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Arlen: I Love A Parade. First Edition, 1931

Harold Arlen: I Love A Parade. First Edition, 1931. Superb 7pp
Price: $85.00

Glory, Hallelujah, 1861 First Edition

Glory, Hallelujah As Sung by the Federal Volunteers Throughout the Union. 1861. First Edition of the "Battle Cry of Freedom". Oliver Ditson, Boston 7pp. Disbound. Fine condition.
Price: $350.00

Kern, Jerome. You're Here and I'm Here. First Edition, 1914

Kern: You're Here and I'm Here. First Edition, 1914. Great cover with Irene and Vernon Castle.
Price: $75.00

Lamb: Champagne Rag. First Edition, 1910

Joseph F. Lamb. Champagne Rag. First Edition, 1910. Pages lose, some chipping but mostly fine. Rare
Price: $150.00

Scott: Grace & Beauty. First Edition, 1909

James Scott: Grace & Beauty A Class Rag. 1909. First Edition 5pp. A gorgeous copy
Price: $200.00

[Stanwyck] Rodgers & Hart: Ten Cents A Dance. Rare 1931 pre-code film sheet music

Rodgers and Hart: Ten Cents A Dance. Movie edition, 1931 with Barbara Stanwyck pictured on the cover of this issue for the pre-code risque drama. Horizontal crease otherwise fine. Also included is a fine an copy of the first edition of the song.
Price: $150.00

[Star Spangled Banner] Smith: The Anacreontic Song, 1771. First Edition

Smith: The Anacreontic Song as Sung at the Crown & Anchor Tavern in the Strand the Words by Ralph Tomlinson Esqr, late President of the Society, London, Longman and Broderip, 26 Cheapside [1771] Full leather presentation binding in red blue and gold flag motif. The extremely rare first printing of the tune known as the Star Spangled Banner. The tune started out in life as the constitutional hymn of the Anacreontic Society, a group of wealthy amateur musicians who from 1776, met in the Crown and Anchor Tavern to sing catches and Glees. John Stafford Smith had a considerable reputation as a composer of them and this song became immensely popular especially in the United States with over 80 known variations to different words before 1820. In 1814 Francis Scott Key used the tune and wrote the words iwth which it is now associated. BUC page 1011, RISM S 3705, Fuld page 529
Price: $15000.00

Gershwin: Nashville Nightingale. 1923. Rare First Edition Sheet Music

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Gershwin: Nifties: Nashville Nightingale. 1923. 7pp. First Edition. Very rare. Fine!
Price: $200.00

HENDERSON: Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue. 1925. 5pp. First edition.

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HENDERSON: Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue. 1925. 5pp. First edition. Superb, Rare.
Price: $100.00

Arlen: Let's Fall In Love. First Edition sheet music, 1933

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Harold Arlen: Let's Fall In Love. First Edition sheet music, 1933. Terrific Art Deco Cover with Ann Southern.
Price: $35.00

Autry, Gene

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Back in the Saddle Again. 1940. 5pp. First edition of this classic cowboy ballad by Gene Autry,  pictured on the cover. Worn with some creasing.

Price: $45.00

Berlin: I Like Ike, rare sheet music, 1952

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BERLIN: I Like Ike. Rare political sheet music, 1952
Price: $75.00

Berlin: Puttin' On The Ritz. Complete set of movie sheet music 1924-30

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BERLIN: Puttin’ On The Ritz: There’s Danger In Your Eyes, Cherie!, Singing A Vagabond Song, With You, Alice In Wonderland, Title Song. A complete set of all five songs from the film including the three by Irving Berlin and two by Harry Richman. 1924, 1929, 1930. First editions of the movie issues. Some wear. A hard set to assemble!
Price: $150.00

Blake: Good Night, Angeline. 1919. First Edition Sheet Music

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Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle: Good Night, Angeline. 1919. First Edition Sheet music. Blake and Sissle are both listed as Lieutenants. Very Fine.
Price: $75.00

Blake: I'm Just Wild About Harry. Signed Deluxe Edition,

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Eubie Blake: I'm Just Wild About Harry. 3pp. Signed on the cover by Blake.
Price: $75.00

Cohan, George M.

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The Merry Malones: Liike The Wandering Minstrel. 1928. 5pp. First edition. Rare

Price: $40.00

Cohan: The Little Millionaire: Oh You Wonderful Girl, 1911. First Edition

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COHAN: The Little Millionaire: Oh You Wonderful Girl. 1911. 4pp. Folio. First edition
Price: $45.00

Columbia the Gem of the Ocean

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Columbia The Gem of the Ocean. Philadelphia, Lee & Walker. 1848. 5pp. Fine condition. Although published by actor David Shaw as his own composition, it is generally believed to be the work of a collaborator, Thomas Becket. Superb early pictorial printing of this patriotic classic, which nearly became the National Anthem.

Price: $100.00

Connor, Tommie

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I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus. 1952. 2pp. Rare first edition of this "naughty" Christmas classic of the boomer years. Some wear and creasing, but very good.

Price: $50.00

David & Livingston: 77 Sunset Strip, First Edition television theme music, 1959

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DAVID & LIVINGSTON: 77 Sunset Strip. 1959. 3pp. First edition of the iconic television music. Some wear
Price: $45.00
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