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Ooh, Maybe It's You- Sheet Music from The Ziegfeld Follies of 1927, Berlin, Irving
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Little White Rose - Sheet Music, Hively, Wells (words); Charels Wakfield Cadman (music);
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Ooh, Maybe It's You- Sheet Music from The Ziegfeld Follies of 1927, Berlin, Irving
1 Berlin, Irving Ooh, Maybe It's You- Sheet Music from The Ziegfeld Follies of 1927
New York Irving Berlin Inc 1927 Soft Cover Very Good Sheet Music 
Ooh, Maybe It's You sheet music from The Ziegfeld Follies of 1927 featuring Eddie Cantor. Words and music by Irving Berlin. Dances by Sammy Lee. Ad on the back for Irving Berlin's Russian Lullaby. 
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Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society Fan Club Kit, Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society
2 Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society Fan Club Kit
Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society 1977 Soft Cover Very Good 
Electric Light Orchestra Appreciation Society Fan Club Kit. Includes folder, 1977 concert photo on cardstock, black and white photo with names printed underneath, folded color poster approx. 16 x 20", two pages of band shirts and pins to order. Black folder has some edge and corner wear. 
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Complete Catalog of Emerson Records, Emerson Records
3 Emerson Records Complete Catalog of Emerson Records
Emerson Records 1917 Soft Cover Very Good 
Complete Catalog of Emerson Records. No date but Emerson Records was active from 1916-1928. This is the first complete catalog of Emerson Records (from text inside). The company is just a year old and producing one and a quarter million records a month. 23 pages. 
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Little White Rose - Sheet Music, Hively, Wells (words); Charels Wakfield Cadman (music);
4 Hively, Wells (words); Charels Wakfield Cadman (music); Little White Rose - Sheet Music
San Francisco Sherman, Clay & Co. 1925 Soft Cover Good Sheet Music 
Little White Rose was featured in Zane Grey's "The Vanishing American" movie as noted on the front of the sheet music. The movie starred Richard Dix, Lois Wilson, Noah Berry, and Malcolm McGregor. Music has some pencil markings and last page was repaired with white tape (see scan). 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - April 1, 1947, Musical Courier
5 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - April 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, April 1, 1947. Volume CXXXV, Number 7. Annual Radio Issue. Front cover: Margaret Daum. Back cover: ad for American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Articles include USA World Radio Voice (Voice of America); Frank Black speaks on the responsibility of radio conductors to the musical audience; National Federation of Music Clubs and Radio; Television: What is its status today?;. How some air programs aid the child (Superman series, Alan Young Show); Pipe Dreams-what a critic would like to hear in broadcasts by Francis D. Perkins; When video goes to the opera; William Steinberg, orchestra builder, has versatile career; Franco Autori tells of music in Poland. New York concerts-Leopold Stokowksi conducts the Philharmonic, Jascha Heifetz recital on March 5, Albert Brusilow. Full page ads for Burl Ives, Sylvan Levin, and Winifred Heidt. Many ads and news from Chicago and Hollywood. Covers and some pages have a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - August, 1947, Musical Courier
6 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - August, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, August, 1947. Volume CXXXVI, Number 2. Front cover: Arturo Di Filippi, Opera Guild of Miami. Back cover: Pupils of Ettore Verna- Eva De Luca, Bette Dubro, Jane Frazier. Articles include Premiere of the Opera Albert Herring at the Glyndebourne Festival; Review of the Stadium Series in June with Leonard Berstein conducting Marian Anderson and Prokofieff's Third Piano Concerto, and Gershwin Night; Tullio Serafin relates experiences after the collapse of Italy; Paul Lavalle synthesizes divergent fields of music; The Dance-review of the premier of the new ballet Crosstown by Arthur Mahoney. Many ads and news from Brazil, Mexico, Denmark, Argentina, LA, Hollywood. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - February 15, 1947, Musical Courier
7 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - February 15, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, February 15, 1947. Volume CXXXV, Number 4. Front cover: Leonard Warren. Back cover: Paul Loyonnet, French master pianist. Articles include Artur Rodzinski quits Philharmonic, will lead the Chicago Symphony-is succeeded by Bruno Walter; Pierre Monteux to embark on cross-country tour (San Francisco Symphony Orchestra); Schubert's 150th birthday widely marked; Roy Shield builds bridges; New York concerts-Edouard Nies-Berger, Rudolf Serkin, Georges Enesco, Joseph Weingarten's debut, Leon Fleisher, Emile Baume, Vladimir Horowitz, Herbert Sorkin debut, Robert Turner back from wars. Full page ad for Flagstad. Many ads and news from London, Cleveland (Igor Stravinksy conducts and Geoge Szell returns), Los Angleles and Hollywood. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - January 1, 1943, Musical Courier
