NLS: Large-Print Scores and Books Catalog

Music and Musicians

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Contents

Large-Print Scores and Books Catalog, a guide to the large-print collection in the Music Section, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, includes large-print music and books on music and musicians available as of January 2010.

This catalog is divided into two general sections, one for scores and the other for books. Scores are further divided into seven categories—brass, keyboard, percussion, strings, voice, woodwinds, and ensembles. Books are arranged into five groups—autobiographies and biographies, braille music notation, college-level texts, popular subjects, and reference tools.

Music for individual instruments is listed under the appropriate instrument family heading, e.g., piano music under keyboard and trumpet music under brass. The listings under voice include music as well as librettos and song and hymn texts.

Within the subsections for individual instruments and voice, pieces by a single composer are listed under the composer’s name. Collections of music by several composers are listed under collection titles. An alphabetical index to authors, composers, and titles is provided.

Publisher information has been omitted from the Scores section. However, this information is available in the NLS online catalog at http://nlscatalog.loc.gov, or can be found by calling the Music Section at 1-800-424-8567. Publishers have been included in the Books section. 

Masters for large-print scores in the NLS music collection were variously handcopied, prepared from photo-enlarged print music, or produced by computer. Most handcopied and photo-enlarged music masters were prepared by members of Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Beta honor fraternities and other volunteers.

Except where special sizes are noted and in books about music and musicians, the music staff size is approximately one inch. Books are printed commercially or are enlarged and reproduced by xerography. Minimum type size is 14 points. For illustration, we have provided a sample large-print music score in the centerfold of this catalog.

Scores

Brass

Keyboard

Percussion

Strings

Voice

Woodwinds

Ensembles

Books

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Brass

Baritone Horn

Senaillé, Jean Baptiste, 1687–1730
Allegro spiritoso    LPM 362
For baritone horn and piano; baritone part only.

VanderCook, Hale A. (Hale Ascher), 1864–1949
Lily    LPM 310
For cornet, trumpet, or treble-clef baritone.

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Horn

Gower, William
Rubank advanced method for French horn, vol. 1    LPM 518

Kopprasch, G.
Sixty selected studies for French horn    LPM 394

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Trombone

Douglas, Wayne
The Belwin band builder: Trombone, part 1    LPM 28

Handel, George Frideric, 1685–1759
Sarabande and vivace, trombone    LPM 334

Pearson, Bruce, 1942
Standard of excellence: Trombone, book 1    LPM 673

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844–1908
Allegro vivace: From concerto, trombone    LPM 327
For trombone and piano; trombone part only.

Weber, Fred
First division band method: Trombone, part 2    LPM 266

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Trumpet and Cornet

Anderson, Leroy, 1908–1975
Bugler’s holiday: B-flat trumpet solo    LPM 166
For trumpet and piano; trumpet part only.

Breeze-easy: Recital pieces for cornet (trumpet)    LPM 292
Compiled and arranged by John Kinyon.
For trumpet and piano; trumpet part only.

Abide with me
All through the night
Annie Lisle (H.S. Thompson)
The ash grove
Auld lang syne
Bendemeer’s stream
The blue bells of Scotland
Carnival of Venice
Cockles and mussels
Cradle song (Johannes Brahms)
Crusaders’ hymn
Drink to me only with thine eyes
The Erie Canal
Faith of our fathers
Flow gently, sweet Afton
German waltz
Home on the range
John Peel
Loch Lomond
Londonderry air
Long, long ago
The minstrel boy
Papa Haydn’s tune (Joseph Haydn)
Red River Valley
Roses from the South
Steal away
Sweet and low
Sweet Betsy from Pike
When love is kind
Ye banks and braes of bonny Doon

Douglas, Wayne
The Belwin band builder: B-flat cornet (trumpet), part 1    LPM 25

Haydn, Joseph, 1732–1809
Trumpet concerto for trumpet and piano; trumpet    LPM 168
Trumpet concerto in E-flat major H.VIIe. Arranged for trumpet and piano; library has trumpet part only.

VanderCook, Hale A. (Hale Ascher), 1864–1949
Lily    LPM 310
For cornet, trumpet, or treble-clef baritone.

Lyra: Progressive études for cornet or trumpet    LPM 363

Weber, Fred
First division band method: B-flat cornet (trumpet)    LPM 76

Williams, Ernest S.
Winema: Waltz, solo for cornet or trumpet    LPM 358
For cornet and piano; library has cornet part only.

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Tuba

Petrie, H.W. (Henry W.), 1857–1925
Asleep in the deep    LPM 304
For tuba and piano; library has tuba part only.

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Keyboard

Accordian

Sedlon, J.H.
Sedlon accordion method, book 1-B    LPM 286

Organ

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685–1750
Choralvorspiele in authentischer Folge (organ music selections)    LPM 466
Contains bd. 1, pt. 4 (nos. 29–34).

The church year: Easy organ voluntaries for liturgical church use, no. 1    LPM 248 
Compiled by Howard Zetterval.

Angels from the realms of glory (Roger C. Wilson)
Beautiful Jesus (arr. by Bruce Carleton)
Benedictus es domine (George Calkin)
Christ descendeth (Allen James)
Christ triumphant (O. Scheldrup Oberg)
Fling wide the gates (John Stainer)
Gethsemane (John M. Rasley)
Good Friday prelude (Willy Reske)
Holy Spirit, truth divine (Bertha Frick)
Hymn to the trinity (Cecil Scott-Devin)
Jesu, priceless treasure (Cruger-Bach)
The king of glory (Dorothy Wells)
A king rides forth today (John M. Rasley)
A memory (Van Denman Thompson)
My shepherd—a Lenten meditation (John M. Rasley)
Now let all the heavens adore Thee (Nicolai-Bach)
O sacred head (Hassler-Bach)
O savior sweet (Bach-Peery)
Oh, come, Emmanuel (Ellen Jane Lorenz)
Our hymn of grateful praise (John M. Rasley)
Prelude on “Ein’ feste Burg” (W.J. Preston)
Prelude on three Easter carols (Roger C. Wilson)
Soli deo gloria (Roger C. Wilson)
The son of God goes forth (Ellen Jane Lorenz)
A song of adoration (Van Denman Thompson)
Song of hope (Austin C. Lovelace)
Songs of Christmas (Roger C. Wilson)
The suffering savior (Roger C. Wilson)
Tersanctus (Ellen Jane Lorenz)

Clark, Mary Elizabeth, 1918–
Belwin organ library for all organs:
Manual play, level 2    LPM 224

Belwin organ library for all organs:
Method play, level 2    LPM 222

Easy organ arrangements for all organs     LPM 77
Compiled by John Brimhall.

vol. 1
Honey
I left my heart in San Francisco
It’s a small world
My way of life
Never on Sunday
Rock and roll
Solid rock
Tiajuana taxi
Up, up, and away

vol. 2
Blues in F
Gentle on my mind
Harper Valley P.T.A.
How to play blues
It was a very good year
King of the road
Little green apples
Moon River
Spanish eyes

Franck, César, 1822–1890
Chorale no. 1    LPM 205
With Hammond registration.

Chorale no. 2    LPM 401
With Hammond registration.

Chorale no. 3    LPM 178
With Hammond registration.

The Oxford book of wedding music for manuals    LPM 658
Compiled by Malcolm Archer.

Air (from Water music) (Handel)
Andante religioso (from Organ sonata no. 4) (Mendelssohn)
Arrival of the queen of Sheba (Sinfonia  from Solomon) (Handel)
Ave verum corpus (Mozart)
Bist du bei mir (Stölzel)
Bourrée (from Water music) (Handel)
Bridal march (from Lohengrin) (Wagner)
Canon (Pachelbel)
Finale (from Water music) (Handel)
Hornpipe (from Water music) (Handel)
Jesu, joy of man’s desiring (from Cantata  no. 147) (Bach)
Largo; minuet (from Berenice) (Handel)
March (Purcell)
Marche (Lefébure-Wély)
Ouverture (from Fireworks music) (Handel)
Prelude (from the Te Deum) (Charpentier)
Prelude in C; air (from Suite no. 3) (Bach)
Prince of Denmark’s march (Clarke)
Saint Anthony chorale (Haydn)
Spring (from The four seasons) (Vivaldi)
Trumpet tune (Purcell)
Trumpet voluntary (Stanley)
Trumpet voluntary in D (Boyce)
Variations (from Organ concerto op. 4, no. 1) (Handel)
Wedding march (from A midsummer night’s dream) (Mendelssohn)

Wagner, Richard, 1813–1883
Wedding march from Lohengrin    LPM 471 
Abridged edition for use at weddings.

Wildman, Arthur Wesley, 1901–
Belwin organ course for all models of organs    LPM 98

Spinet organ, book A, for beginners of all ages    LPM 75

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Piano

Aaron, Michael
Duet book: Original piano duets for
reading, rhythm, and recreation   
    LPM    169
v. 1: primo; v. 2: secondo.

Asia
Autumn story
The clown
Colonial ball
Ghost town
Nightfall
On review
The organ grinder
Reminiscence
Toyland
Valse petite
Weeping willow

Agay, Denes
The first recital: Original piano miniatures, recital notebook 1    LPM 156
Seven pieces for the first-year student.

The all-American college football songs    LPM 553
The eyes of Texas (University of Texas)
Fight on (University of Southern
California)
Iowa corn song
Men of Pennsylvania
Minnesota, march on
Navy blue and gold
Northwestern push on song
Notre Dame victory march
Rambling wreck of Georgia Tech
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
There is no place like Nebraska (dear old Nebraska U.)

American festival, book 2, early grade     LPM 92
Contains eleven compositions by the following composers: E.M. Fisher, L. Garrow, G. Harris, E.H. Hier, C. McGraw, A. Procter, E.E. Rogers, E. Stevens, S.B. Wilson.

American festival, book 4, advanced    LPM 481
Arcadian festival (Shirley Munger)
Fiddler’s reel (Jack Frederick Kilpatrick)
Mirage (William L. Gillock)
Lament (Gilbert Allen)
Petite suite (Wayne R. Bohrnstedt)
Song (Edward MacDowell)
Sparklers (John La Montaine)
A tin soldier’s love (Edward MacDowell)

American victory songs    LPM 251
Arranged by Maxwell Eckstein.
America
America, the beautiful
American patrol
Battle hymn of the republic
Columbia, the gem of the ocean
Dixie
Hail, Columbia!
The Marines’ hymn
The star-spangled banner
When Johnny comes marching home
Yankee Doodle

Anson, George
New directions, approaches to contemporary piano idioms        LPM 270

Anthology of early American keyboard music, 1787–1830, vol. 1     LPM 720
Edited by J. Bunker Clark.
“Ah! what is the bosom’s commotion” with variations for the piano forte (Charles Gilfert)
The Copenhagen waltz with variations (T.L. Holden)
Divertimento II (Raynor Taylor)
“The maid of Lodi” with variations (Benjamin Carr)
March (Eliza Crawly Murden)
Meddley with the most favorite airs and variations (John Christopher Moller)
The new federal overture (James Hewitt)
The President of the United States’ march (Stephen Sicard)
Rondo (John Christopher Moller)
Rondo III for the piano forte or harpsichord (William Brown)
The siege of Tripoli: An historical naval sonata for the piano forte (Benjamin Carr)
Sonata III (Mr. Newman)
Sonata VI (Benjamin Carr)
Sonatina III (Benjamin Carr)
Thema with 30 variations (James Hewitt)
Trip to Nahant: A favorite rondo (James Hewitt)
Voluntary for the organ (Benjamin Carr)
“Yankee Doodle” with variations (James Hewitt)

Anthology of early American keyboard music, 1787–1830, vol. 2     LPM 733
Edited by J. Bunker Clark.
L’adieu: A rondo (Charles Thibault)
La Bretonne: A celebrated air by F. Kalkbrenner with an introduction and variations, for the piano forte (Charles Thibault)
Clinton’s triumph: A grand march for the piano forte (William Taylor)
The debarkation march (Anthony Philip Heinrich)
Divertimento for the piano forte in which are introduced the favorite airs of “Pipe de tabac,” “Di tanti palpiti,” and “The drunken sailor or Columbus” (Christopher Meineke)
A fantasia for the piano forte in which is introduced Whitaker’s celebrated song “Thine am I, my faithful fair,” with variations (Peter K. Moran)
A favorite waltz with variations for the piano forte, Hungarian air (Charles F. Hupfeld)
Grand centennial march (Charles Zeuner)
Honor to the brave: General Lafayette’s grand march (Francis Johnson)
Johnson’s new cotillions (Francis Johnson)
Moran’s favorite variations to the Suabian air: For the harp or piano forte (Peter K. Moran)
An original air with variations (Arthur Clifton)
Petit pot pourri (Julius Metz)
Saxon rondo (Frederick A. Getze)
Second grand fantasie: Introduction and brilliant variations to the Russian dance (James F. Hance)
Toccatina capriciosa (Anthony Philip Heinrich)
Variations to the favourite air “Au clair de la lune” (Christopher Meineke)
Welcome the nation’s guest: A military divertimento for the piano forte (Oliver Shaw)

Arndt, Felix, d. 1918
Nola    LPM 284

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685–1750
Bach for beginners from the Anna Magdalene [i.e. Magdalena] notebook     LPM 45
v. 1 contains selections from the Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach; v. 2 consists chiefly of selections from the Clavier-Büchlein vor Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.

First lessons in Bach, book 1    LPM 484
Compiled by Walter Carroll.
Bourée in E minor
Gavotte in G minor
March in D major
March in E-flat major
March in G major
Minuet in C minor
Minuet in D minor
Minuet in G major
Minuet in G major
Minuet in G major
Minuet in G minor
Minuet in G minor
Minuet in G minor
Musette in D major
Musette in G major
Polonaise in G minor

First lessons in Bach, book 2, twelve short pieces    LPM 150
Compiled by Walter Carroll.
The pieces are selected from the following works:

Nos. 1, 3, and 6 from the Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach (1725)

Nos. 2, 4, and 10 from the English suites (no. 6, D minor; no. 3, G minor; and no. 5, E minor)

No. 5 from an overture (Ouverture [Suite], F major, BWV 820)

Nos. 7, 8, and 11 from the French suites (no. 5, G major; no. 6, E major; and no. 2, C minor)

No. 9 from a partita (no. 3, A minor)

No. 12 from a suite (F minor, BWV 823)

The joy of Bach: Original keyboard compositions by members of the Bach family    LPM 130
Compiled and edited by Denes Agay. Compositions by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Johann Christian Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.

Three part inventions: Sinfonia    LPM 396
BWV 787-801

Two part inventions: Inventio    LPM 499
BWV 772-786

Bartók, Béla, 1881–1945
Mikrokosmos, vol. 1    LPM 476

Sonatina for piano    LPM 532

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770–1827
Contra dances    LPM 132
Freely transcribed by Isidor Seiss. Contains two dances; one in C major and the other in E-flat major.

Easy compositions for piano: Rondo, bagatelles, variations, sonatas    LPM 483

Rondo, op. 51, no. 1
Seven bagatelles, op. 33
Six easy variations on an original theme
Six variations on the duet “Nel cor piŭ non mi sento” from the opera La Molinara by Paisiello
Sonata, op. 79
Two easy sonatas: op. 49, no. 1; op. 49, no. 2

Eleven bagatelles, op. 119    LPM 734

Für Elise    LPM 667

Sonata in G minor, op. 49, no. 1    LPM 61

Sonata quasi una fantasia, op. 27, no. 2: Moonlight sonata    LPM 125
C-sharp minor

Twelve minuets, WoO 7    LPM 735

Best-loved songs of the American people    LPM 637
Edited by Denes Agay.

After the ball
All the things you are
Amazing grace
America
At a Georgia camp meeting
At dawning
Auld lang syne
Aura Lee
Baby mine
The band played on
Barb’ra Allen
The battle hymn of the republic
Beautiful dreamer
Because
Because you’re you
The big sunflower
Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home
A bird in a gilded cage
Blow the man down
The blue tail fly
The boll weevil song
The bonnie blue flag
Buffalo gals
The bully song
Bunker Hill
By the waters of Minnetonka
Cape Ann
Captain Junks
Careless love
Carry me back to old Virginny
The caissons go rolling along
Champagne Charlie
Chester
Cindy
Clementine
Coronation
The cowboy’s lament
Daisy Bell
Darling Nelly Gray
Dixie
Down in the valley
Drink to me only with thine eyes
Embraceable you
Enraptured I gaze
The Erie Canal
The flowers that bloom in the spring
For he’s a jolly good fellow
For me and my gal
Frankie and Johnny
Froggie went a-courtin’
Gaily the troubadour
The girl I left behind me
Give my regards to Broadway
Glow worm
God bless America
The gospel train
Grandfather’s clock
Greensleeves
Hail, Columbia
Hello, ma baby
He’s got the whole world in His hands
Ho, westward ho!
Home on the range
Home sweet home
The hunters of Kentucky
Hush little baby
I can’t give you anything but love
I love life
I love you truly
Ida, sweet as apple cider
The impossible dream
In the gloaming
In the good old summertime
I’ve been working on the railroad
I’ve got the whole world on a string
Jeanie with the light brown hair
Jingle bells
Jump Jim Crow
June is bustin’ out all over
Kingdom coming
Kiss me again
Kiss me quick and go
The lass of Richmond Hill
Last week I took a wife
The liberty song
Li’l Liza Jane
Lilly Dale
Listen to the mocking bird
Little brown jug
Long, long ago
Long tail blue
Look down that lonesome road
Love’s old sweet song
Mademoiselle from Armentieres
The man on the flying trapeze
Maple leaf rag
The Marines’ hymn
Mary’s a grand old name
Michael, row the boat ashore
Mighty lak’ a rose
The Mulligan guard
My faith looks up to thee
My gal Sal
My heart stood still
My wild Irish rose
Night and day
Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Oh promise me
Oh! Susanna
Ol’ man river
Old colony times
Old Dan Tucker
Old folks at home
Old hundredth
The old oaken bucket
Old rosin the beau
On the banks of the Wabash
On top of Old Smoky
Once in love with Amy
Over the hills and far away
Paper of pins
A perfect day
Peter Gray
Poor wayfaring stranger
Pop! Goes the weasel
Prayer of thanksgiving
Red River Valley
The riddle song
Rock of ages
Rosalie, the prairie flower
The Rosary
Saint Louis blues
Sally in out alley
Scarborough Fair
Seventy-six trombones
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
Shenandoah
The sidewalks of New York
Silver threads among the gold
So in love
Sometime I feel like a motherless child
Springfield Mountain
Star dust
The star-spangled banner
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Sweet Genevieve
Sweet is the budding spring of love
The sweetest story ever told
Swing low, sweet chariot
Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é
Tea for two
Tenting tonight
There is a tavern in the town
There’ll be a hot time
There’s music in the air
Tom Dooley
Toyland
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!
Turkey in the straw
Under the bamboo tree
Wabash cannonball
Wait for the wagon
Wait ’til the sun shines, Nellie
Walking for that cake
We shall overcome
When Johnny comes marching home
When the saints come marching in
When you and I were young, Maggie
While strolling through the park
Wildwood flower
The women all tell me
Wondrous love
Woodman, spare that tree
Yankee Doodle
Yankee Doodle boy
The yellow rose of Texas
You naughty men
You’re in the army now

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Big junior hymnbook: Piano    LPM 48
Principally, melodies with words.

Around the throne of God in heaven
Blest be the tie
The church’s one foundation
Come Thou almighty king
Dare to be brave
Fairest Lord Jesus
Fling out the banner
God of our fathers
Hear our prayer, o Lord
I am Thine, o Lord
I think when I read that sweet story
Love divine
My faith looks up to Thee
Now, on land and sea descending
Now the light has gone away
O Zion haste
Onward, Christian soldiers
Sweet hour of prayer

Big-note carnival: Eighteen famous melodies    LPM 400
Arranged and edited by Maxwell Eckstein.

Argentine tango (Adios muchachus)
Aura Lee
French marching song
Glow worm
Good-bye my lady love
Greensleeves
I can’t do the sum (from Babes in toyland)
In the good old summertime
Jobilo (Kingdom comin’)
Just awearyin’ for you
Kashmiri song
Meet me in St. Louis, Louis
Melody of love
Mighty lak’ a rose
My wild Irish rose
Sailor’s hornpipe
When the saints go marching in
Yankee Doodle boy

The big-note parade of famous melodies: Fifteen compositions    LPM 397
Arranged and edited by Maxwell Eckstein. Compositions by the following composers: Chopin, Dacre, Foster, Gruber, Ivanovico, Liszt, Nevin, Offenbach, Rossini, Strauss, Ward, Weber.

