M04-07 - BETTY FOWLER COLLECTION

Betty Lynne Hunter-Fowler was born in Wynne, Arkansas, and is married to Bill Fowler.  She spent most of her life in the Little Rock area as a popular musician and television entertainer.  She has entertained women’s clubs, civic groups, and public audiences professionally since she was eighteen years old.

Mrs. Fowler graduated from Little Rock Junior College, a UALR predecessor, in 1944.  She began her illustrious entertainment career on a statewide radio show.  Consequently, she became a television performer in the early 1950’s when Little Rock’s first UHF station, KRTV, signed on.  She is best known for her children’s show, “Betty’s Little Rascals” which began May 1955.  Additionally, she also co-hosted “Little Rock Today” show with Bud Campbell.

Along with these many responsibilities, Mrs. Fowler maintained a very rigorous schedule with her band “The Betty Fowler Four”.  She was also the musical director for the Miss Arkansas Pageant (1960-1984), musical director for Broadway musical produced by the Community Theater, musical director for the Farkleberry Follies presented by the Arkansas Press Association, and musical director for the Gridiron produced by the Arkansas Bar Association.

Today, she has a recording studio where she voice coaches and makes accompaniment tapes for singing.  Betty Fowler is one of Arkansas’ greatest media celebrities and she will forever be treasured and acknowledged for her many contributions to her fans and her profession.

 

Series I

Box 1

File 1 – Index of music within the Betty Fowler collection

File 1A- “Adios” Music by Enric Madriguera & Fred Barovick, 1931

File 2 – “After The Lovin” by Ritchie Adams & Alan Bernstein, 1974

File 3 – “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” by Irving Berlin, 1911

File 4 – “All of Me” by Gerald Marks & Seymour Simons, 1931

File 5 – “All of You” by Cole Porter, 1954

File 6 – “All The Things You Are” by Oscar Hammerstein & Jerome Kern and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1939

File 7 – “All The Way” by Sammy Cahn & James Van Heusen and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1957

File 8 – “Always” by Irving Berlin and Arranged by Jack Mason, 1925

File 9 – “Always In My Heart” by Ernesto Lecuona and Kim Gannon, and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

File 10 – “Amor” by Sunny Skylar, Ricardo Lopez Mendez, and Gabriel Ruiz and arranged by Jack Mason, 1941

File 11 – “Another Op’Nin Another Show” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1949

File 12 – “Any Time” by Herbert Happy Lawson and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1921

File 13 – “Anything Goes” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Sterling, 1934

File 14 – “April in Paris” by Duke Vernon, E.Y. Harburg & Emelia Renaud, 1932

File 15 – “April Showers” by Louis Silvers and B.G. Desylva, 1946

File 16 – “Are You Having’ Any Fun?” by Sammy Fain & Jack Yellen, 1939

File 17 – “Around The World” by Harold Adamson & Victor Young and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 18 – “As Time Goes By” by Herman Hupfeld and Arranged by Jack Mason, 1931

File 19 – “At Last” by Mack Gordon & Harry Warren and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

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Series I

Box 2

File 20 – “Auld Lang Syne” by Robert Burns, Date-prior to 1900

File 21 – “Autumn In New York” by Vernon Duke and arranged by Eddie Sauter, 1934

File 22 – “Autumn Leaves” by Jacques Prevert & Joseph Kosma & Johnny Mercer and arranged by Van Alexander, 1947

File 23 – “Autumn Nocturne” by Kim Gannon & Josef Myrow and arranged by Abe Osser, 1941

File 24 – “Babalu” by S.K. Russell & Margarita Lecuona and arranged by Jose Pafumy, 1939

File 25 – “Baia” by Ray Gilbert & Ary Barroso & arranged by Paul Weirick & Egon Guilherme, 1939

File 26 – “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” by Jim Croce and arranged by William Sanford, 1972

File 27 – “Bandstand Boogie” by C. Albertine and arranged by Bob Lowden, 1954

File 28 – “Baubles, Bangles and Beads” by Robert Wright & George Forrest and arranged by Eddie Ballentine, 1953

File 29 – “Because of You” by Arthur Hammerstein & Dudley Wilkinson and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1940

File 30 – “Besame Mucho” by Consuelo Velazquez & Sunny Skylar, 1941

File 31 – “The Best Of Everything” by Sammy Cahn & Alfred Newman and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 32 – “The Best Things In Life Are Free” by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson, arranged by Paul Weirick, 1927

File 33 – “The Birth Of The Blues” by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson and arranged by Eddie Sauter, 1926

File 34 – “Blueberry Hill” by Al Lewis, Larry Stock & Vincent Rose and arranged by Jack Mason, 1940

File 35 – “Blue Champagne” by Jimmy Eaton, Frank Ryerson, & Grady Watts, 1941

File 36 – “Blue Heaven” by George Whiting & Roger Donaldson, 1927

File 37 – “Blue Moon” by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1934

File 38 – “Blues In The Night” by Johnny Mercer & Harold Arlen and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1941

File 39 – “Body And Soul” by Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton & Johnny Green and arranged by Jerry Sears, 1930

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Series I

Box 3

File 40 – “Boogie Woogie” by Clarence “Pine Top” Smith and arranged by Fletcher Henderson, 1929

File 41 – “Born Free” By John Barry and arranged by Richard Clements, 1966

File 42 – “Bows” No Composer, No Date

File 43 – “Brazil” by S.K. Russell & Ary Barroso and arranged by Jack Mason, 1939

File 44 – “Bridge Over Troubled Water” by Paul Simon and arranged by Jerry Nowak, 1969

File 45 – “Broadway” by Henri Woode, Teddy McRade & Bill Bird and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1940

File 46 – “Brown Eyes” by Rudolf Friml & Oscar Hammerstein, 1026

File 47 – “Buttons And Bows” by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans and arranged by Gerald Sears,1948

File 48 – “By The Beautiful Sea” by Harold Atteridge & Harry Carroll and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1914

File 49 – “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” No Composer, Circa 1970

File 50 – “Careless” by Lew Quadling, Eddy Howard & Dick Jurgens and arranged by Helmy Kresa, 1939

File 51 – “Castle Rock” by Al Sears, Ervin Drake & Jimmy Shirl and arranged by Sy Oliver, 1951

File 52 – “Celebration” by Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1969

File 53 – Various Chasers and Fanfares

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Box 4

File 54 – “Chattanooga Choo Choo” by Harry Warren & Mack Gordon and arranged by Jack Mason, 1941

File 55 – “Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy” by Harry Stone & Jack Stapp and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 56 – “Cherokee” by Ray Noble, 1938

File 57 – “Cherry” by Don Redman, 1928

File 58 – “Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White” by Louiguy and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 59 – “Chicken Shack” No Composer, No Date

File 60 – “Chinatown, My Chinatown” by Jean Schwartz & William Jerome and arranged by Jerry Sears, 1949

File 61 – “Climb Every Mountain” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 62 – “They Long To Be Close To You” by Burt Bacharach & Hal David and arranged by Jim Mahaffey, 1963

File 63 – “Come Back To Me” by Alan Jay Lerner & Burton Lane and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1965

File 64 – “Consider Yourself” by Lionel Bart and arranged by Larry Clinton, 1960

File 65 – “Cute!” by Hefti Neal & Sidney Styne, 1958

File 66 – “Dancing In The Dark” by Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz, 1931

File 67 – “Dark Eyes” by A. Salami and arranged by Tommy Dorsey and Carmen Mastren, 1937

File 68 – “Darn That Dream” by Eddie DeLange & Jimmy Van Heusen and arranged by Charlie Hathaway, 1939

