Sheet Music Collection

Accession Number:  SC U:81
Location:  RB-M
Dates:  1828-1980
Size:  12 record cartons; 12 cubic feet
Creator/Collector:  Unknown
Acquisition info:  Transferred from Fine Arts
Accruals:  No accruals expected
Custodial history:  Unknown
Language:  English
Processed by:  Melissa Miller, July 2017
Conservation notes:  Placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content:  The collection contains sheet music from a variety of publishers including well-known St. Louis publishers.
Arrangement:  Collection organized alphabetically by title.
Restrictions:  No restrictions
Remarks:  No remarks

Sheet Music Collection
1828-1980
12 record cartons; 12 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
 1/1  Finding Aid
 1/2  3 Duos Concertants pour Violon et Alto; Composed by AB Bruni; Braunschweig, Germany: Collection Litolff
 1/3  3 Piano Compositions; Music by Hans Schmitt Schmitt; St. Louis: Bollman Brothers; 1892
 1/4  6 Complete and Progressive Exercises for Vocalization; Music by Bonaldi; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/5  7 Grand Octave Studies; Written by Theodore Kullak; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1897
 1/6  43 Clavierstücke für die Jugend; Music by Robert Schumann; New York: Schuberth & Co.; 1849
 1/7  "ABC"; Words and Music by John Parry; New York: Hewitt & Jaques
 1/8  “Absinthe Frappè”; Lyrics by Glen MacDonough; Music by Victor Herbert; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1904
 1/9  Acme Series of Classic, Choice, and Popular Vocal Music; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 1/10  "Ada’s Favorite Rondo"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1902
 1/11  Adelaide Kalkmann’s Vocal Instructor; Words and Music by Adelaide Kalkmann; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1900
 1/12  "Les Adieux"; Music by Charles Voss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/13  "Adoration"; Poem by Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff; Music by Paul Tietjens; Dedicated to Caroline Lazzari; New York: Huntzinger & Dilworth; 1919 (3)
 1/14  "Ah! Could I Teach the Nightingale"; Words and Music by C. Keller; St. Louis: Henry Bollman
 1/15  "Ah! Gentle Eye"; Words by GW Lewis; Music by W. Heiser; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1870
 1/16  "Ah! Go Dear Child"; Words by Robert Le Diable; Music by Giacomo Meyerbeer; New York: William Hall & Sonx x
 1/17  "Ah! ‘Tis a Dream"; Words and Music by Franklin Earl Cook; To Mrs. EL Nagel of Pueblo, Colorado; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 1/18  "Air by Mozart"; Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Arranged by Charles Czerny; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/19  "Akademische Festouvertüre"; Music by Johannes Brahms; Wiesbaden, Germany: Breitkopf & Härtel
 1/20  "Alice Gray"; Sung by Miss Paton; Composed by Mrs. P. Millard; New York: Atwill’s Music Saloon
 1/21  "All Fools Day"; Poem by I.D. Foulon; Music by E.R. Kroeger; Dedicated to the Stone-Kreiter Quartet of St. Louis; Boston: JM Russell; 1888 (2)
 1/22  "All for You"; Words and Music by Jessie L. Gaynor; St. Joseph, Missouri: BL Griswold; 1891
 1/23  "All Hail, Good Templars"; Words by WF Richstein; Music by Henry Werner; Dedicated to the Good Templars of North America; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1859
 1/24  “All Is Over”; Composed by CMV Weber; Boston: George P. Reed
 1/25  "All the Boys Love Mary"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Gus Van and Joe Schenck; New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 1/26  "All the Things You Are"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Jerome Kern; New York: Chappell & Co., Inc.; 1940
 1/27  "Along the Road to Singapore"; Words by Richard W. Pascoe; Music by Hans Von Holstein and Alma M. Sanders; St. Louis: Buck & Lowney; 1915
 1/28  "Always True"; Words by Nella; Music by Henry Parker; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 1/29  "Amazing Grace"; Adapted by Lou Leaman; Torrance, California: California Music Press; 1971
 1/30  "America Beloved, Revered"; Words by Lewis Dela; Music by WP Cunnington; Dedicated to the National Guard of Philadelphia; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1859
 1/31  "America, I Follow On"; Words by Eugene Dreher; Music by Jack Mahoney; New York: Frank Harding; 1932
 1/32  "America. My Country ‘Tis of Thee"; Music by Egmont Froehlich; Dedicated to the American People; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1898
 1/33  "America My Home"; Words and Music by Joseph W. Turner; Dedicated to Benjamin T. Nyman; Boston: Charles H. Keith; 1842
 1/34  "America’s Bonny Old Flag That Bears the Stripes and Stars"; Words by Adam Wackman; St. Louis: Adam Wackman; 1915 (2)
 1/35  "Angelina"; Words by Carolyn Leigh; Music by Cy Coleman; New York: Morley Music Co.; 1960
 1/36  "The Angel’s Harp"; Music by J. Theodore Trekell; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/37  "Anheuser-Busch World’s Fair Premium March"; Words and Music by Robert Buechel; St. Louis: Robert Buechel; 1894
 1/38  "Anhelos de Amor"; Music by Fred Newman; Dedicated to Kate L. Pollard of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1892
 1/39  "Anona"; Music by Vivian Grey; New York: Leo Feist; 1903
 1/40  "Answer?"; Music by AG Robyn; Dedicated to Margaret Lackland of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885 (3)
 1/41  "Anita"; Music by Anita Comfort; Dedicated to John Philip Sousa; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895
 1/42  "Are We Almost There?"; Words and Music by Florence Vane; Boston: Oliver Ditson; 1845
 1/43  “L’Argentine”; Music by E. Ketterer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber (2)
 1/44  "Arietta"; Music by Isador Berger; Chicago: The Chicago Musician’s Club; 1921;
 1/45  "The Arms Waltz"; Music by Henry von Gudera; Dedicated to the Young Ladies of Rutger’s Female College; New York: CH Ditson & Co.
 1/46  "Arrah Go On, I’m Gonna Go Back to Oregon"; Words by Joe Young and Sam Lewis; Music by Bert Grant; New York: Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1916 (2)
 1/47  "As You Rest in Her Arms"; Words by Edward Paulton and Glen MacDonough; Music by Jean Gilbert; New York: TB Harms Co.; 1923
 1/48  "Ashes"; Words and Music by Arthur Lieber; Dedicated to EC Lackland Jr.; St. Louis: Foster Bros.; 1900
 1/49  "Ashes of Roses"; Music by Robert Goldbeck; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1880
 1/50  "Ask to Have This Played, Dolly"; Words by Ruth D. Tinkler and E. Earl Foster; Music by E. Earl Foster; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1905 (2)
 1/51  "At Dawning"; Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman; Boston: Oliver Ditson; 1914
 1/52  "At Last"; Words by Mack Gordon; Music by Harry Warren; NY: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1942
 1/53  "At the Gate of the Palace of Dreams"; Words by Charles E. Baer; Music by Johann C. Schmid; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1912
 1/54  "At the Moving Picture Ball"; Words by Howard Johnson; Music by Joseph H. Santly; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1920
 1/55  "Auf Wiedersehn or Farewell Dear Love"; Words by Frederick Weatherly; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; Dedicated to Ada S. Clegg; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 1/56  "Auld Lang Syne"; Arranged by Clarence J. Raymond; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 1/57  "The Aurora Polka"; Music by Gustavus Eckhardt; Dedicated to the Pupils of Gustavus Eckhardt; St. Loius: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 1/58  “Ave Maria”; Music by Robert Franz; St. Louis: The Musical Art Co.
 1/59  “Ave Maria”; Music by F. Kücken; St. Louis: Jacob Endres
 1/60  "Ave Maria"; Music by Rev. G. Lezzi; Dedicated to Rev. Alphonse Lezzi; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 1/61  "Ave Maria"; Music by Mascagni-Lange; Dedicated to Mrs. AD Cunningham; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 1/62  "Ave Maria"; Music by Robert Schumann; Arranged by Cora D. Rohland; Dedicated to Leila F. Perley; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895 (3)
 1/63  "Ave Verum Corpus"; Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Arranged by Theodore Moses-Tobani; NewYork: Carl Fischer, 1900
 1/64  "Avowal"; Music by Maurice Goldblatt; Dedicated to Myrtle Elvyn; Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt; 1912
 1/65  "Awakening of Spring"; Words and Music by Francois d’Almeda; St. Louis: The Musical Art Co.
 1/66  "Away Then to the Mountains"; Adapted by John H. Hewitt; Philadelphia: George W. Hewitt & Co.; 1839
 1/67  "Babbling Brook"; Words and Music by Kendis and Brockman; New York: Kendis-Brockman Music Co. Inc.; 1922
 1/68  Bach-Schaum for Piano, Book II; Music by John W. Schaum; New York: Belwin Inc.; 1946
 1/69  "Back to the Carolina You Love"; Words by Grant Clarke; Music by Jean Schwartz; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1914
 1/70  "Bagpipe Serenade"; Music by Lino Mattioli; Dedicated to William Ebann; New York: Carl Fischer; 1915
 1/71  "The Ballad of Davy Crockett"; Words by Tom Blackburn; Music by George Bruns; Glendale, California: Walt Disney Music Company; 1967
 1/72  "The Ballad of Davy Crockett"; Words by Tom Blackburn; Music by George Bruns; New York: Wonderland Music Company; 1954
 1/73  “Ballade No. 1”; Music by Francis Chilo Lathrop; New York: Carl Fischer
 1/74  "Balloon Schottisch"; Music by RF Cardella; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 1/75  “Barcarolle”; Music by Chauncy E. Tennant; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1891
 1/76  "Barcarolle"; Music by Jacques Offenbach; Transcribed by Edwin Vaile McIntyre; St. Louis: Thiebes Piano Co.; 1911
 1/77  "Bavarian Schottisch"; Music by Charles Balmer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850 (2)
 1/78  "Bear Me Boatlet, Gently Gliding"; Music by Sigmund Neukomm; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1851 (2)
 1/79  "Beatrice"; Words and Music by Anton Strelezki; Dedicated to Mme. Henry Berry; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885 (2)
 1/80  "The Beautiful Blue Danube"; Words by Charles Lange; Music by Johann Strauss; Transcribed by JB Wekerlin; To Mrs. K.J. Brainard; 1875
 1/81  "Beautiful Eileen"; Words by George Russell Jackson; Music by Walter Gleason; Bailey & Co.; 1882
 1/82  "Beautiful Peri Waltzes"; Composed by D’Alberts; Variations Composed by Charles Grobe; Dedicated to Sallie E. Crookshanks; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1860
 1/83  “Beauty, Wit, and Gold”; Words and Music by JP Knight;
 1/84  "The Beggar Student Potpourri"; Music by Carl Millöcker; Arranged by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 1/85  “Beethoven’s Dream”; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/86  "Bell-Brandon"; Dedicated to Laura E. Wailes; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1856
 1/87  "Bella Schottisch"; Music by Johann Strauss; Transcribed by G. Lamothe; Dedicated to Adelle Hartman of St. Louis; St. Louis: Henry Bollman
 1/88  "Belles of Missouri"; Music by Henry Robyn; Dedicated to Julie Deaber; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 1/89  "Belleville Waltz"; Music by Henry Robyn; Dedicated to Mathilda Lemp; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 1/90  "Bernardine"; Words and Music by Johnny Mercer; Hollywood: Palm Springs Music Co.; 1957
 1/91  "Bertha Galland Waltzes"; Music by Edwin Vaile McIntyre; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 1/92  "Better Than Gold"; Words by Mary Mark Lemon; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; Dedicated to Hugh Campbell; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882 (2)
 1/93  "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo"; Words and Music by Mack David, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston; Burbank, California: Walt Disney Music Company; 1949
 1/94  "Bimini Bay"; Words by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan; Music by Richard A. Whiting; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1921
 1/95  "The Bird at Sea"; Words by Mrs. Bemans; Music by C. Meineke; Dedicated to Mrs. Hayne; Baltimore: J. Cole & Son; 1836
 1/96  "A Bird in a Gilded Cage"; Words by Arthur J. Lamb; Music by Harry von Tilzer; Chicago: Shapiro Bernstein & Von Tilzer; 1900
 1/97  "Bird of Love"; Words by Charles Lange; Music by J. Lemmens; Dedicted to Mary Kearney of St. Louis; St. Louis; Balmer & Weber; 1876 (2)
 1/98  "The Bird with a Broken Pinion"; Words and Music by James T. Quarles; Dedicated to Gertrude; Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1903
 1/99  "The Black Crook Waltzes"; Arranged by Joseph Noll; New York: Dodworth & Son; 1867
 1/100  “Black Eyed Susan”; Boston: C. Bradlee
 1/101  “The Black Key”; Music by A. Herzog; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/102  "Blaine’s Grand March"; Music by Stephen S. Bonbright; Stephen S. Bonbright; 1884
 1/103  "Blanke’s Exposition Brands Waltz"; Music by Johan Resch; Dedicated to all Lovers of a Good Cup of Coffee; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 1/104  "Blow, Bugle, Blow"; Words by Tennyson; Music by Alfred H. Pease; Dedicated to Clara Louisa Kellogg; New York: Beer & Schirmer; 1864
 1/105  "Blue Echoes"; English Words by Fred Meadows; Music and Spanish Lyrics by Justo Carreras and Joe Farver; Mexico City, Mexico: Promotora Hispano Americana de Musica; 1939
 2/1  “Bohemian Girl”; Transcribed by Charles Brunner; St. Louis: H. Bollman; 1868
 2/2  "Bohemian Girl"; Transcribed by Charles Brunner; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 2/3  “Bohemian Girl”; Music by Claude Melnotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 2/4  "Bohemian Waltz"; Arranged by T. van Berg; Saint Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 2/5  "El Bolero"; Music by Robert W. Edwards; Dedicated to Mrs. George F. Boden of Evansville, Indiana; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1893
 2/6  "Bonnie Annie Drew"; Words by DC Miller; Music by EM Bowman; Dedicated to Ily of New York; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1867
 2/7  "The Boogie Man Rag"; Words by Mort Hyman; Music by Terry Sherman; New York: Charles K. Harris; 1912
 2/8  "Les Bords du Rhin"; Music by Francois Hunten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/9  "Botch-a-Me"; English Words and Music by Eddie Y. Stanley; Italian Words and Music by R. Morbelli and L. Astore; New York: Hollis Music, Inc.; 1952
 2/10  "Boulanger’s Grand March"; Arranged by Fred Brandeis; New York: Richard A. Saalfield; 1887 (3)
 2/11  "The Bridal Ring"; Words and Music by GH Rodwell; Arranged by FW Brandan; Dedicated to William Fairrie; New York: James L. Hewitt & Co.
 2/12  “Bright Shines the Moon”; Music by E. Ives Sr.; Baltimore: G. Willig
 2/13  “Brightest Eyes”; Music by Charles Mayer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 2/14  "The Broken Hearted"; Words by JM Church; Music by Felice Dorigo; Dedicated to Rosa Jacques; Philadelphia: A. Fiot; 1849
 2/15  "The Broken Melody"; Music by August van Biene; New York: Century Music Publishing Co.; 1921
 2/16  “The Broken Ring”; Music by Jules Egghard; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/17  "Bubble Polka"; Music by F. Southgate; Dedicated to Ida and Kate McClery of Washington DC; Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey; 1860
 2/18  "Budweiser’s a Friend of Mine"; Words by Vincent Bryan; Music by Seymour Furth; New York: Maurice Shapiro; 1907
 2/19  "Building a Nest for Mary"; Words by Billy Rose; Music by Jesse Greer; New York: Remick Music Corp.; 1928
 2/20  "Bunch o’ Blackberries"; Music by Abe Holzmann; Dedicated to EC Buchignani; New York: Feise & Frankenthaler; 1899
 2/21  "The Bunch of Violets"; German Words and Cadenzes by Charles Lange; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1876
 2/22  "Butterfly"; Words and Music by Anthony September; New York: Aberbach, Inc.; 1957
 2/23  "Butterfly Galop"; Music by Claude Melnotte; Dedicated to Isaac N. Hayden of St. Louis; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1871
 2/24  "Buzzin’ the Bee"; Words and Music by Jack Wells; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1916
 2/25 "By Gone Hours"; Words by Mrs. Norton; Music by Mrs. Price Blackwood; Louisville: WC Peters & Co.
 2/26  "By Moonlight"; Music by Franz Bendel; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 2/27  "By the Old Ohio Shore"; Words by Ballard MacDonald; Music by Mary Earl; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1921
 2/28  "California Valse"; Music by Marcus I. Epstein; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1879
 2/29  "California Valse"; Music by Marcus I. Epstein; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1904
 2/30  "Call Me Back, Pal O’ Mine"; Words by Lawrence Perricone; Music by Harold Dixon; Dedicated to ME; St. Louis: Dixon-Lane Music Publishing Co.; 1921
 2/31  "Calypso on La Source des Plaisirs"; Music by Francis Woolcott; Dedicated to Edelia Dunn; St. Louis: C. Fritz; 1856
 2/32  "Camille Polka"; Music by Charles Grobe; Dedicated to Emily L. Mumford; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1856
 2/33  "Camille Polka"; Arranged by Henry Werner; Dedicated to Matilda Heron; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1856
 2/34  "The Canadian Boat Song"; Words and Music by Thomas Moore; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/35  "Cantilene"; Music by Alexandre Batta; Dedicated to A. Bardoux; Paris, France: A. Durand & Fils
 2/36  "Capt. Jinks"; Music by A. Schuman; Arranged by C. Bergthal; Dedicated to His Orderly; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 2/37  "Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines"; Words and Music by T. Maclagan; St. Louis: Compton & Doan
 2/38  "Careless Elegance"; Music by George Schleiffarth; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1885
 2/39  "Carioca"; Words by Gus Kahn and Edward Eliscu; Music by Vincent Youmans; New York: TB Harms Company; 1933
 2/40  "Carlotta Waltz from Gasparone"; Music by C. Millöcker; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1886
 2/41  "Carolina in the Morning"; Words by Gus Kahn; Music by Walter Donaldson; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1922
 2/42  "Carolina Sunshine"; Words by Walter Hirsch; Music by Erwin R. Schmidt; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co.; 1919
 2/43  “The Carrier Dove”; New York: Atwill
 2/44  "The Carrier Dove" or "The Spirit Bird"; Words by Rev. Dr. Maffitt; Music by Daniel Johnson; Boston: Oliver Ditson; 1856
 2/45  "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny"; Words and Music by James A. Bland; Boston: Oliver Ditson Company; 1920
 2/46  "Castle Square Waltzes"; Music by Fred Brownold; Dedicated to the Castle Square Opera Co.; St. Louis: John Stark & Son; 1901
 2/47  "The Cavalier"; Words by WH Bellamy; Music by Charles W. Glover; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1851
 2/48  "Cavalleria Rusticana"; Music by P. Mascagni; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 2/49  "CC Rider (You’re So Bad)"; Words and Music by Carl Perkins and Bill Denny; Nashville: Cedarwood Publishing Co.; 1969
 2/50  "The Celebrated Chop Sticks Waltz"; Dedicated to Mrs. Werner; New York: RA Saalfield; 1879
 2/51  "Celeste Waltz"; Music by Aileen Brown; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1911
 2/52  "Champagne Charlie"; Music by Charles Auchester; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 2/53  “Chant Bohemien”; Music by L. de Meyer; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 2/54  “Le Chant du Berger”; Music by M. de Colas; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1864
 2/55  "Le Chant du Bivouac"; Arranged by R. de Vilbac; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/56  "Chant Polonais No. II"; Music by Frederic Chopin; Transcribed by Franz Liszt; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1916
 2/57  "Charge of the Uhlans"; Music by C. Bohm; St. Louis: Bollman Brothers Music Co.