Brimhall, John
John Brimhall’s exercises in rhythm: How to play bossa nova, blues, boogie-woogie, samba, and all the basic popular rhythms of the day    LPM 136

Burgmüller, Friedrich, 1806–1874
Twenty-five easy and progressive studies, op. 100
    LPM 91—handcopied, larger print than version below.
    LPM 685—enlarged version of standard print, smaller print than version above.“Expressly composed for small hands.”

Burnam, Edna Mae
A dozen a day: Technical exercises for the piano to be done each day before practising    LPM 63

Children’s piano pieces: A collection of sixty-four melodious compositions covering the first three grades of study     LPM 391
Contains compositions by the following composers: Beethoven, Behr, Bellini, Brunner, Button, Chopin, Chwatal, Clementi, Diabelli, Dussek, Fischer, Flotow, Gurlitt, Hermann, Hunten, Kleinmichel, Knayer, Krug, Kullak, Lange, Lichner, Mendelssohn, Merkel, Oesten, Poldini, Reinecke, Reinhold, Rummel, Scharwenka, Schmitt, Schumann, Spindler, Streabbog, Tchaikovsky, Thome, Weber, Wilm, Zilcher.

Chopin, Frédéric, 1810–1849
Etude, op. 10, no. 2    LPM 83
A minor

Etude, op. 10, no. 3    LPM 110
E major

Master series for the young        LPM 560
Selected and edited by Edwin Hughes.

Chorale from Nocturne, op. 37, no. 1
Etude no. 2 from the Three new études
Lento religioso from Nocturne, op. 15, no. 3
Mazurka, op. 7, no. 1
Mazurka, op. 67, no. 2
Mazurka, op. 67, no. 4
Mazurka, op. 68, no. 2
Mazurka, op. 68, no. 3
Prelude, op. 28, no. 6
Prelude, op. 28, no. 7
Prelude, op. 28, no. 15
Prelude, op. 28, no. 20
Theme from Ballade, op. 38
Trio from The funeral march, op. 35
Waltz, op. 70, no. 2
Waltz in E

Prelude, op. 28, no. 1    LPM 544

Prelude, op. 28, no. 2    LPM 473

Prelude, op. 28, no. 3    LPM 563

Prelude, op. 28, no. 8    LPM 545

Prelude, op. 28, no. 9    LPM 546

Prelude, op. 28, no. 10    LPM 547

Prelude, op. 28, no. 13    LPM 548

Prelude, op. 28, no. 18    LPM 549

Preludes, op. 28, no. 20–21    LPM 550

Prelude, op. 28, no. 22    LPM 551

Prelude, op. 28, no. 23    LPM 552

Preludes, op. 28—selections    LPM 90
Edited by Rafael Joseffy.

No. 4, E minor
No. 6, B minor
No. 7, A major
No. 11, B major
No. 12, G-sharp minor
No. 13, F-sharp major
No. 20, C minor

Preludes, op. 28—selections    LPM 140
No. 4, E minor
No. 6, B minor
No. 7, A major
No. 15, D-flat major
No. 20, C minor

Waltz, B. 44, E major    LPM 556

Waltz, B. 56, E minor    LPM 465

Waltz, B. 150, A minor    LPM 559

Waltz, op. 34, no. 1    LPM 558

Waltz, op. 42, A-flat major    LPM 554

Waltz, op. 64, no. 2    LPM 557

Waltz, op. 69, no. 1    LPM 555

Waltz, op. 70, no. 1, G-flat major    LPM 141

Waltz, op. 70, no. 3, D-flat major    LPM 142

Christmas music for piano solo    LPM 57
Collected and arranged by June Weybright.

vol. 1, secular
The boar’s head
Christmas is coming (Country gardens)
Deck the halls
O Christmas tree (O Tannenbaum)
The holly and the ivy
Jingle bells
Here we come a-wassailing
Good King Wenceslas
God rest you, merry gentlemen
March from The nutcracker suite (excerpt) (Tchaikovsky)
We wish you a merry Christmas

vol. 2, sacred
Angels we have heard on high
As lately we watched
Away in a manger
Carols of the shepherds
The children at the manger
The first Nowell
Good Christian men, rejoice
Hark! The herald angels sing
In a manger he is lying
It came upon the midnight clear
Joy to the world
March of the kings
O come, all ye faithful
O little town of Bethlehem
Oh come, Emmanuel
Shepherds now go we
Silent night
We three kings of Orient are
Winds through the olive trees

Clark, Frances, 1908–
The music tree: A plan for musical growth, part A, vol. 1    LPM 561

Classics to moderns in the intermediate grades    LPM 389
Compiled and edited by Denes Agay. Contains 113 compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, W.F. Bach, Bartók, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Clarke, Corelli, Couperin, Fischer, Franck, Gliere, Granados, Grieg, Handel, Haydn, Hummel, Kabalevsky, Khatchaturian, Kirchner, Kirnberger, Kodaly, Kuhlau, MacDowell, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Muffat, Pasquini, Prokofiev, Purcell, Rakov, Rameau, Rebikoff, Reger, Satie, Scarlatti, Schubert, Schumann, Scriabin, Shostakovich, Sibelius, Stolzel, Tchaikovsky, Telemann, Villa-Lobos, Volkmann, Zipoli.

Clementi, Muzio, 1752–1832
Six sonatinas, op. 36    LPM 95

Sonatina, C major, op. 36, no. 1    LPM 55

Contemporary piano literature, book 1    LPM 350
Selected and correlated by Frances Clark, edited by Louise Goss. Contains twenty-three compositions by the following composers: Bartók, Kabalevsky, Kraehenbuehl, Tansman, Tcherepnin.

Contemporary piano literature, book 2    LPM 138
Edited by Louise Goss. Contains sixteen compositions by the following composers: Bartók, Kabalevsky, Shostakovich, Siegmeister, Tansman, Tcherepnin.

Contemporary piano repertoire, level 6    LPM 482
by Maurice Hinson and David Carr Glover.  “Correlated with The piano student, level 6.

Fairy tale (Prokofiev)
Gavotte (Shostakovich)
Horseman’s gallop (Khachaturian)
In the garden (Stravinsky)
Pastoral (Stravinsky)
Promenade (Prokofiev)
Scampering (Khachaturian)
Tricks (Shostakovich)
Waltz (Shostakovich)

Davison, June
Piano progress: Approach to music for the partially sighted    LPM 43

Debussy, Claude, 1862–1918
Children’s corner for piano    LPM 724

“Clair de lune” from Suite bergamasque    LPM 528

“Golliwogg’s cake-walk” from The children’s corner    LPM 529

Dello Joio, Norman, 1913–
Lyric pieces for the young    LPM 591

Boat song
Night song
Prayer of the matador
Russian dancer
Street cries
The village church

Dvořák, Antonín, 1841–1904
Humoresque, op. 101, no. 7    LPM 283

Early English sonatinas    LPM 579
Edited by Alec Rowley. Contains sonatinas by Thomas Attwood, M. Camidge, W. Duncomb, James Hook, John Jones, and C.H. Wilton.

Easy classics to moderns     LPM 392
Compiled by Denes Agay. Contains 142 compositions by the following composers: Andre, C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Bartók, Beethoven, Bertini, Burgmuller, Corelli, Couperin, Czerny, Dandrieu, Franck, Gretchaninoff, Gurlitt, Handel, Haydn, Heller, Hummel, Kabalevsky, Khatchaturian, Kirnberger, Kohler, Kullak, Kunz, Mendelssohn, Miaskovsky, L. Mozart, W.A. Mozart, Prokofiev, Purcell, Rameau, Rebikoff, Schmitt, Schubert, Schumann, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Telemann, Turk, Villa-Lobos, Volkmann, Weber.

Fibich, Zdeněk, 1850–1900
Poem: (My moonlight Madonna)    LPM 58

The first assembled book of “pieces we like to play”    LPM 277
Selected and edited by Charles J. Haake, Gail Martin Haake, and Osbourne McConathy.

The first classics for the beginning pianist     LPM 385
Edited and arranged by Denes Agay. Contains twelve compositions by the following composers: Albert, Beethoven, Couperin, Dandrieu, Diabelli, Haydn, Mozart, Praetorius, Telemann, Turk, Wilton.

Five nursery songs for piano    LPM 65
Happy birthday
Little Jack Horner
Old King Cole
Pop goes the weasel
Twinkle, twinkle little star

For me and my piano, book 1    LPM 486

For me and my piano, book 3     LPM 533
“Progressive piano pieces in the intermediate grades.”

Ganz, Rudolph, 1877–1972
Animal pictures: Twenty piano pieces    LPM 479 
“For children who want to grow up and grown-ups who still can be young.”

George, Jon
A day in the jungle    LPM 165
“Contains twelve pieces for the young student.”

Gershwin, George, 1898–1937
George Gershwin’s preludes for piano    LPM 603

Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
Andante con moto e poco rubato

The music of George Gershwin: Made easy for piano    LPM 352
Arranged by Ada Richter.

But not for me
Clap yo’ hands
Embraceable you
Fascinating rhythm
I got a rhythm
I’ve got a crush on you
Liza
Love is sweeping the country
The man I love
Maybe
Mine
Of thee I sing
Oh, lady be good
Rhapsody in blue
Somebody loves me
Someone to watch over me
Soon
Strike up the band
Swanee
’S wonderful
Who cares? (so long as you care for me)

Gillock, William L.
Accent on rhythm and style: Piano solos in baroque, classic, romantic, modern style       LPM 153

“For the early intermediate grade.” More New Orleans jazz styles    LPM 398

“For piano students of intermediate level.”

New Orleans jazz styles    LPM 133
“For piano students of intermediate level.”

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Glover, David Carr
The half-filled cookie jar: A suite for piano    LPM 164

Dance of the dates
Dance of the gingerbread men
March of the chocolate cookies
Nut cookies
Waltz of the sugar cookies

Piano duets, level 2    LPM 538
“Correlated with The piano student, level 2, of the David Carr Glover piano library.”

vol. 1, primo; vol. 2, secondo
Clementine
Cielito lindo
Daisy
Hush mambo
Like-a-polka
Netherlands folk song
Three blind mice
When the saints go marching in

Piano repertoire, primer level    LPM 537

Piano repertoire, level 1    LPM 249

Piano repertoire, level 3    LPM 272

Piano student, level 4    LPM 480

Piano technic, level 1    LPM 250

Grieg, Edvard, 1843–1907
The first book for young pianists    LPM 593

Arietta, op. 12, no. 1
Cradle song, op. 66, no. 7
Elfin dance, op. 12, no. 4
Grandmother’s minuet, op. 68, no. 2
National song, op. 12, no. 8
Waltz, op. 12, no. 2
Watchman’s song, op. 12, no. 3

Peer Gynt suite no. 1, op. 46    LPM 154
Originally for orchestra; arranged for piano.

Songs from Norway: Ten compositions    LPM 32

Anitra’s dance (from Peer Gynt suite no. 1)
Concerto in A minor, first theme
Erotic
I love thee
In the hall of the mountain king (from Peer Gynt suite no. 1)
March of the dwarfs
Morning mood (from Peer Gynt suite no. 1)
Solvejg’s song, first theme
To spring
Wedding day at Troldhaugen

Guild repertoire: Elementary A    LPM 121
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains twenty-three compositions by the following composers: Bentley, Berkovich, Carter, Curcio, Gnessina, Kabalevsky, Keyes, Kremenliev, Rein, Rowley, Salutrinskaya, Scarmolin, Shepard, Sternklar, Watson, Wilson.

Guild repertoire: Elementary B    LPM 120
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains eighteen compositions by the following composers: Aglintsova, Alt, Bentley, Bostelmann, Buhler, Clementi, Cobb, Curcio, Goedicke, Heif, Kremenliev, Mozart, Phillip, Proctor, Scher, Schmitt, Shepard.

Guild repertoire: Elementary C    LPM 144
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains fourteen compositions by the following composers: Alt, Bartók, Clark, Frackenpohl, Goedicke, Gurlitt, Kabalevsky, Krentzlin, Lemont, McAllister, Montague, Munger, Rozanov, Schmitt.

Guild repertoire: Elementary D    LPM 143
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains fourteen compositions by the following composers: Alde, Beach, Berkovich, Coburn, Filas, Gurlitt,  Kabalevsky, Kremenliev, Liszt, Manevich, Michelet, Robinson, Salutrinskaya, Shostakovich.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate A     LPM 122
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains twenty-three compositions by the following composers: J.S. Bach, Bartók, Beethoven, Biehl, Blatny, Corelli, Handel, Kabalevsky, Kirchner, Liadov, Maykapar, L. Mozart, W.A. Mozart, Purcell, Rebikov, Salutrinskaya, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Türk.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate B     LPM 381
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains fourteen compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Ellmenreich, Haslinger, Heller, Kabalevsky, Krieger, Kuhlau, L. Mozart, Rebikov, Reinhold, Shostakovich, Türk.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate C     LPM 96
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains thirteen compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Clementi, Gorodinsky, Grieg, Heller, Merkle, Mozart, Rebikov, Tchaikovsky, Zaranek.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate D     LPM 145
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains twelve compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Stephen Clark, Dussek, Freed, Handel, Heller, Kuhlau, Kullack, Salmanov, Shostakovich, Wolfenzon.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate E     LPM 123
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains eleven compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Ferrari, Grieg, Haydn, Kabalevsky, MacDowell, Merikanto, L. Mozart, Schubert.

Guild repertoire: Intermediate F     LPM 124
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains twelve compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Krebs, Ladoukhine, Lund, MacDowell, Maykapar, Schubert, Schumann, Spindler.

Guild repertoire: Preparatory A    LPM 441
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains thirteen compositions by the following composers: J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Field, Gliere, Kabalevsky, Kuhlau, MacDowell, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Paradis, Sander, Schubert.

Guild repertoire: Preparatory B    LPM 221
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains fifteen compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Chopin, Haydn, Karganoff, Lasson, Loeillet, MacDowell, Pachulski, Palmgren, Scarlatti, Schubert, Tcherepnin.

Guild repertoire: Preparatory C    LPM 157
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains thirteen compositions by the following composers: Bach, Beach, Beethoven, Chopin, Dett, Handel, Liszt, Mozart, Prokofiev, Schumann.

Guild repertoire: Preparatory D    LPM 87
Selected and edited by Leo Podolsky. Contains eleven compositions by the following composers: Bach, Chopin, Handel, Hummel, MacDowell, Rutini, Schumann, Shostakovich, Voormolen.

Hanon, Charles Louis, 1820–1900
The virtuoso pianist, book 2, nos. 21–43    LPM 738

Harris, Roy, 1898–1979
American ballads    LPM 223
The bird
Black is the color of my true love’s hair
Cod liver ile Streets of LaredoWayfaring stranger

Haydn, Joseph, 1732–1809
Haydn-Schaum, book 1: Based on events and episodes of Haydn’s life    LPM 439
Includes arrangements by John W. Schaum of Haydn’s instrumental and vocal music.

At the court of Esterhazy (Romance in F)
Choir boy (Adagio)
Climbing the castle wall (German dance)
The clock symphony (Air from second movement)
The creation (three themes)
Croatian market town (La roxelane theme)
Drumming in the parade (Air from sonata)
Eighteenth-century dance (Quartet in F, op. 3, no. 5)
Emperor’s hymn (Austrian hymn)
Father of the symphony (Surprise symphony)
Gipsy rondo (Third movement of trio no. 1)
Haydn’s famous pupils (Minuet from Military symphony)
Journey to England (Chorale)
A monument for the living (Arietta)
My mother bids me bind my hair (song)
Oxen minuet (excerpt from trio)
A piece by Haydn’s brother (Chorale)
Porpora’s valet (Theme from sonata no. 11)
The seasons (spring, summer, autumn, and winter)
A song try-out (Dearest maiden list to me)
Tale of the pigtail (Minuetto giocoso)
Toy symphony
Wagon trip (Allegro in F)

Sonata in B-flat major for piano    LPM 731

Sonata in C major for piano    LPM 726

Hensel, Fanny Mendelssohn, 1805–1847
Songs for pianoforte, 1836–1837    LPM 722

Herbert, Victor, 1859–1924
Victor Herbert made easy for the piano, words and music, vol. 3    LPM 290

Every day is ladies’ day with me (The red mill)
I can’t do the sum (Babes in toyland)
Indian summer
Isle of our dreams (The red mill)
I want what I want when I want it (Mlle. Modiste)
’Neath the southern moon (Naughty Marietta)
Someday (Her regiment)
Streets of New York (The red mill)

Joplin, Scott, 1868–1917
Scott Joplin rags    LPM 739

vol. 1
Antoinette
Augustan club waltz
Bethena
Bink’s waltz
A breeze from Alabama
The cascades

vol. 2
The chrysanthemum
Cleopha
Combination march
Country club
The easy winners
Elite syncopations

vol. 3
The entertainer
Eugenia
Euphonic sounds
The favorite
Fig leaf rag
Gladiolus rag

vol. 4
Great crush collision
Harmony club waltz
Leola
Magnetic rag
Maple leaf rag
March majestic
The nonpareil

vol. 5
Original rags
Palm leaf rag
Paragon rag
Peacherine rag
Pineapple rag
Pleasant moments
The ragtime dance

vol. 6
Reflection rag
Rose leaf rag
Rosebud
School of ragtime
Scott Joplin’s new rag
Searchlight rag
Solace

vol. 7
Stoptime rag
The strenuous life
Sugar cane
Sun flower slow drag
The sycamore
Wall Street rag
Weeping willow

The joy of piano: Familiar melodies in easy arrangements     LPM 146
Arranged by Denes Agay. Contains twenty-seven compositions by the following composers: J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Bizet, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Delibes, Dvořák, Elgar, Foster, Grieg, Haydn, Herbert, Kabalevsky, Lehar, Leoncavallo, Lincke, MacDowell, Mozart, Nevin, Paganini, Puccini, Saint-Saens, Schubert, Strauss, Sullivan, Tchaikovsky.

Kabalevsky, Dmitry Borisovich, 1904–1987
Anson introduces Kabalevsky: Intermediate    LPM 382
Selected, edited, and fingered by George Anson.

Carefree
The chase
Cradle song
Dance
Dance on the lawn
Etude
In the gymnasium
A little joke
Novelette
Prelude
Toccatina
Variations

Variations, op. 40, no. 1, D major (Toccata) [and op. 40, no. 2, A minor]    LPM 54

Keyboard cavalcade of famous music    LPM 355
Arranged by Maxwell Eckstein. Contains compositions by the following composers: Bizet, Bond, Cowan, Debussy, Delibes, d’Hardelot, Dresser, Dukas, Englemann, German, Gounod, Grunfeld, Herbert, Hirsh, Lack, Leoncavallo, Mozart, Nevin, Offenbach, Prokofiev, Pryor, Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saëns, Scharwenka, Sibelius, Smetana, Smith, Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Toselli.

Kolinski, Mieczyslaw
First piano duets: Seven easy pieces for four hands    LPM 86

vol. 1: primo part; vol. 2: secondo part.
Arabian dance
Cinderella
Hush-a-bye
On the ferris wheel
On the hobby-horse
Once upon a time
Spanish dance

Konowitz, Bert
Jazz for piano, book 2    LPM 192

La Montaine, John
Copycats, op. 26: Canon in the 5-finger position for the young pianist    LPM 135

Lange, Gustav, 1830–1889
Flower song (Blumenlied), op. 39    LPM 41

Lemoine, Henry, 1786–1854
Etudes enfantines, op. 37    LPM 151
Contains fifty études “written especially for small hands.”

Let us have music, vol. 1     LPM 390
Arranged and edited by Maxwell Eckstein. Arrangements of patriotic, folk and popular songs; with lyrics; contains compositions by the following composers: Brahms, Dvořák, Liszt, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rubinstein, Schubert, Tchaikovsky.

Let us have music, vol. 2     LPM 442
Arranged and edited by Maxwell Eckstein.

Liszt, Franz, 1811–1886
Liebestraum (A dream of love): Nocturne no. 3 in A-flat    LPM 595

Little junior hymnbook, book 1    LPM 47
Arranged by Rachel Beatty Kahl.

