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    When the great Titanic went down Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: The great ship was sailing o'er the sea on a cold and starlit night. Refrain: There were millionaires from New York and some from London Town. Advertisement for The mermaid's dream by Leslie H. Wilson Jacobs on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Hoffman, Franz - Gimm, Hans
    • Date: 1913
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    When the proud Titanic sank beneath the waves Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: It was moonlight on the water when the sea was clear and bright. Refrain: The band was softly playing the music softly swaying. Advertisement for The flower of love by Jean Buckley on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Deibel, Domitile Renee - Hanford, M. C.
    • Date: 1912
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    The great Titanic wreck Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: Each day we read and hear of accidents on land or sea. Refrain: It is shocking to relate, it is hard to contemplate. Advertisement for The soldier's dying dream by Carl Heil on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Malcom, Robert - Heil, Carl
    • Date: 1915
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    Three new songs
    New songs Catalog Record Only
    For mixed chorus (SATB). In shape note notation.
    • Contributor: Palmer, J. E.
    • Date: 1912
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    Fate of the Titanic Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: Oh listen all ye people, while the story I'll relate. Refrain: Down went the ship Titanic, down in the deep Atlantic.
    • Contributor: Sills, G. R.
    • Date: 1912
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    Just as the ship went down
    A song of the sea Catalog Record Only
    For voice and piano. Caption title. "The above illustration used by courtesy of Chicago Record-Herald"--P. 1 of cover. First line: A cold dark night, a sea of ice. Refrain: Out on the sea, when the ship went down. Advertisement for 'There's a mother old and gray who needs me now' on p. 3 of cover and for 'Years, years ago' by Leo Friedman on...
    • Contributor: Gibson, Sidney - Adler, Bernard - Lessing, Edith Maida
    • Date: 1912
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    The story and vision of Titanic's dead Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: The story is sad and heartbreaking. Refrain: Nearer my God to thee. Advertisement for Three roses by John T. Hall on p. [6] and for Woof! and Then I wouldn't have to worry any more, both by Jack Wells on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Potts, Nelson - Tisdale, Thomas J.
    • Date: 1914
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    Mel Bay presents the Titanic songbook : music as heard on the fateful voyage--April 1912 : a collection by Ian Whitcomb
    Titanic songbook Catalog Record Only
    Principally popular music in various genres. For voice and piano, or piano solo; some songs include tonic sol-fa notation. Reprints (except White Star march and Raggin' the waves) of sheet music published c1900-c1912.
    • Contributor: Whitcomb, Ian - Schiff, Ronny S.
    • Date: 1997
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    The wreck of the Titanic : a descriptive piano composition Catalog Record Only For piano solo. Advertisement for In the far off golden west by F. Henri Klickmann on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Forrest, Jeanette
    • Date: 1912
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    The sinking Titanic Catalog Record Only For piano solo. Photocopy of published music.
    • Contributor: Ruch, Marcellus O.
    • Date: 1912
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    The Titanic's last call Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: Out of Southhampton the mighty craft Titanic put out to sea. Refrain: Then she broke all former records they knew. Advertisement on p. [6] for The ship that never will return, music by Jack Stanley, words by Mollie Myers.
    • Contributor: Curry, E. L.
    • Date: 1912
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    The band was playing as the ship went down Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: In that terrible ship wreck that's just shock'd the world. Refrain: And the band was playing as the ship went down. Includes tonic sol-fa notation.
    • Contributor: Donnelly, Robert
    • Date: 1912
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    The Titanic disaster : song Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: One balmy night in April while the stars shone so bright. Advertisement for No one seems to know just where they are by Jack Stanley on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Maddox, J. Edward - Hanford, M. C.
    • Date: 1912
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    The sinking of the Titanic Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: Far away on the billowy ocean a magnificent ship sailed one day. Refrain: Oh! brave were the hearts that went down that night. Advertisement on p. [6] includes the first 16 bars of My lady of dreams by H. Ross Cleveland, words by Miss Edna Lovell, c1913.
    • Contributor: Bendel, Carl - McDuffie, Pearl M.
    • Date: 1913
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    The Titanic song Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: Plowing thro' the icy waters cam a mighty ship of pleasure. Refrain: Oh, Titanic, fair Titanic, sad indeed they fate shall be.
    • Contributor: Lorrin, Nora - Page, E. L.
    • Date: 1915
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    Titanic : for orchestra Catalog Record Only "In memory of the 1,517 lives lost in the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912." Includes composer's note on t.p. verso. At end: West Hartford, Conn./Pasadena, Calif., May-August, 1995. Duration: ca. 12:30.
    • Contributor: Boyer, Peter
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    Mel Bay presents Titanic tunes : "songs from steerage"
    Titanic tunes Catalog Record Only
    For keyboard and voice; with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams. "Songs of the British music hall as rendered delightfully by American vaudevillians 'the Musical Murrays' aboard the ship during the fateful voyage of April, 1912." Accompanying sound recording performed by the Musical Murrays. Accompanying sound recording recorded in 1998 at Pinto Recorders, Pasadena, Calif. for I.T.W. Records.
    • Contributor: Whitcomb, Ian - Musical Murrays
    • Date: 1998
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    The wreck of the Titanic Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: I'm going to say a word of the ship wreck that occured. Advertisement for Cloud land by Adelaide D. Kingsley on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Hundredmark, G.A.
    • Date: 1912
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    Just as the ship went down Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. Caption title. First line: A cold dark night, a sea of ice. Refrain: Out on the sea, when the ship went down. Advertisement for 'There's a mother old and gray who needs me now' on p. 3 of cover and for 'Tell me that you love me' by Beth Slater Whitson and Leo Friedman on p. 4 of cover.
    • Contributor: Gibson, Sidney - Adler, Bernard - Lessing, Edith Maida
    • Date: 1912
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    Sinking of the Titanic Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: The steamship Titanic out on the ocean foam. Refrain: Farewell to mothers and fathers. Includes extensive list of Legters Music latest publications for voice and piano on p. [3].
    • Contributor: Penn, S. E. - Richard, A. Leopold
    • Date: 1921
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    The fate of the Titanic : song Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. First line: The Titanic was not faithful to the many lives on board. Refrain: Sailing to the land of the free.
    • Contributor: Rhoades, Delbert
    • Date: 1912
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    The wreck of the Titanic : a descriptive piano composition Catalog Record Only For piano solo. Advertisement for I will love you when the silver threads are shining among the gold by F. Henri Klickmann on p. [6].
    • Contributor: Forrest, Jeanette
    • Date: 1912
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    The lost Titanic
    The loss of the Titanic Catalog Record Only
    For voice and piano. "Taken from voice and arranged by F. D. Morse, Phila."--Caption. First line: They sailed away from Southampton their hearts were light and free. Refrain: The look out cried 'Icebergs ahead' but no one seemed to heed. Includes lyrics for last verse and refrain printed as text.
    • Contributor: Morse, F. D. - Hargreaves, John
    • Date: 1912
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    The Titanic : male quartet Catalog Record Only For male quartet. Caption title. Shape-note notation. First line: On the thirteenth day of April in the year of nineteen twelve. Refrain: The ship was slowly sinking deep down in a turbid sea.
    • Contributor: Glisson, W. B.
    • Date: 1914
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    The hidden side Catalog Record Only For voice and piano. Caption title. Photocopy. First line: The steamship Titanic was ready to sail and all seemed so happy and gay. Refrain: I'll wait for you dear with an aching heart as you sail o'er the briny wave.
    • Contributor: Maccallum, John E.
    • Date: 1912