 2/58  The Charles K. Harris Operatic Dance Album No. 1; New York: Charles K. Harris; 1908
 2/59  “La Chatelaine”; Music by E. Ketterer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/60  “La Chatelaine”; Music by E. Ketterer; St. Louis: Jacob Endres
 2/61  "Chattanooga Blues"; Words by Maceo Pinkard; Music by I. Seidel; Indianapolis: Seidel Music Publishing Co.; 1916
 2/62  "Cheer, Boys, Cheer"; Words and Music by Herman Schneider; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1862
 2/63  "Cheer Leader Charlie"; Words and Music by James Cavanaugh, Harry Edelheit, and Bob Emmerich; New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation; 1935
 2/64  "The Chick Waltz"; Music by E. Mack; Dedicated to Mary B. Miller; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1867
 2/65  "Chickadee"; Words by HR Dorr; Music by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1882
 2/66  "The Child of the Regiment"; English Words by Charles Jefferys; Music by Donizetti; Arranged by CW Glover; Louisville, Kentucky: Peters, Webb & Co.
 2/67  "The Child of the Regiment"; English Words by Charles Jefferys; Music by Donizetti; Arranged by CW Glover; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber (2)
 2/68  "Childhoods Happy Days"; Words and Music by Robert Ravecke; Dedicated to FW Hoffmann of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 2/69  "The Children’s Home Song"; Words by Fred E. Weatherly; Music by Fred H. Cowen; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/70  "The Children’s Kingdom Song"; Words by JJ Lonsdale; Music by Jacques Blumenthal; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber (2)
 2/71  "Ching a Ling’s Jazz Bazaar"; Words by Howard Johnson; Music by Ethel Bridges; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1920
 2/72  "Chrysanthemum"; Music by LA Drumheller; Dedicated to Hattie Marks of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 2/73  "Cindy, Oh Cindy"; Words and Music by Bob Barron and Burt Long; New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation; 1956
 2/74  "Cinquième Nocturne"; Music by J. Leybach; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 2/75  "Cinquième Nocturne"; Music by J. Leybach; Dedicated to Miss Henrietta Gass of St. Louis; Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.
 2/76  "Circus Galop"; Music by Charles Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1878
 2/77  "The Clipper Ship"; Words and Music by F. Percival; Dedicated to AW Smith of Lexington, Missouri; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 2/78  "Les Cloches du Monastère"; Music by Lefebury Wely; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 2/79  "Cloister Bells"; Music by Edward M. Read; Dedicated to Grace Read; St. Louis: Robert DeYong & Co.; 1894
 2/80  "Coliseum Grand March"; Music by Charles Balmer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber Music House Co.; 1897
 2/81  "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean"; Words and Music by David T. Shaw; Arranged by TA Becket; Dedicated to Joh S. du Solle; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1843
 2/82  "Columbian Club March"; Music by Guido Vogel; Dedicated to Members of the Columbian Club; St. Louis: Guido Vogel; 1896
 2/83  Columbian Conservatory of Music Intermediate Course; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1910
 2/84  "Come and Listen My Gentle Theresa"; English Words by GRY; Music by Rudolf Dellinger; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1886
 2/85  "Come Back to Erin"; Words and Music by Claribel; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 2/86  "Come Be My Love"; Words and Music by AC Eimer; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 2/87  "Come è Bello from Lucrezia Borgia"; Words and Music by Donizetti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 2/88  "Company A, 5th Regiment March"; Music by CD Splittgerber; Dedicated to Capt. HC Wilmot and the Boys of Company A; Pekin, Illinois: Company A; 1908
 2/89  "Comrades Song"; Words and Music by Felix McGlennon; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/90  “Concert Polka”; Music by Claude Melnotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1871
 2/91  "Conrad’s Budweiser Waltzes"; Music by Carl Conrad; St. Louis: Balmer &Weber; 1879
 2/92  “Consolations”; Music by Franz Liszt; Boston: VF Wood Music Co.; 1904
 2/93  “Constance Polka”; Music by Francis H. Brown; 1852
 2/94  "Corn Flower"; Music by Charles Coote; Philadelphia: Charles WA Trumpler
 2/95  "Cottage Fair, Peeping There"; Words and Music by J. Beschnitt; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1886
 2/96  “The Cracovian Maid”; Arranged by A. Schmitz; Philadelphia: A. Fiot
 2/97  "Cradle-Song"; Music by Johannes Brahms; Arranged by Carl Deis; Dedicated to MBHR; New York: G. Schirmer, Inc.; 1938
 2/98  "Crazy Rhythm"; Words by Irving Caesar; Music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1928
 2/99  "Creole Belles"; Music by J. Bodewalt Lampe; New York: The Lampe Music Co.; 1900
 2/100  "La Cristallique"; Music by Henri Herz; Dedicated to Emily Fairblank of New York; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 2/101  "The Crocodile Song"; Words by Howard Rogers; Music by Otto Motzan and Harry Akst; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1920
 2/102  "The Cross in the Forest"; English Translation by Charles Lange; Music by VE Becker; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875
 2/103  "Cry"; Words and Music by Churchill Kohlman; New York: Mellow Music Publishing; 1951
 2/104  "The Curator"; Words by La Verne Barber; Music by Jean Stor; Dedicated to Arthur Schomburg; New York: Handy Brothers Music Co., Inc.; 1942
 2/105  "Daisy (Liebeshainblümchen)"; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Compton & Doan
 2/106  "Dance of the Sunbeams"; Music by Donald D. Lowmiller; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1920
 2/107  "Dancing in the Dark"; Words by Howard Dietz; Music by Arthur Schwartz; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1931
 2/108  "Dancing in the Old Barn"; Arranged by Henry Werner; Dedicated to John Mahler’s Classes in St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1889
 2/109  "Danse Hongroise"; Music by Robert Fuchs; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1891 (2)
 2/110  "Danube Waltz"; Arranged by T. Richards; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1871
 2/111  "Dardanella"; Words by Fred Fisher; Music by Felix Bernard and Johnny S. Black; New York: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc.; 1919 (3)
 2/112  “Dark Eyed One”; Arranged by AB Martinez; New York: Atwill
 2/113  "Dat’s Ma Honey Sho’s Yo’ Born"; Words and Music by Joe Jordan; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1912
 2/114  "Daybreak"; Words by Harold Adamson; Music by Ferde Grofe; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1942
 3/1  "Dear Native Home"; Words and Music by William Ball; New York: Hewitt & Jaques
 3/2  "Dear Old Daddy Long Legs"; Words by Neville Fleeson; Music by Albert von Tilzer; Dedicated to Mary Pickford; New York: Broadway Music Corporation; 1919
 3/3  "Dear Old Saint Lou’"; Words and Music by Allan Adair; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1920
 3/4  "Dearest Mae"; Words by Francis Lynch; Music by LVH Crosby; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1882
 3/5  "Dearest One"; Words by Gus Kahn; Music by Walter Blaufuss; New York: Jerome H. Remick & C.; 1920
 3/6  "Dearie"; Words and Music by Clare Kummer; New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co.; 1905
 3/7  "December"; Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky; Leipzig, Germany: Rob. Forberg; 1897
 3/8  "Les Délices des Jeunes Pianistes"; Music by Ferdinand Beyer; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott
 3/9  “Il Desiderio”; Music by H. Cramer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/10  "The Destiny of Our Country"; Words by LE Alewel; Music by R. Knopp; St. Louis; 1954
 3/11  "Dew on the Meadow"; Music by Armin Schotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1872
 3/12  "Dirty Hands! Dirty Face!"; Words by Al Jolson; Music by James V. Monaco; New York: Clarke & Leslie; 1923
 3/13  "Dixie Girl"; Music by J. Bodewalt Lampe; Detroit: The Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.; 1903
 3/14  "Do You Ever Think of Me"; Words by Harry D. Kerr and John Cooper; Music by Earl Burtnett; San Francisco: Sherman Clay & Co.; 1920
 3/15  "Doctor Tinkle Tinker"; Words by Otto Hauerbach; Music by Karl Hoschna; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1910
 3/16  "La Doleur"; Music by Ludwig van Beethoven; St. Louis: John Gass & Co.
 3/17  "Dominique"; English Words by Randy Sparks; Music by Soeur Sourire; New York: General Music Publishing Co.; 1966
 318  “Don Juan Menuet”; Arranged by T. Meyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1873
 3/19  "Don’t Bite the Hand That’s Feeding You"; Words by Thomas Hoier; Music by Jimmie Morgan; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1915 (2)
 3/20  "Dost Love Me True?"; Words and Music by C. Bohm; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1888
 3/21  "La Douler Waltz"; Music by Ludwig van Beethoven; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 3/22  "Dove Waltz"; Music by Miss E. Wietfeld; Dedicated to Katie Rodgers; St. Louis: Henry Bollman;
 3/23  "Down Among the Sheltering Palms"; Words by James Brockman; Music by Abe Olman; Chicago: LaSalle Music Pub. Co.; 1914
 3/24  "Down in Jungle Town"; Words by Edward Madden; Music by Theodore Morse; New York: FB Haviland Pub. Co.; 1908
 3/25  "Down on the Ohio"; Words and Music by Edith Kingsley; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 3/26  "Downhearted"; Words by Bob Hilliard; Music by Dave Mann; New York: George Paxton, Inc.; 1953
 3/27  "Dream Kisses"; Words by Jack Yellen; Music by MK Jerome; New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein; 1927
 3/28  “Dream of Spring”; Music by H. Lichner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/29  "Dreams of Home"; Music by W. Cooper; Dedicated to Miss Regina Pasquier; St. Louis: Bollman Bros. Music Co.
 3/30  "Dreamy Melody"; Words and Music by Ted Koehler, Frank Magine, and C. Naset; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1922
 3/31  "Drift My Bark"; Words and Music by F. Kücken; St. Louis: Richard J. Compton (2)
 3/32  “Drift My Bark”; Music by Charles Mayer; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1893
 3/33  "Drifting"; Music by AC Eimer; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 3/34  "Drifting Clouds"; Music by Charles Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 3/35  Duvernoy’s Exercises; Music by JB Duvernoy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/36  "Early Dawn Polka"; Music by Francis H. Brown; Dedicated to Rebecca S. Burge; New York: William Hall & Son; 1853
 3/37  "Earth Angel"; Words and Music by Curtis Williams; New York: Dootsie Williams Publications; 1954
 3/38  "Easy Melody"; Words and Music by Larry Conley and Gene Rodemich; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1923
 3/39  "Ecce Deus Salvator Meus"; Music by I. Clifton; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 3/40  "Egeria"; Music by ER Kroeger; Dedicated to Mrs. Charles Kunkel; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1897
 3/41  "The Egyptian Girl’s Song"; Words by Mrs. SJ Howe; Music by EC Davis; Dedicated to Miss S. Pomeroy; St. Louis: N. Phillips; 1850
 3/42  “Elegie”; Music by Lino Mattiolo; New York: Carl Fischer; 1915
 3/43  "Elégie"; Music by A. Brandoukoff; Dedicated to Olga Ivanowna Tchertkoff; Paris, France: A. Durand & Fils
 3/44  “The Elfin Sprite”; Music by L. Arditi; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1865
 3/45  "Eliza Waltz"; Music by Henry Robyn; Dedicated to Madam R. Barth; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 3/46  "Eliza Waltz"; Music by F. Beler; Dedicated to Fannie Pritchard; St. Louis: Joseph W. Postlewaite; 1858
 3/47  "Ellen Bayne"; Words and Music by Stephen C. Foster; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1854 (2)
 3/48  "The Elopement"; Words by JS Freligh; Music by JH Ross; Dedicated to TB Prendergast of the Campbell Minstrels; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1856
 3/49  "En Passant"; Words by Harold G. Henderson; Music by Gustavus Tuckerman; "O! That We Two Were Maying"; Words by Charles Kingsley; Music by Gustavus Tuckerman; "Faith"; Words by HC Hayden; Music by Gustavus Tuckerman
 3/50  "Erin is My Home"; Arranged and Adapted by Moscheles; Baltimore: George Willig
 3/51  "Etude Melodique"; Music by J. Raff; St. Louis: International Conservatory of Music; 1911
 3/52  Études della Vélocité; Music by Charles Czerny; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 3/53  "Evangeline"; Words and Music by William S. Hays; Arranged by J. Holland; Dedicated to Sunie P. Mitchell of St. Louis; Cleveland: S. Brainard; 1862 (2)
 3/54  "Evangeline" Words by Charlotte Young; Music by John Blockley; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 3/55  "Evelina Schottisch"; Music by T. van Berg; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 3/56  "Evening Breezes"; Music by Henry Bollman; Dedicated to Theresa Overstolz of St. Louis; St. Louis: H. Bollman & Sons; 1881 (2)
 3/57  "Evening Reverie"; Music by Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1914
 3/58  "Evening Song"; Music by Carl Wilhelm Kern; Dedicated to Clelia and Clenia George; St. Louis; Val. A. Reis Music Co.; 1905
 3/59  "Every Little Movement"; Words by OA Hauerbach; Music by Karl Hoschna; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1910 (2)
 3/60  "(Everybody Knows I Love Him) Everybody Knows He’s Mine; Words and Music by Russell Smith; Indianapolis: Seidel Music Publishing Co.; 1918
 3/61  "Expectation Schottisch"; Music by T. van Berg; Dedicated to Mattie Blankenship of Alton, Illinois; St. Louis: Jacob Endres; 1964
 3/62  "F. Beyer & Son’s Waltz"; Music by Louis Retter; St. Louis: Louis Retter and Co.; 1897
 3/63  "Fairies Pastime"; Music by H. Bollman; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1890
 6/64  "Fairy Bettie Quickstep"; Music by C. Kinkel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 3/65  "Faithful Forever"; Words and Music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger; New York: Famous Music Corporation; 1939
 3/66  "The Falconer"; Words by Hugh Conway; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Musical Art Co.
 3/67  “Fannie Powers”; Music by Eddie Fox; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 3/68  "Fantaisie-Berceuse"; Music by Paul Mori; Dedicated to Mrs. S. Scott of St. Louis: St. Louis: The Musical News; 1898
 3/69  "Far Away"; Music by B. Richards; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/70  "Farewell!"; Words and Music by Henry Bollman; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1868
 3/71  "Farewell If Ever Fondest Prayer"; Music by Charles Grobe; Dedicated to J. Fitzgerald; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1851 (2)
 3/72  "Farewell My Lilly Dear"; Words and Music by Stephen C. Foster; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1851
 3/73  "Farewell Polka"; Arranged by H. Bollman; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1868
 3/74  “Faust”; Arranged by E. Ketterer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/75  “Faust”; Arranged by Charles Kunkel; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1898
 3/76  "Faust"; Arranged by J. Leybach; Dedicated to Henrietta Gass of St. Louis; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman;
 3/77  "Faust Flower Song"; Music by Th. Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/78  Favorite National Songs; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.