Abide with me
Doxology
Faith of our fathers
For the beauty of the earth
Holy Bible, book divine
Holy, holy, holy!
Jesus loves me
Jesus shall reign
Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me
Joyful, joyful, we adore Thee
Lead on, o king eternal
Little children, come to Jesus
Lord, speak to me
O worship the king
Sleep, sleep, sleep!
Stand up, stand up for Jesus

Luboff, Norman, 1917–1987
Yellow bird    LPM 111

MacDowell, Edward, 1860–1908
Woodland sketches, op. 51    LPM 89

At an old trysting place
By a meadow brook
A deserted farm
From an Indian lodge
From Uncle Remus
In autumn
To a water lily
To a wild rose
Told at sunset
Will o’ the wisp

The melodies for piano: Themes and melodies from eighteen famous compositions     LPM 134
Arranged by Maxwell Eckstein. “Excerpts from orchestral works arranged and simplified.”

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809–1847
“Contemplation” from Songs without words    LPM 51 op. 30, no. 1

Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words)    LPM 383
Includes op. 19, op. 30, and op. 38

Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words), op. 53    LPM 543
Six pieces for children for piano, op. 72    LPM 727

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756–1791
Minuet, K. 2, F major    LPM 112

Short piano pieces    LPM 728

Sonata no. 1 in C major, K. 279    LPM 725

Sonata no. 4 in E-flat major for piano, K. 28    LPM 730

Sonata, K. 545, C major    LPM 131

Sonatas, K. 570, B-flat major    LPM 469

My favorite program album: Thirty-three selected piano solos    LPM 423
Revised and edited by Maxwell Eckstein. Contains thirty-three compositions by the following composers: Albeniz, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Granados, Grieg, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Monti, Moussorgsky, Mozart, Paderewski, Palmgren, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rubinstein, Scarlatti, Schumann, Sibelius, Sinding, Tchaikovsky.

My first Christmas book: Carols for [the] beginning pianist     LPM 119
Compiled and arranged by June Weybright.

Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella
Cradled he lies
Deck the halls
God rest you merry gentlemen
Good Christian men, rejoice
Good King Wenceslas
I saw three ships
It came upon the midnight clear
Jingle bells
O little town of Bethlehem
Silent night
We three kings
We wish you a merry Christmas

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Nevin, Mark
Piano for adults, book 1    LPM 207
“A complete course for the older beginner; chord and interval approach.”

Noona, Walter
An adventure in jazz, book 1, the beginning of jazz    LPM 307

Now and forever: Popular standards, book 1    LPM 351
Arranged by David Carr Glover.

As long as he needs me
Band of gold
Consider yourself
Fly me to the moon
Gonna build a mountain
My kind of girl
So long (it’s been good to know yuh)
Those were the days
Tom Dooley
The unicorn
Who can I turn to (when nobody needs me)
Yesterday, when I was young

Now and forever: Popular standards, book 2    LPM 540
Arranged by David Carr Glover.

As tears go by
A guy is a guy
I believe
I’d do anything
The lion sleeps tonight
Once in a lifetime
Oom-pah-pah
This land is your land
Turn! Turn! Turn! (To everything there is a season)
We shall overcome
What kind of fool am I?
A wonderful day like today

Pace, Robert
Music for piano, book 2    LPM 81

Skills and drills, companion book 3    LPM 497

Palmer, Willard A.
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 1    LPM 622

Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 2    LPM 623

Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 3    LPM 624

Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 4    LPM 625

Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 5    LPM 634

Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 6    LPM 635

Persichetti, Vincent, 1915–
Parades, op. 57    LPM 467

Poems for piano, vol. 2    LPM 596

Peter Nero plays Summer of ’42, Gershwin and others    LPM 399

Autumn
Bidin’ my time
Embraceable you
How can you mend a broken heart
I got rhythm
Love
The man I love
Never my love
Someone to watch over me
Theme from Summer of ’42

Piano literature of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, book 3        LPM 137
Edited by Louise Goss. Contains twenty compositions by the following composers: J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Clementi, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Tchaikovsky.

Piano literature of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, book 4, part A    LPM 137
Edited by Louise Goss. Contains fourteen compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, D. Scarlatti.

Piano music collection, nos. 1, 2, and 3    LPM 126
Contains twenty-four compositions by the following composers: Bach, Beethoven, Boccherini, Clementi, Grieg, Heller, Humperdinck, Kullak, Matteson, Mozart, Rameau, Schumann, S. Smith, Tchaikovsky, J. Thompson, Waldteufel.

Piano solo album: Originals and arrangements, album 1    LPM 274
Arranged by June Weybright. Contains compositions by Borodin, DeCurtis, Marks, Pestalozza, A. Rubinstein, J. Strauss, J.F. Wagner.

Piano solo album: Originals and arrangements, album 2    LPM 282
Arranged by June Weybright. Contains compositions by Bartók, Denza, Durand, Gounod, Gurlitt, Heller, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Weybright.

Popular and classical themes    LPM 340
For keyboard instrument; melodies with chord symbols.

Andante cantabile (Tchaikovsky)
Barcarolle (Offenbach)
Boogie woogie variations (Liberace)
Can can polka (Offenbach)
Come back to Sorrento
Country gardens
La donna e mobile (Verdi)
Fantasie impromptu (Chopin)
The godfather waltz (Rota)
The Liberace theme
Love theme from Romeo and Juliet (Rota)
Melody in F (Rubinstein)
Polonaise (Chopin)
Rhapsody by candlelight (Liberace)
Theme from The original boogie woogie (Rota)
Theme from New world symphony (Dvořák)

Purcell to Mozart: Fifty-one piano solos in their original form    LPM 564
Compiled and edited by George Walter Anthony.

Ravel, Maurice, 1875–1937
Pavane pour une infante defunte    LPM 604

Recital time U.S.A.: Nineteen piano solos by American composers    LPM 387
Contains compositions by the following composers: Carter, Cobb, Eckstein, Ellsworth, Ezell, King, Reiser, Robinson, Sher, Stevens, Taylor.

Religious favorites    LPM 614
Arranged by James W. Bastien. Bastien older beginner piano library.

Ring, Robert J.
The little Hanon    LPM 53

Rosas, Juventino, 1864–1894
Over the waves    LPM 443

Rowley, Alec, 1892–1958
Sketches: Little piano studies in the 5-finger group, grade 1B–2A    LPM 84

Sacred music, level 2     LPM 276
Arranged by Louise Garrow.

Battle hymn of the republic
Come, Thou almighty king
Come, ye thankful people
Faith of our fathers
He leadeth me
Jesus, lover of my soul
Jesus loves me
My faith looks up to Thee
Nearer, my God, to Thee
O worship the King
Rock of ages
Safely through another week
Savior, like a shepherd lead us
Softly and tenderly
Sun of my soul
Work for the night is coming

Satie, Erik, 1866–1925
Three gymnopedies for piano solo    LPM 531

Scales: Major and minor scales    LPM 46
“One octave scale fingerings for the twelve major and minor keys.”

Scarlatti, Domenico, 1685–1757
Selected sonatas    LPM 594
With preface and critical notes by Joseph Banowetz.

G major, K. 63 (L. 84)
D minor, K. 64 (L. 58)
F major, K. 78 (L. 75)
D major, K. 178 (L. 162)
A major, K. 208 (L. 238)
F major, K. 274 (L. 297)
F major, K. 275 (L. 328)
D major, K. 277 (L. 183)
A major, K. 322 (L. 483)
A major, K. 323 (L. 95)
C major, K. 330 (L. 55)
G major, K. 391 (L. 79)
B-flat major, K. 393 (L. 74)
G major, K. 431 (L. 83)
B-flat major, K. 440 (L. 97)
A major, K. 453
F minor, K. 481 (L. 187)

Schaum, John W. (John Walter), 1905–1988.
John W. Schaum piano course: B, the blue book    LPM 73

John W. Schaum piano course: C, the purple book    LPM 67

John W. Schaum piano course: D, the orange book    LPM 68

John W. Schaum piano course: E, the violet book    LPM 70

John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: The boogie book    LPM 275

John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: Cowboy book    LPM 69

Big rock candy mountain
Blue-tail fly
Cowboy’s dream
Eatin’ goober peas
Eyes of Texas
Frog went a-courtin’
Good-bye, Old Paint
Home on the range
Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie
Old Chisholm Trail
Pecos Bill
Red River Valley
Rosalie, the prairie flower
She’ll be comin’ round the mountain
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Wait for the wagon

John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: Folk songs    LPM 74

Down in the valley
Funiculi funicula
Greensleeves
Happy bird day
Herr Schmidt
I’ve been working on the railroad
Lavender’s blue
The Lincolnshire hunter
Listen to the mockingbird
My heart’s in the highlands
My wild Irish rose
On the banks of the Wabash, far away
On top of Old Smokey
Where has my little dog gone?
The year of jubilo

Scher, William
Playlets for young pianists    LPM 104

Schirmer’s select piano music for advanced grades     LPM 34
Compiled by Howard Kasschau. Contains twelve compositions by the following composers: Albeniz, A.L. Brown, Friml, Godowsky, Granados, Grieg, Griffes, Guion, LaForge, Levitzki, Upcraft.

Schirmer’s select piano pieces for intermediate grades     LPM 386
Compiled by Howard Kasschau. Contains twenty-three compositions by the following composers: Aaron, Adler, DeCola, Eckstein, Endres, Friml, M.S. Holst, Levitzki, Lively, MacLachlan, McDougle, Mildenberg, Mowrey, Munn, Rasbach (arr.), J.H. Rogers, Rolseth, Wright.

Schubert, Franz, 1797–1828
Ave Maria    LPM 717

The easiest original pieces    LPM 565
Selected and edited by Alec Rowley.

Four impromptus for piano, op. 90    LPM 732

Four impromptus for piano, op. 142    LPM 723

La serenade    LPM 713

Schumann, Robert, 1810–1856
Album for the young, op. 68    LPM 49

Kinderszenen (scenes from childhood), op. 15    LPM 729

Soldier’s march    LPM 64
No. 2 from Album for the young

Waldszenen (forest scenes), op. 82    LPM 721

Seventeen Irish songs    LPM 356
Arranged by J. Michael Diack.

Aileen Aroon
Believe me, if all
Cockles and mussels
Father O’Flynn
The flight of the earls
The gentle maiden
The girl I left behind me
The harp that once
The last rose of summer
Let Erin remember
Londonderry air
Love’s young dream
The minstrel boy
The rakes of mallow
Shoheen
The snowy-breasted pearl
The wearing of the green

Shaw, Stella
One-hand piano method for beginners    LPM 220
“Stressing the independent development of either the right or the left hand.”

Shores, Richard
Swingin’ technic: For the development of current popular piano technic    LPM 66

Singing keys, book 1    LPM 114

Singing keys, book 3     LPM 115

Singing keys, book 4     LPM 116

Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, advancing elementary, book 2    LPM 271
Compiled and edited by William L. Gillock. Contains eighteen compositions by the following composers: Bartók, Dandrieu, Gretchaninoff, Gurlitt, Kabalevsky, Le Couppey, Reinhold, Rodgers, Russell, Salutrinskaya, Tchaikovsky, Telemann, Thompson.

Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, early elementary, book 1     LPM 105
Compiled and edited by William L. Gillock. Contains twenty-five compositions by the following composers: Bartók, Czerny, Diabelli, Fossey, Glover, Hofsted, Horak, Joyner, Kabalevsky, Moneymaker, Ogle, A. Robinson, W.E. Robinson, Turk, Weybright.

Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, early elementary, book 2     LPM 536
Compiled and edited by William L. Gillock.

Stecher, Melvin
Rock with jazz, book 1    LPM 288

Strauss, Johann, 1825–1899
An album of waltzes, album 1    LPM 584

vol. 1
An der schönen blauen Donau (Blue Danube), op. 314
Frühlingstimmen (Voice of spring), op. 410
Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor waltz), op. 437

vol. 2
Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald (Tales from the Vienna woods), op. 325
Schatz, Walzer aus der Operette Der Zigeuner-Baron (Waltz from The gypsy baron), op. 418
Wein, Weib, und Gesang (Wine, woman, and song), op. 333.
An album of waltzes, album 2        LPM 615

Tcherepnin, Alexander, 1899–1977
Bagatelles, op. 5    LPM 108

Teachers’ choice: Piano pieces selected by popular vote in three progressive books, books 1 and 3    LPM 117
Book 1 contains fifteen compositions by the following composers: J.S. Bach, Dittenhaver, Fredrich, Frost, Hatrak, J.G. Jones, K. Lewis, Mokrejs, Perrin, O.N. Russell, Scher.

Book 3 contains ten compositions by the following composers: C.P.E. Bach, Beethoven, Field, MacDowell, Mendelssohn, Merkel, Miller, Perrin, Robyn.

The third assembled book of pieces we like to play    LPM 99
Selected and edited by Gail Martin Haake. Contains twelve compositions by the following composers: M. Adair, E. Braathe, L. Cotta, M. Eckstein, C.W. Lemont, R. Miles, F. Price, I. Rodger, C. Rubey, B.M. Scott.

Thompson, John, 1889–1963
John Thompson’s adult preparatory piano book    LPM 152

John Thompson’s modern course for the piano: First grade book    LPM 94

John Thompson’s modern course for the piano: Third grade book    LPM 80

Travelogues of melody: Thirteen melodies from thirteen countries for piano in the early grades     LPM 42
Arranged by William Scher.

Aloha oe
Alouette
The caissons go rolling along
Chiapanecas
Dance of peace
Folk song
Heili-heilo
Hungarian dance no. 4
The Irish washerwoman
Juanita
Mazurka
O sole mio (My sunshine)
Vienna life

Tune time, part B     LPM 139
Selected and correlated by Frances Clark, edited by Louise Goss.

Kleine Präludien, BWV 927 in F major (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Prière du matin (the morning prayer) from Album pour enfants (Tchaikovsky)

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Percussion

Kreisler, Fritz, 1875–1962
Liebesfreud (Love’s joy)    LPM 364
Arranged for xylophone solo; originally for violin and piano.

Marching bells: Bell (marimba) solo    LPM 360  
Arranged by Frank Erickson.

Prentice, Harold F.
Animal Andy, drum    LPM 335

Clown foolery: Happy Sam and Clarabelle, drum    LPM 336

Yoder, Paul, 1908–1990
Rubank elementary method: Drums    LPM 79
“Principally for snare drum; some studies for bass drum, cymbals, triangle, tom-tom, castanets, tambourine, and wood block.”

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Strings

Strings for Noel    LPM 78
Arranged by Robert Dupre.
“For one to four unspecified string instruments.”

Angels we have heard on high
Auld lang syne
Away in a manger
Beautiful savior
Christmas is coming
Coventry carol
Deck the halls
God rest you merry gentlemen
The holly and the ivy
O come, o come, Emmanuel
O little town of Bethlehem
Pat-a-pan
The simple birth
Up on the house top
We three kings of orient are
We wish you a merry Christmas

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Double Bass

Marcello, Benedetto, 1686–1739
Sonata in F major    LPM 365

Müller, J. Frederick, and Rusch, Harold W.
String method for class or individual instruction    LPM 36

Russell, Armand, 1932–
Chaconne    LPM 333

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Guitar

Bay, Melbourne Earl, 1913–
The Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 1    LPM 24

The Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 2    LPM 258

The Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 3    LPM 231

D’Auberge, Alfred, 1901–
Alfred’s basic guitar method, book 2    LPM 128

Griggs, John
The guitar student, level 1    LPM 289

Lee, Ronny
Classic guitar method, [vol. 1]    LPM 295

The Mel Bay folio of graded guitar solos    LPM 88

vol. 1
Adeste fideles
America
America, the beautiful
American patrol
Andantino (Lemare)
The band played on
Bublitchki
Camptown races
Come back to Sorrento
Cuckoo waltz
Daisey Bell
Danube wave
Dixie
Dolores
Excerpt from Tres-jolie
The fir tree
Für Elise
Goin’ home
Gold and silver
Grandfather’s clock
Greensleeves
Home sweet home
I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls
Martha
My wild Irish rose
Over the waves
Prayer from Finlandia
Red River Valley
The secret
Seeing Nellie home
The sidewalks of New York
Silent night
The Spanish cavalier
The star-spangled banner
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Tambourin
Theme from concerto no. 1 (Tchaikovsky)
Theme from Loves greeting
There is a tavern in the town
Valse lente
vol. 2
Badinage
The glow worm
Gypsy love song
I love you truly
Just awearyin’ for you
La paloma
Maple leaf rag
Melody of love
Mighty lak’ a rose
Narcissus
Spinning song
To a wild rose
Valse
You tell me your dream

Walt Disney’s songland     LPM 353
Arranged by Leon Block. Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

The dwarf’s yodel song
Give me a little whistle
Heigh ho
I’m wishing
Mickey Mouse’s birthday party
One song
Some day my prince will come
When I see an elephant fly
When you wish upon a star
Whistle while you work
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf
With a smile and a song

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Harp

Medieval to modern: Repertoire for the Lyon-Healy troubadour harp    LPM 181
Collected and edited by Samuel Milligan.

Air varié (G.F. Handel)
Andiam, mio tesoro
Choral (Robert Schumann)
Dodon’s sleep (N. Rimsky-Korsakov)
Lai et Rotrouenge
Little prelude in F major (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Minuet (Jean J. Rousseau)
La paloma (Sebastién Yradier)

Milligan, Samuel
Fun from the first with the Lyon-Healy troubadour harp    LPM 62

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Viola

Applebaum, Samuel, 1904–
String builder: Belwin course for strings, book 1    LPM 109

Beautiful heaven from Thirty-four viola pieces    LPM 337

Herfurth, C. Paul (Clarence Paul), 1893–1988
A tune a day for viola    LPM 691

Walsh, Mary E.
Black hawk waltz    LPM 309

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Violin

Applebaum, Samuel, 1904–
The Belwin string builder, book 1    LPM 148

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685–1750
Siciliano    LPM 281
BWV 1031, E-flat major. For flute or violin and harpsichord; library has flute (violin) part only.

Six sonatas for violin solo, nos. 5 and 6; vol. 3    LPM 468

Includes Sonata III, in C major, and Partita III, in E major.

Sonata for solo violin, BWV 1001, G minor; partita for solo violin, BWV 1002, B minor    LPM 541

Sonata for solo violin, BWV 1003, A minor    LPM 542

Bacich, Anthony P., 1915–
Tone poems for strings    LPM 219

At the brook
A concert piece
Cossack dance
Dance Espagnole
Dance of the goblins
Falling leaves
The fisherman’s return
Gondolas gliding
A gypsy reverie
In old Ceylon
Life’s moments
Log cabin blues
Pirate ships
Saint Patrick’s day
The singing bow
Summer frolic
Two songs without words
Valsette
Voices in the night
Witches promenade

Bartók, Béla, 1881–1945
Violin concerto no. 2    LPM 208
Reduction for violin and piano by the composer; library has violin part only.

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770–1827
Sonata, op. 12, no. 3, for violin and piano    LPM 33
Violin part only.

Brahms, Johannes, 1833–1897
Violin sonata, op. 78    LPM 85
Violin part only.

Handel, George Frideric, 1685–1759
Six sonatas for violin and piano    LPM 303
Violin part only.

Op. 1
no. 3, A major
no. 10, G minor
no. 12, F major
no. 13, D major
no. 14, A major
no. 15, E major (only the Adagio and Allegro; lacks the final Largo and Allegro)

Herfurth, C. Paul (Clarence Paul), 1893–1988
A tune a day, book 1, elementary    LPM 259

Hofmann, Richard, 1844–1918
First studies for the violin, op. 25: In the first position, book 3, the more advanced student     LPM 8
Contains nos. 57–74.

Miniature masterpieces for violin and piano (first position)    LPM 472
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756–1791
Serenade        LPM 331

K. 331, A major. Andante grazioso. Arranged for the violin; originally for piano; unacc. melody only.

Müller, J. Frederick
Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 1, lessons 1–30    LPM 687

Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 2, lessons 31–60    LPM 737

Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 4, advanced lessons    LPM 689

Papini, Guido
Theme and variations    LPM 388
Transcribed for violin and piano by Samuel Applebaum. Library has violin part only.

