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Jing a bula jing jing :[enregistrement sonore] /chanson de genreBeaudry, traducteur ; Jerome, musique.Hector Pellerin, baryton avec orchestre.Starr.
Mon chant d'amour (All through the day) /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern ; Alys Robi.Alys Robi, chant avec orchestre.
La dernière lettre :[enregistrement sonore] /sur l'air de "[Just a] baby's prayer at twilight [(for her daddy over there)]"Gury, traducteur ; Jerome, musique.Hector Pellerin, baryton avec piano.Victor.
Jinga bula jing jing[enregistrement sonore] /Jerome, musique ; Brisson, [paroles françaises] ; [Lewis, Sam M., paroles anglaises] ; [Young, paroles anglaises].Hector Pellerin, baryton avec orchestre.Victor.
I'm On My Way To RenoJerome; Schwartz.Billy Murray; With Orchestra.
That Old Irish Mother Of MineJerome; Von Tilzer Jerome; Von Tilzerringle Jerome; Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio; With Orchestra.
Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Collins with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Hamlet was a melancholy dane /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Honey on our honeymoon /Schwartz, music ; [Jerome, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Feather your nest /Kendis, Brockman, Johnson ; [performed by] Albert Campbell, Henry Burr, saxophone solo, Rudy Wiedoeft. Old pal why don't you answer me? / Lewis, Young ; Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr.Side A: Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, duet, with orchestra and saxophone solo by Rudy Wiedoeft ; Side B: Henry Burr, tenor, with orchestra.
I'm unlucky /[Schwartz, music ; Jerome, lyrics].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Bill :from "Show boat" /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Artie Shaw and his orchestra.
So rare =Tan raro : fox trot /Jack Sharpe, Jerry Herst. (My love is in Kalua) Little heaven of the seven seas = Cielito de los seite mares : fox trot / Jack Scholl, M.K. Jerome.Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; vocal refrain by Carmen Lombardo (1st work) ; by trio (2nd work).
Get out and get under the moon /Tobias ; Jerome ; Shay.Pelham Inn Society Orchestra; Harold Lambert, vocal chorus.
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town, or, I don't like them minstrel folks /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
Melodious jazz /Merrill, lyrics ; Jerome, music.American Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
A Little Bunch Of ShamrocksHarry Von Tilzer.Edgar Stoddard; Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
I'm simply crazy over you /Goetz, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Schwartz, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
Raggedy Ann :(from "Stepping Stones") /Caldwell ; Kern.Master Players.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Percy Wenrich, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jack Mahoney, lyrics].Peerless Quartet with orchestra accompaniment.Brunswick.
Bill /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Artie Shaw and his orchestra ; Helen Forrest.
Bedelia /[Jean Schwartz, music] ; [William Jerome].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Mr. Dooley /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Rock-a-bye lullaby mammy and jinga - bula /Donaldson ; Jerome ; Evans.Mario Perri (Accordion solo).
Blooming Lize /[Matt C. Woodward, lyrics ; Ben J. Jerome, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
I still suits me /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.
All The Things You AreJerome Kern.Maynard Ferguson; Charlie Barnet; Orchestra.
Make believe /Jerome Kern ; Oscar Hammerstein II.Jan Garber and his orchestra ; Roy Cordell.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney ; Jerome, [William] ; Wenrich.Peerless Quartette with orchestra accompaniment.Okeh.
We won't go home until morning /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan. W. Quinn.Berliner.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight /Lewis [lyrics] ; Young [lyrics] ; Jerome [music]Henry Burr
Any old place I can hang my hat is home, sweet home to me /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Burt Shepard.Berliner.
