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Beginners

  • Country Fair: Piano Solo. Leach, Lavoy Miller. Milwaukee, WI: Schaum Publications, Inc. 1993
  • Dude. Weston, Ladonna J. Milwaukee, WI: Schaum Publications, Inc. 1995
  • Moonbase Patrol: Piano Solo. Sanders, Margaret C., and Wesley Scahum.  [Milwauke, WI]: Schaum Publications. 1977
  • Pedalboat: Piano Solo. Schaum, Wesley. Milwaukee, WI: Schaum Publications, Inc. 1982
  • The Nursery Band - Easy Suite for Piano. Nicholls, Heller. Philadelphia, Pa.: Theodore Presser Co. 1922

Furman-related

  • Furman Victory Song. Waring Fred and Charles Gaynor. Words and Music Inc. 1942
  • Hit the Line Furman Football Song. Poteat, E. McNeill. Macderg Music Co. c1924

Holidays

  • Catnique de Noël Adolphe Adam   1935
  • Children's Xmas Party. Arranged by Samuel Spivak. Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc. 1945
  • Christopher Columbus (A Rhythm Cocktail) words by Andy Razaf and music by Leon Berry Joe Davis, Inc., New York City 1936
  • Christopher Columbus (The World Ain’t Big Enough for Me) Terry Gilkyson American Music Inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1951
  • Columbia's Christmas Library Vol. 6: Special Songs for a Special Time   Columbia Pictures Publications 1970s
  • Do You Hear What I Hear Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne. Regent Music Corporation 1962
  • Every Witch Way John Revezoulis Schaum Publications, Inc. 1997
  • Frosty the Snow Man. Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins. Hill and Range Songs, Inc. 1950
  • Galloping Ghosts Ladonna J. Weston and Wesley Schaum Schaum Publications, Inc. 1990
  • Halloween Surprise John G. Revezoulis Schaum Publications, Inc. 1998
  • I'll Be Home for Christmas. Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, and Buck Ram. Anne-Rachel Music Corporation 1957
  • Jingle-Bell Rock Joe Beal and Jim Boothe. Hill and Range Songs, Inc. 1950
  • Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Johnny Marks. St. Nicholas Music, Inc. 1949
  • Santa Claus is coming to town. Coots, J. Fred (Music), Haven Gillespie (Words). U.S.A.: Leo Feist, Inc. 1934
  • The Little Drummer Boy. Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati, and Harry Simeone. Mills Music, Inc. 1958
  • Winter Wonderland. Words by Dick Smith, Music by Felix Bernard. Bergman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. 1934

Images of African-American

  • Carry Me Back to Old Virginn.y James A. Bland Oliver Ditson Company 1906
  • Down South: Five Piano Solos for Early Grades. Dorothy Gaynor Blake The Wills Music Co. 1928
  • Oh! How I Miss You Mammy. Words by M.C. Freedman and music by H.D. Squiers A.J.Stasny Music Co. 1920
  • Shortnin' Bread. Arranged by Fred K. Huffer Calumet Music Co. 1939
  • Sweetest Little Rose In Tennessee: A Lullaby. Cal De Voll Ted Browne Music Co. 1924
  • Two Piano Solos: Saturday Night Jamboree and Singing in the Cotton Field. Walie M. Fisher The Willis Music Co. 1945
  • Water Boy: A Negro Convict Song. Arranged by Avery Robinson Winthrop Rogers, Ltd. 1922

