poems and songs

William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878)
Edward Rowland Sill (1841-1887)
Kate Douglas Wiggin (1856-1923)
Charles H. Gabriel (1856-1932)
Edward MacDowell (1860-1908)
Ethelbert Nevin (1862-1901)
John McDonnell (1946- )

presentations inspired by Sherlock Holmes

London Characters and the Humorous Side of London Life
_1870 book having correspondencies with Sherlock Holmes stories
publication order of Sherlock Holmes stories by A. Conan Doyle
notes on A Study in Scarlet re: blood atonement and polygamy
sherlockian poems and songs lyrical praise and humor
Sherlock in Chicago a vignette inspired by "His Last Bow"
Adventures of Heather Key a novelette inspired by "His Last Bow"

MIDI sequences of piano sheet music (SM = sheet music, MS = manuscript)

John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)
Edward MacDowell (1860-1908)
Ethelbert Nevin (1862-1901)
Arthur Pryor (1870-1942)
"Marie Louka" (1870-1951)
J. S. Zamecnik (1872-1953)
James M. Fulton (1873-1940)
John F. Barth (1874-1947)
Charles L. Johnson (1875-1950)
Edwin Franko Goldman (1878-1956)
Eastwood Lane (1879-1951)
"Kenneth J. Alford" (1881-1945)
Ferde Grofι (1892-1972)
George Gershwin (1898-1937)
Jim Yancey (1898-1951)
Louis Armstrong (1901-1971)
Earl Hines (1903-1983)
Fats Waller (1904-1943)
Count Basie (1904-1984)
Pete Johnson (1904-1967)
Albert Ammons (1907-1949)
Sammy Price (1908-1992)
Art Tatum (1909-1956)
Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981)
Billy Kyle (1914-1966)
Jay McShann (1916-2006)
Charlie Parker (1920-1955)


John Philip Sousa (American 1854-1932)
(1872) Moonlight on the Potomac waltzes
(1873) Cuckoo galop
(1873) Review march
(1876) On Wings of Lightning galop
(1876) Revival march
(1876) The Honored Dead march
(1877) Across the Danube march
(1877) Free-Lunch Cadets march
(1877) Myrrha gavotte
(1878) Esprit du Corps march
(1878) Silver Spray schottische
(1879) On the Tramp march
(1879) Resumption march
(1880) Nymphalin reverie
(1880) Our Flirtation march
(1881) Guide Right march
(1881) President Garfield's Inauguration march
(1881) President Garfield's Funeral march
(1881) Right Forward march
(1881) Wolverine march
(1881) Yorktown Centennial march
(1882) Congress Hall march
(1883) Bonnie Annie Laurie march
(1883) Mother Goose march
(1883) Pet of the Petticoats march
(1883) Right-Left march
(1883) Transit of Venus march
(1884) The White Plume march
(1885) Mother Hubbard march
(1885) Sound Off march
(1885) Triumph of Time march
(1886) La Reine de la Mer valses
(1886) Tally-Ho! overture
(1886) The Gladiator march
(1886) The Presidential Polonaise
(1886) The Rifle Regiment march
(1886) Vautour overture
(1887) The Coquette characteristic dance
(1887) The Occidental march
(1888) National Fencibles march
(1888) Semper Fidelis march
(1888) The Crusader march
(1889) Queen of the Harvest quadrille
(1889) The Picadore march
(1889) The Thunderer march
(1889) The Washington Post march
(1890) Corcoran Cadets march
(1890) The High School Cadets march
(1890) The Loyal Legion march
(1892) The Belle of Chicago march
(1892) The Lion Tamer march
(1892) Triton march
(1893) The Beau Ideal march
(1893) The Liberty Bell march
(1893) The Manhattan Beach march
(1894) The Directorate march
(1895) King Cotton march
(1896) El Capitan march
(1896) The Colonial Dames waltzes
(1896)
Three Quotations suite
————The King of France
————I, Too, Was Born in Arcadia
————In Darkest Africa
(1897) The Bride-Elect march
(1897) The Stars and Stripes Forever march
(1898) The Charlatan march
(1899) Hands Across the Sea march
(1899) The Man Behind the Gun march
(1900) Hail to the Spirit of Liberty march
(1901) The Invincible Eagle march
(1902) Imperial Edward march
(1902) The Messiah of Nations patriotic anthem
(1903) A Summer Girl idyl
(1903) Jack Tar march
(1904) The Diplomat march
(1905)
At the King's Court suite Her Ladyship, the Countess .
————Her Grace, the Duchess . Her Majesty, the Queen
(1906) Powhatan's Daughter march
(1906) The Free Lance march
(1908) Fairest of the Fair march
(1909) The Glory of the Yankee Navy march
(1910)
Dwellers in the Western World suite
————The Red Man . The White Man . The Black Man
(1911) Grand Festival march
(1911) The Federal march
(1912) In the Land of the Golden Fleece valse romantique
(1912) The Gliding Girl tango
(1912) With Pleasure dance hilarious
(1913) From Maine to Oregon march
(1914) Columbia's Pride march 2 pianos
(1914) The Lambs' March with clarinet
(1915) The New York Hippodrome march
(1915) The Pathfinder of Panama march
(1916) America First march with flutes
(1916) Boy Scouts of America march
(1916) Willow Blossoms legend
(1917) The Naval Reserve march
(1917) The U. S. Field Artillery march
(1917) The White Rose march
(1917) Wisconsin Forward Forever marching song
(1918) Anchor and Star march with trumpet flute trombone
(1918) Flags of Freedom march
(1918) Liberty Loan march
(1918) Sabre and Spurs march with trumpet clarinet
(1918) Solid Men to the Front march
(1918) The Chantyman's March
(1918) The Volunteers march
(1918) We Are Coming marching song
(1919) Bullets and Bayonets march
(1919) The Golden Star march
(1919) USAAC march
(1920) Comrades of the Legion march
(1920) Who's Who in Navy Blue march
(1921) Keeping Step With the Union march
(1921) On the Campus march
(1922) The Gallant Seventh march
(1923) Nobles of the Mystic Shrine march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1923) Power and Glory march © Theodore Presser Co. with trumpet
(1924) Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1925) The Black Horse Troop march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1925) The National Game march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1926) Sesqui-Centennial Exposition march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1926) The Gridiron Club march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1926) The Pride of the Wolverines march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1927) Riders for the Flag march © Sam Fox Pub. Co. with trumpet trombone
(1927) The Minnesota march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1928) Golden Jubilee march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1930) George Washington Bicentennial march © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1930) Harmonica Wizard march © Theodore Presser Co.
(1930) The Royal Welch Fusiliers march © Theodore Presser Co.

