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VIVE LA BAGATELLE: a French effervescence, in the musical comedy The Ahkoond of Swat, lyric by Thomas Dykes Beasley, music by Pavlo Pertela. San Francisco, New S. F. music publishing co. [1895

June 1, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1910; E 245159; Alexander B. Swan and T. D. Beasley, San Francisco, Cal. VIVE LA RÉPUBLIQUE; chanson, paroles de Christiné et Burtey, musique de Fragson. [1896

Nov. 26, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1910; E 243713; Christiné, Paris, France.

VOCE A MARE; versi di E. A. Mario, musica di G. Spagnolo; canto e mandolino. [1897

Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1910; E 245584; Ferdinando Bideri, Naples, Italy. VOCE ('A) D' 'V CORE; versi di R. Galdieri, musica di P. E. Fonzo. [1898

Nov. 12, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1910; E 245161; Giuseppe Santojanni, Naples, Italy. VÖGELEY (FRITZ) Fünf kleine tanz phantasien, op. 7; für klavier. Komplett in einem heft. [1900

Oct. 24, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1910; E 244744; Jul. Heinz. Zimmermann, Leipzig, Germany. VÖGLEIN (EIN) SANG IM LINDENBAUM; musik von Heinrich Sickinger, op. 60, für männerchor. Partitur. 4to. [1899

Nov. 2, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1910; E 246309; Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, Germany. VOEU SUPRÈME. See Chaminade (C. L. S.)

VOLCANO (THE); lyric by Clifton Bingham, music by Stanley Gordon; in D. [1901

Dec. 13, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1910; E 245683; M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y.

VOLKSLIED; by Henry Tolhurst; violin with piano acc. [1902

Dec. 9, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1910; E 245488; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London, England.

by Mark Hambourg, arr. by Arthur W. Pollitt; organ. (Original compositions and transcriptions, no. [1903

3.)

Oct. 13, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1910; E 245704; B. Schott's söhne, Mainz, Germany.

1911

VOLUPTÉ. See Splendide orchestre. VOM JÜNGSTEN TAGE; Volkslied, musik von Alfred Stier, op. 10. (16 lieder und gesänge nach texten deutscher volkslieder, heft 1, no. 2.) [1904

Nov. 10, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1910; E 245385; Georg Thies (Leop. Schutter), Darmstadt, Germany. VOUS ÊTES COMME UNE FLEUR; poésie de Georges Clerc, musique de E. Lauga, pour baryton ou mezzosoprano. [1905

Dec. 10, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1910; E 246023; Emile Lauga, Paris, France.

VOYAGE (A) TO SLUMBERLAND; words and music by Alice M. Polhamus.

[1906

Nov. 29, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1910; E 243812; Chas. H. Henderson music pub. co., Corry, Pa.

WÄR' ICH EIN TRAUM; ged. von Naumann, musik von Aug. Thelen, op. 51, für männerchor. Partitur. 4to. (Auf flügeln des gesanges, no. 596.) [1907

Oct. 17, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244963; Fr. Ullrich, Godesberg a/Rh., Germany.

WAGHALTER (IGNATZ) Trois morceaux, op. 13; revidiert von A. Oelschlegel, für piano. Contents. 1. Le rêve d'un rossignol. 2. Moment musical. 3. Diabolino. Complet. [1908

Nov. 22, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1910; E 246044; Aug. Cranz, Leipzig, Germany.

WAGNER (RICHARD) Tannhäuser march; arr. by Geo. D. Barnard. 4to. (Universal band journal, no. 1290.) [1909

Oct. 21, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 245014; Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y.

Walthers

werbegesang; Fanget an, aus Die meistersinger von Nürnberg, bearbeitet von Franz J. Lifti, für waldhorn mit klavier. (Drei stücke, no. 2.) [1910

Oct. 14, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1910; E 245688; B. Schott's söhne, Mainz, Germany.

WAH WAH TAYSEE; words by Mrs. S. Spohn, music by Edwin Phelps. New York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. [1911 Dec. 16, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1910 E 246542; Mrs. Sigrid Spohn, Bainbridge, N. Y.

