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.
Vintage 1955 sheet music by country artist Eddy Arnold. Written by Cindy Walker & Eddy Arnold. Eddy Arnold feature photo. Very nice condition , music all intact.
Vintage 1948 sheet music from the musical "Inside the USA" with Beatrice Lilli & Jack Haley. Cover artist BHJ.Feature song Haunted Heart by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. Excellent condition!
Theme from SUMMER OF '42 Vintage Sheet Music The Summer Knows, 1971. Words by Michel Legrand, and Music by Marilyn and Alan Bergman. Featured on Cover is the Movie Promo from Summer of '42. From the Show, Starring Summer of '42 Jennifer O'Neill, Gary Grimes, Jerry Houser, Oliver Conant.Very good condition , & all music intact.
Vintage 1942 sheet music "I've got a gal in Kalamazoo" from the Twentieth Century Fox production Orchestra Wives. Songs by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren. Feature cover photos of Glenn Miller & his orchestra, Stars, George Montgomery, Ann Rutherford, Lynn Barri, Carole Landis & Caesar Romero. Music is in excellent condition.
Sheet music for the song "Midnight Cowboy" as sung by Johnny Mathis on Columbia Records. It was the theme song of the movie by the same title starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight. Johnny Mathis cover photo.The lyrics are by Jack Gold and the music is by John Barry with a 1969 copyright. There are three pages of music. The last page has all the words to the song. Wonderful condition but there is a tear on the cover, Not visible unless inspected. The booklet is in good condition - inside and ...
This vintage 1943 sheet music selection, Shoo-Shoo Baby, is in brand new condition. Features a nice picture cover of The Andrews Sisters from the movie "Three cheers for the boys". Music by Phil Moore.
All Items : Vehicles and Transportation : Cars and Trucks : Pre 1920 item #920021 (stock #safn-1627)
Extremely rare 1927 sheet music that marks a spot in our history for the industrial revolution. "When Lizzie changed her name to baby Lincoln" The new Ford Song. Words and music by Larry Shay. Cover shows the new models of the Baby lincoln in a showroom. There are some bends but no writing or tears. All intact. A rare find for the automobile collector, and milestone in our auto history. Should be framed!