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by Stanley Appelbaum

ePub Peg O' My Heart and Other Favorite Song Hits, 1912  1913 download
Author:
Stanley Appelbaum
ISBN13:
978-0486259987
ISBN:
0486259986
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Publisher:
Dover Publications (June 1, 1989)
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Music
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1764 kb
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Thirty-six evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy, and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements, and sheet music covers in black and white.

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Автор: Appelbaum, Stanley Название: Peg O& My Heart and Other .

Автор: Dover, Название: Aaron Bros.

36 evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy, and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements and sheet music covers in black and white. 176. Assembled Product Weight. 600 lb. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H).

By Stanley Appelbaum.

Ed. Stanley Appelbaum. Includes Peg O' My Heart You Made Me Love You Moonlight Bay When Irish Eyes Are Smiling and many more. Includes black-and-white reproductions of the original sheet music covers. Additional Information.

Description: 36 evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements and sheet music covers. Product Format: Musica stampata, Spartito.

Continue shopping Proceed to checkout. Description: 36 evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements and sheet music covers.

Thirty-six evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy, and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements, and sheet music covers in black and white. And what does it say about these songs that many of them live some 90 years later, and are used still in popular media? You Made Me Love You has always been around, but did you know the story behind the chorus? It's in the verses. In fact, you will be exposed to a cross section of Tin Pan Alley, Blues, Musical Theatre, Art Song and Broadway via a trip through this book.

Peg o' My Heart & Others 1912-1913. viii + 168 pages9" x 12"Paperback. SONGS INCLUDED: At the Devil's Ball (1913) Ballin' the Jack (1913) Be My Little Bumble Bee (1912) The Curse of an Aching Heart (1913) Danny Boy (1913) El Choclo (1911) Giannina Mia (1912) He'd Have to Get Under (1913) Hitcky Koo (1912) If I Had My Way (1913) It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary (1912) Jimmy Valentine (1912) Love Is Like. a Firefly (1912) Love's Own Sweet Song(1913) Marcheta (1913) The Memphis Blues (1913) Moonlight Bay (1912) My Melancholy Baby (1912).

The book contains a lovely mix of of numbers from many genres, including popular songs, Irish songs, and songs from musicals and operettas.

The St. Louis Blues and Other Hits of 1914. The book contains a lovely mix of of numbers from many genres, including popular songs, Irish songs, and songs from musicals and operettas. Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. LOVE having so many great songs at my fingertips.

Thirty-six evergreen songs by Berlin, Herbert, Handy, and others, with complete lyrics, full piano arrangements, and sheet music covers in black and white.
  • It is amazing how many standards are covered in this book. Come to me my Melancholy Baby, Old Rugged Cross, Danny Boy are just three examples. And how can you go wrong with a songbook that include "Snookey Ookums"?

  • They sang these songs. And what does it say about these songs that many of them live some 90 years later, and are used still in popular media? You Made Me Love You has always been around, but did you know the story behind the chorus? It's in the verses. In fact, you will be exposed to a cross section of Tin Pan Alley, Blues, Musical Theatre, Art Song and Broadway via a trip through this book. Snookey Ookums still connects with anyone who knows syrupy lovers, and Row Row Row will be easier to 'figure out' with the original verses to support it. You get the covers too, albeit in black and white. An added bonus: Many of these songs are on my site if you would like to sing along! So buy the book, and get your voice warmed up.

  • Because I direct theater at the High School and Junior High level, this book serves a purpose for me. When I need a song I do not
    want to run afoul of the copyright laws. The songs in this book are from 1912 and 1913, as are their copyrights. Generally,
    versions of a song published before 1921 are in the public domain. All these are. If you find yourself similarly situated, the book may also be useful for you.

    The songs are also very useful if you are doing a play set in the era. Not all the songs will appeal to a modern audience, but
    they did appeal to the folks of the 1912 - 1913 era. This is a fairly representative collection of songs from that era.