Images of Women

  • A Penny a Kiss- A Penny a Hug. words and music by Buddy Kaye and Ralph Care Shapiro. Bernstein & Co. Inc. 1950
  • A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl. Bob Merrill Valyr Music Corp. 1956
  • Alice. J. Ascher Eclipse Publishing Co. 1909
  • Angels Ever Bright and Fair From Theodora. Handel    
  • Arrah Go On I’m Gonna Go Back to Oregon. Words by Joes Young and Sam Lewis Music by Bert Grant   1916
  • Beautiful Star of Heaven. Louis A. Drumheller Jos. Morris 1905
  • Beautiful Thoughts of Love. Jerome Heller Church, Paxson and Company 1910
  • Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand). Lyrics Jacob Jacobs, music Sholum Secunda Harms Inc. 1937
  • Boyfriend. Words and music by Ashlee Simpson, John Shanks, and Kara Dioguardi EMI Music Publishing 2005
  • Can't Forget You. Words and music by Jorge Casa, Clay Ostwald, and Jon Secada Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Inc./Estefan Enterprises 1990
  • Charme d’Amour (Love’s Spell). Edwin F. Kendall M. Witmark & Sons 1907
  • Congratulations Valse: listed by Victor Talking Machine Co., as Castles Lame Duck Waltz. James Reese Europe G. Ricordi & Co. 1914
  • Danube Waves Waltz, Dance Music, First Series. Joseph Ivanovici McKinley Music Co. 1920
  • Deja Vu Beyonce. Words and music by Makeba Riddick, Rodney Jerkins, Shawn Carter, John Webb Jr., Beyonce Knowles, Delisha Thomas, and Kelly Price EMI Music Publishing 2006
  • Dreaming Alone in the Twilight. Words by Carl Clemson, music by Hartley Moore Oliver Ditson Company 1919
  • Dreaming, waltz. Archibald Joyce   1911
  • Egyptian Glide. Alexander Maloof E.T. Paull Music Co. 1914
  • Everybody’s Doin’ It Now. Irving Berlin Ted Snyder Co. 1911
  • Feist Dance Folio No. 7.   Leo Feist inc, 1923
  • Garden of Dreams. Harry J. Lincoln I Vandersloot Music Publishing Co. 1909
  • Here’s a Rose for You. Music by Geo. B. McConnell Emmett J. Welch 1914
  • Hold Me (Ziegfeld Follies of 1920). Art Hickman and Ben Black Jerome H. Remick and Co. 1920
  • I Used to Call her Baby. Words and music by Howard Johnson, Murray Roth, and Cliff Hess Leo Feist Inc. 1919
  • I Want the Twilight and You. Words by Arthur J. Lamb, Music by Charles H. Maskell Morris Music Pub. Co. 1920
  • I Want to Be Loved Like a Baby. William Witol American Music Pub. Co. 1923
  • I'm Through (Shedding Tears over You). Lyrics by Karyl Norman, Music by Edwin J. Weber Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1922
  • Just Dreaming of You. A. H. Eastman and Fred Heltman The Fred Heltman Co. 1915
  • Just for To-Night. George L. Cobb Van and Schneck 1914
  • Meditation for the Piano. C.S. Morrison The John Church Company 1896
  • My Cutey’s Due at Two-to-Two To-Day. [Image of African American Bell Hop on cover] Music by Leo Robin, Albert von Tilzer and Irving Bibo Bibo, Bloedon & Lang  1926
  • My Lady Walks in Loveliness. Ernest Charles   1932
  • My Sunny Sue: A Rustic Ballade. Geo. Hamilton Vandersloot Music Co. 1902
  • Nights of Gladness. Charles Ancliffe Hawkes & Son 1912
  • On Treasure Island. Edgar Leslie and Joe Burke Joe Morris Music Co. 1935
  • Orvetta Waltz. E.B. Spencer Eclipse Publishing Co. 1879
  • Our Love. Larry Clinton, Buddy Bernier, Bob Emmerich Chappell & Co., Inc. 1939
  • Palais de Danse. Various composers Academic Music Co. 1914
  • Parlez-moi d’amour. words and music by Jean Lenoir Smyth 1930
  • Passing of Salome Waltz. Archibald Joyce Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Ltd. 1912
  • Peg O’ My Heart. Words by Alfred Bryan and music by Fred Fisher Leo. Feist Inc. 1913
  • Proud Mary. words and music by John C. Fogerty Jondora Music 1969
  • Rose Dreams Reverie. A.J. Stastny   1914
  • Scarf Dance. C. Chaminade Eclipse Publishing Co. 1920s
  • She Can't Say No. Words by Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer Henry Waterson, Inc. 1925
  • Sicilian Saltarello (Ten Aruarelles for Piano). F. Paolo Frontini G. Schirmer 1908
  • Star Dance Folio No. 19b. Compiled and Edited by J. Bodewalt Lampe Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1918
  • Star Dance Folio No. 22. Compiled and Edited by J. Bodewalt Lampe Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1921
  • Stars Are the Windows of Heaven. Tommy Malie and Jimmy Steiger Pickwick Music Corporation 1926
  • Take Me Out to the Ball Game. Albert Von Tilzer York Music Co. 1908
  • That Old Girl of Mine. Egbert van Alstyne Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1912
  • The Bells of St. Mary's. Words by Douglas Furber, Music by E. Emmett Adams Chappell & Co., Inc. 1917
  • The Chimes. Harry Armstrong M. Witmark & Sons 1912
  • The Curse of an Aching Heart (You Made Me What I am To Day). Al. Piantadosi Leo Feist Inc. 1913
  • The Wedding of Jack and Jill. Music by J. Fred Coots Leo Feist Inc. 1935
  • There’s A Little Spark of Love still Burning.     1914
  • There’s Something Nice About Everyone “But” There’s Everything Nice About You. Music by Pete Wendling Henry Waterson Inc. 1927
  • Through the Years. Words by Edward Heyman, music by Vincent Youmans Miller Music Corporation 1931
  • Tonawanda: An Indian Characteristic. A.F. Marzian A.F. Marzian, New Albany Ind. 1913
  • Universal Dance Folio for Piano. Arranged by Irving Berlin Inc. Irving Berlin Inc. 1927
  • Walking Down Mainstreet. John Paul Jones Schaum Publications, Inc. 1990
  • Wang-Wang-Blues. Words by Leo Wood, Music by Gus. Mueller, "Buster" Johnson, Henry Busse Leo Feist Inc. 1921
  • When Day is Done. Words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Dr. Robert Katscher Harms Incorporated 1926
  • When I was a dreamer and you were my dream. Words by Roger Lewis and George A. Little, music by Egbert Van Alstyne   1914
  • Where Memory Dwells. Louis A. Drumheller The Jos. Morris Co. 1909
  • Woman in Love. Written by Barry and Robin Gibb Theodore Presser Company 1980

