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  1. My Sunny Sue: A Rustic Ballade, music by Geo. Hamilton in 1902, published by Vandersloot Music Co.
  2. Beautiful Star of Heaven, by Louis A. Drumheller in 1905, published by Jos. Morris
  3. Charme d’Amour (Love’s Spell), by Edwin F. Kendall in 1907, published by M. Witmark & Sons
  4. Sicilian Saltarello (Ten Aruarelles for Piano), by F. Paolo Frontini in 1908, published by G. Schirmer
  5. Take Me Out to the Ball Game music, by Albert Von Tilzer in 1908, published by the York Music Co.
  6. Alice, by J. Ascher in 1909, published by Eclipse Publishing Co.
  7. Dinah from Carolina, words by Junie McCree, musi cby Albert von Tilzer in 1909, published by The York Music Co.
  8. Garden of Dreams, by Harry J. Lincoln I, 1909, published by Vandersloot Music Publishing Co.
  9. Beautiful Thoughts of Love, by Jerome Heller in 1910, published by Church, Paxson and Company
  10. The Pink Lady: By the Saskatchewan, words by C.M.S. McLellan and music by Ivan Caryll in 1910, published by Chappell & Co. Ltd.
  11. Everybody’s Doin’ It Now, by Irving Berlin in 1911, published by Ted Snyder Co.
  12. The Chimes, music by Harry Armstrong in 1912, published by M. Witmark & Sons
  13. That Old Girl of Mine, music by Egbert van Alstyne in 1912, published by Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  14. Passing of Salome Waltz, by Archibald Joyce in 1912, published by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Ltd.
  15. Nights of Gladness, by Charles Ancliffe in 1912, published by Hawkes & Son
  16. *Tonawanda: An Indian Characteristic, by A.F. Marzian in 1913, published by A.F. Marzian, New Albany Ind.
  17. *Native American on the cover
  18. The Curse of an Aching Heart (You Made Me What I am To Day), by Al. Piantadosi in 1913, published by Leo Feist Inc.
  19. Peg O’ My Heart, words by Alfred Bryan and music by Fred Fisher in 1913, published by Leo. Feist Inc.
  20. Egyptian Glide, by Alexander Maloof in 1914, published E.T. Paull Music Co.
  21. Here’s a Rose for You, music by Geo. B. McConnell in 1914, published by Emmett J. Welch
  22. Just for To-Night, by George L. Cobb in 1914, published by Van and Schneck
  23. Congratulations Valse: listed by Victor Talking Machine Co., as Castles Lame Duck Waltz, by James Reese Europe in 1914, published by G. Ricordi & Co.
  24. Just Dreaming of You, by A. H. Eastman and Fred Heltman in 1915, published by The Fred Heltman Co.
  25. Palais de Danse, by various composers in 1914, published by Academic Music Co.
  26. The Bells of St. Mary's, Words by Douglas Furber, Music by E. Emmett Adams in 1917, published by Chappell & Co., Inc.
  27. Star Dance Folio, Compiled and Edited by J. Bodewalt Lampe in 1918, published by Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  28. Dreaming Alone in the Twilight, words by Carl Clemson, music by Hartley Moore in 1919, published by Oliver Ditson Company
  29. I Used to Call her Baby, words and music by Howard Johnson, Murray Roth, and Cliff Hess in 1919, published by Leo Feist Inc.
  30. Scarf Dance, by C. Chaminade in 1920s, published by Eclipse Publishing Co.
  31. Hold Me (Ziegfeld Follies of 1920), by Art Hickman and Ben Black in 1920, published by Jerome H. Remick and Co.
  32. I Want the Twilight and You, Words by Arthur J. Lamb, Music by Charles H. Maskell in 1920, published by Morris Music Pub. Co.
  33. Oh! How I Miss You Mammy, words by M.C. Freedman and music by H.D. Squiers in 1920, published by A.J.Stasny Music Co.
  34. Waves of the Danube (Valurile Dunari), Dance Music, by Joseph Ivanovici in 1920, published by McKinley Music Co.
  35. When Love Comes to Your Heart, from the Quaint Musical Comedy Little Miss Charity, music by S. R. Henry and M. Savin in 1920, published by Jos. W. Stern & Co.
  36. Wang-Wang-Blues, Words by Leo Wood, Music by Gus. Mueller, "Buster" Johnson, Henry Busse, in 1921, published by Leo Feist Inc.
  37. I'm Through (Shedding Tears over You), Lyrics by Karyl Norman, Music by Edwin J. Weber, in 1922, published by Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  38. I Want to Be Loved Like a Baby, by William Witol in 1923, published by American Music Pub. Co.
  39. She Can't Say No, words by Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer in 1925, published by Henry Waterson, Inc.