 3/79  "Favorita"; Music by Charles Brunner; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 3/80  "Feel Like a Million!"; Words and Music by Will Waldron; St. Louis: AH Lewis Medieine Co.; 1928
 3/81  "Felice Waltz"; Music by Mamie A. Gunn; Arranged by DS de Lisle; Dedicated to Nellie Sullivan of St. Louis; 1899
 3/82  "La Feliciana Waltz"; Music by Herman S. Saroni; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 3/83  "Festival March"; Arranged by Charles Kern; Dedicated to Leonora Bowman of St. Louis; St. Louis: Richard J. Compton; 1866
 3/84  "Festival March"; Music by Alfred Ernst; Dedicated to Mrs. Adolphus Busch; Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1897
 3/85  "Festival ‘Te Deum’ in E Flat"; Music by Henry H. Darby; Dedicated to Carroll M. Davis, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1904
 3/86  “Fete Hongroise”; Music by J. Leyback; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/87  Fifty Grand Finishing Studies, Books II-VI; Music by C. Czerny; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 3/88  Fifty Songs; Music by Robert Franz; Boston: Oliver Ditson Company; 1903
 3/89  "La Fille du Regiment"; Arranged by T. Richards; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1869
 3/90  "The First Kiss Waltz"; Music by George Lamothe; Arranged by T. van Berg and Henri Rummel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1877 (2)
 3/91  “First Love”; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 3/92  "The First Violin Romance"; Words and Music by Guido Vogel; Dedicated to Mrs. SB Sale of St. Louis; St. Louis: Guido Vogel; 1896
 3/93  "Five O’Clock in the Morning"; German Words by CA Zündt; Music by Claribel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1867 (2)
 4/1  "The Flatterer"; Music by C. Chaminade; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1897
 4/2  "Fleeting Time"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 4/3  "Fletcher Waltz"; Music by W. Chrysler; Buffalo, New York: Blodgett & Bradford
 4/4  “Fleur de Boheme”; Music by Adrian Talexy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/5  "Fleur de Printemps"; Music by C. Chaminade; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1890
 4/6  "Flick & Flock"; Transcription by Eugene Ketterer; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 4/7  "Flirtation Waltz"; Music by M. Strakosch; Dedicated to MC Casini; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1849
 4/8  "Floating Down the River (‘Cause It’s Moonlight Now in Dixieland)"; Words by Roger Lewis; Music by James White; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1913
 4/9  “Florence Waltzes”; Music by C. Godfrey; Boston: Henry Tolman & Co.; 1867
 4/10  "Flossy and Don"; Words and Music by James A. Mayhew; St. Louis: James A. Mayhew; 1957
 4/11  "Flow on Thou Shining River"; Arranged by Sir John Stevenson; Boston: C. Bradlee
 4/12  "Flower Dance"; Music by Edwin Vaile McIntyre; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1910
 4/13  "The Flower Queen Schottisch"; Music by Charlie C. Converse; Dedicated to Emma Knight of Louisville, Kentucky; Louisville: GW Brainard & Co.; 1835
 4/14  “Flower Song”; Music by G. Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber (3)
 4/15  "Fly, Birdling, Thro’ the Verdant Wood!"; Words by Ida Gräfin Hahn-Hahn; Music by Aug. Wm. Hoffmann; Dedicated to Ernest Knabe of Baltimore; August Wm. Hoffmann; 1887
 4/16  "Flying in the Spirit of Christmas"; Words by E. Marie Cooper; Music by Hubert Bauersachs; Dedicated to Santa Claus KSD of St. Louis; St. Louis: Advance Music Pub. Co.; 1934 (2)
 4/17  "Fooled"; Words by Mann Curtis; Music by Doris Tauber; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1955
 4/18  "For Mary, the Baby and Me"; Words by Paul Cunningham; Music by James V. Monaco; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1918
 4/19  "For Thee"; Music by HW Petrie; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1892
 4/20  “For Thee Alone”; Music by Edouard Schütt; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1907
 4/21  "Forever Song"; Words by Violet Fane; Music by DF Colville; Dedicated to Minnie Mizner of Benicia, California; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 4/22  "Forever With You in My Dreams"; Words by Arthur Gillespie; Music by Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Jerome H. Remick; 1911
 4/23  "Forget Me Not"; Music by T. Giese; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1903
 4/24  "Forget-Me-Not"; Music by Henry Bollman; Dedicated to Miss Alic Rix of Keokuk, Iowa; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1870
 4/25  "Forget-Me-Not"; Music by S. Seiler; Dedicated to Minnie V. Rennie of St. Louis; St. Louis: S. Seiler; 1893
 4/26  "Forgive"; Words and Music by Franz Abt.; Dedicated to FL Ridgeley Jr.; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1873
 4/27  "Forgive Me"; Words by Jack Yellen; Music by Milton Ager; New York: Advanced Music Corporation; 1927
 4/28  "Four Chararteristique Pieces"; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to Mattie E. Blow of St. Louis; St. Louis: Alfred G. Robyn; 1882
 4/29  "Four Walls"; Words and Music by Marvin Moore and George Campbell; New York: Sheldon Music, Inc.; 1957
 4/30  “Fresh Green”; Music by C. Bohm; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1895
 4/31  "Freuet Euch des Lebens"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/32  "Friends That Are Good and True"; Words by Julius Steger; Music by Edward Eysler; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1905
 4/33  "Frolic of the Frogs"; Music by JJ Wilson; Philadelphia: Eclipse Publishing Co.; 1902
 4/34  "Frolic of the Maple Leaves"; Music by JM Baldwin; St. Louis: Thiebes Piano Co.; 1905 (2)
 4/35  "From the Alps the Horn Resounding"; Words and Music by Heinrich Proch; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/36  "Funeral March"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1900
 4/37  “The Garland”; Arranged by KF; Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co.
 4/38  "Garland of Old Fashioned Roses"; Words by Charles H. Musgrove; Music by E. Clinton Keithley; Chicago: Forster Music Publisher; 1911
 4/39  "Gates Ajar"; Words and Music by G. Estabrook; Dedicated to Lizzie Hampson; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 4/40  "The Gathered Rose and the Stolen Heart"; Words by Mrs. Embury; Music by C. Hine; Dedicated to Kate Jones; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 4/41  "Gathering Flowers"; Music by Edwin Vaile McIntyre; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1920
 4/42  "Gavotte"; Music by Maurice Goldblatt; Dedicated to Bruno Steindel, solo cellist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
 4/43  "Gavotte Ancienne"; Music by EV McIntyre; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1920
 4/44  “La Gazelle”; Arranged by HA Wollenhaupt; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875
 4/45  "Gazelle Waltz"; Music by Henry Bollman; Dedicated to August Ambs of St. Louis; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1873 (2)
 4/46  "Gee! But I Hate to Go Home Alone"; Words by Joe Goodwin; Music by James F. Hanley; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1922
 4/47  "Gen’l Boulanger’s Review March"; Arranged by Charles Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 4/48  "German Popular Air"; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 4/49  German Songs; New York: Richard A. Saalfield
 4/50  "Germans Triumphal March"; Music by Jacob Kunkel; Dedicated to the German Nation; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1870
 4/51  "Gilly Gilly Ossenfeffer Katzenellen Bogen by the Sea"; Words and Music by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning; New York: Beaver Music Publishing Corp.; 1954
 4/52  "The Gipsey’s Song"; Words and Music by Giacomo Meyerbeer; New York: William Hall & Son; 1852
 4/53  "The Girl That I Marry"; Words and Music by Irving Berlin; New York: Irving Berlin; 1946
 4/54  "Girofle-Girofla"; Music by Charles Lecocq; Arranged by E. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875 (2)
 4/55  "Give Me the Sultan’s Harem"; Words by Alex Gerber; Music by Abner Silver; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1919
 4/56  "God, Be With the World"; Words by Ora Hill; Music by John Kessler; St. Louis: Ora Hill; 1941 (2)
 4/57  “Golden Bells”; Music by Alphonse Leduc; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 4/58  "Golden Fleece"; Music by RE Washburn; St. Louis: RE Washburn; 1896
 4/59  "Golden Gate (Open for Me)"; Words and Music by Kendis & Brockman; New York: Leo. Feist Inc.; 1919
 4/60  "Golden Pippin"; Music by E. Garland; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1858 (2)
 4/61  "Gondellied"; Music by Theodore Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/62  “Gondellied”; Music by Th. Oesten; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 4/63  “Gondola”; Music by TH Keil; St. Louis: Louis Retter Music Co.; 1903
 4/64  "The Gondolier"; Music by WC Powell; New York: Shapiro-Remick & Co.; 1904
 4/65  "Good Bye, Sweet Day"; Words by Celia Thaxter; Music by Kate Vannah; Boston: Louis H. Ross & Co.; 1891
 4/66  "Good Bye, Sweet Heart, Good Bye"; Words and Music by John L. Hatton; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/67  "Good Night Beloved"; Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Music by Elizabeth Philp.; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 4/68  "Good Night My Child"; Words and Music by Franz Abt.; St. Louis: JA Pozzoni
 4/69  "Good-bye, Good Luck, God Bless You"; Words by J. Keirn Brennan; Music by Ernest R. Ball; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1916
 4/70  "Good-bye, Wild Women, Good-bye"; Words by Howard Johnson and Milton Ager; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: Leo. Feist; 1919
 4/71  Gradus ad Parnassum; Music by Muzio Clementi; Braunschweig, Germany: Henry Litolff
 4/72  "Grand Galop de Concert"; Music by Eugene Ketterer; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 4/73  "Grand Hungarian Triumphal March"; Music by Josef Gung’l; Dedicated to the Able Defenders of the Hungarian Republic; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1849
 4/74  "Grand Imperial Concert March"; Music by C. Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1877
 4/75  "Grand March from Gounod’s Faust"; Arranged by TM Brown; Dedicated to Lizzie Weber of St. Louis; St. Louis: Richard J. Compton; 1864
 4/76  "Grand Opera Fantasia"; Music by Marcus I. Epstein; Dedicated to the composer’s parents; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1876
 4/77  "Grand Polka di Bravura"; Music by Guillaume Kuhe; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 4/78  "Grand Polonaise"; Music by Weber; Arranged by Liszt-Kunkel; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1897
 4/79  "Grand Potpourri from Aida"; Arranged by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 4/80  “Grand Trio”; Music by Ignaz Lachner; London: Augener & Co.
 4/81  "Grande Valse Brillante"; Music by W. Kuhe; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 4/82  "Grande Valse Brillante"; Music by Richard S. Poppen; Dedicated to Mattie Brown of St. Louis; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1864
 4/83  "Grande Valse de Concert"; Music by Tito Mattei; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1886
 4/84  "Graziella"; Arranged by Theodore Le Grand; Dedicated to Sallie Porter; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 4/85  "Great Missouri"; Music by Cora Cross Marshall; Mrs. Cora Cross Marshall; 1909
 4/86  "Green River"; Words by Eddie Cantor; Music by Van & Schenck; Chicago: Schoenhofen Co.; 1920
 4/87  "Greeting"; Words and Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 4/88  "Greeting to Spring"; Music by FW Henzel; Dedicated to Frederick Skrainka; St. Louis: Henry Bollman; 1876
 4/89  "Guantanamera (Lady of Guantanamo)"; Spanish Words and Music by Jose Marti; English Words by Bernard Gasso; New York: Lewis Music Publishing Company; 1966
 4/93  "Guard Well Your Hearts!"; Words by JB Murphy; Music by Francis Woolcott; Dedicated to Julia Barton; St. Louis: WM Harlow
 4/91  "Guess Polka"; Music by TM Brown; Dedicated to Annie Shepley of St. Louis; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 4/92  "Guided by Faith Steer Now Your Bark"; Words and Music by Richard Wager; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 5/1  "Had I the Choosing"; Words by Minnie Gilmore; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to Minnie Gilmore; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1891
 5/2  "Hail, Missouri!"; Words by Ora Hill; Music by John Kessler; St. Louis: Ora Hill; 1941
 5/3  "Hail! The Baltimore and Ohio"; Words and Music by Walter Goodwin and Margaret T. Stevens; New York: Walter Goodwin Inc.; 1927 (3)
 5/4  "Hail to the Chief"; Words by Sir Walter Scott; Music by James Sanderson; New York: E. Riley
 5/5  "Hallelujah!"; Words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey; Music by Vincent Youmans; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1927
 5/6  "Halling"; Music by Herman Sandby; New York: Carl Fischer; 1917
 5/7  "The Happy Days of Childhood"; Music by August Waldauer; Dedicated to Mary DC Ludlow; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 5/8  "The Happy Days of Yore"; Arranged by CM Currier; Cincinnati: WC Peters & Sons; 1858
 5/9  "A Happy Thought"; Music by Cora D. Rohland; Dedicated to Constance C. Rohland; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895 (4)
 5/10  "Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp of Savannah)"; Words and Music by Jack Yellen, Milton Ager, Bob Bigelow, and Charles Bates; New York: Warner Bros. Publications; 1924
 5/11  "Hark! Hark! The Soft Bugle"; Music by MS; Arranged by F. Blantchor; Philadelphia: George Willig; 1838
 5/12  “Harmonie Harvard”; Music by IL Schoen; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 5/13  "Harp of the Wild Wind"; Words by Mary Bradford; Music by Orramel Whittlesey; Dedicated to Eliza Tully Whittlesey; Salem, Connecticut: O. Whittlesey; 1851
 5/14  "Harvest of Flowers"; Arranged by Jul. Weiss; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman (2)
 5/15  "Harvest of Flowers"; Arranged by Jul. Weiss; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 5/16  "The Haunted Spring"; Words and Music by S. Lover; Philadelphia: Osbourn’s Music Saloon
 5/17  "Hay-Ride March"; Music by Th. Keil; St. Louis: Louis Retter Music Co.; 1904
 5/18  "He Doeth All Things Well"; Words by FME; Music by IB Woodbury; Dedicated to Mrs. Follett; Boston: George P. Reed; 1847
 5/19  "He Just Twiddled His Thumbs"; Words by Ed Rose; Music by Abe Olman; Chicago: Forster Music Publisher; 1917
 5/20  "He Loved Me Once"; Words by Frederick Langbridge; Music by Gustavus Tuckerman; London: Hart & Co.
 5/21  "He Went in Like a Lion and Came Out Like a Lamb"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 5/22  "Hear Me Norma"; Arranged by S. Nelson; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 5/23  "The Heart Sighs Ever to Be Free"; Words by H. Paulton and W. Parke; Music by P. Bucalossi; Dedicated to Janet R. Berry of Carlinville, Illinois; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 5/24  "Heather Bells Polka"; Music by Jacob Kunkel; Dedicated to Miss Stella H. Sisson of Austin, Texas; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1875
 5/25  "Heaven Was Never Like This"; Words and Music by Mack David; New York: Famous Music Corporation; 1954
 5/26  "Helen’s Babies"; Music by EA Benson; Dedicated to Lettie M. Gardiner; 1877
 5/27  "Hello Central, Give Me Heaven"; Music by Charles K. Harris; Arranged by Joseph Clauder; London: Charles K. Harris; 1901
 5/28  "Hello, Hawaii, How Are You?"; Words by Bert Kalmar and Edgar Leslie; Music by Jean Schwartz; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1915
 5/29  “Henry Irving March”; Music by John Oxley; New York: RA Saalfield; 1883
 5/30  "Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still"; Music by Brinley Richards; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 5/31  "Herculean Quick Step"; Music by Zaleucus; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 5/32  "Hiawatha"; Music by Neil Moret; Dedicated to Harvey Deardorff; Detroit: Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.; 1902
 5/33  "Hiawatha’s Melody of Love"; Words by Alfred Bryan and Artie Mehlinger; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1920
 3/34  “High Life Waltzes”; Music by Ed. Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875
 5/35  "His Love in Springtime"; Words and Music by Rebecca B. James; St. Louis: RB James and Sons; 1968
 5/36  "Home Sweet Home"; Sung by Mrs. Wood; Dedicated to the Young Ladies of Science Hill Female Academy in Shelbyville, Kentucky; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1859
 5/37  "Home Sweet Home"; Music by Henry R. Bishop; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 5/38  "Home, Sweet Home"; Music by J. Albert Snow; Dedicated to Albert F. Cates; New York: WA Evans & Bro.; 1882
 5/39  “Home Sweet Home”; Music by T. Valentine; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 5/40  "Home to Our Mountains"; Words and Music by Verdi; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 5/41  "Honey-Babe"; Words by Paul Francis Webster; Music by Max Steiner; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1954
 5/42  "Hong Kong"; Words by Richard W. Pascoe; Music by Hans von Holstein and Alma M. Sanders; St. Louis: Buck & Lowney; 1916
 5/43  "The Hope Too Bright to Last"; Music by Charles Warren; Dedicated to Mrs. Taylor of Cincinnati; St. Louis: N. Phillips; 1847
 5/44  "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)"; Words and Music by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning; New York: Roncom Music Co.; 1956
 5/45  "A Hot Time in the Old Town"; Words by Joe Hayden; Music by Theo. A. Metz; New York: Jos. We. Stern & Co.; 1896
 5/46  "How About You"; Words by Ralph Freed; Music by Burton Lane; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1941
 5/47  "How High the Moon"; Words by Nancy Hamilton; Music by Morgan Lewis; New York: Chappell & Co.; 1950
 5/48  "How Yearns My Soul to Write to Thee"; Words and Music by F. Gumbert; Arranged by CH Greene; English translation by WT Harris; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1866
 5/49  "Les Huguenots de G. Meyerbeer"; Arranged by Henri Cramer; Mainz, Germany: B. Scholl
 5/50  "Les Huguenots de J. Meyerbeer"; Arranged by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 5/51  "Hula Hula Dream Girl"; Words by Gus Kahn; Music by Ted Fiorito; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1924
 5/52  "The Humming Bird"; Music by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1911
 5/53  "I Aint’en Got’en No Time to Have the Blues"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 5/54  "I Am Dreaming of Thee"; Words and Music by Alexander Lee; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 5/55  "I Am Strong for Belleville"; Words and Music by Henry C. Schnell; HC Schnell; 1914
 5/56  "I Can Not Say the Sad Good-bye"; Words by Wahsrek; Music by Henry Bollman; Dedicated to Josh Rothschild; St. Louis: H. Bollman & Sons; 1880
 5/57  "I Cannot Call Her Mother"; Words by Sarah T. Bolton; Music by R. Sinclair; New York: William A. Pond & Co.; 1854
 5/58  "I Can’t Give You Anything but Love"; Words by Dorothy Fields; Music by Jimmy McHugh; New York: Jack Mills, Inc.; 1928
 5/59  "I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls"; Words and Music by MW Balfe; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 5/60  "I Get Ideas"; Words by Dorcas Cochran; Music by Sanders; New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc.; 1951
 5/61  "I Got a Woman, Crazy for Me"; Words by Richard A. Whiting; Music by Neil Moret; San Francisco: Villa Moret Inc.; 1928
 5/62  "I Got the Sun in the Morning"; Words and Music by Irving Berlin; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1946
 5/63  "I Hum a Waltz"; Words and Music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel; New York: Miller Music Inc.; 1937
 5/64  "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"; Words by Douglass Cross; Music by George Cory; New York: General Music Publishing Co.; 1954
 5/65  "I Lost the Best Pal That I Had"; Words and Music by Dick Thomas; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 5/66  "I Love a Lassie"; Words and Music by Harry Lauder & Gerald Grafton; London: Francis, Day & Hunter; 1906
 5/67  "I Love You Dear, and Only You"; Words by Frank Pixley; Music by Gustav Luders; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1900
 5/68  "I Love You, My Love, I Do"; Words and Music by Dave Reed Jr.; New York: Brooks & Denton; 1897
 5/69  "I Never Have Loved Thee"; Words by Amelia; Music by WC Peters; Baltimore: WC Peters; 1843
 5/70  "I Saw Esau"; Words and Music by Cy Coben; New York: Towne Music Corp.; 1956
 5/71  "I Saw from the Beach"; Words by Thomas Moore; Music by AG Robyn; Dedicated to Ada C. Branson; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1877
 5/72  "I Sure Am a Baseball Fan"; Words and Music by Amos L. Colman; Dedicated to Ray Varble; Desoto, Missouri: Amos L. Colman; 1912
 5/73  "I Turn My Steps to Home"; Words and Music by G. Linley; Arranged by Francis Weiland; Philadelphia: George Willig; 1841
 5/74  "I Wanna Go Home (With You)"; Words and Music by Joe Candullo and Jack Joyce; New York: Paxton Music, Inc.; 1945
 5/75  "I Wanna Sing About You"; Words and Music by Cliff Friend and Dave Dreyer; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1931
 5/76  "I Want to See My Ida Hoe in Idaho"; Words by Alex Sullivan; Music by Bert Rule; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1918
 5/77  "I Wish I Were a Little Bird"; Words and Music by Jno. S. Holmes; Dedicated to Mrs. S. Schlesinger; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1870
 5/78  "I Would I Were a Child Again"; Words and Music by HT Merrill; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 5/79  "I Would Like to Change My Name"; Music by Miss Ouri; Arranged by IF Lohlein; Dedicated to the Fraternity of Young Bachelors; St. Louis: Henry Pilcher & Son; 1856
 5/80  "I Would that My Love"; Words by H. Heine; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber (2)
 5/81  "I’d Offer Thee This Hand of Mine"; Music by J. Winter; Arranged by C. Romani; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 5/82  "If All the Girls were Roses"; Words by George Cooper; Music by Charles E. Pratt; New York: Century Music Pub. Co.; 1906
 5/83  "If I Could Only Tell"; Music by JT Rutledge; Arranged by Henry Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 5/84  "If I Speak to Thee in Friendship’s Name"; Words and Music by T. Moore; Philadelphia: Fiot, Meighnen & Co.
