Songs about Kentucky

Foster, Stephen C.
My old Kentucky home.
3 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home.
Notes: "As sung by Eleanor Moore over WLW every week in connection with the Dr.Ken-rad unsolved mystery program of the Ken-rad Tube & Lamp Corporation, Owensboro, Kentucky".
Autographed by Eleanor Moore.
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Mullen, J.B. 
I am longing for my old Kentucky home. -- New York : Shapiro, Remick & Co. ; Detroit, Mich. : Whitney Warner Pub. Co., 1904.
5 p.
Medium: Voice and piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Bryan, Vincent
First line: Bye my window in the city I am dreaming
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Schwartz, Jean.
My lady of Kentucky. -- New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
5 p. 
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Jerome, William.
First line: Through a garden in Kentucky.
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Johnson, Charles L.
My love for Kentucky. -- New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Buck, Gene, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Risner, M.N.
First line: When the burden of life.
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Ring, Montague.
Two little southern songs : Kentucky love song and June in Kentucky. -- London : Chappell & Co., Ltd.
7 p. 
Pl. no.: 25206
Medium: Voice & piano. For low voice.
Lyricist: Bowles, Fred.G.
First line: Moon has crept; and June in Kentucky.
Notes: "To Miss Rosa C. King", no.l; "To Lady Bisset", no.2. "Sung by Mr. Gervase Elwes".
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Johnson, Charles L.
In the hills of old Kentucky. -- Chicago : F.J.S. Forster. 
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Julin Studio, cover
Medium: Voice & piano; arr. chorus, male quartet
Lyricist: Shannon, J.R.
Other title: My mountain rose.
First line: There's a rose that grows in old Kentucky.
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Franklin, Malvin M.
My new Kentucky home. -- New York : M. Witmark & Sons.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 7591 and M.W.& Sons 16281b
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wilson, John P.
First line: Built for me soon will be.
Notes: From the musical play, "Dearie". Operatic edition.
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Fickley, H.J.
In Kentucky where there's sunshine all the time. -- Covington, Ky. : H.J.Fickley.
3 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Fickley, H.J.
First line: When I left dear old Kentucky.
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Henderson, Ray
Lucky Kentucky. -- New York & Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 4
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele acc.
Lyricist: Rose, Billy & Mort Dixon
First line: Good luck, you're mighty hard to find.
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Tyler, Samuel W.H., and J. Forrest Thompson
Ole Kaintuck. -- Louisville: Tyler, Thompson Co.
5 p.
Medium: Voice and piano.
Subject: Fox trots
Lyricist: Tyler, Samuel W.H., and J. Forrest Thompson
First line: Way down in ole Kaintucky, Dars a spot so deah to me.
Notes: Includes ukelele tablature
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McCoy, Clyde; Stitsel, Mel; and Stewart, Phil.
Just a song of old Kentucky. -- New York: Irving Berlin, Inc.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Voice and piano with ukelele
Arranger: Breen, May Singhi (ukelele arrangement)
First line: Of all the songs I chance to hear.
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Nicholls, William B.
Kentucky! Fight! Fight! Fight!. -- New York : William H. Nicholls.
1 p. :    
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Nicholls, William B.
First line: Kentucky! We will beat the foe!
Notes: In: Intercollegiate Song Book, N.Y.,Broadcast Music Inc.,c1950,1953.
Shelf no.: WHAS 4-170

Rose, Peter.
Louisville lady. -- New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
5 p. : photograph of Abe Lyman, cover ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Barbelle, cover
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation.
Lyricist: Hill, Billy.(George Brown).
First line: Name of the town was Louisville.
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Noto, Pat.
Sweet Kentucky rose. -- New York : Schwartz Music Co.
3 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notations.
Lyricist: Noto, Pat.
First line: Sweet Kentucky rose.
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Foster, Stephen C.
My old Kentucky home, good-night. -- New York : Wm.A. Pond & Co. ; Chicago : Chicago Music Co., c1894.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chorus.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen C.
Arranger: Meacham, F.W.
First line: Sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home.
Notes: "As sung by Christy's Minstrels", on cover.
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Gookins, George B.
Farewell Kentucky home. -- [Louisville]: Gookins, George B.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Gookins, George B.
First line: Farewell, farewell my old Kentucky homestead.
Notes: To my friend Walter O. Miller, Louisville, Ky.  c1895 by Edgar Smith. Trade supplied by E.C.Miller, 329 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky.
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Carter, Stanley.
She was bred in old Kentucky. -- New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
3 p. ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 100
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Braisted, Harry.
First line: When a lad, I stood one day.
Notes: See also later editions.
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Stanford, Tony.
In the valley of Kentucky. -- New York : Feist & Frankenthaler.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: In the Valley of Kentucky.
Notes: See back cover for biographical note. Respectfully dedicated to Mr. F.F.Proctor Jr.".
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. Taggart collection, c.2

