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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
Oahu folio of mountain songs and prairie ballads for Hawaiian guitar. Arranged by Harry Stanley. Cleveland, OH: Oahu Publishing, 1935. 13 p.
Oh dem golden slippers. Arranged by Nick Manoloff; sung by Gene Autry. Chicago, IL: Calumet Music Co., 1935.
Old American songs. Compiled by Aaron Copland, np, nd.
* Old Cabin songs for the fiddle and bow, as sung by the Vagabonds. Nashville, TN: Old Cabin Co., 1932. 9th printing 1933. 30 p. Ill. 15 songs.
The Vagabonds are Herald Goodman, Dean Upson and Curt Poulton. See: "Red River valley"; "The death of Jesse James"; "Bury me out on the prairie"; "Old Paint."
* Old fashioned hymns and mountain ballads as sung by Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. Louisville, KY: Asher Sizemore, 1933. 32 p. 28 songs. Cover with Asher holding guitar. Song variants: "Remember dark Calvary," p.31 ;"The dying girl's farewell," p.30. Includes four song insert : "That silver haired mother"; "When the mountain laurels bloom"; "The prisoner's lament"; "The royal telephone."
* Old fashioned hymns and mountain ballads as sung by Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. [Louisville, KY]: Asher Sizemore, 1933. 32 p. 27 songs. Below index, “Price 25 cents.” Back cover stamp: The Parthenon Press, Nashville.
Song variant: "The
forgotten soldier boy", p.30.
* Old fashioned hymns and mountain ballads as sung by Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. [Louisville, KY]: Asher Sizemore, 1933. 32 p. 27 songs. Variant. Song: "The forgotten soldier boy", p.30. Back cover stamp: The Parthenon Press, Nashville. Includes three song insert between p.16 and 17, 1933: How beautiful heaven must be"; "I miss my dear sweet mother"; "I dreamed I searched heaven for you."
* Old fashioned hymns and mountain ballads as sung by Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. [Louisville, KY]: Asher Sizemore, 1933. 32 p. 29 songs. Variant. Song: "When the roses bloom again," p.30.
* Old time and western songs as sung by Uncle Pete and Louise, radio entertainers. LaGrange, MO: ?Uncle Pete and Louise, 193- 3 p.
Old time ballads and cowboy songs compiled by Cowboy Loye [?L.D. Pack] and Just Plain John. np, 193-
Old time cowboy songs. Edited by Hal Cannon. 1st ed. Layton, UT: G.M. Smith, 1988. 120 p.
* Old timer song book. Number One. New York: Engel-van Wiseman Ltd; Irving Berlin Inc., 1935. 16 p. See: listing "Songs of the West" for 20 songs of 200.
O'Neal, Waldo L. Original cowboy songs by Waldo L. O'Neal. ?: 1938. 24pp
One hundred and one favorite ballads, cowboy and mountain songs as sung by Hugh Cross. np nd.
* One tune more: songs of America. Burnsville, NC: World Around Songs. 196- 64 p. See: "Cowboy love song", "Cowboy night song."
Original songs of the pioneers. Folio no.2. Hollywood, CA: American Music Co., c1939.
Original songs the Texas Rangers sing. Kansas City, MO: Midland Music Co., 1946. 20 songs.
* Over 245 well-known songs magazine. (Plymouth, MA: Checkerboard Products), 1948- bimonthly
* Owen, Freddie; More, Frankie (The Log Cabin Boys). A hill billy wedding in June. Chicago: Calumet Music (M. M. Cole), 1933. 3 p.
"Words and music
by Log Cabin Boys (Freddie Owen and Frankie More)."
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