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24 great hits by Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys. Artist, Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys; sound recording by MGM Records, Inc part 226
A Case of libel; a play in three acts. By Henry Denker, based on the book, My life in court, by Louis Nizer part 330
A Flower given to my daughter; song. By William R. Strickland, Strickland, She asked that I be gentle30
A King in New York; orchestral selections. m Charles Chaplin, arr. Ronald Hanmer24
A Little child; Dutch Christmas carol. For 4-part chorus of mixed voices (SATB) with piano ad lib. Arr., harmonization & English version of Dutch text: Philip Gordon part 328
All in the golden afternoon. Arr. for mixed voices with piano acc. Choral arr.: Shawnee Press, Inc., employer for hire of Harry Simeone30
All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth, Topaz is doing it, Cannibals30
A Medley from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Wer bei der Arbeit pfeift, Heigh-ho30
Anyone ; Lead me in the way ; Your chance ... [et al.], You can count on me, Botany laboratory manual30
Atchoo; the sneeze song. w & m Sam Kaufman & Dan Dougherty, I'm confessin' (that I love you)30
Ballad in blue. w & m Jack Reardon & Paul Evans26
Baptiste; ballet of Jacques Prevert & Joseph Kosma. Fantasie and danse diabolique by Joseph Kosma, arr. for symphonic band by Floyd E. Werle30
Benny, the bob'tailed bunny; a happy Easter song. Music by Irving Bibo, words by Brad Browne (Bradford Browne), arr. by Danny Gould27
Bolivian whistler (senor ten peidad) By Roger Whittaker, David of the white rock22
Buried treasures & 3 other titles30
Bye bye blues. For stage band. w & m Chauncey Gray, arr. Bourne Company, employer for hire of Clem DeRosa, Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown30
Cabin on the hilltop & 2 other titles, A Good man always finds his way back home24
Cantique de Jean Racine = Canticle of Jean Racine, Late August 1.8, Push me30
Capriccio espagnol, op. 34, Arabesque, Hymn to the sun30
Chiccolino di caffe; fox moderato. For voice & piano. m Pier Emilio Bassi, w Tony Martucci (Antonio Martucci)30
Christian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er thee. For three-part chorus of mixed voices with organ or piano & incidental soprano & baritone soli ad lib. By Harry Rowe Shelley, adapted by G. Schirmer, Inc., employer for hire of Carl Deis30
Cold hands, warm heart & 1 other title, The inheritors, pt. 1, I, robot30
Colt .45; theme from the Warner Brothers TV western, Colt .45. Arr. for piano solo, simplified: Remick Music Corporation, employer for hire of Hal Hopper, Douglas Heyes, John Krance26
Come, let us all this day. By Johann Sebastian Bach, w Doctor Troutbeck, edited & arr. for SATB chorus with optional solo: Robert Chambers, pseud. of Walter Ehret & Elmer Franklin Kinsman30
Come, O thou traveler unknown. w Charles Wesley; trad. Scottish melody arr. Mary Jackson30
Concerto in C minor. Op. 21, no. 4. For 2 violins and piano. By Vivaldi, editing and piano reduction: International Music Company, employer for hire of Josef Gingold (editing) and Karl Heinz Fuessl (piano reduction)30
Could it be? By Keith Stegall & Stewart Harris, Newsbrief, Aleisa30
Crazy dreams & 4 other titles, Daddy, are you divorcing me too?, Department store Santa28
Crime, law, and society. By Frank E. Hartung, Country is a state of mind, Whole lotta livin' (to find a little lovin')28
Deck the hall (arrangement) Composed by Steven V. Taylor30
Diary of Charles Francis Adams. Vol. 1: Jan. 1820-June 1825, v. 2: July 1825-Sept. 1829. Edited by Aida DiPace Donald and David Donald29
Divertimento on themes by Gluck & 3 other titles part 230
Down by the riverside (Old MacDonald's sing ... ) Arr. by Andy Heyward & Janice Gassman, lyrics by Andy Heyward & Eleanor Burian-Mohr30
Down to the country (Nashville), & 1 other selection, Far away places, Sittin' too close to the screen30
Do you know what's happening? By John Usry, Linda Conlon, Frank Alstin & Vinnie Barrett30
(Do you wanna have) funn [sic] in the sun?, (No more) simple minds, Business and the law30
Equipping lay leaders for an effective teaching ministry in the First Baptist Church of Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York30
Every Christmas morning. Words & music: Bob Godfrey (Robert H. Godfrey), Cy Gillis (Sylvester Gillis) & Bill Weeks (William J. Weeks)30
Flying high. Program band book. New m & arrangements for conductor and parts for other instrumentations (excluding 1st B-flat cornet part): Fred Weber, Richard Bowles, Eric Osterling, James D. Ployhar & Frank Erickson30
Folk songs of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Drawings: Edward Ardizzone, selected and edited by William Cole, arr. piano & guitar: Norman Monath30
Forever yours. Words & music: Dusty Rose & Rose Maddox30
Good old girl ; (I'm a) good old girl, Bundle of joy, Let's ball awhile26
Hamal Hasan and the baby day, and other contributions. By Beth Kilreon, pseud. of Barbara K. Walker30
Happy days and lonely nights. Words: Billy Rose, music: Fred Fisher, arr. for piano acc.: Advanced Music Corporation, employer for hire30
Health care for the community; selected papers of Dr. John B. Grant. Editor: Conrad Seipp30
Here's that rainy day & 10 other titles, Something better than being in love, Seventeen gun salute30
Hoor de wind waait door de bomen = Hear the wind blow through the willows, The Tunnel of love30
I am the Alpha and the Omega & 3 other titles, Serenata, Prayer of Saint Francis. By Timothy Broege30
I'll never forget (my favorite disco) By Dexter Wansel & Cynthia Biggs30
I met Mary on the merry-go-round. w Nick Kenny & Charles F. Kenny, m William Covell30
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