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Jazz Stock Arrangements: A Resource Guide

Parts for Big Band, 1935-1955

The Music Division holds thousands of arrangements which could be considered "big-band arrangements." The following list is a sample of the material we have. All the arrangements listed here meet three criteria: 1) they consist of a full set of parts; 2) they were published in the United States; 3) they come from the years 1935-1955.

They also meet one or more of three additional criteria: A) they bear the name of a well-known band or soloist; B) the arrangement is by a well-known arranger; or C) the arrangement is of a well-known song or a song which we thought would be of particular interest to some of those seeking big-band parts.

Among works meeting these criteria we have tried for a varied sample of our holdings, rather than for a list of "most famous arrangements," "best arrangements," or "rarities from the Library of Congress." All of these arrangements are, so far as we know, protected by copyright.

Selected List of Full Sets of Parts

A) Arrangements With the Name of Well-known Bands

(note that these are not necessarily "as played by" arrangements) [listed alphabetically by band]

RAY ANTHONY

Anthony, Ray, and George Williams. Thunderbird. Arranged by George Williams. "Recorded by Ray Anthony..on Capitol Records." New York, Moonlight Music, 1953. Copyright no.: Ep 71594. Call no.: M1356.A.

Hagen, Earle. Harlem Nocturne. Arranged by George Williams. "As recorded...on Capitol Record no. 1664." New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1953. Copyright no.: Ep 68998. Call no.: M1356.H.

CHARLIE BARNET

McGhee, Howard. Strollin'. [Arranged by the composer.] "Decca Record no. 18585." New York, Capitol Songs, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 132019. Call no.: M1356.M.

COUNT BASIE

[see also list of Count Basie stocks for Bregman, Vocco & Conn]

Basie, Count. One O'Clock Jump. Arranged by Buck Clayton. "Victor Record No. 25792. Played by Benny Goodman. Decca Record No. 1363. Played by Count Basie." New York, Leo Feist, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 69490. Call no.: M1350.B.

Harding, Buster. Ain't It the Truth. [Arranged by the composer.] "As recorded on Columbia Record [no number given]" New York, Regent, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 131627. Call no.: M1356.H.

LES BROWN

Higgins, Bob. Lover's Leap. [Arranged by the composer.] "As recorded..on Columbia Record no. 37061." Hollywood, Renown Music, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 9972. Call no.: M1356.H.

CAB CALLOWAY

Palmer, Jack, Cab Calloway, and Frank Froeba. The Jumpin' Jive (Jim Jam Jump). "As arranged by Van Alexander and recorded by his orchestra on Bluebird Record #B10330A." New York, Edward B. Marks, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 78356. Call no.: M1350.P.

BENNY CARTER

Carter, Benny. Back Bay Boogie. [Arranged by the composer.] "Bluebird record no. 11341. As played by Benny Carter and his orchestra." New York, Mutual Music Society, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 129392. Call no.: M1356.C.

BOB CROSBY

Haggart, Bob and Ray Bauduc. South Rampart Street Parade. "Decca Record 15038A." New York, Leo Feist, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 67987. Call no.: M1350.H.

Home on the Range. Arranged by Spud Murphy. "Based on Connie Boswell's Decca Record no. 1600 with Bob Crosby's Bobcats." New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 74439. Call no.: M1350.H.

William H. Tyers. Panama. Arranged in the modern Dixieland style by Spud Murphy. "Decca Record no. 1615." New York, Leo Feist, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 79438. Call no.: M1350.T.

XAVIER CUGAT

Sanders, [Julio]. Adios Muchachos. Arranged by George Cole. New York, Robbins Music Corporation, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 69342. Call no.: M1350.S.

Villoldo, A. G. El Choclo. Arranged by George Cole. New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 69741. Call no.: M1350.V.

[the following have a picture by Xavier Cugat on the cover, but are not identified as being played by his orchestra]

Grenet, Eliseo. Congo Conga. Arranged by Chas. Koff. New York, Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 83722. Call no.: M1350.G.