Sousa's Famous Marches Arranged for Piano Solo by Henry Levine © 1948 The John Church Company
_____
The Stars and Stripes Forever . The Liberty Bell . High School Cadets . El Capitan . King Cotton . The Washington Post .
_____The Thunderer . Fairest of the Fair . Semper Fidelis . The Invincible Eagle . Manhattan Beach . Hands Across the Sea

Library of Congress presentation on Sousa . Dallas Wind Symphony presentation on Sousa


Edward MacDowell (American 1860-1908)
IMSLP presentation on MacDowell . songs by Edward MacDowell

op. 10 First Modern Suite (1883) 1891, etc. Praeludium . Presto . Andantino and Allegretto . Intermezzo . Rhapsody . Fugue
op. 13
Prelude and Fugue (1883) 1895 edition Prelude . Fugue
op. 14
Second Modern Suite (1883) 1911 Klee edition Praeludium . Fugato . Rhapsody . Scherzino . March . Fantastic Dance
op. 15
First Concerto for piano and orchestra (1885) 2 pianos 1910 edition I . II . III
op. 16 Serenata (1883)
op. 17
Two Fantastic Pieces (1884) A Tale . Witches' Dance
op. 18
Two Compositions (1884) Barcarolle . Humoreske
op. 19
Forest Idyls (1884) 1912 Teichmuller edition Forest Stillness . Play of the Nymphs . Revery . Dance of the Dryads
op. 20
Three Poems (1886) piano 4 hands Night by the Sea . A Tale from Knightly Times . Ballad
op. 21
Moon Pictures (1886) piano 4 hands The Hindoo Maiden . Story of the Stork . In the Tyrol . The Swan . Visit of the Bear
op. 22
Hamlet and Ophelia for orchestra (1885) piano 4 hands Hamlet . Ophelia
op. 23
Second Concerto for piano and orchestra (1890) 2 pianos 1922 Hughes edition I . II . III
op. 24
Four Compositions (1887) Humoreske . March . Cradle Song . Czardas
op. 25
Lancelot and Elaine for orchestra (1888) piano 4 hands
op. 28
Six Idyls after Goethe (1887) In the Woods . Siesta . To the Moonlight . Silver Clouds . Flute Idyl . The Bluebell
op. 29
Lamia for orchestra (1908) piano 4 hands
op. 30
Two Fragments After the Song of Roland for orchestra (1891) piano 4 hands The Saracens . The Lovely Alda
op. 31
Six Poems after Heine (1887) 1901 edition From a Fisherman's Hut . Scotch Poem . From Long Ago . The Postwaggon .
————The Shepherd Boy . Monologue
op. 32
Four Little Poems (1888) The Eagle . The Brook . Moonshine . Winter
op. 35
Romance for violoncello and orchestra (1888) cello and piano
op. 36
Etude de Concert (1889)
op. 37
Les Orientales (1889) Clair de Lune . Dans le Hamac . Danse Andalouse
op. 38
Marionettes (1888) 1901 edition Prologue . Soubrette . Lover . Witch . Clown . Villain . Sweetheart . Epilogue
op. 39
Twelve Studies (1890) Hunting Song . Alla Tarantella . Romance . Arabesque . In the Forest . Dance of the Gnomes . Idyl .
————Shadow Dance . Intermezzo . Melodie . Scherzino . Hungarian
op. 42
First Suite for orchestra (1891, 1893) piano 4 hands In a Haunted Forest . Summer Idyl . In October .
————The Shepherdess' Song . Forest Spirits_____piano 2 hands (1906) The Song of the Shepherdess
op. 45
Sonata Tragica (1893) 1922 Hughes edition I . II . III . IV
op. 46
Twelve Virtuoso Studies (1894) Novelette . Moto Perpetuo . Wild Chase . Improvisation . Elfin Dance . Valse Triste .
————Burlesque . Bluette . Traumerei . March Wind . Impromptu . Polonaise
op. 48
Second Suite for orchestra (1897) piano 2 hands 1910 Taubmann edition Legend . Love Song . In War-time . Dirge .
————Village Festival
op. 49
Air and Rigaudon (1894) Air . Rigaudon
op. 50
Sonata Eroica (1895) I . II . III . IV
op. 51
Woodland Sketches (1896) To a Wild Rose . Will o' the Wisp . At an Old Trysting Place . In Autumn .
————From an Indian Lodge . To a Water-lily . From Uncle Remus . A Deserted Farm . By a Meadow Brook . Told at Sunset
* op. 1 Amourette (1896)
* op. 2
In Lilting Rhythm (1897) I . II
* op. 4
Forgotten Fairy Tales (1897) Sung outside the Prince's door . Of a Tailor and a Bear . Beauty in the Rose-Garden .
————From Dwarf-land
* op. 7
Six Fancies (1898) A Tin Soldier's Love . To a Humming Bird . Summer Song . Across Fields . Bluette . An Elfin Round
op. 55
Sea Pieces (1898) To the Sea . From a Wandering Iceberg . A. D. 1620 . Starlight . Song . From the Depths . Nautilus .
————In Mid-Ocean
op. 57
Third Sonata (1900) I . II . III
op. 59
Fourth Sonata (1901) I . II . III
op. 61
Fireside Tales (1902) An Old Love Story . Of Br'er Rabbit . From a German Forest . Of Salamanders . A Haunted House .
————By Smouldering Embers
op. 62
New England Idyls (1902) An Old Garden . Mid-Summer . Mid-Winter . With Sweet Lavender . In Deep Woods .
————Indian Idyl . To an Old White Pine . From Puritan Days . From a Log Cabin . The Joy of Autumn
* by "Edgar Thorn" (a pseudonym of Edward MacDowell)