Calloway, T.C.
Green Kentucky pastures. -- New Orleans : L. Grunewald Co. Lt'd.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: McKinney, Kate Slaughter.
First line: In a green Kentucky pasture.
Notes: c1902 by T.C. Calloway & Kate Slaughter McKinney.
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Meighan, Edward S.
Just a blade of blue grass. -- Canton, Ohio : Meighan Pub. Co.
5 p. ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Meighan, Edward S.
First line: For a distant land.
Notes: "Official souvenir song".
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Berners, Berry.
Where the sweet Kentucky flows. -- Chicago & New York : McKinley Music Co.
3 p.
Pl. no.: 1060
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: When the evening twilight deepens.
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Taylor, Harry V.
She's the sunshine of her old Kentucky home. -- Troy, N.Y. : Koninsky Music Co.
3 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: King, Howard.
First line: When a boy, I stood one day.
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Knight, Mary S.
'Neath the blue Kentucky skies. -- Chicago & New York : McKinley Music Co.
3 p.
Pl. no.: 1329-3
Lithographer/Engraver: Walton Process, Chicago, music
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Knight, Mary S.
First line: I am thinking of the joys.
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Snyder, Ted.
My Bill from Louisville. -- New York : Ted Snyder Co.
5 p. ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pfeiffer, E.H., New York, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bernard; Weston
First line: You all know my old beau.
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Natiello, Ernesto.
There's a rose in old Kentucky (that is blooming just for me). -- Louisville : Ernesto Natiello.
5 p. ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Kavanaugh, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Lyricist: Brown, Chesney.
First line: I left my old Kentucky home.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. Kentucky composers.

Hirsch, Louis A.
Sweet Kentucky lady, (dry your eyes). Novelty ballad. -- New York, Chicago, London : M. Witmark & Sons.
4 p.
Pl. no.: 13461-3
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Jerome, William
First line: Honey, there's no use of sighing.
Notes: "Founded on Stephen Forster's immortal theme".
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

Donaldson, Walter.
We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home. -- New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
5 p. ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Barbelle, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Goetz, Coleman.
First line: I've lost my appetite.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops. photograph of Kitty Keeten,
cover, c.2

Berlin, Irving.
When you're down in Louisville,(call on me). -- New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
5 p. ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Barbelle, Al., cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Goodbye ev'rybody.
Notes: To my Kentucky friend Douglas Stephenson.
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Natiello, Ernesto
We can, we will, in Louisville. -- Louisville : Ernesto Natiello.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 4
Lithographer/Engraver: Smith, D.H., cover; photos
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Musgrove, Charles Hamilton
First line: Where old Ohio's sparkling waves.
Notes: Dedicated to the Louisville Convention and Publicity League.
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Cowan, Ruby.
You'll always find a lot of sunshine in my old Kentucky home. -- New York : Broadway Music Corp.
3 p.
Pl. no.:
Lithographer/Engraver: Walton, E.E., cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Brown, Lew.
First line: Oh! the blues have flown away.
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Henry, S.R., & D. Onivas
Kentucky dream waltz. -- New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 8659-4
Medium: Piano.
Lyricist: Warren, Frank H., English; Agnetta Floris, French.
First line: Notes: Also published as a song.
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Henry, S.R. & D.Onivas
Kentucky dream. -- New York : Jos.W. Stern & Co.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 8689-4
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Warren, Frank H., English; Agnetta Floris, French.
First line: Hear the music playing.
Notes: "French words c1919, by Jos.W.Stern & Co., N.Y. Also published as a waltz for piano. English & French words.
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Henry, S.R., & D. Onivas
Kentucky dream waltz. -- New York : Jos.W. Stern & Co.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 8689-4
Lithographer/Engraver: Walton, E.E., cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Warren, Frank H., English; Agnetta Floris, French
Other title: Kentucky dream.
First line: Hear the music playing.
Notes: English & French words. Also available as a waltz for piano.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

