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some old piano music

MIDI sequences, photos of composers, biographies, sheet music, recordings, etc.

John Philip Sousa
Edward MacDowell
Ethelbert Nevin
Arthur Pryor
Johann C. Schmid
J. S. Zamecnik
James M. Fulton
John F. Barth
Charles L. Johnson
Edwin Franko Goldman
Eastwood Lane
Kenneth J. Alford
Ferde Grofé
Jimmy Yancey
George Gershwin
Louis Armstrong
Earl Hines
Pete Johnson
Fats Waller
Count Basie
Albert Ammons
Sammy Price
Art Tatum
Mary Lou Williams
Billy Kyle
Jay McShann
selected marches

SM = sheet music _ SM = sheet music not available online _ MS = manuscript
AR = audio recording _ VR = video recording _ PR = piano roll
DDC photo = Dave Dexter Collection photo

compiled by John McDonnell, a great-grandson of the John McDonnell who sold pianos in Kansas City

John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) photo with Edwin Franko Goldman SM
JC = © 1948 John Church Co. Sousa's Famous Marches arranged for Piano Solo by Henry Levine
TP = © Theodore Presser Co. Sousa Album for the Pianoforte
SF = © Sam Fox Pub. Co. Sousa Marches for Piano Solo
(1872) Moonlight on the Potomac waltzes
(1873) Review march AR
(1873) Cuckoo galop
(1876) The Honored Dead march AR
(1876) Revival march AR
(1876) On Wings of Lightning galop
(1877) Across the Danube march AR
(1877) Free-Lunch Cadets march
(1877) Myrrha gavotte AR
(1878) Esprit de Corps march AR
(1878) Silver Spray schottische
(1879) On the Tramp march AR
(1879) Resumption march AR
(1879) Globe and Eagle march AR
(1880) Our Flirtation march AR
(1880) Recognition march AR
(1880) Nymphalin reverie SM piano SM violin & piano SM violin & band AR violin & band
_______" 'But presently soft music was heard floating along, something like the sound we hear on
_______a still night ... then forth issued the fairies ... Ghost-like and shadowy floated on that
_______Shape through the abyss of time, governing the world with an unquestioned and noiseless
_______sway.' — Pilgrims of the Rhine." Pilgrims of the Rhine was an 1834 novel by Edward
_______Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873).
In 1880 Sousa became director of the Marine Band.
(1881) Guide Right march AR
(1881) President Garfield's Inauguration march AR
(1881) President Garfield's Funeral march AR
(1881) Right Forward march AR
(1881) The Wolverine march AR
(1881) Yorktown Centennial march AR
(1882) Congress Hall march AR
(1883) Bonnie Annie Laurie march AR
(1883) Mother Goose march AR
(1883) Pet of the Petticoats march AR
(1883) Right-Left march AR
(1883) Transit of Venus march AR
(1884) The White Plume march AR
(1885) Mikado march AR
(1885) Mother Hubbard march AR
(1885) Sound Off march AR
(1885) Triumph of Time march AR
(1886) The Gladiator march AR
(1886) The Rifle Regiment march AR
(1886) The Presidential Polonaise VR
(1886) La Reine de la Mer (The Queen of the Sea) valses SM VR

(1886) Tally-Ho! overture SM AR

(1886) Vautour overture VR
(1887) The Occidental march AR
(1887) The Coquette characteristic dance VR
(1888) Ben Bolt march AR
(1888) The Crusader march AR
(1888) National Fencibles march AR
(1888) JC Semper Fidelis march AR
(1889) The Picadore march AR
(1889) The Quilting Party march AR
(1889) JC The Thunderer march AR in honor of Columbia Commandery No.2 Knights Templar
(1889) JC The Washington Post march AR
(1889) Queen of the Harvest quadrille AR
(1890) Corcoran Cadets march AR
(1890) JC High School Cadets march AR
(1890) The Loyal Legion march AR
(1891) Homeward Bound march AR
In 1892, Sousa left the Marine Band to form his own civilian band. Sousa's Band made annual
transcontinential tours from 1892 to 1931, traveling over 700,000 miles to present over 10,000
concerts in about 1,000 cities across our globe.
(1892) The Belle of Chicago march AR
(1892) March of the Royal Trumpets AR
(1892) On Parade march AR
(1892) The Triton march AR
(1893) The Beau Ideal march AR
(1893) JC The Liberty Bell march AR
(1893) JC Manhattan Beach march AR
(1894) The Directorate march AR
(1895) JC King Cotton march AR

(1896) JC El Capitan march AR
(1896) JC The Stars and Stripes Forever march AR
(1896) The Colonial Dames waltzes AR
(1896) Three Quotations suite
_______The King of France AR - I, Too, Was Born in Arcadia AR - In Darkest Africa AR
(1897) TP The Bride-Elect march AR
(1898) TP The Charlatan march AR
(1899) JC Hands Across the Sea march AR
(1899) The Man Behind the Gun march AR
(1900) Hail to the Spirit of Liberty march AR
(1901) JC The Invincible Eagle march AR
(1901) The Pride of Pittsburgh march AR
(1902) Imperial Edward march AR in honor of British king Edward VII (1841-1910)
(1902) The Messiah of Nations patriotic anthem AR
lyrics by James Whitcomb Riley
In the need that bows us thus, America! Shape a mighty song for us, America!
Song to whelm a hundred years' roar of wars and rain of tears
'Neath a world's triumphant cheers, America! America!
Lift the trumpet to thy mouth, America! East and West and North and South, America!
Call us round the dazzling shrine of the starry old ensign,
Holier yet through blood of thine, America! America!
High o'er looking sea and land, America! Trustfully with outheld hand, America!
Thou dost welcome all in quest of thy freedom, peace and rest,
Ev'ry exile is thy guest, America! America!
Thine a universal love, America! Thine the cross and crown thereof, America!
Aid us, then, to sing thy worth: God hath builded, from thy birth,
The first nation of the earth, America! America!
(1903) Jack Tar march AR in honor of the British navy
(1903) A Summer Girl idyl SM transcribed for piano by Charles Kunkel (1840-1923)
(1904) The Diplomat march AR in honor of Secretary of State John Milton Hay (1838–1905)
(1905) At the King's Court suite SM arranged for piano by Charles Kunkel (1840-1923)
_______Her Ladyship, the Countess - Her Grace, the Duchess - Her Majesty, the Queen
(1906) The Free Lance march AR
(1906) TP Powhatan's Daughter march AR
(1908) JC Fairest of the Fair march AR
(1909) The Glory of the Yankee Navy march AR
(1910) The Federal march AR in honor of the people of Australia and New Zealand
(1910) Dwellers in the Western World suite
_______The Red Man AR - The White Man AR - The Black Man AR
(1911) Grand Promenade at the White House march AR
(1912) In the Land of the Golden Fleece valse romantique AR
(1912) The Gliding Girl tango VR
(1912) With Pleasure dance hilarious VR

(1913) From Maine to Oregon march AR
(1914) Columbia's Pride march AR
(1914) The Lambs' March AR
(1915) The New York Hippodrome march AR
(1915) The Pathfinder of Panama march AR
(1916) America First march AR
(1916) Boy Scouts of America march AR
(1916) Willow Blossoms legend AR
On 1917-04-06 America officially declared war on Germany.
(1917) Liberty Loan march AR
(1917) The Naval Reserve march AR
(1917) The U. S. Field Artillery march AR
(1917) The White Rose march AR
(1917) Wisconsin Forward Forever marching song SM AR
lyrics by Berton Braley
We're marching on, marching on, marching onward to our goal,
Through the dark, through the dawn, bold of heart, and strong of soul.
Alma Mater's sons and daughters, lift your voices strong and clear.
Keep the swinging chorus ringing, so the world will hear.
U-rah-rah-rah Wisconsin! Oh let us shout with faith undaunted.
U-rah-rah-rah Wisconsin! Then let our banners all be flaunted.
For we'll march along together as we hear the music play.
Unafraid of wind or weather, we will fight and win the day.
__We'll march on victorious, oh Varsity, Varsity fair,
__Your name, forever glorious, will hearten us to do and dare.
__We'll march on victorious, the cardinal waving in air,
__And Badgers all, we'll answer to the call, and we'll fight for Wisconsin forever.
(1918) Anchor and Star march AR
(1918) Bullets and Bayonets march AR
(1918) The Chantyman's March AR
(1918) Flags of Freedom march AR
(1918) SF Sabre and Spurs "March of the American Cavalry" AR

(1918) Solid Men to the Front march AR
(1918) USAAC march AR
(1918) The Volunteers march AR
(1918) Wedding March SM AR
(1918) We Are Coming marching song AR
lyrics by Edith Willis Linn
From the mountains wreathed and hoary, from the river and the plain,
From the seaboard and the valley, we are marching forth again.
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
We are coming, we are coming, as the pilgrims came of yore,
We will rally round Old Glory as our fathers did before.
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
With no malice in our bosom, with no hate, no dream of greed,
Where the stricken millions beckon, where the maimed and starving bleed,
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
__We are marching, marching, marching, in answer to the call
__Of justice for the nations and liberty for all.
(1919) The Golden Star march AR
(1920) SF Comrades of the Legion march AR
(1920) SF On the Campus march AR
_______lyrics by Helen Sousa Abert
_______Hip, hip, hooray! We're full of pep and happy,
_______Ours the world each day a merry jest;
_______Give a cheer, let's make it bright and snappy,
_______On the campus, that's when life is best.
(1920) Who's Who in Navy Blue march SM AR

(1921) Keeping Step With the Union march AR
(1922) SF The Gallant Seventh march AR
(1922) The Dauntless Battalion march AR
(1923) TP Power and Glory (March of the Mitten Men) AR
(1923) SF Nobles of the Mystic Shrine march AR Sousa became a member of the Ancient
_______Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (now Shriners International) in 1922.
_______See the 2020 article Mystic Nobles in the District.
(1924) SF Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. march AR
(1924) SF The Black Horse Troop march AR
(1924) Marquette University march AR
(1925) The Coeds of Michigan waltzes AR
(1925) SF The National Game march AR
(1926) SF The Gridiron Club march AR
(1926) Old Ironsides march AR
(1926) SF The Pride of the Wolverines march AR
(1926) SF Sesqui-Centennial Exposition march AR
(1927) The Atlantic City Pageant march AR
(1927) Magna Charta march AR
(1927) SF The Minnesota March AR
lyrics by Michael M. Jalma
March on, march on to victory, loyal sons of Varsity,
Fight on, fight on for Minnesota, for the glory of the old maroon and gold.
March on, march on to win today, down the field, fighting ev'ry play.
We're with you team, fighting team! Hear our song we cheer along
To help you win a victory.
__Rah! Rah! Ski-U-Mah! Rah! Rah! Ski-U-Mah! Rah! Rah! Raw! Rah! Rah! Raw!
March on, march on to victory, loyal sons of Varsity,
Fight on, fight on for Minnesota, for the glory of the old maroon and gold.
March on, march on to win today, down the field, fighting ev'ry play.
We're with you team, fighting team! Hear our song we cheer along
To help you win a victory.
(1927) SF Riders for the Flag march AR
(1928) Easter Monday on the White House Lawn AR
(1928) SF Golden Jubilee march AR
(1928) New Mexico march AR
(1928) Prince Charming march AR
(1928) University of Nebraska march AR
(1929) Daughters of Texas march AR
(1929) La Flor de Sevilla march AR
(1929) Foshay Tower Washington Memorial march AR
(1929) University of Illinois march AR
(1930) SF George Washington Bicentennial march AR
(1930) TP Harmonica Wizard march AR
(1930) The Legionnaires march AR
(1930) TP The Royal Welch Fusiliers march AR
(1930) The Salvation Army march AR
(1930) Untitled March AR
(1931) The Aviators march AR
(1931) A Century of Progress march AR
(1931) The Circumnavigator's Club march AR
(1931) Kansas Wildcats march AR
(1931) The Northern Pines march AR