Smoke Gets In Your EyesJerome Kern; Otto Harbach.Guy Lombardo; His Royal Canadians; Tony Craig.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
I love the lassies /Caldwell ; Kern.Charles Hart, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Wishes /Jerome. When you first kiss the last girl you love : from A stubborn Cinderella / Howard [and Hough].Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan, baritone and tenor duet [with] orchestra accompaniment [side a]; Henry Burr, tenor solo [with] orchestra accompaniment [side b].Columbia
Let by-gones be by-gones /Grant ; [Harry Williams] ; [Joe Young]. Along the Yukon Trail / M. Kay Jerome ; [Grant Clarke].Henry Burr (as Irving Gillette), tenor (Side A) ; Albert Campbell, tenor (Side A) ; J.W. Meyers, baritone (Side B).Columbia.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Daniel W. Quinn.Berliner.
Mary, dear (some day we will meet again) /Harry De Costa, M. K. Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr. While the years roll by / Lewis, Young ; Austin ; [performed by] Elsie Baker, Elliot Shaw.Henry Burr, tenor ; with orchestra (1st work). Edna Brown (i.e. Elsie Baker), contralto ; Elliott Shaw, baritone ; with orchestra (2nd work).
The song is you /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.
Rock-a-bye baby :including "Not you" ; "Time for kissing" : from "Rock-a-bye baby" /Jerome Kern.Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra.
Smoke Gets In Your EyesJerome Kern; Otto Harbach.Guy Lombardo; His Royal Canadians; Tony Craig.
YesterdaysJerome Kern; Otto Harbach.Fred Waring; His Pennsylvanians; Glee Club; Jane Wilson.
I'm on my way to Reno /Jerome and Schwartz. Oh you blondy / Ed Edwards.Fred Duprez, baritone solo with orchestra accompaniment [side a]; Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accompaniment [side b].Columbia
You're here and I'm here /Jerome D. Kern.Europe's Society Orchestra.
Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Pryor's Band with chorus.Berliner.
Mother hasn't spoke to father since /Jerome ; Schwartz.Billy Murray, [tenor], with orchestra.
You said something /P.G. Wodehouse, lyrics ; Jerome Kern, lyrics and music.Alice Green, soprano ; Harry Macdonough, tenor duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Bungalow in Quogue :the Riviera girl /Jerome Kern.Rachael Grant [i.e. Gladys Rice] and Billy Murray.Edison.
Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man.Jerome Kern; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Fred Waring; Pennsylvanians; Joan Wheatly; Orchestra.
All the things you are /Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein II. [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; fox trot, vocal chorus by Mert Curtis. Long ago (and far away) / Jerome Kern - Ira Gershwin. [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians ; fox trot, vocal chorus by Tony Craig.Guy Lombardo ; Royal Canadians ; Mert Curtis ; Tony Craig.
Mammy's Good-night LullabyJerome; Von Tilzer.Hart; Shaw; With Orchestra.
Where the red, red roses grow /Wm Jerome ; Jean Schwartz.Helen Clark ; Walter J. Van Brunt.Berliner.
Roll along Missouri - medley waltz; introducing "Bella Donna" /Jerome ; Snyder.Green - Arden Orchestra.
Mammy's good-night lullaby /Jerome, lyrics ; Von Tilzer, music.Crescent Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
Rock-a-bye baby /Effie I. Canning. My trundle bed / J.C. Baker.Merle Alcock.
Smoke Gets In Your EyesJerome Kern; Otto Harbach.Glee Club; Fred Waring; His Pennsylvanians.
The magic melody ;The San Francisco fair /Jerome Kern.Victor Military Band.
Can't Help Lovin' Dat ManJerome Kern; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Imogene Lynn; Artie Shaw; His Orchestra.
Look in her eyes /Rourke, lyrics ; Kern, music.George MacFarlane, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Gems from "Sunny" /Harbach ; Hammerstein ; Kern. Gems from "Cocoanuts" / Irving Berlin.Vocals and instrumental accompaniment by Victor Light Opera Company.
Where The Red, Red Roses GrowWm Jerome; Jean Schwartz.Helen Clark; Walter J Van Brunt.Victor.