International

  • Ancient Pagoda. David Biel. Schaum Publications, Inc. 1996
  • Core ‘ngrato, canzone napoletana (Neopolitan song). Salvatore Cardillo, verses by Riccardo Cordiferro.    
  • Guantanamera. Arranged by John W. Schaum. Schaum Publications, Inc. 1978
  • Hava Nagila. Axel Alexander. Hall Publications, Inc. 1967
  • Killarney Moon. Words by Charles La Salle, Music by Tom Parker.   1915
  • Marcheta: A Love Song of Old Mexico. Poem and music by Victor Schertzinger. John Franklin Music Co. 1913
  • My Dreamy China Lady. music Egbert van Alstyne. Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1916
  • Out of the East. lyrics by Jean C. Havez. Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1918
  • Over the Alpine Mountains. Music by Fred Fischer. Leo Feist Inc. 1914
  • Pan Americana No. 2 A Folio of the Outstanding Latin American Hit Songs of the Year.   Peer International Corp. 1944
  • Sombrero. Alfred Cahn. Schaum Publications, Inc. 1996
  • Vienna Remembered. Alfred Cahn. Schaum Publications, Inc. 1991

Nineteenth Century

  • Piano Compositions. G.D. Wilson. Oliver Ditson Co. 1887
  • The Gayeties. Alfred Giuliani. Theodore Presser Co. 1895
  • The Little Masqueraders. J.F. Zimmermann. Theodore Press. 1897

Regional

  • Beautiful Hawaiian Love. Dorothy Terris and Ehtel Bridges. Leo Feist, Inc. 1920
  • Everything is Peaches down in Georgia. Music by Milton Ager and Geo. W. Meyer. Leo Feist Inc. 1918
  • Georgia Lullaby. Charles Cordray. Forster Music Publisher Inc. 1923
  • I Can Hear the Ukuleles Calling Me. Lyric by Nat Vincent, music by Herman Paley. New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1918
  • She is the Sunshine of Virginia. Harry Carroll. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. 1916
  • Songs of the Old Homestead. Various Composers. C. D. Blake & Co. 1886
  • Texas Tunes. David W. Guion. G. Schirmer, Inc. 1930
  • The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au). English lyrics by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, Hawaiian lyrics and music by Charles E. King. Pickwick Music Co. 1958
  • Underneath Hawaiian Skies. Music by Ernie Erdman. Leo Feist, Inc. 1920