File 69 – “Dear World” and “Garbage” by Jerry Herman and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1968

File 70 – “Deep Purple” by Mitchell Parish & Peter De Rose and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1934

File 71 – “Desafinado” by Newton Mendonca & Antonio Carlos Jobim and arranged by Bob Lowden, 1959

File 72 – “Did You Ever See A Dream Walking” by Mack Gordon & Harry Revel and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1933

File 73 – “Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me” by Bob Russell & Duke Ellington and arranged by Jack Mason, 1943

File 74 – “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” by Bob Russell & Duke Ellington and arranged by Toots Camarata, 1942

File 75 – “Down Yonder” by Wolfe Gilbert and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1921

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Box 5

File 76 – “Dream” by Johnny Mercer & arranged by Van Alexander, 1944

File 77 – “Easter Parade” by Irving Berlin & arranged by Paul Weirick, 1933

File 78 – “Easy To Love” by Cole Porter & arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1936

File 79 – “Ebb Tide” by Carl Sigman & Robert Maxwell and Arranged by Jack Mason, 1953

File 80 – “Elvira” by Dallas Frazier, 1965

File 81 – “Everybody Loves A Lover” by Richard Adler & Robert Allen and arranged by Ray Ellis, 1958

File 82 – “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” by Stephen Sondheim & Jule Styne and arranged by  Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 83 – “Ev’rything I’ve Got” by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1942

File 84 – “Exactly Like You” by Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1930

File 85 – “Exodus” by Ernest Gold and Arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1960

File 86 – “Fascinating Rhythm” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1924

File 87 – “Fascination” by F. Marchetti, 1904

File 88 – “Find And Dandy” by Kay Swift and arranged by Don Hoyle, 1930

File 89 – “Firefly” by Carolyn Leigh & Cy Coleman and arranged by Jack Matthias, 1958

File 90 – “Five O’Clock Whistle” by Josef Myrow, Kim Gannon Gene Irwin and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1940

File 91 – “A Foggy Day” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1937

File 92 – “For You” by Al Dubin & Joe Burke and arranged by Jerry Sears, 1930

File 93 – “Four Brothers” by Woody Herman & Stan Getz, 1948

File 94 – “Frenesi” by Ray Charles, S.K. Russell & Alberto Dominguez and arranged by Jack Mason, 1939

File 95 – “From This Moment On” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 96 – “Georgia On My Mind” by Stuart Gorrell & Hoagy Carmichael and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1930

End of Box 5

 

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Box 6

File 97 – “Get Happy” by Harold Arlen & Ted Koehler and arranged by Archie Bleyer, 1929

File 98 – “Get It On” by Bill Chase & Terry Richards and arranged by Leonard Moss, 1971

File 99 – “Getting Sentimental Over You” by George Bassman and Ned Washington, circa 1932

File 100 – “Gigi”by Frederick Loewe & Alan Jay Lerner and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1957

File 101 – “Girl From Ipanema” by Norman Gimbel & Antonio C. Jobim, 1963

File 102 – “Girl Of My Dreams” by Sunny Clapp and arranged by Lou Leaman, 1927

File 103 – “Gonna Build A Mountain” by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley and arranged by Bill Oliver, 1961

File 104 – “Good, Good, Good (That’s You – That’s You)” by Doris Fisher and Allan Roberts and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1944

File 105 – “Good Night Sweetheart” by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell & Reg Connelly and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1931

File 106 – “Green Eyes” by Adolfo Utrera & Nilo Menendez, 1929

File 107 – “Harlem Nocturne” by Eagle Hagen, 1940

File 108 – “Here’s That Rainy Day” by Johnny Burke & James VanHeusen, 1953

File 109 – “Hey Look Me Over” by Carolyn Leigh & Cy Coleman and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1960

File 110 – “High On A Windy Hill” by Joan Whitney & Alex Kramer and arranged by Walter Paul, 1940

File 111 – “Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo” by Helen Deutsch & Bronislau Kaper and arranged by Jack Mason, 1952

File 112 – “Honeysuckle Rose” by Andy Razaf & Thomas Waller and arranged by Jack Mason, 1929

File 113 – “Hooked on Blues” No Composer, No Date

File 114 – “Hooked on Shuffle” No Composer, No Date

File 115 – “Hooray For Hollywood” by Richard Whiting & Johnny Mercer, 1938

File 116 – “Hot Toddy” by Herb Hendler & Ralph Flanagan and arranged by Ralph Flanagan, 1953

End of Box 6

 

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Box 7

File 117 – “How Many Hearts Have You Broken” by Al Kaufman and Marty Symes and arranged by Jack Mason, 1943

File 118 – “Huckle Buck” by Andy Gibson & Roy Alfred, 1949

File 119 – “The Hustle” by Van McCoy and arranged by Neil Slater, 1975

File 120 – “I Can’t Get Started” by Ira Gershwin & Vernon Duke and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1935

File 121 – “I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You” by Don Gibson, 1958

File 122 – “I Could Have Danced All Night” by Frederick Loewe & Alan Jay Lerner and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 123 – “I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine” by Mack David and arranged by Howard Gibeling, 1949

File 124 – “I Don’t Know Why” by Fred Ahlert & Roy Turk, 1931

File 125 – “I Enjoy Being A Girl” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1958

File 126 – “I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues” by Ted Koehler & Harold Arlen and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1932

File 127 – “I Know Why” by Harry Warren & Mack Gordon, 1941

File 128 – “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” by Douglas Cross & George Cory and arranged by Burnell Whibley, 1954

File 129 – “I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart” by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Henry Nemo, John Redmond, 1938

File 130 – “I Love You Much Too Much” by Don Raye, Alex Olshey & C. Towber and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1940

File 131 – “I Miss You So” by Jimmy Henderson, Bertha Scott & Sid Robin and arranged by Fred Weismantel, 1940

File 132 – “I Remember Clifford” No Composer, No Date

File 133 – “I Remember The Cornfields” by Martyn Mayne & Harry Ralton and arranged by Jimmy Lally, 1948

File 134 – “I Should Care” by Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl & Paul Weston, 1944

File 135 – “I Want To Be Happy” by Irving Caesar & Vincent Youmans and arranged by Eddie Sauter, 1924

File 136 – “I Wont’ Dance” by Oscar Hammerstein II, Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach & Jimmy McHugh & arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1935

End of Box 7

 

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Box 8

File 137 – “I Won’t Last  A Day Without You” by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols, 1971

File 138 – “I Wanna Be Loved” by Billy Rose, Edward Heyman & Johnny Green and arranged by Perry Burgett, 1932

File 139 – “I Write The Songs” by Bruce Johnston, 1974

File 140 – “I’ll Be Seeing You” by Irving Kahal & Sammy Fain and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1938

File 141 – “I’ll See You In My Dreams” Isham Jones & Gus Kahn, 1924

File 142 – “I’ll String Along With You” by Harry Warren & Al Dubin and arranged by Jack Mason, 1949

File 143 – “I’m Beginning To See The Light” by Harry James, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges & Don George and arranged by Jimmy Dale, 1944

File 144 – “I’m Glad There Is You” by Jimmy Dorsey & Paul Medeira, 1942

File 145– “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” by Ned Washington & George Bassman and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1932

File 146– “I’m In The Mood For Love” by Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1935

File 147 – “I’m Old Fashioned” by Jerome Kern & Johnny Mercer and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

File 148 – “I’m Sitting On Top Of The World” by Lewis & Young & Ray Henderson and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1925