piano transcriptions by Edward MacDowell
(1890)
Six Little Pieces After Sketches of J. S. Bach (German 1685-1750)
————Courante . Menuet . Gigue . Menuet . Menuet . Marche
(1900) Le Bavolet Flottant for clavecin by Francois Couperin (French 1668-1733)
(1900) Jig for harpsichord by Carl Heinrich Graun (German 1701-1759)
(1900) Tempo di Minuetto after Giovanni Battista Grazioli (Italian 1746-c1820)
(1900) Jig for harpsichord by Johann Mattheson (German 1681-1764)
(1900) Courante for clavecin by Jean Philippe Rameau (French 1683-1764)
(1900) Sarabande for clavecin by Jean Philippe Rameau (French 1683-1764)
(1902) Sarabande for clavecin by Jean Baptiste Loeilly (French 1660-1728)


Ethelbert Nevin (American 1862-1901)
IMSLP presentation on Nevin . songs by Ethelbert Nevin
(1890)
Four Piano Compositions Valzer Gentile . Slumber Song . Intermezzo . Song of the Brook
(1891)
Melody and Habanera for Violin and Piano Melody . Habanera
(1891)
Water Scenes Dragon Fly . Ophelia . Water-Nymph . Narcissus . Barcarolle
(1892)
In Arcady A Shepherd's Tale . Shepherds All and Maidens Fair . Lullabye . Tournament
(1892)
Two Etudes Romance . Scherzo
(1893) Barcarolle for Violin and Piano
(1896) La Guitare
(1896)
May in Tuscany Arlecchino . Notturno . Barchetta . Misericordia . Il Rusignuolo . La Pastorella
(1898)
A Day in Venice Alba . Gondolieri . Canzone Amorosa . Buona Notte
(1899)
En Passant A Fontainebleau . In Dreamland . Napoli . At Home
(1902)
O'er Hill and Dale 'Twas a Lover and His Lass . The Thrush . Love Is Astraying Ever Since Maying .
————The Lark's on the Wing

Arthur Pryor (American 1870-1942)
(1896) Sweet Lorena Ray song SM
(1897) Ye Boston Tea Party march SM
(1898) Love Thoughts waltz SM
(1898) The Gridiron march SM
(1899) A Coon Band Contest jazz foxtrot SM
(1899) Southern Hospitality ragtime cakewalk SM
(1903) Mr. Black Man march SM
(1904) The Victor march SM
(1905) Razzazza Mazzazza rag-time two-step SM
(1905) The Whistler and His Dog caprice SM
(1906) The Baby Parade march SM
(1907) After Sunset intermezzo SM
(1908) Captain Cupid march SM
(1908) In Lover's Lane tone poem
(1909) Frozen Bill rag SM
(1909) Teddy-After-Africa humoresque two-step SM
(1911) That Flying Rag
(1914) Toute la Nuit one-step two-step rag SM
(1917) We'll Be There, Uncle Sammy march song SM
(1919) American Legion march SM
from the piano roll collection of Frank L. Himpsl:
————(1899) An Arkansaw Huskin' Bee
————(1900) An African Beauty
————(1902) The Passing of Rag Time
————(1904) On Jersey Shore
————(1905) Blood Lilies: A Japanese Romance
————(1905) Down At Asbury Park
————(1907) Danny and His Hobby Horse
————(1908) Artful Artie
————(1910) The Arcade Girl
————(1911) Arms of America March
————(1914) Aeroplane Dip