Down the lane and home again /Jerome, music ; [Leslie, lyrics] ; [Kalmar, lyrics].Samuel Ash, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Ring, ting-a-ling :[from "Over the river" /Jean Schwartz, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Grant Clarke, lyrics].Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Dancing in the dark :fox trot /Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz ; [performed by] Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. When your heart's on fire : smoke gets in your eyes : fox trot / Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern ; [performed by] Artie Shaw and his Gramercy 5.Artie Shaw & his Orchestra (side A) ; Artie Shaw and his Gramercy 5 (side B).
Jerome Kern selection, concl. :Lovely to look at ; Ol' man river ; Who? /Jerome Kern.Charlie Kunz, piano solo with rhythm accompaniment.
I'm A Member Of The Midnight CrewJerome Schwartz.Eddie Morton.
Fires Of FaithJerome.Peerless Quartette; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Bedelia, everybody is singing it /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music ; Bellstedt, arr.].Haydn Quatuor.Berliner.
You said something /Kern.Eldora Stanford, soprano ; Louis J. Winsch, baritone.Pathé.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Row, row, rowMonaco, James V.Arthur Collins.Columbia
Daddy's Little GirlBurke; Gerlach.Henry Jerome; His Orchestra; Hal Barton.
Did he run /Albert Von Tilzer ; Junie McCree. I'm a member of the midnight crew / Jean Schwartz ; William Jerome.Peerless Quartet, Ed Morton.
Dozing /Jerome ; Seymour.Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Oh, Happy DayDon Howard Koplow.Dick Todd; With Chorus; With Instrumental Accompaniment; Jerry Jerome.
Under the honeymoom :from "Mr. Hamlet of Broadway" /Jerome, music ; [Madden, lyrics].Frank C. Stanley, baritone ; Miss [Elise] Stevenson, soprano, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Get out and get under the moon /Tobias ; Jerome ; Shay.Eddie Lewis and his Tropical Serenaders.
A baby's prayer at twilight, or, [Just a baby's prayer at twilight to her daddy over there] /Jerome, music ; [Lewis, lyrics] ; [Young, lyrics].Harry McClaskey, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Pathé.
Left all alone again blues :introducing "Good night boat" from the musical comedy "The night boat" /Jerome Kern.Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra.
Dimples /Hearon ; Kern.Melody Kings.Berliner.
I will always love you, as I do to-day /Friedman ; sung by Frances Fisher, Henry Burr. Where's the girl for me? : from "The lady in red" / Kern ; sung by Frederick Wheeler.Frances Fisher, soprano (Side A) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side A) ; Frederick J. Wheeler, bass (Side B).Columbia.
Head over heels :medley ; The big show ; Head over heels /Jerome Kern.Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra ; Hugo Frey ; Frank Banta.
Ka-lu-a /Jerome Kern.Blue Diamond Dance Orchestra, Hawaiin guitar effect by Virginia Burt.
You said something /P.G. Wodehouse, lyrics ; Jerome Kern, lyrics and music.Alice Green, soprano ; Harry Macdonough, tenor duet with orchestra.Victor.
I love you just like Lincoln loved the old red, white and blue /Jean Schwartz.Peerless Quartet.Edison.
All the things you are (from the musical "Very warm for May") /Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians with vocal by Mert Curtis. There's yes yes in your eyes / Joseph H. Santly-Cliff Friend, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians with vocal trio by Carmen Lombardo-Mert Curtis-Fred Higman.Guy Lombardo ; Mert Curtis ; Carmen Lombardo ; Fred Higman ; Royal Canadians.
Sally Green (the village vamp) /Kalmar ; Ruby ; Jerome ; White.Billy Jones.Berliner.
All The Things You Are.Oscar Hammerstein 2nd; Jerome Kern.Tommy Dorsey; His Orchestra; Jack Leonard.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight [(for her daddy over there)] /[Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music].[Henry] Burr.Columbia Indestructible.
Sweet Kentucky lady, dry your eyes /Hirsch. When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose / Wenrich.Frank Coombs and Ernest Aldwell, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment (1st work) ; Columbia Stellar Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices (2nd work).Columbia
Get out and get under the moon /Tobias ; Jerome ; Shay.Billy James and His Serenaders.