Romero, Ricardo. La Conga Pasa. Arranged by Ricardo Romero. New York, Edward B. Marks, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 84488. Call no.: M1350.R.

JIMMY DORSEY

Ellis, Herb, and Jimmy Dorsey. Outer Drive. Arranged by Jimmy Stutz; Edited by Van Alexander. New York, Dorsey Brothers Music, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 136546. Call no.: M1356.E.

Gillespie, John, and Jimmy Dorsey. Grand Central Getaway. Arranged by John Gillespie; edited by Van Alexander. New York, Dorsey Brothers' Music, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 124896. Call no.: M1356.G.

Warren, Harry, Lew Brown, and Sidney Clare. One Sweet Letter from You. "Arranged specially by Toots Camarata, staff arranger for Jimmy Dorsey." New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 80527. Call no.: M1350.W

TOMMY DORSEY

Dorsey, Tommy, Fletcher Henderson, and Horace Henderson. Chris and His Gang. Arranged by Larry Clinton. New York, Robbins, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 69585. Call no.: M1350.D.

Dorsey, Tommy, and Fred Norman. Nip and Tuck. Arranged by Fred Norman; edited by Van Alexander. New York, Dorsey Brothers' Music, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 3015. Call no.: M1356.D.

Murphy, Spud, arr. Comin' Thro' the Rye. "Based on Earl Hagen's arr. for Tommy Dorsey's Victor Record no. 25813." New York, Robbins, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 69512. Call no.: M1350.M.

Offenbach, Jacques. Barcarolle. Arranged by Spud Murphy. "Based on Axel Stordahl's Arr. for Tommy Dorsey's Victor Record no. 25887." New York, Leo Feist, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 74282. Call no.: M1350.O.

Oliver, Sy. Blues No More. [Arranged by the composer.] "Published as played by Tommy Dorsey & Orchestra." New York, Embassy, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 116912. Call no.: M1356.O.

Oliver, Sy, arr. Deep River. "Victor Record no. 36396." New York, Embassy, 1946. Copyright no.: GET THIS. Call no.: M1356.O.

[Padilla, Jose] Buy My Violets. Arranged by Tommy Dorsey and Dick Jones. "As recorded on Victor Record no. 25519." New York, Feist, 1937. Copyright no.: Epub 62110. Call no.: M1350.P.

Smith, Clarence "Pinetop." Boogie Woogie. Arranged by Deane Kincaide for Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra on Victor Record no. 26054. New York, Melrose Music, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 116130. Call no.: M1350.S.

ROY ELDRIDGE

Harding, Buster. Les Bounce. [Arranged by the composer.] "Decca Record 23783." New York, Little Jazz Music Publications, 1947. Copyright no.: Epub 14847. Call no.: M1356.H.

Harding, Buster and Roy Eldridge. Yard Dog. [A Buster Harding arrangement] "Decca Record 23697." New York, Little Jazz Music Publications, 1947. Copyright no.: Epub 14848. Call no.: M1356.H.

DUKE ELLINGTON

Ellington, Duke. Cotton Tail. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Victor Record no. 26610." New York, Robbins, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 124331. Call no.: M1356.E.

Ellington, Duke. In a Mellow Tone. Arranged by Will Hudson. New York, Robbins, 1942. Copyright no.: Epub 103108. Call no.: M1350.E.

Ellington, Duke, and Juan Tizol. Pyramid. Arranged by Vic Schoen. New York, American Academy of Music, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 94001. Call no.: M1350.E.

BENNY GOODMAN

[Basie, Count. One O'Clock Jump. Listed under COUNT BASIE.]

Basie, Count, Benny Goodman and Buck Clayton. Rattle and Roll. Arranged by Buck Clayton. "Recorded...on Columbia Record no. 36988." New York, Bregman, Vocco, and Conn, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 7841. Call no.: M1356.B.

Gibson, Margie. Take It. [Arranged by the composer.] "Columbia Record no. 36067." New York, Regent Music Corp., 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 97258. Call no.: M1350.G.

