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The Resource I'll be seeing you : 50 songs of World War II

I'll be seeing you : 50 songs of World War II

Label
I'll be seeing you : 50 songs of World War II
Title
I'll be seeing you
Title remainder
50 songs of World War II
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
OCO
Form of composition
popular music
Format of music
full score
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
Label
I'll be seeing you : 50 songs of World War II
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams
  • Essay by Elaine Schmidt and World War II chronology: p. 4-23
Contents
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive -- The anniversary waltz -- Be careful, it's my heart -- Boogie woogie bugle boy -- Do nothin' till you hear from me -- Don't get around much anymore -- Don't sit under the apple tree (with anyone else but me) -- Ev'ry time we say goodbye -- The fleet's in -- Have I stayed away too long -- I came here to talk for Joe -- I don't want to set the world on fire -- I don't want to walk without you -- I'll be home for Christmas -- I'll be seeing you -- I'll get by (as long as I have you) -- I'll never smile again -- I'll walk alone -- I'm beginning to see the light -- In the blue of evening -- Is you is, or is you ain't (ma' baby) -- It's been a long, long time -- Juke box Saturday night -- Kiss the boys goodbye -- The last time I saw Paris -- Long ago (and far away) -- Love letters -- Moonlight becomes you -- Moonlight in Vermont -- My shining hour -- A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square -- One for my baby (and one more for the road) -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition! -- Saturday night is the loneliest night of the week -- Seems like old times -- Sentimental journey -- Somebody else is taking my place -- Spring will be a little late this year --A string of pearls -- That old black magic -- There's a Star spangled banner waving somewhere -- They're either too young or too old -- This is my country -- What do you do in the infantry -- When the lights go on again (all over the world) -- (There'll be bluebirds over) the White Cliffs of Dover -- Why do they call a private a private? -- You and I -- You'd be so nice to come home to -- You'll never know
Control code
ocm32261474
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 score (190 p.)
Isbn
9780793537617
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Publisher number
HL00311698
System control number
588422
Label
I'll be seeing you : 50 songs of World War II
Publication
Note
  • For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams
  • Essay by Elaine Schmidt and World War II chronology: p. 4-23
Contents
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive -- The anniversary waltz -- Be careful, it's my heart -- Boogie woogie bugle boy -- Do nothin' till you hear from me -- Don't get around much anymore -- Don't sit under the apple tree (with anyone else but me) -- Ev'ry time we say goodbye -- The fleet's in -- Have I stayed away too long -- I came here to talk for Joe -- I don't want to set the world on fire -- I don't want to walk without you -- I'll be home for Christmas -- I'll be seeing you -- I'll get by (as long as I have you) -- I'll never smile again -- I'll walk alone -- I'm beginning to see the light -- In the blue of evening -- Is you is, or is you ain't (ma' baby) -- It's been a long, long time -- Juke box Saturday night -- Kiss the boys goodbye -- The last time I saw Paris -- Long ago (and far away) -- Love letters -- Moonlight becomes you -- Moonlight in Vermont -- My shining hour -- A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square -- One for my baby (and one more for the road) -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition! -- Saturday night is the loneliest night of the week -- Seems like old times -- Sentimental journey -- Somebody else is taking my place -- Spring will be a little late this year --A string of pearls -- That old black magic -- There's a Star spangled banner waving somewhere -- They're either too young or too old -- This is my country -- What do you do in the infantry -- When the lights go on again (all over the world) -- (There'll be bluebirds over) the White Cliffs of Dover -- Why do they call a private a private? -- You and I -- You'd be so nice to come home to -- You'll never know
Control code
ocm32261474
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 score (190 p.)
Isbn
9780793537617
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Publisher number
HL00311698
System control number
588422

Library Locations

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