 5/85  "If Thou Hast Crushed a Flower"; Words by Mrs. Hemans; Music by Maurice Pyke; Dedicated to Miss PH Pue; Baltimore: FD Benteen; 1840
 5/86  "If Thou Lovedst Me!"; Music by Luigi Denza; Dedicated to LE Gannon; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1881 (2)
 5/87  "If We Can’t be the Same Old Sweethearts, We’ll Just be the Same Old Friends"; Words by Joe McCarthy; Music by Jimmie V. Monaco; New York: Leo. Feist, Inc.; 1915
 5/88  "If You Only Had My Disposition"; Words by Charles McCarron; Music by Albert von Tilzer; New York: Broadway Music Corporation; 1915
 5/89  "If You Please"; Music by Bertram Saenger; Dedicated to Ida L. Gempp; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1890
 5/90  "If You’re Looking for a Sweetheart, Would You Like a Girl Like Me"; Words by Thomas T. Railey; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; New York: Theo Bendix Music; 1908
 5/91  "Il Suon Dell Arpe Ange"; Music by Gaetano Donizetti; Arranged by Fred Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1859
 5/92  "I’ll Hold You in My Heart"; Words and Music by Eddy Arnold, Hal Horton, and Tommy Dilbeck; Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott; 1947
 5/93  "I’ll Never Smile Again"; Words and Music by Ruth Lowe; New York: Pickwick Music Corporation; 1961
 5/94  "I’ll Remember Thee"; Words and Music by JF Danneley; Baltimore: George Willig
 5/95  "I’ll Roam the Dewy Bowers"; Music by G. Carl Haas; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1851 (2)
 5/96  "I’ll Span the Gulf"; Words by Claxson Bellamy; Music by GB Lissant; Dedicated to Joseph Saler of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 5/97  "I’ll Take Romance"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein; Music by Ben Oakland; New York: Bourne, Inc.; 1937
 5/98  "I’ll Think of You"; Words by Reynold Wolf; Music by Louis A. Hirsch; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1917
 5/99  "I’m Fair Titania"; Music by Abroise Thomas; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 5/100  "I’m Going Back to Old Missouri"; Words and Music by Clarence Chrisman; Dedicated to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch; St. Louis: Chrisman Pub. Co.; 1911
 5/101  "I’m Going to Leave"; Words and Music by Walter Wilson; St. Louis: Daniels, Russell & Boone; 1902
 5/102  "I’m Looking for a Girl Like Mother"; Words by Gus. Kahn; Music by Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Jerome H. Remick; 1916
 5/103  "I’m Tired of Everything but You"; Words and Music by Isham Jones; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1925
 5/104  "Im Dämmerstündchen" (At Twilight)"; Music by Carl Bohm; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1890
 5/105  "The Image of the Rose"; Words and Music by G. Reichardt; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 5/106  "Imperial March"; Music by Harry Gilbert; Arranged by DS DeLisle; Dedicated to the Imperial Theatre Star Stock Company; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1898
 5/107  "Imperial Schottisch"; Music by Fred E. Manouvrier; Dedicated to Wilhelmina Manouvrier; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1858 (3)
 5/108  "Impressions at Wellesley"; Music by F. Marion Ralston; Dedicated to Tan Zeta Epsilon; St. Louis: F. Marion Ralston; 1919
 6/1  "In a Cosey Corner"; Music by John W. Bratton; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1901
 6/2  "In Der Nacht (In the Night)"; Music by Robert Schumann; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1899
 6/3  "In Japan with Mi-Mo-San"; Words and Music by Anita Owen; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1915
 6/4  "In Leonore’s Garden"; Music by Otto Anschuetz; Dedicated to Leonore Stamm; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1920
 6/5  "In Love’s Garden"; Words and Music by George Botsford; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1918
 6/6  "In Old Kentucky"; Words and Music by Anita Stewart; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1919
 6/7  “In the Country”; Music by Gustav Lange; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1890
 6/8  "In the Cross of Christ I Glory"; Words and Music by Franz Abt.; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1890
 6/9  "In the Gypsy Camp"; Music by Franz Behr; New York: G. Schirmer, Inc.; 1910
 6/10  "In the Heart of a Rose"; Words by JW Walsh; Music by George de Carme; Dedicated to Clara Inge; Philadelphia: Emmett J. Welch; 1912
 6/11  "In the Land of Paradise"; Words by HL D’Arcy Jaxone; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 6/12  "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"; Words by Harry H. Williams; Music by Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Shapiro, Remick & Co.; 1905
 6/13  "In the Valley of the Nile"; Words by Dave Radford; Music by Richard A. Whiting; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1915
 6/14  "In the Village Chapel"; Music by Carl Sontag; St. Louis: Louis Retter Music Co.; 1917
 6/15  "In This Celestial Dwelling"; Words and Music by Mozart; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 6/16  "In Vain"; Words by G. Clifton Bingham; Music by Frederic W. Cowen; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 6/17  "Indian Blues"; Words and Music by Edwin McHugh and C. Perillo; Arranged by Charles M. Smith; New York: Joe Morris Music Co.; 1919
 6/18  "Indian Serenade"; Words by Percy Bysshe Shelley; Music by Cora D. Rohland; Dedicated to Urilla McDearmon of St. Louis: St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895 (3)
 6/19  "Indiana"; Music by G. Marcailhou; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 6/20  "The Indian’s Lament for His Tribe"; Words and Music by T. Brigham Bishop; Dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. John G. Taylor; St. Louis: H. Pilcher & Sons; 1857
 6/21  "The Indian’s Prayer"; Words and Music by IB Woodbury; Dedicated to LO Emerson of Salem, Massachusetts; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1846
 6/22  "The International Rag"; Words and Music by Irving Berlin; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1913
 6/23  "Invitation to the Dance"; Music by CM de Weber; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1886
 6/24  "Ireland Must Be Heaven, for My Mother Came from There"; Words and Music by Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, and Fred Fischer; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1916
 6/25  “Iris”; Music by Jules Reynard; Cleveland: Sam Fox Publishing Co.; 1917
 6/26  "Irish Air"; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 6/27  "The Irish Christening"; Words and Music by Dan Maguinnis; Dedicated to James Bent, President of the NEFC Boston; Boston: Louis P. Goullaud; 1877
 6/28  "It Ain’t Necessarily So"; Words and Music by Ira and George Gershwin; New York: Gershwin Publishing Corporation; 1935
 6/29  "It All Belongs to Me"; Words and Music by Irving Berlin; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1927
 6/30  "It Might as Well be Spring"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein; Music by Richard Rodgers; New York: Williamson Music, Inc.; 1955
 6/31  "It’s Beginning to Look Like Christmas"; Words and Music by Meredith Willson; New York: Plymouth Music Co.; 1951
 6/32  "It’s the Girl!"; Words by David Oppenheim; Music by Abel Baer; New York: Leo. Feist, Inc.; 1931
 6/33  "It’s Tulip Time in Holland"; Words by Dave Radford; Music by Richard A. Whiting; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1915
 6/34  "I’ve a Longing in My Heart for You, Louise"; Words and Music by Charles K. Harris; Arranged by Joseph Clauder; London: Charles K. Harris; 1900
 6/35  "I’ve Got Rings on My Fingers"; Words by Weston and Barnes; Music by Maurice Scott; New York: TB Harms & Francis, Day, & Hunter; 1909 (2)
 6/36  "I’ve Got You Under My Skin"; Words and Music by Cole Porter; New York: Chappell & Co.; 1936
 6/37  "I’ve Something Sweet to Tell You"; Words and Music by Eaton Faning; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 6/38  "Ivy Leaf Mazurka"; Arranged by H. Bollman; St. Louis: H. Bollman & Sons
 6/39  "Janet’s Choice"; Words and Music by Claribel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 6/40  "Jazz Baby"; Words by Blanche Merrill; Music by MK Jerome; New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co.; 1919 (2)
 6/41  "Jazzin’ the Blues Away"; Words by Jeff Branen; Music by Dick Heinrich; New York: AJ Stasny Music Co.; 1918
 6/42  "Joe Emmett Waltz"; Music by RF Cardella; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1871
 6/43  "The Jolly Student"; Words by HM Fechheimer; Music by Harry H. Zickel; Dedicated to Jolly Students the World Over; Detroit: Zickel Publishing Co.; 1902
 6/44  "Journey By Night"; Words and Music by Otto Behr; Dedicated to Charles A. Pfeiffer; St. Joseph, Missouri: Stuppy & Behr; 1869
 6/45  "Joy Man Blues"; Words and Music by Scott Middleton and Billy Smythe; Louisville: Billy Smythe Music Co.; 1916
 6/46  "Joys That We’ve Tasted"; Baltimore: FD Benteen; 1843
 6/47  "Juanita"; Music by Franz Schubert; Arranged by T. Norton; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1856
 6/48  “Juanita”; Words and Music by Mrs. Norton; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 6/49  "Judaline"; Words and Music by Don Raye and Gene de Paul; New York: Loew’s Incorporated; 1948
 6/50  "The Jumping Frog of Calaveras"; Words by Clarence Winchell; Music by Hugh Watt; San Andreas, California: CH Winchell; 1929
 6/51  "Just a Little Fond Affection"; Words and Music by Elton Box, Desmond Cox, and Lewis Ilda; London: Irwin Dash Music Co.; 1954
 6/52  "Just a Memory"; Words by BG de Sylva and Lew Brown; Music by Ray Henderson; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1927
 6/53  "Just Before the Battle, Mother"; Words and Music by George F. Root; Cleveland: S. Brainard’s Sons; 1863
 6/54  "Just Dreaming, That’s All"; Words by HR Shelley; Music by Caroline E. Marsh; St. Louis: Caroline E. Marsh; 1909
 6/55  "Just One Little Kiss"; Words and Music by Robert Buechel; Dedicated to Prof. Fred Butters; St. Louis: Robert Buechel; 1895
 6/56  "Just Try to Picture Me Back Home in Tennessee"; Words by William Jerome; Music by Walter Donaldson; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1915
 6/57  "Just Twenty Years Ago"; Words and Music by RB Sanford; New York: ST Gordon
 6/58  "Kathleen Mavourneen"; Music by EN Crouch; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 6/59  “Kathleen Mavourneen”; Music by Crouch; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 6/60  "Kathleen Mavourneen"; Words by Mrs. Crawford; Music by FN Crouch; St. Louis: Val. A. Reis Music Co.
 6/61  "Katie Putnam"; Music by RF Cardella; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1871
 6/62  “Killarney”; Words and Music by MW Balfe; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.
 6/63  "The King’s Fool"; Words and Music by Adolph Muller; New York: Richard A. Saalfield; 1889
 6/64  "The Kiss"; English Words by CGW; Music by L. Arditi; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1864 (2)
 6/65  "Kiss Polka"; Music by George Schleiffarth; Dedicated to Theodore Salorgne Jr. of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 6/66  "Kiss Waltz"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 6/67  "Knights’ Grand March"; Music by M. Angelo Gilsinn; Dedicated to Richard Ennis, President of the Knights of St. Patrick in St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1871
 6/68  "Known as Funeral March"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; Edited by Frederic Lillebridge
 6/69  "Laddie"; Words by HL D’arcy Jaxone; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; Dedicated to George Ashton; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 6/70  "Laddie"; Words by J. Fred Lawton; Music by Luella Lockwood Moore; St. Louis: Buck & Lowney; 1914 (2)
 6/71  "Lament of the Alpine Shepherd Boy"; Words by Alfred Wheeler; Music by Francis H. Brown; Dedicated to Mrs. De Luce; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1844
 6/72  "The Lament of the Irish Emigrant"; Words by Mrs. Price Blackwood; Music by William R. Dempster; Dedicated to Mrs. Isaac McGaw of New York; Boston: Russell & Folman; 1843
 6/73  "The Lark"; Music by Ernest R. Kroeger; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1919
 6/74  "The Last Dream"; Words by FE Weatherly; Music by FH Cowen; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 6/75  "Last Night I Have Been Dreaming"; Words and Music by Waldemar Malmene; Dedicated to Rosa Malmene; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1892
 6/76  "Last Rose of Summer"; Music by François Hünten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 6/77  "Last Rose of Summer"; Arranged by Theodor Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1867
 6/78  “The Last Rose of Summer”; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 6/79  "Last Waltz of a Madman"; Music by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 6/80  "The Lauterbacher Waltz"; Music by Henry Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 6/81  "Lay Down Your Arms"; Words by Paddy Roberts; Music by Leon Land and Ake Gerhard; New York: Ludlow Music, Inc.; 1956
 6/82  "L’enfant Polka"; Music by Charles D’Albert; Dedicated to Amelia Crew of Albany; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1852
 6/83  "Lento e Patetico"; Music by Matiegka-Schubert-Stutschewsky; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott’s Söhne; 1932
 6/84  "Let Me Dream Again"; Words by BC Stephenson; Music by Arthur S. Sullivan; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 6/85  "L’ete"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1882
 6/86  Lew Dockstader Popular Song Libretto; New York: Helf & Hager Co.; 1907
 6/87  “Liebeslied”; Music by A. Henselt; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1888
 6/88  "Liechtensteiner Polka"; Words and Music by Ed. Kötscher and R. Lindt; Berlin: Minerva Music; 1957
 6/89  "Lieder Ohne Worte"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; Leipzig, Germany: CF Peters
 6/90  "A Life on the Ocean Wave"; Words by H. Russell and Mr. Seguin; Music by Henry Russell; Dedicated to Joseph GB Green of Columbus, Georgia; New York: Hewitt & Jaques; 1838
 6/91  "Lift Up Your Heads, Eternal Gates"; Words and Music by WH Pilcher; Dedicated to Rev. Montgomery Schuyler, Rector of Christ Episcopal Church in St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1878
 6/92  "Light Infantry Waltz"; Music by AC Pond; Dedicated to Captain Thomas B. Maclin; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.
 6/93  "The Light of Other Days Is Faded"; Words and Music by MW Balfe; New York: Jollie’s Music Saloon
 6/94  "Lili Marlene"; Words and Music by Phil Park and Mack David; New York: Chappell & Co.; 1953
 6/95  "Lilies of the Valley"; Music by Charles Kinkel; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1869
 6/96  "Lily of the Valley"; Music by TM Brown; Dedicated to Mary L. Hogan of St. Louis; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 6/97  "The Little Chauffeur"; Words by Raymond W. Peck; Music by Robert Hood Bowers; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1906
 6/98  "Little Fairy Gallop"; Music by Charles Kinkel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1866
 6/100  "The Little Tyrolese"; Music by Theodor Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 6/101  "Little Willie’s Grave"; Words by William Ross Wallace; Music by JR Thomas; Dedicated to Mrs. Abraham Lincoln; New York: William Hall & Son; 1863
 6/102  "List! To the Convent Bells"; Words and Music by John Blockley; Philadelphia: John F. Nunns
 7/1  “Lohengrin”; Arranged by T. Meyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1876
 7/2  "Loin du Bal"; Music by Ernest Gillet; Arranged by Alphonse Leduc; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1890
 7/3  "The Lonely Abalonian"; Words and Music by Ruth Norman and Hardy Wieder; New York: Mills Music, Inc.; 1956
 7/4  "Lonely and Sorry Since I Lost You"; Music by E. Marie Cooper; Arranged by Paul Schuette; St. Louis: Advance Music Pub. Co.
 7/5  "Lonely and Sorry Since I Lost You"; Words and Music by E. Marie Cooper; St. Louis: E. Marie Cooper
 7/6  "Loretto Entrance"; Music by SMB; Dedicated to Mother Elisabeth, Superior of Loretto Academy in Kentucky; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 7/7  "Louise"; Words by Leo Robin; Music by Richard A. Whiting; New York: Remick Music Corp.; 1929
 7/8  "Love Chase Polka"; Music by M. Strakosch; Dedicated to Miss Francisc Guttenberger of Macon, Georgia; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 7/9  "Love Feast"; Music by Blind Boone; Arranged by Dave Peyton; Columbia, Missouri: Wayne B. Allen Music Co.; 1913
 7/10  "Love Girl"; Words by Marie Cooper Croziea; Music by Carl Zerse; St. Louis: Croziea Music Pub. Co.; 1922
 7/11  "Love Girl"; Music by E. Marie Cooper; Arranged by Lee Irving; St. Louis: Advance Music Pub. Co.
 7/12  "Love Girl"; Music by E. Marie Cooper; Arranged by Lee Irving; St. Louis: Advance Music Pub. Co.
 7/13  "Love Lingers Yet"; Words by Hugh Conway; Music by J. Blumenthal; Dedicated to Carrie Price; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 7/14  "Love Look Once; Words by Charles Spooner; Music by Abt.; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 7/15  "Love Moon"; Words by Anne Caldwell; Music by Ivan Caryll; New York: Chappell & Co.; 1914
 7/16  “Love Not”; Words by Mrs. Norton; Music by Blockley; New York: Atwill
 7/17  "Love Tales"; Words by Ben Ryan; Music by Vincent Rose; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1923
 7/18  "The Lover"; Words by Fredric Bryce; Music by Arthur Lieber; Dedicated to Alice Baer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1902
 7/19  "Lover, Come Back to Me!"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein; Music by Sigmund Romberg; New York: Harms Inc.; 1928 (2)
 7/20  "Love’s Answer"; Words and Music by Julian le Roy; Dedicated to Charles H. Humphreys of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1890 (2)
 7/21  "Love’s Delusion"; Music by Charles A. Pollock; Dedicated to Miss MR Packard of St. Louis; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 7/22  "Love’s Melody"; Words and Music by Marguerite Clark Rathje, Vernon T. Stevens, and George Osborn; Kansas City: JW Jenkins Sons Music Co.; 1926
 7/23  "Loves Offering"; Words by Theodor Boll; Music by J. Bengel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 7/24  "Love’s Old Sweet Song"; Words by G. Clifton Bingham; Music by JL Molloy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1889 (2)
 7/25  "Loves Sweet Echo"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Herman H. Bollman; St. Louis: Bollman & Drumheller Music Co.; 1893
 7/26  "Lucia di Lammermoor"; Music by Gaetano Donizetti; Arranged by Eduard Dorn; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.