Violoncello

Müller, J. Frederick
Müller-Rusch string method: Cello, book 1, lessons 1–30    LPM 703

Ward, Sylvan D.
Rubank intermediate method for cello    LPM 539

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Voice

Collections and Songs

All-time requests        LPM 403
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Ballad of easy rider
Blueberry Hill
Button up your overcoat
C’est magnifique
Darling, je vous aime beaucoup
D-I-V-O-R-C-E
Galway Bay
Gimme a little kiss
Heartaches
I don’t know why
I’ll get by
I talk to the trees
A little bitty tear
Look to the rainbow
The old piano roll blues
Pigalle
Thoroughly modern Millie
Wedding bell blues
What kind of fool am I?
Yakety sax
You can’t be true dear

American favorite ballads        LPM 30
Arranged by Pete Seeger. Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Alabama bound
Aunt Rhody
Blow the man down
Blue-tail fly
Buffalo gals
Camptown races
Careless love
Cielito lindo
Clementine
Come all you fair and tender ladies
Down in the valley
Fillimeeooreay
Four nights drunk
Hammer song
Hold the fort
Home on the range
House of the rising sun
I never will marry
I ride an old paint
Irene goodnight
Jesse James
Joe Bowers
Joshua fought the battle of Jericho
Little girl
My horses ain’t hungry
Oh! Susanna
Old Dan Tucker
Old Joe Clark
Passing through
Que bonita bandera
Shenandoah
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
Stagolee
Strangest dream
Streets of Laredo
Study war no more
Swing low, sweet chariot
This land is your land
Wayfaring stranger
We shall not be moved
When I first came to this land
Young man who wouldn’t hoe corn

Around the world in waltz time        LPM 379
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Ach! du lieber Augustin
After the ball
Around the world
The band played on
A bicycle built for two
Blow the man down
Carnival of Venice
Come Saturday morning
In a little Spanish town
In the shade of the old apple tree
Meet me in St. Louis
My desire
My sweetheart’s the man in the moon
Sidewalks of New York
Tomorrow belongs to me
Vaya con dios
When Johnny comes marching home

The art song: Medium voice        LPM 7
Compiled and edited by Alice Howland and Poldi Zeitlin. Includes English translations of songs in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

vol. 1
Air de philis (Lully)
Auf Flügeln des Gesanges (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)
Aus meinen grossen Schmerzen (Franz)
Bist du bei mir (Bach, J.S.)
Caro mio ben (Giordani)
Con amores, la mi madre (Anchieta)
Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong (Johnson)
Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur (Beethoven)
Flora gave me fairest flowers (Wilbye)
Frühlingsglaube (Schubert)
Frühlingstraum (Schubert)
Der Gärtner (Wolf)
Ich grolle nicht (Schumann)
Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer (Brahms)
Intermezzo (Schumann)
Mädchenlied (Brahms)
Man is for the woman made (Purcell)
Mein Mädel hat einen Rosenmund (Brahms)
Morgengruss (Schubert)
My days have been so wond’rous free (Hopkinson)
Nina (Pergolesi)
O cessate di piagarmi (Scarlatti)
O Jesulein suss, o Jesulein mild (Tabulatura Nova)
A pastoral song (Haydn)
Sehnsucht nach dem Frühling (Mozart)
Die Soldatenbraut (Schumann)
Sonntag (Brahms)
Suleika (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)
Vergin, tutto amor (Durante)
Das verlassene Mägdlein (Wolf)
Der Wegweiser (Schubert)

vol. 2
L’Absence (Berlioz)
Après un rêve (Fauré)
Auf ein altes Bild (Wolf)
Beau soir (Debussy)
Biblical song (Dvořák)
Bonjour, Suzon! (Delibes)
Cradle song (Gretchaninov)
El tra la la y el punteado (Granados)
Evening (Ives)
Evening prayer (Moussorgsky)
Extase (Duparc)
L’Heureux vagabond (Bruneau)
In the midst of the ball (Tchaikovsky)
Liebst du um Schönheit (Mahler)
Mandoline (Debussy)
Menie (MacDowell)
Nebbie (Respighi)
Nun wandre, Maria (Wolf)
Ouvre ton coeur (Bizet)
Silver moonbeams (Bartók)
Le temps des lilas (Chausson)
With a primrose (Grieg)
Zueignung (Strauss)

Bernstein, Leonard, 1918–1990
Vocal selections from West side story        LPM 29   
Voice part only.

America
Cool
I feel pretty
Maria
One hand, one heart
Something’s coming
Somewhere
Tonight

Blues, boogie, and jazz        LPM 341
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

The beatle boogie
Blue cat
Down by the riverside
Grand hotel jazz march
The house of the rising sun
Love is blue (L’amour est bleu)
The midnight sun will never set
The preacher
Sentimental journey
Take five

Celebrated favorites        LPM 411
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Ain’t misbehavin’
Dinah
Does your heart beat for me
For me and my gal
Hey, Mr. Banjo
I can’t give you anything but love
I surrender, dear
I’ve got the whole world on a string
Jealous
Let a smile be your umbrella
Ma (He’s making eyes at me)
Mademoiselle de Paree
Margie
Mary Lou
Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody
The sheik of Araby
Star dust
Sweet Lorraine
That’s my desire
When you’re smiling
Who’s sorry now

Charles, Ernest, 1895–1984
Clouds: A song for voice and piano        LPM 9   
For low voice; voice part only.

Christmas songs        LPM 330
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.
Adeste fideles (O come all ye faithful)
Away in a manger
Come thou almighty king
Deck the halls
I’ll be home for Christmas
Jingle bells
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Joy to the world
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
Let there be peace on earth
O Christmas tree
O little town of Bethlehem
Silent night
Silver bells
Up on the house top
We three kings of Orient are
We wish you a merry Christmas
What child is this?
While shepherds watched their flocks by night

Christmas time        LPM 402
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Angels from the realms of glory
Angels we have heard on high
Away in a manger
Deck the halls
The first Noel
The friendly beasts
God rest ye, merry gentlemen
Good Christian men rejoice
Good King Wenceslas
Hark! The herald angels sing
It came upon the midnight clear
Jingle bells
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Joy to the world
O Christmas tree
O come all ye faithful
O come little children
Silent night
Up on the housetop
What child is this?

Collection of vocal songs        LPM 35
Five early Italian songs: Caro mio ben (Giordani)
Lasciatemi morire (Monteverdi)
Nel cor píu (Paisiello)
Se tu mami, se sospiro (Pergolesi)
Tu lo sai (Torelli)
Heidenröslein (Franz Schubert)
Ich liebe dich (Edvard Grieg)
Think on me (Scott)
Voi che sapete (Mozart)

Country pickin’s        LPM 410
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Abilene
Deep in the heart of Texas
Engine, engine number nine
Hello walls
I can’t stop loving you
I’ll never slip around again
I’m a fool to care
I’m so lonesome I could cry
It wasn’t God who made honky tonk angels
It’s all over but the crying
Kansas City star
Mockin’ Bird Hill
My adobe hacienda
My elusive dreams
Night train to Memphis
Nobody’s child
Oh, lonesome me
There goes my everything
Wabash cannon ball
Walking in the sunshine
Worried man blues

Danceable favorites        LPM 408
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Anema e core
Comme ci, comme ça
Domino
Downtown
I know a place
I want to be wanted
I wish you love
I’ll never smile again
If you love me, really love me
It’s not unusual
Jim
Let it be me
My love
Our day will come
Quiet nights of quiet stars
Strangers in the night
Summertime in Venice
A Sunday kind of love
Tammy
Teach me tonight
Till then

Denver, John
The music of John Denver        LPM 354
For voice and piano; chord symbols included.

Annie’s song
The eagle and the hawk
Farewell to Andromeda (Welcome to my morning)
Follow me
For baby
Goodbye again
I’d rather be a cowboy (Lady’s chains)
Leavin’ on a jet plane
My sweet lady
Poems, prayers, and promises
Rhymes and reasons
Rocky Mountain high
Starwood in Aspen
Sunshine on my shoulders
Take me home, country roads
Take me tomorrow
Whiskey basin blues
Zackary and Jennifer

Disney spotlights        LPM 409
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.
The ballad of Davy Crockett
The bare necessities
Chim chim cher-ee
The elegant Captain Hook
Feed the birds
Following the leader
I wonder
Jolly holiday
My own home
Never smile at a crocodile
Once upon a dream
Peter Pan
The second star to the right
Sing a smiling song
Skumps
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
You can fly! You can fly! You can fly!

Evangelical Covenant Church of America
The Covenant hymnal        LPM 488

Favorite Christmas carols        LPM 656
Selected and arranged by Charles J.F. Cofone. Voice with piano accompaniment and guitar chords.

vol. 1
Christmas is coming
The Coventry carol
Deck the halls
The first Nowell
Go, tell it on the mountain
God rest ye merry, gentlemen
Hark! The herald angels sing
The holly and the ivy
I heard the bells on Christmas day
It came upon a midnight clear
Joy to the world
O come, all ye faithful
O holy night
Patapan
The twelve days of Christmas
We three kings of Orient are
We wish you a merry Christmas

vol. 2
Angels, from the realms of glory
Angels we have heard on high
Away in a manger
The boar’s head carol
The Gloucestershire wassail
Good Christian men, rejoice
Good King Wenceslas
Here we come a-wassailing
I saw three ships
Jingle bells
Masters in this hall
O Christmas tree
O come, o come Emmanuel
O little town of Bethlehem
Once in royal David’s city
Silent night
What child is this?

vol. 3
Piano accompaniment

Favorite hymns        LPM 56
For voice and piano; four-part harmonization.
Fairest Lord Jesus
God be with you
Have Thine way, Lord
My faith looks up to Thee
O happy day! That fixed my choice
Stand up! Stand up! For Jesus
Sweet hour of prayer

Favorite hymns        LPM 346
Melodies with chord symbols.
Abide with me
Abiding love
Amazing grace
Beyond the sunset
The church in the wildwood
The church’s one foundation
Faith of our fathers
God of our Father, whose almighty hand
The house of prayer
I need Thee every hour
In the garden
Jesus, lover of my soul
Just as I am
Lead, kindly light
A mighty fortress is our God
My faith looks up to Thee
Ode to joy
The old rugged cross
Rock of ages
Softly now the light of day
Standing in the need of prayer
There is a happy land
Whispering hope

“Feelings” and other popular standards        LPM 367
Melodies with chord symbols.

Alfie
Blueberry Hill
Cherry pink and apple blossom white
Darling, je vous aime beaucoup
Feelings
Flamingo
Harbor lights
I left my heart in San Francisco
I write the songs
Mandy
Midnight blue
The third man theme
Till
What a wonderful world

Fifty-two sacred songs you like to sing        LPM 597
For medium voice and piano. Words in English, French, German, and Latin.

vol. 1
Agnus Dei
And God shall wipe away all tears
Arise, O Lord
Arm, arm, ye brave
Art Thou the Christ?

vol. 2
Ave Maria
Because of Thy great bounty
Be near me still!

vol. 3
Calvary
Cantique de Noel
Christ be with you
Come to me
Communion hymn

vol. 4
Crossing the bar
Crucifix
Evening and morning
Eye hath not seen
God shall wipe away all tears
He shall feed His flock

vol. 5
He that keepeth Israel
Hold Thou my hand
Honor and arms
Hosanna!
If with all your hearts

vol. 6
I heard the voice of Jesus say
I know that my redeemer liveth
I’m a pilgrim
It is enough
Jerusalem! Thou that killest the prophets

vol. 7
Lead, kindly light
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord’s prayer
My heart ever faithful
My hope is in the everlasting

vol. 8
My soul is athirst for God
O, divine redeemer!
O Lord, be merciful

vol. 9
O Lord on high
One sweetly solemn thought
O rest in the Lord
O savior, hear me!
Out of the deep have I called unto Thee
The palms

vol. 10
Ring out, wild bells
Suffer the little children
Thanks
There is a green hill far away
These are they which come

vol. 11
Trusting in Thee
The voice that breathed o’er Eden
When Jesus walked in Galilee
The worship of God in nature

Fireside singalong        LPM 413
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.
Alouette
Auld lang syne
Beautiful dreamer
Bicycle built for two
Blue-tail fly
Clementine
Down in the valley
For he’s a jolly good fellow
Good night ladies
Hail, hail the gang’s all here
Home sweet home
I love you truly
I’ll take you home again, Kathleen
I’ve been working on the railroad
In the evening by the moonlight
Jeanie with the light brown hair
Just a song at twilight
Little brown jug
Man on the flying trapeze
My Bonnie
Red River Valley
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
There is a tavern in the town
While strolling through the park

Folk world        LPM 412
Melodies, principally with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Believe me if all those endearing young charms
Bluebells of Scotland
Carry me back to old Virginny
Cielito lindo
Cockles and mussels
Come to the sea (Vieni sul mar!)
Dark eyes
Du, du liegst mir im Herzen
Emperor waltz
Frère Jacques
Havah nagilah
Hopak
In the gloaming
John Peel
Juanita
My old Kentucky home
O sole mio
Santa Lucia
Wait for the wagon
Wearing of the green

Gates, David, 1940–
Clouds        LPM 52
For high voice and piano.

Gershwin, George, 1898–1937
George Gershwin        LPM 326
Selections from musical comedies. Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

A foggy day
For you, for me, for evermore
I got plenty o’ nuttin’
It ain’t necessarily so
Let’s call the whole thing off
Love is here to stay
Nice work if you can get it
Shall we dance
Summertime
They all laughed
They can’t take that away from me

Giant hits        LPM 407
Melodies with chord symbols.
And I love her
Can’t buy me love
Cheaper to keep her
Day tripper
Eleanor Rigby
The fool on the hill
Get back
A hard day’s night
Hey Jude
If you’re ready (come go with me)
I’ll follow the sun
Let it be
Michelle
Norwegian wood
Nowhere man
Ramblin’ rose
They just can’t stop it (the games people play)
Those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer
Touch a hand, make a friend
We can work it out
Yesterday

The golden hymn-book: Selected all-time favorites to make the heart sing        LPM 160 
Compiled by R.W. Stringfield. For four voices (SATB).

Golden oldies        LPM 338
Melodies with chord symbols.
The bells of St. Mary’s
Forty-five minutes from Broadway
Heart of my heart
Hinky dinky parlay voo
I’ll take you home again, Kathleen
In my merry Oldsmobile
In the good old summertime
Laugh! Clown! Laugh!
Louise
Makin’ whoopee
Mary’s a grand old name
My mammy
On the banks of the Wabash
Roses of Picardy
The sweetheart of Sigma Chi
That’s amore
There’s a small hotel

Happy birthday America        LPM 415
Melodies, principally with lyrics; chord symbols included.

America
America the beautiful
American patrol
The battle cry of freedom
Battle hymn of the republic
Caissons song
Dixie
God bless America
Home on the range
Marine’s hymn
Star-spangled banner
Stars and stripes forever
This is a great country
This is my country
This land is your land
Washington Post march
When Johnny comes marching home
Yankee doodle dandy
Yellow rose of Texas
You’re a grand old flag

Handel, G. F. (George Frideric)
The Messiah: an oratorio.
For four-part chorus of mixed voices.
Soprano chorus parts        LPM 753
Alto chorus parts        LPM 754
Tenor chorus parts        LPM 755
Bass chorus parts        LPM 756

Hawaiian songs        LPM 405
Melodies with chord symbols.
Aloha nui kuu ipo
Aloha oe
The breeze and I
Harbor lights
The Hawaiian love call (E maliu mai)
The Hawaiian wedding song
I’ll see you in Hawaii
There goes Kealoha
Lovely hula girl
The moon of Manakoora
My island paradise
Now is the hour
One more aloha
Our love and aloha (When the Lurline sails away)
Pearly shells (Pupu o ewa)
Quiet village
Sea breeze
Sleepy lagoon
Song of the islands
Tiny bubbles
You’ll never go home

Hits of the forties        LPM 378
Melodies with chord symbols.
Cinderella
Dolores
The honey song
I wish I didn’t love you so
It’s been a long, long time
(I got spurs) Jingle jangle jingle
My shining hour
Ole buttermilk sky
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!
Stella by starlight
Tenderly
There will never be another you
(There’ll be blue birds over) The white cliffs of Dover
You call everybody darling

Informal get-together songs, vol. 1        LPM 82  
Edited by Ellen Jane Lorenz. Melodies with two- and three-part harmonizations.

Alouette
America
America the beautiful
Animal fair
Annie Laurie
Around the corner
Auld lang syne
Barnyard song
Battle hymn of the republic
Beautiful dreamer
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms
Blest be the tie
Blow the man down
Blue bells of Scotland
Combinable songs
Come, Thou almighty king
Comin’ thro’ the rye
Cradle song (Brahms)
Darling Nellie Gray
Dear Lord and father of mankind
Deep river
Dixie
Doxology
Fairest Lord Jesus
Faith of our fathers
Go down Moses
Grandfather’s clock
Hark! The vesper hymn
Heab’n, heab’n
Holy, holy, holy
I would be true
Jacob’s ladder
Johnny Schmoker
Lame tame crane
Limericks
Little brown church
Loch Lomand
Man on the flying trapeze
Mary had a william goat
Merrily, merrily
My task
Noah’s ark
Nobody knows
O God, our help in ages past
Oh, bring the wagon home, boys
Oh, dear, what can the matter be
Oh, Mistress Shady
Oh, worship the king
The old ark’s a moverin’
The olden songs
Old MacDonald had a farm
O master, let me walk with thee
Onward Christian soldiers
The orchestra
Parodies
Peanut song
Poor wayfaring stranger
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Serenade
Song of peace
Standing in the need of prayer
Stars of the summer night
Star-spangled banner
Steal away
Sundown
Sweet and low
Sweetly sings the donkey
Sweetly sings the skeeter
Swing low, sweet chariot
There’s music in the air
Three blind mice
Three fishermen
Threw it out the window
Today is Monday
Westminster chimes
What did Delaware
When Johnny comes marching home
Where cross the crowded ways
Yon Yonson

Informal get-together songs, selections        LPM 59
Edited by Ellen Jane Lorenz.

Abide with me
America the beautiful
Billy boy
Daisy Bell
Dear Lord and father of mankind
For the beauty of the earth
Good night ladies
Jacob’s ladder
Jingle bells
On top of Old Smoky
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
Silent night
Skip to my Lou
There’s music in the air

Inspirational songs        LPM 342
Melodies with chord symbols.
The Exodus song
Father in heaven
Great is Thy faithfulness
His arms are open to everyone
His love
Hosanna
The Lord is my shepherd
Now thank we all our God
Saviour, like a shepherd lead us
The Ten Commandments
That wonderful someone
There’s someone to help you
When I made my decision
Wonderful words of life
The world is waiting for the sunrise

John Charles Thomas album of favorite songs and arias        LPM 97
Three vocal selections for medium voice with piano accompaniment.

Home on the range (Guion, arranged)
The Lord’s prayer (Malotte)
To the evening star (Tannhäuser) (Wagner)

Johnson, J. Rosamond (John Rosamond), 1873–1954
Lift ev’ry voice and sing: Official song of the N.A.A.C.P.        LPM 636
For voice and piano.

Lee, Lester, 1905–1956
Pennsylvania polka        LPM 44
For medium voice and piano; chord symbols included.

Let me entertain you        LPM 375
Melodies with chord symbols.
Almost like being in love
Feelin’ that glow
For he’s a jolly good fellow
Happy music
Hindustan
I am woman
It’s a big wide wonderful world
Just you and I
Let me entertain you
Mister sandman
Mornin’ beautiful
Say, has anybody seen my sweet Gypsy Rose
Sing a song
Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é!
Walking in rhythm

Let’s all sing        LPM 149
Magnus 12–16 chord organ music book. Melodies with lyrics; includes chord symbols.

After the ball
A hot time in the old town tonight
Careless love
Casey Jones
Frankie and Johnny
Heart of my heart
Hinky dinkey
Just a song at twilight
Little Annie Rooney
My wild Irish rose
On the banks of the Wabash
Sleep, Kentucky babe
The sidewalks of New York
When good fellows get together
Who threw the overalls in Mrs. Murphy’s chowder
You tell me your dream

Let’s go caroling!        LPM 118
Words and melody with alto harmonization.

Angels from the realms of glory
Angels we have heard on high
Away in a manger
Christmas is coming
Deck the halls
The first Nowell
God rest ye merry gentlemen
Hark! The herald angels sing
It came upon the midnight clear
Jingle bells
Joy to the world!
Keep Christ in Christmas
O Christmas tree
O come, all ye faithful
O little town of Bethlehem
Silent night
The twelve days of Christmas
Unto us a child is born
Up on the house-top
We three kings of Orient are
We wish you a merry Christmas
While shepherds watched their flocks

Love and blues songs        LPM 377
Melodies with chord symbols.

After you’ve gone
Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home?
(They long to be) Close to you
Frankie and Johnny
I don’t want to set the world on fire
I love you truly
I’m alone because I love you
Love is blue
Never on Sunday
Oh, promise me
Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head
Speak softly love (love theme from The godfather)
Stormy weather
This guy’s in love with you
Tie a yellow ribbon ’round the ole oak tree

Malotte, Albert Hay, 1895–1964
The Lord’s prayer, medium high, in D-flat        LPM 530
For medium voice with organ.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809–1847
But the Lord is mindful of His own        LPM 12  
Recitative and arioso from St. Paul. Alto; library has vocal part only; English words.

