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After You’ve Gone (Creamer & Layton), Arr. Ted Eastwood 1918 – Flute, Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums & Bells, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of Bb

Aggravatin’ Papa (Don’t You Try To Two-Time Me) (Turk & Robinson), Arr. Arthur Lange 1922 – Solo Bb Clarinet, 1st & 2nd Bb Clarinets, 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Bb Tenor, 3rd Sax Eb Alto, 1st & 2nd Trumpets, Trombone, 1st Violin, Tenor Banjo, Bass, Drums w/lyrics, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Opt. Vocal in Key of Eb - Aggravatin’ Papa was a song typical of the “Red Hot Mamas” of the 1920’s.

Ain’t We Got Fun (Whiting), Arr. J. Bodewalt Lampe 1921 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Oboe or C Tenor Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, F Horns, Bb Trumpets (2-part), Trombone, 1st Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (great piano/vocal chart with lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of Eb

Alabama Jubilee by Jack Yellen & George L. Cobb - Arranged by James C. McCabe – 1915- Additional parts arranged by Clyde Grabski – 2004 (Designated by an asterisk) - Flute & Piccolo, 1st Bb Clarinet, Bb Bass Clarinet*, 1st Eb Alto Sax*, 2nd Alto Sax*, 1st Bb Tenor Sax *, Eb Baritone Sax*, F Horn*, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 2nd Trombone*, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano, Lyrics - Alabama Jubilee is usually heard as an instrumental piece played by country and bluegrass musicians. However, it does have lyrics. The lyricist, Jack Yellen, and composer George L. Cobb also wrote the song “Are You From Dixie”. Both songs were written in 1915 and became very popular.

Alexander’s Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin), Arr. William Schulz 1911 – Piccolo or Flute, Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums & Bells, Piano (Accom. with melody cues), Key of F

 

Alexander's Ragtime Band by Irving Berlin – Arr. by Archie Bleyer – 1911 - 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Bb Tenor, 3rd Sax Eb Alto, F Horns, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin (or Flute), Banjo (w/chords), Bass, Piano - Note: a Flute player could easily use the Violin part.

 

Alice Blue Gown, In My Sweet Little (Harry Tierney) Arr. Arthur Lange – 1919 – Flute, Bb Clarinet, 1st & 2nd Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola (2007), Cello, Bass, Drums & Bells, Piano - The classic waltz Alice Blue Gown was introduced in the 1919 Broadway show Irene.

April Showers (Louis Silvers), Arr. Russell Bennett 1921 - Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Eb Alto Sax, 2nd Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano, Key of F - Al Jolson's big 1922 hit recording.

Are You From Dixie? (George L. Cobb), Arr. Charles M. Long 1915 – (asterisk = newly added parts) - Flute, Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, Horns in F, 1st & 2nd Bb Cornets, 1st Trombone, *2nd Trombone, *Tuba, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Tenor Banjo, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Opt. Vocal in Key of C

Avalon (Al Jolson & Vincent Rose), Arr. J. Bodewalt Lampe 1920 – Flute & Piccolo, 1st Bb Clarinet, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st & 2nd Bb Trumpets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Complete w/lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of G - Avalon was co-written and introduced by the famous performer Al Jolson in his musical “Sinbad” in 1920.

Baltimore Buzz (Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake), Arr. George J. Trinkaus 1921 – 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd B Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Opt. Vocal, Key of C - From the black Broadway show “Shuffle Along”

 

Bandana Days (Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake), Arr. George J. Trinkaus 1921 – 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd B Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Opt. Vocal, Key of Bb - From the black Broadway show “Shuffle Along”

 

Blue (And Broken-Hearted) by Leslie, Clark, & Handman – 1922 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin (w/lyrics), 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass & Tuba, Drums, Piano (w/lyrics) – Opt. vocal in Bb.

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (Edward Madden, Gus Edwards), Arr. Ribe Danmark 1909 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, F Horns, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of Bb - From the Ziegfeld Follies Revue of 1909 in New York.

Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson), Arr. Sophus Jergensen 1922 - 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Bb Tenor, 3rd Sax Eb Alto, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Tenor Banjo, Bass & Tuba, Drums, Piano (1st page original, 2nd page hand-written, both have bass line, chords, & melody), Key of C

China Boy (Go Sleep) (Paul Boutelje & Dick Winfree), Arr. Frank E. Barry 1922 - 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Bb Tenor, 3rd Sax Eb Alto, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Banjo, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues, lyrics), Opt. Vocal, Key of F

Chinatown My Chinatown (Jean Schwartz), Arr. Ribe Danmark 1910 – Flute & Piccolo, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums , Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of C

Come To The Ball by Lionel Monckton - Arranged by S. Deshon – 1911 – Flute, Bb Clarinet, Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - Monckton (1861-1924) was a successful composer of Edwardian English musicals. His best two were “The Country Girl” and “The Quaker Girl”. The Quaker Girl, which includes the hit “Come To The Ball”, opened at the Adelphi Theater in London in 1910 and ran for 536 performances.