Edward MacDowell (1860-1908) photo SM selected songs
(1883) First Modern Suite (1891)
_______Praeludium - Presto - Andantino and Allegretto - Intermezzo - Rhapsody - Fugue
(1883) Prelude and Fugue
(1895)
_______Prelude - Fugue
(1883) Second Modern Suite
(1911)
_______Praeludium - Fugato - Rhapsody - Scherzino - March - Fantastic Dance
(1883) Serenata
(1884) Two Fantastic Pieces
_______A Tale - Witches' Dance
(1884) Two Compositions
_______Barcarolle - Humoreske
(1884) Forest Idyls
(1912)
_______Forest Stillness - Play of the Nymphs - Revery - Dance of the Dryads
(1885) First Concerto
(for piano and orchestra) two pianos (1910) 1 - 2 - 3
(1885) Hamlet and Ophelia
(for orchestra) piano 4 hands
_______Hamlet - Ophelia
(1886) Three Poems
piano 4 hands
_______Night by the Sea - A Tale from Knightly Times - Ballad
(1886) Moon Pictures
piano 4 hands
_______The Hindoo Maiden - Story of the Stork - In the Tyrol - The Swan - Visit of the Bear

(1887) Four Compositions
_______Humoreske - March - Cradle Song - Czardas
(1887) Six Idyls after Goethe
_______In the Woods - Siesta - To the Moonlight -Silver Clouds - Flute Idyl - The Bluebell
(1887) Six Poems after Heine
(1901)
_______From a Fisherman's Hut - Scotch Poem - From Long Ago - The Postwaggon - The Shepherd Boy - Monologue
(1888) Four Little Poems
_______The Eagle - The Brook - Moonshine - Winter
(1888) Marionettes
(1901)
_______Prologue - Soubrette - Lover - Witch - Clown - Villain - Sweetheart - Epilogue
(1889) Etude de Concert
(1889) Les Orientales
_______Clair de Lune - Dans le Hamac - Danse Andalouse
(1890) Second Concerto
(for piano and orchestra) two pianos (1922) 1 - 2 - 3
(1890) Twelve Studies
_______Hunting Song - Alla Tarantella - Romance - Arabesque - In the Forest - Dance of the Gnomes - Idyl -
_______Shadow Dance
VR - Intermezzo - Melodie - Scherzino - Hungarian
(1891) Two Fragments After the Song of Roland
(for orchestra) piano 4 hands
_______The Saracens - The Lovely Alda
(1893) Sonata Tragica
(1922) 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
(1894) Twelve Virtuoso Studies
_______Novelette - Moto Perpetuo - Wild Chase - Improvisation - Elfin Dance - Valse Triste - Burlesque - Bluette -
_______Traumerei - March Wind - Impromptu -Polonaise
(1894) Air and Rigaudon
_______Air - Rigaudon
(1895) Sonata Eroica 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
(1896) Woodland Sketches
_______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

(1896) Amourette
Edgar Thorn
(1897) In Lilting Rhythm Edgar Thorn 1 - 2
(1897) Forgotten Fairy Tales
Edgar Thorn
_______Sung outside the Prince's door - Of a Tailor and a Bear - Beauty in the Rose-Garden - From Dwarf-land
(1897) Second Suite
(for orchestra) piano (1910)
_______Legend - Love Song - In War-time - Dirge -Village Festival
(1898) Six Fancies
Edgar Thorn
_______A Tin Soldier's Love - To a Humming Bird - Summer Song - Across Fields - Bluette - An Elfin Round
(1898) Sea Pieces
_______To the Sea - From a Wandering Iceberg - A. D. 1620 -Starlight - Song - From the Depths - Nautilus - In Mid-Ocean
(1900) Third Sonata 1 - 2 - 3
(1901) Fourth Sonata 1 - 2 - 3
(1902) Fireside Tales
_______An Old Love Story - Of Br'er Rabbit
VR - From a German Forest - Of Salamanders - A Haunted House -
_______By Smouldering Embers

(1902) New England Idyls
_______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
piano transcriptions by Edward MacDowell
(1890) Six Little Pieces
after sketches of J. S. Bach (1685-1750)
_______Courante - Menuet - Gigue - Menuet - Menuet - Marche
(1900) Le Bavolet Flottant
for clavecin by F. Couperin (1668-1733)
(1900) Jig for harpsichord by C. H. Graun (1701-1759)
(1900) Tempo di Minuetto after G. B. Grazioli (1746-c1820)
(1900) Jig for harpsichord by J. Mattheson (1681-1764)
(1900) Courante for clavecin by J. P. Rameau (1683-1764)
(1900) Sarabande for clavecin by J. P. Rameau (1683-1764)
(1902) Sarabande for clavecin by J. B. Loeilly (1660-1728)
(1906) The Song of the Shepherdess from MacDowell's First Suite for orchestra (1891)

Ethelbert Nevin (1862-1901) photo bio SM selected songs
(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 (1869-1942) photo bio
In 1892 Pryor joined Sousa's band as a trombonist. From 1895 to 1903 he was the
assistant conductor for Sousa's band.
(1896) Sweet Lorena Ray song SM
lyrics by Dreamor R. Drake
Do you hear the wild birds singing, sweet Lorena,
With their songs the hills are ringing, sweet Lorena,
While the dainty dew drops fall, while the night is over all,
To my heart they seem to call, sweet Lorena.
__Lorena, sweet Lorena Ray, with your face divine,
__Smiles that brighten all the day, say you will be mine.
__Then no matter what betide, love will light our way,
__Happy with my little bride, sweet Lorena Ray.
To my mind a vision bringing, sweet Lorena,
And my soul a tune is singing, sweet Lorena,
Singing of a heart so true, it would break with love for you,
Break to bid it's dream adieu, sweet Lorena.
__Lorena, sweet Lorena Ray, with your face divine,
__Smiles that brighten all the day, say you will be mine.
__Then no matter what betide, love will light our way,
__Happy with my little bride, sweet Lorena Ray.
Do you hear the songsters singing, sweet Lorena,
O, the joy their notes are bringing, sweet Lorena,
While I kiss the golden hair, parted from the face so fair,
See the answer hidden there, sweet Lorena.
__Lorena, sweet Lorena Ray, with your face divine,
__Smiles that brighten all the day, say you will be mine.
__Then no matter what betide, love will light our way,
__Happy with my little bride, sweet Lorena Ray.
Eyes that charm my heart completely, sweet Lorena,
Lips that meet my own so sweetly, sweet Lorena,
Smiles that waft my soul away, charms that cheer my heart for aye,
Love that tunes my simple lay, sweet Lorena.
__Lorena, sweet Lorena Ray, with your face divine,
__Smiles that brighten all the day, say you will be mine.
__Then no matter what betide, love will light our way,
__Happy with my little bride, sweet Lorena Ray.
(1897) Ye Boston Tea Party march SM AR
(1898) Love Thoughts waltz SM
(1898) The Gridiron march SM
(1899) A Coon Band Contest jazz foxtrot SM AR
(1899) Southern Hospitality ragtime cakewalk SM
In 1903 Pryor left Sousa's band to form his own band.
(1904) Mr. Black Man march SM AR
(1904) On Jersey Shore march AR
(1904) The Victor march SM PR
(1905) Razzazza Mazzazza rag-time two-step SM AR
(1905) The Whistler and His Dog caprice SM AR
(1906) The Baby Parade march SM
(1907) After Sunset intermezzo SM AR
(1907) Danny and His Hobby-Horse caprice SM PR
(1908) Captain Cupid march SM AR
(1908) In Lover's Lane tone poem AR
(1909) Frozen Bill rag SM AR
(1909) Teddy-After-Africa humoresque two-step SM AR
(1910) The Arcade Girl march and two-step SM AR
(1911) The Arms of America march SM AR
(1911) That Flying Rag AR
(1914) Toute la Nuit one-step two-step rag
On 1917-04-06 America officially declared war on Germany.
(1917) We'll Be There, Uncle Sammy march song SM
lyrics by William K. Devereux
We're just waiting, Uncle Sammy, we're just waiting your command,
And we're ready, Uncle Sammy, just to show you where we stand.
We are watching for your signal, when you flash it, we'll be there.
Raise your finger, we'll not linger, we'll be there!
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there,
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
__Tell to us the old, old story that you need us for Old Glory.
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
From the Northland, Uncle Sammy, you will find the Boys in Blue,
Down in Dixie, Uncle Sammy, Boys in Grey are with you, too.
Just you tell us that you need us; you can send us anywhere.
You can reckon when you beckon, we'll be there!
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there,
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
__Tell to us the old, old story that you need us for Old Glory.
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
You have tried us, Uncle Sammy, in the days of long ago.
Think of Lexington and Trenton, think of Scott in Mexico,
Think of Dewey at Manila, "Fire when ready!" just declare.
When you sic 'em, we will lick 'em, we'll be there!
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there,
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
__Tell to us the old, old story that you need us for Old Glory.
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
We've been neutral, Uncle Sammy, while you kept us out of war,
We've been patient, Uncle Sammy, though our hearts are sick and sore.
Now we're anxious for the battle, for Old Glory bright and fair.
Lead us to it, they will rue it, we'll be there!
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there,
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
__Tell to us the old, old story that you need us for Old Glory.
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
Not for treasure, Uncle Sammy, will we follow where you lead,
Not for kingdoms, Uncle Sammy, not for power or for greed,
But for freedom, Uncle Sammy, freedom here and ev'rywhere.
You're our leader, you're our pleader, we'll be there!
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there,
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
__Tell to us the old, old story that you need us for Old Glory.
__We'll be there, Uncle Sammy, we'll be there!
(1919) American Legion march SM AR
(1920) Soldiers of Fortune march SM AR