File 149 – “I’m Thru With Love” by Gus Kahn, Matt Malneck & Fud Livingston and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1931

File 150 – “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1936

File 151 – “I’ve Heard That Song Before” by Jule Styne & Sammy Cahn and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1943

File 152 – “If Ever I Would Leave You” by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1960

File 153 – “If I Love You” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1945

File 154 – “If I Ruled The World” by Cyril Ornadel & Leslie Bricusse and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1963

File 155 – “If My Friends Could See Me Now” by Dorothy Fields & Cy Coleman and arranged by Dick Fenno, 1965

File 156 – “The Impossible Dream” by Mitch Leigh & Joe Darion and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1966

End of Box 8

 

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Box 9

File 157 – “In A Sentimental Mood” Duke Ellington, Manny Kurtz, & Irving Mills, 1935

File 158 – “In The Mood” by Joe Garland and arranged by Glenn Miller, 1939

File 159 – “Indian Summer” by Al Dubin & Victor Herbert and arranged by Jack Mason, 1939

File 160 – “Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t” by Billy Austin & Louis Jordan and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1944

File 161 – “It Can’t Be Wrong” by Max Steiner & Kim Gannon and arranged by Jack Mason,1942

File 162 – “It Had To Be You” by Gus Kahn & Isham Jones, 1924

File 163 – “It’s A Grand Night For Singing” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1945

File 164 – “It’s All In The Game” by Carl Sigman & General Charles Dawes and arranged by  Jack Mason, 1912

File 165 – “It’s All Right With Me” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1953

File 166 – “It’s D’Lovely” by Cole Porter and arranged by Jack Mason, 1936

File 167 – “It’s Only A Paper Moon” by Billy Rose, E.Y. Harburg & Harold Arlen and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1933

File 168 – “Jersey Bounce Medley” by Tiny Bradshaw, Buddy Feyne, Edward Johnson, & Bobby Plater, 1941

File 169 – “Jingle Bells” by Harold Dickinson & Bill Conway and arranged by Glenn Miller & William Finegan, 1941

File 170 – “Joy To The World” by Hoyt Axton and arranged by Tom Johns, 1970

File 171 – “Jumpin At The Woodside” by Count Basie and arranged by Charlie Hathaway, 1938

File 172 – “June is Busting Out All Over” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1945

File 173 – “Just In Time” by Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Jule Styne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 174 – “Just The Way You Are” by Billy Joel, 1977

File 175 – “Just You” No Composer, No Date

File 176 – “Kansas City” by Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller, 1952

End of Box 9

 

Series I

Box 10

File 177 – “Keep It Gay” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1953

File 178 – “Keep Me In Mind” by Jack Wolf & Burt Bacharach and arranged by Larry Wagner, 1955

File 179 – “The Lamp Is Low” by Peter DeRose, Bert Shefter & Mitchell Parish, 1939

File 180 – “Laura” by Johnny Mercer & David Raskin and arranged by Marke Winsten, 1945

File 181 – “Lazybones” by Johnny Mercer & Hoagy Carmichael and arranged by Jack Mason, 1933

File 182 – “Lazy River” by Hoagy Carmichael & Sidney Arodin and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1931

File 183 – “Lean Baby” by Roy Alfred & Billy May and arranged by Toby Tate, 1952

File 184 – “Leap Frog” by Joe Garland & Leo Corday and arranged by Joe Garland, 1941

File 185 – “Learnin’ The Blues” by Dolores and Vicki Silvers and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1955

File 186 – “Let’s Dance” by Gregory Stone & Josef Bonime and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1935

File 187 – “Let’s Get Away From It All” by Tom Adair & Matt Dennis and arranged by Charles Hathaway, 1941

File 188 – “Let It Be Me” by Phil Reagan, No Date

File 189 – “Li’l Darlin’” by Hefti Neal, 1958

File 190 – “Little Brown Jug” Recorded by Glenn Miller, 1939

File 191 – “Little Girl Blue” by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1935

File 192 – “Little White Lies” by Walter Donaldson and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1930

File 193 – “Liza” by George & Ira Gershwin & Gus Kahn, 1929

File 194 – “Looks Like We Made It” by Will Jennings & Richard Kerr and arranged by Jerry Nowak, 1977

File 195 – “Love” by Ralph Blane & Hugh Martin and arranged by Jack Mason, 1945

File 196 – “L-O-V-E” Recorded by Dolores Gray, circa 1950

End of Box 10

 

Series I

Box 11

File 197 – “Love For Sale” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Sears, 1930

File 198 – “Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing” by Paul Francis Webster & Sammy Fain and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1955

File 199 – “Love Letters” by Victor Young & Ed Hyman, 1946

File 200 – “Lover” by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers and arranged by Sonny Burke, 1933

File 201 – “Love Theme From The Godfather” by Nino Rota and arranged by Jerry Coker, 1972

File 202 – “Love Walked In” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1938

File 203 – “Love Ya, Love Ya Arkansas” by Betty Fowler and arranged by Doug Stiles,

File 204 – “Lucky In Love” by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson and arranged by Jack Mason, 1927

File 205 – “Lullaby Of Birdland” by Stan Getz, Erroll Garner & Bill Davis, circa 1950

File 206 – “Mack The Knife” by Kurt Weill & Bert Brecht and arranged by Jack Mason, 1928

File 207 – “Magic Is The Moonlight” by Charles Pasqua & Maria Grever and arranged by Jack Mason, 1930

File 208 – “Make Someone Happy” by Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Jule Styne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1960

File 209 – “Mambo Jambo” by Raymond Karl, Charlie Towne & Perez Prado and arranged by Jack Mason, 1950

File 210 – “Mambo No. 8” by Perez Prado and arranged by Roberto Rey, 1950

File 211 – “Mame” by Jerry Herman and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1966

File 212 – “The Man I Love” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Sears, 1924

File 213 – “Maybe” by Allan Flynn & Frank Madden and arranged by Jack Mason, 1935

File 214 – “Me And My Shadow” by Billy Rose, Al Jolson & Dave Dreyer and arranged by Van Alexander, 1927

End of Box 11

 

Series I

Box 12

File 215 – “Medley #1” No Composer, No Date

File 216 – “Medley #2” No Composer, No Date

File 217 – “Medley #3” No Composer, No Date

File 218 – “Medley:  Moonlight Becomes You” by Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke, 1942

File 219 – “Melancholy Serenade” by Jackie Gleason and arranged by Jack Mason, 1953

File 220 – “Melody Of Love” by Tom Glazer & H. Engelmann and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1903

File 221 – “Mills Handy Tunes For All Occasions” a select group of 15 songs that include Patriotic themes, Wedding Songs, and Party Songs, and arranged by Lou Leaman,1935

File 222 – “Miss America” by Bernie Wayne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1955

File 223 – “Miss Fine” No Composer, No Date

File 224 – “Mississippi” by Curley Williams & Billy Simmons and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 225 – “Mississippi Mud” by James Cavanaugh & Harry Barris and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1927

File 226 – “Missouri Waltz” by J.R. Shannon & John Valentine Eppel and arranged by Vic Schoen & Frederick Knight Logan, 1914

File 227 – “Mister Touch Down, U.S.A.” No Composer, No Date

File 228 – “Misty” by Johnny Burke & Erroll Garner and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1954

File 229 – “Moments To Remember” by Al Stillman & Robert Allen and arranged by Jack Mason, 1955

File 230 – “Mona Lisa” by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1949

File 231 – “Mood Indigo” by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills & Albany Bigard and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1931

