Synopses & Reviews
Featuring sheet music for over 50 songs from the famous decade, including: 'After The Ball, ' 'Asleep In The Deep, ' 'The Band Played On, ' and many more.
The Decade Series explores a century of songs through each era's major events and personalities. Each volume features text and photos and all of the decade's top songs, so readers can see how music has acted as a mirror or a catalyst for current events and trends. Songs are arranged for piano, voice, and guitar.
Over 50 favorites from the Gay '90s, featuring: After the Ball
-- Hello! Ma Baby
-- A Hot Time in the Old Town
-- Maple Leaf Rag
-- My Wild Irish Rose
-- 'O Sole Mio
-- Red River Valley
-- and more. Also features text and photos of the era's major events and personalities.
Table of Contents
After the ball -- America the beautiful -- Asleep in the deep -- The band played on --The bowery -- Break news to mother -- Beautiful isle of somewhere -- Coax me -- The cat come back -- Daisy bell -- Gypsy love song -- Hearts and flowers -- Hello! Ma baby -- A hot time in the old town -- Humoresque -- Her eyes don't shine like diamonds -- I don't want to play in your yard -- In the baggage coach ahead -- I've been working on the railroad -- Just tell them that you saw me --Kentucky babe -- Little Annie Rooney -- The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo -- Maple leaf rag --Mother was a lady -- My wild Irish rose -- Musetta's waltz -- Oh, promise me -- On the banks of the Wabash, far away -- 'O sole mio -- Red River Valley -- The rosary -- Say "au revoir" but not "good-bye" -- She is more to be pitied than censured -- She may have seen better days -- She was bred in old Kentucky --Sidewalks of New York -- She'll be comin' round the mountain --Stars and stripes forever -- The story of the rose --The streets of Cairo -- The sunshine of Paradise Valley -- Sweet Rosie O'Grady -- The sweetest story ever told -- Ta-ra-ra-boom-der-e -- Take back your gold -- Those wedding bells shall not ring out --Throw him down, McCloskey -- To a wild rose -- When the roll is called up yonder -- When you were sweet sixteen -- Where did you get that hat? -- Who threw the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's chowder -- You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine -- You're not the only pebble on the beach.