  40. Lay Me Down To Sleep In Carolina, by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager in 1926, published by Ager. Yellen & Bornstein Inc., New York.
  41. *My Cutey’s Due at Two-to-Two To-Day, music by Leo Robin, Albert von Tilzer and Irving Bibo in 1926, published by Bibo, Bloedon & Lang
  42. Stars Are the Windows of Heaven, by Tommy Malie and Jimmy Steiger in 1926, published by Pickwick Music Corporation
  43. When Day is Done, words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Dr. Robert Katscher in 1926, published by Harms Incorporated
  44. Universal Dance Folio for Piano, arranged by Irving Berlin Inc. in 1927, published by Irving Berlin Inc.
  45. There’s Something Nice About Everyone “But” There’s Everything Nice About You, music by Pete Wendling in 1927, published by Henry Waterson Inc.
  46. Have a Little Faith in Me: from Spring is here, a first national Vitaphone production , lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young and music by Harry Warren in 1930, published by Remick Music Corp.
  47. Parlez-moi d’amour, words and music by Jean Lenoir in 1930, published by SMYTH
  48. Something to Remember You By: Three's a Crowd, music and lyrics by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz in 1930, published by Harms Incorporated
  49. Carolina’s Calling Me, by Bob Charles in 1931, published by Santly Bros., Inc. New York City.
  50. Through the Years, words by Edward Heyman, music by Vincent Youmans, and sung by Gladys Swarthout in 1931, published by Miller Music Corporation
  51. The Wedding of Jack and Jill, music by J. Fred Coots in 1935, published by Leo Feist Inc.
  52. But Where Are You?, lyrics and music by Irving Berlin in 1936, published by Irving Berlin Inc.
  53. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand), featured by Priscilla Lane and Wayne Morris in in 1937, published by Harms Inc.
  54. Donkey Serenade, by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart in 1937, published by G. Schirmer, Inc.
  55. Will You Remember (Sweetheart) solo, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Sigmund Romberg in 1937, published by G. Schirmer, Inc.
  56. This May Be the Night, by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel in 1938, published by Leo Feist Inc.
  57. Our Love, by Larry Clinton, Buddy Bernier, Bob Emmerich in 1939, published by Chappell & Co., Inc.
  58. Shortnin' Bread, arranged by Fred K. Huffer in 1939, puglished by Calumet Music Co.
  59. Don't Sweetheart Me, by Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias in 1943, published by Advanced Music Corporation
  60. A Penny a Kiss- A Penny a Hug, sung by The Andrews Sisters in 1950, words and music by Buddy Kaye and Ralph Care, published by Shapiro. Bernstein & Co. Inc.
  61. A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl, by Bob Merrill, 1956, published by Valyr Music Corp.
  62. Sayonara, words and music by Irving Berlin in 1957, published by Iriving Berlin Music corporation
  63. Proud Mary, words and music by John C. Fogerty, recorded by Ike and Tina Turner in 1969, published by Jondora Music
  64. At Seventeen, words and music by Janis Ian in 1974, published by April Music Inc. and Mine Music Ltd.,
  65. Chord Organ Music Pops No. 4, arranged by Howard Norman in 1977
  66. Woman in Love, written by Barry and Robin Gibb, recorded by Barbra Streisand in 1980, published by Theodore Presser Company
  67. Twist My Arm, recorded by the Pointer Sisters in 1985, words and music by Bruce Roberts and Andy Goldmark, published by Boozertoones, Inc. and Nonpareil Music, Inc.
  68. Can't Forget You, words and music by Jorge Casa, Clay Ostwald, and Jon Secada, recorded by Gloria Estefan in 1990, published by Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Inc./Estefan Enterprises
  69. Walking Down Mainstreet, by John Paul Jones in 1990, published by Schaum Publications, Inc.
  70. When I Said I Do, recorded by Clint Black with words and music by Clint Black in 1999, published by Warner Bros. Publications
  71. Boyfriend, recorded by Ashlee Simpson, words and music by Ashlee Simpson, John Shanks, and Kara Dioguardi in 2005, published by EMI Music Publishing
  72. Deja Vu Beyonce, recorded by Beyonce, words and music by Makeba Riddick, Rodney Jerkins, Shawn Carter, John Webb Jr., Beyonce Knowles, Delisha Thomas, and Kelly Price in 2006, published by EMI Music Publishing
  73. Meditation for the Piano, by C.S. Morrison, published by The John Church Company
  74. Orvetta Waltz, by E.B. Spencer, published by Eclipse Publishing Co.
  75. Dance Music, First Series, Waves of the Danube.Valurile Dunari) by J. Ivanovici, undated