The night has a thousand eyes :from Paramount Pictures "The Night has a thousand eyes" /Jerry Brainin - Buddy Bernier [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadaians ; Beguine vocal chorus by Don Rodney. Mademoiselle Hortensia / Louisguy - Jacques Plante [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadaians ; instrumental waltz featuring Fritz Kreitzer and Paul Rickenbach at the twin pianos.Guy Lombardo ; Don Rodney ; Fritz Kreitzer ; Paul Rickenbach ; Royal Canadians.
Mister Dooley, or, Mr. Dooley /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
All The Things You AreJerome Kern; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Fred Waring; His Pennsylvanians; Glee Club.
Old pal, why don't you answer me? /Lewis, Young ; Jerome ; [performed by] Henry Burr. When you're gone I won't forget / Ivan Reid ; Peter De Rose ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet.Side A: Henry Burr (tenor) with orchestra, Rosario Bourdon (conductor) ; Side B: Peerless Quartet with orchestra, Rosario Bourdon (conductor).
Some sort of somebody /Kern ; sung by Grace Nash, Edgar Stoddard. You'll always be the same sweet baby / Brown ; sung by Louis [sic] McMahon, Henry Burr.Grace Kerns (as Grace Nash), soprano (Side A) ; Andrea Sarto (as Edgar Stoddard), baritone (Side A) ; Louise McMahon, soprano (Side B) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
My Irish Molly-O /Jean Schwartz, music ; Willam Jerome, lyrics.Arthur Collins, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Who? /Jerome Kern, music ; [Otto Harbach, lyrics] ; [Oscar Hammerstein, lyrics].Vera Guilaroff.Compo.
Auld Lang Syne.Henry Jerome; His Orch ; Glee Club.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
A Baby's Prayer At Twilight.Jerome.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Poor Little Butterfly.Lewis; Young; Jerome.Irving Kaufman; Jack Kaufman; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Can't help lovin' dat man /Oscar Hammerstein, II ; Jerome Kern.Bunny Berigan and his orchestra.
You're here and I'm here /Kern. The walla walla man / Bennett.Ed Morton, baritone (1st work) ; Peerless Quartette (2nd work) ; with orchestra.Columbia.
Napoleon - part I /Kern.Billy B. Van ; Peerless Quartette.Columbia.
In blinky, winky, chinky, Chinatown /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Peerless Quartet, male chorus with orchestra.Victor.
Look for the silver lining :medley fox trot ; Whip-poo-will /Kern.Harry Thomas Trio.Berliner.
I Never Met A Beautiful Girl Till I Met YouJerome; Schwartz.Walter J Van Brunt.
Miss Springtime /Kern.Saxo Sextette, saxophone sextette.Columbia.
Who?.Jerome Kern; Otto Harbach; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Guy Lombardo; His Royal Canadians.
Honey On Our HoneymoonSchwartz.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
The first rose of summer /Caldwell ; Kern.Tenor [i.e. John McCormack], with orch.Compo.
Oh lady! medley /Jerome Kern.Victor Military Band.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Back home in Tennessee /Donaldson ; sung by Collins and Harlan. I'm all alone / Herman, Fox ; sung by Ethel Costello, Henry Burr.Arthur Collins, baritone and Byron G. Harlan, tenor (as Collins and Harlan) (Side A) ; Ethel Costello, soprano (Side B) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
That old Irish mother of mine /Jerome ; Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
Everybody step :from Irving Berlin's Music box revue /Berlin. Ka-lu-a ; Blue Danube blues : from the musical comedy "Good morning dearie" / Jerome Kern.Paul Whiteman and his orchestra.
An Irish husband - The marriage market /Jerome D. Kern.Vocals by Irving Gillette and Chorus.Edison
Get out and get under the moon /Tobias ; Jerome ; Shay.Jack Arthur and His Serenaders.
Make believe /Jerome Kern ; Oscar Hammerstein II.Jan Garber and his orchestra.
I'm unlucky /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
Old Pal, Why Don't You Answer Me?Jerome.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Mammy's good-night lullaby /WM. Jerome ; Harry Von Tilzer.Hart ; Shaw, with orch.