Religious

  • A Madonna of the entry. By Herbert Sanders ; Agnes Manle Machar Boston : Boston Music. c1913
  • Angels Ever Bright and Fair. Handel, George Frideric, and J. W. Windsor [London?]: J.D. Loder. 1900
  • Approach the mercy seat. P.A. Schnecker The Lorenz Publishing Co. 1901
  • Ave Maria. Caccini, Giulio, Georgs Brimuns, and Inessa Galante Cheadle, England: Wilson Editions. 1995
  • Day dreams, visions of bliss : duet: Bozena and Aladar. lyric by Robert B. Smith ; music by Heinrich Reinhardt [New York] : Jos. W. Stern & Co. c1910
  • Just for To-Night: Sacred Song. R. S. Ambrose Arthur P. Schmidt. 1904
  • My Own Hymn Book. By Ada Richter Theodore Presser Co. 1941
  • Shepherd divine, I come. Music by Frederic Jerome  Chicago : McKinley Music. c1900
  • The Invincible Folio of Sacred Songs for High Voice: A Collection of Music by the Famous Composers of Europe and America.  Cincinnati: John Church Co. 1908
  • The King of Glory. Florence H. Thompson Theodore Presser Co. 1903
  • The New World: Sacred Song. pPoem by Theron Brown, musical setting by Herbert Johnson The Waldo Music Co. 1900
  • The Rosary. By Ethelbert Nevin, words by Robert Cameron Rogers The Boston Music Co. 1912
  • To the haven of thy breast. Music by Frederic Jerome McKinley Music Co. 1900
  • Happy Songs for Happy Children,: a collection of new songs for boys and girls.  Cincinnati, Ohio : Fillmore Music House. c1913

South Carolina

  • Back to the Carolina You Love. Bette Tannon. Porgie Debin & Friedman Inc., New York. 1941
  • Carolina in the Morning. Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson. Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York and Detroit. 1922
  • Carolina Lullaby. Louis Panella and Walter Hirsch. Harrison Music Co. Inc, Detroit. 1921
  • Carolina Mammy. Billy James. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1923
  • Carolina Moon. Benny Davis and Joe Burke. Joe Morris Music Co., New York City. 1928
  • Carolina Rolling Stone. Mitchell Parish, Eleanor Young and Harry D. Squires. Joe Morris Music Co., New York. 1921
  • Carolina Sunshine. Walter Hirsch and Erwin R. Schmidt. Happy Von Tilzer, Music Pub. Co., New York. 1919
  • Carolina’s Calling Me. Bob Charles. Santly Bros., Inc. New York City. 1931
  • Carry Me Back to my Carolina Home. lyrics by Benny Davis, music by Abner Silver. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 1921
  • Dinah from Carolina. words by Junie McCree, music by Albert von Tilzer. The York Music Co. 1909
  • Dreamy Carolina Moon. Evans Lloyd and Edwin Schmidt. Ted Browne Music Co. Inc, Chicago, Ill. 1925
  • It’s Sunday Down In Caroline. Marty Symes, Al. J. Neiburg and Jerry Levinson. Santly Bros, Inc., New York City. 1933
  • Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina. Bette Tannon. Porgie Debin & Friedman Inc., New York. 1941
  • Lay Me Down To Sleep In Carolina. Jack Yellen and Milton Ager. Ager. Yellen & Bornstein Inc., New York. 1926
  • My Carolina Home. Clayton McMichen, Bert Lanye and Lowe Stokes. Triangle Music Pub. Co. 1927
  • Someday down in Carolina. words by Ray Egan, Music by George Hamilton Green.    
  • There is a Cradle in Caroline. Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young and Fred E. Ahlert. Henry Waterson, Inc, New York City. 1927

