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titleNumber of documents
A Breath of sweet Irish air. Lyrics by Thomas O'Malley, 1924-; music by Albert Hague, 192029
Balzac Domestic peace and other stories. By Marion Ayton Crawford, Bedrock, Come grow old along with me28
Break it down. Co-composers, John Paul White & Melissa Peirce30
Casino de Paris. Words: Henri Varna, pseud. of Eugene Vantard, & Rene Richard Galle, pseud. of Rene Auguste Richard, music: Ted Grouya30
Dance, anyone? Words by John Rufus Sharpe 3d & Elizabeth Berryhill, music by Jerry Herst (Jerome Philip Herst)30
Don't get around much anymore & 3 other titles30
Dream Street & 27 other titles, The Wizard, Lincoln23
Fascinating rhythm ; Someone to watch over me ; I got rhythm ; I got rhythm (Gershwin improv.)30
Have a heart & 2 other titles part 230
If we were any more British, we couldn't talk at all. w Sid Kuller, m Duke Ellington (Edward Kennedy Ellington) & Billy Strayhorn part 430
Lady love. w & m Michael Soles & Steven Soles, piano arr. George Terry, Love under one nation29
Little big shot. By Byron Film Productions, Ltd25
Little Sharon Goldfarb in the presence of Tanta Sarah performs her new piece: Dance of the Surly Gnomes, which she learned in honor of her brother Jonathan's Bar Mitzvah. Arr. Robert Maxwell30
Murder she said. By Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios, Ltd, Downstairs, Doctor X30
Sing sing sing (we shall all be saved) By Guy Fletcher & Doug Flett, Be reasonable30
South Rampart Street parade, marching stick figure; field formation. By Randall Spicer30
Theme from the Big operator. m Loew's, Inc., & Albert Zugsmith Productions, Inc., employers for hire of Van Alexander part 230
The more I see you. From Billy Rose's diamond horseshoe. For female voices SSA. Original w Mack Gordon, original m Harry Warren, arr. Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., employer for hire of Clay Warnick30
The Object of my affection. w & m Pinky Tomlin, Coy Poe & Jimmy Grier, choral S.S.A. arr. Milton James30
Under your spell & 7 other titles30
Welcome Christmas! A garland of poems chosen by Ann Thaxter Eaton and decorated by Valenti Angelo29
What a diff'rence a day made. m & Spanish w Maria Grever, English w Stanley Adams, accordion arr. Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, employer for hire of Alfred Mayer30
You might as well go to a goat for wool. w & m Beatrice Arnaud30
You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch Composed by Theodor S. Geisel & Albert Hague, Behind the eight beat & 15 other titles25
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