 7/27  “Lucrezia Borgia”; Music by Jean Paul; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1880
 7/28  "Lullaby"; English Words by HM Blossom Jr.; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to Lillian Carll Smith of Old Orchard, Maine; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1889
 7/29  “Lullaby”; Music by Edward Schaaf; Newark, New Jersey: EO Schaaf; 1918
 7/30  "La Lune"; Words by Erwin Ledyard; Music by S. Schlesinger; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1871
 7/31  "Magdalen"; Words by Francis Saltus; Music by AC Eimer; Dedicated to Marcella Barry; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1899
 7/32  "Maiden Maud and Marian"; Words by TB Aldrich; Music by Emile Karst; Dedicated to Corinne Moore-Lawson; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1892
 7/33  "Maiden’s Dream"; Music by C. Kinkel; Dedicated to Mary Matthews; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1866
 7/34  "Make Believe"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Jerome Kern; New York: TB Harms Co.; 1927
 7/35  "Malagueña"; Music by Pablo de Sarasate; New York: G. Schirmer, Inc.; 1921
 7/36  "Mammy O’Mine"; Words by William Tracey; Music by Maceo Pinkard; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1919
 7/37  "Mammy’s Little Coal Black Rose"; Words by Raymond Egan; Music by Richard A. Whiting; Detroit: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1916
 7/38  "Manila Victory"; Music by Adele del Bondio Roemer; Dedicated to Admiral George Dewey; St. Louis: Adele del Bondio Roemer; 1898
 7/39  “Manuelita”; Music by A. Talexy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 7/40  "The March of Old Glory"; Music by J. Bernard Hogan and Edward E. Menges; St. Louis: J. Bernard Hogan; 1916
 7/41  "March of the Amazons"; Music by David Costa; Arranged by Emil Stigler; Dedicated to Wm. Wheatley; New York: HB Dodworth & Son; 1866
 7/42  "March of the Boy Scouts"; Music by Howard Kocian; Dedicated to the Boy Scouts of America; St. Louis: Buck & Lowney; 1912
 7/43  "Marche Festivale"; Music by Charles Gounod; Dedicated to Eugenie Grus; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott’s
 7/44  "Maria’s Theme"; Music by Maurice Jarre; New York: Barnaby Music Corp.; 1972
 7/45  “La Marseillaise”; Music by Eugene Ketterer
 7/46  "The Marseilles Hymn"; Arranged by F. Weiland; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1857
 7/47  “Martha”; Arranged by T. Meyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1873
 7/48  "Martha"; Music by Carl Sidus; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1884
 7/49  “Martha”; Music by Ferd. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 7/50  “Martha”; Music by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Jacob Endres
 7/51  "Martha, O Return Love!"; Words by Charles Jeffrys; Music by Charles W. Glover; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1859 (3)
 7/52  "Marthaklänge"; Music by Theodor Oesten; Magdeburg, Germany: Heinrichshofen’fche Musikalien-Handlung
 7/53  “Mary Blane”; Words by CSM; St. Louis: J & JR Phillips
 7/54  "Mary is Her Name"; Words and Music by Jo. Emmett; St. Louis: Jacob Endres; 1861
 7/55  “Masaniello”; Music by Claude Melnotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1875
 7/56  "The Masque of Pandora"; Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Music by Rosalie Balmer Smith Cale; St. Louis: Mrs. RBS Cale; 1922
 7/57  "May Bells"; Music by Max Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875
 7/58  "May I Never Love Again"; Words and Music by Sano Marco and Jack Erickson; New York: Broadcast Music Inc.; 1940
 7/59  "May Song"; English Words by Genevieve Irons; German Words by Th. B.; Music by Wm. Goldner; Dedicated to Emelie A. Cuno of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 7/60  "Mazie"; Words and Music by J. Ed. Lakeman; Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.; 1895
 7/61  “Mazurka”; Music by Louis Conrath; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1893
 7/62  "Me an’ Lindy Lu"; Words by Louis E. Alewel; Music by OE Alewel (3)
 7/63  "Meditation Poetique"; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to May Blossom of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1881
 7/64  "Meet Me by Moonlight"; Words and Music by R. Shrival; Dedicated to the Countess of Antrim; Philadelphia: A. Fiot; 1842
 7/65  "Meet Me ‘Neath the Gateway Arch"; Words and Music by RJ Stoffel; St. Louis: RJ Stoffel; 1963
 7/66  "Meet Me on the Joy Zone"; Words and Music by Harry Williams; San Francisco: Harry Williams; 1915
 7/67  "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland"; Words by Beth Slater Whitson; Music by Leo Friedman; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1909
 7/68  “Mélodie Slave”; Music by Ign. Friedman; Vienna: Universal Edition; 1912
 7/69  "The Melodies of Many Lands"; Words by Charles Jeffries; Music by Charles W. Glover; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 7/70  "Melodious Jazz"; Words by Blanche Merrill; Music by MK Jerome; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1920
 7/71  "Memories of Home"; Music by August William Hoffmann; Dedicated to MI Eltern; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895
 7/72  "Menuett"; Music by Joseph Haydn; Arranged by Willy Burmester; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott’s Söhne; 1909
 7/73  "Menuetto"; Music by Philipp Scharwenka; Arranged by John Wiegand; St. Louis: Bollman Bros. Music Co.; 1893
 7/74  “Merry Chase”; Music by Carl W. Becker; St. Louis: Thiebes Piano Co.; 1914
 7/75  “Merry Church Bells”; Music by Carl Sidus; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1891
 7/76  "La Mexicana Waltz"; Music by WV Wallace; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 7/77  "’Mid the Maples Near That Cottage Far Away"; Words and Music by CH Meiers; Kansas City: Treloar Music Co.; 1908
 7/78  "Midnight Serenade"; Music by H. Bollman; Dedicated to Tillie Dittman; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1868 (2)
 7/79  "Mignon Polka"; Music by Ambroise Thomas; Arranged by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1872
 7/80  "Mignonette"; Music by Armin Schotte; Dedicated to CF Tretbar of New York; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1872 (2)
 7/81  “The Military”; Music by Robert Goldbeck; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1882
 7/82  "Minne-Ha-Ha"; Music by FP Obernier; Arranged by JW Seaman; Dedicated to Denis Devay Jr.; St. Louis: Jacob Endres; 1860
 7/83  "Minnesota Grand Waltz"; Music by JW Postlewaitd; Dedicated to Fanny Graham; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 7/84  "Minster Windows"; Words by Jetty Vogel; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 7/85  "Miriam’s Song of Triumph"; Words by Charles Lange; Music by Carl Reinecke; Dedicated to Helen Ames Billings; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1881
 7/86  "Miserere Mei Deus"; Words and Music by Felix Mendelssohn; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1881
 7/87  "Missouri, One Hundred Years Ago"; Words by TW Stevens; Music by Frederick Fischer; St. Louis: Frederick Fischer; 1923
 7/88  "Mister Sandman"; Words and Music by Pat Ballard; New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co.; 1954
 7/89  "Mocking Bird Polka Mazurka"; Music by CA Wallace; Dedicated to Fannie J. Barbour; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1864
 7/90  "Montesano Waltz"; Music by Charles Balmer; Dedicated to Eliza Dean; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 7/91  "Moonlight and Roses"; Words and Music by Edwin H. Lemare, Ben Black, and Neil Morét; San Francisco: Villa Morét: 1925
 7/92  "Moonshine Valley"; Words by Joe McCarthy; Music by Fred Fischer; New York: Leo Feist Inc.; 1916
 7/93  "M-O-T-H-E-R"; Words by Howard Johnson; Music by Theodore Morse; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1915
 7/94  "Mother Dear O Pray for Me"; Words and Music by JB Woodbury; Dedicated to the composer’s mother; Boston: GP Reed & Co.; 1850
 7/95  "Mother I’ll Come Home Tonight"; Words by W. Dexter Smith Jr.; Music by Frederick Buckley; Boston: GD Russell & Co.; 1863
 7/96  "Mother is the Battle Over?"; Words and Music by Henry Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1863
 7/97  "Mother’s Love"; Words by E. Marie Cooper; Music by Hubert Bauersachs; E. Marie Cooper & Hubert Bauersachs; 1933
 7/98  "Mother’s Parting Words"; Words and Music by Otis R. White; Dedicated to TH Price; Kansas City: Legg Brothers; 1893
 7/99  "Move Your Feet"; Music by Roland F. Lamb and Billy Smythe; Louisville: Billy Smythe Music Co.; 1917
 7/100  "The Much Admired and Popular Song of Miss Lucy Long"; Philadelphia: George Willig; 1842
 7/101  "The Murmuring Sea"; Words by Mrs. Crawford; Music by Stephen Glover; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1866
 7/102  "My Coal Black Lady"; Words and Music by WT Jefferson; Dedicated to John P. Nicholas; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1896
 7/103  "My Darling"; Words by Alpha Carey; Music by ER Kroeger; Dedicated to Mrs. John Carroll; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1889
 7/104  "My Dear Harry Won’t You Tarry?"; Words and Music by Louis Emil Alewel; St. Louis: Louis E. Alewel; 1948 (2)
 7/105  "My Dream of Love is Over"; Words and Music by A. Waldauer; Dedicated to Noah K. Ludlow; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1851
 7/106  "My Dream of You"; Words by Henry Vaughan; Music by Paul Rodney; London: Enoch & Sons; 1895 (2)
 7/107  "My Fairy Star"; Words and Music by Wyllys Gannett; Dedicated to Miss Lou Sylvester; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1870
 7/108  "My Far Love"; Words and Music by Jessie L. Richmond; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 7/109  "My Guardian Angel Thou"; Words and Music by Franz Abt; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875 (2)
 7/110  "My Heart Belongs to Only You"; Words and Music by Frank Daniels and Dorothy Daniels; New York: Regent Music Corp.; 1952
 7/111  "My Heart Keeps Hame for You"; Words by Lucy Randolph Fleming; Music by Marion Ralston; Dedicated to Henrietta Miner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1895
 7/112  "My Home"; Words by Ned Buntline; Music by William H. Dutton; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1860
 7/113  "My Home"; Words and Music by JH Doppler; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 7/114  "My Home"; Words and Music by JH Doppler; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 7/115  "My Home by the Sea"; Words by RC Brinkley; Music by Joseph Hall; Dedicated to Mattie Hunt of Memphis; St. Louis: Balmer and Weber; 1887
 7/116  "My Little Sunshine"; Words by Bobby Jones; Music by Con Conrad; Detroit: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1919
 7/117  "My Love"; Words by Charles Mackey; Music by Arthur Lieber; Dedicated to Mrs. OH Bollman; St. Louis: Foster Brothers; 1900
 7/118  "My Mary’s Fine Dish"; Words and Music by Louis E. Alewel; St. Louis: Louis Emil Alewel; 1946 (3)
 7/119  "My Mother’s Rosary"; Words by Sam M. Lewis; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1915
 7/120  “My Normandy”; Words and Music by Frederick Berat; New York: Atwill
 7/121  "My Old Kentucky Home"; Words and Music by Stephen Collins Foster (2)
 7/122  "My Old New Hampshire Home"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Orphean Music Publishing Co.; 1898
 7/123  "My Own"; Words by Julia H. May; Music by Charles Galloway; Dedicated to Julia West Hadley of Edwardsville, Illinois; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1900
 7/124  "My Own Dear Native Home"; Words and Music by F. Gumbert; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 7/125  "My Own Dear Native Home"; Words and Music by F. Gumpert; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 7/126  “My Own One!”; Arranged by L. Meignen; Philadelphia: A. Fiot
 7/127  "My Rose"; Words by Ruth McEnery Stuart; Music by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1903
 7/128  "My Second Daughter"; Words by Thomas Haynes Bayly; Music by William Clifton; New York: Endicott
 7/129  "My Song of the Nile"; Words by Al Bryan; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1929
 7/130  "My Wife’s Gone to the Country"; Words by George Whiting and Irving Berlin; Music by Ted Snyder; New York: Ted Snyder Co.; 1909
 7/131  "Myrtle Schottische"; Music by Charles Gilbert; Dedicated to Myrtle McGrew of St. Louis; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1897
 7/132  “Mystery Duet”; Music by AG Robyn; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 8/1  "Nanon Thy Name Shall Ring"; English Words by Helen D. Tretbar; Music by Richard Genée; Arranged by H. Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 8/2  "Le Narcisse Lilas"; Music by Ph. Jourdan; Dedicated to James Laboissiere; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott
 8/3  "Natalie, the Maid of the Mill"; Arranged by WC Peters; Dedicated to Mrs. George D. Prentice; Louisville: WC Peters; 1859
 8/4  "Natalie Waltz"; Music by Charles Balmer; Dedicated to Emilie White; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 8/5  "Navajo"; Words by Harry Williams; Music by Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1903 (2)
 8/6  "Near You"; Words by Kermit Goell; Music by Francis Craig; New York: Supreme Music Corp.; 1947
 8/7  "Nearer My God to Thee"; Words and Music by JC Meininger; Dedicated to Charles G. Meininger of Philadelphia; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1880
 8/8  "Nearer My God to Thee"; Words by Sarah F. Adams; St. Louis: The Sunday Star; 1901
 8/9  "’Neath the Hills of Old Missouri"; Words and Music by Lorenze Dow Higbee; Dedicated to the People of Missouri and Territory of the Louisiana Purchase; Casey, Illinois: Fuqua & Higbee; 1902
 8/10  "Nell the Little Belle"; Music by F. Cardella; Cincinnati: John Church Jr.; 1868
 8/11  "Nesting Time"; Words by Walter Hirsch; Music by James F. Hanley; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1921
 8/12  "Never"; Words by Eliot Daniel; Music by Lionel Newman; New York: Robbins Music Corporation; 1951
 8/13  "New Flower Song"; Music by Gustave Lange; Dedicated to Emily Bokern of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 8/14  A New Method for the Piano Forte; Music by James Bellak; New York: ST Gordon & Son; 1878
 8/15  New Songs; New York: G. Schirmer, Inc.; 1935
 8/16  "Night Blooming Cereus"; Music by AP Scheuermann; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1871
 8/17  "The Nightingale Song"; Words by Th. B.; Music by Carl Zeller; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1893
 8/18  "Nightingale Waltz"; Music by WC Mueller; St. Louis: Henry Bollman & Sons; 1880
 8/19  "No Heart So True"; Words and Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to Ada D. Cox of New York; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1894
 8/20  “No, No, I Never Will Marry”; New York: Bourne; 1830
 8/21  "No, Not Much"; Words by Al Stillman; Music by Robert Allen; New York: Beaver Music Publishing Corp.; 1956
 8/22  "No One to Love"; Words by AHG Richardson; Music by C. Everest; Dedicated to Mary V. Mershon; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1861
 8/23  "Nobody Lied"; Words by Karyl Norman and Hyatt Berry; Music by Edwin J. Weber; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1922
 8/24  “Nobody’s Child”; Music by E. Mack.; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1869
 8/25  "Nocturne"; Music by Theodore Döhler; Dedicated to Madame la Princesse de Belgiojoso; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/26  "Nocturne"; Music by Fritz Spindler; Dedicated to Ottillia; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/27  "Nocturne in G Minor"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1912 (2)
 8/28  "Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 8/29  "Nocturne Op. 27, No. 2 in D Flat Major"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 8/30  "Nocturne Op. 55, No. 1 in F Minor"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 8/31  "Non Piu Mesta"; Music by F. Hunten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1867
 8/32  "Norma"; Music by Charles Brunner; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1901
 8/33  “Norma”; Music by F. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/34  "Not Ashamed of Christ"; Arranged by Charles Lange; Dedicated to Mattie I. Hardy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1889
 8/35  "Not for Joseph"; Words and Music by A. Lloyd; St. Louis: Compton & Doan
 8/36  "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"; Words by Hattie A. Fox; Music by Arthur D. Walbridg; Dedicated to Nellie; New York: William A. Pond & Co.; 1866
 8/37  "Now What Say You?"; Arranged by A. Willhartitz; Dedicated to Theo. Kalb of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 8/38  "O God Have Mercy"; Words and Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885 (2)
 8/39  "O Jesu Mi"; Words and Music by Henry Leslie; Dedicated to Louise Brown of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 8/40  "O, Katharina!"; Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert; Music by Richard Fall; Vienna: Wiener Boheme Verlag; 1924
 8/41  "O! Let Me Die Though Spring Has Come"; Words by Jane E. Fuller; Music by Francis Woolcott; Dedicated to Joanna Behrens; St. Louis: C. Fritz; 1856
 8/42  "O Lord Most Holy (Panis Angelicus)"; Words and Music by César Franck; New York: G. Schirmer; 1908
 8/43  "O Native Scenes"; Words by JE Carpenter; Music by Vincenzo Bellini; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1857
 8/44  "O Wert Thou But Mine Own Love"; Words and Music by F. Kucken; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/45  "O Yes, I’ll Share Thy Cottage Shade"; Words and Music by JW Postlewaite; Dedicated to Jenny E. Coons of St. Louis; St. Louis: J. Ballhouse; 1856
 8/46  "Ocean Pearl"; Music by Charles Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1881
 8/47  "Oh Come Let Us Sing Unto the Lord"; Words and Music by AG Robyn; Dedicated to HM Blossom; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 8/48  "Oh How I Love You"; Words and Music by Andrew B. Sterling, Henry Lewis, and Dave Dreyer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 8/49  "Oh! I Vants to Go Home"; Words by Bob Barkis; Music by TM Brown; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 8/50  "Oh Lady! Lady!"; Words by PG Wodehouse; Music by Jerome Kern; New York: TB Harms Co.; 1918
 8/51  "Oh! Love, for Me Thy Power"; Music by Vincenzo Bellini; Arranged by L. Meignen; Philadelphia: Fiot, Meighen & Co.