TV, Broadway, and Movie Scores

  • Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive (Mister-In-Between), from the film Here Come the Waves. words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harol Arlen Edwin H. Morris & Co. 1944
  • But Where Are You? , from the musical film Follow the Fleet. lyrics and music by Irving Berlin Irving Berlin Inc. 1936
  • By The Saskatchewan, from the musical comedy The Pink Lady. words by C.M.S. McLellan and music by Ivan Caryll Chappell & Co. Ltd. 1910
  • Dear Heart, from the film Dear Heart. words by Jay Livingston, music by Henry Mancini Northridge Music, Inc. & M. Witmark & Sons. 1944
  • Disney’s Blanche-Neige et Les Sept Nains (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves). music by Frank Churchill, lyrics by Larry Morey   1938
  • Faithful Forever, from the film Gulliver’s Travels. Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger Famous Music Corp. 1939
  • For Me and My Gal from the film For Me and My Gal. words by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz, music by George W. Meyer Mills Music, Inc. 1917
  • Have a Little Faith in Me, from the film Spring is here. lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young and music by Harry Warren Remick Music Corp. 1930
  • Here Comes the Sandman, from the film Mr. Dodd takes the Air. lyrics by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren M. Witmark & Sons. 1937
  • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, from the film I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now. words by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Joseph E. Howard Edward B. Marks Music Corp. 1957
  • Indian Love Call, from Rose-Marie: A Musical Play. Book and Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Music by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart   1924
  • It Had to be You, from the film Show Business. words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones Remick Music Corp. 1939(?)
  • Lara's Theme From Dr. Zhivago. Maurice Jarre Robbins Music Corporation 1965
  • Long Ago (and Far Away), from the film Cover Girl. words by Ira Gershwin, music by Jerome Kern Crawford Music Corp. 1944
  • My Hero (Solo), from the Opera The Chocolate Soldier. music by Oscar Straus and English Libretto by Stanislaus Stange Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1908
  • One Alone. Book and Lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammertein II, and Frank Mandel, music by Sigmund Romberg  1925
  • Personality, from the film Road to Utopia. words by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen Burke & Van Heusen, Inc. 1955
  • Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey, from the film In Old Oklahoma. words by Junie McCree, music by Alber Von Tilzer Broadway Music Corp. 1937
  • Say a Pray’r for the Boys Over There, from the war film Hers to Hold. words by Herb Magidson and music by Jimmy McHugh Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., New York. 1943
  • Sayonara, from the film Sayonara. Words and music by Irving Berlin. Irving Berlin Music Corp. 1957
  • Shoo-Shoo Baby, from the film Three Cheers for the Boys. Phil Moore. Leeds Music Corp. 1943
  • Something to Remember You By, from the Broadway musical Three's a Crowd. Music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz. Harms Incorporated 1930
  • Summer of '42, theme from Summer of ’42. Michael Legrand. Warner Bros. Publications, Inc. 1971
  • Summertime, from the film Porgy and Bess. Words by Dubose Heyward, music by George Gershwin. Gershwin Publishing Corp. 1935
  • Sweet Rosie O'Grady, from the film Sweet Rosie O’Grady. Maude Nugent. Mills Music, Inc. 1923
  • The Donkey Serenade, from the film The Firefly. Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart. G. Schirmer, Inc. 1937
  • The River Kwai March, from the war film The Bridge on the River Kwai. Malcolm Arnold. Columbia Pictures Music Corporation, New York. 1957
  • The Sound of Music (from the film). Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.   1959
  • The Wedding of the Painted Doll, from the film Broadway Melody. Words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown. Sherman, Clay & Co. 1929
  • Theme from Love Story. Francis Lai, arranged by Henry Mancini. Famous Music Corp. 1971
  • There Once was a Man (in a new musical comedy The Pajama Game). Words and music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.   1954
  • This May Be the Night, from the film My Lucky Star. Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Leo Feist Inc. 1938
  • We Need a Little Christmas, from the musical Mamie. Jerry Herman. Edwin H. Morris & Co. 1966
  • When I'm Looking at You, from the film The Rogue Song. Words by Clifford Grey, Music by Herbert Stothart. Robbins Music Corp. 1929
  • When Love Comes to Your Heart, from the Quaint Musical Comedy Little Miss Charity. Music by S. R. Henry and M. Savin. Jos. W. Stern & Co. 1920
  • Will You Remember (Sweetheart Solo) , from the film Maytime. Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Sigmund Romberg. G. Schirmer, Inc. 1937
  • You’ll never walk alone. Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.   1945
  • Your Lips are No Man’s Land But Mine, from the war film Over the Top. Words by Arthur Guy Empey and music by Chas. R. Mccarron and Carey Morgan. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. 1918