Perfessor Bill's presentation on Pryor

"Marie Louka", a pseudonym of
Johann C. Schmid (American 1870-1951)
(1901) Japanese Fire Dance characteristic SM
(1902) Flowers of Youth caprice SM
(1902) The Rajah march and two-step SM
(1903) Cupid's Dart idylle caprice SM
(1903) Karmara African bolo dance SM
(1904) A Silent Prayer reverie SM
(1904) Daisies song SM
(1904) Dance of the Snowflakes characteristic SM
(1904) The Fadette march and two-step SM
(1904) The North American march and two-step SM
(1905) Dance of the Dewdrops characteristic SM
(1905) Fire and Flame march and two-step SM
(1905) Fleeting Hours reverie SM
(1905) The Hour of Prayer reverie SM
(1906) Birds and Breezes waltzes SM
(1906) The Captain General march and two-step SM
(1907) Phasma shadow dance SM
(1908) Ocean Spray mazurka caprice SM
(1912) Cap and Gown march SM
(1912) Dance of the Toys characteristic SM
(1912) Dancing Dolls waltz SM
(1912) Mission Bells tone poem SM
(1912) Sunset on the Ocean reverie SM
(1925) Mother's Lullaby songs MS
(1939) Damask Rose nocturne SM
(1939) Dance of the Fireflies dance SM
(1939) Dancing Shadows dance SM
(1939) Thoughts at Sunset reverie SM
(1941) Beyond the Twilight's Purple Glow song MS
(1941) Chins Up America march MS
(1941) Flowers From the Dust song 1940 MS
(1941) On Kailua's Shore song MS
(1941) The War Correspondent march MS
(1941) untitled 1 song MS
(1941) untitled 2 song MS
(1941) We're Standing By America song MS
information about Johann C. Schmid's "Marie Louka" music
J. S. Zamecnik (American 1872-1953)
(1908) College Yell march two-step
(1909) A Trip to the North Pole descriptive march two-step
(1911) The Bee and the Floweret moderato grazioso
(1911) The Secret of the Sea barcarole
(1912) College Capers march two-step
(1912) Mandy's Ragtime Waltz
(1913) Movie Rag novelty two-step
(1914) Co-ed march two-step
(1914) World Peace march
(1916) All America march
(1916) Ole Virginny one-step
(1916) The Last Farewell waltz
(1917) For the Freedom of the World marching song
(1917) Spirit of America a patriotic patrol
(1917) The Fox Trail march
(1917) The Wooing Hour serenade
(1919) In a Canoe serenade
(1919) Most Anything a one-step riot
(1919) Ole South a plantation patrol
(1920) Blue Bells moderato grazioso
(1921) Star of the Orient tone picture
(1921)
Fox March Folio Vol. 1 for the Piano SM:
————The Ambassador
————Our Boys
————Class Day
————Royal Knight
————The Patriot
————The Flying Ace
————Field of Glory
————On the Hike
————The Diplomat
————America's Finest
(1923)
Fox March Folio Vol. 2 for the Piano © Sam Fox Pub. Co.:
————Varsity Cadets
————Knights and Ladies
————Pride of the Sea
————Brigadier General
————Glorious America
————Season's Greetings
————West High
————Class Colors
————Bachelor Girls
————College Stunts
(1926) Polly © Sam Fox Pub. Co.
from
Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.:
————Army Officers
————World Events
————Dress Parade by "Frederic Van Norman" (a pseudonym)
————The Fleet
————Yankee Land
————American Youth
from
Top Flight Marches for the Piano © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.:
————Nation's Pride

Perfessor Bill's presentation on Zamecnik

James M. Fulton (American 1873-1940) Jeff Yaeger's presentation on Fulton
(1900) The Pioneer march SM . (1901) Colored Delegates cakewalk and two-step SM .
(1908) Battleship Connecticut march and two-step SM . (1908) The New Tipperary march SM .
(1909) The Indomitable march and two-step SM . (1910) Lonesome Little Me song SM
from the piano roll collection of Frank L. Himpsl: (1899) Battleship Oregon . (1901) Ragged Raglets

John F. Barth (American 1874-1947) Library of Congress presentation on Barth
(1903) Foxy Sam characteristic two-step . (1903) Rambling Mose characteristic march and two-step .
(1910) Spooning in the Moonlight song . (1910) Frat march two-step . (1911) Rooters march two-step .
(1912) School Days march two-step . (1912) Toboggan Rag two-step . (1913) Sorority march . (1919) Moon-Glow
from the piano roll collection of Frank L. Himpsl: (1902) Ma Ragtime Queen

Charles L. Johnson (American 1875-1950)
(1895) Weary Walkers march
(1899) Belle of Havana waltzes
(1899) Doc Brown's Cake Walk Kansas City rag
(1899) Scandalous Thompson
(1901) With Fire and Sword march two-step
(1902) A Black Smoke dance characteristic and two-step
(1904) A Whispered Thought novelette
(1906) Dill Pickles Rag
(1906) Iola intermezzo
(1907) Sneeky Peet characteristic two-step
(1907) Southern Beauties two-step
(1908) All the Money march two-step by "Raymond Birch"
(1908) Beedle-Um-Bo slow drag by "Raymond Birch"
(1908) Fairy Kisses waltzes
(1908) Fawn Eyes intermezzo
(1908) Fine and Dandy two-step
(1908) Harvest Hop barn dance
(1908) Powder Rag by "Raymond Birch"
(1909) Apple Jack Rag
(1909) Dixie Twilight characteristic march
(1909) Kissing Bug Rag
(1909) Pansy Blossoms Rag
(1909) Pigeon Wing Rag
(1909) Porcupine Rag
(1909) Silver King Rag
(1909) Sunbeam intermezzo
(1909) Tobasco rag-time waltz
(1909) Wedding of the Fairies waltz
(1910) Golden Spider Rag
(1910) Heart Fancies waltzes
(1910) Lady Slippers Rag by "Raymond Birch"
(1910) Silver Star intermezzo
(1910) The Blushing Rose serenade
(1910) Under the Southern Moon two-step
(1910) Yankee Bird march two-step
(1911) Cloud Kisser Rag by "Raymond Birch"
(1911) Cum Bac Rag
(1911) Melody Rag by "Raymond Birch"
(1911) Queen of Fashion waltzes
(1911) Tar Babies Rag
(1911) The Barber Pole Rag
(1912) Golden Moon
(1912) Hen Cackle Rag a barnyard disturbance
(1912) School Life march two-step
(1912) Swanee Rag
(1913) Butterflies caprice
(1913) Crazy Bone Rag
(1914) Dream On waltzes
(1914) Honeysuckle one-step
(1914) Peek-A-Boo Rag
(1914) Summer Breezes waltzes
(1915) Alabama Slide fox trot
(1916) Blue Goose Rag by "Raymond Birch"
(1916) Doodle-De-Dum such a funny little tune
(1916) Golden Hours reverie
(1916) Teasing the Cat rag or fox trot
(1917) Fun on the Levee cakewalk
(1918) Snookums Rag
(1918) Sweet Memories waltz
(1921) By the Silvery Nile song
from the piano roll collection of Frank L. Himpsl:
————(1914) Pink Poodle
————(1916) Croon Time
————(1919) Where the Lanterns Glow
————(1922) Spanish Moon
presentations on Johnson:
IMSLP . Ted Tjaden . Perfessor Bill