Johann C. Schmid (1870-1951) photo bio compositions-list compositions-timeline pseudonyms
1948 WWDC radio interview in which Schmid acknowledged that he wrote "Awakening of the
Soul" by "Dorma St. John" and "The Rajah" and "The Captain General" marches by "Marie Louka"
(1888) Greetings of Spring J. C. Schmid SM "to Miss Mamie Kaekel" whose full name was
_______Marie Louise Kaekel, from which Marie Louka was derived
(1895) Bonnie Dear and I Johann C. Schmid waltz song SM
(1899) National Export Exposition S. Casper Johann march SM
In 1901, when he was 30-31 years old, Schmid married Marie Louise Kaekel.
(1901) Japanese Fire Dance Marie Louka characteristic SM with video of a Japanese fire dance
(1902) The Rajah Marie Louka march and two-step SM AR
(1902) Flowers of Youth A. C. Weymann and Johann C. Schmid caprice SM
(1903) Alone in the Deep Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1903) Cupid's Dart Marie Louka idylle caprice SM
In 1903, when Schmid was 32 years old, his wife Marie died of yellow fever.
(1903) Karmara Marie Louka African bolo dance "To Miss Gussie Brock, Phila., Pa." SM
Schmid married Augusta Brock on 1903-10-20, when he was 33 years old.
(1904) A Silent Prayer (Ein Stilles Gebet) Marie Louka reverie SM
(1904) Daisies Marie Louka song SM
lyrics by Richard C. Dillmore
In the field abloom with daisies, when I last beheld you there,
With the rippling wave of sunshine gleaming in your golden hair,
Daisies then to me seemed fairer than the rarest flow'rs that grow.
Can you guess why bright-eyed daisies thrilled my heart long, long ago?
In the field abloom with daisies, I will ne'er forget the scene.
There I crowned you with a garland, crowned you as the daisy queen.
Daisies, tell my love the secret that to you I did impart,
Tell her in your silent language, tell the story of my heart.
(1904) Dance of the Snowflakes (Tanz der Schneeflocken) Marie Louka characteristic SM
(1904) My Dixie Rose Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1904) The Fadette Marie Louka march and two-step SM

(1904) The North American Marie Louka march and two-step SM The North American was a
_______Philadephia newspaper.
(1905) A Flower From Home Sweet Home Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1905) Dance of the Dewdrops (Tanz der Thauperlen) Marie Louka characteristic SM
(1905) Fire and Flame (Feuer und Flamme) Marie Louka march and two-step SM
(1905) Fleeting Hours Marie Louka reverie SM
(1905) The Baseball March Johann C. Schmid march and two-step SM
(1905) The Hour of Prayer (Die Stunde des Gebet's) Marie Louka reverie SM
(1905) When They Gather In the Sheaves Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1906) Birds and Breezes Marie Louka waltzes SM
(1906) Ev'ry Ship Will Find a Harbor Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1906) Flickering Shadows Margaret Eldon reverie SM
(1906) The Captain General Marie Louka march and two-step SM AR
(1906) The Challenger Johann C. Schmid march and two-step SM
(1906) Though Your Hair Is Turning Silver You've a Heart of Gold Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1906) When the Orioles Come North Again Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1907) Let's Try the Old Back Yard Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1907) Phasma Marie Louka shadow dance SM
(1907) Sunset Clayton Hallowell reverie SM
(1907) There's a Warm Spot In My Heart For Tennessee Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1907) Twilight on the Water Franz von Falkenberg idylle SM
(1908) Footlight Flashes George Gordon Meade march SM
(1908) If You Must Love Someone, Won't You Please Love Me? Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1908) I Love You For Yourself Alone Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1908) Ocean Spray Marie Louka mazurka caprice SM
(1908) Primrose, Good-bye Clayton Hallowell song SM
(1908) Somebody Just Like You Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1909) Moon-Bird Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1909) Moonlight in Jungleland song Johann C. Schmid SM AR
(1909) The Garden of Roses Johann C. Schmid song SM 1.5 million copies sold in 18 months AR
_______string trio sequenced by Lewis J. Thomas Jr. SM
lyrics by J. E. Dempsey
Come into the garden of roses, dear, and stand where the sunbeams fall,
Sweet perfume arises like like incense pure to one who is fairer than all.
__Beautiful garden of roses, kissed by the golden dew,
__Each pretty flower discloses virtues I find in you.
__White means your soul so pure, dear, red is your love most true.
__You are my garden of beautiful roses. My own rose, my one rose, that's you.
The roses that bloom in the garden, dear, must wither and fade someday,
But time only adds to the rose of love a charm that can never decay.
__Beautiful garden of roses, kissed by the golden dew,
__Each pretty flower discloses virtues I find in you.
__White means your soul so pure, dear, red is your love most true.
__You are my garden of beautiful roses. My own rose, my one rose, that's you.
(1909) There's No Girl Like Your Old Girl Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1909) White Wings Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1909) You're a Grand Old Bell Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1910) Adieu, Beloved, Adieu Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1910) Sweet Old Rose Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1910) A Song of Old Kilkenny (Irish Ballad) Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1910) Gee! But the Moon Makes Me Lonesome Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1910) Tahmineh (Amour d'Orientelle) Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1910) The Garden of Roses Waltzes Johann C. Schmid SM
(1910) The Moonlight, the Rose and You Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1910) The Passing Caravan Patrol Johann C. Schmid march SM AR
(1910) The Vale of Dreams Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1910) When the Candle Lights are Gleaming Clayton Hallowell song SM
(1911) By the Light of the Jungle Moon J. Caldwell Atkinson song SM
(1911) If the Garden of Roses Should Change To Thorns Johann C. Schmid song SM
_______MIDI by James Pitt-Payne
(1911) Night Brings Dreams and Dreams Bring You Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1911) The Hour That Gave Me You Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1911) The Whirlwind Johann C. Schmid concert galop SM
(1912) At the Gate of the Palace of Dreams Johann C. Schmid song SM AR
(1912) Autumn Glow Clayton Hallowell reverie SM
(1912) Awakening of the Soul Dorma St. John meditation-brilliante SM
(1912) Cap and Gown Marie Louka march SM
(1912) Dance of the Toys (Puppen Tanz) Marie Louka SM
(1912) Dance of the Woodbird Carl Heinrich Leonhardi mazurka caprice SM
(1912) Dancing Dolls Marie Louka waltz SM
(1912) Don't Drop a Quarter in the Meter J. Caldwell Atkinson song SM
(1912) Drumsticks Paul A. Embrock characteristic march SM
(1912) Mission Bells Marie Louka tone poem SM with commentary
(1912) No Girl Can Take My Old Girl's Place J. Caldwell Atkinson song SM
(1912) Perle de Perse Johann C. Schmid valse orientelle SM
(1912) Silvery Shadows Franz von Falkenberg idylle SM

(1912) Sunset on the Ocean Marie Louka reverie SM
(1912) Under the Big September's Moon J. Caldwell Atkinson song AR
(1913) By the Rio Grande (Mexican Serenade) Anatol Friedland and Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1913) Honey, Behave Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1913) If I Could Only Make You Care Johann C. Schmid song SM AR string trio edited and
_______sequenced by Lewis J. Thomas Jr. SM
lyrics by J. E. Dempsey
I never thought the world could lose its sunshine, the sky its blue, or songs their melody,
Until I tried to tell you how I loved you, until you said you could not care for me.
__If I could only make you care! If I could only make you see
__How much I love, how much I need you, and how I pray you'll care someday!
__If I could press you to my heart and make you feel the longing there,
__The burning wish to have you love me! If I could only make you care!
I envy ev'ry flower in the garden, and one of them I've often longed to be,
For I have seen you press them to your lips, dear. If you could only care as much for me!
__If I could only make you care! If I could only make you see
__How much I love, how much I need you, and how I pray you'll care someday!
__If I could press you to my heart and make you feel the longing there,
__The burning wish to have you love me! If I could only make you care!
(1913) Say "Yes" With a Sweet Red Rose Johann C. Schmid song SM
(1913) Sweet Savannah Sue J. Caldwell Atkinson song SM
(1913) Thoughts of Spring Elizabeth K. Peall waltz SM
(1914) Bridal Blushes Johann C. Schmid waltz SM PR AR
some music by Schmid published by 1367-69 Broadway New York companies
On 1914-10-24 The Music Trade Review reported: "Sam Speck and Johann Schmid, both
formerly connected with Remick & Co., have formed a partnership for publishing music in
New York under the name of the Cosmopolitan Music Co." This short-lived company was
owned by The New Amsterdam Music Corporation, which had the same 1367-69 Broadway
New York City address.
(1914) Montmartre Johann C. Schmid silhouette tango SM Cosmopolitan Music Co.
(1914) Kaloma Giré Goulineaux valse hésitante SM Cosmopolitan Music Co.