Twentieth Century

  • A Real Moving Picture from Life. Words by Andrew B. Sterling, Music by Harry Von Tilzer.   1914
  • Chord Organ Music Pops No. 4. Arranged by Howard Norman.   1977
  • Clover Bloom. R.M. Stults. Theodore Presser Co. 1905
  • Come Sunday. By Duke Ellington.   1949
  • Day Dreams, Visions of Bliss Operette in two acts from the German. Music by Heinrich Reinhardt, Lyrics by Robert B. Smith.   1909
  • From the Land of Sky-Blue Water (Four American Indian Songs) Founded upon a Tribal Melody. Poem by Nelle Richmond Eberhart, Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman.   1909
  • Happy Chappies. Fred Howard and Nat Vincent. M.M. Cole Publishing Co. 1930
  • How I Love a Summer Day. Chas. E. Roat. Chas. E. Roat Music Co., Ltd. 1915
  • In This Life, recorded by Bette Midler. Words and music by Mike Reid and Allen Shamblin. Warner Bros. Publications. 1992
  • It takes a little pain with the sunshine to make the world go round. Words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Harry Carroll.   1913
  • It's Love, Love, Love!. By Mack David, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer. Santly-Joy, Inc. 1943
  • My Cousin Caruso. Lyrics by Edward Madden, Music by Gus Edwards.   1909
  • My Devotion. Words and music by Roc Hillman and Johnny Napton. Santly-Joy-Select Music Publishers. 1942
  • Roses for Remembrance. Words by Gus Kahn, Music by Loyal Curtis.   1921
  • Scènes de Bal. Erik Meyer Helmond. Bosworth & Co. 1905
  • Showers. Words by Phyllis Lintott, music by Colin Wendell.   1936
  • Silent Strings song. Words by Helen Taylor, music by Granville Bantock.   1929
  • The Hour That Gave Me You. Music by Johann C. Schmid. Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1911
  • The One Hundred and One Best Songs. Various composers. The Cable Co. 1900
  • The Storm King. E.T. Paull. E.T. Paull Music Co. 1902
  • This is America. H. Merrills Lewis [furman]. The H.W. Gray Co., Inc. 1943
  • Trees Song. Music Oscar Rasbach. Jerry Vogel Music. Co., Inc. 1949
  • Twist My Arm. Words and music by Bruce Roberts and Andy Goldmark. Boozertoones, Inc. and Nonpareil Music, Inc. 1985
  • When I have Sung My Songs. By Ernest Charles.   1934
  • When I leave the world behind. Irving Berlin.   1915
  • When I Said I Do, recorded by Clint Black. Words and music by Clint Black. Warner Bros. Publications. 1999
  • When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose. Words by Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich.   1914

Wartime and Patriotic

  • After the War is Over. Words by E.J. Pourmon and Andrew B. Sterling and music by Joseph Woodruff. Joe Morris Music Co., New York 1918
  • American Patrol. By F.W. Meacham. Joe Morris Music Co. 1914
  • Charge of the Light Brigade March. By E.T. Paull. E.T. Paull Music Co. 1896
  • Cleanin’ My Rifle (And Dreamin’ of You). By Allie Wrubel. Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., New York. 1943
  • Columbia March. By Seneca G. Lewis. Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1917
  • Didn’t Raise My Boy to be a Soldier. Lyrics by Alfred Bryan and music by Al. Piantadosi. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1915
  • George Washington: Educational Piano Series. By George M. Cohan. Schaum Publications, Inc. 1984
  • He’s 1-A in the Army (And He’s A-1 in my Heart). By Redd Evans. Valiant Music Company, New York. 1941
  • I Ain’t Got Weary Yet. Words by Howard Johnson and music by Percy Wenrich. Leo Feist, Inc. 1918
  • I Have Come Back for a Last Good-Bye. By Lloyd F. Garrett. Frank K. Root & Co. 1918
  • I’d Like to Give My Dog to Uncle Sam (The Blind Boy and his Dog). By Dave McEnery. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, New York. 1944
  • I’d Like to See the Kaiser with a Lily in his Hand. By Henry Lewis, Howard Johnson, and Billy Frisch. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1918
  • Johnny Zero. Lyrics by Mack David and music by Vee Lawnhurst. Santly Joy Inc., New York. 1943
  • Just Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine. Words by Howard Johnson and music by Geo. W. Meyer. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1918
  • Mothers of America You Have Done Your Share. Words by Harry Ellis and music by Lew Porter. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. 1918
  • My Own U.S.A. By Frank Westphal. Gamble Hinged Music Co., Chicago. 1939
  • Only a Soldier Boy. By Chas. W. Doty. Doty & Brill, New York. 1903
  • Somewhere, Somewhere in France. Words by Wm. Vaughan Dunham and music by Shelton Brooks. Will Rossiter, Chicago. 1917
  • Spirit of Liberty. By Stanford King. Boston Music Company, Boston. 1941
  • Tell That To the Marines. Words by Harold Atteridge and music by Jean Schwarz and Al Jolson. Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York. 1918
  • The Army Air Corps. By Capt. Robert Crawford. Carl Fischer, Inc. 1942
  • The Greatest Little Mother in the World. , by Willie Weston, Kendis & Brockman, Nat Vincent.   1918
  • The Little Grey Mother Who Waits All Alone. Words by Bernard Grossman and music by Harry De Costa. M. Witmark & Sons. 1915
  • The Navy Took Them Over and the Navy Will Bring Them Back. Words by Yeoman Howard Johnson U.S.N. and music by Ira Schuster. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1918
  • There’ll Be a Hot Time for the Old Men While the Young Men are Away. By Grant Clarke and Geo. W. Meyer. Leo Feist, Inc., New York. 1918
  • There’s a Mother Old and Gray Who Needs Me Now. By Geo. H. Diamond. Harold Rossiter Music Company, Chicago. 1911
  • Two Little Shoes. By Mana-Zucca. Paull-Pioneer Music Corp. 1942
  • We Don’t Want the Bacon, What We Want is a Piece of the Rhine! By “Kid” Howard Carr, Harry Russell and Jimmie Havens. Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, New York. 1918
  • We’ll Do Our Share (While You’re Over There). Words by Lew Brown and Al Harriman and music by Jack Egan. Broadway Music Corporation, New York. 1918
  • When the Boys Come Home. Words by John Hay and music Oley Speaks. G. Schirmer, New York and Boston. 1917
  • When We Plant Old Glory in Berlin. By Gordon Sizemore, Abe Hill, and Orth Bell. American Music, Inc., Hollywood. 1943
  • When Yankee Doodle Learns to "parlez Vous Français". Words by Will. Hart and music by Ed. Nelson. A.J. Stasny Music Co., New York. 1917

