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Carl Fischer, Inc. documents
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13 ghostly tales. Edited by Freya Littledale, illustrator: Wayne Blickenstaff, You30
Ain't got a thing (to complain about) By Leonard Ahlstrom, Song of innocence, Love is a beautiful feeling30
A Manual on how to play the 5-string banjo for the complete ignoramus!, Bernadine Moore organ course22
A New look at familiar melodies. For piano. Compilation and arrangements: Chart Music Publishing House, Inc., as employer for hire of Hazel Cobb30
Angels from the realms (Angels we have heard on high) (Masters in this hall)27
An historical anthology of select British speeches. By Donald C. Bryant, Carroll C. Arnold, Frederick W. Haberman, Richard Murphy & Karl R. Wallace30
A Psalm of David. For chorus of mixed voices & piano. Music: Norman DelloJoio, adaptation of English text: Carl Fischer, Inc., employer for hire of Nathaniel Pratt, pseud. of Gustave Reese30
Be still ; I will love you ; In my head ... et al, The Lord is my rock, Consumer economics & 1 other title28
Bread from heaven ; His everlasting love ; Flow through my life ... [et al.], First fruits of Little Rock30
Bring my Lulu home. From American ballads and folksongs. For voice & piano. Collected by John Lomax & Alan Lomax, arr. by Celius Dougherty30
Collection of songs: Lina Koutrakos & Dick Gallagher, Thunder, Singing in your sleep30
Concerto for cello and orchestra: II. lento con grande espressione. From Music of Miklos Rozsa30
Concerto. For solo for B-flat trumpet (cornet), B-flat clarinet, oboe, or horn in F with piano acc. By Leopold Mozart, editing: Clifford Lillya & Merle J. Isaac27
Create in me a heart willing/the contemp30
Dance of the comedians. By F. Smetana (Bedrich Smetana), arr. for trumpet and piano: Rafael Mendez30
Dark star. By Michael Hart, William Kreutzmann, Robert Hunter, Jerome Garcia, Philip Lesh, Robert Weir & Ronald McKernan30
David danced with joy before the Lord, I am, Give Him your heart27
Despite and still. Op. 41. Song cycle for voice & piano. w Theodore Roethke & James Joyce, m Samuel Barber30
Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? Arr. for mixed voices (S.A.T.B., accompanied): Walter Ehret and Joyce Barthelson26
Done caught a rabbit; folk song. Arr. for 3-part chorus of mixed voices and piano: Warner Imig & Carl Fischer, Inc., as employer for hire of William N. Simon30
Early California; from Spanish times to the Gold Rush. For soprano, alto, baritone & optional alto-tenor with narrator & piano. Text: folk origin & Stephen Foster [i.e. Stephen Collins Foster], m & arr. Robert Choate & Merle J. Isaac part 230
Early California; from Spanish times to the Gold Rush. For soprano, alto, baritone & optional alto-tenor with narrator & piano. Text: folk origin & Stephen Foster [i.e. Stephen Collins Foster], m & arr. Robert Choate & Merle J. Isaac part 329
Early one morning. SATB. Arr. Clayton F. Summy Company, employer for hire of Robert Olson (Jon Roberts)30
Fantasia (quasi variazione) on the "Old l04th" Psalm tune. By Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. for piano solo with chorus & orchestra: Ralph Vaughan Williams, Biblical words, metrical version by Thomas Sternhold & John Hopkins30
Feed my sheep. Original solo setting to words by Mary Baker Eddy (high and low voice): Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy, employers for hire of Nan Butcher30
Finger fashions for piano; popular piano versions of 12 famous themes, featuring 2-hand melody playing. By Stanford Francis King30
Fleur de lis; solo for cornet, baritone, or tuba with piano acc. m Earl D. Irons30
Flight of the bumblebee. Music by Rimsky-Korsakow [i.e. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov], solo trumpet with band acc. arr. Harry James, orchestration: A. L. Phillips30
Folk-ways U. S. A. Book 2: A Progressive series of American songs, scenes, and sketches for piano. By Elie Siegmeister30
For the Christ Child. For voice and piano. m Claude Champagne, poem Amy Bissett England30
Gettin' me ready for you & 3 other titles, Songs of my heart, God makes the rivers flow30
Hello, baby. Words & music by Lorraine O. Johnson, piano arr. Leo Richard & Hector Richard30
Henry Brant on the nature of music, Solar moth, Echoes of secret silence25
Hymn of praise. For SSA with piano. By Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. Ernest Read30
Hymns of prayer and praise. Ser. 1. For primary & junior voices. Words, music & ill. William Grime & Carl Fischer, Inc., as employer for hire of Don Kelly, Charles E. Steele, Lew Lawrence & William Travis25
I ain't down yet. From the Broadway musical, The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Band arr. Frank Music Corporation & Rinimer Corporation, employers for hire of Paul Yoder30
I know that mind unfolds; sacred song. Words: Harold H. Keniston, music: Helen Ingle Ezell25
Introduction and finale to "Die Fledermaus is born." Themes by Johann Strauss, Jr30
Island part 230
I want to play country and western music!, Don't you make her mad, When it's on27
Jesus is my Saviour. Keep me in the shadow of the cross. The Master of each problem. Folder no. 5. Words & melody: Ethel M. Smith, harmony: B. B. Edmiaston30