(1914) Roses Remind Me of Someone Johann C. Schmid song SM Cosmopolitan Music Co. AR
(1914) She Had No Mother To Guide Her J. Caldwell Atkinson song SM New Amsterdam
_______Music Corporation
lyrics by Powell I. Ford
She is only a butterfly careless and gay,
And she's anyone's girlie they say,
For she flutters around where the white lights burn bright.
I wonder if some mother needs her tonight.
Perhaps she's like many another we see,
And if you should ask her the answer would be that
__She had no mother to guide her, no one to watch or to pray,
__No one to care if she wandered over the gay white way.
__No loving lips ever whispered "God keep you safe from downfall."
__She had no mother to guide her. She is one out of many, that's all.
Where the white lights are gleaming so mellow and bright
There is many a sad heart tonight,
For the laughter and song only serve to conceal
The pangs of regret and the sorrow they feel.
Each world weary lass has a tale of her own.
She fell by the wayside unwarned and alone. For
__She had no mother to guide her, no one to watch or to pray,
__No one to care if she wandered over the gay white way.
__No loving lips ever whispered "God keep you safe from downfall."
__She had no mother to guide her. She is one out of many, that's all.
On 1914-08-04 Britain declared war on Germany.
(1914) Fight With Tommy in the Trenches Willis Richfield song SM New Amsterdam Music
_______Corporation
(1915) I'm an American, That's All Johann C. Schmid song SM New Amsterdam Music Corp.
lyrics by Harry D. Kerr
'Twas after school, the class had gone, the teacher saw him there.
He asked the boy what caused the tears and filled him with despair,
The boy replied, My parents, sir, came from another land,
And in this war the boys ask me to tell them where I stand.
The teacher filled with pride, then to the boy replied:
__Your father my be from across the sea from a land he may call his own,
__And your mother too may swear she's true to her king who is on his throne.
__But no matter what your station, you've just one obligation to answer your own nation's call.
__Stand by Old Glory, be proud to say, I'm an American, that's all.
The nations on the other side, where bloodshed reigns today,
Can't ask a son of Uncle Sam to take sides either way.
Your duty to your home and friends is strict neutrality.
And when they ask you where you stand, just tell them all for me
You stand right here today for good old U. S. A.:
__Your father my be from across the sea from a land he may call his own,
__And your mother too may swear she's true to her king who is on his throne.
__But no matter what your station, you've just one obligation to answer your own nation's call.
__Stand by Old Glory, be proud to say, I'm an American, that's all.
(1915) Just for the Key to Your Heart Johann C. Schmid song SM New Amsterdam Music
_______Corporation PR
(1915) In the Smoke of a Good Cigar Johann C. Schmid SM Samuel H. Speck
some piano rolls produced while Schmid managed the Rose Valley Music Co.
On 1917-04-21 The Music Trade Review reported: "Sometime ago Mr. Schmid dropped out
of sight of his friends in the sheet music trade, and beyond the announcement that he was
engaged in other pursuits near his home city, Philadelphia, his later activities were unknown
to many. The Review scout has discovered Mr. Schmid doing mighty well in another line of
the music trade. In other words, instead of composing music he now sells it in the shape of
music rolls, being general manager of the Rose Valley Co., successful music roll
manufacturers in Media, Pa. Mr. Schmid is therefore supporting the interests of his friends
among the music publishers and composers by providing additional royalties for mechanical
reproduction rights. He declares that selling music rolls has some advantage over composing
for the fickle public." From 1917 through the early 1930s Johann C. Schmid served as vice
president and general manager of the Rose Valley Music Co., which produced and sold Ideal
piano rolls. Schmid hired skilled pianists like Ed Sheppard (1894-1964) and Schmid's
daughter Margaretta (1906-1990) to cut piano rolls. "By August 1919, Sheppard was under
the employ of the Rose Valley Music Co., manufacturers of several brands of roll, the most
prominent (and long-lived) being the 'Ideal' brand... Sheppard starts to appear in earnest for
the Rose Valley roll company around October 1922, no less than 10 of their releases for that
month crediting him as the artist. Other Ideal/Rose Valley rolls credit C(arl) H(einrich)
Leonhardi, Clayton Hallowell, and Paul (A.) Embrock as pianists. However these were in
fact pseudonyms used by one of the founders of the Rose Valley company, Johann C Schmid,
for his compositional efforts (amongst many other names). Although Schmid did hand-play
a few rolls for his Rose Valley concern, the rolls credited to his various pseudonyms are all
audibly easy to identify as the work of Sheppard, suggesting Schmid as the general
manager had assigned his compositional pseudonyms to also be 'house artist' names to
increase the perceived size of Rose Valley/Ideal to the consumer. (This was all revealed
in my correspondence in the mid 2010s with Lewis Thomas Jr., grandson of Johann C.
Schmid). Ideal also supplied rolls to the Plaza Music Company who released them under
their own 'Jewel' brand, and Sheppard used his wife's maiden name, L. Bradley, for the
Jewel rolls — although the exact same performances as the Ideal rolls. This made the Jewel
rolls seem more credible, as if they had their own stable of artists." On 1919-08-30 The
Music Trade Review
reported: "Johann C. Schmid, who in years agone composed many
songs and instrumental numbers that have ranked as big hits, has entered the ranks of jazz
artists, and is responsible for the melody of a new number, 'That Heavenly Jazz' (The
Religious Blues), which is to be produced as a word roll by the Rose Valley Music Co.,
Philadelphia, of which Mr. Schmid is now general manager."
(1919) That Heavenly Jazz Johann C. Schmid song SM PR
(1919) Oh What a Pal Was Mary Leslie, Kalmar, Wendling PR Gire Golineaux
_______assisted by Ed Sheppard
(19??) Still Ruhr Der See H. Pfeil PR Johann C. Schmid
(1921) Hobel-lied Conrad Kreutzer PR Johann C. Schmid
(1921) O Tannenbaum PR Johann C. Schmid
(1921) Old Kentucky Moonlight Van Alstyne PR Clayton Hallowell
(1922) Burning Sands D. Onivas PR Paul Embrock
(1922) Lola Lo Smith, Wheeler, Lange, Klapholz PR Clayton Hallowell
(1923) Blue Hoosier Blues Friend & Baer PR Ed Sheppard & Paul Embrock
(1923) Just a Girl That Men Forget Dubin, Rath, Garren PR Clayton Hallowell
(1923) Your Mamma's Gonna Slow You Down Buddy Cooper PR Paul Embrock
(1924) Victorious Peace Marie Louka march
(1925) Mother's Lullaby songs arranged by Marie Louka MS
(1925) Songs for Childhood Games arranged by Marie Louka
(1925) The Arrival of Santa Claus (In Story and Song) arranged by Marie Louka
(1925) Cumberland Halsey K. Mohr PR J. Caldwell Atkinson
Schmid was elected to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
on 1936-05-28, when he was 65 years old.
four piano pieces by Schmid first published in Australia
(1939) Damask Rose
Marie Louka nocturne SM

(1939) Dance of the Fireflies Marie Louka dance SM
(1939) Dancing Shadows Marie Louka dance SM
(1939) Thoughts at Sunset Marie Louka reverie SM
Britain declared war on Germany on 1939-09-03, when Schmid was 69 years old.
some manuscripts of music written by Schmid in 1940 and 1941
(1940) Someone's Sorry
Alfred Harmon and J. Caldwell Atkinson song MS 1940-10-01 AR
(1940) Flowers From the Dust Marie Louka song MS 1940-09-01 AR AR "Flowers From
_______the Dust" was published in 1941 by Mills Music Inc.
lyrics by Dorothy Elder
Night is falling, small hearts calling for the touch of one they love
While the angels weep above.
Little ones bewildered sleeping far away from trundle beds,
With the stars their lone watch keeping o'er their weary troubled heads.
Guns of darkness, guns of darkness waiting there, destruction keep.
Do you dare disturb their sleep?
Hushabye, hushabye, dream your dreams of peace and trust.
These are the flowers from the dust.
(1941) Beyond the Twilight's Purple Glow Johann C. Schmid meditation MS
lyrics by Helen Martin
Reflection
Here in the purple twilight where beauty used to dwell
I walk through the paths of childhood in the garden I loved so well.
Nothing but ruin greets me. A bleeding heart in despair
Blooms by the doorless chapel as I breath my promise and prayer.
The Promise
Garden and chapel of my youth where I first learned of honor and truth,
I'll mend your door I promise you true, place all the flowers where they always grew
To invite weary travellers passing your way to share your peace and linger to pray.
This I will do before I go beyond the twilight's purple glow.
The Prayer
I breath my prayer because I know beyond the twilight's purple glow
Where angels guard the heavenly way and dim the twilight as I pray
That when the night brings silence deep God in his mercy will wrap me in sleep.
(1941) untitled 1 Marie Louka MS 1941
(1941) untitled 2 Johann C. Schmid / Marie Louka MS 1941 January
(1941) On Kailua's Shore Marie Louka song MS 1941 January
_______Kailua Beach and Pearl Harbor are both on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
lyrics by Helen Martin
On the sands of Ka-i-lu-a, mem'ry calls me there
Where soft Pacific breezes blow the rainbow mist in your hair.
On Ka-i-lu-a's shore, isle of magic lore,
Where we found our love 'neath the moon's silv'ry glow,
Music of soft guitars filled the breeze,
And stars cast their spell on us below.
The moon went drifting out to sea,
He left the stars to you and me,
Shining with hope so bright, watching there each night,
Waiting for you on Ka-i-lu-a's shore.
(1941) Toytown On Parade Marie Louka march MS (unfinished)
(1941) Chins Up America Johann C. Schmid march MS (unfinished)
(1941) The War Correspondent (Topic of the Day) Marie Louka march MS
(1941) We're Standing By America Marie Louka song MS 1941-12-05 (2 days before
_______the 1941-12-07 attack on Pearl Harbor)
lyrics by Helen Martin
Here's to America land of our birth, the star of the sea, the queen of the earth,
A haven of freedom, a light shining bright, ablaze with freedom, love for right.
From north to the south, the America's three, united they stand because they are free,
IN GOD WE TRUST, our motto true, and for old Glory we will promise you
To come from mountain and valley, from city and farm,
To keep that light bright and safe from all harm.
We love you America our native land, and by your side united stand.
__America, America, the land where the brave are free,
__America, America, the cradle of liberty,
__We're standing by America to guard you by land and sea,
__From shore to shore united for America.
(1943) The Stars Are God's Candles Johann C. Schmid song SM Concert Music Publishing Co.
(1947) The Old Homestead Johann C. Schmid song MS 1947 WWDC radio broadcast version
Schmid died on 1951-03-07, when he was 80 years old.

J. S. Zamecnik (1872-1953) photo bio SM
Before movies had sound tracks, Zamecnik and the Sam Fox Pub. Co. he worked for were
pioneers in providing sheet music for pianists in small towns or for orchestras in large cities
to play live by musicians for silent film audiences.
(1908) College Yell march two-step SM AR
_______Happy are the days that we spend as college boys.
_______There's nothing seems to give such delight as college joys.
_______When voices ring and good fellows sing, our woes dispel.
_______So here's a cheer, let ev'ryone hear our college yell.
(1909) A Trip to the North Pole descriptive march SM
(1911) Love Sonnets "Three Melodies for the Piano"
_______Love Fancies
_______The Secret of the Sea barcarole SM shown after the missing "Love Fancies"
_______The Bee and the Floweret moderato grazioso SM shown after "The Secret of the Sea"
(1912) College Capers march two-step SM
(1912) Mandy's Ragtime Waltz SM
(1913) Movie Rag novelty two-step SM
(1914) Co-ed march two-step SM "companion to the popular 'Frat' march [by John F. Barth]"
_______lyrics by J. R. Shannon
_______Here's to the girl in college, and to her charming ways.
_______Here's to the girl of knowledge, pride of our student days. Rah! Rah! Rah!
_______We boast your winsome manner, we'll toast you till we're dead.
_______Long live our Alma Mater. Here's to you, fair Co-ed.
(1914) World Peace march SM
(1916) All America march SM AR
(1916) Ole Virginny one-step SM
(1916) The Last Farewell waltz SM
(1917) The Fox Trail march SM
(1917) The Wooing Hour serenade SM
On 1917-04-06 America officially declared war on Germany.
(1917) For the Freedom of the World "a wonder song of international appeal" SM AR
lyrics by Edmund Vance Cooke
The trumpets call, our banners all are flying; drums are sounding, hearts are bounding,
We march to save where men are bravely dying, by the tempest tossed and whirled.
Though mothers moan and sweethearts may be sighing, we struggle till the foeman's flag is furled;
For the land which gave us birth, for the peoples of the earth, and the freedom of all the world!
__We come! we come! to the fife and the drum for the flag of the free which protects you and me;
__For each! for all! we stand or we fall for the love of our liberty.
__We come! we come! to the fife and the drum for the flag of the free which protects you and me;
__For each! for all! we stand or we fall for the love of our liberty.
From South and North we sally forth to battle; firm and steady, we are ready!
From West and East till war has ceased its rattle and the foe is backward hurled.
Till man is man and not a tyrant's chattel, till royal rags and pirate flags are furled;
For the safety of the state, for America, the Great, and the freedom of all the world!
__We come! we come! to the fife and the drum for the flag of the free which protects you and me;
__For each! for all! we stand or we fall for the love of our liberty.
__We come! we come! to the fife and the drum for the flag of the free which protects you and me;
__For each! for all! we stand or we fall for the love of our liberty.
(1917) Spirit of America "a patriotic patrol" SM
(1918) Faith of America "a new national song" SM
lyrics by Edmund Vance Cooke
When the sons of our soil by the hands of their toil declared men equal and free,
When they set that as seal of American weal as promise for you and for me,
By their word and their sword and their pen they proclaimed it to God and to men.
__Let Truth and Right decide us! And if our hearts are void,
__Our hands are dust, our swords are rust, and we destroyed.
__But if our banners guide us to answer Freedom's call,
__Tho' you and I may fight and die, ours shall not fall!
As our purpose is pure so our Cause shall endure when the call of the bugles is heard.
For the hearts of our state be they lowly or great resound to our old old word,
And again and again and again we proclaim it to God and to men.
__Let Truth and Right decide us! And if our hearts are void,
__Our hands are dust, our swords are rust, and we destroyed.
__But if our banners guide us to answer Freedom's call,
__Tho' you and I may fight and die, ours shall not fall!
(1919) In a Canoe serenade SM
(1920) Blue Bells moderato grazioso SM
(1921) Star of the Orient tone picture SM
(1921) Fox March Folio Vol. 1 for the Piano SM
_______The Ambassador (1921) - Our Boys (1917) - Class Day (1921) - Royal Knight (1921) -
_______The Patriot (1917) - The Flying Ace (1919) - Field of Glory (1921) -
_______On the Hike (1919) - The Diplomat (1921) - America's Finest (1917)
(1923) Fox March Folio Vol. 2 for the Piano SM
_______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
brightly SM
(1935) World Events from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co. AR
(1938) Dress Parade Frederic Van Norman (a pseudonym of J. S. Zamecnik)
_______from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1938) Nation's Pride from Top Flight Marches © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1938) Yankee Land from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1941) American Youth from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1941) Army Officers from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1941) The Fleet from Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.

