Vintage 1949 sheet music "There's Nothin Like A Dame" from South Pacific. Starring Mary Martin and Ray Middleton. Music by Rogers and Hammerstein 2nd. Book by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd & Joshua Logan. Adapted from Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michner and directed by Joshua Logan. Complete Good condition other than a water stain on the lower left corner.
Vintage "Two Hearts" sheet music. From the German screen operetta - Two Hearts in Waltz Time. This has the first line of the song in English and the second two verses are in German. This was published by Harm Inc and Chappell and Co ltd. Music is by Robert Stolz. Lyrics by Alfred Gruenwald, Walter Reisch and Fritz Rotter. On the inside it says American version by Joe Young. There are diagrams for Guitar and chord notations for Ukuleles and banjos.
Very good condition for it's age. See notes... Click for details
There's A Ray Of Sunshine Just A Cloud Away, 1943 (Abner Silver, Nick Kenny/Charles Kenny) standard format song with lyrics. Features Kate Smith on the cover. Condition is very nice with only one corner bend.
1927 There's one little girl who love's me ( one little girl who don't) sheet music printed by De SYLVA Brown and Henderson. Good condition and complete
WORDS & MUSIC BY =Gus Kahn and Richard Whiting. Cover art by Politzer.
Rossano Brazzi and Mitzi Gaynor picutred on the cover….From the 20th Century Fox Production of "South Pacific"….Music by Richard Rodgers & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein....Piano & vocal arrangement....published by The Williamson Music Inc.....Copyright 1949.
In great condition for it's age....No discernable wear and tear to copy just slightly yellowed from age
Combined shipment is available so please check out my other music.
Vintage small format Movie music sheet; "A Tree In The Meadow" photo of Tony pastor on the cover, by Billy Reid, published by Campbell-Connelly, Inc. 1947. A good sheet - very minor bumps and stress at the corners. Cover art by Nick.
Tommy, Lad Song! Author: Margetson, E. J. [composer] Teschemacher, Frank [lyricist]
Piano and voice. [instrumentation] Boosey and Co. Ltd., New York. [dealer stamp] Lyrics on inside front cover. Large format music. Very good condition, all music intact.
The 3rd Man Theme
Also known as The Harry Lime theme by Anton Karas from the motion picture.The Third Man (1949) is a visually-stylish thriller -a paranoid story of social, economic, and moral corruption in a depressed,
rotting and crumbling, 20th century Vienna following World War II. The striking film-noirish, shadowy thriller was filmed expressionistically
within the decadent, shattered and poisoned city that has been sector-divided along geo-political lines.
It starred Orson Welles and... Click for details
1931 Miller Music Corporation. Through the Years from the musical play Through The Years. Words by Edward Heyman. Music by Vincent Youmans. Sung by Gladys Swarthout features on the cover. This is in wonderful condition. No writing or damages. Check out our other music as well.
"Three O’Clock in the Morning" is a waltz composed by Julián Robledo that was extremely popular in the 1920s. Robledo published the music as a piano solo in 1919, and two years later Dorothy Terriss wrote the lyrics. Paul Whiteman’s instrumental recording in 1922 became one of the first 20 recordings in history to sell over 1 million copies. Featured in Greewich Village Follies 1921.Cover artist JVR. Good condition with minor wear.
This vintage sheet music is titled The Things We Did Last Summer. The lyrics are by Sammy Cahn and the music is by Jule Styne. On the cover it says featured by Bing Crosby. Very good condition with no damages or writing. 1946
Sheet Music for the Song "A Thousand Violins". Original First Printing, not a reproduction. From the Paramount Picture "The Great Lover". Film Features: Bob Hope and Rhonda Fleming. For Piano and Vocal. Words and Music by: Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Special Picture Release. Paramount Music Corporation, New York, issued 1949. Sheet Music measures: approx. 9 1/8" x 12". The Sheet Music is very clean, overall excellent condition.
This is sheet music for..."There's a lot of Blue-Eyed-Mary's down in Maryland", words by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager, music by Geo. W. Meyer! Copyright 1929, Feist Inc., New York City. It is in excellent vintage condition. Cover artist RS.