File 232 – “Moonglow” by Hudson & DeLange and arranged by George Duning 934, and Theme From “Picnic” by George Duning and arranged by George Duning, 1955

File 233 – “Moonlight Cocktail” by Kim Gannon & Lucky Roberts and arranged by Larry Wagner, 1941

File 234 – “Moonlight In Vermont” by John Blackburn & Karl Suessdorf and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1944

End of Box 12

 

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Box 13

File 235 – “Moonlight Serenade” by Glenn Miller & Mitchell Parish and arranged by Will Hudson, 1939

File 236 – “Moten Swing” by Count Basie, 1940

File 237 – “Move” by Denzil Best, No Date

File 238 – “Mr. Anthony’s Boogie” possibly by Ray Anthony, but this cannot be confirmed.  Date unknown

File 239 – “The Music Goes Round And Round” by Red Hodgson, Edward Farley & Michael Riley and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1935

File 240 – “Music Makers” by Don Raye & Harry James and arranged by Jack Matthias, 1941

File 241 – “Music To Watch Girls By” by Sid Ramin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1966

File 242 – “Muskrat Ramble” by Kid Ory & Ray Gilbert, 1926

File 243 – “Murder, He Says” by Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1943

File 244 – “My Blue Heaven” by Walter Donaldson & George Whiting, 1927

File 245 – “My Devotion” by Roc Hilllman & Johnny Napton, and arranged by Paul Weirick,1942

File 246 – “My Funny Valentine” by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1937

File 247 – “My Foolish Heart” by Ned Washington & Victor Young and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1949

File 248 – “My Heart Belongs To Daddy” by Cole Porter and arranged by Jack Mason, 1938

File 249 – “My Love, My Life” by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans and arranged by Jack Mason,1952

File 250 – “My One And Only Love” by Robert Mellin & Guy Wood, 1952

File 251 – “My Reverie” by Claude Debussy and Arranged by Larry Clinton, 1938

File 252 – “My Romance” by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1935

File 253 – “Near You” by Kermit Goell & Francis Craig and arranged by Johnny Warrington,1947

File 254 – “New Orleans” by Count Basie, 1922

End of Box 13

 

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Box 14

File 255 – “New York, New York” by Fred Ebb & John Kander, 1977

File 256 – “Nice Work If You Can Get It” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1937

File 257 – “Night And Day” by Cole Porter and arranged by Jerry Gray, 1939

File 258 – “Night Train” by Oscar Hammerstein, Lewis C. Simpkins & Jimmy Forrest and arranged by Dick Rhodes, 1952

File 259 – “Nola” by Sunny Skylar & Nola Arndt and arranged by Fred Barovick, 1959

File 260 – “Non Dimenticar” by Shelley Dobbins, Michele Galdieri & P.G. Redi and arranged by Larry Clinton, 1952

File 261 – “Oh! Look At Me Now” by John DeVries & Joe Bushkin and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1941

File 262 – “The Old Piano Roll Blues” by Cy Coben and arranged by Billy Maxsted, 1949

File 263 – “One Meat Ball” by Hy Zaret & Lou Singer and arranged by Fud Livingston, 1944

File 264 – “One O’Clock Jump” by Count Basie and arranged by Buck Clayton, 1938

File 265 – “On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)” by Alan Jay Lerner & Burton Lane and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1965

File 266 – “On A Slow Boat To China” by Frank Loesser and arranged by Jack Matthias, 1948

File 267 – “On The Atchison, Topeka, And The Santa-Fe” by Johnny Mercer & Harry Warren and arranged by Jack Mason, 1945

File 268 – “On The Street Where You Live” by Frederick Loewe & Alan Jay Lerner and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 269 – “Once In A Lifetime” by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley and arranged by Larry Wagner, 1961

File 270 – “Only You” by Russ Carlyle & Ace Brigode, 1924

File 271 – “Only A Rose” by Rudolf Friml & Brian Hooker, 1925

File 272 – “Opus One” by the Mills Brothers, No Date

File 273 – “Over The Rainbow” by Harold Arlen & E.Y. Barburg and arranged by Jack Mason, 1939

File 274 – “The Party’s Over” by Betty Comden, Adolph Green & Jule Styne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

End of Box 14

 

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Box 15

File 275 – “The Peanut Vendor” by Marion Sunshine, L. Wolfe Gilbert & Moises Simons and edited by Xavier Cugat and arranged by Fabian Andre, 1928

File 276 – “Pennsylvania 6-5000” by Carl Sigman & Jerry Gray and arranged by Jerry Gray,1940

File 277 – “People” by Jule Styne & Bob Merrill and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1963

File 278 – “People Will Say Etc.” No Composer, No Date

File 279 – “Perdido” by Juan Tizol, Harry Lenk & Ervin Drake and arranged by Luther Henderson, Jr., 1942

File 280 – “Polkadots & Moonbeams” by Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke, 1940

File 281 – “The Preacher” by Horace Silver, No Date

File 282 – “Proud Mary” by J.C. Fogerty and arranged by Tom Johns, 1968

File 283 – “Red Roses For A Blue Lady” by Sid Tepper & Roy Brodsky and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1948

File 284 – “Remember” by Irving Berlin and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1925

File 285 – “Rhumboogie” by Don Raye & Hughie Prince and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1940

File 286 – “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” by Johnny Marks and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1940

File 287 – “St. Louis Blues” by W.C. Handy & arranged by Don Redman, 1914

File 288 – “Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town” by Haven Gillespie & J. Fred Coots and arranged by Jack Mason, 1934

File 289 – “San Francisco” by Gus Kahn, Bronislaw Kaper, & Walter Jurmann and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1936  “Broadway Rhythm” by Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1935

File 290 – “Satin Doll” by Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer & Billy Strayhorn, 1953

File 291 – “Say It Isn’t So” by Irving Berlin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1932

File 292 – “Say When” by Jimmie Mercer and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 293 – “Second Hand Rose” by James F. Hanley & Grant Clark and arranged by Ted Ingram, 1921

End of Box 15

 

Series I

Box 16

File 294 – “Secret Love” by Paul Francis Webster & Sammy Fain and arranged by Jack Mason,1953

File 295 – “Sentimental Journey” by Bud Green, Les Brown & Ben Homer and arranged by Jack Mason, 1944

File 296 – “Sentimental Over You” No Composer, No Date

File 297 – “Sentimental Trip” No Composer, No Date

File 298 – “Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today” by Count Basie, Ed Durham & James Rushing and arranged by Charlie Hathaway, 1939

File 299 – “September Song” by Kurt Weil & Maxwell Anderson and arranged by Jack Mason, 1938

File 300 – “Serenade In Blue” by Mack Gordon & Harry Warren, 1942

File 301 – “The Shadow Of Your Smile” by Paul Francis Webster & Johnny Mandel and arranged by Earl Sheldon, 1965

File 302 – “She Didn’t Say Yes” by Otto Harach & Jerome Kern and arranged by Walter Paul,1931

File 303 – “Shangri La” by Matty Malneck, Robert Maxwell & Carl Sigman, 1946

File 304 – “Shiny Stockins” by Frank Foster, No Date

File 305 – “Side By Side” by Harry Wood and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1927

File 306 – “Singin’ In The Rain” by Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1929

File 307 – “Sing You Sinners” by Sam Coslow & W. Franke Harling and arranged by Fletcher Henderson, 1930

File 308 – “Six Lessons From Madame LaZonga” by Charles Newman & James V. Monaco and arranged by Charlie Hathaway, 1940

File 309 – “Small World” by Stephen Sondheim & Jule Styne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 310 – “Smile, Darn Ya, Smile” by Max Rich, Charles O’Flynn & Jack Meskill and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1931