 8/52  "Oh! Lovely Spring"; Words and Music by AG Robyn; Dedicated to RJT White of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 8/53  "Oh! Mother Wait for Me"; Words by Charles Lange; Music by J. Barnby; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1876
 8/54  "Oh! Que Je T’aime"; Music by Jules Egghard; Dedicated to Mary Fisk; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 8/55  "Oh! What I Know About You"; Words by Sammy Gallop; Music by Art Kassel; New York: Lombardo Music Inc.; 1947
 8/56  "Oh Whistle and I’ll Come to You My Lad"; Words by Robert Burns; Music by G. Thompson; Baltimore: G. Willig
 8/57  "Oh! You Circus Day"; Words and Music by Edith Maida Lessing and Jimmie V. Monaco; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1912
 8/58  "Old Dog Tray"; Words and Music by Stephen C. Foster; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1853 (2)
 8/59  "Old Folks at Home"; Words and Music by SC Foster; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 8/60  “On a Journey”; Music by Heinrich. Lichner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1877
 8/61  "On Blooming Meadows"; Music by Julia Rivé-King; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1878
 8/62  “On Lofty Mountains”; Music by H. Lichner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/63  "On the Beautiful Blue Danube"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1870
 8/64  "On the Beautiful Blue Danube"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875 (3)
 8/65  “On the Beautiful Rhine”; Music Kéler Béla; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 8/66  "On the ‘Gin ‘Gin ‘Ginny Shore"; Words by Edgar Leslie; Music by Walter Donaldson; New York: Shaprio, Bernstein & Co.; 1922
 8/67  "On the Lake by Moonlight"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Hattie Frielingsdorf; St. Louis: Bollman Brothers Music Co.; 1891
 8/68  "On Thee Delighted Mem’ry Dwells"; Words by T. Elwood Garrett; Music by Henry Werner; Dedicated to Lizzie A. Miller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 8/69  "On Venice Waters"; Words by Henry Vaughan; Music by Otto Roeder; Dedicated to Jessie M. Forrester; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882 (2)
 8/70  "On Wings of Song"; Music by Ernst Schuetz; Dedicated to the Ladies of St. Paul, Minnesota; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1882
 8/71  "Once Upon a Summer Day"; Words by EW; Music by Anton Strelezki; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 8/72  "One Kiss"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Sigmund Romberg; New York: Harms Inc.; 1928
 8/73  "One Life One Love"; Music by RE Washburn; St. Louis: RE Washburn; 1896
 8/74  "One, Two, Button Your Shoe"; Words by John Burke; Music by Arthur Johnston; New York: Select Music Publications Inc.; 1936
 8/75  “Only a Child!”; Music by Alice Hawthorne; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1856
 8/76  "Only for Thee"; Words and Music by C. Everest; Dedicated to Mary A. Green of Ralston, Pennsylvania; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1860
 8/77  "Only Waiting"; Words and Music by George Kunkel; Dedicated to Caroline Richings; Philadelphia: Lee & Walker; 1860
 8/78  "Onward, Boatlet Swiftly Gliding"; Words and Music by F. Kuecken; German words translated by Joana; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 8/79  "Open Up the Golden Gates to Dixieland"; Words by Jack Yellen; Music by Gus Van and Joe Schenck; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 8/80  "The Organist"; Words and Music by AI Epstein; Dedicated to WM Porteous; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1897
 8/81  "Oriental Melody"; Words and Music by George C. Saunders; St. Louis: Producer Music Co.; 1920
 8/82  "Oriental Oddity"; Music by James Houston Spencer; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1933
 8/83  "The Ostende"; Music by Maxwell Goldman; St. Louis: Mahler Co.; 1910 (2)
 8/84  "Other Eyes"; Words and Music by Clare Kummer; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1916
 8/85  "Ottarita"; Words by George Hunter; Music by Louisa Bodda Pyne; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 8/86  "Our Country Girls"; Words and Music by August Mignon; New York: Firth Pond & Co.; 1856
 8/87  "Our Days of Love"; Words by Falkland; Music by S. Knudson; Dedicated to Ellen Thompson of Florida; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1852
 8/88  "Our Girls"; Music by S. Seiler; Dedicated to the Girls of America; St. Louis: S. Seiler; 1894
 8/89  "Our Home on the Bright Blue Sea"; Words by A. Henry; Music by WC Levey; Dedicated to George H. Wiseman; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884 (2)
 8/90  “Our Love”; Music by Alphonse Leduc; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 8/91  "Our Rhine, Our Beautiful Rhine"; English Words by Th. B.; Music by Franz Ries; Dedicated to Otto Hein of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1890
 8/92  "Over the Bay"; Music by Luigi Denza; Dedicated to C. Claflin Allen of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 9/1  "Pacific Schottisch"; Music by Charles Balmer; Dedicated to Anna M. Childs and Frederick Henzel, professor of music; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1851 (2)
 9/2  "Pagan Love Song"; Words by Arthur Freed; Music by Nacio Herb Brown; New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.; 1929
 9/3  "Pahjamah"; Music by SR Henry and D. Onivas; New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co.; 1919
 9/4  "Paladin Two-Step"; Music by Anne M. Cunningham; Dedicated to the Paladin Club of Hannibal, MO; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896 (2)
 9/5  "Palmetto Polka"; Music by Samuel Myers; Dedicated to Sarah L. Armstrong of Columbia, South Carolina; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 9/6  “Pansy Waltz”; Music by Maud McCabe; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1883
 9/7  “Paola Nocturne”; Music by J. Concone; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1880
 9/8  Parlor Gems, Book 2; Music by H. Bollman; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1868
 9/9  “Les Pas des Fleurs”; Music by Leo Delibes; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1889
 9/10  "Pas des Fleurs"; Music by Leo Delibes; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1906
 9/11  "Pastorale"; Music by F. Marion Ralston; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1899
 9/12  "Pastorale on Silent Night"; Music by Franz Gruber; Arranged by Thomas Gieschen; Dedicated to Hugo Gehrke; St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House; 1973
 9/13  "Patricia"; Words and Music by Benny Davis; New York: Bregman, Vocco & Conn; 1950
 9/14  "Patriotic Polka Mazurka"; Music by Victorine Rifant; Dedicated to the Ladies of the Mount Vernon Association; St. Louis: Jacob Endres; 1860
 9/15  "Peace"; Words and Music by AG Robyn; Dedicated to Marie; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1894 (2)
 9/16  "Pégase"; Music by J. Leybach
 9/17  "Peggy"; Words by Harry Williams; Music by Neil Moret; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1919
 9/18  "Pensées Dansantes"; Music by Julia Rive-King; Dedicated to Mrs. Stevens Tilton; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1878
 9/19  "Pepita"; Music by Edward Holst; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 9/20  “La Perichole”; Music by T. Meyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1873
 9/21  "The Perpetual Student"; Words by Eugene Angert and Josephine Angert; Music by Max Zach; St. Louis: Eugene Angert; 1913
 9/22  "Perplexity"; Words and Music by Franz Art; St. Louis: Henry Bollman
 9/23  "Peter Cottontail"; Words and Music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins; New York: Unichappell Music Inc.; 1950
 9/24  "Philomel"; Music by Charles Kunkel; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1870 (2)
 9/25  Piano Studies; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 9/26  "Pictures of Home"; Words by Fred Dixon; Music by Harry Pepper; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1888
 9/27  "Pigeon Walk"; Words by Sam M. Lewis; Music by James V. Monaco; New York: Broadway Music Corp.; 1915
 9/28  "The Pilgrim Fathers"; Words by Mrs. Hemans; Music by Miss Browne; Louisville: Peters, Webb & Co.
 9/29  "The Pilgrim’s Address to the Deity"; Words by Henry John Sharpe; Music by Henry Russell; Dedicated to Lady Falkland; New York: Hewitt & Jaques; 1841
 9/30  "Ping Pong Polka"; Music by Walter Starck; St. Louis: Val. A. Reis Music Co.; 1906
 9/31  Pioneer Ragtime Folio; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1902
 9/32  "The Pirate’s Serenade"; Words and Music by J. Thompson; Baltimore: WC Peters
 9/33  "The Pizzicato Polka"; Music by Johann and Josef Strauss; Transcribed by Carl Sidus; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1886
 9/34  "Please Let Me Sleep"; Words by RC McPherson; Music by James T. Brymn; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1902
 9/35  "Pleyade Schottisch"; Music by JW Pestlewaite; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1859
 9/36  “Pluto”; Music by Edouard Holst; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 9/37  "Poet and Peasant Overture"; Music by Franz von Suppé; Arranged by CT Brunner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875 (2)
 9/38  "Polish National Dances"; Music by Xaver Scharwenka; St. Louis: International Conservatory of Music; 1911
 9/39  “Polonaise”; Music by MI Epstein; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1884
 9/40  "Poor Butterfly"; Words by John L. Golden; Music by Raymond Hubbell; New York: TB Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter; 1916
 9/41  "Pop the Question"; Music by Edward Schoenefeld; Dedicated to Joseph J. Guhl of St. Louis; St. Louis: Edward Schoenefeld; 1901
 9/42  "Post-Dispatch March"; Music by Louis Stöckigt; Dedicated to the Sunday Post-Dispatch; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1891
 9/43  "Practice Makes Perfect"; Words and Music by Don Roberts and Ernest Gold; New York: Broadcast Music Inc.; 1940
 9/44  "The Prayer Perfect"; Words by James Whitcomb Riley; Music by Ervine J. Stenson; Dedicated to EJ Stenson; Cleveland: Sam Fox Publishing Co.; 1916
 9/45  "Prelude"; Music by Hermann Berens; St. Louis: Bollman Bros. Music Company
 9/46  "Prelude Op. 28, No. 4"; Music by Frederic Chopin; Edited by Frederic Lillebridge; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1910
 9/47  "Premier Ballade"; Music by Frederic Chopin; Edited by Dr. Hans von Buelow; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 9/48  "Pretty Baby"; Words by Gus Kahn; Music by Tony Jackson and Egbert van Alstyne; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1916
 9/49  "Pretty Maiden Fine and Fair"; Words and Music by F. von Glyckherr-Tanner; Dedicated to the Pretty Maidens of St. Louis; St. Louis: Mdme. von Glyckherr-Tanner; 1897
 9/50  "Pride Polka"; Music by Francis H. Brown; Dedicated to Mary A. Westcott of Providence, Rhode Island; New York: William Hall & Son; 1850
 9/51  “Prière des Anges”; Music by JB Duvernoy; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1867
 9/52  "La Prière d’une Vierge"; Music by Thekla Badarzewska; St. Louis: Heinrichshofen & Magdebourg
 9/53  "Prisoner’s Joy"; Music by Jules Armand; Dedicated to Harriet Blair; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 9/54  "The Prodigal’s Reprieve"; Words and Music by Carl Edward Anderson; Chicago: Echoes; 1962
 9/55  "Pure as Snow"; Music by Gustave Lange; Arranged by H. Maylath; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1884
 9/56  "Put Me to Sleep with an Old Fashioned Melody"; Words by Sam M. Lewis and Dick Howard; Music by Harry Jentes; New York: Broadway Music Corp.; 1915
 9/57  "The Quarrelling Neighbors"; Words and Music by DFE Auber; English translation by E. Kruch; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1870 (2)
 9/58  "Queen of My Soul"; Words by Miss Costello; Music by Miss Wollaston; Louisville: WC Peters & Co.
 9/59  “Queen of the Ball”; Music by Fritz Spindler; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1892
 9/60  "Qui Vive"; Music by W. Ganz; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 9/61  "Quick as Lightning"; Music by A. Mahler; Dedicated to Jennie Ladd; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1866
 9/62  "Quincy Waltz"; Music by RE Letton; Dedicated to the pupils of RE Letton; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1849
 9/63  “Racquet Waltz”; Music by FH Baker; New York: RA Saalfield; 1879
 9/64  "Rag Doll"; Music by Nacio Herb Brown; San Francisco: Sherman, Clay & Co.; 1928
 9/65  "Ragtime Parade"; Music by Erik Satie; Arranged by Hans Ourdine; Paris: Rouart Lerolle & Cie.; 1919
 9/66  "Rainbow"; Music by Percy Wenrich; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1908
 9/67  “The Rainbow”; Music by Sydney Smith; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 9/68  "Rainbow Schottisch"; Music by Henry Kleber; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1852
 9/69  "Ramblin’ Sam"; Music by Brennen & Story; Cincinnati: WH Willis & Co.; 1899
 9/70  "Les Rameaux"; Music by F. Faure; German words by Th. B.; English words by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 9/71  "Rays of Twilight"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Alice Mary Kissel; St. Louis: Bollman & Drumheller Music Co.; 1893
 9/72  "The Reaper on the Plain"; Words by CG Eastman; Music by George F. Root; New York: William Hall & Son; 1852
 9/73  "The Reaper’s Polka"; Music by Charles d’Albert; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 9/74  "The Red and Black"; Music by Dan C. Goodman; Dedicated to the Faculty and Students of East Aurora High School; Aurora, Illinois: D.C. Goodman; 1899
 9/75  "Reflection"; Words and Music by Franz Abt; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1880
 9/76  "Regret"; Words by Hugh Conway; Music by Frederic H. Cowen; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 9/77  “Remember Me!”; Music by M. Brinkmann; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 9/78  "Rememb’ring"; Words and Music by the Duncan Sisters; New York: Irving Berlin, Inc.; 1923
 9/79  "Rena Waltz"; Music by Frank Wood; Dedicated to Irene A. Lord; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1858
 9/80  "Rest and Sleep"; Words by GW Chambers; Music by William Goldner; Dedicated to Madame ED Sawyer nee Lowe; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884
 9/81  "Resurgam Resurrection"; Words and Music by AC Eimer; Dedicated to Anna M. Bulte; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1898
 9/82  "Return of Spring"; Music by Henry Zeiler; Chicago: McKinley Music Co.; 1906
 9/83  "Returning Home"; Words and Music by Frederick Kücken; English translation by Anna E. Brackett; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 9/84  "Réveil des Anges"; Music by Louis Oesterle; Dedicated to Jennie Howard; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1871 (2)
 9/85  "Le Rhythme et L’expression"; Music by A. Croisez; Cleveland: S. Brainard & Sons
 9/86  “Rink Waltz”; Music by Carl Sidus; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 9/87  "Rip van Winkle Was a Lucky Man"; Words by William Jerome; Music by Jean Schwartz; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & von Tilzer; 1901
 9/88  "Rippling Streamlet"; Music by Susan A. Strother; Dedicated to Annie L. Beeding; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1865
 9/89  "The River of Song"; Words and Music by Stephen Glover; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.
 9/90  "Rock Me to Sleep Mother"; Words by Florence Percy; Music by Mrs. William K. Cutler; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1861
 9/91  “Romance”; Music by Charles Elander; Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co.; 1921
 9/92  "Romanza"; Music by EA Schubert; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 9/93  "Romanza"; Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Arranged by M. Moszkowski; Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co.; 1919
 9/94  "Rondeaux et Variations"; Music by CT Bruner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 9/95  "The Rosary"; Words by Robert Cameron Rogers; Music by Ethelbert Nevin; New York: G. Schirmer; 1898
 9/96  "Rose from the South"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: William Barr Dry Goods Co.
 9/97  "La Rose Polka Mazurka"; Music by Charles Spintler; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1857
 9/98  "Rose Queen Waltz"; Arranged by T. Richards; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1871
 9/99  "A Rose Song"; Music by Rubinstein and Rohland; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895 (3)
 9/100  "A Rose without Thorns"; Music by Jules Egghard; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 9/101 “Rossignol Polka”; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 9/102  "Round and Round"; Words and Music by Lou Stallman and Joe Shapiro; New York: Rush Music Corp.; 1957
 9/103  "Row, Row, Row"; Words by William Jerome; Music by Jimmie V. Monaco; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1912
 9/104  "Royal Rose"; Music by Lester Wallace; Dedicated to Mrs. John Sherwood; New York: William A. Pond & Co.; 1867
 9/105  "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"; Words and Music by Johnny Marks; New York: St. Nicholas Music Inc.; 1949
 9/106  "The Russell E. Gardner Gavotte"; Music by Guido Vogel; Dedicated to Russell Gardner; St. Louis: Guido Vogel; 1901 (3)
 10/1  "Sad Is My Heart with Care"; Words and Music by F. Gumbert; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/2  "Sailor Boys Have Talk to Me in English"; Words by Bob Hilliard; Music by Milton DeLugg; New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co.; 1955
 10/3  "Salve Regina"; Music by Cora D. Rohland; Dedicated to Katharine Fisk; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1898 (3)
 10/4  "Saturday in the Park"; Words and Music by Robert Lamm; Los Angeles: Big Elk Music; 1972
 10/5  "Save Every Eagle Stamp"; Words and Music by LE Spencer; St. Louis: Eagle Trading Stamp Co.; 1913
 10/6  "Saw Ye My Wee Love"; Music by Hector McNiel; Arranged by Alex Robertson; Philadelphia: G. Willig
 10/7  "Scaddle-De-Mooch"; Words and Music by Cecil Mack and Chris Smith; New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co.; 1915
 10/8  "Scarf Dance"; Music by C. Chaminade; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1898
 10/9  "Scenes of Bright Isles Far Away"; Words and Music by Fred Percifal; Dedicated to John G. Miller of London; 1883
 10/10  “Schatz Walzer”; Music by Johann Strauss; New York: Carl Fischer
 10/11  "Scherzo in B Flat Minor"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1912
 10/12  "The Sea Beach"; Words by Eunice Tietjens; Music by Paul Tietjens; Dedicated to Carolina Lazzari; New York: Huntzinger & Dilworth; 1919 (5)
 10/13  "See the Pale Moon"; Words and Music by F. Campana; English translation by GW Lewis; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1869
 10/14  "Sentimental Me"; Words and Music by Jim Morehead and Jimmy Cassin; New York: Knickerbocker Songs, Inc.; 1950
 10/15  “Separation”; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 10/16  "September Love"; Music by Gene Rodemich and Gus Haenschen; Dedicated to Ann Drew; St. Louis: Rodemich-Haenschen Pub. Co.; 1913
 10/17  “Serenade”; Music by Franz Schubert; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1859
 10/18  "Serenade"; Words and Music by F. Albert Kulling; English translation by Charles Lange; Dedicated to Professor JM North; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1876
 10/19  "Serenade"; Music by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1889
 10/20  "Serenade"; Music by Ludwig van Beethoven; Braunschweig, Germany: Henry Litolf’s Verlag
 10/21  “Serenade”; Music by Max Reger; Leipzig: Lautherbach & Kuhn; 1904
 10/22  "Serenade"; Music by Ole Olsen; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1906
 10/23  "Sérénade"; Music by JC Meininger; Dedicated to Mattie Weisiger of Danville, Kentucky; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1869
 10/24  "Sèrènade Militaire"; Music by Charles Fradel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/25  "Serenading Polka"; Music by Charles Balmer; Dedicated to Joanna Behrens; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1849
 10/26  "Sextet from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor"; Arranged by Alphonse Ledue; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1884 (2)
 10/27  "She"; Words and Music by AC Eimer; Dedicated to Clara A. McGown; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1888
 10/28  "The Shepherd Maiden"; Words and Music by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1879
 10/29  “Shepherds’ Song”; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 10/30  "She’s Lovely as a Rose"; Words by Bobby Newcomb; Music by Eddy Fox; Arranged by Frank Cardella: St. Louis: RJ Compton; 1867
 10/31  "She’s Waiting in Old Ireland"; Words by Lucille M. Sanford; Music by Harry H. Williams; St. Louis: Syndicate Music Co.; 1915
 10/32  "Show Me Thy Ways O Lord"; Music by George Frideric Handel; Arranged by Charles Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1877
 10/33  "Shuffle Along"; Words and Music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1921
 10/34  "Silent Wishes"; Music by H. Lichner; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1911
 10/35  "Silver Heels"; Music by Neil Morèt; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1905
 10/36  "Silver Salutation"; Music by Anna May Loewenstein; Dedicated to Mrs. And Mrs. MB Loewenstein; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895
 10/37  "Silver Stars"; Music by Carl Bohm; Dedicated to Lulu Schoettler; St. Louis: Bollman Bros. Music Co.
