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Uma festa no Brazil: Fox-Trot
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Uma festa no Brazil: Fox-Trot

By F. J. Freire Junior

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Financial, Moto-pianos – Pianos e Musicas, R. Goncalves Dias, 80 [c. 1923]. [1],2,[1] pp., one leaf folded once. Quarto. Large tear repaired with paper tape, which could be easily removed for more archival repairs. Edgewear, stains, foxing. Fair. P.O. sig. with date (Dec. 20, 1923). For solo piano. ''Ao distincto amigo e inspirado compositor Eduardo Souto.'' Ad for publisher/music dealer on back.. Wraps. Fair. Quarto.

$16.10

Assobiador: Fox Trot
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Assobiador: Fox Trot

By Crasselt, Curt (musica); Orfeo (letra)

Sao Paulo: Off. Musical (ARS) [ca. 1923]. [1],2,[1] pp., one leaf folded once. Quarto. Pages tanned, edgewear. For piano and voice, (words above piano part). The stamp of music dealer Casa Mozart Musicas, Lino Jose Barbaso, Av. Rio Branco, 127, Rio on the front cover. P.O. sig. with date (Dec. 20, 1923). Ads for four more pieces on rear (''Fox-trots que triumpham em todas as salas chics.''): Ultimo Retoque Fox-trot, Mandarim Fox trot, Adio Cabaret Tango Argentino, and Triste Gaucho Tango Argentino. . Wraps. Fair. Quarto.

$16.10

La Valse des Adieux
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La Valse des Adieux

By Nadaud, G. [Gustave Nadaud, 1820-1893]

New York: Beer & Schirmer, 1865. 4 pp. [cover, 2 p. score, catalog no. 2] Folio. Some foxing and offsetting, wear at extremities, disbound. Cover title: Choix de Romances Francaises favorite. For voice and piano. Text in French, with English translation. ''Il est un air a la fois vif et tendre, dont j'ai garde le touchant souvenir. J'aimais jadis; J'aime encore a l'entendre: il m'annoncait qu'elle devait venir.'' Nadaud is known for his political chansons in the tradition of Piere-Jean de Beranger. This, of course, is not a political song. Catalog on last page of vocal music offered by G. Schirmer, 701 Broadway (1866-1880), including Songs, Secular vocal ensemble music, and Sacred vocal ensemble music. Compositions by American composer Dudley Buck in the catalog indicate that this was probably a later printing from the same plates much later than 1865, yet WorldCat only finds two copies of this imprint.. Wraps. Very Good. Folio - 13'' X 10.5''.

$28.10

You Said Something (from Have a Heart)
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You Said Something (from Have a Heart)

By Kern, Jerome (music); Wodehouse, P. G. (book); Bolton, Guy (book)

New York: T. B. Harms, 1916. 5 pp. 10.5 X 13 inches. '''All the girls I see Make a hit with me, Where'er I wander, I love brunettes or something blonder.''. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$28.99

Hold Me in Your Heart
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Hold Me in Your Heart

By Straight, Charley (music); Sherwood, Ray (lyric)

Williamsport, Penna: Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., 1920. 3 pp. 9.25 X 12. Some ink has chipped from title head, a fold and tear to the top fore edge corner. Very good. ''And with our parting kiss, Just remember this . . .''. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$14.99

The Jolly Blacksmiths March-Twostep
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The Jolly Blacksmiths March-Twostep

By Paull, E. T.; Braham, E

New York: E. T. Paull, 1905. 7 pp. Wear at extremities, detached at spine. Solo Piano. Begins with ''hammer strokes'' with grace notes on octaves. Illus: Jovial smiths work a white-hot bar of iron framed by the view out their shop door, where a boy is holding a horse.. Wraps. Good. 10.5 X 14 inches.

$18.99

When We Meet in the Sweet Bye & Bye
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When We Meet in the Sweet Bye & Bye

By Goodwin, Joe; Brockman, James; Osborne, Nat

New York: Parke, Daniels & Friedman, 1916. 5 pp. + 2 pp. samples. Art by Einson. 10.5 X 13 inches. Photo of May[?] Gordon. Voice and piano. ''We'll meet in the land of the sky, We'll meet in the sweet bye and bye, . . .''. Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Einson. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$17.99

For the Two of Us
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For the Two of Us

By Ruby, Harry (music); Leslie, Edgar (lyrics)

New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918. 3 pp. Long chips from top and spine, music in cloud is transfer. Harry Ruby turned to song writing after failing to become a professional baseball player. Composer of ''Who's Sorry Now?'' and ''I Wanna be Loved by You.''. Wraps. Fair. 10.25 X 14 inches.