Under The Honeymoon.Jerome.Frank C Stanley; Miss Stevenson; Orchestra Accompaniment.
The Song Is YouJerome Kern; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Dick Haymes; Gordon Jenkins; His Orchestra; Vocal With Orchestra.
And I am all alone /Kern.Harry McClaskey, tenor.Pathé.
Blue Danube blues /Natzy's Biltmore Hotel Orchestra. I ain't nobody's darling / Ray Miller's Black and White Melody Boys.Blue Diamond Dance Orchestra.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Who who who Hulahan, or, Who-who-Hulahan /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Lam, lam, lam /[Frank Abbott, lyrics] ; [Ben Jerome, music].[Leachman, Silas F.].Berliner.
I'm tired /[Jean Schwartz, music ; William Jerome, lyrics].W. Wilson Hallett.Berliner.
Love me at twilight /Jerome, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Grant, music.Herbert Stuart, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
You are love /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.
That old Irish mother of mine /Wm. Jerome ; Harry Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio.
The old apple tree :from Warner Bros. production "Swing your lady" /Jack Scholl, M.K. Jerome. You better change your tune / Frank Weldon, George Whiting.Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra, with vocal chorus by Pee Wee Hunt.
Long Ago (And Far Away)Jerome Kern; Ira Gershwin.Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians.
Hamlet was a melancholy Dane /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Sweet Kentucky Lady, Dry Your EyesHirsch.Frank Coombs; Ernest Aldwell.Columbia
Honey on our honeymoon /Schwartz ; sung by Henry Burr. I've got rings on my fingers : (or Mumbo, jumbo, jijjiboo J. O'Shea) from "The Midnight sons" / Scott ; sung by Ada Jones.Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accomp. [side a]; Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accomp. [side b].Columbia
Chinatown, My ChinatownWilliam Jerome-jean Schwartz.The Casa Loma Orchestra; Glen Gray.
Smoke gets in your eyes /Jerome Kern - Otto Harbach. [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. Vocal chorus by Tony Craig ; the very thought of you / Ray Noble. [performed by] Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. Vocal chorus by Rose Marie Lombardo.Guy Lombardo ; Royal Canadians ; Tony Craig, (vocals) ; Rose Marie Lombardo, (vocals).
Left all alone again blues ; Blue bells of Scotland /Kern ; [Jordan].Harry Raderman's Novelty Orchestra.Berliner.
Believe me =Crois moi /Jerome.The Windsor Hotel Orchestra ; Harold Leonard and his Red Jackets.Victor.
Down The Lane And Home AgainJerome.Samuel Ash; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
Back Home In TennesseeDonaldson.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Baby's prayer at twilight /Jerome. One day in June / Goodwin, Hanley.Henry Burr, tenor (side A); [Albert] Campbell and [Henry] Burr, tenors (side B); with orchestra acc.
Peggy Brady /[Lowe, lyrics] ; [Stoddard, lyrics] ; [Schindeer, music] ; [Jerome, music].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
Down the lane and home again /[composed by] Jerome ; sung by Samuel Ash. It's worth while waiting for someone worth while : from "Little Simplicity" / Tierney sung by Campbell and Burr.Samual Ash ; Campbell and Burr.Columbia
Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Pryor's Band.Berliner.
Wild rose /Kern, music.Diamond Trio.Berliner.
Make Believe.Jerome Kern; Oscar Hammerstein Ii.Guy Lombardo; Royal Canadians; Mert Curtis.
Make Believe.Jerome Kern.James Melton; Orchestra; David Broekman.
Where's the girl for me? /Kern, music ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics].Frederick Wheeler, bass with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Make believe /Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. I love you truly / Carrie Jacobs Bond [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.Guy Lombardo ; Mert Curtis ; Royal Canadians.
Poor PierrotJerome Kern; Otto Harbach.Jane Wilson; Glee Club; Fred Waring; His Pennsylvanians.