1912

pt. III, n. s., v. 6

WAITING; words by L. Wilcox, music| WASHINGTON WAS A GRAND OLD MAN; by Clifton Keith. words and music by D. J. Garrison.

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Dec. 19, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1910; E 245779; Bertha A. Ferguson, Port Jervis, N. Y. WALZERFEE (DIE); walzerlied, text von Karl Lentz, musik von Carl Heins. [1918

June 25, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1910; E 245549; Karl Heins, Berlin, Germany.

WAND'RER, WAND'RER, SIND WIR ALLE; ged. von Franz Karl Ginzkey, music by Julius Wachsmann, op. 14, no. 2, für gesang und piano. [1919

Nov. 19, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1910 E 246438; Schuberthaus-verlag, Vienna, Austria.

WASH RAG; by F. H. Losey, op. 239; band. 4to. (American star journal, no. 1345.) [1920

Nov. 16, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 245018; Carl Fischer, New York, N. Y.

[1921

1 c. Nov. 29, 1910; E 244812; Donald J. Garrison, Dayton, Va. WAVING TREES WALTZ; by Edith Landon; piano. [1922

Nov. 18, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1910; E 243682; Hatch music co., Philadelphia, Pa.

WAY (THE); hymn, by E. Thompson Ordway. [1923

Dec. 1, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1910; E 243973; Elizabeth T. Ordway, Auburndale, Mass.

WAY BACK BY OLD KILLARNEY; words Bloomand music by G. F. Jordan. ington, Ill., Modern music co. [1924

Nov. 20, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1910; E 243875; George F. Jordan, Bloomington, Ill.

WE'LL ALL GO HOME WHEN THERE'S NO PLACE ELSE TO GO; words and music by Armstrong and Clark. [1925 Dec. 19, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1910; E 246582; M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y.

WE'RE A JOLLY CROWD TOGETHER; words and music by W. K. Engle. Washington, D. C., H. Kirkus Dugdale co. [1926

Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244915; Walt K. Engle, Reading, Pa.

WE SHALL MEET AGAIN IN THE SPRINGTIME, MARY DEAR; Words and music by J. G. Sedberry. Professional.

[1927

1 c. Dec. 15, 1910; E 246449; J. Gaston Sedberry, Montgomery, Ala. WE'VE KEPT THE GOLDEN RULE; words by Ben Deely, music by Percy Wenrich. [1928

Dec. 14, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1910; E 245661; Jerome H. Remick & co., New York, N. Y. WEAVER'S SCHOOL SONGS, NO. 2; a choice collection of songs for opening and closing of schools, for special days and general school use, by T. B. Weaver. Chicago, A. Flanagan co. [1910] 8vo. [1929

Nov. 17, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1910; A 274862; A. Flanagan co., Chicago, Ill.

WEBBE (WILLIAM Y.) Intermezzo; organ. obl. 8vo. (St. Cecilia series, no. 23.)

1930

Dec. 10, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1910; E 245547; H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y.

nos. 1-4, Jan., 1911

1949

WEDDING BELLS; rag, by Al. B. Coney; piano.

[1931 Dec. 10, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1910; E 246180; Will Rossiter, Chicago, Ill.

WEE WILLIE WINKIE; from A bunch of heather, Scottish song cycle, words by William Millar, music by Alicia Adélaïde Needham. [1932

Nov. 25, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1910; E 244763; Boosey & co., London, England.

WEEPING WATER; march and two-step by R. M. Taylor; piano. Professional. [1933

1 c. Dec. 2, 1910; E 245219; Raymond M. Taylor, Minneapolis, Minn.

WEIGL (KARL) Fünf lieder, op. 3; für tenor. [1934

Nov. 24, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1910; E 246323; Universal-edition, Vienna, Austria.

(Christmas

WEIHNACHTS - CANTATE
carol); by M. Gottesleben; pf.

[1935 Nov. 29, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1910; E 243948; M. Gottesleben, Minneapolis, Minn.

