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Sing Out! -- All Time and Old Time Favourites


Songbook. Vocal Collection. Pop; Standard. Book. 168 pages. Alfred Music #00-V1127. Published by Alfred Music (AP.V1127).

Item Number: AP.V1127

ISBN 0757930360. English.

In 1970 the Ontario government prepared a book of All Time and Old Time Favourites to be available to all Senior Citezen Homes, Clubs and Centers, and adult Charitable Institutions for use by the members, residents, auxiliaries and staff.

But these contained only the words! In 1973 the Markhaven Committe produced a music book to go along with the word. The songs are pitched a little lower, in a key that is easier for seniors to sing, and the arrangements are simple enough for most pianists to be able to sit down and play.

  • Did You Ever See A Dream Walking  Composed by Harry Revel;Lyrics by Mack Gordon
  • Sunny Side Up (from "Good News")  Composed by Ray Henderson;Lyrics by Lew Brown; Buddy DeSylva
  • You're the Cream in My Coffee  Composed by Lew Brown; Buddy DeSylva; Ray Henderson
  • Now Is the Hour  Additional credits Maewa Kaihan; Clement Scott; Dorothy Stewart
  • The Band Played On  Additional credits Charles Ward; John F. Palmer
  • April Showers  Composed by Louis Silvers;Lyrics by Buddy DeSylva
  • I Want to Be Happy (from "No No, Nanette")  Additional credits Vincent Youmans; Irving Caesar
  • Daisy Bell (A Bicycle Built For Two)  Composed by Harry Dacre
  • Down by the Old Mill Stream  Additional credits Tell Taylor
  • Margie  Additional credits Benny Davis; Con Conrad; J. Russell Robinson
  • Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis  Arranged by Ralph Blane; Hugh Martin
  • When It's Springtime In The Rockies  Additional credits Mary Hale Woolsey; Robert Sauer
  • Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue  Composed by Ray Henderson;Lyrics by Sam M. Lewis; Joe Young
  • Marching Along Together  Composed by Eddie Pola; Franz Steininger;Lyrics by Mort Dixon
  • Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (from "Song of the South")  Composed by Allie Wrubel;Lyrics by Ray Gilbert
  • The Darktown Strutters' Ball  Additional credits Shelton Brooks
  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart  Composed by Leo Friedman; Beth Slater Whitson
  • I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl that Married Dear Old Dad)  Composed by Harry Von Tilzer;Lyrics by William Dillon
  • (Back Home Again In) Indiana  Composed by James F. Hanley;Lyrics by Ballard Macdonald
  • You Are My Sunshine  Additional credits Jimmie Davis; Charles Mitchell
  • Anniversary Song  Additional credits Al Jolson; Saul Chaplin
  • Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel)  Composed by Lew Brown
  • Beautiful Dreamer  Composed by Stephen Foster
  • After the Ball  Composed by Charles K. Harris
  • Side by Side  Composed by Harry Woods
  • In the Good Old Summertime  Additional credits Ren Shields; George Evans
  • I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts  Additional credits Fred Heatherton
  • Open Up Your Heart (And Let the Sunshine In)  Additional credits Stuart Hamblen†(contributor)
  • Easter Parade  Additional credits Irving Berlin
  • Harbour Lights (a/k/a Harbor Lights)  Additional credits Jimmy Kennedy; Hugh Williams
  • Keep The Home Fires Burning (Till The Boys Come Home)  Additional credits Lena Guilbert Ford; Ivor Novello
  • I've Got Sixpence (As I Go Rolling Home)  Additional credits Lawrence Hall; Desmond Cox; Elton Box
  • Ship Ahoy (All the Nice Girls Love a Sailor)  Additional credits A. J. Mills; Bennett Scott
  • I Dream of Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair  Additional credits Stephen Foster
  • Lili Marlene  Additional credits Hans Leip; Norbert Schultze
  • Paddlin' Madelin' Home  Additional credits Harry Woods
  • The Road To Mandalay  Additional credits Robert Williams; Guy Chambers
  • I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles  Composed by Nat Vincent; John Kellette
  • Baby Face  Composed by Harry Akst;Lyrics by Benny Davis
  • By the Light of the Silvery Moon  Composed by Gus Edwards;Lyrics by Edward Madden
  • The Sidewalks of New York  Additional credits Charles B. Lawlor; James Blake
  • If You Were the Only Girl in the World  Additional credits Nat D. Ayer; Clifford Grey
  • Let the Rest of the World Go by  Composed by Ernest Ball;Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan
  • There's a Long Long Trail (A Winding)  Additional credits Alonzo Elliott; Stoddard King
  • Cuddle Up A Little Closer, Lovely Mine  Additional credits Karl Hoschna; Otto Harbach
  • Till We Meet Again  Additional credits Raymond B. Egan; Richard A. Whiting
  • Ain't We Got Fun  Additional credits Raymond Egan; Gus Kahn; Richard Whiting
  • Carolina in the Morning (from "The Passing of 1922")  Composed by Walter Donaldson;Lyrics by Gus Kahn
  • I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover  Composed by Harry Woods; Mort Dixon
  • In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree  Additional credits Egbert Van Alstyne; Harry Williams
  • Shine on Harvest Moon  Additional credits Nora Bayes; Jack Norworth
  • Smiles  Additional credits Lee S. Roberts; J. Will Callahan
  • Memories  Additional credits Egbert Van Alstyne; Gus Kahn
  • In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town  Composed by Ira Schuster; Jack Little;Lyrics by Joe Young
  • I Wonder What's Become Of Sally  Additional credits Milton Ager; Jack Yellen
  • Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (On A Rainy Day)  Composed by Sammy Fain; Irving Kahal; Francis Wheeler
  • When You're Smiling  Composed by Larry Shay; Joe Goodwin; Mark Fisher
  • If You Knew Susie  Additional credits B. G. DeSylva; Joseph Meyer
  • Mockin' Bird Hill  Composed by Vaughn Horton
  • Red Sails In The Sunset  Additional credits Jimmy Kennedy; Hugh Williams
  • Gimme A Little Kiss  Additional credits Roy Turk; Jack Smith; Maceo Pinkard
  • Cruising Down the River (On a Sunday Afternoon)  Composed by Eily Beadell; Nell Tollerton
  • Harbor Lights  Composed by Jimmy Kennedy; Hugh Williams (a/k/a Wilhelm Grosz)
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  • August 26, 2016 It's okay

    I liked the idea that there was a collection of old music. If you are looking for a very basic setting of the tunes, as in 2nd grade level piano, this will work.... though some songs are just the refrain and not verses too. So the accompaniment has been dumbed...

    down. Actually found the songs I had been looking for online elsewhere for free with their original accompaniment & verses. They should've taken the time to replace one song that is listed but is not included. Also a bit depressing knowing that this was a nursing home project, that the people are on the cover are long since dead as the copyright was from the 1970's.

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