Old Time Music

 

 

 

 

Music is love in search of a word.

What takes you back to the time of yesteryear?
Have you a song in your mind or heart, possibly a century old, a song whose 
tune has managed to live on through generations?
Victoria would like to help you recall that special moment in time, to help you relive a small part of a favorite memory during a time when love dominated and gentleness was courting the delicate nature of man's heart.
Return to the time of your heart . . .

Through melody, travel back to that moment in time.

 

A Little Pink Rose Benjamin Tubb

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody Benjamin Tubb

After The Ball Is Over Gene Garretson

Always of Thee   1871   Benjamin Tubb

An Old Violin - 1929   Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

And The Band Played On Brent Bailey -  Bill Basham

Apple Blossom Time Nicholas Fong

Asleep In The Deep 1897 1897 Bill Edwards

Aura Lea 1861 Benjamin Tubb

Ballade pour Adeline     

Barbara Allen Barry Taylor   

Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee   Seq: Don Ferguson

Beautiful Dreamer 1862   Benjamin Tubb

Beautiful Doll Medely   (Cantor)

Bird In A Gilded Cage  1900 Benjamin Tubb

Believe Me If All Those Enduring Young Charms Barry Taylor

But Beautiful rreublin@yahoo.com

By The Light of The Silvery Moon Martin Lane

By The Sea

Canary Bird Benjamin Tubb 1865

Cruising Down The River On A Sunday Afternoon Frank Schober

Coquette Harry Todd

Daisy, Daisy 1892  Brent Bailey -  Bill Basham

Darktown Strutters Ball Frank Schober

Daydreams 1901 ( Parlor Songs )**

Dearie Please Don't Be Angry herbca@dsp.net

Der Rosenkavalier-Orchestral

Dream

Dreaming Forever of Thee 1871 Benjamin Tubb

Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes Barry Taylor

Evelyn 1872  Benjamin Tubb

Falling In Love Again Margi Harrell

For Me and My Gal "The Perfessor" - Bill Edwards

Frankie & Johnnie Margi Harrell

Girl Of My Dreams   Harry Todd

Girls Beware   1832  Benjamin Tubb

Good Night Sweetheart Margi Harrell

Good Old Days

Gentle Annie for the Guitar  (1857) Benjamin Tubb

Home    - The Entrancing New Foxtrot Ballad 1931  Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Honey, Deed I Do

The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad Frank Schober

I Love You Truly 1906 Benjamin Tubb

I Nearly Let Love Go Slipping Through My Fingers - 1936 - Jessie Matthews - seq   Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

I Send My Heart To Thee   1900  Benjamin Tubb

I Wonder What Become Of Sally 1929

I Wonder Whos' Kissing Her Now   Bill Edwards  

If I Had My Way Dear  1913 Harry Todd

If You Were The Only Girl In The World Herbert Harari

I'll Always Be In Love With You

I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen   Gene Garretson

I'm Just Wild About Harry

I'm In The Mood For Love - Medley

In The Good Old Summertime 1902  Benjamin Tubb

In My Reverie

Intermezzo, Souvenir De Vienne - 1940 ( Parlor Songs)**

It Had To be You  1924 Harry Todd

It's Been A Long Long Time 

Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair 1854    Benjamin Tubb

Jeepers Creepers

Jezebel - 1938 Parlor Songs*

Just A Song At Twilight   Harry Todd

Let Me Call You Sweetheart         

Listen To The Mocking Bird - 1855 - Benjamin Tubb 

Little Annie Rooney - 1890 - Benjamin Tubb

Looking On The Bright Side - 1932 - Dame Gracie Fields - seq - Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Lorena - 1857 Benjamin Tubb       

Love Is Like A Red Rose

Love's Old Sweet Song 1884 Benjamin Tubb

Lulabye

Margie

Mary Mary      

Me and My Gal

Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland

Midnight In Mayfair - 1937 - seq - Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Mollie Darling 1876  Benjamin Tubb

MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS 05/08

M-O-T-H-E-R Bill Edwards 

M-O-T-H-E-R Margie Harrell

M-O-T-H-E-R  1915 Music by: Theodore Morse    Lyrics by: Howard Johnson http://parlorsongs.com/

Those Songs My Mother Used To Sing  1912   Music & Lyrics by: H. Wakefield Smith http://parlorsongs.com/

My Mother's Lullaby 1917  Music by: Harold Brown Freeman  Lyrics by: Charles Louis Ruddy http://parlorsongs.com/

My Gal Sal

My Melancholy Baby

My Wild Irish Rose 1899

Nobody, Till Somebody Loves You

Nostalgia

Oh Promise Me 1889 Benjamin Tubb

Oh You Beautiful Doll 1911 Harry Todd

Once I Loved Thee My Dear Mary  1851 Benjamin Tubb- Stephen Foster

Peg O' My Heart 1913 Benjamin Tubb

Pretty Baby 1916 Harry Todd

Question and Answer - 1942 - seq -Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Romance Without Words Robert Finley ( Faure,Gabriel 1845-1924)

Romance

Roses of Picardy 1916

*Rosalie Schottisch 1857 Benjamin Tubb  * From the celebrated Song
ROSALIE THE PRAIRIE FLOWER (by George Frederick Root, 1820-1895)

Sally  J H Foster

Second Hand Rose Seq: Don Ferguson

Shanty In Old Shanty Town 1932

Shine On Harvest Moon 1908   Bill Edwards 05/11

Silver Moon

Silver Threads Among The Gold Gene Garretson

Solace - Scott Joplin   

Theme from Somewhere in Time    Baseman's Songs

Stay As Sweet As You Are   1934  Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Strolling Through The Park One Day  www.wizard.net/~dsr By Ed Haley    Piano: Brent Bailey

Surrey With Fringe On Top

Sweet Adeline

Sweet and Lovely    Jack Hall      

Sweetheart of Sigma Chi     ( Organ )

T'will Be Summer Time By and By (1865) Benjamin Tubb

Thank You Dear, With Roses  Frank Schober

That Old Gang Of Mine

The Honey Suckle Glen  1855    BenjaminTubb

The Little Old Cabin In The Lane  1871 Benjamin Tubb

The Olive of Love   1819-1875    Benjamin Tubb

The Rose Of Tralee

The Sheik Of Arabie

The Silver Moon 1838 Benjamin Tubb 05/11

The Snow White Rose  1861 Benjamin Tubb

The Star Of Love     1873 Benjamin Tubb

The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise 

Tonight My Heart Will Sing - 1941 - seq Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/08

Tonight We Love

You Belong To My Heart* FRANK SCHOBER

You Do Something To Me  1928 C.Porter      Dr. James Pitt-Payne   05/11

You Tell Me Your Dream

You Wore A Tulip   1924

Waiting for Her Sailor Lad 1878 Benjamin Tubb

WaterLily

We May Never Meet Again  1863 Benjamin Tubb

We'll Meet Again

What Is Love?   1895 1895   Benjamin Tubb

What Will I Do 1924

When I Grow Too Old To Dream Frank Schober

When I'm Looking At You - 1929 ( Parlor Songs)

When You Were Sweet Sixteen 1898 Benjamin Tubb

While Strolling Through the Park  Arr. by Thomas N. Thurston   tthurston@aol.com

Whispering

Why Do I Love You ?     1927 Kern  Dr. James Pitt-Payne

Yes Sir Thats My Baby

Zing Went The Strings of My Heart 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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