T. 
Burleigh. © Harry T. Burleigh, 
New York, as the author of the mu- 
sic. R 1740, Jan. 9, 1929. 420 

When love is young; by H. Engel- 
mann, op. 452; pf., 4 hands. © 
Marie C. Engelmann, Burholme, Pa., 
as the widow of the author. R 1609, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 421 

When the band plays ragtime ; words 
by J. W. Johnson, music by Bob 
Cole. © James W. Johnson, New 
York, as the author of the words. 
R 1656, Jan. 16, 1929. 422 

When we were twenty-one; waltzes, 
by M. H. Kohn; pf. © Milton H. 
Kohn, Newark, N. J., as the author. 
R 1903, Jan. 8, 1929. 423 

Whip and spur ; by F. A. Franklin ; 
pf. © Frederic A. Franklin, Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., as the author. R 
1646, Jan. 3. 1929. 424 

Whispered (A) vow; song, music by 
W. P. Hartwell- Jones. © Paulina 
M. Hartwell- Jones, Brondesbury, 
England, as the widow of the author 
of the music. R 1619, Jan. 3, 1929. 

425 

White wavelets; words by H. Boulton. 
music by H. Lohr. (In A garland 
of song) © Harold Boulton, Lon- 
don, as the author of the words and 
Herman Lohr, London, as the author 
of the music. R 1472, Nov. 10, 1928. 

426 

Wilt plead for me ; hymn anthem, mu- 
sic by J. H. Tenney. © Alice P. 
Tenney, Ipswich, Mass., as the 
widow of the author of the music. 
R 1770, Dec. 14. 1928. 427 

With glowing heart I'd praise Thee ; 
hymn anthem, words by F. S. Key, 
music by J. S. Fearis. © John S. 
Fearis, Chicago, as the author of 
the music. R 1785. Dec. 14, 1928. 

428 

Woodland (The) path; by Homer N. 
Bartlett, op. 193, no. 4 : pf . © John 
B. C. Bartlett, New York, as the 
child of the deceased author. R 
1515, Dec. 15, 1928. 429 

Woodland town ; words by H. Boul- 
ton, music by H. Lohr. (In A gar- 
land of song) © Harold Boulton, 
London, as the author of the words 
and Hermann Lohr, London, as the 
author of the music. R 1475, Nov. 
10, 1928. 430 



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Yachting glee ; four-part song, words 
by S. Virginia Levis, music by A. 
Geibel; male voices, © Adam Gei- 
bel, Philadelphia, as the author of 
the music. R 1982, Dec. 26. 1928. 

431 

You'se sweet to yo' mammy jes' de 
same ; words by Bob Cole and J. 
W. Johnson, music by Rosamond 
Johnson [i. e. J. R. Johnson] © 
James W. Johnson, New York, as 
one of the authors of the words, and 
J. Rosamond Johnson, New York, 
as the author of the music. R 1899, 
Feb. 1, 1929. 432 



Young America ; march, by Richard 
Goerdeler; pf., 4 hands, © Wil- 
helmina C. A. Goerdeler, Brooklyn, 
as the widow of the author. R 1628, 
Jan. 3, 1929. 433 

Young America march ; by Richard 
Goerdeler; pf. © Wilhelmina C. A. 
Goerdeler, Brooklyn, as the widow 
of the author. R 1640, Jan. 3, 1929. 

434 

Yuletide bells ; by E. L. Ashf ord ; pf . 
© Emma Louise Ashford, Nashville, 
as the author. R 1648, Jan. 3, 1929. 

435 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFTCE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING : 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 



1929 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 

No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration.'' 



Explanations to be Noted by Users or This Catalogue 

*T\HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
•*• taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical compo- 
sitions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is 
followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently 
alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

EXCEPTIONS. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music, instead of dis- 
tributing them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by 
an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search should 
be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); 
Balfe (Michael William); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Bellini (Vincenzo); 
Brahms (Johannes); Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie); Chopin (Frederic 
Francois); Delibes (Clement Philibert Leo); Donizetti (Gaetano); Flotow 
(Friedrich von); Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul); Gounod (Charles Francois); 
Grieg (Edvard Hagerup); Handel (Georg Friedrich); Haydn (Franz Josef); 
Liszt (Franz) ; Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) ; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 
(Jacob Ludwig Felix); Meyerbeer (Giacomo); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); 
Puccini (Giacomo); Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Rubinstein (Anton Greg- 
orovitch); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann 
(Robert Alexander); Strauss (Richard); Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise); 
Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Verdi (Giuseppe); Wagner (Richard). 

(2) COLLECTIONS having general titles, such as " Fimf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name without 
cross reference from the titles, and search should only be made under the 
names of the composers. 

IMPRINTS. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address 
of the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the 
fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint, giving place of publication 
and name of publisher. 



EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is ab- 
breviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; " ©," 
implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "©1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; 
and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of copyright renewals made for musical compositions under sec- 
tion 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue 
immediately following the text. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index 
to both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which 
must be for the complete calendar year, is $3, payable in advance, to the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, 
express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
prices of the various parts of the catalogue are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2.00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts, for complete calendar year 10. 00 



(III) 



NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office ma}^ be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1925, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office and are 
not to be, transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by 
such claimant prior to December 31, 1928. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps 
are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be 
supplied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. C. 



(iv) 



RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UN- 
AUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

The United States has established reciprocal copyright protection 
for music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical 
instruments in the case of the countries listed below. The Presi- 
dent's proclamations to this effect were printed in the Catalogue of 
Copyright Entries, Part 3, as follows : 

Australia and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, vol. 

