1901 in Music - Published Popular Music

Published Popular Music

  • "Ain't That A Shame" w. John Queen m. Walter Wilson
  • "All That Glitters Is Not Gold" w. George A. Norton m. James W. Casey
  • "Any Old Place I Can Hang My Hat Is Home Sweet Home To Me" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
  • "At The Pan-I-Marry-Can" w. Harry Dillon m. John Dillon
  • "Baby Mine" w. Raymond A. Browne m. Leo Friedman
  • "The Billboard" m. John N. Klohr
  • "Blaze Away" m. Abe Holzmann
  • "Coon! Coon! Coon!" by Leo Friedman & Gene Jefferson
  • "The Country Girl" w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards
  • "Davy Jones' Locker" w.m. H. W. Petrie
  • "Don't Put Me Off At Buffalo Any More" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
  • "Down Where The Cotton Blossoms Grow" w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry Von Tilzer
  • "Eyes Of Blue, Eyes Of Brown" w.m. Costen & Andrew B. Sterling
  • "Flora, I Am Your Adorer" w. Vincent P. Bryan m. Charles Robinson
  • "The Fortune Telling Man" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker
  • "Go Way Back And Sit Down" w. Elmer Bowman m. Al Johns
  • "Good Morning, Carrie" w. Cecil Mack m. Chris Smith & Elmer Bowman
  • "He Calls Me His Own Grace Darling" w.m.Lawrence Barclay
  • "He Laid Away A Suit Of Gray To Wear The Union Blue" w. Edward M. Wickes m. Ben Jansen
  • "He Ought To Have A Tablet In The Hall of Fame" w. Arthur L. Robb m. John Walter Bratton
  • "Hello Central, Give Me Heaven" w.m. Charles K. Harris
  • "Hiawatha" w. James O'Dea m. Neil Moret Words written 1903.
  • "High Society" Porter Steele
  • "Hoity-Toity" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
  • "Jagtime Johnson's Ragtime March" by Fred L. Ryder
  • "The Honeysuckle And The Bee" w. Albert H. Fitz m. William H. Penn
  • "I Ain't A-goin' To Weep No More" w. George Totten Smith m. Harry von Tilzer
  • "I Hate To Get Up Early In The Morning" w. John Queen m. Hughie Cannon
  • "I Love You Truly" w.m. Carrie Jacobs-Bond
  • "I Want To Be A Lidy" w. George Dance m. George Dee
  • "If You Love Your Baby, Make Dem Goo-Goo Eyes" w. Bert Williams m. George Walker
  • "I'll Be With You When The Roses Bloom Again" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
  • "I'm Tired" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
  • "In The Shade Of The Palm" w.m. Leslie Stuart
  • "The Invincible Eagle March" w.m. John Philip Sousa
  • "It Seems Like Yesterday" w. Frederic Ranken m. Isidore Witmark
  • "I've Grown So Used To You" w.m. Thurland Chattaway
  • "Josephine, My Jo" w. Cecil Mack m. J. Tim Brymn
  • "Just A-Wearyin' For You" w. Frank Lebby Stanton m. Carrie Jacobs-Bond
  • "The Maiden With The Dreamy Eyes" w. James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m. J. Rosamond Johnson
  • "Mamie, Don't You Feel Ashamie" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
  • "Mighty Lak' A Rose" w. Frank Lebby Stanton m. Ethelbert Nevin
  • "My Castle On The Nile" w. Bob Cole & James Weldon Johnson m. J. Rosamond Johnson
  • "My Japanese Cherry Blossom" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
  • "My Lady Hottentot" w. William Jerome m. Harry von Tilzer
  • "My Lonesome Little Louisiana Lady" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
  • "My Own United States" w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards
  • "My Princess Zulu Lulu" w.m. Dave Reed Jr
  • "Nancy Brown" w.m. Clifton Crawford
  • "O Dry Those Tears!" w.m. Teresa del Riego
  • "Oh! Oh! Miss Phoebe" w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry von Tilzer
  • "Panamericana" m. Victor Herbert
  • "The Phrenologist Coon" w. Ernest Hogan m. Will Accooee
  • "A Picture Without A Frame" w.m. Al Wilbur & Harry Jonnes
  • "Rusty Rags" Ossman
  • "Sally's Sunday Hat" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
  • "Serenade" w. Jerry Gray & Herb Hendler m. Riccardo Drigo
  • Seven Songs as Unpretentious as the Wild Rose Carrie Jacobs-Bond
  • "She's Getting More Like The White Folks Every Day" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker
  • "A Signal from Mars" by E. T. Paull
  • "Simple Little Sister Mary Green" w.m. Clifton Crawford
  • "Somehow It Made Him Think Of Home" w. Frederic Ranken m. Isidore Witmark
  • "Sunflower Slow Drag" m. Scott Joplin & Scott Hayden
  • "Sweet Annie Moore" by John H. Flynn
  • "Tact" w.m. Leslie Stuart
  • "The Tale Of A Bumble Bee" w. Frank Pixley m. Gustav Luders
  • "Tell Me Dusky Maiden" w. James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m. J. Rosamond Johnson
  • "Tell Us Pretty Ladies" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
  • "There's No North Or South Today" w.m. Paul Dresser
  • "Tobermory" w.m. Harry Lauder
  • "Way Down In Indiana" w.m. Paul Dresser
  • "Way Down Yonder In The Cornfield" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
  • "We Shall Overcome" w. C. Albert Tindley Music 1794 "O Sanctissima".
  • "The Wedding Of Reuben And The Maid" w. Harry B. Smith m. Maurice Levi
  • "When It's All Goin' Out And Nothin' Comin' In" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker
  • "When Mr Shakespeare Comes To Town" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
  • "When The Boys Go Marching By" w.m. Charles W. Doty
  • "When Two Little Hearts Are One" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
  • "Where The Silv'ry Colorado Wends Its Way" w. C. H. Scoggins m. Charles Avril
  • "Zamona" w. Frederic Ranken m. William Loraine

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