Sheet Music

  • # 19795

    BROWN, Seymour (words); AYER, Nat D. (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Oh, you beautiful doll.

    Cover: “Sung with great success by Gene Greene”. Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide : Stanley Mullen, [1905]. “Mullen’s popular sixpenny edition”. Folio, cloth backed illustrated wrappers, front cover with inset portrait of Gene Greene and original owner’s inscription ‘Roland Thomas 1911’; [3] pp of music notation, plus [3] pp advertisements for Mullen’s; original label and wet stamps …

  • # 19729

    SEX PISTOLS

    Never mind the bollocks that was the Sex Pistols

    London : Warner Bros Music, 1978. Quarto, printed wrappers, (lightly creased, a little rubbed), pp. 56, illustrated with photographs of the band’s record covers. Sheet music for the band’s hits : Anarchy in the U.K., Holidays in the sun, Seventeen, Bodies, Liar, New York etc.  

  • # 19311

    RODEN, Robert F. (words); WITT, Max S. (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] While the convent bells were ringing

    Sydney : Albert & Son, [c.1901]. Folio, pictorial wrappers, upper wrapper with original owner’s name ‘Mr. R. Thomas’ and label of Melbourne music seller Suttons, [3] pp of music notation, arrangement for voice and piano, lower wrapper with advertisements; a very good copy. A single copy is recorded in Australian collections (National Library of Australia)

  • # 19310

    ROMA, Caro (words and music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Don’t you mind it, honey

    Cover: “Miss Nella Webb’s Artistic Triumph” / “A Southern heart song”. Sydney : Albert & Son, [c.1906]. Folio, pictorial wrappers, portrait of Miss Nella Webb to front (bottom edge of upper wrapper a little roughened), [3] pp of music notation, arrangement for voice and piano, lower wrapper with advertisement; a very good copy. Two copies are …

  • # 19309

    BREEN, Harry J. (words and music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Honey.

    Cover: “The Celebrated 1000 Dollar Prize Winner, awarded by the New York Journal” / “Introduced &​ sung with tremendous success by the American baritone Post Mason.” Sydney : Albert & Son, [c.1903]. “Albert’s 6d pops, no. 104.” Folio, pictorial wrappers, upper wrapper with portrait of singer Post Mason, original owner’s inscription ‘Mr. R Thomas’ and …

  • # 19393

    MILLS, Kerry (music); SHIELDS, Ren (words)

    [SHEET MUSIC] The longest way ’round is the sweetest way home.

    Cover: “The great phonograph song success. Sung by Will Oakland on Edison Record No. 145.” Sydney : Albert & Son, [c.1908]. “Albert’s 6d pops, no. 261.” Folio, pictorial wrappers, original owner’s inscription ‘Roland Thomas’, [3] pp of music notation, arrangement for voice and piano; lower wrapper with advertisements; first leaf of score with vertical gutter crease …

  • # 18696

    WILLIAMS, W.R. (words and music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] I’d love to live in loveland with a girl like you

    Cover: “Featured with immense success by Maude Terry in J.C. Williamson’s spectacular pantomime “Forty Thieves””. Sydney : Albert & Son, [c.1912]. Folio, pictorial wrappers with cloth backstrip, portrait of Maude Terry to front (original owner’s inscription ‘Roland Thomas, Port Melbourne’ and label and wet stamp of Turner’s Music Stores, Melbourne), [4] pp of music notation, arrangement …

  • # 18695

    ARMSTRONG, Tom (words and music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Just as the church bells chime

    Cover: “Sets of American lantern slides may be obtained for this song”. Melbourne : A.M. Dinsdale, [c.1910]. “Dinsdale’s Popular 6d. edition, no. 147”. Folio, pictorial wrappers, [4] pp of music notation, advertisment on rear wrapper for ‘Dinsdale’s List of Popular Music Successes’; a fine copy. A single copy is recorded in Australian collections.

