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Swing AlongThe Musical Life of Will Marion Cook$

Marva Carter

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780195108910

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195108910.001.0001

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(p.129) Appendix 1 Will Marion Cook Compositions

(p.129) Appendix 1 Will Marion Cook Compositions

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Swing Along
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Any Old Place in Yankee-land Is Good Enough for Me

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook and Chris Smith

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1908; 1935

As the Sunflower Turns to the Sun

Lyrics, Richard Grant; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1904

Bon Bon Buddy

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1907; 1934

Brown-Skin Baby Mine

Lyrics, Cook and Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1902

By-Gone Days Are Best

Lyrics, L. Lamprey; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1900

Clorindy March and Two-Step (piano)

Music, Cook

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

Clorindy, Origin of the Cake Walk (piano arr. by F. W. Meacham)

Music, Cook

New York: M. Witmark, 1899

Clorindy, Origin of the Cake Walk (piano arr. by T. P. Trinkaus for mandolins and guitar)

Music, Cook

New York: M. Witmark, 1900

Creole Dance (piano)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

(p.130) Cruel Daddy

Lyrics, Anon.; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1915; 1942

Cruel Papa; Fox Trot (piano)

Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1914; 1941

Cruel Papa; Fox Trot (orch. arr. by Stephen Jones)

Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1915; 1942

Czar of Dixie Land

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1901

Dainty

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: A. Payne, 1909; 1937

Daisy Deane

Lyrics, Richard Wilkins and Cook; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

Darktown Barbecue

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

Darktown Is Out Tonight

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1899

Darktown Is Out Tonight, Two-Step (orch. arr. by Robert Recker)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1899

Darktown Is Out Tonight (arr. by George Lechler for zither)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1899

Darktown Is Out Tonight, March and Two-Step (arr. by G. L. Lansing for 2 banjos)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1900

Darktown Is Out Tonight, Two-Step for Piano (arr. by F. W. Meacham)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1899

Dar’s Mah Mandy

Lyrics, William Moore; Music, Cook

Chicago: Will M. Cook, 1907

Dinah

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1907

Down de Lover’s Lane

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1900

(p.131) Dreamin’ Town (Mandy Lou)

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

Ev’rybody Loves

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1930

Exhortation: A Negro Sermon

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912; 1940

An Explanation

Lyrics, James W. Johnson; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1914; 1941

Gal O’Mine

Lyrics, Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: Artmusic, 1918; 1944

Ghost Ship; the Slave Ship

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1929

Girl from Vassar

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1901

Good Evenin’

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Harlem Band

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, Lenoir Cook and Will M. Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1929

Harlem Is Hell

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, Will M. Cook

Washington, D.C.: Will Marion Cook, 1932

Hot Foot

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

Washington, D.C.: Will Marion Cook, 1901

Hottest Coon in Dixie

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

Hurrah for Captain Kidd

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

If the Sands of All the Seas Were Peerless Pearls

Lyrics, James W. Johnson; Music, Cook

New York: Jerome Remick, 1914; 1941

I’m Comin’ Virginia

Lyrics, Cook; Music, D. Heywood

New York: Robbins Music, 1927

(p.132) In Bandanna Lan’

Lyrics, Mord Allen; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1907

In De Evenin

Lyrics, Richard Grant; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1937

It’s Allus de Same in Dixie

Lyrics, Richard Grant; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

I Want to Live and Die in Dixie Land

Lyrics, Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: Empire Music, 1915; 1943

Jewel of the Big Blue Nile

Lyrics, J. Mord Allen; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1908

Julep Song

Lyrics, Richard Grant; Music, Cook

New York: York Music Co., 1904

Jump Back (Negro Love Song)

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

Just a Little Bit of Heaven Called Home

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, Will M. Cook

New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1934

Just the Same

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1907

Kinky

Lyrics, Mord Allen and Ed Green; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1908

Leader of the Colored Aristocracy

Lyrics, James W. Johnson; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Let’s Save the U.S.A., to Hell with Over There (Over Here)

Lyrics, Mercer Cook I and Mercer Cook II; Music, Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1941

A Little Bit of Heaven Called Home

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, Will M. Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1933; 1939

The Little Gypsy Maid

Lyrics, Harry B. Smith and Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Lotus Blossoms (for piano)

Music, Cook and B. Nierman

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

(p.133) Love in a Cottage Is Best

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: M. Witmark, 1898; 1925

Love Is the Tend’rest of Themes

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Howley, Haviland, 1896

Love Looks Not at Estate

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

Brooklyn: Will M. Cook, 1904

Love Me with a Tiger Love

Lyrics, Addison Burkhardt; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1938

Lovie Joe

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Joe Jordan

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1937

Lulu

Lyrics, R. C. McPherson; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham Music, 1905

Maggie Magee

Lyrics, Al Smith; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1905

Mammy

Lyrics, Lester A. Walton; Music, Cook,

New York: Artmusic, 1916; 1943

Mammy’s ’Lasses Candy Chile

Lyrics, Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: Maurice Shapiro, 1909; 1937

Mandy Lou

Lyrics, R. C. McPherson; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham Music, 1905

Molly Green

Lyrics, Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Molly Green; Waltz on Melodies from In Dahomey, M. Retford arr. Boosey and Co.’s Journal for Military Bands no. 32

Lyrics, Cecil Mack; Music, Cook

London: Will M. Cook, 1906

My Alabama Dan

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

Washington, D.C.: Will Marion Cook, 1912; 1940

My Lady

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912; 1940

My Lady Frog

Lyrics, Will Accooe and Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

(p.134) My Lady Nicotine

Lyrics, F. Clifford Harris; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1937

My Lady Nicotine; Waltzes (piano) Eugene Platzmann, arr.