Goodman, Benny. Soft Winds. Arranged by Fletcher Henderson. "Columbia Record 35320." New York, Regent, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 84829. Call no.: M1350.G.

Goodman, Benny, and Lionel Hampton. Till Tom Special. Arranged by Fletcher Henderson. "Columbia Record no. 35040B. Victor Record no. 26604." New York, Regent, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 95167. Call no.: M1350.G.

James, Harry, and Benny Goodman. Life Goes to a Party. Arranged by Harry James. "Victor Record no. 25726." New York, Robbins, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 67261. Call no.: M1350.G.

Jones, Isham. It Has To Be You. A Benny Goodman swing arrangement by Fletcher Henderson. New York, Remick, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 80789. Call no.: M1350.J.

Paganini, Nicolo. Paganini Caprice XXIV. Arranged by Skippy Martin. "A Benny Goodman Original. Columbia Record 36411. Off the Record Series." New York, Regent Music Corporation, 1946. Copyright no.: GET THIS. Call no.: M1356.M[Martin, Skippy].

Woode, Henri and Fletcher Henderson. Bumble Bee Stomp. Arranged by Spud Murphy. "Victor Record no. 26087." New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 73883. Call no.: M1350.W.

LIONEL HAMPTON

Hampton, Lionel. Beulah's Boogie. Scored by Gil Fuller. "Decca Record 18719 B." New York, Swing & Tempo Music co., 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 16321. Call no.: M1356.H.

Hampton, Lionel, Joe Morris, and Gladys Neal. Chop Chop. Scored by Will Hudson. "Decca Record no. 186138." New York, Robbins, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 132188. Call no.: M1356.H.

Hampton, Lionel, and Milton Buckner. Overtime. Scored by Gil Fuller. "Decca Record 18669 B." New York, Swing & Tempo Music co., 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 14814. Call no.: M1356.H.

Hathaway, Charlie, Walter Hirsch, and Lionel Hampton. Johnny Get Your Horn. Arranged by Charlie Hathaway. "Victor Record no. 26343." New York, Bregman, Vocco, and Conn, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 83218. Call no.: M1350.H.

COLEMAN HAWKINS

Hawkins, Coleman. Disorder at the Border. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Apollo Record no. 753." New York, Robbins, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 130460. Call no.: M1356.H.

Hawkins, Coleman. Feeling Zero. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Apollo Record no. 753." New York, Robbins, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 130461. Call no.: M1356.H.

WOODY HERMAN

Gillespie, Dizzy. Down Under. Arranged by Joe Bishop. "Recorded on Decca Record no. 18544." New York, Charling Music Corp., 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 114075. Call no.: M1350.G.

Harris, Bill, and Woody Herman. Your Father's Moustache. Arranged by Joe Bishop. "Recorded on Columbia Record No. 36870." New York, Charling Music Corporation, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 2594. Call no.: M1356.H [Harris]

Hefti, Neal and Woody Herman. Blowin' Up a Storm. Arranged by Joe Bishop. "Recorded on Columbia Records." New York, Charling Music Corp., 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 7842. Call no.: M1356.H [Hefti]

Hefti, Neal and Woody Herman. Wildroot. Arranged by Joe Bishop. "Recorded on Columbia Record 36949." New York, Charling Music Corp., 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 3798. Call no.: M1356.H [Hefti] HARRY JAMES

James, Harry. Back Beat Boogie. Arranged by Jack Mathias. "Recorded on Columbia Record #35456." New York, Paramount, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 88252. Call no.: M1350.J.

James, Harry, and Claude Lakey. Let Me Up. Arranged by George N. Terry. "Recorded on Columbia Record #36623..." New York, Paramount, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 110508. Call no.: M1350.L.

James, Harry, Count Basie, Benny Goodman. Two O'Clock Jump. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Columbia Record no. 36232." New York, Robbins, 1942. Copyright no.: Epub 112774. Call no.: M1350.J.