  • # 18694

    McALISTER, Ward (words); SLATER, Joe (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Just a bunch of shamrock

    Cover: “A song that touches every Irish heart”. Sydney : Tivoli Music Co. [imprint pasted over with “Sutton’s sixpenny edition” label], [c.1909]. “Price two shillings”. Folio, pictorial wrappers with cloth backstrip (original owner’s inscription of R. Thomas to front), 3 pp music notation, arrangement for voice and piano; a fine copy. Appears completely unrecorded in …

  • # 18693

    MORLEY, Arthur (words); CAMERON, Rodger (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] I am the demon king

    Cover: “Sung by Charles Howard in J.C. Williamson’s pantomime “Humpty Dumpty””. Melbourne, Bendigo & Geelong : Allan & Co., [c.1909]. One shilling edition. Folio, pictorial wrappers with vignette portrait of Charles Howard (original owner’s inscription of Mr. R. Thomas to front), 3 pp music notation, arrangement for voice and piano; rear cover with music for …

  • # 18682

    ZOO, T. Z.

    Songs of Cathay. An anthology of songs current in various parts of China among her people.

    Shanghai : Kwang Hsueh Publishing House, 1931. 5th impression. Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth, pp. 58; with music notation and lyrics.

  • # 18776

    BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van, 1770-1827; [HESS, Julia Myra, Dame, 1890-1965]

    [SHEET MUSIC] Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonatas for the piano. Book 1. (Myra Hess’ copy)

    Revised and fingered by Dr. Hans von Bülow and Dr. Sigmund Lebert. Translations by Dr. Theodore Baker. With a biographical sketch of the composer by Theodore Baker. In two books. Book 1: 17 sonatas. New York : G. Schirmer, Inc., 1923. Quarto, in a custom binding for the celebrated British pianist Dame Myra Hess, of …

  • # 18428

    GILBERT, M. [Gabriel] (c. 1620 - 1680)

    Cinquante pseaumes de David,

    mis en vers François. Amsterdam : Abraham Wolfgang, 1681. Seconde édition, reveue & corrigée sur les mémoires de l’auteur après sa mort & augmentee du decalogue & du Cantique de Simeon. Duodecimo, full polished calf, ruled in gilt, spine with gilt-lettered morocco title label and Royal armorial crest, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers with owner’s label Wekerlin, …

  • # 18552

    LESLIE, Edgar (words); PIANTADOSI, Al (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] Won’t you even say hello?

    Cover: “Sung artistically by Manuel Romain on Edison Record no. 10118”. Sydney : D. Davis & Co., [1908]. “Davis’ Popular Sixpenny Edition”. Folio, pictorial wrappers (original owner’s inscription of Mr. Roland Thomas, Port Melbourne, to front), 3 pp musical notation, arrangement for voice and piano; rear cover with music for Beautiful Eyes by Whiting, de …

  • # 18551

    ROSE, Edward (words); MILLS, Kerry (music)

    [SHEET MUSIC] I’m tired of living without you

    Sydney : J. Albert & Son, [1908]. “Albert’s 6d pops, 263”. Folio, pictorial wrappers (original owner’s inscription of Mr. Roland Thomas to front), [4] pp musical notation for voice and piano, wet stamp of Melbourne music seller A.M. Dinsdale to upper margin of second page; rear cover with advertisement for “Albert’s sixpenny songs and music”; …

  • # 18550

    WESTON, R.P.; BARNES, F.J.; SCOTT, Maurice

    [SHEET MUSIC] Hush! Here comes the dream man

    At head of title: “Fanny Powers’ Greatest Artistic Success”. Melbourne : A.M. Dinsdale, [c.1910]. Cover: “Dinsdale’s Popular sixpenny edition, no. 195”. Folio, illustrated wrappers with vignette portrait of Miss Fanny Powers, [3] pp of music notation, [2] pp advertisments; advertisement for ‘Dinsdale’s Catalogue of Popular 6d Music’; a fine copy. Copies are recorded in two Australian …