Plunkett, Vincent C.
Sweet Kentucky Sue. -- Boston : D.W. Cooper Music Co.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with obligato on chorus
Subject: Kentucky songs. Waltzes.
Lyricist: Levenson, Robert
Arranger: Fleming, Fred T.
First line: Seet Kentucky Sue, I'm coming back to you.
Notes: Jerome H. Remick & Co. stamped on cover.
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Friend, Cliff.
Along the trail where the blue grass grows. -- New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
3 p.
Pl. no.: 955-2
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Friend, Cliff.
Other title: In the hills of old Kentucy.
First line: Ev'ry time I get lonesome.
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Zoeller, Louis; Baird, Dewey T.
In old Kentucky. -- Louisville : Zoeller Music Co.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sayer, Dayton, O., cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Arranger: Myers, H.T.
First line: Weep no more my lady.
Notes: "Dedicated to the state of Kentucky, as the official state song".
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. c.2, Kentucky composers.

Stewart, Anita
In old Kentucky. -- New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
3 p.
Pl. no.: 1010-2
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Stewart, Anita
First line: Oh! the moon shines bright.
Notes: On cover:"personal direction of Louis B.Mayer."
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Harrison, Charles F.; DeVoll, Cal.
Over on the old Kentucky shore. -- Chicago : Weaver & Harrison
2 p.
Pl. no.: Lithographer/Engraver: Rayner,
Dalheim & Co., Chicago, music
Medium: Voice & piano; alt. harmonization cho.
First line: Mammy mine is calling me.
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Gaskill, Clarence.
Kentucky blues. -- New York : M. Witmark & Sons.
4 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 16224-3
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Kentucky songs.
Lyricist: Gaskill, Clarence.
Other title: I've got the blues for my Kentucky home. Fox trot novelty song.
First line: When a girl or chappie feels unhappy.
Notes: Dedicated to my little pal Flo Bert of Brendel and Bert. Sung with great success by Nelson & Cronin in the "Broadway Brevities" at the Winter Garden, New York.

Meyer, George W.
Tuck me to sleep in my old 'Tucky home. -- New York : Bourne, Inc.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Lewis, Sam M. and Joe Young.
Arranger: Grant, Charles N.
First line: Old Kentucky cradled me.
Notes: Standard edition. "Original proprietor Irving Berlin, Inc., name changed to Bourne, Inc."
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs; 3 cops. Irving Berlin edition, c1921.

Ricketts, Bob; Jackson, Mike.
Louisville blues. -- New York : Triangle Music Pub. Co.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wohlman, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Blues.
First line: Louisville, Louisville, there's where the jazz tunes are born.
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Little, George A.; Gillespie, Haven; Shay, Larry.
You're in Kentucky sure as you're born. -- New York : Broadway Music Corp.
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Manning, Frederick S., cover
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation
Arranger: Breen, May Singhi, ukulele arr.
First line: I've heard a lot 'bout Paradise.
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Ager, Milton.
Louisville Lou (That vampin' lady). -- New York : Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Politzer, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Yellen, Jack.
First line: Folks, you've heard of scandalous vamps.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

Collins, W. Leslie, Mrs.
Kentucky, state song. -- Frankfort, Ky. : Mrs. W. Leslie Collins.
3 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati, Ohio, music
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: State songs.
Lyricist: Collins, W. Leslie, Mrs.
First line: Kentucky fair to thee.
Notes: "Officially adopted by the General Assembly of Kentucky of 1926".
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Askenstedt, Lillian Bryan.
Kentucky. -- Louisville : Word and Work
3 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati, Ohio, music
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Askenstedt, Lillian Bryan.
First line: It's "down in Kentucky".
Notes: Kentucky home-coming edition.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. c.2, Kentucky composers.