Moten, Buster and Benny. Moten Swing. Arranged by Johnny Warrington. "Recorded...on Columbia Record no. 37531." New York, Peer, 1947. Copyright no.: Ep 69000. Call no.: M1356.M.

STAN KENTON

Rogers, Shorty. Jambo. [Arranged by the composer.] "The original recording arrangements...specially edited." New York, Capitol Songs, 1951. Copyright no.: Ep 52683. Call no.: M1356.R.

Yaw, Ralph. Balboa Bash. Arranged by Stan Kenton. Edited by Jiggs Noble. "Recorded on Capitol Records...Album CE-19." New York, CVapitol Songs, 1947. Copyright no.: Epub 12006. Call no.: M1356.Y.

GENE KRUPA

Krupa, Gene, and Ray Biondi. Boogie Blues. Scored by James "Jiggs" Noble. New York, Gene Krupa Music Corporation, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 5379. Call no.: M1356.K.

Krupa, Gene and Gerry Mulligan. Disc Jockey Jump. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Columbia Record no. 37589." New York, Robbins, 1947. Copyright no.: Epub 16544. Call no.: M1356.K.

Krupa, Gene and Tiny Parham. Drummin' Man. Scored by Spud Murphy. "Based on Fred Norman's arr. for Gene Krupa's Columbia Record no. 35324." New York, Robbins, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 124608. Call no.: M1356.K.

ABE LYMAN

Burman, Maurice. Soft Shoe Shuffle. Arranged by Bob Mersey. "The Original Manuscript Series" New York, Leeds Music, 1942. Copyright no.: Epub 116204. Call no.: M1350.B.

GLENN MILLER

MacGregor, Chummy, and Glenn Miller. Sold American. "As arranged and played by Glenn Miller on Brunswick Record no. 8173." New York, Leo Feist, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 74984. Call no.: M1350.M.

May, Arletta. Long Tall Mama. Arranged by Billy May. "Autograph orchestration. Victor record no. 27943." New York, Mutual Music Society, 1942. Copyright no.: Epub 107391. Call no.: M1350.M.

Durham, Eddie. Glen Island Special. Arranged by Will Hudson. "As recorded by Glenn Miller on Bluebird Record no. 10388." New York, Leo Feist, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 82794. Call no.: M1350.D.

VAUGHN MONROE

Monroe, Vaughn Wilton and John Watson. Doodle Bug. Arranged by Frank Ryerson. New York, Burke and Van Heusen, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 8594. Call no.: M1356.M.

RAY NOBLE

Hagen, Earle. Harlem Nocturne. Arranged by the composer. "Columbia Record #35708." New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 91001. Call no.: M1350.H.

RED NORVO

Miller, Bill. Tea Time. [Arranged by the composer] "Brunswick Record no. 8103" New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 68461. Call no.: M1350.M.

DON REDMAN

Redman, Don. Coffee Light. [arranged by the composer] New York, David Gornston, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 130400. Call no.: M1356.R.

Redman, Don. Mickey Finn. [arranged by the composer] New York, David Gornston, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 194. Call no.: M1356.R.

SAVOY SULTANS

Chapman, Jack. Rhythm Doctor Man. [arranged by the composer] "As recorded on Decca no. 7499...all hot solos written out." [New York], David Gornston, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 110926. Call no.: M1350.C. Chapman, Jack. See What I Mean? [arranged by the composer] "As recorded on Decca no. 8540...all hot solos as recorded!" New York, David Gornston, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 116381. Call no.: M1350.C.

Cooper, Al. The Thing. [no arranger credit] As recorded on Decca no. 7525." New York, David Gornston, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 110677. Call no.: M1350.C.

ARTIE SHAW

Conniff, Ray. Jumpin' on the Merry-Go-Round. Special arrangement by Will Hudson. "Recorded by Artie Shaw...(Victor 20-1612)" New York, Winfield Music, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 7070. Call no.: M1356.C.