James M. Fulton (1873-1940) photo AR
(1900) The Pioneer march SM
(1901) Colored Delegates cakewalk and two-step SM
(1908) Battleship Connecticut march and two-step SM VR
(1908) The New Tipperary march SM
(1909) The Indomitable march and two-step SM VR
(1910) Lonesome Little Me song SM
lyrics by Leo J. Curley
Seems like all the girls are getting married, makes me just as blue as I can be,
Wish that I could get a fellow somehow, it's funny no one wants to marry me.
We have a lovely sofa in our parlor, and Dad's a cinch, but still the boys won't call,
Ma says when she was young they came a plenty, some nights she thought she'd have to hire a hall.
__I'm awful lonesome, lonesome, might as well be living in the moon,
__No one calls around at night to cozy up and hold me tight, I'll be an old maid soon,
__Gee how happy I could be kind of cuddled up on someone's knee,
__Like to put the fellows wise, think I'll have to advertize, lonesome little me.
Lots of girls aint half so nice I am, funny how they ever get a beau,
Dad just kids me something awful lately, he kind of smiles and says I must be slow,
He says to get some salt and I might catch one, and then he laughs till I could almost cry,
Next time I get a fellow on our sofa, I'll snuggle up real close, and then I'll sigh.
__I'm awful lonesome, lonesome, might as well be living in the moon,
__No one calls around at night to cozy up and hold me tight, I'll be an old maid soon,
__Gee how happy I could be kind of cuddled up on someone's knee,
__Like to put the fellows wise, think I'll have to advertize, lonesome little me.

John F. Barth (1874-1947)
(1902) Ma Ragtime Queen
march and two-step SM Rogers & Eastman
(1903) Foxy Sam characteristic two-step SM Fox Music Co.
(1903) Rambling Mose characteristic march and two-step SM H. N. White
(1910) Spooning in the Moonlight song SM Fred Heltman
Summer is the only time to coo and spoon,
When nobody's looking but the shining moon,
Strolling with your sweetheart while the stars are shining bright,
The only time for holding hands is on a summer night.
__Spooning in the moonlight in the summertime,
__Dreaming in love's dreamland with your baby mine,
__Stealing hugs and kisses, gee I think that's fine!
__Spooning in the moonlight in the summertime.
I'm in love with all the little cute sweet girls,
Some have eyes like diamonds, some have teeth like pearls,
In the park quite late at night I have a great old time,
I think that I could live on spooning in the summertime.
__Spooning in the moonlight in the summertime,
__Dreaming in love's dreamland with your baby mine,
__Stealing hugs and kisses, gee I think that's fine!
__Spooning in the moonlight in the summertime.
companion marches
(1910) Frat
march two-step by John F. Barth SM Sam Fox Pub. Co.
_______Here's to the good old Frat boys, here's to our college days.
_______Bring out the good old songs, boys, sing out the good old lays.
_______Here's to the good old Profs, boys, patient and kind always.
_______Here's to the good old Frat boys, here's to our college days.
(1914) Co-ed march two-step by J. S. Zamecnik SM Sam Fox Pub. Co.
_______"companion to the popular 'Frat' march"
_______lyrics by J. R. Shannon
_______Here's to the girl in college, and to her charming ways.
_______Here's to the girl of knowledge, pride of our student days. Rah! Rah! Rah!
_______We boast your winsome manner, we'll toast you till we're dead.
_______Long live our Alma Mater. Here's to you, fair Co-ed.
_______1911 photo of Barnard College girls
(1911)
Rooters march two-step SM The Eastman Company
_______Come on boys and give the team a hand,
_______Root like, well just root to beat the band.
_______Make a noise and yell like sin,
_______Come on, come on, we've got to win.
(1912) School Days march two-step SM The Fred Heltman Co.
_______Bring back those happy school days, bring back the dear old school.
_______Bring back the patient teachers, who did so kindly rule. Not! Not! Not!
_______Bring back those dear old schoolmates who now are far away.
_______They'll live forever in memory, bring back those good old days.
(1912) Toboggan Rag two-step SM Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1913) Sorority march SM The Fred Heltman Co.
(1919) Moon-Glow for the piano SM Sam Fox Pub. Co.

Charles L. Johnson (1875-1950) photo bio SM SM
(1895) Weary Walkers march SM
(1899) A Love Token dance characteristique
(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 AR
(1906) Iola intermezzo
(1907) Sneeky Peet characteristic two-step
(1907) Southern Beauties two-step
(1908) All the Money Raymond Birch march two-step
(1908) Beedle-Um-Bo Raymond Birch
(1908) Fairy Kisses waltzes
(1908) Fawn Eyes intermezzo
(1908) Fine and Dandy two-step
(1908) Harvest Hop barn dance
(1908) Powder Rag Raymond Birch

(1909) Apple Jack Rag VR
(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 AR
(1909) Wedding of the Fairies waltz
(1910) Golden Spider Rag
(1910) Heart Fancies
waltzes
(1910) Lady Slippers Rag 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 Raymond Birch
(1911) Cum Bac Rag
(1911) Melody Rag
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) My Dreamy Rose waltz
(1912) School Life march two-step
_______Sing to our school life, hail to our team!
_______Proud let our colors wave over all supreme!
_______We fear no problem, conquer in strife! Rah! Rah!
_______School days can come but once. Cheer for school life!
(1912) Swanee Rag
(1913) Butterflies
caprice
(1913) Crazy Bone Rag
(1914) Dream On
waltzes
(1914) Honeysuckle one-step
(1914) Peek-A-Boo Rag
(1914) Pink Poodle
one-step or two-step
(1914) Summer Breezes waltzes
(1915) Alabama Slide fox trot
(1916) Blue Goose Rag Raymond Birch
(1916) Croon Time song
lyrics by J. R. Shannon
Twilight shades are creeping from out each rock and rill,
The golden sun has gone to rest way beyond the hill,
Tiny stars are gleaming like diamonds from the sky,
While nightbirds are singing their sweet lullaby.
__So journey off to slumberland while the shadows fall.
__Moontime is near, croontime is here.
__Ride upon the moonbeams until the birdlings call,
__When daybreak brings skies bright and clear.
__Journey off to slumberland while the shadows fall.
__Moontime is near, croontime is here.
__Ride upon the moonbeams until the birdlings call,
__When daybreak brings skies bright and clear.
Soon the golden moonbeams will kiss the silent sea,
The Sandman soon will weave his sweet spell o'er you and me,
Close your tired eyes, rest your head on Mother's breast,
For nature is sleeping, the whole world's at rest.
__So journey off to slumberland while the shadows fall.
__Moontime is near, croontime is here.
__Ride upon the moonbeams until the birdlings call,
__When daybreak brings skies bright and clear.
__Journey off to slumberland while the shadows fall.
__Moontime is near, croontime is here.
__Ride upon the moonbeams until the birdlings call,
__When daybreak brings skies bright and clear.
Hum - um, hum - um, slumbertime's near, sweet dreams, my dear,
Hum - um, hum - um, fairies will guard you, for croontime is here.
(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 SM AR
(1918) Sweet Memories waltz
(1919) Sweet and Low song
lyrics by James Stanley Royce
Sweet and low, sweet and low, soft evening breeze,
Comes from the happy land of memory bringing back again to me
The hours of fairyland rhymes, wonderful times at close of day,
While through the trees you sang your ever haunting melody.
Bring back those tender strains of Mother's soothing lullaby,
Moon swinging low, stars all aglow.
Bring the dancing shadows from the phantom long ago
When Mother sang sweet and low.
Bye-lo-bye, now close your eye, Sandman's coming by, so sly,
Dream sweet dreams till the morning dawn.
Sleep till the Sandman has gone to slumberland.
Bring back those tender strains of Mother's soothing lullaby,
Moon swinging low, stars all aglow.
Leave with me those mem'ries of that golden long ago
When Mother sang sweet and low.
(1921) By the Silvery Nile song
lyrics by Jack Yellen
Out where the pyramids stand on the glittering sand of an ancient land,
There I go straying it seems ev'ry night in my dreams and it only means
__I'll have to linger a while by the silvery Nile
__All alone in a bower. My sweet lotus flower
__Sighs to the stars in the skies
__While she's dreaming of me, wond'ring where I can be.
__Why did I stray so many miles away
__From her enchanting eyes that made a paradise of desert Egypt?
__She built a heaven for me just with one little smile by the silvery Nile.
She won my heart with a glance as in fairy romance, for we met by chance.
I never dreamed that someday I'd be feeling this way. I can only say
__I'll have to linger a while by the silvery Nile,
__All alone in a bower. My sweet lotus flower
__Sighs to the stars in the skies
__While she's dreaming of me, wond'ring where I can be.
__Why did I stray so many miles away
__From her enchanting eyes that made a paradise of desert Egypt?
__She built a heaven for me just with one little smile by the silvery Nile.
(1922) Colorado and You song AR

Edwin Franko Goldman (1878-1956) photo
(1922) The Chimes of Liberty march song SM AR
lyrics by Leo Wood
There is music in the air, you can hear it ev'rywhere,
Far and near each tone so clear rings as it brings us all good cheer.
'Tis a song of happiness, ev'ry heart it means to bless
With its strains so appealing over us stealing like a sweet caress.
Like the chimes they ring out with the dawn
Spreading gladness like a hope new born.
North, East, South, West, you'll hear them ringing for you,
They're sending sunshine to each heart that beats true.
They're the chimes that fill the world with joy,
Thoughts of discontent they soon destroy.
They're chimes of gladness and they never will cease
In this land of happiness and peace.
__They're the Chimes of Liberty, chimes that ring for you and me.
__Where ev'ry loyal heart beats true they bring joy anew.
__'Tis a song of loyalty of a nation brave and free.
__Let us pray that they will ring for aye, our country's Chimes of Liberty.
Hear them ringing as they're bringing gladness to each heart.
Hear them saying while they're praying each to do his part.
Liberty, Liberty, Ah!
__They're the Chimes of Liberty, chimes that ring for you and me.
__Where ev'ry loyal heart beats true they bring joy anew.
__'Tis a song of loyalty of a nation brave and free.
__Let us pray that they will ring for aye, our country's Chimes of Liberty.
(1926) On the Pier march