8 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - January 1, 1943
New York Musical Courier Company 1943 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, January 1, 1943. Volume CXXVII, Number 1. Front cover: Andres de Segurola, former member of Metropolitan Opera Company and now a singing teacher. Back cover: Giorgio D'Andria, General Manager of National Grand Opera Co. Articles include Debut of James Melton as Tamino at the Metropolitan and Lily Djanel as Salome; South America's 1943 Season Offers Artists Opportunity; Music our soldiers will find in Africa; New York Concerts including Sir Thomas Beecham conducting the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra on Dec. 8 in Mozart's Symphony in D ( Sir Thomas had difficulty finding a baton he liked and then broke it during the Mozart and continued directing with his hands); Leopold Stowkowski directing Shostakovitch's Seventh Symphony; Rebecca Finn's debut at Carnegie Hall; editorial on Social Security coverage for musicians. Reviews of New York recitals by performers Marisa Regules, Rudolf Serkins, the Le Roy trio (Rene Le Roy, Janos Scholz, and Albert Hirsh), Ralph Kirkpatrick, Joseph Schuster and Nadia Reisenberg, Zino Francescatti, Jan Smeterlin, George Copeland in his first New York appearance in four years, Rand Smith, Bronislaw Huberman, Lotte Lehmann, Sidor Belarsky, Emanual List, Samuel Dushkin, Romolo de Spirito, Robert Kitain, Nathan Milstein, Kurt Appelbaum, Trapp Family Singers. News from Radio, Chicago, London, Hollywood. Numerous advertisements from teachers, conservatories, music schools, piano manufacturers, music publishers, and artists seeking engagements. Front cover has a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - July, 1947, Musical Courier
9 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - July, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, July, 1947. Volume CXXXVI, Number 1. Front cover: Ralph Thomas, voice teacher. Back cover: pictures from Trapp Family Music Camp, Paula Crystal, Cathleen Ely Chambers, Franklyn Carnahan. Articles include Interview with Gladys Swarthout; New York concerts Bertha Dale, Edward Weiss, Victor Recondo, Rosa Sandra; Trapp Family music camp. Many ads and news from Brazil, Mexico, Denmark, Argentina, LA, Hollywood. Covers and many pages have long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - June 1, 1947, Musical Courier
10 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - June 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, June 1, 1947. Volume CXXXV, Number 11. International Issue. Front cover: Nikolai and Joanna Graudan. Back cover: Kurt Baum, tenor . Articles include UNESCO-can music aid peace?; Europe gave warm welcome to Arnold Eidus. Many ads and news from Brazil, Argentina, France, Great Britain, Italy, Austira, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, Russia (Moscow premiere of Prokofieff's War and Peace and other news of Prokofieff including a new Sonata in Oct, 1946; reivew of Shostakovich's Third String Quartet premiere Dec. 1946), Australia. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - March  1, 1947, Musical Courier
11 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - March 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, March 1, 1947. Volume CXXXV, Number 5. Front cover: E. Robert Schmitz, pianist. Back cover: Alexander Kipnis. Articles include Why some opera singers go mad; Los Angles invisions two great auditoriums-Memorial Hall and Opera House; Budapest will honor Bartok with international concours; Opera recordings planned by two firms-Columbia and RCA Victor. New York concerts-Leonard Bernstein conducts Boston Symphony Feb. 12, Alan Hovhannes, Jakob Gimpel, Carroll Glenn. Many ads and news from Chicago and Hollywood. Full page ads for Marine Yurlova, Whittemore and Lowe. Covers and most pages have a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - May 1, 1947, Musical Courier
12 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - May 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, May 1, 1947. Volume CXXXV, Number 9. Front cover: Meredith Wildon, composer-conductor. Back cover: Tibbett. Articles include Our films in Latin America; Results of the Best Film Music and Dances contest for 1946; Meredith Wilson conducts music "So people will understand it"; William Hess, tenor, back from the Air Forces, wins success on the air waves; Kurt Baum's career covers many lands. New York concerts-Leo Sirota's debut, David Sokoloff, Robert Casadesus, Robert Menga, Kirsten Flagstad. Many ads and news from London, Chicago, LA, Cincinnati. Covers and some pages have a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - November 1, 1947, Musical Courier
13 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - November 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, November 1, 1947. Volume CXXXVI, Number 6. Front cover: Adelaide Van Wey. Back cover: ad for Robert Malone Monthly Musicales. Articles include Mendelssohn in England; Masked Ball has seen many vicissitudes; Julius Mattfeld, CBS Librarian; The Role of Bernice Judis; Astrid Varnay sings Wagner's Three B's in Buenos Aires; Verona cheers Met tenor Richard Tucker; Richard Strauss, 83, returns to lead his works in London. New York concerts-Leonard Bernstein conducting a Stravinsky program with Tossy Spivakovsky, David Oppenheim and Hugo Kolberg playing with the NY Symphony, Philharmonic opening-Was Leopold Stokowski thinking of the atom bomb..., Mihal Kusevitzky, Ruggiero Ricci, Gunna Johansen, Jorge Bolet. Two page ad for Alexander Sved. Many ads and news from Boston, Chicago, LA, San Francisco. Covers and some pages have a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 1, 1947, Musical Courier