Harding, Buster. Little Jazz. Special arrangement by Will Hudson. "Recorded by Artie Shaw...Victor 20-1668." New York, Winfield Music, 1945. Copyright no.: Epub 7067. Call no.: M1356.H.

Lecuona, Ernesto. Jungle Drums. "Conceived and arranged by Artie Shaw." "As recorded by Artie Shaw on Bluebird Record no. B-10091." New York, Edward B. Marks, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 79711. Call no.: M1350.L.

Porter, Cole. Night and Day. Scored by Jerry Gray. "An Artie Shaw Arrangement." New York, Harms, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 75536. Call no.: M1350.P.

Shaw, Artie, and Teddy MacRae. Back Bay Shuffle. Arranged by Spud Murphy. "Bluebird Record no. B-7759." New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 74753. Call no.: M1350.S.

CHARLIE SPIVAK

Hefti, Neal. Three Deuces. [Arranged by the composer.] New York, Leeds Music Corp., 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 123768. Call no.: M1356.H.

Spivak, Charlie, and Phil Rommel. Hey! Sit Down Bud. Arranged by Phil Rommel. "Autograph Orchestration...Okeh Record no. 6061" New York, Mutual Music Society, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 94256. Call no.: M1350.S

CHICK WEBB

Webb, Chick, and Ella Fitzgerald. Spinning the Web. Special arrangement by Wayman Carver. New York, Famous Music Corp., 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 74655. Call no.: M1350.W.

TEDDY WILSON

Simpson, Edgar, and Teddy Wilson. Jumpin' for Joy. Arranged by Will Hudson. "Brunswick record no. 8439" New York, Robbins Music Corp., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 81160. Call no.: M1350.S.


B) Arrangements By Well-known Arrangers

(but not credited to a specific band) [listed alphabetically by arranger]

JIMMY GIUFFRE

Giuffre, James Peter. Four Brothers. (Woody Herman on cover, but no statement that this was played by Herman.) New York, United Music, 1948. Copyright no.: Epub 42572. Call no.: M1356.G.

CHARLEY HATHAWAY

Hathaway, Charley. Midnight Matinee. [arranged by the composer] New York, Bregman, Vocco, & Copnn, 1943. Copyright no.: Epub 116051. Call no.: M1350.H.

FLETCHER HENDERSON

Melrose, Walter. Dixie Train. Arranged by Fletcher Henderson. Chicago, Melrose Bros., 1936. Copyright no.: Epub 61094. Call no.: M1350.M.

Williams, Spencer. I Ain't Got Nobody. Arranged by Fletcher Henderson. New York, Mayfair, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 95211. Call no.: M1350.W.

WILL HUDSON

Hudson, Will. Definition of Swing. [arranged by the composer] New York, Exclusive Publications, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 71956. Call no.: M1350.H.

Hudson, Will. Midnight at the Onyx. [arranged by the composer] New York, Mills Music, 1937. Copyright no.: Epub 64014. Call no.: M1350.H.

SY OLIVER

Oliver, Sy. For Trumpets Only. (Tommy Dorsey on cover, but no statement that this was played by Dorsey). New York, Embassy, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 1383. Call no.: M1356.O.

EDDIE SAUTER

Burns, Ralph. Early Autumn. Arranged by Eddie Sauter. (Woody Herman on cover, but no statement that the arrangement was recorded by Herman.) New York, Charling, 1949. Copyright no.: Epub 43055. Call no.: M1356.B.

ELMER SCHOEBEL

Gershwin, George. Embraceable You. Arranged by Elmer Schoebel. New York, Harms, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 99198. Call no.: M1350.G.

VIC SCHOEN

Lecuona, Ernesto. Say "Si Si." New Fox Trot Arrangement. New York, Edward B. Marks, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 81917. Call no.: M1350.L.

Williams, Spencer and Jack Palmer. I've Found a New Baby. A Vic Schoen Arrangement. New York, Clarence Williams Music Publishing Company, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 128907. Call no.: M1356.W.