File 311 – “Smoke Rings” by Gene Gifford & Ned Washington, 1932

File 312 – “So In Love” by Cole Porter and arranged by Jack Mason, 1948

File 313 – “So Rare” by Jerry Herst & Jack Sharpely, 1937

End of Box 16

 

Series I

Box 17

File 314 – “So You’re The One” by Hy Zaret, Joan Whitney & Alex Kramer and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1940

File 315 – “Solitude” by Eddie De Lange, Irving Mills & Duke Ellington and arranged by Van Alexander, 1934

File 316 – “Some Enchanted Evening” by Richard Rodger & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Jack Mason, 1949

File 317 – “Some O’ These Days” not the same song as “Some Of These Days” by Shelton Brooks, No Composer, No Date

File 318 – “The Song Is You” by Oscar Hammerstein & Jerome Kern and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1932

File 319 – “Song Of India” by Bunny Berigan & Tommy Dorsey, 1937

File 320 – “Sophisticated Lady” by Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish & Duke Ellington and arranged by Will Hudson, 1933

File 321 – “The Sound Of Music” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 322 – “South Rampart Street Parade” by Ray Bauduc & Bob Haggart and arranged by Bob Haggart, 1938

File 323 – “Speak Low” by Ogden Nash & Kurt Weill and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1943

File 324 – “Spooky” by B. Buie, J. Cobb, H. Middlebrooks, M. Shapiro, and arranged by Jim Mahaffey, 1965

File 325 – “Standing On The Corner” by Frank Loesser and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 326 – “Star Dust” by Mitchell Parish & Hoagy Carmichael and arranged by Art Dedrick, 1929

File 327 – “Star Eyes” by Don Raye and Gene DePaul and arranged by Jack Mason, 1943

File 328 – “The Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key and Harmonized by Walter Damrosch and arranged for band by John Philip Sousa, 1918

File 329 – “Stars Fell On Alabama” by Mitchell Parish & Frank Perkins and arranged by Will Hudson, 1934

File 330 – “Step To The Rear” by Elmer Bernstein & Carolyn Leigh and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1967

File 331 – “Stompin’ At The Savoy” by Benny Goodman, Chick Webb & Edgar Sampson and arranged by Ralph Burns, 1936

File 332 – “Stop! It’s Wonderful” by Bickely Reichner & Clay Boland and arranged by Fabian Andre

File 333 – “Stranger In Paradise” by Robert Wright & George Forrest and arranged by Eddie Ballantine, 1953

End of Box 17

 

Series I

Box 18

File 334 – “Strictly Instrumental” by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjemen, & Edgar Battle and arranged by Johnny Fortis, 1942

File 335 – “A String Of Pearls” by Jerry Gray and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1942

File 336 – “Stuff Like That There” by Ray Evans & Jay Livingston and arranged by Van Alexander, 1945

File 337 – “Sunday” by Ned Miller, Chester Conn, Jules Styne & Bennie Krueger and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1926

File 338 – “A Sunday Kind Of Love” by Barbara Belle, Anita Leonard, Louis Prima & Stan Rhodes, 1946

File 339 – “Swanee River” arranged by Sy Oliver, No Composer Listed, Copyright 1943

File 340 – “Taboo” by S.K. Russell & Margarita Lecuona and arranged by Artie Lee, 1934

File 341 – “Take The ‘A’ Train” by Billy Strayhorn and arranged by Billy Strayhorn, 1941

File 342 – “Taking A Chance On Love” by John LaTouche, Ted Fetter & Vernon Duke and arranged by Jack Mason, 1940

File 343 – “Tangerine” by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

File 344 – “Tea For Two” by Otto Harbach, Irving Caesar & Vincent Youmans and arranged by Johnny Sterling, 1947

File 345 – “Tenderly” by Jack Lawrence & Walter Gross and arranged by Jack Matthias, 1946

File 346 – “Tequila” by Chuck Rio and Arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1958

File 347 – “Thank Heaven For Little Girls” by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1957

File 348 – “That Old Black Magic” by Johnny Mercer & Harold Arlen and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

File 349 – “That Old Gang Of Mine” by Ray Henderson, Mort Dixon & Billy Rose, 1923

File 350 – “That’s Entertainment” by Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz, 1953

File 351 – “That’s My Desire” by Carroll Loveday & Helmy Kresa and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1932

File 352 – “Theme From New York, New York, by Fred Ebb & John Kander and arranged by Robert W. Lowden, 1977

File 353 – “Theme” No Composer, No Date

End of Box 18

 

Series I

Box 19

File 354 – “There Is Nothing Like A Dame” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1949

File 355 – “There’s A Small Hotel” by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1936

File 356 – “There’s No Business Like Show Business” by Irving Berlin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1946

File 357 – “These Foolish Things” by Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey and Harry Link and arranged by Jack Mason, 1935

File 358 – “They All Laughed” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1937

File 359 – “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” by Ira Gershwin & George Gershwin and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1937

File 360 – “They Didn’t Believe Me” by Herbert Reynolds & Jerome Kern and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1914

File 361 – “The Things I Love” by Harold Barlow & Lew Harris and arranged by Lew Harris, 1941

File 362 – “This Can’t Be Love” by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1938

File 363 – “This Could Be The Start Of Something” by Steve Allen and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1956

File 364 – “This Guy’s In Love With You” by Burt Bacharach & Hal David, 1968

File 365 – “This Is All I Ask” by Gordon Jenkins, date-early 1960’s

File 366 – “This Love Of Mine” by Frank Sinatra, Sol Parker & Henry Sanicola and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1941

File 367 – “Three Coins In The Fountain” by Sammy Cahn, Jules Styne and arranged by Jack Mason, 1954

File 368 – “Tico-Tico” by Zequinha Abreu, Aloysio Oliveira, Ervin Drake and arranged by Charles Hathaway & Egon Guilherme, 1943

File 369 – “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree” by Irwin Levine, L. Russell Brown and arranged by Tony Fenton, 1972

File 370 – “Tiger Rag” by Harry DeCosta & Original Dixieland Jazz Band and arranged by Norman Leyden, 1917

File 371 – “Til The End Of Time” by Buddy Kaye & & Ted Mossman, 1945

File 372 – “Till There Was You” by Meredith Willson and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1950

File 373 – “Time After Time” by Sammy Cahn & Jules Styne and arranged by Jack Mason, 1947

End of Box 19

 

Series I

Box 20

File 374 – “Time On My Hands (You In My Arms)” by Harold Adamson, Mack Gordon & Vincent Youmans, and arranged by Vincent Youmans, 1930

File 375 – “Tonight” by Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1957

File 376 – “Toot, Toot, Tootsie!” by Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, & Dan Russo and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1922

File 377 – “The Trolley Song” by Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane and arranged by Jack Mason, 1944

File 378 – “Tuxedo Junction” by Erskine Hawkins, William Johnson & Julian Dash and arranged by William Johnson, 1940

File 379 – “Undecided” by Sid Robin & Charlie Shavers, 1939

File 380 – “Unforgettable” by Irving Gordon and Arranged by Ronnie Roullier, 1951

File 381 – “Uptown Groove” No Composer, No Date

File 382 – “Up, Up And Away” by Jim Webb and Arranged by Hale Rood, 1967

File 383 – “A Very Good Year” No Composer, No Date

File 384 – “Valse Triste” by Jean Sibelius and Arranged by Marke Winsten, 1943

File 385 – “Vaya Con Dios” by Larry Russell, Inez James, & Buddy Pepper and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1953