Jesus makes my heart rejoice. For two-part chorus of treble voices with piano or organ. Based on a tune from Grimm's chorale book 1775. w Louise VonHayn, m & setting of text: Carl F. Mueller30
Jim Henson's Muppets present Rowlf's very own first piano book, A Christmas gathering30
Jim Henson's Muppets present Rowlf's very own first piano book, Lynn Freeman Olson--unpublished keyboard works30
J.S. Bach's Complete organ works; a critico-practical ed. in eight volumes provided with prefaces containing general observations on the manner of performance & suggestion for the interpretation of compositions contained in each volume. Vol. 6. Miscellaneous compositions on the chorale, editing & prefaces: G. Schirmer, Inc., employer for hire of Albert Schweitzer & Edouard Nies-Berger part 430
King Lear: text, sources, criticism. By G. B. Harrison, Robert F. McDonnell, David Levin (general editor)25
Lesginka. From Gayne ballet. Music: Aram Khachaturian [i.e. Aram Khatchaturian], arr. for accordion: Anthony Galla-Rini30
Les Mademoiselles de Rochefort, Concerto, Toujours jamais30
Loneliness part 530
Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling place; song. Music with acc. for piano or organ: Don Humphreys, words from the Bible30
Love is a many-splendored thing. From Love is a many-splendored thing. w Paul Francis Webster, m Sammy Fain, arr. Twentieth Century Music Corporation, employer for hire of C. Paul Herfurth30
Lullaby part 1130
Lullaby part 1230
Magic music machine a.ka. The Magic of music, Magic music, Voyage & 2 other titles28
My love is gone to sea. From voice & piano. w & m Francis Hopkinson, arr. for voice & piano: Oliver Daniel30
Not enough28
Old soldiers never die. By Charles R. Campbell, lyric & arr. for SATB with piano acc.: Alan Campbell, pseud. of Merle Montgomery30
Our first orchestra folio; original compositions and arrangements for classroom or concert. By Lorrain E. Watters27
Pastorale part 228
Perpetual motion. No. 6. From Suite III. By Carl Bohm, arr. for clarinet & piano: Merle Isaac part 230
Piano concerto in G minor. First movement. Transcribed for piano & band. By Felix Mendelssohn [i.e. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy], arranger: Clayton F. Summy Company, employer for hire of Robert Dahnert30
Polish cookery. By Marja Ochorowicz-Monatowa, translator: Jean Karsavina, The Jumping frog of Calaveras County30
Prelude part 830
Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters. 2nd series, no. 1. Text: Douglas Moore, Virgil Thomson & Glenway Wescott30
Quem vidistis, pastore? For 2 equal or 4 mixed voices & organ introducing melody of What child is this? m Camil VanHulse, musical setting and adaptations of composite English text: Joseph Gerald Phillips30
Revival part 230
Sing hosanna. Arr. Elinor F. Davies, pseud. of Frances Williams, w Lydia Ross, pseud. of Rhoda Newton27
Sing, O sing this blessed morn. For mixed chorus & organ or piano. Musical setting: Eugene Butler30
Six unaccompanied solos for snare drum. m & text: Michael Colgrass, The Tower, Deja vu24
Somebody nobody loves. w Ronald Gustin Briggs, m Warren Leroy Fennell, changed w & m Ronald Gustin Briggs & Warren Leroy Fennell30
Something's gonna have to change ; Just wanna be right there30
Songs by Robert Hunter collection I, Hidden asset, Dog soldiers30
Spiritual warfare ; Don't need that much ; Just let me love you ... et al, Collective works of Jack Butler & Paul Shaffer30
Street king march folio. For band. m Walter Beeler, David Bennett, Thomas F. Darcy, Jr., G. E. Holmes, Earl D. Irons, Frank Simon, Harold L. Walters & Paul Yoder30
Street king march folio. For band. m Walter Beeler, David Bennett, Thomas F. Darcy, Jr., G. E. Holmes, Earl D. Irons, Frank Simon, Harold L. Walters & Paul Yoder part 330
Stretching, and other mind expanding activities for the inquisitive young pianist30
Supervisor's management style and employee performance appraisal satisfaction in a public health agency30
Sweet little Jesus boy. For mixed chorus a cappella with alto or baritone solo. Words & music by Robert MacGimsey, arr. by Guy C. Filkins30
The Carrot talks (to the long string bean) For piano solo. Music: Olive Dungan, words: Gertrude Gore30
The Children's friend. Vol. 58 (called v. 59), Apr. 1959. By Primary Association of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints part 330
The darkling thrush by Thomas Hardy; an essay. Captain Carpenter by John Crowe Ransom; an essay. By John Berryman30
The Loyal Legionnaire. Words & music by Robert M. Crawford, The U.S. Air Force, Pipsqueak30
The Princess of Persia. For B-flat clarinet and piano. Music by Henry Purcell, arr. John Edmunds30
The Whistler and his dog. m Arthur Pryor, piano arr.: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, employer for hire of Louis Gordon30
Three Christmas carols for five voices. From Canciones y villanescas espirituales. By Francisco Guarrero, editing with alternative English underlay: Anthony G. Petti30
Wedding cantata. Chorus of mixed voices (optional soprano and tenor soli) and piano (organ) or with 2 horns, celesta, strings. m Daniel Pinkham30
You can lighten the load on your shoulder. w & m Marjorie Harper a.k.a. Jane Belmonte, w Fred Patrick30
You try somebody else-Betty Boop, Betty co-ed, Down by the old mill stream30
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