Edwin Franko Goldman (American 1878-1956)
(1922)
The Chimes of Liberty march song SM
The Schirmer Album of Twelve Goldman Marches for the Piano © 1935 G. Schirmer, Inc.
_____On the Heights . The Age of Progress . Exposition . College Spirit . Equinox . The Interlochen Bowl . Tribute to Sousa .
_____Cheerio . Shenandoah . Children's March . Cuckoo March . Excelsior

The Goldman March Album for Piano © 1936 Carl Fischer Inc. The Emblem of Freedom . On the Air . On the Campus .
_____On the Mall . On Parade with bugle flute . On the Farm . Central Park . Sunapee . Sagamore . Eagle Eyes . Indian March .
_____ Radio City . Mother Goose . Boy Scouts of America . Young America
from
Top Flight Marches for the Piano © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.: The American Way . The Golden Rule

John Philip Sousa, Edwin Franko Goldman

Eastwood Lane (American 1879-1951) IMSLP presentation on Lane
(1913)
In Sleepy Hollow In Sleepy Hollow . On Tappan Zee (A Boat Song) . A Mid-October Afternoon (Reverie) . Katrina's Waltz
(1918) The Little Fisherman song SM
(1919)
Five American Dances The Crap Shooters (A Negro Dance) . Around the Hall (A Dance-Hall Ditty) . A Gringo Tango .
________North of Boston (A Barn Dance) . Powwow (An Indian Reminiscence)
(1922)
Adirondack Sketches The Old Guide's Story . The Legend of Lonesome Lake . Down Stream .
________The Land of the Loon (A Camp-Fire Story) . A Dirge for Jo Indian . Lumber-Jack Dance
(1922) from
Mongoliana: The Blue-Robed Mandarins
(1925) from
Eastern Seas: Sea Burial © J. Fischer & Bro.
(1926) Persimmon Pucker © J. Fischer & Bro.
(1928)
Sold Down the River © J. Fischer & Bro. Preamble . Uncle Tom and Legree . Little Eva . Topsy's Dance . Sand Shuffle .
________Uncle Tom's Dance . Sold Down the River . Dirge . Little Eva Goes to Heaven
(1933)
Pantomimes © J. Fischer & Bro. Girl on Tiptoe . Caravan from China . Abelard and Heloise
(1935)
Fourth of July © Robbins Music Corporation Parade . Minuet for Betty Schuyler . Swing Your Partner .
________Waltz on the Village Green
(1944)
Here Are Ladies! © J. Fischer & Bro. Serenade for Madame Chiang Kai-shek . Grandmother's Sunday School Days .
________Lines for Ann Rutledge . Her Mother Was Irish . Shropshire Lass
(1995)
A Folio of Piano Music by Eastwood Lane from unpublished manuscripts edited by Mike Polad:
________Little Boys Sail Little Boats . Calm Lakes and Quiet Lovers . Knee High To a Grasshopper .
________Lady Jane Grey (1537-1554)

"Kenneth J. Alford", a pseudonym of F. J. Ricketts (British 1881-1945)
(1908)
The Thin Red Line march © 1925 Hawkes & Son . (1914) Colonel Bogey march . (1916) The Great Little Army march .
(1917) On the Quarter Deck march . (1917) The Middy march . (1917) The Voice of the Guns march . (1917) Thoughts valse .
(1919) The Vanished Army march . (1921) The Mad Major march . (1929) Old Panama march © Hawkes & Son


Ferde Grofι (American 1892-1972)
(1926)
Mississippi © 1926 Leo Feist, Inc.
Father of Waters . Huckleberry Finn . Old Creole Days . Mardi Gras
(1927)
Three Shades of Blue © 1927 Robbins Music Corporation Indigo . Alice Blue . Heliotrope
(1931)
Grand Canyon Suite piano arrangements by D. Savino © 1932 Robbins Music Corporation
________Sunrise . Painted Desert . On the Trail . Sunset . Cloudburst
(1934)
Music for Moderns piano arrangements by D. Savino © 1944 Robbins Music Corporation
________Ode to Freedom . My Old Kentucky Home . Christmas Eve . An Ode to the Star Spangled Banner . Killarney


Ferde Grofι, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Paul Whiteman


George Gershwin (American 1898-1937)
IMSLP presentation on Gershwin
(1917) Rialto Ripples Rag with Will Donaldson
(1920) Waiting For the Sun To Come Out song
(1922) Yankee Doodle Blues song
(1924) Rhapsody in Blue two pianos © 1924 WB Music Corp.
(1925)
Concerto in F transcription for piano solo by Grace Castagnetta © 1927, 1946 WB Music Corp. I . II . III
(1926)
Preludes edited by Alicia Zizzo © 1995 WB Music Corp. I . II . III . Melody No. 17 . Novellette in Fourths . Rubato
(1933) Cuban Overture two pianos transcribed by Gregory Stone © 1933, 1944 WB Music Corp.
from the piano roll collection of Frank L. Himpsl: (1919) Nobody But You . (1919) Swanee

Jim Yancey (American 1898-1951)
5 Boogie Woogie and Blues Piano Solos as Played by Jim Yancey © 1943 Leeds Music Corporation
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East St. Louis Blues . Slow and Easy Blues . State Street Special . Yancey Stomp . Mellow Blues


