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Decade by Decade 1940s
Ten Years of Popular Sheet Music Bestsellers
Item: 00-34620
UPC: 038081386140
ISBN 10: 0739068547
ISBN 13: 9780739068540
PRICE: No Longer Available
Series: Decade by Decade
Category: P/V/C Mixed Folio
Format: Book
Instrument: Piano/Vocal/Chords
Version: Piano/Vocal/Chords
This songbook contains more than 50 of the biggest hits of the 1940s. Each song is sure to spark a memory or create a new one for pianists and vocalists of all ages. For practice, performance, or pleasure, play and sing your way through your favorite decade in pop music history! Titles: The Anniversary Waltz (Vera Lynn) * As Time Goes By (Dooley Wilson) * At Last (Glenn Miller) * Ballerina (Vaughn Monroe) * Blues in the Night (Woody Herman) * Chattanooga Choo Choo (Glenn Miller) * Don't Fence Me In (Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters) * Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (The Andrews Sisters) * Elmer's Tune (Glenn Miller) * Enjoy Yourself (Guy Lombardo) * Fools Rush In (Glenn Miller) * A Gal in Calico (Johnny Mercer) * How About You? (Tommy Dorsey) * How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (Buddy Clark) * How High the Moon (Benny Goodman) * I Fall in Love Too Easily (Frank Sinatra) * I'll Walk Alone (Dinah Shore) * I'm in Love (Doris Day) * Imagination (Glenn Miller) * It's Magic (Doris Day) * I've Heard That Song Before (Harry James) * La Vie en Rose (Edith Piaf) * Laura (Woody Herman) * Mam'selle (Art Lund) * The More I See You (Dick Haymes) * Near You (Francis Craig) * New York, New York (Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, & Jules Munshin) * Oh! What It Seemed to Be (Frank Sinatra) * The Old Lamp-Lighter (Sammy Kaye) * Only Forever (Bing Crosby) * Paper Doll (The Mills Brothers) * Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Guy Lombardo) * Red Roses for a Blue Lady (Vaughn Monroe) * Serenade in Blue (Glenn Miller) * Speak Low (Guy Lombardo) * Straighten Up and Fly Right (Nat "King" Cole) * Swinging on a Star (Bing Crosby) * Take the "A" Train (Duke Ellington) * Taking a Chance on Love (Benny Goodman) * That Lucky Old Sun (Frankie Laine) * Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) (Bing Crosby) * The Trolley Song (Judy Garland) * You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (Dinah Shore) * You'll Never Know (Dick Haymes) * Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (James Baskett).
TITLE COMPOSER
A Gal in Calico Leo Robin (lyricist); Arthur Schwartz (composer)
Straighten Up and Fly Right Nat King Cole (composer); Irving Mills (composer)
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (from "Something to Shout About") Cole Porter (composer)
I've Heard That Song Before Jule Styne (composer); Sammy Cahn (lyricist)
Speak Low Kurt Weill (composer); Ogden Nash (lyricist)
I'll Walk Alone Jule Styne (composer); Sammy Cahn (composer)
Imagination Johnny Burke (lyricist); Jimmy Van Heusen (composer)
Enjoy Yourself Carl Sigman (lyricist); Herb Magidson (composer)
Powder Your Face with Sunshine Carmen Lombardo (composer); Stanley Rochinski (composer)
Ballerina Carl Sigman (composer); Bob Russell (lyricist)
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (with Anyone Else but Me) Lew Brown (composer); Charles Tobias (composer); Sam Stept (composer)
Oh! What It Seemed to Be George David Weiss (composer); Bennie Benjamin (composer); Frankie Carle (composer)
Only Forever Johnny Burke (lyricist); James Monaco (composer)
The Anniversary Waltz Dave Franklin (composer); Al Dubin (composer)
Red Roses for a Blue Lady Sid Tepper (composer); Roy C. Bennett (composer)
I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire Eddie Durham (composer); Bennie Benjamin (composer); Sol Marcus (composer); Edward Seiler (composer)
How High the Moon Nancy Hamilton (lyricist); Morgan Lewis (composer)
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (from "Pal Joey") Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)
Take the "A" Train Billy Strayhorn (composer)
How Are Things in Glocca Morra (from "Finian's Rainbow") Burton Lane (composer); E. Y. Harburg (lyricist)
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans Louis Alter (composer); Edgar Eddie DeLange (lyricist)
Blueberry Hill Al Lewis (composer); Vincent Rose (composer); Larry Stock (composer)
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (from "Cinderella") Jerry Livingston (composer); Mack David (composer); Al Hoffman (composer)
As Time Goes By (from "Casablanca") Herman Hupfeld (composer)
The Old Lamplighter Charles Tobias (lyricist); Nat Simon (composer)
I'm Beginning to See the Light Don R. George (composer); Duke Ellington (composer); Johnny Hodges (composer); Harry James (composer)
Swinging on a Star Johnny Burke (lyricist); Jimmy Van Heusen (composer)
Blues in the Night Harold Arlen (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) J. R. Shannon (composer)
Don't Fence Me In (from "Hollywood Canteen") Cole Porter (composer)
La Vie En Rose (Take Me to Your Heart Again) Mack David (lyricist); Edith Piaf (lyricist); Luis Guglielmi (composer)
I'm in Love Jule Styne (composer); Sammy Cahn (lyricist)
New York New York (from "On the Town") Leonard Bernstein (composer); Betty Comden (lyricist); Adolph Green (lyricist)
It's Magic Jule Styne (composer); Sammy Cahn (lyricist)
Paper Doll Johnny S. Black (composer)
Long Ago and Far Away (from "Cover Girl") Jerome Kern (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)
You'll Never Know Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)
The More I See You (from "Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe") Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread) Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Rube Bloom (composer)
Laura David Raksin (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
Serenade in Blue Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)
Near You Francis Craig (composer); Kermit Goell (lyricist)
On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe Harry Warren (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
Elmer's Tune Sammy Gallop (composer); Dick Jurgens (composer); Elmer Albrecht (composer)
Chattanooga Choo Choo Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Joseph McCarthy (lyricist); Harry Carroll (composer)
That Lucky Old Sun Beasley Smith (composer); Haven Gillespie (composer)
I Fall in Love Too Easily Jule Styne (composer); Sammy Cahn (lyricist)
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (from "Song of the South") Ray Gilbert (lyricist); Allie Wrubel (composer)
Taking a Chance on Love Vernon Duke (composer); John LaTouche (lyricist); Ted Fetter (lyricist)
Mam'selle Mack Gordon (lyricist); Edmund Goulding (composer)
The Trolley Song (from "Meet Me in St. Louis") Ralph Blane (composer); Hugh Martin (lyricist)
How About You? Burton Lane (composer); Ralph Freed (lyricist)
At Last Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)