Crinoline Days (Irving Berlin) – Arranged by Mornay D. Helm – 1922 – 1st Eb Alto Sax, 2nd Bb Tenor Sax, 3rd Eb Alto Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Banjo, Bass, Drums, Piano, Key of Eb – From Music Box Revue 1922-23.

Gypsy Blues (Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake) 1921 – 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd B Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Banjo, Bass, Drums, Piano (From the Broadway show “Shuffle Along”)
 
Hearts And Flowers (Theodore Moses Tobani) - Arranged by Tobani – 1893 – Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, 1st Bb Clarinet (Same, transposed), 2nd Clarinet in A, 1st Horn in F, 2nd Horn in F, 1st Cornet in A, 1st Bb Cornet (Same, transposed), 2nd Cornet in A, 2nd Bb Cornet (Same, transposed), Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Piano – Famous melodramatic “weeping melody” from Silent Film music.

I Ain’t Got Nobody (Roger Graham, Spencer Williams & Dave Payton), Arr. Harry L. Alford 1916 - Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb & 2nd Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums , Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of Bb

I Want You (Waltz) by Victor Herbert - Arranged by Harold Sanford – 1919 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - The very interesting composer, conductor, cellist Victor Herbert composed music both in the serious and light classical styles. He is remember best for his many New York operettas including Babes in Toyland and Naughty Marietta.

I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (Joseph McCarthy & Harry Carroll), arranger unknown 1918 - Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, 1st Cornet in A, 2nd Cornet in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums , Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of G - The beautiful melody of this song was actually composed by Chopin in the middle 1800’s.

I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles by Kenbrovin & Kellette - Arranged by Sophus Jergensen – 1919 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles” was used in the musical “Passing Show”. Two musicians charted #1 with this song in 1919; vocalist Henry Burr and Ben Selvin & His Orchestra.

I’m Just Wild About Harry (Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake), Arr. Louis Katzman 1922 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, C Melody Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Banjo, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues, and lyrics), Opt. Vocal, Key of Eb - From the black Broadway musical “Shuffle Along”.

I’m Nobody's Baby (Milton Ager, Benny Davis, Lester Santley), Arr. Frank E. Barry 1921 – 1st Clarinet in A, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Cornet in A, 2nd Cornet in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues, and lyrics), Opt. Vocal, Key of G
 
In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree (Waltz Medley with “Down In The Subway”) (Egbert Anson Van Alstyne), arr. Redfield & Chattaway 1905 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums/Bells, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of F
 
Iola - (Intermezzo) (Chas. L. Johnson) 1905 – Flute, Oboe, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, Bassoon, F Horns, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of Eb - One of Johnson's early song hits. 

Kitten On The Keys (Zez Confrey) - Arranged by F. Henry Klickmann – 1922 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, C Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano

 

Limehouse Blues Philip Braham – Arr. Walter Paul – 1924 - 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Bb Tenor, 3rd Sax Eb Alto, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin (w/chords), Banjo, Bass, Drums, Piano (with chords)  

Look For The Silver Lining (with “Whip-Poo-Will” from “Sally”) (Jerome Kern), Arr. Russell Bennett 1920 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st & 2nd Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Banjo (chord chart), Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Key of Eb

    Love Nest, The - (Louis Hirsch) - Arr. Russell Bennett 1920 - Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano 

    Mighty Lak' A Rose - Waltz - (Ethelbert Nevin & Frank W. McKee) - arranger unknown 1915 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, Oboe, Bassoon, Horns in F, 1st & 2nd Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums & Bells, Key of G

    My Buddy (Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson) Arranged by James C. McCabe 1922 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Sax Eb Alto, 2nd Sax Eb Alto, 3rd Sax Bb Tenor, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass & Tuba, Tenor Banjo, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues & Chorus lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of G

    My Old Kentucky Home by Steven Foster; Other tunes by E. Platzmann Arranged by T. M. Taylor – 1915 - Flute & Piccolo, Oboe, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, Bassoon, Horns in F, Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums & Cocoanuts, Piano,

    On The Alamo by Isham Jones –1921 –Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, 2nd Clarinet in A, Oboe (or C Sax), Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, Bassoon, Horns in F, 1st & 2nd Cornets in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano

    Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (Irving Berlin) - Arranged by Mornay Helm – 1919 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Horns in F, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano

    Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet (Percy Wenrich) - Arranged by Ribé Danmark – 1909 – Flute, Oboe, 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, Bassoon, Horns in F, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano

    Ragtime Cowboy Joe See Medley: Waiting For The Robert E. Lee

    Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Jean Schwartz) Arrranged by William Schulz 1918 – Flute, Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues), Key of C - Sung by the famous performer Al Jolson in his musical "Sinbad".

