100 Years of Popular Music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1940s arranged for piano, voice and guitar, providing a fascinating insight into the music of the era. A listing of new inventions first seen during the 1940s is also included.
A String Of Pearls; A Sunday Kind Of Love; Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive; Another Openin', Another Show; Anything You Can Do; Be A Clown; Beyond The Sea (La Mer); Bless 'Em All; Blues In The Night; The Boy Next Door; Busy Doin' Nothing; Buttons And Bows; Chattanooga Choo Choo; Choo Choo Ch'boogie; Clopin Clopant; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Day By Day; Dear Hearts And Gentle People; Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me; Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree; Elmer's Tune; Harlem Nocturne; I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night; I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo; I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good); I Had The Craziest Dream; If I Should Fall In Love Again; I'm Beginning To See The Light; I'm Going To Get Lit-Up (When The Lights Go-Up In London); I'm Going To See You Today; It Can't Be Wrong; It Could Happen To You; It's A Great Day For The Irish; It's A Pity To Say Goodnight; It's Been A Long, Long Time; It's Magic; Java Jive; Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'; Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly); London Pride; Mademoiselle De Paris; Moonlight In Vermont; Nancy (With The Laughing Face); Nature Boy; Oh! What It Seemed To Be; Old Devil Moon; On Green Dolphin Street; On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe; One For My Baby (And One More For The Road); Pedro The Fisherman; Pennsylvania 6-5000; 'Round Midnight; Route 66; Skylark; Skyliner; Someone Rockin' My Dream Boat; Speak Low; Stella By Starnight; Steppin' Out With My Baby; Sunday, Monday Or Always; Swinging On A Star; Take The 'A' Train; The Things We Did Last Summer; There Must Be A Way; Tico-Tico (Tico-Tico No Fuba); To Each His Own; Too Darn Hot; Twilight Time; When April Sings; You Don't Have To Tell Me (I Know); You Make Me Feel So Young; You Stepped Out Of A Dream; You're Breaking My Heart.