Jewish musicologist Arthur Mendel (1905-1979) was an editor at G. Schirmer from 1930 to 1938.
During Mendel's tenure, G. Schirmer published The Schirmer Album of twelve GOLDMAN
MARCHES for the piano with vocal refrains
. These marches were by the Jewish composer Edwin
Franko Goldman (1878-1956). Seven of the twelve marches had vocal refrains by Arthur Mendel's
wife, Elsa Wissell. It was a custom back then for Jewish wives to retain their maiden names.
Edwin Franko Goldman's wife also retained her maiden name, Adelaide Maibrunn. In 1936, Carl
Fischer published The Goldman March Album for piano. Eight of the fifteen marches had vocal
refrains by Adelaide Maibrunn.
(1935) The Schirmer Album of Twelve Goldman Marches for the Piano © G. Schirmer, Inc.
On the Heights
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
Above the city's roar, above the pall of summer heat,
Glad strains of music soar, resounding clear on ev'ry beat.
Here joyful echoes ride far o'er the heights in sweet acclaim,
While music's swelling tide flows proudly through the Hall of Fame.
The Age of Progress
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
As seasons come and go, as the waters ebb and flow,
Changing patterns wrought by man weave new threads through life's plan.
Man has quickened Nature's pace, triumphed over time and space,
We are in the Age of Progress. You must match its tempo if you can!
Exposition
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
Raise a cheer for the flag of our nation, for the rainbow of red, white and blue;
Let the flame of our father's creation light the pathway to glories anew.
To the men who have died for the living, to the emblem of courage and peace,
Let us voice an eternal thanksgiving in rejoicing that never shall cease.
College Spirit
Ours are triumphant dreams, hopes that rise on clinbing wings,
High ambitions, thought which gleams in the mystery of things!
Let us then our college praise for the spendor of these days,
For the joys which shall be an unfading memory, grateful voices now we raise!
Equinox
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
The murmuring fields of corn bid Summer sad farewell,
And snow-covered branches mourn, held fast in Winter's spell.
But soon, from the dreamless sleep neath Earth's protecting wing,
The children of nature leap with joy to welcome Spring!
The Interlochen Bowl AR
lyrics by J. Henry Francis
Oh, sound the call to dear old Interlochen, land of the the stately pine,
Where stalwart hands and loyal ever greet you, faithful for Auld Lang Syne.
Old friends you'll meet, new ones you'll greet, a welcome you'll ever find.
So sound the call to dear old Interlochen, shrine of the muse divine.
Tribute to Sousa
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
Some men their names in hist'ry write as warriors brave who lead the fight.
Their fame, though now it shines so bright, is sure to fade quickly from sight.
The March King won his vict'ries brave in all the joy his music gave.
The Stars and Stripes above his grave forever and ever shall wave!
Cheerio AR
Shenandoah
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
O'er Shenandoah's hills, by Shenandoah's shore,
There floats the sweet refrain of peace forevermore.
Shenandoah hail! A symbol let it stand
Of beauty and content throughout our glorious land.
Children's March AR
Cuckoo March
lyrics by Louise Elizabeth Goldman
Cuckoo! How merrily he sings! Cuckoo! What happiness he brings!
Cuckoo! Just listen to the joy that ev'ry little note brings from his throat!
Cuckoo! A very jolly song, cuckoo! It cannot be so wrong,
Cuckoo! To follow after him, cuckoo! And sing this song.
Excelsior
lyrics by Elsa Wissell
Wake, wake, ev'ryone! Remember that dreams are spun of human endeavor.
Fortune's fitful light flares for a moment bright and fades away!
Onward, ev'ryone! Press forward each job begun, forsake it never.
For ev'ry goal that's won begins with a job well done. Begin it today!
(1936) The Goldman March Album for Piano © Carl Fischer Inc.
The Emblem of Freedom AR
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
Flag of Freedom, waving over land and sea,
Emblem of Liberty, thou makest millions hope, millions free.
Precious emblem of a spreading dawn,
The world sees light in thy bright light reborn.
Starry emblem of a nation loving peace,
Oh may thy stars ne'er cease to shine upon us all, and increase
Hopeful courage for all future time,
When Love and Right shall rule in ev'ry clime.
On the Air
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
On the air ev'ry day and night, music rare, sweet and clear and bright,
From all the earth the best, North, South, East and West.
Near and far listen in and hear. Where you are there'll be joy and cheer.
On the air just ev'rywhere, the message rings for all the world to share.
On the Campus AR
lyrics by Duncan M. Genns
O grim grey Palisades, thy shadow upon the rippling Hudson falls,
And mellow mingled tints of sunset illumine now our classic halls,
While students gather round thine altars with tributes of devotion true,
And mingle merry hearts and voices in praise of N. Y. U.
Rah, rah, rah! Rah, rah, rah! Cis, boom, ah!
But college friendships all must sever and fade as does the dying day,
And closest kinships all be broken, as out in life we wend our way.
And yet whatever be life's fortune, though mem'ry fails and friends be few,
We'll love thee still, our Alma Mater, our dear old N. Y. U.
On the Mall AR
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
On a peaceful summer ev'ning when the sun has set,
And the cares of the day linger yet,
Don't be sad and don't be tired, there's a place to go,
Where there's rest brought by sweet music's flow.
Neath the trees with shadows dark the starry sky above,
There is calm, there is peace, there is love,
There, forgetting work and trouble, all may claim a share
Of Joy, Hope, and Courage rare.
On Parade AR
lyrics by Edwin Franko Goldman
Let's sing as we march along. With heads erect let's sing this joyful song.
With bugle and fife and drum, we're on parade, just wait until we come.
With flags flying ev'rywhere, music is in the air.
So come now and cheer the band. We're on parade, the finest in the land.
On the Farm
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
Far away from the noise of the town on the farm, on the farm,
All the voices of nature resound, that's the place where peace is found.
The cows moo, the ducks say "Quack," the birds sing "Oh please come back!"
All my heart longs for home and its charms on the farm, on the farm.
Central Park AR
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
In our city so great and so fair is a playground for all folks to share,
Place for chidren's fun and play, free and open ev'ry day,
And for grownups a rest from all care.
Old and young should keep watch side by side, that it's beauty forever may bide.
Guard the trees and grass and flowers, for they all are truly ours.
Central Park is our joy and our pride.
Sunapee
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
A wondrous day for work or play, the whistle gaily seems to say.
It calls us out, for all about, for all about the world is fair beyond a doubt.
We stroll along and sing a song, our hearts are light, and hope is strong.
All nature sweet is ours to greet, a gift of love to keep us young.
Sagamore AR
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
Sagamore, Sagamore, you were wise, your name we all adore.
Sagamore, Sagamore, your work lives though you are here no more.
You were wise, you were strong, and your power was felt from shore to shore.
Sagamore, Sagamore, oh may your Spirit o'er us ever soar.
Eagle Eyes
lyrics by Adelaide Maibrunn
Eagle eyes, always wise, guard us night and day, watching o'er our welfare wide.
Keep us sure, keep us pure, keep us true and gay, to our standards old and tried.
Eagle eyes, there's a prize, tis your country's best, for the ones who follow thee,
Tis a crown, tis renown, and from East to West an honor proud to keep old Glory free.
Indian March
Radio City

lyrics by Franklin Dunham
We're on the air, in touch with ev'rywhere, we're happy and have done away with care.
We hope you're all just list'ning to the show, and if you are, we're ready, so let's go.
Radio has brought to ev'ry little town important hap'nings, people of renown.
We hope you'll smile and join with us right soon, for that is why we sing to you this tune.
Mother Goose
Boy Scouts of America
AR
lyrics by Richard Henry Goldman
A scout is loyal and true. He's brave in word and in deed.
He is always eager to do his good turn whene'er there is need.
He sings at work and at play. His task he faces with glee.
And although dark is the day, he's as cheerful as cheerful can be.
Young America
lyrics by Richard Henry Goldman
We march along and sing this song so gay and free,
For no more joyous band of students could there be.
In the class and in the field there are none to whom we yield,
For we've got a lot of pep as you can see.
So come along and share the spirit of the day,
For we are out to have a good time while we may.
We are anything but slow, so you'll hear it high and low,
When we give three rousing cheers: Hip, hip, hooray!
(1950) The Golden Rule from Top Flight Marches © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co. AR
(1952) The American Way from Top Flight Marches © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1954) WNYC radio speech by Edwin Franko Goldman
(1954) March for Brasses
AR

Eastwood Lane (1879-1951) photo SM
(1913) In Sleepy Hollow AR Eastwood Lane
_______In Sleepy Hollow - On Tappan Zee (A Boat Song) - A Mid-October Afternoon (Reverie) -
_______Katrina's Waltz
(1918) The Little Fisherman
song
lyrics by Dana Burnet
Ho! jolly little fisherman with the blue eye and the basket,
Where are you going now, if I may ask it?
O, I'm going down to the rippling brook that flows beside the willow,
And I'll sit in the shade of a pretty tree, with a green moss pillow.
An' what'l ye do a sittin' there, my little fisher laddie?
Will you catch a whoppin' spotted pike, or a siller shaddie?
I'll catch nae one nor tother, lad, nor siller fish nor mottle,
I'll sit in the shade, in the shade of a tree, and drink frae a brown buttle!
(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) The Blue-Robed Mandarins
from Mongoliana
(1925) Sea Burial from Eastern Seas
(1926) Persimmon Pucker
(1928) Sold Down the River
_______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
_______(1943) Madame Chiang Kai-shek addressing Congress (video excerpts)
_______At that time WWII was still in progress, at the end of which a Chinese civil
_______war resumed between Communists led by Mao and Nationalists led by her
_______husband. In 1949 the Nationalists fled to Taiwan. After her husband died in
_______1975, she moved to the U.S.A., where in 2003 at the age of 105 she died, 59
_______years after Lane's "Serenade for Madame Chiang Kai-shek" was published.
_______Grandmother's Sunday School Days
_______Lines for Ann Rutledge
inspired by this poem by Edgar Lee Masters:
_______Out of me unworthy and unknown
_______The vibrations of deathless music;
_______"With malice toward none, with charity for all."
_______Out of me the forgiveness of millions toward millions,
_______And the beneficent face of a nation
_______Shining with justice and truth.
_______I am Anne Rutledge who sleep beneath these weeds,
_______Beloved in life of Abraham Lincoln,
_______Wedded to him, not through union,
_______But through separation.
_______Bloom forever, O Republic,
_______From the dust of my bosom!
_______Her Mother Was Irish
_______Shropshire Lass
(1995) A Folio of Piano Music by Eastwood Lane
from MSS 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 (1881-1945) photo
(1908) The Thin Red Line march AR
(1912) Holyrood march MIDI George Pollen AR
(1912) The Vedette march AR
(1914) Colonel Bogey march AR
On 1914-08-04 Britain declared war on Germany.
(1916) The Great Little Army march AR
(1917) On the Quarter Deck march AR
(1917) The Middy march AR
(1917) The Voice of the Guns march AR
(1917) Thoughts valse
(1919) The Vanished Army march AR
(1921) The Mad Major march AR
(1923) Cavalry of the Clouds march AR
(1928) Dunedin march AR
(1929) Old Panama march AR
(1929) H.M. Jollies march AR
(1930) Standard of St. George march MIDI George Pollen AR
On 1939-09-03 Britain declared war on Germany.
(1941) By Land and Sea march AR
(1941) Army of the Nile march MIDI George Pollen AR
(1942) Eagle Squadron march AR

