Very Rare piece of sheet music from 1914. A historical piece, and a black memorabilia collectible, plus the great picture of Sophie Tucker on the front cover. Cover art by Starmer. Oversized measuring 10 1/2" x 14". Front cover reads: Written for laughing purposes only. When the war breaks out in Mexico I'm going to go to Montreal. (good idea!! even now days!!) Words by J. Brandon Walsh and music by Ernest Breuer...
Vintage sheet music from 1934. The beat o' mu heart by Johnny Burke and Harold Spina. Great condition with the exception of a date and signature on the upper left corner cover.
Original American Sheet Music - The Waltz You Saved For Me, Waltz Ballad, Lyric by Gus Kahn, Music by Wayne King, Emil Flindt, Introduced and Featured by Wayne King. Authentic, non-reproduction, vintage piece. Good average condition, with no tears, stains, or marks.
Vintage piano sheet music titled "Singing the blues" with guitar arrangement by Melvin Endsley. Published By: ACUFF-ROSE Publications, Nashville Tenn. 1954. Excellent condition and features a nice cover photo of Guy Mitchell. No tears, or stains or markings.OVERALL GREAT CONDITION. ORIGINAL AND COMPLETE.
Vintage WWII sheet music from the paramount production "Here come the waves". Cover features stars Bing Crosby, Betty Hutton, and Sonny Tufts. In the background are thousands of Waves. Titled Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (mister in between). Words by Johnny Mercer and music by Harold Arlen. This would be perfect, but the creases on the front are factory done. Nice clean crisp copy. Dated 1946.
A wonder clean" as recorded by heart throb Sonny James in 1956. Music by words by Carole Joyner & Ric Cartey.
Vintage original song book folio of Fats waller popular classics interpreted in the modern manner by the famed piano stylist. This is his Original Piano conceptions bok #2 consisting of32 pages and 15 songs. Average wear, with no tears,stains or writing. All intact. Copyright 1936.
Vintage 1947 sheet music by Daryl Hutchins called I wonder, I wonder, I wonder. Photo of Tony Pastor on cover. Excellent condition
Very Good+ condition of "Boogie Woogie Conceptions of Popular Favorites" by Fats Waller. Piano Solo Sheet Music Book.Arranged by Fats Waller. © 1943. Mills Music, Inc. Original sheet music; not a copy. The great Fats gives the Boogie treatment to 14 popular hits, including his own. 28-page sheet music book has some cover wear on the spine, and no tears or writing. Scenes from 20th century Fox Production "Stormy Weather" on the inside cover that he starred in. a wonderful music folio book.
Vintage 1941 sheet music from the Warner Brothers Production "Blues in the night" with the same song title of this music. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Harold Arlen. Photo of stars Priscilla Lane and Betty Field. Cover art by Im-Ho. Great condition.
A wonderful vintage 1933 sheet music selection "The Yankee doodle boy" from the story of George M. Cohan. Cover features James Cagney and a sketch of Mr. Cohen. Beautiful condition! No flaws.
Vintage 1943 sheet music is in excellent condition. Photo inset of Henry Jerome. "I never mention your name" (Oh, No!). Words by Mack Davis, Don George, and music by Walter Kent.
I'll do it all over again, printed in 1945. Large broken heart on cover with photo inset of Hal McIntyre. Music & lyrics by Dick Robertson, James Cavenaugh, and Frank Weldon. Excellent condition.
Vintage sheet music from 1943. "It's Love, Love, Love!" by Mack david, Joan Whitney, and Alex m. Kramer. Cover artist Barbelle. Wonderful condition!
Vintage sheet music from 1925. The Bowery by Charles H Hoyt and Percy Gaunt. Excellent condition.
Nice selection of sheet music from 1946 featuring the movie "To each his own" starring Olivia DeHaviland and John Lund, as featured on the cover. This music selection is of the same name as the production. Words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Excellent condition.
Nicely illustrated cover art on this music selection from 1941 with a featured photo inset of Sammy Kaye. Excellent condition.
This music looks like brand new and was from 1956. Feature cover photo of the Ames Brothers. Words by Mack David and music by Fred Speilman.