 10/38  "Silver Stream"; Music by Henri Bollman; Dedicated to the Ladies of Bethlehem in Hardin County, Kentucky; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman; 1867
 10/39  "Silver Wedding March"; Music by Charles Kunkel; Dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. David Harburger; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1907
 10/40  "Simon the Cellarer"; Words and Music by JL Hatton; Troy, New York: EP Jones
 10/41  "Simple and Sweet"; Words by Bud Green; Music by Abel Baer; New York: Miller Music Inc.; 1938
 10/42  "Sing to Me Gently"; Music by Charlie Hine; Dedicated to Kate Murdock; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850
 10/43  "Singing with Sue"; Words and Music by Carl Edward Anderson; Chicago: Echoes; 1963
 10/44  "Sketches for Flute Alone"; Music by Ervin Monroe; Detroit: Gemco Music; 1976
 10/45  "Sleep beneath the Willow"; Words and Music by L. Denz; English translation by Th. B.; Dedicated to Thomas C. Doan of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 10/46  "Slumber Song"; Words and Music by Franz Schubert; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 10/47  "Sly Musette"; Words by Sydney Rosenfeld; Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co.; 1902
 10/48  "Smiles"; Words by J. Will Callahan; Music by Lee S. Roberts; Chicago: Lee S. Roberts; 1917 (2)
 10/49  "Smiles"; Words by J. Will Callahan; Music by Lee S. Roberts; New York: Remick Music Corp.; 1951
 10/50  "Smith’s Cadet March"; Music by Edward L. Jacoby; Dedicated to the Smith Academy Cadet Corps of St. Louis; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1896
 10/51  "Smoky Mokes"; Music by A. Holzmann; Dedicated to Monroe H. Rosenfeld; New York: Feist & Frankenthaler; 1899
 10/52  "Snow Flakes"; Music by Brinley Richards; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/53  "The Snow-White Rose"; Words by Michael Watson; Music by J. Blumenthal; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1882
 10/54  "So Long Letty"; Words and Music by Earl Carroll; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1915
 10/55  "So Long Oo-Long"; Words and Music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1920
 10/56  "So Long Sal"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Arthur Lange; New York: The Joe Morris Music Co.; 1918
 10/57  "So ‘Tis Writ"; Words and Music by Louis E. Alewel; St. Louis: Louis Emil Alewel; 1946 (2)
 10/58  "Society Waltzes"; Music by Joseph Simpkins; Dedicated to Mrs. AG Kennel; St. Louis: William Foden; 1907
 10/59  "Some Girls Do and Some Girls Don’t"; Words and Music by Howard Johnson, Alex Gerber, and Harry Jentes; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1916
 10/60  "Some Sunday Morning"; Words by Ted Koehler; Music by MK Jerome and Ray Heindorf; New York: Harms Inc.; 1945
 10/61  "Someday I’ll Make You Glad"; Words by Max C. Freedman; Music by Harry D. Squires; New York: Joe Morris Music Co.; 1918
 10/62  "Sonata in F"; by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875
 10/63  "Sonata No. 1 in A Minor"; Music by Paul Tietjens; Dedicated to Jean Browning of St. Louis; New York: Schroeder & Gunther Inc.; 1939 (3)
 10/64  "Sonata No. 2 in A Major"; Music by Paul Tietjens; Dedicated to Mrs. LA Dammert of St. Louis; New York: Schroeder & Gunther Inc.; 1939 (3)
 10/65  "Sonatinas and Sonatas for Four Hands"; Music by A. Diabelli; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 10/66  "Sonatine"; Music by Fr. Kuhlau; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1903
 10/67  "Sonatine"; Music by M. Clementi; Braunschweig, Germany: Henry Litolff’s Verlag
 10/68  "Song and Dance Medley of Three Nations"; Words and Music by Adam Wackman; St. Louis: Adam Wackman; 1914
 10/69  Song Folio: Popular Songs; Words and Music by Cheryl Cooper; St. Louis: Advance Music Publishing Co.; 1964
 10/70  "The Song of Home"; Words by George P. Morris; Music by J. Gaspard Maeder; Dedicated to Mrs. George B. Mathew; New York: William Hall & Son; 1850
 10/71  "Song of Missouri"; Words and Music by Sellie Truitt; Kansas City: Sell Tru Music Publishing Co.; 1976 (3)
 10/72  "Song of the Soul"; Words by Edward Locke; Music by Joseph Carl Breil; New York: Chappell & Co.; 1909
 10/73  "Song of the Toreador"; Words and Music by Georges Bizet; English translation by C. Lange; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1879
 10/74  "Song of the Wild Horse"; Words and Music by ML Pierson; St. Louis: H. Pilcher & Sons; 1857
10/75  "Song to Kate"; Words and Music by Robert Meyer; Dedicated to JM White; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1854
 10/76  "Sons au Clair de la Lune"; Music by MED; Dedicated to Rebecca A. Sire; St. Louis: WM Harlow; 1863
 10/77  "The Sontag Polka"; Music by Charles d’Albert; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/78  "Sound from St. Louis"; Music by Charles A. Kellogg; Dedicated to St. Louisians; New York: Empire City Pub. Co.; 1905
 10/79  "The Sound of Music"; Words by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Richard Rodgers; New York: Williamson Music, Inc.; 1959
 10/80  "Sounds from Home"; Music by J. Gungl; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/81  "Sounds in the Mountains"; Music by George Schleiffarth; Dedicated to the Ladies of the German Casino of St. Louis; Boston: GD Russell & Co.; 1868
 10/82  “Les Soupirs”; Music by Felix Godefroid; St. Louis: Jacob Endres
 10/83  "Southern Hotel Collection"; Music by Professor Albert Mahler; St. Louis: Endres & Compton; 1865
 10/84  "Southern Jollification"; Music by Charles Kunkel; Dedicated to PS Gilmore; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1890
 10/85  "Souvenir"; Music by WG Blackwood; Dedicated to Neelie Ford of Nashville; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1857
 10/86  "Souvenir de Faust"; Music by Charles Gounod; Arranged by Antoine de Kontski; New York: G. Schirmer
 10/87  "Spanning the Mississippi"; Words by Col. EHE Jameson; Music by Henry Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874
 10/88  "Sparkling Dew"; Music by Jacob Kunkel; Dedicated to Alice and Emma Pumphrey of Cincinnati; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1869
 10/89  "Sparrow in the Tree Top"; Words and Music by Bob Merrill; New York: Santly-Joy, Inc.; 1951
 10/90  "Speak the Sweet Words Your Eyes Say to Me"; Words by G. Shelby Baker; Music by Robert Buechel; Dedicated to Minnie Tracey the Famous Dramatic Soprano; St. Louis: Robert Buechel; 1896
 10/91  "Speak to Me of Love"; French Words and Music by Jean Lenoir; English translation by Bruce Siever; New York: Harms, Inc.; 1930
 10/90  "The Spinner"; Music by Joachim Raff; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1912
 10/91  "Spirit Lake"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Henry L. Mason of Boston; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1892
 10/92  "The Spinner"; Music by Joachim Raff; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1912
 10/93  "Spirit Lake"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Henry L. Mason of Boston; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1892
 10/94  "The Spirit Waltz"; "Swiss Air"; Music by Ludwig van Beethoven; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 10/95  "The Spokesman"; Music by Guido Vogel; Dedicated to the Carriage Builders National Association; Cincinnati: Spokesman Publishing Co.; 1898
 10/96  "La Sposa de lo Marenaro"; Words by M. D’Arienzo; Music by S. Mercadante; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott
 10/97  "Spring Song"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; Edited by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1897
 10/98  "Spring Song"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: International Conservatory of Music; 1911
 10/99  "Springtime"; Words and Music by Fleta Jan Brown; Dedicated to Beulah Waldo Morgan; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1906
 10/100  "Sprites of Air on Sportive Wing"; Words and Music by CM von Weber; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/1  "St. Louis Blues"; Words and Music by WC Handy; New York: WC Handy; 1941
 11/2  "St. Louis Convention March"; Music by Oscar Herold; Dedicated to the City of St. Louis; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1896
 11/3  "St. Louis Serenading Waltz"; Music by Charles Balmer; Dedicated to the Ladies of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1848
 11/4  "St. Louis Volunteers’ Quick Step"; Music by Francis Woolcot; Dedicated to Brig. Gen. N. Lyon; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1861
 11/5  "Stand Up and Cheer for Ronald Reagan"; Words and Music by EF Moss; Cupertino, California: Apex Music; 1980
 11/6 The Star Dance Folio No. 11; Arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1910
 11/7  "Star of My Soul"; Words by WW Fosdick; Music by J. Blockley; Dedicated to Juliette Caswell; Cincinnati: WC Peters & Sons; 1859
 11/8  "Stars in Your Eyes"; Spanish Words by R. Lopez Mendez; English Words by Mort Greene; Music by Gabriel Ruiz; New York: Southern Music Publishing Co.; 1945
 11/9  "Stephanie Gavotte"; Music by Alphons Czibulka; Hartford: CC Church and Co.
 11/10  "Stick in the Mud"; Music by Jesse Winne; New York: The Winlee Music Co.; 1918
 11/11  "Stille Liebe"; Music by Robert Fuchs; Dedicated to Victor Ehling; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1891
 11/12   “The Stirrup Cup”; Music by D. Krug; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman
 11/13  "Stop It!"; Words by Harry D. Kerr; Music by Mel B. Kaufman; Cleveland: Sam Fox Publishing Co.; 1920
 11/14  "Stop! It’s Wonderful"; Words and Music by Bickley Reichner and Clay Boland; New York: Larry Spicer Inc.; 1939
 11/15  “Stradella”; Music by Claude Melnotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1876
 11/16  "Sunbeam Schottisch"; Music by Ferdinand Zellner; Dedicated to Mary Walker of Fayetteville, Arkansas; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1856
 11/17  "Sunflower"; Words and Music by Mack David; New York: Famous Music Corp.; 1948
 11/18  "Sure an’ It’s Me That Knows"; Words by Vincent Bryan; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 11/19  “Swedish Melodies No. 1”; Words by J. Wrey Mould; Music by Ahlstrom
 11/20  "A Sweet and Gentle Daisy"; Music by F. Fürster; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 11/21  "Sweet and Low"; Words by James Stanley Royce; Music by Charles L. Johnson; Dedicated to Mrs. Holt and Mrs. Rosedale; Chicago: Forster Music Pub.; 1919
 11/22  "Sweet Brown-Eyed Baby"; Words and Music by Allan Roberts and Al Frisch; New York: United Music Corp.; 1955
 11/23  "Sweet Eveleen"; Words and Music by Dr. J. Haynes; Dedicated to Abby A. Noyes; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; 1853
 11/24  "Sweet Is the Wandering Breeze"; Words by Charles J. Rowe; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 11/25  "A Sweet Little Kiss Waltz"; Music by Arditi; Arranged by WD; New York: JL Peters; 1867
 11/26  "Sweet Little You"; Words and Music by Irving M. Bibo; New York: Maurice Abrahams Inc.; 1924
 11/27  "Sweet Luana"; Words by Norma Burt; Music by JS Zamecnik; Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co.; 1920
 11/28  "Sweet Rosa Bell"; Words and Music by Rose Carroll; Dedicated to the Young Ladies of Monticello Seminary; St. Louis: H. Pilcher & Son; 1858
 11/29  "Sweet Thoughts of Home"; Words and Music by AC Farnham; Dedicated to Sallie A. Wells; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 11/30  "Sweet to Be in Love"; Words by E. Marie Cooper; Music by Turibio C. Pulido; Pasay City, Philippines: TC Pulido; 1952
 11/31  "The Sweetest Girl in Monterey"; Words by Alfred Bryan; Music by Herman Paley; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1915
 11/32  "Sweet-heart"; Music by Theodor Oesten; St. Louis: Jacob Endres (2)
 11/33  "Sweetheart"; Words by Edward Madden; Music by Percy Wenrich; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1916
 11/34  "Sweetheart Waltzes"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 11/35  "Swinging on a Star"; Words by Johnny Burke; Music by Jimmy van Heusen; New York: Burke and Van Heusen, Inc.; 1944
 11/36  "The Switzer’s Farewell"; Music by George Linley; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/37  "Tackin’ ‘Em Down"; Words by Bud de Sylva; Music by Albert Gumble; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1918
 11/38  "Take Me Back to the Garden of Love"; Words by E. Ray Goetz; Music by Nat. Osborne; Dedicated to Mabel McKinley; New York: Ted Snyder Co.; 1911
 11/39  "Take Me to the Land of Jazz"; Words by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar; Music by Pete Wendling; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder; 1919
 11/40  "Take This Lute"; Words and Music by J. Benedict; Louisville: Peters, Webb & Co.
 11/41  "The Tale of a Tail"; Words by Louis E. Alewel; Music by H. Dallmayer; St. Louis: Louis E. Alewel; 1925 (3)
 11/42  "The Tale of the Kangaroo"; Music by Gustav Luders; Arranged by Karl L. Hoschna; New York: M. Witmark; 1900
 11/43  "Tannhäuser Grand March"; Music by Richard Wagner; Arranged by Fred. Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1875 (2)
 11/44  "The Tar’s Farewell"; Words by FC Burnand; Music by Stephen Adams; St. Louis: William Barr & Co.; 1879
 11/45  "Tea Cup Girl"; Words and Music by Weston Wilson; San Francisco: Daniels & Wilson, Inc.; 1921
 11/46  "Tea Leaves"; Words and Music by Morty Berk, Frank Capano, and Max C. Freedman; New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co.; 1948
 11/47  “The Tear”; Music by Fr. Kücken; St. Louis: Compton & Doan; 1868
 11/48  "Teasing"; Words by Cecil Mack; Music by Albert von Tilzer; New York: York Music Co.; 1904
 11/49  Technical Studies by Plaidy and Others; Arranged by Herrmann Lawitzky; St. Louis: Beethoven Conservatory
 11/50  "Teeter-Totter"; Words by Thomas T. Railey; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; New York: Theo Bendix Music Pub.; 1908
 11/51  "Tell Me"; Words by George Totten Smith; Music by Robert A. Keisner; New York: Leo Feist; 1903 (2)
 11/52  "Tell Me"; Words by J. Will Callahan; Music by Max Kortlander; Chicago: Lee S. Roberts; 1919
 11/53  "Tell Me a Story"; Words and Music by Terry Gilkyson; Hollywood: Montclare Music Corp.; 1953
 11/54  "Tell Me Why"; Words by Al Alberts; Music by Marty Gold; New York: Signet Music Co.; 1951
 11/55  "The Temple of Flowers" Nos. 2, 3 and 4; Music by Th. Oesten; St. Louis: Bollman & Schatzman (3)
 11/56  "Thanks for the Buggy Ride"; Words and Music by Jules Buffano; San Francisco: Villa Morét; 1925
 11/57  "That Melody of Love"; Words by Howard Dietz; Music by Walter Donaldson; New York: Leo Feist, Inc.; 1927
 11/58  "That Ukalele Band"; Words by Harry Edelheit and Sammy Smith; Music by Billy Vanderveer; New York: Bernard Granville Pub. Co.; 1916
 11/59  "That’s All I Want from You"; Words and Music by M. Rotha; New York: Weiss & Barry, Inc.; 1954
 11/60  "Then Change Your Name to Mine Dear Maid"; Music by F. Pannell; Dedicated to All Young Ladies Whose Books Are Laid Aside; St. Louis: H. Pilcher & Son; 1858
 11/61  "Then I’ll Be Happy"; Words by Sidney Clare and Lew Brown; Music by Cliff Friend; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1925
 11/62  "Then You’ll Remember Me"; Music by Michael William Balfe; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1866
 11/63  "Then You’ll Remember Me"; Music by Michael William Balfe; Arranged by Charles Voss; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1912
 11/64  "There’s a Blue Bird a Singin’"; Words by Pauline Jones Burns; Music by Margaret Scott Blue; St. Louis: Zerse Bros.; 1933
 11/65  "There’s a Maiden Like a Dew-Drop"; Words by Robert Browning; Music by Cora D. Rohland; Dedicated to Georgia Lee Cunningham of St. Louis; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1895 (3)
 11/66  "They Didn’t Believe Me"; Words by Herbert Reynolds; Music by Jerome Kern; New York: TM Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter; 1914
 11/67  "They Tell Me Thou Art the Favorite Guest"; Music by Fr. Hunten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/68  "They’re All Sweeties"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 11/69  "They’re Wearing ‘Em Higher in Hawaii"; Words by Joe Goodwin; Music by Halsey K. Mohr; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1916 (2)
 11/70  "The Thing"; Words and Music by Charles R. Grean; New York: Hollis Music Inc.; 1950
 11/71  "The Things I Love"; Words by Harold Barlow; Music by Lewis Harris; New York: Campbell Music Co.; 1941
 11/72  "Tho’ the Silver Threads Are ‘mong the Gold, I Love You Just the Same"; Words and Music by WR Williams; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1911
 11/73  "Those Dear Old Days!"; Words by William E. Hounslow; Music by August William Hoffmann; Dedicated to Sue Ustick; London: August William Hoffmann; 1892
 11/74  "Those Ragtime Melodies"; Words and Music by Gene Hodgkins"; New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co.; 1912
 11/75  "Those Were the Days"; Words and Music by Gene Raskin; New York: Essex Music, Inc.; 1968
 11/76  "Thou Art Gone from My Gaze"; Music by G. Linley; "I’ve Been Roaming"; Music by CE Horn; New York: Alexander Montgomery
 11/77  "Thou Art So Near, and Yet So Far"; Music by Theodor Oesten; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 11/78  "Thou Hast Wounded the Spirit That Lov’d Thee"; Words and Music by a Lady; Baltimore: FD Benteen; 1846
 11/79  "Thou Would’st Call Me Back from the Echoless Shore"; Music by William Cumming; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1862
 11/80  "Thousand and One Night"; Music by Johann Strauss; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/81  "Three Little Birds"; Words and Music by Richard S. Poppen; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1895
 11/82  "Through the Forest"; Music by Joseph Löw; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1876
 11/83  "Till Then"; Words and Music by Guy Wood, Sol Marcus, and Eddie Seiler; New York: Pickwick Music Corp.; 1954
 11/84  "Till They’ve All Gone Home"; Words by Bob Hilliard; Music by Alex Alstone; New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co.; 1953
 11/85  "Till We Two Are One"; Words by Tom Glazer; Music by Larry and Billy Martin; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1953
 11/86  “The Tirolese and His Child”; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/87  "’Tis the Last Rose of Summer"; Words and Music by Thomas Moore; Arranged by Sir John Stevenson; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/88  "’Tis the Last Rose of Summer"; Words and Music by Thomas Moore; Arranged by Sir John Stevenson; New York: Atwill
 11/89  "Titania"; Music by Lefebure Wely; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 11/90  "To a Mountain"; Music by Bessie Stukey-Hill; Mrs. James A. Hill; 1916
 11/91  "To Miss a Kiss"; Words by Russell Jeffries England; Music by Clay Smith; Kansas City: JW Jenkins Sons Music Co.; 1924
 11/92  "To the Circus"; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1892
 11/93  "To You"; Words by Beatrice Marie Gannon; Music by Anita de Witte Cook; Dedicated to Dorothy Overmire; New York: New York and Chicago Music Pub. House; 1910
 11/94  "Toccata Chromatique"; Music by Giuseppe Ferrata; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1913
 11/95  "Together"; Words by William H. Lepére; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; St. Louis: Thiebes Stierlin Music Co.; 1898
 11/96  "Tonight You Belong to Me"; Words by Billy Rose; Music by Lee David; New York: Double-A Music Corp.; 1956
 11/97  "Too Fondly I Loved Thee"; Words and Music by A. Waldauer; Dedicated to Louis G. Fisher of New York; St. Louis: Compton & Doan; 1868
 11/98  "Toreador March from Carmen"; Music by Georges Bizet; Arranged by Fred Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1879
 11/99  "Tra La La"; Words and Music by Johnny Parker; New York: Snapper Music Inc.; 1956
 11/100  "Tra La La La La"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 11/101  "Träumerei"; Music by Robert Schumann; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1868
 11/102  "La Traviata"; Music by Giuseppe Verdi; Arranged by F. Beyer; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott
 11/103  "Tripping O’er the Meadow"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 11/104  "Triumphal March and Chorus"; Music by Gaetano Donizetti; Arranged by Fred Beyer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1859
 11/105  "Trois Sonatines"; Music by Hermann Strachauer; Boston: GD Russell & Company; 1869
 11/106  "True"; Words and Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to Jessie L. Clark of Louisville; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1892
 11/107  "True Lancers Quadrilles"; Arranged by PT Wallenhouter; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1858 (2)
 11/108  "Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old ‘Tucky Home"; Words by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1921
 11/109  “Tulip”; Music by Heinrich Lichner; Boston: WA Evans & Bro.