Ferde Grofé (1892-1972) photo with George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Paul Whiteman
(1925) Hymn to the Sun from Rimsky-Korsakov's opera Le Coq d'Or
_______arranged as a foxtrot by Ferde Grofé AR Paul Whiteman (1925)
_______arranged for piano by Ferde Grofé PR Ferde Grofé (1926)
(1926) Mississippi Father of Waters - Huckleberry Finn - Old Creole Days - Mardi Gras
(1927) Three Shades of Blue Indigo
AR Harry Perrella - Alice Blue - Heliotrope
(1934) Music for Moderns
piano arrangements by D. Savino © 1944 Robbins Music Corp.
_______Ode to Freedom - My Old Kentucky Home - Christmas Eve -
_______An Ode to the Star Spangled Banner - Killarney

Jimmy Yancey (1895-1951) DDC photo bio
(1943) 5 Boogie Woogie and Blues Piano Solos as Played by Jim Yancey © Leeds Music Corp.
_______"As a pianist he rates high in the history of boogie-woogie. But during his prime this music was
_______not appreciated... [Meade Lux Lewis's] 'Yancey Special' was dedicated to his old tutor and contains
_______many of the typical Yancey phrases. It was through this number that Yancey was brought back into
_______the spotlight... Essentially he is a blues pianist leaning on boogie-woogie... Yancey's bass line is
_______much freer... He appears extremely fascinated with the E-flat tonality in ending a composition."
_______East St. Louis Blues (1940) - Slow and Easy Blues (1939) - State Street Special (1939) VR -
_______Yancey Stomp (1939) - Mellow Blues (1939)
(1940) 35th and Dearborn AR VR

George Gershwin (1898-1937) photo with Ferde Grofé, Ira Gershwin, Paul Whiteman bio SM
(1917) Rialto Ripples Rag with Will Donaldson VR
(1919) Novellette in Fourths edited by Alicia Zizzo © 1995 WB Music Corp.

(1920) Waiting For the Sun To Come Out song AR
lyrics by Arthur Francis
When the clouds the skies are filling, and the songbirds stop their trilling,
Don't take it to heart, let worry depart.
Soon the sunshine will say, Howdy, skies are not forever cloudy.
Just learn to sing and never mope, there is a thing that's known as hope.
__Weary are the flowers, dreary are the hours,
__Waiting for the sun to come out.
__Yet while clouds are crying, I smile never sighing,
__For I know that presently the sun will come out and smile on me.
__Gray skies will be clearing, gay skies soon appearing,
__Chasing ev'ry worry and doubt, there's no use in having sorrow about
__While waiting for the sun to come out.
(1922) Yankee Doodle Blues song
lyrics by Irving Caesar and B. G. DeSylva
Say, here's a word I want to say, say, have you ever been away,
Have you ever missed the good old USA?
When you get that itching in your shoes, go to any other land you choose,
See how quick you get those Yankee Doodle blues,
__You're singing, There's no land so grand as my land, from California to Manhattan isle,
__North and South, my sunny skyland, I love ev'ry mile!
__When I hear Yankee Doodle, that melody keeps on ringing in my ear,
__Yankee Doodle, that melody makes me stand right up and cheer, I'm coming!
__USA, I'll say I love you! Make me lose those Yankee Doodle blues!
(1923) Rubato edited by Alicia Zizzo © 1995 WB Music Corp.
(1924) Rhapsody in Blue two pianos VR
(1925) Concerto in F arranged by Grace Castagnetta © 1946 WB Music Corp. 1 - 2 - 3
(1926) Melody No. 17 edited by Alicia Zizzo © 1995 WB Music Corp.
(1927) Preludes edited by Alicia Zizzo © 1995 WB Music Corp. 1 - 2 - 3
(1933) Cuban Overture
two pianos arranged by Gregory Stone © 1944 WB Music Corp.

Louis Armstrong (1901-1971) DDC photo with Dave Dexter AR
(1961) Leeds Jazz Masters Series, Louis Armstrong, Vol. 1 © Leeds Music Corp.
_______Muggles (1930) Louis Armstrong AR
_______Struttin' With Some Barbecue (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong AR
_______Cornet Chop Suey (1924) Louis Armstrong AR
_______Tight Like This (1929) A. Curl AR VR
_______My Monday Date (1928) Earl Hines AR
_______Jazz Lips (1926) Lillian Hardin Armstrong AR
_______Gully Low Blues (1927) Louis Armstrong AR
_______Hotter Than That (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong AR
_______I'm Not Rough (1928) Lillian Hardin Armstrong AR
_______Potatoe Head Blues (1927) Louis Armstrong AR
(1942) Brother Bill Louis Armstrong song © Motor Parts Co., Phila., Pa. AR
lyrics by Louis Armstrong
Me and Brother Bill went hunting, up in the woods of eastern Maine,
The reason why we went up there, we thought we could catch some game.
As me and Brother Bill were hunting, way in the middle of the night,
We shot at something like a grizzly bear, and the doggone thing turned white.
__Oh, I dropped that gun, and away I run,
__Brother Bill said, "Boy, what's the matter with you?"
__Had he known like me, he'd a run some too.
__I run so fast they say that they couldn't catch me all day.
__The way I run across that field, you couldn't catch me with an automobile.
Brother Bill got so excited, he really took a shot at me.
The bullet whizzed just past my ear and sizzled right through a tree.
I run until I was exhausted, my feet were dragging on the ground,
I said, "Big feet, come on and do your stuff, 'cause we're Alabamy bound."
__Oh, I dropped that gun, and away I run,
__Brother Bill said, "Boy, what's the matter with you?"
__Had he known like me, he'd a run some too.
__I run so fast they say that they couldn't catch me all day.
__The way I run across that field, you couldn't catch me with an automobile.
(1950) Struttin' With Some Barbeque song © Leeds Music Corp.
lyrics by Don Raye
Struttin' with some barbecue, swingin' with the band,
Like the happy people do, way down in Dixieland.
Hear that ol' trombone and the trumpet ad lib,
Love to hear the lick, while I do my pickin', pickin' on a juicy rib.
'Cause I'm struttin' with some barbecue, feelin' mighty grand,
Pass another helpin', please, of that good ol' Dixieland.
And Mister Waiter, if you please, another rib or two,
And I'll go strut, strut, struttin', struttin' with some barbecue.

Earl Hines (1903-1983) DDC photo with Count Basie, Dave Dexter AR
(1936) Earl "Father" Hines Pianostyles © M. M. Cole Publishing Co.
_______Dark Eyes
_______Frankie and Johnny
_______Carry Me Back to Old Virginny
J. Bland
_______La Paloma S. Yradier
_______Melody in F A. Rubinstein
_______Humoresque A. Dvorak
_______Way Down Upon the Swanee River S. Foster
_______Serenade F. Shubert
_______When You and I Were Young Maggie V. A. Butterfield
_______Andantino E. H. Lamare
(1944) Ivory Icing: Earl Hines' Piano Varieties © Harms, Inc.
_______Embraceable You G. Gershwin
_______Lover Come Back To Me S. Romberg
_______I Know That You Know V. Youmans
_______Somebody Loves Me G. Gershwin
_______The Hour of Parting (Boogie Woogie) M. Spoliansky
_______Get Happy H. Arlen
_______Jelly Jelly Blues B. Eckstein, Earl Hines
_______Ev'rything Depends On You C. Carpenter, L. Dunlap, Earl Hines
_______When Day Is Done R. Katcher
_______Tantalizing a Cuban Earl Hines
(1945) Boogie Woogie on Handy's St. Louis Blues Earl Hines © W. C. Handy

Pete Johnson (1904-1967) DDC photo with Dave Dexter, Joe Turner bio
(1941) 5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos by Pete Johnson © Leeds Music Corp.
_______"The first one to recognize Pete's talent was Dave Dexter, a cub reporter on
_______the Kansas City Journal Post... This was back in the middle 30's when
_______musicians hung around the Sunset Club to hear Pete and Joe Turner... He
_______might have wound up beating out rhythms [on drums] if it were not for his
_______uncle, Charles Johnson [not Charles L. Johnson], [locally] famous pianist
_______back in the twenties. Since he had the use of the family piano and expert
_______tutelage free, the keyboard became his instrument."
_______Blues on the Downbeat (1940)
_______Kaycee On My Mind with Dave Dexter (1940) VR
_______Cherry Red (1939)
_______Roll 'Em Pete (1938) AR VR
_______Holler Stomp (1939) VR

Fats Waller (1904-1943) DDC photo bio AR
(1934) Fats Waller's Piano Pranks © by Mayfair Music Corp.
_______Alligator Crawl AR - Clothes Line Ballet - Viper's Drag -
_______Effervescent - African Ripples
(1935) Fats Waller's Original Piano Conceptions No. 1
© Mills Music, Inc.
_______Dinah S. M. Lewis, J. Young, H. Akst
_______Ain't Misbehavin' with A. Razaf, H. Brooks AR
_______Margie B. Davis, C. Conrad, J. R. Robinson
_______Girl of My Dreams S. Clapp
_______Who's Sorry Now? B. Kalmar, H. Ruby, T. Snyder
_______Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea T. Koehler, H. Arlen
_______For Me and My Gal E. R. Goftz, E. Leslie, G. W. Myer
_______Just a Girl That Men Forget A. Dupin, F. Rath, J. Garren
_______Mary Lou A. Lyman, G. Waggner, J. R. Robinson
_______Sweet Mamma F. Rose, G. A. Little, P. L. Frost
(1936) Fats Waller's Original Piano Conceptions No. 2 © Mills Music, Inc.
_______Stormy Weather T. Koehler, H. Arlen
_______Nobody's Sweetheart G. Kahn, E. Erdman, B. Meyers, E. Schoebel
_______I Can't Give You Anything But Love D. Fields, J. McHugh
_______My Honey's Lovin' Arms H. Ruby, J. Meyer
_______To-Night You Belong To Me B. Rose, L. David
_______Just a Baby's Prayer At Twilight S. M. Lewis, J. Young, M. K. Jerome
_______Blue G. Clarke, E. Leslie, L. Handman
_______Strut, Miss Lizzie Creamer, Layton
_______When You're Smiling M. Fisher, J. Goodwin, L. Shay
_______Rose of the Rio Grande E. Leslie, H. Warren, R. Gorman
(1937) Fats Waller's Swing Sessions for the Piano © Mills Music, Inc.
_______Jealous T. Malie, D. Finch, J. Little
_______Truckin' T. Koehler, R. Bloom
_______Star Dust M. Parish, H. Carmichael AR
_______Shoe Shine Boy S. Cahn, S. Chaplin
_______I Surrender Dear H. Barris, G. Clifford
_______Happy As the Day Is Long T. Koehler, H. Arlen
_______When It's Sleepy Time Down South L. René, O. René, C. Muse
_______How Come You Do Me Like You Do G. Austin, R. Bergere
_______Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula E. R. Goetz, J. Young, P. Wendling
_______Just Try to Picture Me Down Home in Tennessee W. Jerome, W. Donaldson