Geibel, Adam.
Kentucky babe. -- New York : Edwin H. Morris & Co.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 10083
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Buck, Richard Henry.
First line: Skeeters am a hummin'.
Notes: Original copyright, c1896 by Edwin H. Morris & Co.
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Berry, Thomas Davis.
I'm going home to old Kentucky. -- Louisville : Kentucky Home Coming Ass'n, The Armory.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati, music
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Berry, Thomas Davis.
Arranger: Cook, H.L.
First line: I always am lucky.
Notes: "Marching song for Kentucky's 1924 Home Coming, June 16 to June 29".
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Van Alstyne, Egbert.
Kentucky's way of sayin' good mornin'. -- New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 32-4
Medium: Voice & piano,with ukulele & chord not
Lyricist: Kahn, Gus.
Other title: Good mornin'.
First line: I like the folks who say "Hello".
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Miller, Ned; Cohn, Chester.
Kentucky lullaby. -- Chicago : Forster Music Pub. Inc.
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Morgan, Vanodorn, cover;Rayner, Dalheim & Co.,Chicago, music
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation
Subject: Waltz.
Lyricist: Miller, Ned; Cohn, Chester.
Arranger: Breen, May Singhi, ukulele arr.
First line: What a sweet melody!
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Donaldson, Walter.
Just a bird's-eye view (of my old Kentucky home). -- New York : Leo. Feist, Inc.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 5895-3
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation
Subject: Fox trot.
Lyricist: Kahn, Gus.
Arranger: Breen, May Singh, ukulele arr.
First line: I saw a lot of little birds today.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

DeSylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray.
Blue grass. -- New York : DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc.
5 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation.
Arranger: Weiss, Joseph M.
First line: Sailors love the seas.
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Brashen, Abe; Weeks, Harold.
Kentucky home. -- New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick & Co.
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fung, Paul, cover
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Where the sugar cane is growing.
Notes: Original copyright 1921 by Harold Weeks, Seattle, Wash. Operatic edition.
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Wayne, Mabel.
When Kentucky bids the world "Good morning". -- New York : Leo. Feist, Inc.
2 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Instrumental arrangements.
Subject: Fox trot song.
Lyricist: Leslie, Edgar
Arranger: Colicchio, Ralph and Frank E. Barry, instrumental.
First line: Notes: Feist "nu-style" multi-part edition.
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Donaldson, Walter.
Blue Kentucky moon. -- New York : Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 128-4
Lithographer/Engraver: Manning, Frederick S., cover
Medium: Voice & piano, with fox trot chorus
Subject: Fox trots.
First line: My blue Kentucky moon.
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Slider, Cliff.
Little blue-eyed Kentucky baby. Melody fox-trot song. -- Louisville : Slider-Farnsley Music Publishers.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati, music
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation
Subject: Fox trots.
Lyricist: Farnsley, Bob.
First line: You're the little girl I dream about.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops. c.2 professional copy

Carter, Stanley.
She was bred in old Kentucky. -- New York : Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 545-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Manning, F.S., cover
Medium: Voice & piano
Lyricist: Braisted, Harry.
First line: When a lad, I stood one day.
Notes: Original copyright, c1898 by Jos.W.Stern & Co.; c1925 by Edw.B.Marks Music Co.
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Capps, Claudius Meade.
My Kentucky rose. -- Knoxville : Claudius Meade Capps.
5 p.
Lithographer/Engraver: Zimmerman Print, Cincinnati, music
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Capps, Claudius Meade.
First line: An ev'ning in the moonlight.
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Pollack, Lew.
Moonshine over Kentucky. -- New York : Robbins Music Corp.
5 p. ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: SH 1712
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation.
Subject: Films.
Lyricist: Mitchell, Sidney D.
First line: Poets sing the glory.
Notes: Featured in the 20th Century-Fox production "Kentucky Moonshine".
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Prichard, Henry.
Kentucky. -- New York : Broadcast Music, Inc.
5 p. ; 30 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukelele chords.
Lyricist: Prichard, Henry.
First line: Sun shines bright there.
Notes: "Introduced and featured by Guy Lomardo and his Orchestra".
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

Skinner, Jimmie.
Kentucky and you. -- Nashville, Tenn. : Acuff-Rose Publications.
3 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation.
First line: I want to be where friends.
Notes: BMI license.
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/12099

Monroe, Bill
Kentucky waltz. -- New York : Peer International Corporation.
2 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation.
Subject: Waltzes.
Lyricist: Monroe, Bill
First line: We were waltzin' that night.
Notes: BMI license.
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/9426

Wiedemeier, H.A.
On Derby day. -- Chicago : H.A. Wiedemier.
3 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Subject: Kentucky Derby.
Lyricist: Wiedemeier, H.A.
First line: On Derby day it's a sight to see.
Notes: "Special souvenir songs dedicated to the diamond jubilee Kentucky Derby, 75th anniversay, May 7, 1949".
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Allen, Joanne.
It's Jefferson. -- Louisville : Jefferson County Post Publishing Company, Inc.
2 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: In this old Bluegrass State.
Notes: Official song of Jefferson county, Ky.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. c.2, Kentucky composers.