 11/110  "Tulips and Heather"; Words and Music by Milton Carson; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1951
 11/111  "Twenty Years Ago"; Words by GP Morris; Music by Austin Phillips
 11/112  "Twilight"; Words by CP McDonald; Music by Evans Lloyd; Chicago: Will Rossiter; 1908
 11/113  “Two Hearts”; Music by Louis Retter; St. Louis: Louis Retter Music Co.; 1912
 11/114  "Two Hearts Swing in ¾ Time"; Words by W. Reisch and A. Robinson; Music by Robert Stolz; Berlin: Alrobi Musikverlag GmbH; 1930
 11/115  "Two Little Love Bees"; Words by Robert B. Smith; Music by Heinrich Reinhardt; New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co.; 1910
 11/116  "Two St. Louis Lovers"; Words and Music by James A. Mayhew; St. Louis: James A. Mayhew; 1953
 11/117  "Tyrolienne"; Music by J. Leybach; Arranged by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1902
 12/1  "Uncle Josh’s Huskin’ Dance"; Music by Len. O. de Witt; Dedicated to Denman Thompson; New York: ET Paull Music Co.; 1898
 12/2  "Une Affaire du Coeur"; Music by August Pacher; St. Louis: JL Peters & Bro.; 1864
 12/3  "Union Labor"; Music by Father August Forster; Dedicated to Robert W. Livingston; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1903
 12/4  "Unless"; Words by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell; Music by Tolchard Evans; London: Cecil Lennox, Ltd.; 1934
 12/5  "Unter Donner und Blitz"; Music by Johann Strauss; Arranged by Claude Melnotte; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1871
 12/6  "USA-USA"; Words and Music by EF Moss; Cupertino, California: Apex Music Studios; 1975
 12/7  "Valencia"; Words by Lucien Boyer and Jacques-Charles; Music by Jose Padilla; Paris: Francis Salabert, Inc.; 1926
 12/8  "A Valentine"; Words by Laura E. Richards; Music by Eben A. Andrews; St. Louis: Andrews Music Co.; 1896
 12/9  "Valse"; Music by Sergei Rachmaninoff; Arranged by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1901 (2)
 12/10  “A La Valse”; Music by C. Bohm; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1886
 12/11  "Valse-Arabesque"; Music by Theodore Lack; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1899 (2)
 12/12  "Valse Brillante"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: International Conservatory of Music; 1911
 12/13  "Valse de Concert"; Music by Charles Drumheller; Dedicated to Prof. MI Epstein; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1891
 12/14  “Valse Lente”; Music by Paul Tietjens; New York: Paul Tietjens; 1943 (3)
 12/15  "Valse Love Light"; Music by August Durand; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1888
 12/16  "Valse Op. 42"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1893
 12/17  "Valse Op. 64, No. 2"; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 12/18  "Valse Op. 69, No. 2"; Music by Frederic Chopin; Edited by Frederic Lillebridge; St. Louis: Columbian Conservatory of Music; 1910
 12/19  "Variations Brillantes"; Music by Th. Boehm; Dedicated to L. Stettmaier; Mainz, Germany: B. Schott
 12/20  “Vedana”; Music by WC Powell; New York: Jos. Morris Co.; 1909
 12/21  “Venetia Waltz”; Music by Caroline Lowthian; St. Louis: JA Pozzoni
 12/22  "Violet Waltz"; Music by H. Robyn; Dedicated to Miss L. Angelrod; Boston: Oliver Ditson; 1848
 12/23  "Vision of Salome"; Music by Archibald Joyce; New York: Francis, Day & Hunter; 1909
 12/24  "Visions of Love"; Music by Charles Drumheller; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1887
 12/25  "Viva L’America, Home of the Free"; Music by H. Millard; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1859
 12/26  "The Voice of Home"; Words and Music by Rose Carroll; Dedicated to Lucy Gordon of Lexington, Missouri; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1858
 12/27  "Voices of the Woods"; Music by Rubinstein; Arranged by M. Watson; Dedicated to Nellie Uhl; St. Louis: Balmer &Weber; 1881
 12/28  "Wait for the Wagon"; Words and Music by GP Knauff; Baltimore: FD Benteen; 1851
 12/29  "Waiting at the Church"; Words by Fred W. Leigh; Music by Henry E. Pether; New York: Francis, Day & Hunter; 1906
 12/30  "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee"; Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert; Music by Lewis F. Muir; New York: FA Mills; 1912
 12/31  "Wake the Town and Tell the People"; Words by Sammy Gallop; Music by Jerry Livingston; New York: Joy Music Inc.; 1954
 12/32  "Walk on Water"; Words and Music by Neil Diamond; Los Angeles: Prophet Music, Inc.; 1972
 12/33  "Waltz in Octaves"; Music by J. Concone; Edited by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thieber-Stierlin Music Co.; 1901 (3)
 12/34  "Warblings at Eve"; Music by Brinley Richards; St. Louis: Art Publication Society; 1913
 12/35  “Warblings at Eve”; Music by B. Richards; St. Louis: Rich. J. Compton
 12/36  "A Warmin’ Up in Dixie"; Music by ET Paull; New York: ET Paull Music Co.;
 12/37  "Watching at the Gate"; Words by Nella; Music by Henry Parker; Dedicated to Henry la Barge of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883 (2)
 12/38  "We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye"; Words and Music by Harry Woods; New York: Words and Music Inc.; 1932
 12/39  "Weary River"; Words by Grant Clarke; Music by Louis Silvers; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1929
 12/40  "A Wealthy Old Man a Wooing Did Go"; Words by Percival Farren; Music by T. German Reed; New York: Hewitt & Jaques
 12/41  "Weddin’ Day"; Words and Music by Clancy Hayes and Carl Kalash; New York: Famous Music Corp.; 1959
 12/42  "Wedding March"; Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1874 (2)
 12/43  "Wee Gee"; Words by William Jerome; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 12/44  "Welcome Lovely Month Again"; Words by a Young Lady; Music by F. Weiland; Philadelphia: George Willig; 1842
 12/45  "We’ll Have a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky Home"; Words by Coleman Goetz; Music by Walter Donaldson; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1915 (2)
 12/46  "We’ll Trip a Dainty Measure"; Words and Music by Fred J. Eustis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1892
 12/47  "We’re with You, Mr. President"; Words and Music by Charles J. Kunkel; St. Louis: Shattinger Piano & Music Co.; 1941
 12/48  "Whar Salt River Sometimes Flows"; Words and Music by Louis E. Alewel; Dedicated to Lieut. Robert D. Barrow and Louise; St. Louis: Louis E. Alewel; 1942 (3)
 12/49  "What Could Be Sweeter"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling and Billy Curtis; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 12/50  "What Do You Do in the Infantry"; Words and Music by Frank Loesser; Hollywood: Saunders Publications; 1943
 12/51  "What’ll I Do?"; Words and Music by Irving Berlin; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1924
 12/52  “What’s the Matter Now”; Philadelphia: G. Willig
 12/53  "Wheel of Fortune"; Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss; New York: Laurel Music Corp.; 1952
 12/54  "When Day Is Done"; Words by BG de Sylva; Music by Dr. Robert Katscher; New York: Harms; 1926
 12/55  "When Dewey’s President"; Words and Music by Louis E. Alewel; St. Louis: Louis E. Alewel; 1944
 12/56  "When Dreaming"; Words and Music by John T. Sibley; St. Louis: Charles Drumheller; 1891
 12/57  "When Fairest Normandy I Quitted"; Words and Music by Robert le Diable; Boston: Oliver Ditson
 12/58  "When He Gave Me You"; Words by Bob Murphy; Music by Elmore White; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1919
 12/59  "When I Walk Along"; Words and Music by E. Marie Cooper, Hubert Bauersachs, and Mary Fayrick; Chicago: Ted Browne Music Co.; 1937
 12/60  "When Lilacs Bloom"; Words by B. O’Conor; Music by Anton Strelezki; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1904
 12/61  "When Mariutch Shake a da Shimmie Sha Wob"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 12/62  "When My Baby Smiles at Me"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling and Ted Lewis; Music by Bill Munro; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 12/63  "When My Ship Comes Home"; Words by Nella Parker; Music by Ciro Pinsuti; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 12/64  “When Sparrows Build”; Words by Jean Ingelow; Music by V. Gabriel
 12/65  "When the Harvest Moon Is Shining"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 12/66  "When the Moonbeams Fall at Evening"; Words by RB Jones; Music by OW Roderick; Dedicated to Bettie Werden of St. Louis; St. Louis: A. Shattinger; 1881
 12/67  "When the Sun Goes Down"; Words by Walt Stoneham; Music by Marty Bloom; New York: Irving Berlin Inc.; 1921
 12/68  "When the Swallows Homeward Fly"; Words and Music by Franz Abt; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 12/69  "When Those Sweet Hawaiian Babies Roll Their Eyes"; Words by Edgar Leslie; Music by Harry Ruby; New York: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams Consolidated, Inc. Music Publishers; 1917
 12/70  "When Will the Killing End?"; Words by RI Allen; Music by Marc Fredericks; New York: Sunbury Music, Inc.; 1972
 12/71  "When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose"; Words by Jack Mahoney; Music by Percy Wenrich; New York: Leo Feist Inc.; 1914
 12/72  "When Yuba Plays the Rumba on the Tuba"; Words and Music by Herman Hupfeld; New York: Harms; 1931
 12/73  "Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on Saturday Night?"; Words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young; Music by George W. Meyer; New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; 1916
 12/74  "Where Is My Lover?"; Words by T. Bailey; Music by Edward Knight; Philadelphia: GE Blake
 12/75  "Where Memory Dwells"; Music by Louis A. Drumheller; Dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Snyder of Reading, Pennsylvania; Philadelphia: Jos. Morris Co.; 1909
 12/76  "Where Our Country’s Longest Rivers Flow Away"; Words and Music by Louis E. Alewel; St. Louis: Louis Emil Alewel; 1945 (3)
 12/77  "Whirl and Twirl"; Words and Music by Richard Wagner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1894 (3)
 12/78  “The Whirlwind”; Music by Frederic Chopin; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1887
 12/79  "Whispers in My Ear"; Words by FD Carter; Music by Julian de Vere; St. Louis: Needham Music Co.; 1914
 12/80  "Who Is to Know"; Words by Edward Paulton and Glen MacDonough; Music by Jean Gilbert; New York: Harms; 1913
 12/81  "Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?"; Words by Alfred Bryan; Music by Fred Fischer; Dedicated to Ed Morton; New York: Leo Feist; 1914
 12/82  "Who Shall Be King of Our Company"; Words by FE Weatherly; Music by Odoardo Barri; Dedicated to FL Ridgely of St. Louis; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1883
 12/83  "Who’ll Have Me"; Music by Edward Nennstiel; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 12/84  "Who’s at My Window"; Words by HB Faruie; Music by GA Osborne; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1894
 12/85  "Why Did You Do It to Me Babe?"; Words by Andrew B. Sterling; Music by Harry von Tilzer; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1920
 12/86  "Why Not?"; Words and Music by Franz Abt; English translation by Th. B.; Arranged by Gedicht von Auguste Kurs; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1885
 12/87  "Why Say ‘No’ When It’s So Nice to Say ‘Yes’"; Words and Music by E. Marie Cooper; St. Louis: Advance Music Pub. Co.
 12/88  "The Wild Wild Women"; Words by Henry Lewis and Al Wilson; Music by Al Piantadosi; New York: Al Piantadosi & Co.; 1917
 12/89  "Wilhelmina"; Words by Mack Gordon; Music by Josef Myrow; New York: Twentieth Century Music Corp.; 1950
 12/90  "Will o’ the Wisp"; Music by A. Jenson; Edited by ER Kroeger; St. Louis: Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.; 1906
 12/91  "William Tell"; Music by Gioachino Rossini; Arranged by Carl Sidus; St. Louis: Kunkel Brothers; 1884
 12/92  "Willie Taft"; Words and Music by Jno R. Boddie; Dedicated to the Traveling Mens’ National Democratic Club; St. Louis: Jno R. Boddie; 1908
 12/93  "Willie Waltz"; Music by Willie F. Altemus; Dedicated to the composer’s mother; St. Louis: WM Harlow; 1863
 12/94  "Willie We Have Missed You"; Words and Music by Stephen C. Foster; New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; 1854
 12/95  “Winged Messenger”; Music by A. Fesca; St. Louis: Endres & Compton
 12/96  "The Wings of a Dove"; Words and Music by Charles Jefferys; Arranged by L. Devereaux; New York: Atwill
 12/97  "Winter Evening Waltz"; Music by Charles Balmer; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1852
 12/98  "The Wise Old Owl"; Words and Music by Joe Ricardel; New York: Broadcast Music Inc.; 1940
 12/99  “With Heart and Hand”; Music by Carl Faust; St. Louis: Henry Bollman
 12/100  "With My Village Fair"; Words by Thomas Hudson; Music by Robert Guylott
 12/101  The Wonderful World of Richard Rodgers; Music by Richard Rodgers; Arranged by David Carr Glover; New York: Williamson Music, Inc.
 12/102  "Won’t You Come Back to Me, Dearie"; Words by Frank Bilyeau; Music by Charles JW Jerreld; Granite City, Illinois: Frank Bilyeau; 1912
 12/103  “Wood Up”; Music by J. Holloway; Philadelphia: A. Fiot
 12/104  "Words Are Vain"; Words by Dr. Wing; Music by Mrs. ME Dickey; Dedicated to GW Bigler of Cincinnati; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1866
 12/105  "Xaupi’s Quadrilles"; Music by Anthony Damotte; Dedicated to Cora Anderson; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1850 (2)
 12/106  "Ye People Rend Your Hearts"; Words and Music by Felix Mendelssohn; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 12/107  "The Yellow Dog Blues"; Words and Music by WC Handy; New York: Pace & Handy Music Co.; 1919
 12/108  "Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay!"; Words by Will D. Cobb; Music by Jno. H. Flynn; New York: Will D. Cobb Songsmith; 1908
 12/109  "You"; Words by Mrs. HD Pittman; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Dedicated to JW McLean of St. Louis; St. Louis: H. Bollman & Sons; 1884 (3)
 12/110  "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me"; Words and Music by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, and Pierre Norman"; New York: Famous Music Corp.; 1930
 12/111  "You Don’t Know Me Well Enough for That"; Music by E. Marie Cooper
 12/112  "You Kissed Me at the Gate Last Night"; Words and Music by Alfred G. Robyn; New York: William A. Pond & Co.; 1880
 12/113  "You Know What I Mean"; Words by Alfred Dubin; Music by Fred Rath; New York: M. Witmark & Sons; 1919
 12/114  "You Mean so Much to Me"; Words and Music by Edgar Battle and Ken Byron; New York: Broadcast Music Inc.; 1940
 12/115  "You Took the Sweet from Sweetheart"; Words and Music by Alex Sullivan, Al Doyle, and Irving Kaufman; New York: Harry von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.; 1919
 12/116  "You Won’t Be Satisfied"; Words and Music by Freddy James and Larry Stock; New York: Mutual Music Society Inc.; 1945
 12/117  "You’ll Meet Me-Won’t You?"; Words by Sutton Elliott; Music by James G. Maeder; Philadelphia: Kretschmar & Nunns; 1833
 12/118  "Young Eph’s Lamentation"; Words and Music by JH Murphy; St. Louis: Jacob Endres; 1862
 12/119  "A Young Ladies No"; Music by Henry Werner; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; 1853
 12/120  "The Young Recruit"; Music by Kücken; Arranged by George Linley; St. Louis: Balmer & Weber
 12/121  "You’re a Grand Old Flag"; Words and Music by George M. Cohan; Westhampton Beach, New York: EastEnd Music Publishing Co.; 1975
 12/122  "You’re a Little Naughty Baby"; Words and Music by Nat Vincent; New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; 1917
 12/123  "You’re Just a Flower from an Old Bouquet"; Words by Gwynne Denni; Music by Lucien Denni; Kansas City: JW Jenkins Sons’ Music Co.; 1924
 12/124  "You’re Still an Old Sweetheart of Mine"; Words by Raymond B. Egan; Music by Richard A. Whiting; New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.; 1918
 12/125  "You’re the Only Girl That Made Me Cry"; Words and Music by Fred Fisher; New York: Fred Fisher, Inc.; 1920
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