Operatic anthology: Celebrated arias by old and modern composers, vol. 4, baritone        LPM 470
Compiled by Kurt Adler.

Blick’ ich umher (Wolfram’s address) (Wagner)
O du mein holder Abendstern (romance) (Wagner)
Pari siamo (recitative) (Verdi)

Our singing nation        LPM 493
Compiled by Ruth Heller.

Popular sacred songs        LPM 347
Melodies with chord symbols.

The Bible tells me so
He’s only a prayer away
His eye is on the sparrow
I asked the Lord
I found the answer
Just for today
(Put your heart in the Bible) Keep the Bible in your heart
The Lord bless you and keep you
A miracle happened to me (It could happen to you)
Praise to the Lord
The prayer perfect
Somebody bigger than you and I
Sweet hour of prayer
Walk hand in hand
What a friend we have in Jesus
With God’s hand in mine

Popular show tunes        LPM 344
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Bewitched
Button up your overcoat
Freedom
Gigi
How high the moon
I could have danced all night
If I ruled the world
It ain’t necessarily so
Mame
Married (Heiraten)
Matchmaker, matchmaker
Real live girl
Sunrise, sunset
There’s a small hotel
Try to remember

Popular waltz favorites        LPM 376
Melodies with chord symbols.

Barcarolle
Beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful dreamer
Beautiful isle of somewhere
Bird in a gilded cage
Champagne waltz
Cielito lindo
Cruising down the river
Dark eyes
Greensleeves
Liebestraum
Moon River
My bonnie lies over the ocean
Pop goes the weasel
Sunshine of Paradise Alley
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
A taste of honey
Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera)

Porter, Cole, 1891–1964
Cole Porter        LPM 345
Selections from musical comedies. Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

Easy to love
Get out of town
I love Paris
In the still of the night
I’ve got you under my skin
My heart belongs to daddy
Rosalie
True love
You’d be so nice to come home to

Schmidt, Jan, 1942–
Basics of singing        LPM 675

Part 1: technique

Part 2: song anthology:
Always one rain
Away across the hills
Be thou my vision
Cancin mixteca
The crystal spring
The God of Abraham praise
The Kerry dance
My dearest love, why wilt thou ask?
My love is like a red, red rose
On top of the hill
The river (El rio)
See the waters a-gliding
Shady grove
The trees they do grow high
True lover’s farewell
Songs from movies and musical theater:
Before I gaze at you again
The colors of my life
Comes once in a lifetime
Hey, look me over
Losing my mind
Love story
Love walked in
The moon and I
Once upon a time
The shadow of your smile
Since I gave my heart away
They were you
Unexpected song
When I fall in love
Where or when
Art songs and arias:
American lullaby
Beneath a weeping willow’s shade
Come ready and see me
Fame’s an echo
If music be the food of love
Lachen und Weinen
Linden Lea
Loveliest of trees
Non lo diró col labbro
Qué pronto
Se nel ben sempre incostante
Sure on this shining night
When I was one-and-twenty
Will there really be a morning?
Young Venevil
Rounds:
Dona nobis pacem
Hey, ho, nobody’s home
Let us sing together
Shalom chaverim (Farewell, good friends)
Summer is a-coming in

Schubert, Franz, 1797–1828
Heidenröslein        LPM 19
Voice (high) part only; English and German texts.

Ständchen (Serenade)        LPM 11
From Schwanengesang. Voice (high) part only; English words.

September and nostalgic songs        LPM 343
Melodies with chord symbols.

Auld lang syne
The Bowery
Camptown races
Dinah, won’t you blow?
Drink to me only with thine eyes
Fascination
Good night, ladies
Gypsy love song
In the evening by the moonlight
Jeanie with the light brown hair
The last rose of summer
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo
My wild Irish rose
On a Sunday afternoon
September song
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
Tangerine
While strolling through the park

Seven centuries of solo-song: Thirteenth to twentieth centuries, low voice, vol. 6     LPM 10
Compiled, translated, and arranged by James Woodside. Vocal part only (low voice).

Beautiful evening (C. Debussy)
The bluebell (E. MacDowell)
Dedication (R. Strauss)
The myrtle (E. MacDowell)
Lamento (H. Duparc)
Land of mine (A. Gretchaninoff)
Mists (O. Respighi)
Prayer (Hugo Wolf)
Song of the harvesters (G. Fauré)
We’ll to the woods (C. Griffes)
A widow bird sat mourning (B. Treharne)

Singalong standards     LPM 406
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

After the ball
Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home
A bird in a gilded cage
Comin’ through the rye
Give my regards to Broadway
Ida
In my merry Oldsmobile
In the good old summertime
In the shade of the old apple tree
Little brown jug
Mary’s a grand old name
Meet me in St. Louis, Louis
My wild Irish rose
Oh my darling Clementine
Oh! Susanna
Sidewalks of New York
Silver threads among the gold
Sweet Adeline
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Tom Dooley
Wait ’til the sun shines, Nellie

Songs for singing    LPM 102
Compiled by Natalie Lamken. Melody line with words and chord symbols; includes easy piano and guitar chord charts.

Aunt Rhody
Aura Lee
Careless love
Comin’ through the rye
Down by the old mill stream
Frankie and Johnny
Good night, ladies
Hand me down my walkin’ cane
He’s got the whole world in His hand
Hinky dinky parlee-voo
A hot time in the old town tonight
I was born about ten thousand years ago
Ida! Sweet as apple cider
Meet me in St. Louis, Louis
Oh my darling Clementine
The old gray mare
On the banks of the Wabash
On top of Old Smoky
Reuben and Rachel
Shenandoah
Strike up the band
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Toyland

Spectrum    LPM 414
Melodies with lyrics; chord symbols included.

And the angels sing
Anniversary song
Baby, won’t you please come home
The bells of St. Mary’s
Everybody loves my baby
For sentimental reasons
Harlem nocturne
Hawaiian wedding song
Just because
A man without love
Meet me tonight in dreamland
Memories of you
Rain
Song of the islands
This is my song
To love again
Undecided
What a diff’rence a day made
When I fall in love
The wonder of you

Spiritual songs    LPM 348
Melodies with chord symbols.

Deep river
Give me that old time religion
He loves everybody (In this whole wide world)
He’s got the whole world in His hands
I got a robe
I’ve been working on the railroad
Joshua fit de battle of Jericho
Kum ba ya
Michael, row the boat ashore
Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Oh! Them golden slippers
Roll Jordan roll
Somebody’s knockin’ at your door
Standing in the need of prayer
Swing low, sweet chariot
Were you there?
When the saints come marchin’ in
Work, for the night is coming

Super standards: Easy piano    LPM 683
For voice and easy piano with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.

April in Paris
Autumn in New York
Born free
Buttons and bows
Call me irresponsible
Chicago
Darn that dream
The glory of love
Good morning heartache
Heart and soul
Harlem nocturne
I don’t want to walk without you
I left my heart in San Francisco
In the wee small hours of the morning
Isn’t it romantic?
It’s impossible
June in January
Let there be love
Lover
Mona Lisa
Moon River
Moonglow
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
Red sails in the sunset
Satin doll
Spanish eyes
Speak softly, love
Star dust
Two sleepy people
Tangerine
What’s new?
When Sunny gets blue
Where do I begin
Wrap your troubles in dreams

Sweet Sue     LPM 339
Melodies with chord symbols.

Basin Street blues
Beautiful Ohio
Dinah
Enjoy yourself (It’s later than you think)
If you knew Susie (Like I know Susie)
Let me call you sweetheart (I’m in love with you)
Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody
Rose of Washington Square
Second-hand rose
Sonny boy
Sweet Sue, just you
That’s entertainment
Trail of the lonesome pine
The world is waiting for the sunrise
Yes! We have no bananas

Take me home country roads     LPM 366
Melodies with chord symbols.

The battle of New Orleans
Bury me not on the lone prairie
Country song
Dear hearts and gentle people
Enjoy yourself (It’s later than you think)
Five foot two, eyes of blue
Gentle on my mind
Gypsies, tramps, and thieves
I am his lady
Ninety-nine miles from L.A.
Please, mister, please
Please pardon me (You remind me of a friend)
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
Shrimp boats
Take me home, country roads

Thirty negro spirituals    LPM 155
Arranged by Hall Johnson.

Ev’ry time I feel de spirit
Glory hallelujah to de new-born king
Gospel train
Let de heb’n-light shine on me
Mary had a baby
My Lord, what a mornin’
Oh, graveyard
Po’ mo’ner got a home at las’
Prayer is de key
Religious is a fortune
Sinner-man so hard to believe
This is de healin’ water
Were you there?
When I lay my burden down

Three songs    LPM 13
Songs for high voice; unaccompanied.  Library has vocal part only.

I love thee (Grieg)
Think on me (Scott)
Voi, che sapete (Mozart)

Through the years: Golden standards    LPM 621
Edited by Carol Cuellar. For voice and piano.

Ain’t misbehavin’
Auld lang syne
Blue moon
A certain smile
Danny boy
Five foot two, eyes of blue
I can’t stop loving you
Mona Lisa
Moon River
Over the rainbow
Ramblin’ Rose
Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody
The shadow of your smile
Singin’ in the rain
Theme from New York, New York
Volare (Nel blu, dipinto di blu)
When Irish eyes are smiling

Top pops    LPM 404
Melodies with chord symbols.

The air that I breathe
All you get from love is a love song
Break up to make up
Heartbeat, it’s a lovebeat
Heaven on the seventh floor
Hurting each other
I want to hold your hand
Lady love
Life is a song worth singing
Oh, babe, what would you say?
One of those songs
One tin soldier
Paper roses
Puppy love
Put your hand in the hand
Ramblin’ Rose
A sign of the times
Smile, smile, smile
Somethin’ stupid
They just can’t stop it
Those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer

Twenty-four Italian songs and arias of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries    LPM 1 and 2  
For medium high voice and piano. Library has vocal part only; English and Italian words.

vol. 1    LPM 1
Alma del cor (Caldara)
Amarilli, mia bella (Caccini)
Caro mio ben (Giordani)
Che fiero costume (Legrenzi)
Comme raggio di sol (Caldara)
Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile (Durante)
O del mio dolce ardor (Gluck)
Per la gloria d’adorarvi (Bononcini)
Pur dicesti, o bocca bella (Lotti)
Sebben, crudele (Caldara)
Vergin, tutto amor (Durante)
Vittoria, mio core (Carissimi)

vol. 2    LPM 2
Già il sole dal Gange (Scarlatti)
Lasciatemi morire! (Monteverdi)
Il mio bel foco (Marcello)
Nel cor più non mi sento (Paisiello)
Nina (Pergolesi)
Non posso disperar (DeLuca)
O cessate di piagarmi (Scarlatti)
Pietà, Signore (Stradella)
Se Florindo è fedele (Scarlatti)
Se tu m’ami, se sospiri (Pergolesi)
Tu lo sai (Torelli)
Le violette (Scarlatti)

Vaccai, Nicola, 1790–1848
Practical Italian vocal method    LPM 147
Revised edition with translations by Theophilus Marzials. For soprano or tenor with piano.  Text in English and Italian.

Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872–1958
Linden Lea: A Dorset song    LPM 14
For medium voice and piano; voice part only.

Yon, Pietro A., 1886–1943
Gesù bambino    LPM 17
Unaccompanied, for low voice. 

Librettos

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770–1827
Fidelio       LPM 646
English and German.

Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801–1835
Norma        LPM 430
English and Italian.

Bizet, Georges, 1838–1875
Carmen       LPM 457
English and French.

Britten, Benjamin, 1913–1976
Peter Grimes; Gloriana        LPM 575
English.

Debussy, Claude, 1862–1918
Pelléas et Mélisande        LPM 573
English and French.

Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797–1848
Lucia di Lammermoor    LPM 643
English and Italian.

Gounod, Charles, 1818–1893
Faust        LPM 447
English and French.

Romeo and Juliet        LPM 651
English and French.

Humperdinck, Engelbert, 1854–1921
Hansel and Gretel        LPM 590 
English.

Janáček, Leoš, 1854–1928
Jenůfa; Katya Kabanova        LPM 647
English and Czech.

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, 1858–1919
Pagliacci        LPM 526 
English and Italian.

Mascagni, Pietro, 1863–1945
Cavalleria rusticana        LPM 525
English and Italian.

Massenet, Jules, 1842–1912
Manon        LPM 432
English and French. G. Schirmer

Manon        LPM 520
English and French. Calder/Riverrun

Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911–2007
Amahl and the night visitors        LPM 436
English.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756–1791
Così fan tutte     LPM 574 
English and Italian.

Don Giovanni        LPM 453
English and Italian.

Le nozze di Figaro (The marriage of Figaro)        LPM 459
English and Italian.

Die Zauberflöte        LPM 435
English and German.

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich, 1839–1881
Khovanshchina        LPM 652
English.

Puccini, Giacomo, 1858–1924
La bohème        LPM 452 
English and Italian.

Madama Butterfly        LPM 429
English and Italian.

Tosca        LPM 448
English and Italian.

Turandot       LPM 456
English and Italian.

Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792–1868
Il barbiere di Siviglia       LPM 454
English and Italian.

La cenerentola       LPM 585
English and Italian.

Strauss, Richard, 1864–1949
Arabella        LPM 648
English and German.

Ariadne auf Naxos        LPM 508
English and German.

Der Rosenkavalier       LPM 446
English and German.

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882–1971
The rake’s progress        LPM 434
English.

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840–1893
Eugene Onegin     LPM 649
English and Russian.

Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813–1901
Aïda        LPM 445
English and Italian.

Un ballo in maschera (A masked ball)         LPM 640
English and Italian

Falstaff        LPM 645
English and Italian.

Otello        LPM 433
English and Italian.

Rigoletto        LPM 450
English and Italian.

Simon Boccanegra       LPM 507
English and Italian.

La traviata        LPM 451
English.

Il trovatore       LPM 449
English and Italian.

Wagner, Richard, 1813–1883
Der fliegende Holländer        LPM 586
English and German.

Lohengrin        LPM 455
English and German.

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg        LPM 458
English and German.

Der Ring des Nibelungen
Das Rheingold        LPM 650
English and German.

Siegfried       LPM 437
English and German.

Die Walküre        LPM 431 
English and German.

Tristan and Isolde        LPM 641
English and German.

Song and Hymn Texts (Words Only)

American Lutheran Church
Selected hymns in large type        LPM 158
“The hymns and the collect have been selected from the Service Book and Hymnal [of the Lutheran Church in America].”

Christmas song favorites        LPM 113
Selected by Armada Zell.

Evangel hymnbook: Lyrics of two hundred best-loved hymns         LPM 567

Fellowship hymnal        LPM 161
Edited by J. Obert Kempson.

One hundred twenty-five songs for group singing        LPM 40
Selected by the staff of the Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School.

Selected Christmas songs        LPM 38
Selected by the staff of the Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School.

Sing-a-longs        LPM 487
by Ruth B. Leff, Joy Pauline Leff, and Aaron N. Leff.

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Woodwinds

Bassoon

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770–1827
Scherzo    LPM 305
From Piano sonata no. 3, op. 2, no. 3, C major. For bassoon with piano; library has bassoon part only.

Handel, George Frideric, 1685–1759
Bourrée    LPM 328 
From Water music.

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Clarinet

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685–1750
Sinfonia     LPM 384
From “Ich steh’ mit einem Fuss im Grabe.”

Douglas, Wayne
The Belwin band builder: B-flat clarinet, part 1    LPM 3

The Belwin band builder: B-flat clarinet, part 2    LPM 534

The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto clarinet, part 1    LPM 26

Kinyon, John, 1918–
Basic training course for clarinet, book 2       LPM 699

La Forrest, H.
Sabbath chimes: (Reverie)    LPM 361

Leidig, Vernon F.
Visual band method for wind and percussion instruments: B-flat clarinet        LPM 50

Masterworks for clarinet and piano    LPM 438   
For B-flat clarinet; part for clarinet in A also included for the Fantasy-pieces; library has clarinet part only.
Fantasy-pieces, op. 73; transposed for B-flat clarinet (Schumann)
First sonata, op. 120, no. 1 (Brahms)
Grand duo concertant, op. 48 (Weber)
Second sonata, op. 120, no. 2 (Brahms)
Sonata (Mendelssohn)
Variations, op. 33 (Weber)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756–1791
Concerto for clarinet and orchestra, K.V. 622    LPM 380
For clarinet in B-flat and piano; library has solo clarinet part only.

Pearson, Bruce
Standard of excellence comprehensive band method, book 1 – B-flat Clarinet    LPM 757

Tremblay, Laurence
Advanced staccato études: B-flat clarinet    LPM 357

Voxman, Himie
Concert and contest collection for B-flat clarinet    LPM 463

Weber, Fred
Belwin intermediate band method: B-flat clarinet    LPM 697
Student instrumental course: Clarinet student; a method for individual instruction, level one, elementary    LPM 129

Wendland, A.F.
Step lively: March    LPM 349

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Flute

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685–1750
Siciliano    LPM 281
BWV 1031, E-flat major. For flute or violin and harpsichord; library has flute (violin) part only.

Bizet, Georges, 1838–1875
Menuet from LArlésienne, suite no. 2    LPM 306
Arranged for flute and piano; library has flute part only.

Cavally, Robert
Original melodious and progressive studies for the beginning flutist    LPM 485

Douglas, Wayne
The Belwin band builder: C flute, part 1    LPM 5

The Belwin band builder: C flute and C piccolo, part 2    LPM 535
Includes fingering chart for flute or piccolo.

Handel, George Frideric, 1685–1759
Seven sonatas    LPM 308
For flute and piano; flute part only. Contains HWV 359b, 360, 363b, 365, 369, 367b, and 362.

Laas, W.E.
Fun with fundamentals: A technic book; C flute    LPM 695

Melodious and progressive studies, book 1    LPM 127
From Andersen, Gariboldi, Koehler, and Terschak; revised by Robert Cavally.

Mouquet, Jules, 1867–1946
La flute de Pan    LPM 100
Flute part only.

I. Pan et les bergers (Pan and the shepherds)
II. Pan et les oiseaux (Pan and the birds)
III. Pan et les nymphes

On our way: C flute (piccolo)    LPM 701
by Albert Davis.

Andante from Surprise symphony (Haydn-Weber)
Caprice Italien (Tchaikovsky-Weber)
Concord stage (James D. Ployhar)
Entry of the lancers (Acton Ostling)
Happy bugler (Albert O. Davis)
Holiday parade (Fred Weber)
“I have a song” from Yeoman of the guard (arr. by James D. Ployhar)
One, two, three (arr. by James Ployhar)
Peanut song (arr. by Acton Ostling)
Twin echoes (Acton Ostling)
Two famous hymns: 1. Hamburg; 2. St. Alban hymn (arr. by James Ployhar)
Woodchopper (Acton Ostling)

Pearson, Bruce, 1942–
Standard of excellence: Flute, book 1    LPM 679

Petersen, A.C.
Rubank elementary method: Flute or piccolo    LPM 519

Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835–1921
Air de ballet from Ascanio    LPM 6
Flute part only.

Twenty-four short concert pieces for flute and piano     LPM 291
Revised by Robert Cavally. Library has flute part only. Contains compositions by the following composers: Anderson, Bach, Bizet, Boisdeffre, Delibes, Donjon, Fauré, Gluck, Godard, Hue, Joncieres, Massenet, Molique, Mozart, Perilhou, Pessard, Quantz, Schubert.

Weber, Fred
First division band method: C flute, part 1    LPM 263

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Recorder

Come, the recorders: For soprano, alto, tenor, and bass recorders in various combinations    LPM 103
Compiled, arranged, and transcribed by Raymond Kane McLain.