Schwartz, Arthur.
Blue grass. -- New York : Chappell & Co., Inc.
5 p.
Pl. no.: 1559-4
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Subject: Blues.
Lyricist: Dietz, Howard.
First line: Down in Kentucky.
Notes: Copyright by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz.
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Travis, Merle.
Kentucky means paradise. -- Hollywood, Ca.: American Music, Inc.
2 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Lyricist: Travis, Merle.
First line: Lot of words are spelled.
Notes: BMI license. "As recorded by Merle Travis on Capitol record 40100".
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/6081

King, Pee Wee and Tommy Jones.
Blue grass waltz. -- New York : Peer International Corp.
3 p. ; 31 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Subject: Waltzes
Lyricist: King, Pee Wee and Tommy Jones.
First line: We were dancing that night.
Notes: "All rights reserved including right of public peraformance for profit."
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/10906

Atchison, Tex; Willing, Foy.
Old Kentucky fox chase. -- New York & Beverly Hills : Hill and Range Songs, Inc.
2 p.
Pl. no.: A681
Medium: Voice & piano, with ukulele notation
Lyricist: Atchison, Tex; Willing, Foy.
First line: Now, I know a lot of people.
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O'Rear, Agnes S.
When the blue grass is blue in Kentucky. -- Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort Music Shop, 221 St.Clair St.
3 p. 
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: O'Rear, Agnes S.
Arranger: McPhail, Lindsay
First line: I've been pounding city streets.
Notes: "Kentucky mid-century homecoming, 1950", on cover.
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Scrivner, Raymond.
Headin' home to old Kentucky. -- Chicago : Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc.
3 p. ; 31 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Rayner, Dalheim & Co., music printer, Chicago.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Lyricist: Scrivner, Raymond.
First line: Corn bread, turnip greens.
Notes: BMI license. "Official song My old Kentucky homecoming, 1950". "Recorded for RCA Victor by Ernie Lee".
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/10612

Delmore, Alton
Kentucky mountain. -- Cincinnati, Ohio : Lois Publishing Co., 1540 Brewster Ave.
1 p.
Medium: Voice, with chord notations.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: She's sleeping on Kentucky mountain.
Notes: BMI "All rights reserved including the rights of public performance for profit".
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/12334

Dietzman, Esther.
Down in old Kentucky. -- Louisville : Louisville Founding Festival.
3 p.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dietzman, Esther.
First line: Down in old Kentucky.
Notes: Copies autographed by composer.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs; c.2, Kentucky composers.

Si, Lula Bell
Kentuckiana waltz. -- Indianapolis : Hamilton Records & Music Publisher.
2 p.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notation.
Subject: Waltzes.
Lyricist: Si, Lula Bell
Arranger: Rosemont, Walter L., ASCAP
First line: I remember the night.
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/13,477

Gordon, Irving.
Kentuckian song. -- New York: Frank Music Corp.
3 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Pl. no.: F133-2
Medium: Voice & piano, with guitar & ukulele tablature.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Gordon, Irving.
Arranger: Ellfeldt, Wm., editor
First line: I see my darlin'
Notes: "From the Hecht-Lancaster production `The Kentuckian.'"
Shelf no.: WHAS 6/14,676

Pepper, Buddy & Dick Kallman
Oldham county line. -- New York : Famous Music Corp.
4 p. : photo ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 3.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chord notations
Lyricist: Pepper, Buddy & Dick Kallman
First line: I've always been a man.
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Bernstein, Alan & Ritchie Adams
Kentucky mornin'. -- New York : Silver Blue Music Ltd. (Columbia Pictures Publications), c1977.
4 p. : photo ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 1425KSMX-3
Medium: Voice & piano, with guitar chords.
Lyricist: Bernstein, Alan & Ritchie Adams
First line: Sun shinin' down.
Shelf no.: Kentucky songs. 2 cops.

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