14 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 1, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, October 1, 1947. Volume CXXXVI, Number 4. Front cover: Leona Flood, Violinist. Back cover: Boys Town Choir. Articles include Mendelssohn after a century; Salzburg Festival premieres new opera ( Danton's Death); New York concert season-Louis Lackland, William Aubin, Elliott Fisher, Louis Shub, Rhea Jackson, Rosa Sandra, Norman Atkins, Maria T. Rodriguez, Eunice Podis; Eileen Farrell is versatile songstress. Many ads and news from Brazil, Argentina, Hollywood, Chicago, Australia. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 15, 1942, Musical Courier
15 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 15, 1942
New York Musical Courier Company 1942 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, October 15, 1942. Volume CXXVI, Number 5. Front cover: Grace Moore. Back cover: Carroll Glenn, violinist. Articles include Nation's musical forces rally in aid of war drive; Critics vs. Public: Shostakovitch and his "Music with a Message"; Metropolitan opera season to feature US singers- James Melton, Walter Cassel, Frances Greer, Margaret Hershaw, Doris Doree and from other countries Martial Singher, Hertha Glaz and Lorenzo Alvary; Mexican debut of Shostakovitch's Seventh Symphony; News from Radio, Chicago, Pan America, Baltimore, Hollywood. Full page ad by Paul Robeson. Many advertisements from teachers, conservatories, music schools, piano manufacturers, music publishers, and artists seeking engagements. Front cover has a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 15, 1947, Musical Courier
16 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - October 15, 1947
New York Musical Courier Company 1947 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier, October 15, 1947. Volume CXXXVI, Number 5. Front cover: Evelyn MacGregor, contralto. Back cover: Metropolitan Opera of Chicago ad. Articles include Midwest instrument industry helped build art life (Kimball, Story and Clark, Lyon and Healy's, Summy's); Starr Piano Company celebrates 75 years of instrument making; New York concerts JennieTourel, Stevan Bergman, Etta Prince, Ella Goldstein, Helene De Reszke, Daniel Ericourt, Elizabeth Kaboolian, Ruth Slenczynski, Clifford Herzer; Maria Kurenko discusses radio programming and song; Picture and news of Nelson Eddy, Eleanor Steber, and Herman DeVries; The Dance- Maria Svetlova; Prague applauds American soprano Marguerite Kozenn. Many ads and news from New York, Chicago, Australia, Latin America, and LA. Cover and most pages have long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music -April 10, 1937, Musical Courier
17 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music -April 10, 1937
New York Musical Courier Company 1937 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier-April 10, 1937. Front Cover-Basil Cameron. Back cover-Josephine Forsyth's. Articles include Radio and its possibilities; Mischa Elman's farewells in Japan; Basic principles of art founded on science says E. Robert Schmitz. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music -April 3, 1937, Musical Courier
18 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music -April 3, 1937
New York Musical Courier Company 1937 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier-April 3, 1937. Front Cover-John Brownlee. Back cover-Fabien Sevitzky. Articles include Paul Hindemith's symphony Mathis der Maler fails to warm London scribe; Mahler's Song of the Earth has coast premiere in Los Angeles. Full page ad for Marion Talley. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music -August 15, 1937, Musical Courier
19 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music -August 15, 1937
New York Musical Courier Company 1937 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier-August 15, 1937. Front Cover-Jean Tennyson. Back cover-Georg von Harten. Articles include Toscanini opens Salzburg Festival with Fidelio; Remembering Rafael Joseffy; Interview with Jessica Dragonette. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine 
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Musical Courier :  Weekly Review of the World's Music -December 15, 1937, Musical Courier
20 Musical Courier Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music -December 15, 1937
New York Musical Courier Company 1937 Soft Cover Good 
Musical Courier-December 15, 1937. Front Cover-Nino Martini. Back cover-Efrem Zimbalist. Articles include Prokofieff's new Overture given in London by Coates; Richard Strauss announces the completion of his new opera Daphne; Schumann's Lost Concerto played by Yehudi Menuhin; "Olive Palmer" of the radio chats about her alter ego, Virginia Rea. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine. 
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