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A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody
Alec Templeton In His Impression of The Shortest W...
And the Angels Sing
Bach Goes to Town (Topsy Turvy Suite No. 1)
Blues in the Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me)
Christopher Robin Songs - Part 1 (1. Buckingham Pa...
Christopher Robin Songs - Part 2 (In the Fashion /...
Grieg's in the Groove
Man With New Radio
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Old-Fashioned Italian Grand Opera
Paul Whiteman: A/k/a
Phonograph Record, Player Piano and Carmen Lombard...
Some of These Days
The Music Goes 'Round and Around; Improvisation on...
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo)
Vocal Impressions (Russian Basso/English Ballad Si...
Warsaw Concerto - Part 1