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(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922., 1922)
That Shakesperian rag.
(New York : Jos W. Stern & Co., 1912., 1912)
The song is ended : but the melody lingers on.
(New York : Irving Berlin Inc., 1927., 1927)
A suite for solo piano inspired by the Heroic Journey
This thesis is an exploration of the role an audience might assume in a musical performance, and is a test of the hypothesis that listeners' engagement with a composition can be increased by giving them a role in the ...
That Reuben glide
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1911., 1911)
The big bass viol.
(New York : Ted Snyder Co. (Inc.), 1910, 1910)
Operation Untitled is a screenplay exploring the self-empowerment of the individual against the socio-political and religious forces that inform the hierarchy of a Catholic high school. The protagonist, Peter Charles who ...
Say it with a ukulele.
(New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1923., 1923)
Tin roof blues.
(Chicago : Melrose Bros. Music Company, 1923., 1923)
Oh! my lady.
(New York : Henry Burr Music Corporation, 1920., 1920)
The lost step.
(New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1927., 1927)
Shake your feet
(New York : Harms Inc., 1923., 1923)
An old guitar and an old refrain.
(San Francisco : Villa Moret Inc., 1927., 1927)
Sam, the old accordion man.
(Toronto : Leo Feist Limited, 1927., 1927)
That soothing melody.
(New York : Joe Morris Music Co., 1924., 1924)
Doo wacka doo.
(Toronto : Leo Feist, 1924., 1924)
Dusty rag song.
(Indianpolis : J. H. Aufderheide and Co., 1912, 1912)
The waltz we love.
(Chicago : Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1926, 1926)