Andantino (A. Corelli)
Aria (J.S. Bach)
Aria (J. Pachelbel)
Bergerie (G.P. Telemann)
The boatman
Bourrée (J.S. Bach)
Bourée (L. Hotteterre)
A cat came a-fiddling (McLain)
Come, the recorders (R.K. McLain)
Dance to your daddy
Dargason
Dona nobis pacem
Fandango
Fine companion
Gentle Johnny, my jingalo
Hole in the wall
Hunsdon House
If all the world were paper
Lark in the morn
Lo, here another love (T. Morley)
Lord Thomas of Winnesberry (Henry Martin)
March (J.K. Fischer)
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (McLain)
Minuet (J.S. Bach)
Minuet (G.F. Handel)
Minuet II (J.S. Bach)
Mowing the barley
O, waly, waly
Over the water (McLain)
Pavane (T. Arbeau)
Sellenger’s round
Sweet primroses
There was a piper (McLain)
Twenty-ninth of May

Five thirteenth-century pieces: Three recorders, descants, and/or trebles, and/or tenors     LPM 107
Ballade: Dieus soit en cheste meson (Adam de la Halle)

Hoquetus
Motetus: Alle psallite cum luya
Motetus: In seculum viellatoris
Motetus: Pucelete

Trapp Family Singers
Enjoy your recorder    LPM 106 
“[A] new, complete method of instruction for the recorder [including exercises, reviews, trill charts, ornaments and embellishments, duets, trios, and quartets].”  Vol. 1 for C-soprano or C-tenor; vol. 2 for F-alto, F-sopranino, or F-bass.

Wollitz, Kenneth
The recorder book    LPM 588 

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Saxophone

Douglas, Wayne
The Belwin band builder: B tenor saxophone, part 1    LPM 4

The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto saxophone, part 1    LPM 27

The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto saxophone, part 2    LPM 101

Grechaninov, Aleksandr Tikhonovich, 1864–1956
At the hearth (Au foyer) from Suite miniature: op. 145, no. 8; E-flat alto saxophone    LPM 332

Marks, John, 1909–1985
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer    LPM 167
For E-flat alto saxophone solo or saxophone and piano.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756–1791
Minuet from Haffner music, K. 250    LPM 285
For E-flat alto saxophone.

Pearson, Bruce, 1942–
Standard of excellence: B-flat tenor saxophone, book 2    LPM 671

Standard of excellence: E-flat alto saxophone, book 1    LPM 681

Santa Lucia: Neapolitan song    LPM 359
For tenor saxophone; from Elementary tenor sax solos.

Schumann, Robert, 1810–1856
The wild horseman    LPM 329
For tenor saxophone. From Album für die Jugend, no. 8: Wilder Reiter.

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Ensembles

Ensembles

Pieck, Stephanie
Creative ensembles for beginning musicians: First series; twenty-five original compositions in three parts for instrumental, voice, or piano ensemble    LPM 715
Follows the progression of concepts in Richard Taesch’s An introduction to music for the blind student, part 1 (LPM 662). Dancing Dots.

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Books

Autobiographies and Biographies

Ashkenazy, Vladimir, 1937–
Beyond frontiers    LPM 521 
Jasper Parrott, joint author. First American edition, Atheneum, 1985

Brown, David, 1929–
Tchaikovsky: The early years, 1840B1874    LPM 490
W.W. Norton, 1978

Casals, Pablo, 1876–1973
Joys and sorrows: Reflections    LPM 240
As told to Albert Eugene Kahn. Simon & Schuster, 1970

Day, James, 1927–
Vaughan Williams    LPM 506
Dent, 1975

Dean, Winton, 1916–
Bizet    LPM 527
J.M. Dent, 1975

Einstein, Alfred, 1880–1952
Mozart: His character, his work    LPM 173
Oxford University Press, 1968

Schubert: A musical portrait    LPM 420
Oxford University Press, 1951

Ellington, Duke, 1899–1974
Music is my mistress    LPM 253
Da Capo, 1976

Geiringer, Karl, 1889–1989
The Bach family    LPM 368
Oxford University Press, 1954

Brahms, his life and work    LPM 418
Second edition, Oxford University Press, 1947

Haydn, a creative life in music    LPM 176
University of California Press, 1968

Haskins, James, 1941–2005
Scott Joplin    LPM 516
Doubleday, 1978

Holst, Imogen, 1907–1984
Bach    LPM 606
Crowell, 1965

Horowitz, Joseph, 1948–
Understanding Toscanini: How he became an American culture god and helped create a new audience for old music    LPM 589
Knopf, 1987

Howard, John Tasker, 1890–1964
Stephen Foster, America’s troubadour    LPM 517  
Crowell, 1953

Huffington, Arianna Stassinopoulos, 1950–
Maria Callas, the woman behind the legend    LPM 492
Simon and Schuster, 1981

Kirkpatrick, Ralph, 1911–1984
Domenico Scarlatti    LPM 503 
Princeton University Press, 1983

Lang, Paul Henry, 1901–1991
George Frideric Handel    LPM 419
W.W. Norton, 1963

Leinsdorf, Erich, 1912–1993
Cadenza: A musical career    LPM 243
Houghton Mifflin, 1976

Lockspieser, Edward, 1905–1973
Debussy    LPM 524
Dent, 1980

Martin, George Whitney
Verdi: His music, life, and times    LPM 320
Dodd, Mead, c1963

Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916–1999
Unfinished journey    LPM 372
Knopf, 1977

Pavarotti, Luciano, 1935–2007
Pavarotti: My own story    LPM 491 
With William Wright. Doubleday, 1981

Peyser, Joan, 1931–
Bernstein, a biography    LPM 582
Beech Tree Books, 1987

Rampal, Jean Pierre, 1922–2000
Music, my love    LPM 599
With Deborah Wise. Random House, 1989

Reich, Nancy B.
Clara Schumann, the artist and the woman    LPM 602
Cornell University Press, 1985

Rodgers, Richard, 1902–1979
Musical stages: An autobiography    LPM 229  
Random House, 1975

Rose, Al
Eubie Blake    LPM 462
Schirmer Books, 1979

Rossiter, Frank R.
Charles Ives and his America    LPM 461
Liveright, 1975

Rubinstein, Artur, 1887–1982
My young years    LPM 238
Knopf, 1973

Schwartz, Charles, 1922–
Gershwin, his life and music    LPM 501
Da Capo Press, 1979

Seroff, Victor Ilyitch, 1902–1979
Frederic Chopin    LPM 325
Macmillan, 1964

Simpson, Anne Key, 1924–
Follow me: The life and music of R. Nathaniel Dett    LPM 627
Scarecrow Press, 1993

Snowman, Daniel
The world of Plácido Domingo    LPM 581
McGraw-Hill, 1985

Solti, Georg, Sir, 1912–1997
Memoirs    LPM 639
Alfred A. Knopf, 1997

Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, 1873–1928
Oscar Sonneck and American music    LPM 569   
University of Illinois Press, 1983

Thayer, Alexander Wheelock, 1817–1897
Thayer’s life of Beethoven    LPM 425
Edited and revised by Elliot Forbes. Revised edition, Princeton University Press, 1967

Thompson, Charles
Bing: The authorized biography    LPM 278
Magna Print Books, 1976

Welk, Lawrence, 1903–1992 
Ah-one, ah-two! Life with my musical family    LPM 315
With Bernice McGeehan. G.K. Hall, 1975

My America, your America    LPM 314
With Bernice McGeehan. G.K. Hall, 1977

Westrup, J.A. (Jack Allen), 1904–1975
Purcell    LPM 505
Dent, 1980

Williams, Roger, 1934–
Sing a sad song: The life of Hank Williams    LPM 571
University of Illinois Press, 1981

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Braille Music Notation

Braille music primer: Part 1    LPM 632
Edited and compiled by David Bray. First edition. RNIB, 1992

De Garmo, Mary Turner
Introduction to braille music transcription    LPM 719
Second edition, revised. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 2005

Index of braille music signs    LPM 607
American Printing House for the Blind, 1971

Jenkins, Edward W.
Braille music chart    LPM 609
New revised edition.  American Printing House for the Blind, 1960

Primer of braille music signs    LPM 608
New revised edition, 1971 addenda included. American Printing House for the Blind, 1977

Krolick, Bettye
Dictionary of braille music signs    LPM 428
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 1979

How to read braille music    LPM 638
Opus Technologies, 1998

Levy, Rita
Tactile music notation: An instruction manual of music notation for the Optacon    LPM 566
1981

Partridge, Joan
Braille music for beginners: For the piano    LPM 633

Taesch, Richard
An introduction to music for the blind student, part 1    LPM 662
Dancing Dots, 2000

An introduction to music for the blind student, part 2    LPM 664
Dancing Dots, 2001

Introduction to the piano for blind students, book 1: A progressive curriculum for bar-over-bar braille music reading, graded studies    LPM 653
Southern California Conservatory of Music, Braille Music Division, 2000

Introduction to the piano for blind students, book 1: A progressive curriculum for bar-over-bar braille music reading, repertoire    LPM 654
Southern California Conservatory of Music, Braille Music Division, 2000

Introduction to the piano for blind students, book 2: A progressive curriculum for bar-over-bar braille music reading, graded studies    LPM 718
Southern California Conservatory of Music, Braille Music Division, 2001

Jazz and contemporary chord symbol reading for the blind pianist: How to read braille chord charts in live performance, book 1    LPM 709
Dancing Dots, 2004

Who’s afraid of braille music    LPM 660
Dancing Dots, 2003

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College-level Text

Apel, Willi, 1893–1988
The notation of polyphonic music, 900–1600    LPM 226
Fifth edition. Medieval Academy of America, 1961

Austin, William W., 1920–2000
Music in the twentieth century, from Debussy to Stravinsky    LPM 236
W.W. Norton, 1966

Bamberger, Jeanne Shapiro
The art of listening: Developing musical perception    LPM 217
Third edition. Harper & Row, 1966

Bartlett, Harry R.
Guide to teaching percussion    LPM 257
Second edition. W.C. Brown, 1971

Bastien, James W., 1934–2005
How to teach piano successfully    LPM 321
Second edition. General Words and Music, 1977

Bernstein, Leonard, 1918–1990
The infinite variety of music    LPM 212
Simon and Schuster, 1966

The joy of music    LPM 322
Simon and Schuster, 1959

Berry, Wallace, 1928–1991
Form in music    LPM 489
Prentice-Hall, 1966

Blume, Friedrich, 1893–1975
Classic and Romantic music    LPM 230
W.W. Norton, 1970

Borroff, Edith, 1925–
Music in Europe and the United States: A history       LPM 202
Prentice-Hall, 1971

Bukofzer, Manfred F., 1910–1955
Music in the Baroque era, from Monteverdi to Bach    LPM 241
W.W. Norton, 1947

Chase, Gilbert, 1906–1992
America’s music, from the Pilgrims to the present    LPM 619
University of Chicago Press, 1987

Cooper, Paul, 1926–1996
Perspectives in music theory: An historical-analytical approach    LPM 186
Dodd, Mead, 1973

Copland, Aaron, 1900–1990
Music and the imagination    LPM 317
Harvard University Press, 1952

What to listen for in music    LPM 239
Revised edition. McGraw-Hill, 1957

Donington, Robert, 1907–1990
The interpretation of early music    LPM 268
New version. Faber and Faber, 1975

Downes, Edward, 1911–2001
The New York Philharmonic guide to the symphony    LPM 416
Walker, 1976

Einstein, Alfred, 1880–1952
Music in the Romantic era    LPM 242
W.W. Norton, 1947

Elliott, Raymond
Fundamentals of music    LPM 163
Third edition. Prentice-Hall, 1966

Farga, Franz, 1873–1950
Violins and violinists    LPM 421
Praeger, 1969

Forte, Allen, 1926–
Tonal harmony in concept and practice    LPM 203
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1962

Friedman, Milton M., 1920–
A beginner’s guide to sightsinging and musical rudiments    LPM 707
Prentice Hall, 1981

Geer, Ezra Harold, 1886–1957
Organ registration in theory and practice        LPM 269
Belwin Mills, 1957

Greene, Victor R.
A passion for polka: Old-time ethnic music in America    LPM 617
University of California Press, 1993

Griffiths, Paul, 1947–
A guide to electronic music    LPM 426
Thames and Hudson, 1979

Grout, Donald Jay, 1902–1987
A history of western music    LPM 159
Revised edition. W.W. Norton, 1973

A history of western music    LPM 618
Fourth edition. W.W. Norton, 1988

A short history of opera    LPM 193
Second edition. Columbia University Press, 1965

Grunfeld, Frederic V., 1929–1987
The art and times of the guitar    LPM 194
Macmillan, 1969

Hindemith, Paul, 1895–1963
Elementary training for musicians    LPM 216   
Second revised edition. Belwin Mills, 1949

Hitchcock, Hugh Wiley, 1923–2007
Music in the United States: A historical introduction    LPM 245
Prentice-Hall, 1974

Jones, George Thaddeus
Music theory    LPM 211
Barnes and Noble, 1974

Kennan, Kent Wheeler, 1913–2003
Counterpoint: Based on eighteenth-century practice    LPM 198
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1972

The technique of orchestration    LPM 287
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1970

Longyear, Rey Morgan, 1930–
Nineteenth-century Romanticism in music    LPM 302
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1973

Machlis, Joseph, 1906–1998
The enjoyment of music: An introduction to perceptive listening    LPM 510
Fourth edition. W.W. Norton, 1977

Introduction to contemporary music    LPM 225  
W.W. Norton, 1961

Music: Adventures in listening    LPM 201
W.W. Norton, 1968

Malm, Willliam P.
Music cultures of the Pacific, the Near East, and Asia    LPM 371
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1977

McGehee, Thomasine (Cobb), 1888–
People and music    LPM 313
Revised edition.  Allyn and Bacon, 1963

Melcher, Robert A.
Music for score reading    LPM 605
Willard March, joint author. Prentice-Hall, 1971

Menke, Edward H.
Grand and spinet pianos    LPM 39
Braille Piano Technician, 1956

Musser, Willard I., 1913–
How we write music: Elementary theory book for elementary classroom or individual instruction; student, book 1    LPM 311
Adler, 1964

The Norton scores: An anthology for listening, vol. 1, Machaut to Beethoven        LPM 232
Edited by Roger Kamien. Expanded first edition. W.W. Norton, 1970

Ottman, Robert W.
Harmony: Theory and practice    LPM 705
Fifth edition. Prentice Hall, 2000

Pauly, Reinhard G., 1920–
Music in the Classic period    LPM 247
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1973

Persichetti, Vincent, 1915–1987
Twentieth-century harmony: Creative aspects and practice    LPM 511
W.W. Norton, 1961

Piston, Walter, 1894–1976
Counterpoint    LPM 188
W.W. Norton, 1947

Harmony    LPM 424
Fourth edition. W.W. Norton, 1978

Pleasants, Henry, 1910–2000
The great singers: From the dawn of opera to our own time    LPM 324
Simon and Schuster, 1966

Reese, Gustave, 1899–1977
Music in the Middle Ages: With an introduction on the music of ancient times    LPM 174
W.W. Norton, 1940

Music in the Renaissance    LPM 172
Revised edition. W.W. Norton, 1959

Rosen, Charles, 1927–
The Classical style: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven    LPM 277
Viking, 1971

Sonata forms    LPM 502
First edition. W.W. Norton, 1980

Rossi, Nick, 1924–
Music through the centuries    LPM 204
Sadie Rafferty, joint author. B. Humphries, 1963

Sachs, Curt, 1881–1959
The history of musical instruments    LPM 228
W.W. Norton, 1940

Salzer, Felix, 1904–1986
Counterpoint in composition: The study of voice leading    LPM 218
McGraw-Hill, 1969

Schonberg, Harold C., 1915–2003
The great conductors    LPM 318
Simon and Schuster, 1967

The great pianists    LPM 319
Simon and Schuster, 1963

Slobin, Mark, 1943–
Tenement songs: The popular music of the Jewish immigrants    LPM 570
University of Illinois Press, 1982

Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894–1995
Lexicon of musical invective: Critical assaults on composers since Beethoven’s time    LPM 587
University of Washington Press, 1965

Source readings in music history: From classical antiquity through the Romantic era    LPM 175
Edited by Oliver Strunk. W.W. Norton, 1950

Steiner, William F.
Basic musicianship: A workbook of theory in action, book 3    LPM 235
Steiner, 1962

Ulrich, Homer, 1906–1987
Chamber music    LPM 369
Second edition. Columbia University Press, 1966

Music: A design for listening    LPM 300
Second edition. Harcourt, Brace and World, 1962

Symphonic music: Its evolution since the Renaissance    LPM 237
Columbia University Press, 1952

White, William Braid, 1878–1959
Piano-playing mechanism    LPM 15
“Being a treatise on the design and construction of the pneumatic action of the player-piano and of the reproducing piano.” Second edition. Tuners Supply, 1953

Women making music: The western art tradition, 1150–1950    LPM 572
Edited by Jane Bowers and Judith Tick. University of Illinois Press, 1986

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Popular Subjects

All that glitters: Country music in America    LPM 631
Edited by George H. Lewis. Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1993

Belz, Carl
The story of rock    LPM 273
Second edition. Oxford University Press, 1972

Bernstein, Seymour
With your own two hands: Self-discovery through music    LPM 629
Schirmer, 1981

Blesh, Rudi, 1899–1985
They all played ragtime    LPM 475
Harriet Janis, joint author. Fourth edition. Oak Publications, 1971

Bonner, Clint
A hymn is born    LPM 600
Broadman Press, 1959

Coker, Jerry, 1932–
Listening to jazz    LPM 512
Prentice-Hall, 1978

Cusic, Don
The sound of light: A history of gospel music    LPM 630
Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1990

Emerson, Ken, 1948–
Doo-dah! Stephen Foster and the rise of American popular culture    LPM 644
Simon & Schuster, 1997

Evans, Tom, 1949–
Guitars: Music, history, construction, and players from the Renaissance to rock    LPM 523
Mary Ann Evans, joint author. Paddington Press, 1977

Fox, Sidney
The world of popular music: Folk and country    LPM 301
Follett, 1975

Green, Stanley
The world of musical comedy: The story of the American musical stage as told through the careers of its foremost composers and lyricists    LPM 187
Third edition. A.S. Barnes, 1974

Hamm, Charles E.
Yesterdays: Popular song in America    LPM 522  
W.W. Norton, 1979

Heilbut, Anthony
The gospel sound: Good news and bad times    LPM 568
Updated and revised. Limelight, 1985

Here’s to the women: One hundred songs for and about American women    LPM 598
Compiled by Hilda E. Wenner and Elizabeth Feilicher. Syracuse University Press, 1987

Hovey, Nilo W., 1906–1986
Selmer band manual    LPM 294

Kingman, Daniel
American music: A panorama    LPM 515
Schirmer Books, 1979

Lichtenstein, Grace
Musical gumbo: The music of New Orleans    LPM 626
W.W. Norton, 1993

Malone, Bill C.
Country music U.S.A.: A fifty-year history    LPM 189
University of Texas Press, 1968

Nettl, Bruno, 1930–
Folk and traditional music of the western continents    LPM 374
Second edition. Prentice-Hall, 1973

Pleasants, Henry, 1910–2000
The great American popular singers    LPM 422  
Simon and Schuster, 1974

Roach, Hildred
Black American music: Past and present    LPM 628
Krieger Pub. Co., 1992

Rockwell, John, 1940–
All-American music: Composition in the late-twentieth century    LPM 504
Knopf, 1983

Scherer, Barrymore Laurence
Bravo! A guide to opera for the perplexed    LPM 642
Dutton, 1996

Simon, George Thomas, 1912–2001
The big bands    LPM 460
Revised edition. Macmillan, 1974

Southern, Eileen, 1920–2002
The music of black Americans: A history    LPM 514
Second edition. W.W. Norton, 1983

Tirro, Frank
Jazz: A history    LPM 373
W.W. Norton, 1977

Wilder, Alec, 1907–1980
American popular song: The great innovators, 1900–1950    LPM 280
Oxford University Press, 1972

Wilson, Frank R.
Tone deaf and all thumbs? An invitation to music-making    LPM 601
Vintage Books, 1987

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Reference Tools

Apel, Willi, 1893–1988
Harvard dictionary of music
Second edition, revised and enlarged. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969
LPM 244—Oriented horizontally. 8 volumes
LPM 509—Oriented vertically. 2 volumes

Arnold, Corliss Richard
Organ literature: A comprehensive survey    LPM 370
Scarecrow Press, 1973

Ewen, David, 1907–1985
The new encyclopedia of the opera    LPM 293 
Hill and Wang, 1971

Hinson, Maurice, 1930–
Guide to the pianist’s repertoire    LPM 197
Indiana University Press, 1973

Guide to the pianist’s repertoire: Supplement    LPM 444
Indiana University Press, 1979

Jefferson, Alan
The complete Gilbert and Sullivan opera guide    LPM 513
Facts on File, 1984

Kobbé, Gustav, 1857–1918
The definitive Kobbé’s opera book    LPM 620   
First American edition. Edited, revised, and updated by the earl of Harewood. G.P. Putnam, 1987