A little bunch of shamrocks /Harry Von Tilzer ; sung by Edgar Stoddard and Henry Burr. The trail of the lonesome pine / Harry Carroll ; sung by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr.Side A: Baritone and tenor duet by Edgar Stoddard and Henry Burr, with orchestra accompaniment ; Side B: Tenor duet by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Make believe /Oscar Hammerstein II ; Jerome Kern.Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.
Over the hills and far away /Jerome ; Schwartz.[Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], and [John H.] Bieling, [tenor], with orchestra.
Nursery rhymes /[Jerome, lyrics] ; [Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Bedelia /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Arthur Collins.Berliner.
Gems from "Ziegfeld follies, 1917" /Buck-Stamper-Kern.Victor Light Opera with orchestra.
Mary, dear (some day we will meet again) /De Costa ; Jerome.William Rundell, tenor with orchestra.
Whose baby are you? /Kern, music ; [Caldwell, lyrics].Harry Raderman's Novelty Orchestra.Berliner.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Sprinkle me with kisses /Earl Carroll, Ernest R. Ball ; [performed by] Edna Brown ; the magic melody : from "Nobody home" / Schuyler Greene, Jerome Kern ; [performed by] Billy Murray.Edna Brown, vocals (side a) ; Billy Murray, vocals (side b).
Till I Waltz Again With YouSidney Prosen.Dick Todd; With Instrumental Accompaniment; Jerry Jerome.
Napoleon - part II /Kern.Billy B. Van ; Peerless Quartette with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Old Pal Why Don't You Answer Me?Lewis; Young; Jerome.Henry Burr; With Orchestra.
Look For The Silver LiningJerome Kern; B G De Sylva.Decca Salon Orchestra; Harry Horlick.
I won't dance :from "Roberta" /Kern-Harbach-Hammerstein-Fields, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. Song of India / Rimsky-Korsakov, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.Guy Lombardo ; Royal Canadians.
Smoke gets in your eyes /[music by] Jerome Kern ; [words by] Otto Harbach ; the very thought of you / Ray Noble.Tony Craig (1st work), Rose Marie Lombardo (2nd work), vocals ; with Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians.
Jerome Kern selection, Part 1 :Intro ; Smoke gets in your eyes ; Make-believe ; Dancing time /Jerome Kern.Charlie Kunz, piano solo with rhythm accompaniment.
Rock-a-bye lullaby mammy ; Jinga-bula [jing jing] /Donaldson ; Jerome ; Evans.Mario Perri, accordion solo.Berliner.
Any old place I can hang my hat is home, sweet home to me /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Burt Shepard.Berliner.
I'm unlucky /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
The gambling man /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Arthur Collins.Berliner.
Have a heart /Gene Buck ; Jerome D. Kern.Alice Green ; Raymond Dixon, soprano and tenor duet with orchestra.Victor.
Bright eyes /Motzan, music ; Jerome, music.Rega Orchestra.Berliner.
Down at the huskin' bee /Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; Stephen R. Henry ; the hat my father wore on St. Patrick's Day / Jean Schwartz ; William Jerome.Collins and Harlan, Haydn Quartet ; Billy Murray.
A little bunch of shamrocks /Harry Von Tilzer, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics].Edgar Stoddard, baritone ; Henry Burr, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Just one of those things /Cole Porter, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians featuring Fred Kreitzer and Francis Vigneau at the twin pianos. Who? / Jerome Kern - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians featuring Fred Kreitzer and Francis Vigneau at the twin pianos.Guy Lombardo ; Fred Kreitzer ; Frances Vigneau ; Royal Canadians.
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Jinga bula jing jing /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Billy Jones.Berliner.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Wenrich, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
That Old Irish Mother Of MineWilliam Jerome; Harry Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio; With Orchestra.
Who? /Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach-Oscar Hammerstein II.Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians featuring Fred Kreitzer and Francis Vigneau at the twin pianos.
Who who who Hulahan /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Just a baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Jerome, music.Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Rock - a - bye lullaby mammy and jinga - bula /Donaldson ; Jerome ; Evans.Mario Perri (Accordion solo).