Music, Cook

New York: Will Marion Cook, 1910

My Lady’s Lips Am Like de Honey

Lyrics, James W. Johnson; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1915; 1942

My Lady’s Lips Am Like de Honey, Fox Trot (orch. arr. S. Jones)

Lyrics, Andrew B. Sterling; Music, Cook

New York: Howley, Dresser, 1904

My Little Irish Canary

Lyrics, Andrew B. Sterling; Music, Cook

New York: Howley, Dresser, 1904

On Emancipation Day

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

On Emancipation Day, March and Two-Step (for piano)

Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Oo! Oo!! Oo!!! It’s Very Strange

Lyrics, Mord Allen; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1908

Parthenia Johnson

Lyrics, James W. Johnson; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1908

Pensacola (The) Mooch

Lyrics, Ford T. Dabney; Music, Ford T. Dabney and Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1937

Possum Am de Best Meat After All

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1901

Rain-Song (men’s chorus)

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912; 1940

Rain-Song (high voice)

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912

Rain-Song (mixed voices) (arr. by W. Riegger)

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912

Red, Red Rose

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1908; 1935

(p.135) Returned

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Romance

Lyrics, Harry B. Smith; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1900

She’s Dancing Sue

Lyrics, Charles S. Sager; Music, Cook and Will Accooe

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

Slumber Song

Lyrics, R. C. McPherson; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

Spread de News

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

Brooklyn: Will M. Cook, 1904

Springtime

Lyrics, Phil. H. Armstrong; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1914; 1941

Squirrel Song

Lyrics, Richard Grant; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

A Summah Night

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1906

Sweet Dreams, You Can’t Come Back

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook and William McCoy

New York: Cook and Rogers, 1911; 1938

Sweetie Dear

Lyrics, Will Marion Cook; Music, Joe Jordan

New York: Barron and Thompson, 1906; 1934

Swing Along

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912

Swing Along (2-part boys’ chorus) Jeffrey Marlowe, arr.

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1943

Swing Along (men’s chorus)

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912

Swing Along (high voice)

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1912; 1940

Swing Along (4-part chorus) Frank R. Rix, arr.

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1914; 1942

(p.136) Swing Along, March, Charles Brunover, arr.

Music, Cook

Milwaukee: Wm. C. Stahl, 1924

Swing Along (orch. arr. by Maurice Baron)

Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1924

Swing Along (3-part women’s chorus, Carl Deis, arr.)

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1951; 1979

Swing Along (school mixed chorus adapted by Ralph Baldwin)

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1928

That’ll Be All Right Baby

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Spaulding & Gray, 1896

There’s a Place in the Old Vacant Chair

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham Music, 1905

Troubled in Mind—Negro Spiritual

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, arr. by Will M. Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1929

Until Then

Lyrics, Alex Rogers; Music, Cook

New York: Gotham-Attucks, 1907

Ups and Downs

Lyrics, Mercer Cook; Music, Will M. Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1927

Vassar (The) Girl

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Will M. Cook, 1927

We’re Marching On

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

W. Bedford, Mass.: GeorgeBroome, 1896

We’s A Comin’

Lyrics, Cook; Music, Cook

New York: Will Marion Cook, 1904

Whatever the Hue of Your Eyes

Lyrics, Harry B. Smith; Music, Cook

New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1900

What Makes Me Love You the Way I Do

Lyrics, R. C. McPherson; Music, Cook

New York: Cook and McPherson, 1911

What Would You Be A’ Doing

Lyrics, W. S. Estren; Music, E. Parke and Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1902

(p.137) Where the Lotus Blossoms Grow

Lyrics, Joseph C. Farrell; Music, Cook

New York: John H. Cook, 1904

Who Dat Say Chicken in Dis Crowd?

Lyrics, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

Who Dat Say Chicken in Dis Crowd? Polka Two-Step (orch. arr. by W. H. Mackie)

Music, Marion

New York: M. Witmark, 1898

Whoop ’er Up

Lyrics, Andrew Sterling; Music, Cook

New York: Harry Von Tilzer, 1910; 1937

Wid de Moon, Moon, Moon

Lyrics, William Moore; Music, Cook

New York: G. Schirmer, 1907; 1935

Wid de Moon, Moon, Moon (men’s voices, Ralph L. Baldwin, arr.)

Lyrics, William Moore; Music, Cook