WEIHNACHTS-SONATINE; von Carl Reinecke, op. 251, no. 3, bearb. von Adolf Ruthardt. 1. Piano 4 händig. 2. Violine und piano, arr. von Hans Sitt. [1936, 1937

Oct. 24, 1910; 2 c. each Nov. 26, 1910; E 244721, 244722; Otto Forberg, Leipzig, Germany.

WELT (DIE) IST WIE EIN NARRENHAUS; marschlied, aus Der unsterbliche lump, text text von Felix Dörmann, musik von Edmund Eysler. [1938

Oct. 17, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1910; E 244752; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Germany.

arr. von Hans Schott, für salonorchester, 4to. [1939

Nov. 5, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1910; E 245154; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig, Germany.

WENN DER BRÄUT'GAM MIT DER BRAUT; humoristischer gesangs-rheinländer, text von F. W. Hardt, musik von Walter Kollo. [1940

Dec. 3, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1910; E 245240; Harmonie verlag, Berlin, Germany.

WENN DIE ROSEN WIEDER BLÜHEN; ged. von Grossmann, musik von Heinrich Würz, op. 13, für männerchor. Partitur. 4to. (Auf flügeln des gesanges, no. 601.) [1941

Oct. 29, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244964; Fr. Ullrich, Godesberg a/Rh., Germany.

WEST (ALFRED H.) Toccata; pianoforte solo. [1942

Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244968; Novello & co., ltd., London, England.

WHAT ABOUT IT; words by Irene Franklin, music by Burt Green.

[1943

1 c. Dec. 2, 1910; E 243946; Leo. Feist, New York, N. Y.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SAY LOVE; words and music by L. P. Battley. Washington, H. Kirkus Dugdale co. [1944

Nov. 28, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1910; E 245169; Lee P. Battley, Washington, D. C.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU; words and music by C. Benj. Hopkins.

[1945

Nov. 24, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1910; E 246498; C. B. Hopkins, Chicago, Ill.

WHAT IS A? written by Worton David, composed by R. Penso. [1946 Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910: E 244869: Von Tilzer music co., New York, N. Y.

WHAT IS A NIGHT WITHOUT DREAMS; words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse; alto or baritone in C. [1947

Nov. 24, 1910: 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 245030; Theodore Morse music co., New York, N. Y.

WHAT US POOR GIRLS GO THROUGH; from The flirting princess, words by Vincent Bryant, music by Jos. E. Howard. [1948

Nov. 21, 1910: 2 c. Nov. 21, 1910; E 243650; Chas. K. Harris, New York, N. Y.

WHAT WOULD A GENTLEMAN DO; written and composed by George Arthurs and R. P. Weston. [1949

Nov. 22, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1910; E 243783; Francis, Day & Hunter, London, England.

1950

WHAT WOULD YOU DO; Words and music by M. B. Hayden. [1950

Dec. 5, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1910; E 245480; Mildred B. Hayden, West Somerville, Mass.

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO ME; words by L. Wilcox, music by Hattie M. Guilford. [1951

Dec. 16, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1910; E 245755; Lester Wilcox, Long Branch, N. J.

WHEEL (THE) OF FORTUNE; by J. W. Gibson; pf., G minor. [1952

1 c. Nov. 30. 1910; E 243917; Julia W. Gibson, Pasadena, Cal. WHEN A MAID MARRIES; recitation with piano acc., words by R. G. Berry, music by J. Vaughan Berry. (Musical monologues, no. 55.) [1953

Nov. 25, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244975; Reynolds & co., London, England. WHEN CHRIST WAS BORN; Christmas anthem, words from the Bible, music by Lucien G. Chaffin. (Octavo church music, no. 323.) [1954

Nov. 28, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1910; E 243818; Wm. Maxwell music co., New York, N. Y. WHEN CUPID LEADS THE BAND; words by Bobby Heath, music by Gustave A. Benkhart. [1955

Dec. 14, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1910: E 245756: Fellheimer-Kennedy co., Philadelphia, Pa.

