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...<b> Three O’Clock in the Morning. The Sensational Dance Hit of Two Continents </b><br>, Words by Dorothy Terriss; Music by Julian Robledo
1 Words by Dorothy Terriss; Music by Julian Robledo ... Three O’Clock in the Morning. The Sensational Dance Hit of Two Continents

New York: Published in America by Leo Feist, 1922.
 Music for PIANO & VOCAL
 Folded pictorial Wraps.
 Other Titles: Waltz Song With Chimes
 
Deco cover art by JVR in black, blue and red.
.Illustration of couples dancing and a clock in the background. It's three o'clock in the morning.

Cover detached, pages a bit age-toned.

Ref: Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University Libraries. OCLC; Number: 646186070 & 18939513
 
Price: 12.95 USD

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...<b> Mix the Lot --- What Have You Got?  Magnolia </b><br>, [Sheet Music] Music and words by B G De Sylva; Lew Brown; Ray Henderson
2 [Sheet Music] Music and words by B G De Sylva; Lew Brown; Ray Henderson ... Mix the Lot --- What Have You Got? Magnolia

New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, ©1927.
 Folded Color Pictorial Wraps.
 Includes Ukulele Arrangement.
 
Carefully handled, Some age-toning to pages. Dance orchestra music. Foxtrots.

Cover design of a 20’s flapper in an art deco design by Politzer. Publisher's advertisement on back cover.

Recorded by Jimmy Dorsey, Bing Crosby and many others.

Ref: yorkspace.library online California.
 
Price: 12.95 USD

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...<b>You’re a Beautiful Flower to Me.  </b><br>, [Sheet Music] Words and Music Ben Schwartz
3 [Sheet Music] Words and Music Ben Schwartz ...You’re a Beautiful Flower to Me.

New York: Ben Schwartz Music Publishing Company, 1921.
 Folded Pictorial Wraps.
 
“Ben Schwartz has been a familiar figure in the Broadway music world for the last fifteen years He is a pianist of marked ability and his compositions both vocal and instrumental have attracted widespread attention.”

Some age toning, paper a bit stiff.

Only one copy located on OCLC.Ref: Music Trades, Volume 62.
 
Price: 9.95 USD

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...<b>I’d Climb the Highest Mountain If I Knew I’d Find You  </b><br>, [Sheet Music] Words and Music Lew Brown and Sidney Clare
4 [Sheet Music] Words and Music Lew Brown and Sidney Clare ...I’d Climb the Highest Mountain If I Knew I’d Find You

New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926.
 Pictorial Folder Wraps.
 
Carefully handled, Clean, Light age-toning.

Performed by Al Jolson and others. First recorded by Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone). It was covered by the Ink Spots in 1945 and later by Ricky Nelson.

Ref: Second Hand Songs.
 
Price: 12.95 USD

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...<b> The Bells of St Mary’s </b><br>, [Sheet Music] Words by Douglas Furber; Music by A. Emmett Adams
5 [Sheet Music] Words by Douglas Furber; Music by A. Emmett Adams ... The Bells of St Mary’s

New York: Chappell – Harms Inc., 1917.
 Genre: Ballad ; Popular Music ; Vocal Music For Piano ; Vocal.
 
Carefully handled. Mild age-toning, small closed tear on front edge.

Cover illustration: A blue and green selection on a white cover. Selection contains an illustration of a church and two persons - a man and a woman - walking in the direction of the church. Trees and bushes are in the foreground, while a body of white and the night sky is in the background.

The song was the basis of The Bells of St. Mary's a 1945 American drama film produced and directed by Leo McCarey and starring Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman.

The film won the Academy Award for Best Sound, Recording (Stephen Dunn), and was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Bing Crosby), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Ingrid Bergman), Best Director, Best Film Editing, Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture, Best Music, Song (for Jimmy Van Heusen (music) and Johnny Burke (lyrics) for "Aren't You Glad You're You") and Best Picture.
 
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...<b>Ten Little Miles From Town  </b><br>, [Sheet Music] Words Gus Khan and Music by Elmer Schoebel
6 [Sheet Music] Words Gus Khan and Music by Elmer Schoebel ...Ten Little Miles From Town

New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1928
 For Vocal and Piano, Includes Ukulele Arrangement.
 Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo.
 
Carefully handled, Clean with minor age-toning.

OCLC Number:499095675. Recorded by: Tom Frawley ; The Harmonians, Ref: DAHR
 
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