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Sheet Music – 38 Pieces – Primarily from the 1930s and Earlier.

Lot 555. Sheet Music – 38 Pieces – Primarily from the 1930s and Earlier. Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Ozzie Nelson and Xavier Cugat are among the notables who performed the songs featured in this collection. The music sheets range from p to ex and average g+ to vg. Crosby is on the cover of sheet music for “Love in Bloom” from “She Loves Me Not,” 1934; Jolson, “Where the Black-Eyed Susans Grow” from “Robinson Crusoe, Jr.,” 1917, and “Swanee” from “Sinbad,” 1919, with music by George Gershwin; Nelson, “And Then Your Lips Met Mine,” 1930, with his lyrics; Cugat, “Isle of Capri,” 1934; and Cugat with Jose Iturbi and various actors, “I Think of You” from “Holiday in Mexico,” 1946. Other performers on the sheet music covers include: Geraldine and Anne Beaumont, “The Wedding of the Painted Doll,” 1929; Ruth Etting, “You’ve Got Me Crying Again,” 1933; Belle Baker and Isabella Patricola (2 different), “Louisville Lou (That Vampin’ Lady,” 1923; Ethel Shutta, “Lazybones,” 1933, by Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael; Billy Mills, “Who is Sylvia,” 1935; Billy Glason, “Bebe,” 1922; and Cliff Edwards, “Just a Little Thing Called Rhythm,” 1925. Other songs include: “My Madonna,” 1929, lyrics by Billy Rose; “They Go Wild Simply Over Me,” 1917; “With a Hey and a Hi and a Ho Ho Ho!” 1947; “June Brought the Roses,” 1924; “One Alone” from “The Desert Song,” 1926, by Oscar Hammerstein, et. al., and Sigmund Romberg; “Sail Along, Silv’ry Moon” (2), 1937; “Silver Moon” from “My Maryland,” 1927; “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” 1933, by Jerome Kern; “God Bless America,” 1939 by Irving Berlin; and “Silver Threads Among the Gold,” 1915. Minimum Bid $20.    

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