Early songs / Irving Berlin ; edited by Charles Hamm

Author(s): Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
Retrieving Holdings Information
Subjects: Popular music--United States--1901-1910
Popular music--United States--1911-1920
Formats: Print
Material Type: Printed music -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Madison, WI : Published for the American Musicological Society by A-R Editions, c1994
Series: Recent researches in American music v.20-22
Music of the United States of America v. 2
LC Classification: M
Physical Description: 1 score (3 v.) : ports, facsims ; 31 cm
Alternate Title(s): Songs.
Additional Authors: Hamm, Charles
Notes: LCCN: 94020573 /M
ISBN: 0895793059 (v. 1 : acid-free paper)
ISBN: 0895793059 (v. 3)
For voice and piano
"Irving Berlin and early Tin Pan Alley" on p. xv-xlix of v.1
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: 1. 1907-1911. Marie from sunny Italy -- Queenie -- The best of friends must part -- I didn't go home at all -- Dorando -- No one could do it like my father -- Sadie Salome (Go home) -- My wife's gone to the country (hurrah! hurrah!) -- Just like the rose -- Oh, what I know about you -- Someone's waiting for me (We'll wait, wait, wait) -- Do your duty doctor -- Goodbye, girlie, and remember me -- Wild cherries -- Oh! Where is my wife tonight -- She was a dear little girl -- Some little something about you -- If I thought you wouldn't tell -- I wish that you was my gal, Molly -- Next to your mother, who do you love -- Stop that rag (Keep on playing honey) -- Christmas-time seems years and years away -- Yiddle, on your fiddle, play some ragtime -- I just came back to say goodbye -- Before I go and marry, I will have a talk with you -- That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune -- Someone just like you -- Telling lies -- Sweet Marie, make a rag-a-time dance wid me -- If the managers only thought the same as Mother -- Oh how that German could love -- When you play that piano, Bill -- Draggy rag -- Dear Mayme, I love you -- Grizzly bear -- Call me up some rainy afternoon -- That opera rag -- I'm a happy married man -- I love you more each day -- Alexander and his clarinet -- Sweet Italian love -- Oh, that beautiful rag -- Try it on your piano -- "Thank you, kind sir," said she -- Yiddisha eyes -- Is there anything else I can do for you -- Kiss me my honey, kiss me -- Colored Romeo -- Stop, stop, stop (Come over and love me some more) -- Herman, let's dance that beautiful waltz -- Piano man -- Innocent Bessie Brown -- Dreams, just dreams -- I'm going on a long vacation -- Bring back my Lena to me -- That Kazzatsky dance -- Wishing -- Dat's-a my gal -- That dying rag -- Alexander's ragtime band -- 2. 1911-1913. Virginia Lou -- The whistling rag -- That monkey tune -- When I'm alone I'm lonesome -- I beg your pardon, dear old Broadway -- When you're in town -- Business is Business -- Spanish love -- Down to the folies bergere -- When it rains, sweetheart, when it rains -- Don't put out the light -- Molly, O! Oh, Molly -- When you kiss an Italian girl -- Ephraham played upon the piano -- You've built a fire down in my heart -- Woodman, woodman, spare that tree -- Run home and tell your mother -- After the honeymoon -- That mysterious rag -- One o'clock in the morning I get lonesome -- There's a girl in Havana -- Don't take your beau to the seashore -- Dog gone that chilly man -- Ragtime violin -- Yiddisha nightmare -- My melody dream -- You've got me hypnotized -- Everybody's doing it now -- Bring back my lovin' man -- Sombrero land -- Cuddle up -- Bring me a ring in the spring and I'll know that you love me -- He promised me -- Meet me to-night -- Yankee love -- How do you do it, Mabel, on twenty dollars a week -- Pick, pick, pick, pick on the mandolin, Antonio -- I want to be in Dixie -- Take a little tip from father -- Ragtime mocking bird -- Alexander's bag-pipe band -- Opera burlesque -- Spring and fall -- I've got to have some lovin' now -- Society bear -- Lead me to that beautiful band -- Antonio -- That's how I love you -- I'm afraid, pretty maid, I'm afraid -- The million dollar ball -- A true born soldier man -- Becky's got a job in a musical show -- The ragtime jockey man -- When Johnson's quartette harmonize -- Fiddle-dee-dee -- Call again -- The elevator man going up, going up, going up, going up -- Ragtime soldier man -- Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile -- When I'm thinking of you -- Come back to me, my melody -- Do it again -- A little bit of everything -- Hiram's band -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' -- When I lost you -- My sweet Italian man -- Down in my heart -- At the Devil's ball -- Follow me around -- If all the girls I knew were like you -- Wait until your daddy comes home -- Don't leave your wife alone -- Yiddisha professor -- Goody, goody, goody, goody, good -- He's so good to me -- At the picture show -- 3. 1913-1914. Anna 'Liza's wedding day -- Welcome home -- In my harem -- My sweet Italian man -- Snookey Ookums -- The apple tree and the bumble bee -- San Francisco bound -- You picked a bad day out to say good-bye -- Happy little country girl -- We have much to be thankful for -- The ki-i-youdleing dog -- Keep on walking -- The old maids ball -- The pullman porters on parade -- Abie sings an Irish song -- The monkey doodle doo -- Somebody's coming to my house -- I was aviating around -- They've got me doin' it now -- Jake! Jake! the Yiddisher ball-player -- The international rag -- Kiss your sailor boy goodbye -- Take me back -- They've got me doin' it now medley -- You've got your mother's big blue eyes -- There's a girl in Arizona -- If you don't want me (why do you hang around) -- Tra-la la la -- Down in Chattanooga -- Daddy, come home -- This is the life -- Follow the crowd -- It isn't what he said, but the way he said it -- I love to quarrel with you -- He's a devil in his own home town -- Along came Ruth -- If I had you -- If you don't want my peaches (you'd better stop shaking my tree) -- God gave you to me -- They're on their way to Mexico -- The haunted house -- I want to go back to Michigan (down on the farm) -- If that's your idea of a wonderful time (take me home) -- Always treat her like a baby -- He's a rag picker -- Furnishing a home for two -- Stay down here where you belong -- That's my idea of paradise -- When it's night time in Dixie land -- It can't be did -- Angelo -- How can you love such a man -- What am I gonna do -- The funny little melody -- Revival day -- Hey, wop -- Down on Uncle Jerry's farm -- I could live on love and kisses -- I want a harem of my own -- I've got a lot of love for you -- I've got to catch a train, goodbye -- Somewhere (but where is it) -- The tattooed man -- You're goin' to lose your baby some day -- That humming rag -- Father's beard -- Alexander's ragtime band. March and twostep -- That international rag! March and twostep -- Morning exercise fox trot -- Wild cherries rag -- Grizzly bear rag -- Oh that beautiful rag -- That mysterious rag. Characteristic intermezzo
OCLC Number: 31294984
ISBN/ISSN: 0895793059