    Second Hand Rose (James E. Hanley) - Arranged by George F. Briegel 1921 - 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Violin 1 *, Violin 2 *, Viola *, Cello *, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues & Chorus lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of G - Barbra Streisand sang it in the 1968 film “Funny Girl.”

    This 1921 arrangement by George F. Briegel did not contain parts for the 2nd Violin, Viola or Cello. So it is supplemented by a compatible 2004 string quartet version from the catalogue of Diamond Forest’s sheet music designated by the asteriks.

    Sheik Of Araby, The (Ted Snyder) Arranged by Arthur Lange 1921 - Bb Clarinet, 1st Eb Alto Sax, 2nd Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Guitar, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues & Lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of Bb

    Somebody Stole My Gal (Leo Wood) - Arranged by Fredric Watson 1922 - 1st & 2nd Eb Alto Saxes, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Banjo, Bass & Tuba, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Key of Eb

    Swanee Rose (George Gershwin) - Arranged by Russell Bennett 1921 – Flute, Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st & 2nd Bb Cornets, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo), Key of C - This song was intended for the Broadway musical The Perfect Fool but like many Broadway show songs it was dropped before the opening of the show. The original title was Dixie Rose.

    There'll Be Some Changes Made (Higgins) - 1921 - 1st Eb Alto Sax(&Clar.), 2nd Bb Tenor Sax, 3rd Eb Alto Sax(&Clar.), Bb Trumpet, Trombone, Bass, Drums, Piano - A hand-written small band Jazz Instrumental.

    Three O'Clock In The Morning (Robledo & Terriss), Arr. Frank E. Barry 1921 – Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, Horns in F, 1st Cornet in A, 2nd Cornet in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues, and lyrics), Opt. Vocal, Key of D - Contains the "Chime" effect used in Paul Whiteman's famous recording. 

    Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, & Dan Russo) - Arrranged by Frank E. Barry 1922 – Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano (Complete, works as solo, Chorus lyrics included), Opt. Vocal in Key of Eb - This famous song was one of the signature songs of Al Jolson, having been first used in his musical Bombo in 1922.

    Wabash Blues (Dave Ringle & Fred Meinken) - Arranged by Frank E. Barry – 1921 - Flute, 1st Bb Clarinet, 1st Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - The Wabash Blues was written by the Broadway song team of Ringle & Meinken.

    Waiting For The Robert E. Lee by Wolfe Gilbert & Lewis Muir & Ragtime Cowboy Joe by Muir & Maurice Abrahams – 1912 - Piccolo(Flute), Bb Clarinet, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano - The composer Lewis Muir had his best years in 1910-1912 when he wrote both of the songs in this arrangement. He took a troupe of performers known as the American Ragtime Octette to England and presented these and other songs.

    A Waltz Dream (Ein Walzertraum) by Oscar Strauss - Arranged by Franz Mahl – 1908 – Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, 1st Cornet in A, 2nd Cornet in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - Oscar Strauss (1870-1954) was an Austrian operetta composer. His most famous operettas were “The Chocolate Soldier” (N.Y. 1909) and “A Waltz Dream” (Vienna, 1907). He also wrote orchestral music and piano pieces.

    Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer & TurnerLayton) – Arranged by Lee Terry 1922 - 1st Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Bb Tenor Sax, 1st Bb Trumpet, 2nd Bb Trumpet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Bass, Drums, Piano (Accompaniment with melody cues & lyrics), Opt. Vocal in Key of G

    When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball) - Arranged by William F. Peters – 1916 - Bb Clarinet, Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano

    When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary by Lewis F. Muir (and Send For Me by George W. Meyer) – 1911 – Flute, 1st Clarinet in A, 1st Cornet in A, 2nd Cornet in A, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - Lewis F. Muir worked as a ragtime pianist in St. Louis in 1904 and later went on to work in London. Besides When Ragtime Rosie Ragged The Rosary he wrote such hits as “Waiting For The Robert E. Lee” and “Ragtime Cowboy Joe”.

    Whispering (John Schonberger & Vincent Rose) - Pub by Sherman, Clay - 1920 - Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Bassoon, F Horns, 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Trombone, 1st Violin, 2nd Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Drums, Piano - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra made this song a #1 hit in 1920. -  Listen to Paul Whitemans' Original recording - Classic Big Band Music MP3 File

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