$14.99

I'll Be Your Regular Sweetie (But I Won't Be Your Once in a While)
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I'll Be Your Regular Sweetie (But I Won't Be Your Once in a While)

By Rose, Fred.; Little, George; Frost, Peter S

New York: A. J. Stasny, 1920. 3 pp., one leaf. A short tear to foreedge, writing above pub. statement on fron of wraps, else very good. ''And if you think that you can't be true, I'd be just as independent as you.''. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$14.99

Oh How I Laugh When I Think How I Cried About You
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Oh How I Laugh When I Think How I Cried About You

By White, Willy (music); Turk, Roy, Jessel, George (lyric)

New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919. 5 pp. 9.25 X 12 inches. Some chewing to top fore edge. Very good. Illustrated Barbelle. ''You taught me a lesson I'll never forget, And now I'll look before I leap, you bet.''. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$11.99

It Took Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen Years to Make a Girl Like You
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It Took Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen Years to Make a Girl Like You

By Tannenhill, Frank (lyrics); Snyder, Ted (music)

New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919. 3 pp. 9.25 X 12 inches. Some stains at spine and bottom margin extending through pages, else very good. Plate Number 967-2. ''It took six days to make the world, And on the day called seven, A thing called love came from above, And someone called it Heaven.''. Wraps. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$14.00

My Angel of the Flaming Cross
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My Angel of the Flaming Cross

By Gay, Byron

New York: Sunset Publishing Corp, 1918. [1], 2-3, [1] pp. Some wear at edges. As sung by Madame Schumann-Heink for our boys of the Army and Navy. Byron Gay wrote the music for the L. Frank Baum song "Susan Doozan." Madame Schumann-Heink was an operatic contralto, most highly respected at the time, associated with the Bayreuth festival and the Metropolitan Opera, and a familiar of Struass and Mahler. During WWI she toured the United States raising money for the war effort even though she had sons in both the German and the U.S. Navy. ''There's an angel over there An angel from I know not where Smiling sweetly through her tears She drove my fears away. Little Girl who nursed me through, I owe my life to you Oh Come back, love that I found and lost My Angel of the Flaming Cross.''. Wraps. Very Good. 9'' X 12''.

$18.00

When My Baby Smiles at Me. As performed by Ted Lewis in The Greenwich Village Follies, N.Y
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When My Baby Smiles at Me. As performed by Ted Lewis in The Greenwich Village Follies, N.Y

By Munro, Bill; Lewis, Ted; Sterling, B

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1920. 5 pp. 10.5 X 13 inches. Art by Barbelle. Photo by Strang. Chipping and splitting to spine, which has been sewn. Rear wrap printed upside down and interior pages sewn in upside down. Possibly manufacturing error. Some wear with loss of printing to wraps. Fair to good. Voice and piano. ''My baby's eyes are blue . . . My baby's lips are sweet . . .''. Wraps. Fair. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$25.00

I Hate to Lose You I'm So Used to You Now
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I Hate to Lose You I'm So Used to You Now

By Clarke, Grant (words); Gottler, Archie (music)

New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918. 3 pp. 10.5 X 14 inches. Some creases at bottom of spine. Ink has been lost from wrap artwork, but image still striking. ''That isn't all I'm going to miss, A world of perfect bliss.''. Wraps. Fair. Illus. by Barbelle. 10.5 X 14 inches.

$14.99

For Johnny and Me
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For Johnny and Me

By Vontilzer, Albert (music); Brown, Lew (words)

New York: Broadway Music Corporation, 1919. 3 pp. A fold to top fore edge, else fine. ''In the spring the wedding bells will ring for Johnny and me.''. Wraps. Very Good. 9'' X 12''.

$12.99

Paul Revere's Ride, March-Galop
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Paul Revere's Ride, March-Galop

By Paull, E. T

New York: E. T. Paull, 1905. 7 pp. Spine split, considerable losses to front wrap, the rest good. Sectrional composition with galloping, cry of alarm, patriots aroused, call to arms, minutemen assembling, battle of Lexington and Concord with shot and shell. enemy routed, enemy in full retreat, and cheers of the vicotrs. Inside the back wrap, an essay by Paull with the complete text of Longfellow's poem. ''A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, And a word that shall echo forevermore!''. Wraps. Poor. 10.5 X 14.

$12.99

Sweetie O' Mine
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Sweetie O' Mine

By Alstyne, Egbert van; Gillespie, Haven

Chicago: Van Alstyne and Curtis, 1920. Unpag., one leaf folded, 2 pp. 9.25 X 12 inches. A dust shadow on front of wraps, very good. ''The choir is singing, just for that Sweetie O' Mine.''. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$14.99

What's in a Name
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What's in a Name

By Ager, Milton (music); Anderson, John Murray; Yellen, Jack (lyrics)

New York: Leo Feist, 1920. 6 pp. 9.25 X 12 inches. Spine split, else fine. . Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$14.99

All the World Will Be Jealous of Me
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All the World Will Be Jealous of Me

By Ball, Ernest R. (music); Dubin, Al. (lyric)

New York: M. Witmark & Sons,, 1917. Wear, some short tears. Good. 10.5 X 13 inches. Ethel Gray Terry and Robert Armstrong hand-colored photo.Ballad for voice and piano. ''The roses all envy the bloom on your cheek, and the sun even envies your smile.''. Wraps. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$11.99

When it's Sunset in Sweden
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When it's Sunset in Sweden

By Burtnett, Earl (music); Morrison, Dave (lyrics)

San Francisco: Sherman, Clay & Co., 1919. 3 pp. 9.25 X 12 inches. A crease to foreedge corner, split at spine. Two stains (visible in photo on cover) extending through pages. Good. ''So hurry back to Sweden and You'll find me waiting here.'' . Wraps. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$17.50

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