Lloyd, Norman, 1909–1980
The Golden encyclopedia of music    LPM 312  
Golden Press, 1968

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A

Aaron, Michael
Abide with me
Accent on rhythm and style
Ach! du lieber Augustin
Adler, Kurt
Advanced staccato études: B-flat clarinet
An adventure in jazz, book 1
After the ball
After you’ve gone
Agay, Denes
Ah-one, ah-two! Life with my musical family
Aïda (libretto)
Ain’t misbehavin’
Air (from Water music) (Handel)
Air de ballet from Ascanio (Saint-Saëns)
Alabama bound
Album for the young, op. 68
An album of waltzes, album 1 (Strauss)
An album of waltzes, album 2 (Strauss)
Alfred’s basic guitar method, book 2
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 1
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 2
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 3
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 4
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 5
Alfred’s basic piano library: Piano lesson book, level 6
All that glitters: Country music in America
All-American college football songs
All-American music: Composition in the late-twentieth century
Alle psallite cum luya
Allegro spiritoso (Senaillé)
Allegro vivace (Rimsky-Korsakov)
All-time requests
Almost like being in love
Aloha nui kuu ipo
Aloha oe
Alouette
Amahl and the night visitors (libretto)
America
America the beautiful
America’s music, from the Pilgrims to the present
American ballads
American favorite ballads
American festival, book 2
American festival, book 4
American Lutheran Church
American music
American patrol
American popular song
American victory songs
And I love her
Andante religioso (from Organ sonata no. 4) (Mendelssohn)
Anderson, Leroy
Animal Andy, drum
Animal pictures
Annie’s song
Anson introduces Kabalevsky
Anson, George
Anthology of early American keyboard music 1787–1830, vol. 1
Anthology of early American keyboard music 1785–1830, vol. 2
Anthony, George Walter
Apel, Willi
Applebaum, Samuel
Arabella (libretto)
Ariadne auf Naxos (libretto)
Arndt, Felix
Arnold, Corliss Richard
Around the world
Around the world in waltz time
Arrival of the queen of Sheba (Handel)
The art and times of the guitar
The art of listening: developing musical perception
The art song: Medium voice
Ashkenazy, Vladimir
Asleep in the deep
At the hearth (Au foyer)
Auld lang syne
Aunt Rhody
Aura Lee
Austin, William W.
Autumn
Ave Maria, by Schubert
Ave verum corpus (Mozart)

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B

Bach
The Bach family
Bach for beginners
Bach, Johann Sebastian
Bacich, Anthony P.
Bagatelles, op. 5 (Tcherepnin)
Ballad of Davy Crockett
Ballad of easy rider
Ballade, op. 38 (Chopin)
Un ballo in maschera (A masked ball) (libretto)
Bamberger, Jeanne Shapiro
The band played on
Il barbiere di Siviglia (libretto)
Barcarolle
The bare necessities
Bartlett, Harry R.
Bartók, Béla
Basic musicianship: A workbook of theory in action, book 3
Basic training course for clarinet, book 2
Basics of singing
Bastien, James W.
Battle cry of freedom
Battle hymn of the republic
Bay, Melbourne Earl
The beatle boogie
Beautiful brown eyes
Beautiful dreamer
Beautiful evening (C. Debussy)
Beautiful heaven from Thirty-four viola pieces
Beautiful isle of somewhere
Beethoven, Ludwig van
A beginner’s guide to sightsinging and musical rudiments
Believe me if all those endearing young charms
Bellini, Vincenzo
Bells of St. Mary’s
The Belwin band builder: B tenor saxophone, part 1
The Belwin band builder: B-flat clarinet, part 1
The Belwin band builder: B-flat clarinet, part 2
The Belwin band builder: B-flat cornet (trumpet), part 1
The Belwin band builder: C flute and C piccolo, part 2
The Belwin band builder: C flute, part 1
The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto clarinet, part 1
The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto saxophone, part 1
The Belwin band builder: E-flat alto saxophone, part 2
The Belwin band builder: Trombone, part 1
The Belwin intermediate band method: B-flat clarinet
The Belwin organ course
The Belwin organ library: Manual play
The Belwin organ library: Method play
The Belwin string builder, book 1
Belz, Carl
Bernstein, a biography
Bernstein, Leonard
Bernstein, Seymour
Berry, Wallace
Best-loved songs of the American people
Bewitched
Beyond frontiers
The Bible tells me so
Bicycle built for two
Bidin’ my time
The big bands
Big junior hymnbook
Big-note carnival: Eighteen famous melodies
The big-note parade of famous melodies
Bill Bailey
Billy boy
Bing: The authorized biography
A bird in a gilded cage
Bist du bei mir (Stölzel)
Bizet
Bizet, Georges
Black American music: Past and present
Black hawk waltz
Blesh, Rudi
Blick’ ich umher (Wolfram’s address) (Wagner)
Block, Leon
Blow the man down
Blue cat
The bluebell (E. MacDowell)
Bluebells of Scotland
Blueberry Hill
Blues in F
Blues, boogie, and jazz
Blue-tail fly
Blume, Friedrich
La bohème (libretto)
Bonner, Clint
Borroff, Edith
Bourrée (from Water music) (Handel)
Bowers, Jane
The Bowery
Brahms, his life and work
Brahms, Johannes
Braille music chart
Braille music for beginners
Braille music primer: Part 1
Bravo! A guide to opera for the perplexed
Bray, David
The breeze and I
Breeze-easy: Recital pieces for cornet (trumpet)
Bridal march (from Lohengrin)
Brimhall, John
Britten, Benjamin
Brown, David
Buffalo gals
Bugler’s holiday (Anderson)
Bukofzer, Manfred F.
Bunker Clark, J.
Burgmüller, Friedrich
Burnam, Edna Mae
But not for me
But the Lord is mindful of His own (Mendelssohn)
Button up your overcoat

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C

C’est magnifique
Cadenza: A musical career
Caissons song
Camptown races
Can’t buy me love
Canon (Pachelbel)
Careless love
Carmen (libretto)
Carnival of Venice
Caro mio ben (Giordani)
Carry me back to old Virginny
Casals, Pablo
Cavalleria rusticana (libretto)
Cavally, Robert
Celebrated favorites
La cenerentola (libretto)
Chaconne (Russell)
Chamber music
Champagne waltz
Charles Ives and his America
Charles, Ernest
Chase, Gilbert
Cheaper to keep her
Children’s piano pieces
Children’s corner for piano (Debussy)
Chim chim cher-ee
Chopin, Frédéric
Chorale from Nocturne, op. 37 (Chopin)
Chorale no. 1 (Franck)
Chorale no. 2 (Franck)
Chorale no. 3 (Franck)
Choralvorspiele (Bach)
Christmas music for piano solo
Christmas song favorites
Christmas songs
Christmas time
The church year
Cielito lindo
Cinderella
Clair de lune from Suite bergamasque
Clap yo’ hands
Clara Schumann, the artist and the woman
Clark, Frances
Clark, Mary Elizabeth
Classic and Romantic music
Classic guitar method, [vol. 1]
The Classical style: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven
Classics to Moderns in the Intermediate Grades
Clementi, Muzio
Clementine
Clouds
Clouds, by David Gates
Clown foolery
Cockles and mussels
Cofone, Charles J.F.
Coker, Jerry
Cole Porter
Collection of vocal songs
Come all you fair and tender ladies
Come Saturday morning
Come to the sea (Vieni sul mar!)
Come, the recorders
Comin’ through the rye
The complete Gilbert and Sullivan opera guide
Concert and contest collection for B-flat clarinet
Concerto for clarinet and orchestra, K.V. (Mozart)
Contemporary piano literature, book 1
Contemporary piano literature, book 2
Contemporary piano repertoire, level 6
Contra dances (Beethoven)
Cool
Cooper, Paul
Copland, Aaron
Copycats, op. 26
Così fan tutte (libretto)
Counterpoint
Counterpoint in composition: The study of voice leading
Counterpoint: Based on eighteenth-century practice
Country music U.S.A.: A fifty-year history
Country pickin’s
Covenant hymnal
Creative ensembles for beginning musicians: First series
Cruising down the river
Cusic, Don

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D

D’Auberge, Alfred
Daisy Bell
Danceable favorites
Dark eyes
Darling, je vous aime beaucoup
Das Rheingold (libretto)
Davis, Albert
Davison, June
A day in the jungle
Day tripper
Day, James
De Garmo, Mary Turner
Dean, Winton
Dear Lord and father of mankind
Debussy
Debussy, Claude
Dedication (R. Strauss)
The definitive Kobbé’s opera book
Dello Joio, Norman
Denver, John
Diack, Michael
Dictionary of braille music signs
Dieus soit en cheste meson (Adam de la Halle)
Dinah
Dinah, won’t you blow?
Disney spotlights
D-I-V-O-R-C-E
Dixie
Does your heart beat for me
Dolores
Domenico Scarlatti
Don Giovanni (libretto)
Donington, Robert
Donizetti, Gaetano
Doo-dah! Stephen Foster and the rise of American popular culture
Douglas, Wayne
Down by the old mill stream
Down by the riverside
Down in the valley
Downes, Edward
A dozen a day
Drink to me only with thine eyes
Du, du liegst mir im Herzen
Duet book
Dupre, Robert
Dvořák, Antonín

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E

The eagle and the hawk
Early English sonatinas
Easiest original pieces (Schubert)
Easy classics to moderns
Easy compositions for piano (Beethoven)
Easy organ arrangements for all organs
Easy to love
Eckstein, Maxwell
Einstein, Alfred
Eleanor Rigby
The elegant Captain Hook
Elementary training for musicians
Eleven bagatelles, op. 119 (Beethoven)
Ellington, Duke
Elliott, Raymond
Embraceable you
Emerson, Ken
Emperor waltz
Enjoy your recorder
The enjoyment of music
Erickson, Frank
Etude no. 2 from the Three new etudes (Chopin)
Etude, op. 10, no. 2 (Chopin)
Etude, op. 10, no. 3 (Chopin)
Etudes enfantines, op. 37
Eubie Blake
Eugene Onegin (libretto)
Evangel hymnbook: Lyrics of two hundred best-loved hymns
Evangelical Covenant Church of America
Evans, Tom
Ewen, David
The Exodus song
The eyes of Texas

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F

Falstaff
Fantasy-pieces, op. 73; transposed for B-flat clarinet (Schumann)
Farewell to Andromeda (Welcome to my morning)
Farga, Franz
Fascinating rhythm
Fascination
Father in heaven
Faust (libretto)
Favorite Christmas carols
Favorite hymns
Feed the birds
Feelin’ that glow
“Feelings” and other popular standards
Feilicher, Elizabeth
Fellowship hymnal
Fibich, Zdeněk
Fidelio (libretto)
Fifty-two sacred songs you like to sing
Fight on
Fillimeeooreay
Finale (from Water music)
Fireside singalong
The first assembled book of “pieces we like to play”
The first book for young pianists
The first classics for the beginning pianist
First division band method: B-flat cornet
First division band method: C flute, part 1
First division band method: Trombone, part 2
First lessons in Bach, book 1
First lessons in Bach, book 2
First piano duets
The first recital
First sonata, op. 120, no. 1 (Brahms)
First studies for the violin, op. 2
Five nursery songs for piano
Five thirteenth-century pieces
Der fliegende Holländer (libretto)
La flute de Pan
A foggy day
Folk and traditional music of the western continents
Folk world
Follow me
Follow me: The life and music of R. Nathaniel Dett
Following the leader
The fool on the hill
For baby
For he’s a jolly good fellow 3
For me and my gal
For me and my piano, book 1
For me and my piano, book 3
For the beauty of the earth
For you, for me, for evermore
Form in music
Forte, Allen
Forty-five minutes from Broadway
Four impromptus for piano, op. 142 (Schubert)
Four impromptus for piano, op. 90 (Schubert)
Four nights drunk
Fox, Sidney
Franck, César
Frankie and Johnny
Frederic Chopin
Freedom
Frère Jacques
Friedman, Milton M
Fun from the first with the Lyon-Healy troubadour harp
Fun with fundamentals: A technic book; C flute
Fundamentals of music
The funeral march, op. 3 (Chopin)
Für Elise

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G

Galway Bay
Ganz, Rudolph
Garrow, Louise
Gates, David
Geer, Ezra Harold
Geiringer, Karl
Gentle on my mind
George Frideric Handel
George Gershwin’s preludes for piano
George Gershwin: Selections from musical comedies
George, Jon
Gershwin, George
Gershwin, his life and music
Gesù bambino (Yon)
Get back
Get out of town
Giant hits
Gigi
Gillock, William L.
Gimme a little kiss
Give my regards to Broadway
Gloriana (libretto)
Glover, David Carr
God bless America
The Golden encyclopedia of music
Golden hymn-book: Selected all-time favorites to make the heart sing
Golden oldies
Golliwogg’s cake-walk
Good night ladies
Goodbye again
The gospel sound
Goss, Louise
Gounod, Charles
Gower, William
Grand and spinet pianos
Grand duo concertant, op. 48 (Weber)
Grand hotel jazz march
The great American popular singers
The great conductors
Great is Thy faithfulness
The great pianists
The great singers
Grechaninov, Aleksandr Tikhonovich
Green, Stanley
Greene, Victor R.
Greensleeves
Grieg, Edvard
Griffiths, Paul
Griggs, John
Grout, Donald Jay
Grunfeld, Frederic V.
A guide to electronic music
Guide to teaching percussion
Guide to the pianist’s repertoire
Guide to the pianist’s repertoire: Supplement
Guild repertoire: Elementary A
Guild repertoire: Elementary B
Guild repertoire: Elementary C
Guild repertoire: Elementary D
Guild repertoire: Intermediate A
Guild repertoire: Intermediate B
Guild repertoire: Intermediate C
Guild repertoire: Intermediate D
Guild repertoire: Intermediate E
Guild repertoire: Intermediate F
Guild repertoire: Preparatory A
Guild repertoire: Preparatory B
Guild repertoire: Preparatory C
Guild repertoire: Preparatory D
Guitar student, level 1
Guitars
Gypsy love song

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H

Haake, Gail Martin
Hail, hail the gang’s all here
The half-filled cookie jar
Hamm, Charles E.
Hammer song
Hand me down my walkin’ cane
Handel, George Frideric
Hanon, Charles Louis
Hansel and Gretel (libretto)
Happy birthday America
Happy music
Harbor lights
Hard day’s night
Harmony
Harmony: Theory and practice
Harper Valley P.T.A.
Harris, Roy
Harvard dictionary of music
Haskins, James
Havah nagilah
Hawaiian love call (E maliu mai)
Hawaiian songs
Hawaiian wedding song
Haydn, a creative life in music
Haydn, Joseph
Haydn-Schaum, book 1
He’s got the whole world in His hand
He’s only a prayer away
Heart of my heart
Heartaches
Heiden-Röslein (Franz Schubert)
Heilbut, Anthony
Heller, Ruth,
Hensel, Fanny Mendelssohn
Herbert, Victor
Here’s to the women: One hundred songs for and about American women
Herfurth, C. Paul
Hey Jude
Hey, Mr. Banjo
Hindemith, Paul
Hindustan
Hinky dinky parlay voo
Hinson, Maurice
His arms are open to everyone
His eye is on the sparrow
His love
The history of musical instruments
A history of western music, revised edition
A history of western musicth ed.
Hitchcock, Hugh Wiley
Hits of the forties
Hofmann, Richard
Hold the fort
Holst, Imogen
Home on the range
Home on the range (Guion, arranged)
Home sweet home
Honey
The honey song
Hopak
Hoquetus
Hornpipe (from Water music)
Horowitz, Joseph
Hosanna
A hot time in the old town tonight
House of the rising sun
Hovey, Nilo W.
How can you mend a broken heart
How high the moon
How to play blues
How to read braille music
How to teach piano successfully
How we write music
Howard, John Tasker
Howland, Alice
Huffington, Arianna Stassinopoulos
Humoresque, op. 101, no. 7 (Dvořák)
Humperdinck, Engelbert
A hymn is born

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I

I am woman
I asked the Lord
I can’t give you anything but love
I could have danced all night
I don’t know why
I don’t want to set the world on fire
I feel pretty
I found the answer
I got a rhythm
I got plenty o’ nuttin’
I got rhythm
(I got spurs) Jingle jangle jingle
I left my heart in San Francisco
I love Paris
I love thee (Grieg)
I love you truly
I never will marry
I ride an old paint
I surrender, dear
I talk to the trees
I was born about ten thousand years ago
I wish I didn’t love you so
I wonder
I’d rather be a cowboy (Lady’s chains)
I’ll follow the sun
I’ll get by
I’ll see you in Hawaii
I’ll take you home again, Kathleen
I’m alone because I love you
I’ve been working on the railroad
I’ve got a crush on you
I’ve got the whole world on a string
I’ve got you under my skin
Ich liebe dich (Edvard Grieg)
Ida
Ida! Sweet as apple cider
If I ruled the world
If you’re ready (come go with me)
In a little Spanish town
In my merry Oldsmobile
In seculum viellatoris
In the evening by the moonlight
In the gloaming
In the good old summertime
In the shade of the old apple tree
In the still of the night
Index of braille music signs
The infinite variety of music
Informal get-together songs, selections
Informal get-together songs, vol. 1
Inspirational songs
The interpretation of early music
Introduction to braille music transcription
Introduction to contemporary music
An introduction to music for the blind student, part 1
An introduction to music for the blind student, part 2
Introduction to the piano for blind students, book 1
Introduction to the piano for blind students, book 2
Iowa corn song
Irene goodnight
It ain’t necessarily so
It was a very good year
It’s a big wide wonderful world
It’s a small world
It’s been a long, long time

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J

Jacob’s ladder
Janáček, Leoš
Jazz and contemporary chord symbol reading for the blind pianist
Jazz for piano, book 2
Jazz: A history
Jealous
Jeanie with the light brown hair
Jefferson, Alan
Jenůfa (libretto)
Jenkins, Edward W.
Jesse James
Jesu, joy of man’s desiring
Jingle bells
Joe Bowers
John Brimhall’s exercises in rhythm
John Charles Thomas album of favorite songs and arias
John Peel
John Thompson’s adult preparatory piano book
John Thompson’s modern course for the piano: First grade book
John Thompson’s modern course for the piano: Third grade book
John W. Schaum piano course: B, the blue book
John W. Schaum piano course: C, the purple book
John W. Schaum piano course: D, the orange book
John W. Schaum piano course: E, the violet book
John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: The boogie book
John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: Cowboy book
John W. Schaum solo piano albums for the young student: Folk songs
Johnson, J. Rosamond
Jolly holiday
Jones, George Thaddeus
Joplin, Scott
Joshua fought the battle of Jericho
The joy of Bach
The joy of music
The joy of piano
Joys and sorrows: Reflections
Juanita
Just a song at twilight
Just for today
Just you and I

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K

Kabalevsky, Dmitry Borisovich
Kahl, Rachel Beatty
Kasschau, Howard
Katya Kabanova (libretto)
Kennan, Kent Wheeler
Keyboard cavalcade of famous music
Khovanshchina (libretto)
Kinderszenen (scenes from childhood), op. 15
King of the road
Kingman, Daniel
Kinyon, John
Kirkpatrick, Ralph
Kleine Präludien, BWV 927 in F major (Johann Sebastian Bach)
Kobbé, Gustav
Kolinski, Mieczyslaw
Konowitz, Bert
Kopprasch, G.
Kreisler, Fritz
Krolick, Bettye

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La Forrest, H.
La Montaine, John
Laas, W.E.
Lamento (H. Duparc)
Lamken, Natalie
Land of mine (A. Gretchaninoff)
Lang, Paul Henry
Lange, Gustav
Largo
Lasciatemi morire (Monteverdi)
The last rose of summer
Laugh! Clown! Laugh!
Leavin’ on a jet plane
Lee, Lester
Lee, Ronny
Leff, Aaron N.
Leff, Joy Pauline
Leff, Ruth B.
Leidig, Vernon F.
Leinsdorf, Erich
Lento religioso from Nocturne, op. 15, no. 3 (Chopin)
Leoncavallo, Ruggiero
Let a smile be your umbrella
Let it be
Let me entertain you
Let me entertain you (various songs)
Let us have music, vol. 1
Let us have music, vol. 2
Let’s all sing
Let’s call the whole thing off
Let’s go caroling!
Levy, Rita
Lewis, George H.
Lexicon of musical invective
Lichtenstein, Grace
Liebesfreud (Love’s joy)
Liebestraum
Liebestraum (A dream of love): Nocturne no. 3 in A-flat (Liszt)
Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words)
Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words), op. 53
Lift ev’ry voice and sing
Lily (VanderCook)
Linden Lea (Vaughan Williams)
Listening to jazz
Liszt, Franz
A little bitty tear
Little brown jug
Little girl
Little green apples
The little Hanon
Little junior hymnbook, book 1
Liza
Lloyd, Norman
Lockspieser, Edward
Lohengrin (libretto)
Longyear, Rey Morgan
Look to the rainbow
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord’s prayer
The Lord’s prayer (Malotte)
Lorenz, Ellen Jane
Louise
Love
Love and blues songs
Love is blue (L’amour est bleu)
Love is here to stay
Love is sweeping the country
Lovely hula girl
Luboff, Norman
Lucia di Lammermoor (libretto)
Lyra (VanderCook)
Lyric pieces for the young (Dello Joio)