13 (1918), pages vi-viii of no. 5; 
Austria, vol. 17 (1922), pages vii-viii of no. 6, and vol. 20 (1925), 

pages vii-viii of nos. 3-4 ; 
Belgium, vol. 6 (1911), pages v-vi of no. 7; 
Canada, vol. 18 (1923), pages vi-viii of no. 8; 
Cuba, vol. 6 (1911), pages iv-v of no. 12; 
Czechoslovakia, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 4; 
Denmark, vol. 15 (1920), pages xii-xiv of no. 13; 
Finland, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 12; 
France, vol. 13 (1918), pages xi-xii of no. 5; 
Germany, vol. 6 (1911), pages vi-vii of no. 7, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages ix-x of no. <6; 
Great Britain, vol. 10 (1915), pages viii-ix of no. 3, and vol. 15 

(1920), pages vi-ix of no. 13; 
Hungary, vol. 17 (1922), pages xi-xii of no. 6; 
Italy, vol. 10 (1915). pages viii-ix of no. 4, and vol. 17 (1922), 

pages xiii-xiv of no. 6; 
Luxemburg, vol. 6 (1911), pages vii-viii of no. 7; 
Netherlands, vol. IS (1923), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
New Zealand, vol 12 (1917), pages v-ix of no. 3, and vol. 17 

(1922), pages xv-xix of no. 6; 
Norway, vol. 6 (1911), pages ix-x of no. 7; 
Poland, vol. 22 (1927), pages vi-vii of no. 2; 
Rumania, vol. 23 (1928), pages vi-vii of no. 7; 
Sweden, vol. 15 (1920), pages vi-vii of no. 3; 
Switzerland, vol. 19 (1924), pages vii-viii of nos. 5-6; 
Union of South Africa, vol. 19 (1924), pages vi-vii of nos. 3-4. 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914. 
This convention is understood to be in effect as between the United 
States and Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, 
Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Para- 
guay, and Uruguay. 

(?) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS - u 

• is not**&Qmm&9 stated Ji 



Notice. — When the nationality of the composer 
•entry, it is to be understood that he is a citizen of the United States. 



in the title 



A gli ainici cari ; polka, cli Giovanni 
Gioviale, of Italy. [Melody only] 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929 ; E unp. 4926 ; 
Giovanbattista Rizzo, Brooklyn. 

4578 

A la cagna ; marche, par Speranza- 
Camusat, of France; orch. pts., with 
pf. conductor. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; E for. 3075 ; 
Choudens, Paris. 4579 

A la fontaine; by H. Meyerowitz ; 
celesta and salon ensemble ; complete 
sc. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1929; E unp. 
5121 ; Harry Meyerowitz, New York. 

4580 

A te kis kertedben ; zenejet szerze, 
ifbb Berkes Bela, of Hungary. 
[Melody only] © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1929 ; E unp. 5020 ; Bela Berkes, jr., 
Budapest, Hungary. 4581 

Abbandunata ; Neapolitan song, lyric 
and music by A. A. Egidj. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1929 ; E unp. 5137 ; Arnaldo 
Armando Egidj, Brooklyn. 4582 

Accordeoniste (L') virtuose; 12 grands 
succes, pour accordeon cliromatique, 
arr. ou composes par Harold de 
Bozi, of France. 4to. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929 ; E for. 3483 ; 
Francis Salabert, Paris. 4583 

Accordion blue jazz breaks ; by Pietro 
Deiro. of Italy, domiciled at New 
York: accordion. © Mar. 10, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 16; E pub. 4284; O. Pa- 
gani & bro., New York. 4584 

Ach die liebe ; slow-fox, aus Die f rau 
in gold, worte von Leopold Jacob- 
son u. Bruno Hardt-Warden, musik 
von Michael Krausz, of Hungary, 
klavier arr. von Otto Lindemann. 
© Feb. 26. 1929; 1 c. Mar. 20; E 
for. 3159 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 4585 

Ach, sieh' doch nur den Zeppelin ; 
marschlied, text von G. Doerner, 
musik von Albin Rail, of Germany. 
© Dec. 21, 1928 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; 
E for. 3276 ; Georg Doerner, Wiesba- 
den, Germany. 4586 



Actions (The) of the just; unison 
song, words by James Shirley, music 
by U. Greville, of Great Britain. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 4to. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 
© Mar. 16, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 14; E 
for. 3357; Ursula Greville, Gerrards 
Cross, Bucks, England. 4587 

Adelaide ; words and music by H. 
Thies and Joe Brattain ; pf. © Mar. 
2, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 2; E pub. 4113; 
Henry Thies, Cincinnati. 4588 

Adellina ; words and music by L. 
Morse. [Words and melody only] 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929; E unp. 4765; 
Lee Morse, New York. 4589 

Adios Maruca ; bolero, words and mu- 
sic by R. Hernandez. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1929; E unp. 4959; Rafael Her- 
nandez, New York. 4590 

Adon Olom; ancient liturgical words, 
music by Z. Zilberts, op. 38, no. 3 ; 
bar. solo and cho., with organ or 
pf. ace. New York, Bloch pub. co. 
4to. © Nov. 30, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1929; E pub. 3838; Zavel Zilberts, 
New York. 4591 

Adventure; unison song for boys, 
words by Margaret G. Rhodes, mu- 
sic by George Rathbone, of Great 
Britain. 4to. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] © Mar. 14, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 13 ; E for. 3003 ; Novello & co., 
ltd., London. 4592 

' AepoirXavo (T'); from Kikh-koko, words 
and music by Yianni D. Komnino, 
of Italy. © Dec. 23, 1928 ; 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1929; E for. 3362; Alec