Louis Armstrong (American 1901-1971)
Leeds Jazz Masters Series, Louis Armstrong, Vol. 1 © 1961 Leeds Music Corporation trumpet and piano
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Muggles (1930) Louis Armstrong . Struttin' With Some Barbecue (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong .
_____Cornet Chop Suey (1924) Louis Armstrong . Tight Like This (1929) A. Curl . My Monday Date (1928) Earl Hines .
_____Jazz Lips (1926) Lillian Hardin Armstrong . Gully Low Blues (1927) Louis Armstrong .
_____Hotter Than That (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong . I'm Not Rough (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong .
_____Potatoe Head Blues (1927) Louis Armstrong


Kid Ory, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Lillian Hardin Armstrong, Johnny St. Cyr
(1942) Brother Bill words and music by Louis Armstrong © Motor Parts Co., Phila., Pa.
(1950) Struttin' With Some Barbeque words by Don Raye, music by Louis Armstrong © Leeds Music Corporation

Earl Hines (American 1903-1983)
Earl "Father" Hines Pianostyles © 1936 M. M. Cole Publishing Co.
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Dark Eyes . Frankie and Johnny . Carry Me Back to Old Virginny James Bland . La Paloma Sebastian Yradier .
_____Melody in F Anton Rubinstein . Humoresque Anton Dvorak . Way Down Upon the Swanee River Stephen Foster .
_____Serenade Franz Shubert . When You and I Were Young Maggie V. A. Butterfield . Andantino Edwin H. Lamare

Ivory Icing: Earl Hines' Piano Varieties © 1944 Harms, Inc.
_____Embraceable You George Gershwin . Lover Come Back To Me Sigmund Romberg .
_____I Know That You Know Vincent Youmans . Somebody Loves Me George Gershwin .
_____The Hour of Parting Boogie Woogie Mischa Spoliansky . Get Happy Harold Arlen .
_____Jelly Jelly Blues Billy Eckstein, Earl Hines . Ev'rything Depends On You Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap, Earl Hines .
_____When Day Is Done Robert Katcher . Tantalizing a Cuban Earl Hines

Boogie Woogie on Handy's St. Louis Blues piano solo by Earl Hines © 1945 W. C. Handy

Fats Waller (American 1904-1943) IMSLP presentation on Waller
Fats Waller's Piano Pranks © 1934 by Mayfair Music Corp.
_____Alligator Crawl . Clothes Line Ballet . Viper's Drag . Effervescent . African Ripples

Fats Waller's Original Piano Conceptions No. 1 © 1935 Mills Music, Inc.
_____Dinah Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Harry Akst
_____Ain't Misbehavin' with Andy Razaf, Harry Brooks
_____Margie Benny Davis, Con Conrad, J. Russel Robinson
_____Girl of My Dreams Sunny Clapp
_____Who's Sorry Now? Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Ted Snyder
_____Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen
_____For Me and My Gal E. Ray Goftz, Edgar Leslie, Geo. W. Myer
_____Just a Girl That Men Forget Al Dupin, Fred Rath, Joe Garren
_____Mary Lou Abe Lyman, George Waggner, J. Russel Robinson
_____Sweet Mamma Fred Rose, George A. Little, Peter L. Frost

Fats Waller's Original Piano Conceptions No. 2 © 1936 Mills Music, Inc.
_____Stormy Weather Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen
_____Nobody's Sweetheart Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel
_____I Can't Give You Anything But Love Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
_____My Honey's Lovin' Arms Herman Ruby, Joseph Meyer
_____To-Night You Belong To Me Billy Rose, Lee David
_____Just a Baby's Prayer At Twilight Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, M. K. Jerome
_____Blue Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie, Lou Handman
_____Strut, Miss Lizzie Creamer, Layton
_____When You're Smiling Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay
_____Rose of the Rio Grande Edgar Leslie, Harry Warren, Ross Gorman

Fats Waller's Swing Sessions for the Piano © 1937 Mills Music, Inc.
_____Jealous Tommie Malie, Dick Finch, Jack Little
_____Truckin' Ted Koehler, Rube Bloom
_____Star Dust Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael
_____Shoe Shine Boy Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
_____I Surrender Dear Harry Barris, Gordon Clifford
_____Happy As the Day Is Long Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen
_____When It's Sleepy Time Down South Leon Renι, Otis Renι, Clarence Muse
_____How Come You Do Me Like You Do Gene Austin, Roy Bergere
_____Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, Pete Wendling
_____Just Try to Picture Me Down Home in Tennessee Wm. Jerome, Walter Donaldson

Fats Waller's Own Original Tunes © 1937 Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co., Inc.
_____Squeeze Me! with Clarence Williams
_____Waller-ing Around
_____Call the Plumber In! with Andy Razaf
_____The Heart That Once Belonged To Me with Clarence Williams
_____Wild Cat Blues with Clarence Williams
_____Senorita Mine with Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams, Eddie Rector
_____Crazy 'Bout That Man of Mine with Spencer Williams, Clarence Williams
_____Old Folks' Shuffle with Clarence Williams
_____I'm Not Worrying with Clarence Williams
_____Midnight Stomp with Clarence Williams, Chris Smith
_____The Short Trail Became a Long Trail with Andy Razaf
_____Swingin' Hound with Clarence Williams, Eddie Rector, Spencer Williams
_____Any Day the Sun Don't Shine with Andy Razaf
_____Brother Ben with Spencer Williams
_____Lonesome One with Clarence Williams