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Ma (he’s making eyes at me)
MacDowell, Edward
Machlis, Joseph
Madama Butterfly (libretto)
Mademoiselle de Paree
Makin’ whoopee
Malm, Willliam P.
Malone, Bill C.
Malotte, Albert Hay
Mame
The man I love
Man on the flying trapeze
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo
Manon (libretto)
Marcello, Benedetto
March (Purcell)
Marche (Lefébure-Wély)
Marching bells
Margie
Maria
Maria Callas, the woman behind the legend
Marine’s hymn
Marks, John
Married (Heiraten)
Martin, George Whitney
Mary Lou
Mary’s a grand old name
Mascagni, Pietro
Massenet, Jules
Master series for the young (Chopin)
Masterworks for clarinet and piano
Matchmaker, matchmaker
Maybe
Mazurka, op. 7, no. 1 (Chopin)
Mazurka, op. 67, no. 2 (Chopin)
Mazurka, op. 67, no. 4 (Chopin)
Mazurka, op. 68, no. 2 (Chopin)
Mazurka, op. 68, no. 3 (Chopin)
McGehee, Thomasine (Cobb)
McLain, Raymond Kane
Medieval to modern: Repertoire for the Lyon-Healy troubadour harp
Meet me in St. Louis
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (libretto)
Mel Bay folio of graded guitar solos
Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 1
Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 2
Mel Bay modern guitar method: Grade 3
Melcher, Robert A.
The melodies for piano
Melodious and progressive studies, book 1
Memoirs (Georg Solti)
Men of Pennsylvania
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix
Menke, Edward H.
Menotti, Gian Carlo
Menuet from L’Arlésienne, suite no. 2
Menuhin, Yehudi
The Messiah: an oratorio
Michelle
The midnight sun will never set
Mikrokosmos, vol. 1
Milligan, Samuel
Mine
Miniature masterpieces for violin and piano (first position)
Minnesota, march on
Minuet from Haffner music, K. 250 (Mozart)
Minuet, K. 2, F major (Mozart)
A miracle happened to me (It could happen to you)
Mister sandman
Mists (O. Respighi)
Moon of Manakoora
Moon River
Moonlight sonata
More New Orleans jazz styles
Mornin’ beautiful
Mouquet, Jules
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart: His character, his work
Müller, J. Frederick
Müller-Rusch string method: Cello, book 1
Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 1, lessons 1–30
Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 2, lessons 31–60
Müller-Rusch string method: Violin, book 4, advanced lessons
Music and the imagination,
Music cultures of the Pacific, the Near East, and Asia
Music for piano, book 2
Music for score reading
Music in Europe and the United States: A history
Music in the Baroque era
Music in the Classic period
Music in the Middle Ages
Music in the Renaissance
Music in the Romantic era
Music in the twentieth century
Music in the United States
Music is my mistress
The music of black Americans: A history
The music of George Gershwin
The music of John Denver
Music theory
Music through the centuries
The music tree
Music, my love
Music: Adventures in listening
Music: A design for listening
Musical gumbo: The music of New Orleans
Musical stages: An autobiography
Musser, Willard I.
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich
My America, your America
My Bonnie
My bonnie lies over the ocean
My desire
My favorite program album
My first Christmas book
My heart belongs to daddy
My horses ain’t hungry
My island paradise
My mammy
My old Kentucky home
My own home
My shining hour
My sweet lady
My sweetheart’s the man in the moon
My way of life
My wild Irish rose
My young years
The myrtle (E. MacDowell)

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Navy blue and gold
Nel cor píu (Paisiello)
Nettl, Bruno
Never my love
Never on Sunday
Never smile at a crocodile
Nevin, Mark
New directions, approaches to
contemporary piano idioms
The new encyclopedia of the opera
New Orleans jazz styles
The New York Philharmonic guide to the symphony
Nice work if you can get it
Nineteenth-century Romanticism in music
Nola (Arndt)
Noona, Walter
Norma (libretto)
Northwestern push on song
The Norton scores: an anthology for listening, vol. 1
Norwegian wood
The notation of polyphonic music 900–1600
Notre Dame victory march
Now and forever: Popular standards, book 1
Now and forever: Popular standards, book 2
Now is the hour
Now thank we all our God
Nowhere man
Le nozze di Figaro (The marriage of Figaro) (libretto)

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O du mein holder Abendstern (romance) (Wagner)
O sole mio
Of thee I sing
Oh my darling Clementine
Oh! Susanna
Oh, lady be good
Oh, promise me
Old Dan Tucker
The old gray mare
Old Joe Clark
The old piano roll blues
Ole buttermilk sky
On a Sunday afternoon
On our way: C flute
On the banks of the Wabash
On top of Old Smoky
Once upon a dream
One hand, one heart
One hundred twenty-five songs for group singing
One more aloha
One-hand piano method for beginners
op. 40, no. 2, A minor
Operatic anthology: Celebrated arias by old and modern composers, vol. 4, baritone
Organ literature: A comprehensive survey
Organ registration in theory and practice
Original melodious and progressive studies for the beginning flutist
Oscar Sonneck and American music
Otello (libretto)
Ottman, Robert W.
Our love and aloha (When the Lurline sails away)
Our singing nation
Ouverture (from Fireworks music)
Over the waves
The Oxford book of wedding music for manuals

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Pace, Robert
Pagliacci (libretto)
Palmer, Willard A.
Papini, Guido
Parades, op.
Pari siamo (recitative) (Verdi)
Partita for solo violin, BWV 1002, B minor (Bach)
Partridge, Joan
Passing through
A passion for polka
Pauly, Reinhard G.
Pavane pour une infante defunte
Pavarotti, Luciano
Pavarotti: My own story
Pearly shells (Pupu o ewa)
Pearson, Bruce
Peer Gynt suite no. 1, op. 46
Pelléas et Mélisande (libretto)
Pennsylvania polka
People and music
Persichetti, Vincent
Perspectives in music theory
Peter Grimes (libretto)
Peter Nero plays Summer of ’ 42, Gershwin and others
Peter Pan
Petersen, A.C.
Petrie, H.W.
Peyser, Joan
Piano duets, level 2 (Glover)
Piano for adults, book 1,
Piano literature of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, book 3
Piano literature of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, book 4, part A
Piano music collection, nos. 1, and 3
Piano progress
Piano repertoire, level 1
Piano repertoire, level 3
Piano repertoire, primer level
Piano solo album: Originals and arrangements, album 1
Piano solo album: Originals and arrangements, album 2
Piano student, level 4
Piano technic, level 1
Piano-playing mechanism
Pieck, Stephanie
Pigalle
Piston, Walter
Playlets for young pianists
Pleasants, Henry
Podolsky, Leo
Poem (Fibich)
Poems for piano, vol. 2
Poems, prayers, and promises
Pop goes the weasel
Popular and classical themes
Popular sacred songs
Popular show tunes
Popular waltz favorites
Porter, Cole
Practical Italian vocal method
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!
Praise to the Lord
Prayer (Hugo Wolf)
The prayer perfect
The preacher
Prelude (from the Te Deum) (Charpentier)
Prelude in C
Prelude, op. 28, no. 1 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 2 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 3 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 6 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 7 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 8 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 9 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 10 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 13 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 15 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 18 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 20 (Chopin)
Preludes, op. 28, no. 20–21 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 22 (Chopin)
Prelude, op. 28, no. 23 (Chopin)
Preludes, op. 28—selections (Chopin)
Prentice, Harold F.
Prière du matin (the morning prayer) from Album pour enfants (Tchaikovsky)
Primer of braille music signs
Prince of Denmark’s march (Clarke)
Puccini, Giacomo
Pucelete
Purcell
Purcell to Mozart: Fifty-one piano solos in their original form
(Put your heart in the Bible) Keep the Bible in your heart

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Que bonita bandera
Quiet village

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Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head
The rake’s progress (libretto)
Ramblin’ rose
Rambling wreck of Georgia Tech
Rampal, Jean Pierre
Ravel, Maurice
Real live girl
Recital time U.S.A.: Nineteen piano solos by American composers
The recorder book
Red River Valley
Reese, Gustave
Reich, Nancy B
Religious favorites
Reuben and Rachel
Rhapsody in blue
Rhymes and reasons
Rigoletto (libretto)
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
Ring, Robert J.
Der Ring des Nibelungen (libretto)
Roach, Hildred
Rock and roll
Rock with jazz, book 1
Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody
Rockwell, John
Rocky Mountain high
Rodgers, Richard
Romeo and Juliet (libretto)
Rosalie
Rosas, Juventino
Rose, Al
Rosen, Charles
Der Rosenkavalier (libretto)
Roses of Picardy
Rossi, Nick
Rossini, Gioacchino
Rossiter, Frank R.
Rowley, Alec
Rubank advanced method for French horn, vol. 1
Rubank elementary method: Drums
Rubank elementary method: Flute or piccolo
Rubank intermediate method for cello
Rubinstein, Artur
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
Rusch, Harold W.
Russell, Armand

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Sabbath chimes
Sachs, Curt
Sacred music, level 2
Saint Anthony chorale (Haydn)
Saint-Saëns, Camille
Salzer, Felix
Santa Lucia
Santa Lucia: Neapolitan song
Sarabande and vivace (Handel)
Satie, Erik
Saviour, like a shepherd lead us
Say, has anybody seen my sweet Gypsy Rose
Scales: Major and minor scales
Scarlatti, Domenico
Schaum, John W.
Scher, William
Scherer, Barrymore Laurence
Scherzo, by Beethoven
Schirmer’s select piano music for advanced grades
Schirmer’s select piano pieces for intermediate grades
Schmidt, Jan
Schonberg, Harold C.
Schubert, Franz
Schubert: A musical portrait
Schumann, Robert
Schwartz, Charles
Scott Joplin
Scott Joplin rags
Se tu mami, se sospiro (Pergolesi)
Sea breeze
Second sonata, op. 120, no. 2 (Brahms)
Second star to the right
Sedlon accordion method, book 1-B
Sedlon, J.H.
Seeger, Pete
Selected Christmas songs
Selected hymns in large type
Selected sonatas, by Scarlatti
Selmer band manual
Senaillé, Jean Baptiste
Sentimental journey
September and nostalgic songs
September song
Serenade (Mozart)
La serenade (Schubert)
Seroff, Victor Ilyitch
Service Book and Hymnal
Seven centuries of solo-song, vol. 6
Seven sonatas (Handel)
Seventeen Irish songs
Shall we dance
Shaw, Stella
She’ll be comin’ ’round the mountain
Sheik of Araby
Shenandoah
Shores, Richard
A short history of opera
Short piano pieces (Mozart)
Siciliano (Bach)
Sidewalks of New York
Siegfried (libretto)
Silent night
Silver threads among the gold
Simon Boccanegra (libretto)
Simon, George Thomas
Simpson, Anne Key
Sinfonia, by Bach
Sing a sad song: The life of Hank Williams
Sing a smiling song
Sing a song
Singalong standards
Sing-a-longs
Singing keys, book 1
Singing keys, book 3
Singing keys, book 4
Six pieces for children for piano, op. 72 (Mendelssohn)
Six sonatas for violin and piano (Handel)
Six sonatas for violin solo, nos. 5 and 6; vol. 3 (Bach)
Six sonatinas, op. 36 (Clementi)
Sixty selected studies for French horn
Sketches
Skills and drills, companion book
Skip to my Lou
Skumps
Sleepy lagoon
Slobin, Mark
Slonimsky, Nicolas
Snowman, Daniel
Soldier’s march
Solid rock
Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, advancing elementary, book 2
Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, early elementary, book 1
Solo repertoire for the young pianist: Piano method book, early elementary, book 2
Solti, Georg
Somebody bigger than you and I
Somebody loves me
Someone to watch over me
Something’s coming
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
Somewhere
Sonata (Mendelssohn)
Sonata for solo violin, BWV 1001, G minor (Bach)
Sonata for solo violin, BWV 1003, A minor (Bach)
Sonata forms
Sonata in B-flat major for piano (Haydn)
Sonata in C major for piano (Haydn)
Sonata in F major (Benedetto)
Sonata in G minor, op. 49, no. 1 (Beethoven)
Sonata no. 1 in C major, K. 279 (Mozart)
Sonata no. 4 in E-flat major for piano, K. 28, Mozart
Sonata quasi una fantasia, op. 27, no. 2 (Beethoven)
Sonata, K. 545, C major, Mozart
Sonata, op. 12, no. 3, for violin and piano (Beethoven)
Sonatas, K. 570, B-flat major, Mozart
Sonatina for piano (Bartók)
Sonatina, C major, op. 36, no. 1 (Clementi)
Song of the harvesters (G. Faure)
Song of the islands
Songs for pianoforte (Hensel)
Songs for singing
Songs from Norway (Grieg)
Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore
Soon
The sound of light: A history of gospel music
Source readings in music history
Southern, Eileen
Spanish eyes
Speak softly love (love theme from The godfather) 4
Spectrum
Spinet organ, book
Spiritual songs
Spring (from The four seasons)(Vivaldi)
Stagolee
Standard of excellence, Book 1, Clarinet
Standard of excellence: B-flat tenor saxophone, book 2
Standard of excellence: E-flat alto saxophone, book 1
Standard of excellence: Flute, book 1
Standard of excellence: Trombone, book 1
Ständchen (Serenade) (Schubert)
Star dust
Stars and stripes forever
Star-spangled banner
Starwood in Aspen
Stecher, Melvin
Steiner, William F.
Stella by starlight
Step lively: March
Stephen Foster, America’s troubadour
Stormy weather
The story of rock
Strangest dream
Strauss, Johann
Strauss, Richard
Stravinsky, Igor
Streets of Laredo
Strike up the band
String builder: Belwin course for strings, book 1
String method
Stringfield, R.W.
Strings for Noel
Strunk, Oliver
Student instrumental course: Clarinet student
Study war no more
Summertime
Sunrise, sunset
Sunshine of Paradise Alley
Sunshine on my shoulders
Super standards: Easy piano
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Swanee
Sweet Adeline
Sweet hour of prayer
Sweet Lorraine
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Sweet Sue
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Swing low, sweet chariot
Swingin’ technic
Symphonic music: Its evolution since the Renaissance

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Tactile music notation
Taesch, Richard
Take five
Take me home country roads
Take me home, country roads
Take me tomorrow
Tangerine
Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é!
A taste of honey
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich
Tchaikovsky: The early years
Tcherepnin, Alexander
Teachers’ choice, Book 1 and 3
The technique of orchestration
The Ten Commandments
Tenderly
Tenement songs: The popular music of the Jewish immigrants
That wonderful someone
That’s amore
That’s my desire
Thayer’s life of Beethoven
Thayer, Alexander Wheelock
Theme and variations (Papini)
Theme from Summer of ’
There goes Kealoha
There is a tavern in the town
There is no place like Nebraska
There will never be another you
(There’ll be blue birds over) The white cliffs of Dover
There’s a small hotel
There’s music in the air
There’s someone to help you
They all laughed
They all played ragtime
They can’t take that away from me
They just can’t stop it (the games people play)
(They long to be) Close to you
Think on me (Scott)
Third assembled book of pieces we like to play
Thirty negro spirituals
This guy’s in love with you
This is a great country
This is my country
This land is your land
Thompson, Charles
Thompson, John
Thoroughly modern Millie
Those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer
Three gymnopedies
Three part inventions
Three songs
Through the years: Golden standards
Tiajuana tax
Tick, Judith
Tie a yellow ribbon ’round the ole oak tree
Tiny bubbles
Tirro, Frank
To the evening star (Tannhäuser) (Wagner)
Tom Dooley
Tomorrow belongs to me
Tonal harmony in concept and practice
Tone deaf and all thumbs? An invitation to music-making
Tone poems for strings
Tonight
Top pops
Tosca (libretto)
Touch a hand, make a friend
Toyland
Trapp Family Singers
Travelogues of melody
La traviata (libretto)
Tremblay, Laurence
Tristan and Isolde (libretto)
Il trovatore (libretto)
True love
Trumpet concerto in E-flat major (Haydn)
Trumpet tune (Purcell)
Trumpet voluntary (Stanley)
Trumpet voluntary in D (Boyce)
Try to remember
Tu lo sai (Torelli)
A tune a day for viola
A tune a day, book 1, elementary
Tune time, part B
Turandot (libretto)
Twelve minuets (Beethoven)
Twentieth-century harmony
Twenty-five easy and progressive studies, op. 100
Twenty-four Italian songs and arias of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Twenty-four short concert pieces for flute and piano
Two part inventions

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Ulrich, Homer
Understanding Toscanini
Unfinished journey
Up, up, and away

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Vaccai, Nicola
VanderCook, Hale A.
Variations (from Organ concerto op. 4, no. 1)
Variations, op. 33 (Weber)
Variations, op. 40, no. 1, D major
Vaughan Williams
Vaughan Williams, Ralph
Vaya con dios
Verdi, Giuseppe
Verdi: His music, life, and times
Victor Herbert made easy for the piano
Violin concerto no. 2 (Bartók)
Violin sonata, op. 73 (Brahms)
Violins and violinists
The virtuoso pianist, book
Visual band method for wind and percussion instruments: B-flat clarinet
Vocal selections from West side story
Voi che sapete (Mozart)
Voxman, Himie

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Wagner, Richard
Wait ’til the sun shines, Nellie
Wait for the wagon
Waldszenen (forest scenes), op. 82
Walk hand in hand
Walking in rhythm
Die Walküre (libretto)
Walsh, Mary E.
Walt Disney’s songland
Waltz, B. 44, E major (Chopin)
Waltz, B. 56, E minor (Chopin)
Waltz, B. 150, A minor (Chopin)
Waltz in E 10
Waltz, op. 43, no. 1 (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 42, A-flat major (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 64, no. 2 (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 69, no. 1 (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 70, no. 1, G-flat major (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 70, no. 2 (Chopin)
Waltz, op. 70, no. 3, D-flat major (Chopin)
Ward, Sylvan D.
Washington Post march
Wayfaring stranger
We can work it out
We shall not be moved
We’ll to the woods (C. Griffes)
Wearing of the green
Weber, Fred
Wedding bell blues
Wedding march (from A midsummer night’s dream)
Wedding march from Lohengrin
Welk, Lawrence
Wendland, A.F.
Wenner, Hilda E.
West side story
Westrup, J.A.
What a friend we have in Jesus
What kind of fool am I?
What to listen for in music
Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera)
When I first came to this land
When I made my decision
When Johnny comes marching home
When Johnny comes marching home again
When you’re smiling
While strolling through the park
Whiskey basin blues
White, William Braid
Who cares? (so long as you care for me)
Who’s afraid of braille music
Who’s sorry now
A widow bird sat mourning (B. Treharne)
The wild horseman (Schumann)
Wilder, Alec
Wildman, Arthur Wesley
Williams, Ernest S.
Williams, Roger
Wilson, Frank R.
Winema (Williams, E.S.)
With God’s hand in mine
With your own two hands: Self-discovery through music
Wollitz, Kenneth
Women making music: The western art tradition
Wonderful words of life
Woodland sketches, op. 51
The world is waiting for the sunrise
The world of musical comedy
The world of Plácido Domingo
The world of popular music: Folk and country

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Yakety sax
Yankee doodle dandy
Yellow bird (Luboff)
Yellow rose of Texas
Yesterday
Yesterdays: Popular song in America
Yoder, Paul
Yon, Pietro A.
You call everybody darling
You can fly! You can fly! You can fly!
You can’t be true dear
You’d be so nice to come home to
You’ll never go home
You’re a grand old flag
Young man who wouldn’t hoe corn

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Zackary and Jennifer
Die Zauberflöte (libretto)
Zeitlin, Poldi,
Zell, Armada
Zetterval, Howard

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