File 386 – “Venus” by Ed Marshall and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 387 – “The Very Thought Of You” by Ray Noble and arranged by Jack Mason, 1944

File 388 – “Volare” by Mitchell Parish, D. Modugno, F. Migliacci & Domenico Modugno and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1958

File 389 – “Walking Happy” by Sammy Cahn & James Van Heusen and arranged by Jerry Neil Smith, 1962

File 390 – “Walkin’ My Baby Back Home” by Roy Turk & Fred Ahlert and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1930

File 391 – “The Waltz You Saved For Me” by Wayne King, Emil Flint & Gus Kahn and arranged by Jack Mason, 1930

File 392 – “The Way We Were” by Alan & Marilyn Bergman & Marvin Hamlisch, 1973

File 393 – “Well All Right” by Frances Faye, Don Raye & Dan Howell and arranged by Vic Schoen, 1939

End of Box 20

 

Series I

Box 21

File 394 – “We’ve Only Just Begun” by Paul Williams & Roger Nichols and arranged by Willis Schaefer, 1970

File 395 – “What A Country” by Lee Adams & Charles Strouse and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1962

File 396 – “What is This Thing Called Love” by Cole Porter and arranged by Jerry Gray, 1939

File 397 – “What’s New?” by Bob Haggart & Johnny Burke and arranged by Norval Gallant, 1939

File 398 – “When I’m Not Near The Girl I Love” by E.Y. Harburg & Burton Lane and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1946

File 399 – “When Your Lover Has Gone” by E.A. Swan, 1931

File 400 – “Where or When” by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers, 1937

File 401 – “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin and arranged by Jack Mason, 1942

File 402 – “Why Do I Love You” by Oscar Hammerstein & Jerome Kern, 1927

File 403 – “Willow Weep For Me” by Ann Ronell, 1932

File 404 – “A Wonderful Day Like Today” by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley and arranged by Willis Schaefer, 1964

File 405 – “A Wonderful Guy” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1949

File 406 – “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Joe Bishop & Woody Herman and arranged by Joe Bishop, 1939

File 407 – “Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams” by Ted Koehler, Bill Moll & Harry Barris and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1931

File 408 – “You Always Hurt The One You Love” by Allan Roberts & Doris Fisher and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1944

File 409 – “You Are My Lucky Star” by Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown and arranged by Frank Skinner, 1935

File 410 – “You Are Woman, I am Man” by Jule Styne & Bob Merrill and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1963

File 411 – “You Belong To Me” by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1952

File 412 – “You Belong To My Heart” by Ray Gilbert & Agustin Lara and arranged by Paul Weirick, 1941

File 413 – “You Couldn’t Be Cuter” by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern and arranged by W.C. Lindemann, 1938

End of Box 21

 

Series I

Box 22

File 414 – “You Gotta Be A Football Hero” by Al Sherman, Buddy Fields & Al Lewis and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1933

File 415 – “You Make Me Feel So Young” by Mack Gordon & Josef Myrow and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1946

File 416 – “You Stepped Out Of A Dream” by Gus Kahn & Nacio Herb Brown and arranged by Jack Mason, 1940

File 417 – “You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1942

File 418 – “You’ll Never Get Away From Me” by Stephen Sondheim & Jule Styne and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1959

File 419 – “You’ll Never Know” by Mack Gordon & Harry Warren and arranged by Jack Mason, 1943

File 420 – “Young At Heart” by Carolyn Leigh & Johnny Richard and arranged by Johnny Richards, 1954

File 421 – “Younger Than Springtime” by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1949

File 422 – “You’re My Friend, Ain’tcha?” by Bob Merrill and arranged by Johnny Warrington,1957

File 423 – “You’re Sensational” by Cole Porter and arranged by Johnny Warrington, 1955

File 424 – “Yours” by Albert Gamse, Agustin Rodriguez, Gonzalo Roig, & Jack Sherr, 1937

File 425 – “Zing A Little Zong” by Leo Robin & Harry Warren and arranged by Howard Gibeling, 1952

End of Box 22

End of Series I

 

Series II

Box 1-A

File 1 – Betty Fowler Autobiographical Information

File 2 – Essay “Jazz Pianist Betty Fowler

File 3 – UCA Archives Reception, 2007

File 4 – Betty and Bill Fowler home, Little Rock, AR

File 5 – Photos of Betty Fowler home and business cards

File 6 – Bill Fowler, Betty Fowler’s husband

File 7 – Elizabeth Sands Hunter, Betty Fowler’s mother

File 8 – Drawings and Cartoons of Betty Fowler

File 9 – Scrapbook #1

File 10 – Betty Fowler’s Little Rascal Clubhouse Memorabilia and Photos and

Member cards starting on May 1955

File 11 – Betty Fowler’s first Little Rascals Notebook, 1955

File 12 – Doll in Betty Fowler’s image and costume, “Little Rascal” (in glass case in reading room)

File 13 – Copies of 1986 Distinguished Alumnus Award Scrapbook

File 14 – “A Starlight Evening”: A Tribute to Betty Fowler 1995

File 15 – Awards and Certificates of Appreciation presented to Betty Fowler 1960s-1990s

File 16 – Betty Fowler’s first piano teacher, Mrs. Frank Cox

File 17 – Betty Fowler’s car “Petunia”

END OF BOX 1-A

 

Series II

Box 1-B

 

File 1 - Betty Fowler Sitting in Capsule and in Pilots Chair on Base

File 2 - Commercials Photo and Scripts

File 3 - Little Rock Today Piano Requests for Betty Fowler 1966-1967 and

Undated

File 4 - “Music With The Girls” a network radio program in which Betty Fowler

won the audition and appeared with and orchestra

File 5 - Photographs of Betty Fowler at the Piano

File 6 - “Puttin’ on the Glitz” 2-CDs Vol. #1 and Vol. #2

File 7 - Full Body Photographs of Betty Fowler

File 8 - Photographs of Betty at the Airport

File 9 - Betty Fowler at the Various Fair locations

File 10 – Photos from KARK channel 4

File 11 – Kiwanis Minstrel

File 12 – Betty Fowler with her band

File 13 – Dan Daily and Betty Fowler

File 14 – Photos of Queen Mallard Contest emceed by Betty Fowler

File 15 – Photos of Betty Fowler playing piano with friends and family

File 16 - Photographs of Betty Fowler on Stage, T.V., and Radio

File 17 – Photos of Betty Fowler with friends and family

File 18 – Betty Fowler “Light Moments”

File 19 – Photos of famous people and friends

File 20 – Newspaper articles, 1954-2001

File 21 – Newspaper articles, undated

File 22 – Press releases, bulletins, and write-ups for Betty Fowler events

END OF BOX 1-B

 

Series II

Box 2

File 1 – Anna and Eric Show

File 2 – Ted Baily 1996

File 3 – Bankers Convention, orchestration – May 5, 1985

File 4 – “Chad” Charles R. Bradford, 2005-2006

File 5A – Broadway shows and programs, the Little Rock Community Theater, and Robinson Auditorium

File 5B – Musicals, Shows, Programs with Betty Fowler, 1981 - 1995

File 6 – Bill Clinton

File 7 – Colleen and Becky programs

File 8 – Copyright information

File 9 – Danny Davis

File 10 – Dorothy Davis

File 11- Dillard’s Fashion Show, 1983-1993

File 12 – Equipment

File 13 – Stage Show, “The Fabulous 4th Follies: The Best of Vaudeville!” directed by Betty Fowler, 1983