Count Basie (American 1904-1984)
(1938)
One O'clock Jump piano arrangement by Bob Zurke © 1938-1939 Leo Feist, Inc.
Count Basie's Piano Styles edited by Charlie Hathaway © 1940 Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. Jumpin' At the Woodside .
_____Every Tub with Ed Durham . Sent For You Yesterday - And Here You Come Today with Ed Durham, James Rushing .
_____Swingin' the Blues with Ed Durham . Blue and Sentimental with Jerry Livingston, Mack David .
_____Good Morning Blues with Ed Durham, James Rushing . Panassie Stomp . Shorty George with Andy Gibson .
_____Out the Window with Ed Durham . Don't You Miss Your Baby with Ed Durham, James Rushing .
_____Miss Thing with Skippy Martin . Riff Interlude . Hollywood Jump . Nobody Knows with Lester Young, James Rushing .
_____John's Idea with Ed Durham

Count Basie's Piano Styles Folio No. 2 © 1939-1943 Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. Basie Boogie with Milton Ebbins .
_____Basie Blues with Milton Ebbins, Ben Jackson . Goin' To Chicago Blues with James Rushing . Roseland Shuffle .
_____Harvard Blues with George Frazier, Tab Smith . Royal Flush . Jive At Five with Harry Edison . Blues In the Dark .
_____Tune Town Shuffle with Milton Ebbins, R. Winston . Rockabye Basie with Shad Collins, Lester Young . Volcano .
_____Ham 'n Eggs . Swingin' At the Daisy Chain . Diggin' For Dex with Ed Durham . Coming Out Party by Milton Ebbins

Blues by Basie © 1943-1944 Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. Bugle Blues . Cafe Society Blues . Way Back Blues .
_____Blues Boogie with Buster Harding . Blue Room Jump with Milton Ebbins and Andy Gibson .
_____You Can't Run Around (Blues) with Jimmy Rushing . Kansas City Keys with Milton Ebbins and Buster Harding

Count Basie's Piano Styles Folio No. 3 © 1939-1945 Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. Taps Miller with Bob Russell .
_____Avenue C by Buck Clayton . Jimmy's Blues by Jimmy Rushing . Jumpin' For Maria with Freddie Green .
_____Kansas City Stride by Dickie Wells . Pound Cake . Feedin' the Bean . Let Me See with Harry Edison . The Apple Jump .
_____Jump For Me . Love Jumped Out by Buck Clayton . Let's Jump by Al Killian

Pete Johnson (American 1904-1967)
5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos by Pete Johnson © 1941 Leeds Music Corporation
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Blues on the Downbeat . Kaycee On My Mind with Dave Dexter . Cherry Red . Roll 'Em Pete . Holler Stomp


Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson
Albert Ammons (American 1907-1949)
5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos by Albert Ammons © 1941 Leeds Music Corporation
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Boogie Woogie Stomp . Shout For Joy . Boogie Woogie Blues . Bass Gone Crazy . Monday Struggle

Sammy Price (American 1908-1992)
5 Boogie Woogie and Blues Piano Solos as Composed and Played by Sammy Price © 1943 Leeds Music Corporation
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Blues in C . Teed Up . Jumpin' the Boogie . Sweepin' the Blues Away . Frantic
Boogie-Woogie Land by Sammy Price and Irene Higginbotham © 1944 Edward B. Marks Music Corporation
_____Boogie Woogie in the Groove Sam Price . There'll Be Some Changes Made W. Benton Overstreet .
_____Riffin' the Boogie Sam Price . Tishomingo Blues Spencer Williams . Shouting the Boogie Sam Price .
_____Paper Doll Johnny S. Black . I Got To Boogie Sam Price . Dark Eyes Traditional .
_____La Cucaracha The Mexican Cockroach Song . Honky-Tonk Boogie Sam Price . Jazz Me Blues Tom Delaney .
_____Bye Bye Boogie Sam Price . Mama Inez Eliseo Grenet

Art Tatum (American 1909-1956)
Art Tatum Improvisations © 1939 Robbins Music Corporation
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If I Had You Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly
_____Stompin' at the Savoy Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Edgar Sampson
_____I'm in the Mood for Love Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
_____When I Grow Too Old to Dream Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg
_____How Am I To Know? Dorothy Parker, Jack King
_____Just You, Just Me Raymond Klages, Jesse Greer
_____Good Night Sweetheart Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly
_____I'm Coming Virginia Will Marion Cook, Donald Heywood
_____The Moon Is Low Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
_____Should I Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
_____Don't Blame Me Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
_____Blue Moon Lorenz Hart, Richard Rogers
_____Pagan Love Song Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
_____Sweet and Lovely Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules Lemare

5 Jazz Piano Solos by Art Tatum © 1944 Leeds Music Corporation
_____Carnegie Hall Bounce . Night Scene . Gang o' Nothin' . Jumpin' For Sumpin' . Live Jive

Art Tatum Improvisations No. 2 © 1946 Robbins Music Corporation
_____Lullaby in Rhythm Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Clarence Profit, Walter Hirsch
_____China Boy Dick Winfree, Phil Boutelje
_____Don't Get Around Much Anymore Bob Russell, Duke Ellington
_____Wabash Blues Dave Ringle, Fred Meinken
_____Sunday Ned Miller, Chester Cohn, Jules Stein, Bennie Krueger
_____I'll Never Be the Same Gus Kahn, Matt Malneck, Frank Signorelli
_____Ja-Da Bob Carleton
_____What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry? Walter Donaldson, Abe Lyman
_____I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good Paul Webster, Duke Ellington
_____The Wang Wang Blues Leo Wood, Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, Henry Busse
_____Hot Lips Henry Busse, Henry Lange, Lou Davis
_____At Sundown Walter Donaldson
_____Runnin' Wild Joe Grey, Leo Wood, A. Harrington Gibbs