Women Composers

  • A Perfect Day. Words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond.   1910
  • Anona.  By Vivian Grey. Leo Feist . 1903
  • At Seventeen. Words and music by Janis Ian. April Music Inc. and Mine Music Ltd. 1974
  • Back to the Old Folks at Home. Words and music by Fleta Jan Brown.   1912
  • Black Hawk Waltz. By Mary E. Walsh. Jack Mills Inc. 1924
  • Black Hawk Waltz, edition deluxe. By Mary E. Walsh. Deluxe Music Co.  1908
  • Carol of the Drum. By Katherine K. Davis, arranged by Marvin Kahn.   1941
  • Celestial Chimes. By May Greene. De Luxe Music Co. 1913
  • Fairy Cradles. Words by Edward Lockton, music by Molly Carew.   1924
  • Forgotten. By Eugene Cowles. Oliver Ditson Co. 1922
  • If I could tell you. By Idabelle Firestone.   1940
  • Juno Waltz. By Abbie A. Ford. Harold Rossiter Music Co. 1911
  • March of the Boy Scouts. Music by N. Louise Wright. Clayton F. Summy Co. 1920
  • Misty Moonbeams. By Mamie Williams. J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co. 1907
  • My Own Hymn Book . Ada Richter. Theodore Presser Co. 1941
  • Myosotis Waltzes. By Caroline Lowthian. National Music Co.  
  • Over the Meadow. Words by Royden Barrie, music by Molly Carew.   1927
  • Song of the Willow, for piano. By Bernice Rose Copeland.   1935
  • Spring’s a-coming to town. Words by J. Anthony McDonald, music by Molly Carew.   1929
  • Star of the Sea. By Amanda Kennedy. Leo Feist. 1883
  • The Road to Yesterday. By Clare Kummer. Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1908
  • Then You Wink the Other Eye. By Miss Marie Lloyd. Richard A. Saalfield  
  • Tiptoe. Words by Royden Barrie, music by Molly Carew.   1922
  • Too Late! Too Late!, By Miss M. Lindsay. Hitchcock’s Music Store.  
  • Waltz Memories. By Abbie A. Ford. Ted Browne Music Co. 1917
  • We Never Miss the Sunshine ‘Till the Storm Holds Sway. Music by Charlotte Lyle. Harold Rossiter Music Co. 1913