File 14 – Fabulous 4-H Follies, 1992

File 15 – “The Fabulous Forties” show, 1997

File 16 – “Fabulous Forties” directed by Betty Fowler

File 17 – Farkleberry Follies

File 18 – Farm Bureau, Sew with Cotton Contest, 1987-1990, 1992, 1994-1997, 2001, 2005

File 19 – First National Bank grand opening, July 1, 1975

File 20 – Stage play, “Fourteen Stations of the Way of the Cross”

END OF BOX 2

 

Series II

Box 3-A

File 1 – Play “Love Letters,” performed by Betty Fowler and Arthur Arney, 1995

File 2 – Miscellaneous

File 3 – Oaklawn Charity Ball, 1972

File 4 – Stage Play “An Evening with Cole Porter,” 1974

File 5 – Cole Porter newspapers and cassettes, 1974

File 6 – Poultry Princess Pageant, 1971, 1972, 1973

File 7 – Winthrop Rockefeller

File 8 – Scripts for Shows

File 9 – Scripts and Ideas

File 10 – Brooke Simpson Program

File 11 – Stephanie

File 12 – Photo from Betty Fowler’s program for teens interested in TV career

File 13 – Trice

File 14 – Unity Village

File 15 – “An Old Time Vaudeville Show,” Little Rock Community Theatre with

three cassettes

File 16 – “Old Time Vaudeville” program and newspaper clips

File 17 – Music for Vaudeville shows

File 18 – Vaudeville

End of Box 3-A

 

Series II

Box 3-B

File 1 – White County Arts Council presents the first annual Searcy Follies, “An Old Time Vaudeville Show”

File 2 – “What Makes America Tick” Community Theatre bicentennial presentation, November 6-9, 13-15, 1975

File 3 – Letters of congratulations and thank you notes, 1951-2002

File 4 – Letters of congratulations and thank you notes, undated

File 5 – “Nice letters,” mostly thank you notes, A to F

File 6 – “Nice letters” G-O

File 7 – “Nice letters” P-Y

File 8 – “Nice letters” first names only

File 9 – Correspondence, Msgr. J. Gaston Herbert, 1996 to 2009

End of Box 3-B

 

 

Series II

Box 4

File 1 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises – First Recital – 1985

Item 1 - VHS

File 2 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises – Recital – 1986

Item 2 – VHS part 1

Item 3 – VHS part 2

File 3 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises – Recital – 1987

Item 4 - VHS

File 4 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises – Recital – 1988

Item 5 - VHS

File 5 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises – Recital – 2001

Item 6 – VHS, “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet”

File 6 – Community Theatre of Little Rock Presents “An Old Time Vaudville Show” – Betty Fowler Director; Betty Fowler Musical Director, 1972 – ’73 with 3 cassettes

Item 7 – VHS, Betty Fowler Show – June 2, 2002

Item 8 – VHS, 2003 Recital

Item 9 – VHS, Matt Buffalo

Item 10 – VHS, Beth Ward & Betty Interview – Channel 11 1987; Beth’s First Show

Item 11 – VHS, Pleasant Hills Commercial; Betty on Beth Ward’s First Show on Channel 11

Item 12 – VHS, Betty Fowler Interview (life, career); Kaleidoscope; Movie:Crisis at Central High

Item 13 – VHS, Little Rock Today (1959) – Celebrating the 50th State (Hawaii); KARK 30th Anniversary

Item 14 – VHS, Danny Davis on Regis Show (Betty’s Film on show) ‘99

Item 15 – VHS, KTHV Talent Christmas Carols With Betty Fowler – 1988-89

Item 16 – VHS, Wednesday’s Child – Carolyn Long: Betty – Bill ‘87

Item 17 – VHS, Betty Fowler – excerpts for TV show

Item 18 – VHS, Little Rock Today – Betty Fowler and Bud Campbell ’59; Channel 4 25th Party ‘84

Item 19 – VHS, “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet” 2002 Backyard Show Master Tape

Item 20 – VHS, Students Lessons Taped – ’86 on

Item 21 – VHS, Betty’s Local Little Rascals

End of Box 4

 

Series II

Box 5

 

File 1 – Photo of Matt Buffalo, 1997; cassette of “Lov’ ya, lov’ ya, Arkansas” and “Sam You Made the Pants Too Long;” video of Matt Buffalo

File 2 – Danny Davis on the Regis Show, 1999

File 3 – Betty Fowler Music Enterprises, recital 2001 – videos; “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet” video; “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet” backyard show on tape, 2002

File 4 – Recital – Betty Fowler presents “A Musical Night to Remember” video, June 2, 2002

File 5 – Recital – “Red Hot Jazz” material and video, 2003

File 6 – Puttin’ on the Glitz” material and discs, 2004

File 7 – Piano recital materials, 2005, 2006, 2007

End of Box 5

 

Series II

Box 6

This box contains 36 CD’s

 

Items 1 – 20: Betty Fowler programs

Items 21-28: Little Rascals – T.V. Shows

Items 24-25: Little Rock Today T.V.

Items 26-28: 1986 Recitals

Items 29: 1987 Recitals

Items 30-31: 1988 Student Performances

Items 32-33: “You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet,” student performances, 2001

End of Box 6

 

Series II

Box 7

 

Item 1 – 145 RPM record “Pig on the Loose” by The Betty Fowler Four, undated

Item 2 – One set of three 33 1/3 RPM records “The Swing Era 1940-1941” by Glen Gray’s Orchestra with 2 books An Introduction to the Swing Era and The Swing Era 1940-1941: How It Was to Be Young Then

Item 3 – Nine 33 1/3 RPM records “4 to Go,” The Betty Fowler Four

Item 4 – Seven cassettes “How to Information” on copying a disc, instructions for instruments and equipment (in a Zip-Loc bag)

End of Box 7

 

Series II

Box 8

 

Item 1 – song book How to Use a Fake Book: Fakin’ Accompaniments from Melodies and Chord Symbols by Ann Collins, 1985

Item 2 – song book Legit Professional Fake Book: More than 1010 Songs by Richard Wolfe, undated

Item 3a – song book This is the Ultimate Fake Book: Contains Over 1200 Songs by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp., 1981

Item 3b – song book This is the Ultimate Fake Book: Contains Over 1200 Songs by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp., 1981

End of Box 8

 

Series II

Box 9

The next three boxes contain cassette tapes

Alphabetical listing of cassette taped music

 

  1. “Aba Daba Honeymoon” Debby Reynolds/C. Carpenter
  2. “After Hours” Andre Previn
  3. “America I Love You”
  4. “Annie Get Your Gun”
  5. “Annie Medley” Betty Fowler Four
  6. “Anything Goes”
  7. “Applause”
  8. Arkansas You Run Deep In Me” Wayland Holyfield
  9. “Around the World” Naki Atahan
  10. “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Ester Williams
  11. “Bad, Bad LeRoy Brown”
  12. “Best Little Whore House in Texas”
  13. “Best”
  14. “Bill Bailey” Betty Fowler 5-piece band
  15. Betty Fowler Trio
  16. Betty Fowler Trio
  17. Big band rehearsal (Sonny Land singing)
  18. “Blues In the Night” performance tape
  19. “Blues In the Night” Betty’s Big Band
  20. “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” Andrew Sisters
  21. “Born In a Trunk” Patty Goforth
  22. “Broadway Medley”
  23. “Broadway Rhythm” Christi Forbis
  24. “Camelot” soundtrack
  25. “Chartruse”
  26. “Crazy” Amerley Wohrner
  27. “Dames at Sea”
  28. “Dan, Dan, Dandy Bunch” instrumental
  29. “Do You Remember the Class of ‘57”
  30. “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” Joe Stafford/Paul Weston
  31. “Everything Old is New Again”
  32. “Fiddler on the Roof” Broadway Cast
  33. “Forty-Second Street” Broadway Cast
  34. “Funny Lady”
  35. “Glad to Have a Friend”
  36. “God Bless the USA” Lee Greenwood
  37. “Haileluhia I Love Him” and “Night & Day”
  38. “Hard Day’s Night”

39, 40, 41. “Homecoming, 1945” Good Music Record Co.