WHEN I GATHERED THE MYRTLE WITH MARY; medley waltz by Seymour Furth, arr. by E. S. S. Huntington; orchestra. 4to. [1956

Dec. 20, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1910; E 246574; Jos. Morris co., New York, N. Y.

WHEN I'M SAILING OVER LAND AND SEA; words and music by J. H. Saunders. [1957

Nov. 22, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1910; E 243765; J. H. Saunders, Lisbon Falls, Me.

WHEN I PRESSED YOU TO MY HEART; words by A. Nyquist, music by Clifton Keith. [1958

Dec. 16, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1910; E 245757; Albert Nyquist, East Grand Forks, Minn. WHEN I WAS YOUNG; words and music by C. J. Abbott. New York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. [1959

Dec. 9, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1910; E 246138; Chas. J. Abbott, Greenwich Village, Mass.

pt. III, n. s., v. 6

WHEN INDIAN MET DUTCH; an IndioGermanic dance by I. C. Simmons; piano. New York, Jerome H. Remick & co. [1960 Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1910; E 245299; Irving C. Simmons, New York, N. Y.

WHEN IT'S MOONLIGHT IN MEXICO; written by George Arthurs, music by Alf J. Lawrence. [1961

Nov. 22, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1910; E 243784; Francis, Day & Hunter, London, England.

WHEN LOVE STEALS IN YOUR HEART; words and music by Newton C. Bassett. [1962

Dec. 16, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1910; E 246066; Thompson music co., Chicago, Ill.

WHEN MARIOLA DO THE CUBANOLA; words by Will Dillon, music by H. Von Tilzer.

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WHEN SPRING COMES LAUGHING; words by Austin Dobson, music by Annie D. Scott. [1966

Nov. 21, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1910; E 244673; Boosey & co., London, England.

WHEN SWEET SIXTEEN; finale ultimo from the musical comedy, lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert. [1967

Dec. 7, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1910; E 245449; M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y.

WHEN THE MOON SWINGS LOW; words by John Page, music by Neil Moret. [1968

Dec. 15, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1910; E 246387; Jerome H. Remick & co., Detroit, Mich.

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WHEN YOU LOVE A BOY WHO'S A GOOD LITTLE BOY AND THE GOOD LITTLE BOY

LOVES YOU; Words by Albert Bagley, music by Leon Berg. [1973

Nov. 19, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1910; E 243648; Jos. W. Stern & co., New York, N. Y.

WHEN YOU'RE IN WRONG WITH THE RIGHT GIRL; lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy. [1974

Dec. 5, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1910; E 245158; Victor Kremer cooperative music house, Chicago, Ill.

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[1981 Dec. 15, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1910; E 246491; Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, Pa.

WHERE THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS; by

Jas. I. Russell, arr. by Tom Clark. 1. Cornet and piano acc. 2. Trombone and piano acc. [1982, 1983

Dec. 20, 1910; 2 c. each Dec. 21, 1910; E 245965, 245966; M. Witmark & sons, New York, N. Y.

WHILE ALL THINGS WERE IN QUIET SILENCE; Christmas anthem, words scriptural, music by Herbert W. Wareing; mixed voices. 4to. (Church music review, no. 291.) [1984

Nov. 23, 1910; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1910; E 244967; H. W. Gray co., New York, N. Y.

WHILE THE INDIAN SUMMER SUN SHINES ON THE HILLS; words and music by J. L. Overly. New York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. [1985 Dec. 17, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1910; E 246538; James L. Overly, Johnstown, Pa.

WHIRL (THE) OF THE MOSQUITOES; by
B. R. Hines; piano. New York, F. B.
Haviland pub. co.
[1986

Dec. 2, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1910; E 245216; Bertha R. Hines, Cleveland, Ohio.

WHIRLING LEAVES; valse etude, by C. W. Krogmann, op. 82; piano.

[1987

Nov. 28, 1910; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1910; E 243990; B. F. Wood music co., Boston, Mass.

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