Babes in the wood /Jerome Kern ; Schuyler Greene.Anna Howard, soprano ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
If I find the girl /Greene and Reynolds ; Kern.Harry Lawrence (baritone, orchestra accompaniment).
Get out and get under the moon /Tobias ; Jerome ; Shay.Domino Dance Orchestra.
Mon chant d'amour =All through the night : du film "Centennial summer" /Oscar Hammerstein II; Jerome Kern ; Alys Robi.Alys Robi, chant avec orchestre.
Where the red, red roses grow /Jean Schwartz ; [William Jerome] ; the land of my best girl / Carroll ; [Ballard MacDonald].Peerless Quartette (side A) ; Charles W. Harrison (side B).Columbia.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Wenrich, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Blue Danube blues :from musical comedy "Good morning, dearies" : fox trot /[Jerome Kern]. Ka-lu-a : from musical comedy "Good morning, dearies" / [Jerome Kern]Blue Diamond Dance Orchestra (Blue Danube blues) ; Blue Diamond Dance Orchestra (Ka-lu-a)
Who? /Kern, music ; [Harbach, lyrics] ; [Hammerstein, lyrics].Roy O'Connor, tenor.Compo.
I'd do as much for you /Harry Von Tilzer ; [William Jerome]. Everybody loves a chicken / Jones.Ada Jones; Walter Van Brunt (side A) ; Peerless Quartette (side B).Columbia
Let's Make Love Among The RosesJerome; Schwartz R.Walter Van Brunt; American Quartet; With Orchestra.
Whose baby are you? :introducing "I love the lassies (I love 'em all)" from the musical comedy "The night boat" /Jerome Kern.Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra.
A baby's prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there), or, [Just a baby's prayer at twilight for her daddy over there] /Jerome, music ; [Sam Lewis, lyrics] ; [Joe Young, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Long ago and far away /Jerome Kern.Four Dukes with Rhythm.
Along The Yukon TrailM Kay Jerome.John W Myers; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
Good-bye, boys eHarry Von Tilzer.Peerless Quartette.Columbia
Lam, lam, lam /[Jerome] ; [Abbott].Arthur Collins.Berliner.
Just one of those things /Cole Porter ; Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. Who? / Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II ; Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians.Fred Kreitzer and Francis Vigneau at the twin pianos.
Left all alone again blues /Kern, music ; [Greene, lyrics].Billy Murray's Melody Men.Compo.
Smile Again, Kathleen MavourneenWilliam Jerome; Owen Murphy.Sterling Trio.
Buggy riding ; Moon of love /Jerome Kern.Coleman's Orchestra.Berliner.
Suddenly it's spring :from Paramount picture "Lady in the dark" /Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke. Sure thing : from Columbia picture "Cover girl" / Kern, Gershwin.Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra ; Vocal chorus by Eugenie Baird.
I'm skipping rope with a rainbow /Ervin Drake - Jimmy Shirl - Henry Jerome, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, vocal chorus by Kenny Gardner. John, John, John every Tom, Dick and Harry's called John / Collins Driggs, [performed by] Guy Lombardo and HIs Royal Canadians, vocal chorus by Kenny Gardner and the Lombardo Trio.Guy Lombardo ; Royal Canadians ; Kenny Gardner ; Lombardo Trio.
Old pal (why don't you answer me?) /Lewis, lyrics ; Young, music ; Jerome, music.Lewis James, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
We were so young /Jerome Karn ; Oscar Hammerstein 2nd.Noel Coward.
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town, or, [I don't like them minstrel folks] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan. W. Quinn.Berliner.
Molly on a trolley /Jerome, lyrics ; Schwartz, music.Billy Jones, with orchestra.Berliner.
A Baby's Prayer At Twilight.Lewis; Young; Jerome.Jack Warner; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Leave it to Jane /Jerome Kern.Fred. Van Eps, Orchestra acc.
Rock-a-bye baby /Jerome Kern.Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra.
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