Mary Lou Williams (American 1910-1981)
5 Piano Solos as Played and Written by Mary Lou Williams © 1941 Leeds Music Corporation
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A Mellow Bit of Rhythm with Herman Walder . Toadie Toddle with Sharon Pease . Scratchin' in the Gravel .
_____Mary Lou Williams Blues . Walkin' and Swingin'

Mary Lou Williams Boogie-Woggie Piano Transcriptions © 1943 Robbins Music Corporation
_____Don't Blame Me Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
_____Roll 'Em Mary Lou Williams
_____Stompin' at the Savoy Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Edgar Sampson
_____Runnin' Wild Joe Grey, Leo Wood, A. Harrington Gibbs
_____I'm in the Mood for Love Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
_____Lullaby in Rhythm Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Clarence Profit, Walter Hirsch
_____Sleepy Time Gal Jos. R. Alden, Raymond B. Egan, Ange Lorenzo, Richard A. Whiting
_____If I Had You Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly
_____Clouds Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
_____I Never Knew Tom Pitts, Ray Egan, Roy K. Marsh
_____The Moon Is Low Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
_____How Am I To Know? Dorothy Parker, Jack King
_____Little Joe From Chicago Mary Lou Williams, Henry Wells

6 Original Boogie-Woogie Piano Solos by Mary Lou Williams © 1944 Robbins Music Corporation
_____Special Freight . Dueces Wild . Twinklin' . Bobo and Doodles . The Duke and the Count . Chili Sauce

Billy Kyle (American 1914-1966)
5 Blues Piano Solos as Played by Billy Kyle © 1943 Leeds Music Corporation
"A" Flat To "C" Billy Kyle .
_____Pastel Blue Charles Shavers, Artie Shaw . Undecided Charles Shavers, Sid Robin .
_____Rehearsin' For a Nervous Breakdown Charles Shavers . Blues From Me To You Billy Kyle

Jay McShann (American 1916-2006)
5 Piano Solos by Jay McShann © 1942 Leeds Music Corporation
Confessin' the Blues with Walter Brown .
_____Dexter Blues . Vine Street Boogie . Hootie Blues with Charles Parker . Jumpin' the Blues with Charles Parker


Charlie Parker (American 1920-1955)
Leeds Jazz Masters Series, Charlie Parker © 1961 Music Corporation of America alto sax and piano
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Jumpin' the Blues (1942) Jay McShann, Charlie Parker, Walter Brown .
_____Hootie Blues (1941) Jay McShann, Charlie Parker, Walter Brown . Groovin' High (1944) Dizzy Gillespie .
_____Dizzy Atmosphere (1944) Dizzy Gillespie . Salt Peanuts (1941) Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Clarke .
_____A Night in Tunisia (1944) Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli . Groovin' High (1944) Dizzy Gillespie .
_____Lover Man (1941) Jimmy Davis, Roger Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman .
_____I'll Remember April (1941) Gene De Paul, Don Raye, Pat Johnston

MIDI sequences of piano sheet music of some marches by American composers

OS = online sources
AW =
Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
VB =
Left Foot, Right Foot March Album for Piano © 1942 Volkwein Bros. Inc.
CM =
Warner's Album of Marches for Piano © 1946 The Chart Music Publishing House
TF =
Top Flight Marches for the Piano © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.

(1885) OS American Patrol F. W. Meacham (1856-1909 SM
(1896) OS The Monarch George Meade SM
(1907) OS National Emblem E. E. Bagley (1857-1922) SM
(1910) OS University of Maine Stein Song E. A. Fenstad SM
(1917) OS Hail To America Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943) SM
(1918) CM Salute the Gang Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943)
(1923) VB Our Fighting Men M. S. Rocereto
(1928) AW Semper Paratus Francis Saltus Van Boskerck (1868-1927)
(1932) AW President Roosevelt Louis De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1932) VB The Freshman Louis J. Panella (1881-1940)
(1935) TF Grand Old Grads Paul Yoder (1908-1990)
(1939) AW Aces of the Air "Lester Brockton" Mayhew Lester Lake (1879-1955)
(1939) CM Fame and Fortune Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943)
(1939) VB The Rolling Hills of Pennsylvania Lois Miller
(1939) AW Youth On Parade Geoffrey O'Hara (1882-1967)
(1940) AW The Ramparts We Watch A. Gordon Beecher (1904-1973)
(1941) AW American Emblem Gordon Powell
(1941) AW National Defense "Lester Brockton" Mayhew Lester Lake (1879-1955)
(1941) AW Our Marines William D. Wardwell
(1941) AW Pledge of Allegiance Arthur Bergh (1882-1962)
(1941) AW Regimental Review Walter Westfall
(1942) CM Speed King George Theodore Johnson
(1942) CM Valiant Sons H. A. VanderCook (1864-1949)
(1943) TF Americans All L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1945) CM March of the Champions Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943)
(1949) TF Band of America Paul Lavalle (1908-1997)
(1949) TF Our United States Frank Ventre (1895-1966)
(1950) TF Sousa Day Fran Wine-Gar
(1954) TF On To Victory L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) TF Passing In Review Frank Ventre (1895-1966)
(1954) TF Sound Off! L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) TF Sports Classic D. M. Whetstone
(1954) TF Standard Bearer L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) TF The Golden Eagle Erik Leidzen (1894-1962)
(1954) TF To the Colors L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) TF Victorious Arms J. Belasco (1902-1973)

thoughts on scriptures

notes on scriptural prophecies
the first first year of Zedekiah
musings on Nephite money
musings on the sealed plates
new prophetic messages

miscellaneous presentations

letters to Enoch Williamson or included with them (1851-1863)
A Practical Method for the Pianoforte by O. D. Weaver (1906)
two songs by George M. Cohan about America's first President
Give Me the Old Fashioned Love a song by Della Mavity McDonnell
Nymph a vignette by John McDonnell

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