C) Arrangements of Well-known Tunes (and a few miscellaneous)

[listed alphabetically by composer]

Arlen, Harold. Stormy Weather. Arranged by Johnny Warrington. New York, Mills Music, 1948. Copyright no.: Epub 28103. Call no.: M1356.A.

Brooks, Harry, Andy Razaf, & Thomas Waller. (What Did I Do To Be So) Black and Blue. Arranged by Jimmy Dale. New York, Mills Music, 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 89590. Call no.: M1350.B.

Carmichael, Hoagy. Star Dust. Arranged by Johnny Warrington. New York, Mills, 1948. Copyright no.: Epub 28095. Call No.: M1356.C.

Carter, Benny. Malibu. Scored by James "Jiggs" Noble. "Capitol Record no. 200." New York, Robbins, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 8616. Call no.: M1356.C.

Denniker, Paul. S'posin'. New dance arrangement by Jack Mason. New York, Joe davis, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 76962. Call no.: M1350.D.

Gershwin, George. Fascinating Rhythm. Arranged by Spud Murphy. New York, Harms, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 79816. Call no.: M1350.G.

Gershwin, George. The Man I Love. Arranged by Vic Schoen. New York, Harms, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 79533. Call no.: M1350.G.

Henderson, Ray. The Birth of the Blues. Arranged by Elmer Schoebel. New York, Harms, 1941. Copyright no.: Epub 97216. Call no.: M1350.H.

Green, Johnny. Body and Soul. Arranged by Jerry Sears. New York, Harms, 1947. Copyright no.: Epub 17752. Call no.: M1356.G.

Metz, Theo A. Hot Time in the Old Town To-Night. Arranged by Jimmy Dale. New York, Edward B. Marks, 1937. Copyright no.: Epub 59644. Call no.: M1350.M.

Mills, Irving, and Nat (King) Cole. Straighten Up and Fly Right. Arr. by Vic Schoen. New York, American Academy of Music, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 123604. Call no.: M1356.M.

Moten, Bennie. Moten Stomp. Arranged by Van Alexander. New York, Peer International, 1944. Copyright no.: Epub 121073. Call no.: M1350.M.

Msarurgwa, August. Skokiaan (South African Song). Arranged by Johnny Warrington. New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1954. Copyright no.: Ep 83068. Call no.: M1356.M.

Muir, Lewis F. and L. Wolfe Gilbert. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee. Swing arrangement by Larry Wagner. New York, Alfred Music Co., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 74364. Call no.: M1350.M.

Porter, Cole. Begin the Beguine. Scored by Jerry Gray. ("The new Artie Shaw dance series," but no statement that Shaw has performed this arrangement.) New York, Harms, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 74833. Call no.: M1350.P.

Smith, Chris. Ballin' the Jack. Arranged by Jack Matthias. New York, Edward B. Marks, 1949. Copyright no.: Epub 34334. Call no.: M1356.S.

Sweatman, Wilbur C. and Lew Brown. Down Home Rag. Arranged by Larry Clinton. New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 1940. Copyright no.: Epub 82759. Call no.: M1350.S.

Warren, Harry. Jeepers Creepers. Arranged by Jack Mason. New York, M. Witmark & Sons, 1938. Copyright no.: Epub 74500. Call no.: M1350.W.

Wilder, Alec. Concerning Etchings. Arranged by Charlie Hathaway. "Brunswick Record no. 8307." New York, Bregman, Voco and Conn, 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 76223. Call no.: M1350.W.

Williams, Clarence, and Spencer Williams. Royal Garden Blues. Arranged by Johnny Warrington. New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1946. Copyright no.: Epub 10423. Call no.: M1356.W.

Williams, Spencer. I Ain't Got Nobody. "New '1939' Arrangement by Emerson Stiles." New York, Joe Davis, Inc., 1939. Copyright no.: Epub 75294. Call no.: M1350.W.

Young, Victor, and Will J. Harris. Sweet Sue -- Just You. Arranged specially by Jimmy Mundy. New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, 1937. Copyright no.: Epub 64104. Call no.: M1350.Y.