Count Basie (1904-1984) DDC photo with Dave Dexter AR
(1937) One O'Clock Jump AR
(1939) One O'Clock Jump piano arrangement by Bob Zurke © Leo Feist, Inc.
(1940) Count Basie's Piano Styles with Charlie Hathaway © Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc.
_______Jumpin' At the Woodside
_______Every Tub
with Ed Durham
_______Sent For You Yesterday 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
(1943) One O'Clock Jump VR
(1943) Count Basie's Piano Styles Folio No. 2 © 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
(1944) Blues by Basie © 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
(1945) Count Basie's Piano Styles Folio No. 3 © 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
(1960) One O'Clock Jump VR

Albert Ammons (1907-1949) DDC photo with Joe Turner, Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Johnson bio
(1941) 5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos by Albert Ammons © Leeds Music Corp.
_______Boogie Woogie Stomp (1936) VR
_______Shout For Joy (1934) VR
_______Boogie Woogie Blues (1938) VR
_______Bass Gone Crazy (1939) VR
_______Monday Struggle (1939)

Sammy Price (1908-1992) photo AR
(1943) 5 Boogie Woogie and Blues Piano Solos © Leeds Music Corp.
_______Blues in C - Teed Up - Jumpin' the Boogie - Sweepin' the Blues Away - Frantic
(1944) Boogie-Woogie Land
with Irene Higginbotham © Edward B. Marks Music Corp.
_______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
(1959) One O'Clock Jump Count Basie VR

Art Tatum (1909-1956) DDC photo with Count Basie
(1939) Art Tatum Improvisations © Robbins Music Corp.
_______If I Had You T. Shapiro, J. Campbell, R. Connelly
_______Stompin' at the Savoy B. Goodman, C. Webb, E. Sampson
_______I'm in the Mood for Love J. McHugh, D. Fields
_______When I Grow Too Old to Dream O. Hammerstein II, S. Romberg
_______How Am I To Know? D. Parker, J. King
_______Just You, Just Me R. Klages, J. Greer
_______Good Night Sweetheart R. Noble, J. Campbell, R. Connelly
_______I'm Coming Virginia W. M. Cook, D. Heywood
_______The Moon Is Low A. Freed, N. H. Brown
_______Should I A. Freed, N. H. Brown
_______Don't Blame Me D. Fields, J. McHugh
_______Blue Moon L. Hart, R. Rogers
_______Pagan Love Song A. Freed, N. H. Brown
_______Sweet and Lovely G. Arnheim, H. Tobias, J. Lemare
(1944) 5 Jazz Piano Solos by Art Tatum © Leeds Music Corp.
_______"George Gershwin was so intrigued by him that Tatum became a frequent guest at the
_______Gershwin home, where George and his friends listened to him in awe and amazement."
_______Carnegie Hall Bounce - Night Scene - Gang o' Nothin' - Jumpin' For Sumpin' - Live Jive
(1946) Art Tatum Improvisations No. 2
© Robbins Music Corp.
_______Lullaby in Rhythm B. Goodman, E. Sampson, C. Profit, W. Hirsch
_______China Boy D. Winfree, P. Boutelje
_______Don't Get Around Much Anymore B. Russell, D. Ellington
_______Wabash Blues D. Ringle, F. Meinken
_______Sunday N. Miller, C. Cohn, J. Stein, B. Krueger
_______I'll Never Be the Same G. Kahn, M. Malneck, F. Signorelli
_______Ja-Da B. Carleton
_______What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry? W. Donaldson, A. Lyman
_______I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good P. Webster, D. Ellington
_______The Wang Wang Blues L. Wood, G. Mueller, B. Johnson, H. Busse
_______Hot Lips H. Busse, H. Lange, L. Davis
_______At Sundown W. Donaldson
_______Runnin' Wild J. Grey, L. Wood, A. H. Gibbs

Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981) DDC photo with Andy Kirk
(1936) The Lady Who Swings the Band Cahn, Chaplin AR
(1941) 5 Piano Solos as Played and Written by Mary Lou Williams © Leeds Music Corp.
_______"Andy Kirk has been featuring her with his band since 1931, when she replaced a man
_______named Count Basie at the keyboard for his Clouds of Joy Orchestra. Since that time she
_______has won the admiration of her fellow musicians and the praise of men like Benny
_______Goodman, Duke Ellington, Bob Crosby, Ray Noble and the entire popular music world
_______for her playing, arranging and composing."
_______A Mellow Bit of Rhythm with Herman Walder - Toadie Toddle with Sharon Pease -
_______Scratchin' in the Gravel - Mary Lou Williams Blues - Walkin' and Swingin'
(1943) Mary Lou Williams Boogie-Woggie Piano Transcriptions
© Robbins Music Corp.
_______Don't Blame Me D. Fields, J. McHugh
_______Roll 'Em Mary Lou Williams
_______Stompin' at the Savoy B. Goodman, C. Webb, E. Sampson
_______Runnin' Wild J. Grey, L. Wood, A. H. Gibbs
_______I'm in the Mood for Love J. McHugh, D. Fields
_______Lullaby in Rhythm B. Goodman, E. Sampson, C. Profit, W. Hirsch
_______Sleepy Time Gal J. R. Alden, R. B. Egan, A. Lorenzo, R. A. Whiting
_______If I Had You T. Shapiro, J. Campbell, R. Connelly
_______Clouds G. Kahn, W. Donaldson
_______I Never Knew T. Pitts, R. Egan, R. K. Marsh
_______The Moon Is Low A. Freed, N. H. Brown
_______How Am I To Know? D. Parker, J. King
_______Little Joe From Chicago Mary Lou Williams, H. Wells
(1944) 6 Original Boogie-Woogie Piano Solos by Mary Lou Williams © Robbins Music Corp.
_______Special Freight - Dueces Wild - Twinklin' - Bobo and Doodles -
_______The Duke and the Count - Chili Sauce

Billy Kyle (1914-1966) photo
(1943) 5 Blues Piano Solos as Played by Billy Kyle © Leeds Music Corp.
_______"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
From 1953 until his 1966 death, Kyle was the pianist in Louis Armstrong's All-Stars.
(1965) When I Grow Too Old to Dream Romberg, Hammerstein VR

Jay McShann (1916-2006) DDC photo
(1942) 5 Piano Solos by Jay McShann © Leeds Music Corp.
_______Confessin' the Blues with Walter Brown
_______Dexter Blues
_______Vine Street Boogie
_______Hootie Blues
with Charles Parker VR VR
_______Jumpin' the Blues with Charles Parker
(1969) Stompin' in K.C. slow blues AR

selected marches
M = Marches in the American Way © 1941 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
L = Left Foot, Right Foot March Album © 1942 Volkwein Bros. Inc.
W = Warner's Album of Marches © 1946 The Chart Music Pub. House
T = Top Flight Marches © 1954 Sam Fox Pub. Co.
(1884) Triumphal March Charles H. Gabriel (1856-1932) SM

(1885) American Patrol Frank White Meacham (1856-1909) SM VR AR Glenn Miller (1942)
(1896) The Monarch George Meade SM
(1907) National Emblem Edwin Eugene Bagley (1857-1922) SM AR
(1910) Opie: the University of Maine Stein Song E. A. Fenstad arr. by A. W. Sprague SM
lyrics by Lincoln Colcord
Fill the steins to dear old Maine! Fill as the rafters ring!
Stand and drink the toast once again! Let every loyal Maine man sing!
Drink to all the happy hours, drink to the careless days!
Drink to Maine, our Alma Mater, the college of our hearts always!
__To the trees, to the sky, to the Spring in its glorious happiness,
__To the youth, to the fire, to the life that is moving and calling us,
__To the Gods, to the Fates, to the Rulers of men and their destinies,
__To the lips, to the eyes, to the girls who will love us some day!
Fill the steins to dear old Maine! Fill as the rafters ring!
Stand and drink the toast once again! Let every loyal Maine man sing!
Drink to all the happy hours, drink to the careless days!
Drink to Maine, our Alma Mater, the college of our hearts always!
(1917) Hail To America Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943) SM AR
(1917) On the Square Frank A. Panella (1878-1953) SM AR
(1918) Fight For Old Glory Bert Lee Fulton (1885-1935) SM VR
lyrics by Bert Lee Fulton
Patriotic men are volunteering to fight the enemy across the sea,
And men of ev'ry nation are appearing to fight the Battle of Democracy.
Oh, see them marching to the strains of martial music.
They're on the way to fight for Uncle Sam.
Here they come! Here they come! Hear the bugles and drums!
With swords and guns, American sons are proudly marching on to fight for Old Glory.
Three cheers for the pride of our nation, the finest boys in all creation.
Our army and navy, they will lead the way, defend the honor of the U. S. A.
__Fight for Old Glory and freedom too.
__Up, boys, be ready to help defend this land of ours, America.
__The bugle is calling, it calls for you.
__Fight for Old Glory, our Red, White and Blue.
(1918) W Salute the Gang Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943) SM
(1919) With the Colors Louis J. Panella (1881-1940)
(1923) L Our Fighting Men Mario Salvatore Rocereto (1863-1957) AR
(1928) M Semper Paratus Francis Saltus Van Boskerck (1868-1927) AR
(1932) M President Roosevelt Louis De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1932) L The Freshman Louis J. Panella (1881-1940)
(1935) T Grand Old Grads Paul Yoder (1908-1990)
(1939) M Aces of the Air "Lester Brockton" M. L. Lake (1879-1955)
(1939) W Fame and Fortune Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943) AR
(1939) L The Rolling Hills of Pennsylvania Lois Miller
lyrics by Lois Miller
When first our history began, Pennsylvania played a part.
At Brandywine and Gettysburg heroes fought with all their heart.
Now we sing the praises of this state of ours we love:
__O the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, finest state in all the land,
__With mills and mines and fertile valleys and brotherhood on ev'ry hand,
__In the Keystone place of honor, cradle of our liberty,
__O the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, God will keep us free!
The azure skies reflect the flames of our factories and mills.
Our farms are finest in the land, nestled in the fair foothills.
Teeming cities, world's acclaim, honor for all, our aim:
__O the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, finest state in all the land.
__With mills and mines and fertile valleys and brotherhood on ev'ry hand.
__In the Keystone place of honor, cradle of our liberty,
__O the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, God will keep us free!
(1939) M Youth On Parade Geoffrey O'Hara (1882-1967)
(1940) M The Ramparts We Watch A. Gordon Beecher (1904-1973)
(1941) M American Emblem Gordon Powell
(1941) M National Defense "Lester Brockton" M. L. Lake (1879-1955)
(1941) M Our Marines William D. Wardwell
(1941) M Pledge of Allegiance Arthur Bergh (1882-1962)
(1941) M Regimental Review Walter Westfall
(1942) W Speed King George Theodore Johnson
(1942) W Valiant Sons Hale A. VanderCook (1864-1949) AR
(1943) T Americans All L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1945) W March of the Champions Fred K. Huffer (1879-1943)
(1949) T Band of America Paul Lavalle (1908-1997) AR
(1949) T Our United States Frank Ventre (1895-1966) AR
(1950) T Sousa Day Frank Winegar (1901-1988)
(1954) T On To Victory L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) T Passing In Review Frank Ventre (1895-1966)
(1954) T Sound Off! L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) T Sports Classic D. M. Whetstone
(1954) T Standard Bearer L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) T The Golden Eagle Erik Leidzen (1894-1962)
(1954) T To the Colors L. De Francesco (1888-1974)
(1954) T Victorious Arms J. Belasco (1902-1973)