  1. “I Like You Just the Way You Are” Black Strap Molasses
  2. “I Love A band”
  3. “I Love Being Here With You” Betty’s Band
  4. “I Love My Wife”
  5. “In Between” Courtney Kuykendall
  6. “In the Mood” Bows
  7. “It Don’t Mean a Thing” and “Song & Dance”
  8. “It Don’t Mean a Thing” band
  9. “It’ll Be a Merry Christmas” Betty Fowler
  10. “It’s the Happiest Time of the Year”
  11. “Itsy Bitsy Polka Dot Bikini”
  12. “I’ve Got a Crush on You”
  13. “I’ve Got a Crush on You” Betty Fowler
  14. “Just One of Those Things” Betty Fowler
  15. “Lady In Red” Salina Mason
  16. “The Lady is a Tramp” Betty Fowler 6-piece band
  17. “Last Date” Floyd Cramer
  18. “Let Me Be the First to Wish You a Merry Christmas”
  19. “Louisville Lou”
  20. “Mad About Him Blues” Betty Fowler
  21. “Mama A Rainbow” Betty Fowler
  22. “The Man Upstairs”
  23. “Me and My Girl”
  24. “Moments to Remember”
  25. “My Favorite Things” Betty Fowler
  26. “Nana, Mrs. Mac, Betty & Olga at Nursing Home”
  27. “New York, New York” Betty Fowler Band
  28. “Night & Day” Betty Fowler 6-piece band
  29. “On the Other Side of the Tracks” Deep Down Inside
  30. “Other Side of the Tracks”
  31. Overture “Kiss Me Kate”
  32. Overture “Waking Happy”

74, 75, 76. Overture ‘01

77, 78. Overture ’03

  1. Overture “Try To Remember”
  2. Overture, orchestra, “Jimmy”
  3. Overture, “Phantom of the Opera”
  4. “Purple”

 

Series II

Box 10

Alphabetical listing of cassette taped music

  1. “Rain Forest”
  2. Rhapsody In Blue” Philadelphia Orchestra
  3. “Rhythm In My Nursery Rhyme”
  4. “Sam You Made My Pants Too Long”
  5. “Santa Baby” and “Old Fashioned Girl”
  6. “Sleigh Ride” Betty Fowler
  7. “Some of These Days” and “I’m Old Fashioned”
  8. “Sometimes I’m Happy” Betty Fowler
  9. Sweet Charity”
  10. “UCA song” Betty Fowler
  11. “You Go To My Head” Betty Fowler
  12. “You Ought to Be In Pictures”

 

The rest of the box is listed alphabetical by the singer’s name

  1. Anna Abrams “Easy Street”
  2. Mose Allison
  3. Louis Armstrong “Ten Feet Off the Ground”
  4. Fred Astaire Collection “Night & Day/Cheek to Cheek”
  5. Fred Astaire/Jane Powell “The Liar’s Song”
  6. Jilly Bailey “Musical Greetings”
  7. Ted Bailey  “Old Time Favorites”
  8. Count Basie
  9. Count Basie/Diane Schurry
  10. Shirley Bassey
  11. Toney Bennett “Perfectly Frank”
  12. Teresa Brewer “Gonna Telephone Jesus”
  13. Teresa Brewer “Naughty”
  14. Teresa Brewer “Rainbow Connection”
  15. Dave Brewbeck Trio “Gone With the Wind”
  16. Anthony Burger “Let Freedom Ring”
  17. Mariah Carey “Hero”
  18. Barbara Carroll Trio
  19. The Ray Conniff Singers “Christmas with Conniff”
  20. Tommy Dorsey “The Best of Tommy Dorsey”
  21. Tommy Dorsey “T.D.’s Boogie”
  22. Tommy Dorsey “Sunnyside of the Street”
  23. Jimmy Durante
  24. Percy Faith/M. Whiting “What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life?”
  25. Ella Fitzgerald “It’s Alright with Me”
  26. Ella Fitzgerald “Puttin’ on the Ritz”
  27. Holly Flippo – “Jazz Band”
  28. Holly Flippo “You Gotta Start Each Day with a Song”
  29. Betty Fowler “Patriotic Songs of the ‘40s”
  30. Betty Fowler “Sing a Song with a Riddle”
  31. Betty Fowler and String Quartet
  32. Betty Fowler and Cooper “Tons o’ Fun Tape”
  33. Betty Fowler 6-piece band “That Old Black Magic”
  34. Four Freshman
  35. Four Freshman “The Swingers”
  36. Four Freshman with trombones
  37. Eddie Foy Jr. “Pajama Game”
  38. Judy Garland “In Between” (empty case)
  39. Judy Garland “Live from Hollywood”
  40. Judy Garland “You Made Me Love You”
  41. Joanne Gilbert “Sweet Georgia Brown”
  42. Jackie Gleason “Merry Christmas”
  43. Jackie Gleason/Dean Martin “Christmas with Gleason/Martin”

End of Box 10

 

Series II

Box 11

Alphabetical by singer’s name

  1. Buddy Greco “I Love Being Here with You”
  2. Buddy Greco “This Song is You” and others
  3. Dave Grusin “Gershwin”
  4. Phil Harris “Muskrat Ramble”
  5. Phil Harris “Is It True What They Say About Dixie?”
  6. Lena Horne “Merry From Lena”
  7. Whitney Houston “Saving All My Love For You”
  8. AL Jolson “The Very Best Of”
  9. AL Jolson “Isn’t This a Lovely Day”
  10. The Judds, Wynonna & Naomi “Why Not Me”
  11. B.B. King “There’s Always One More Time”
  12. King Family Christmas - Alvin Roy Orchestra
  13. King Family Christmas/3 Sums “Sound of Christmas” and “King Sisters Christmas”
  14. Courtney Kukyendall “When You’re Smiling”
  15. Angela Lansbury “Mame”
  16. Steve Lawrence “Take It On Home”
  17. Ramsey Lewis Trio
  18. Ramsey Lewis Trio
  19. Ramsey Lewis Trio
  20. Ted Louis “Dip Your Brush in the Sunshine” and “Look Me Over Closely”
  21. Carmen McRae “Ms. Jazz”
  22. Manilow Sings Sinatra
  23. Billy May “Big Fat Brass”
  24. Billy May “All of Me” and “When My Sugar Walks Down the Street”
  25. Marilyn May
  26. Christmas Serenade in the Glenn Miller Style
  27. The Mills Bros. “Merry Christmas”
  28. Seth Mize Tembo, Arkansas Fall 1966
  29. Arthur Moore “Just Let Me Rock”
  30. Arthur Moore “Masterpiece”
  31. Arthur Moore “You’re So Sexy”
  32. Joe Morello “It’s About Time”
  33. Bob Morris – ‘40s Show
  34. Ella Morse “Mister Five by Five”
  35. Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry
  36. Cole Porter “Chicago Revisited”
  37. Oscar Peterson Trio with Ray Brown
  38. Lawryn Phillips “Smile Medley”
  39. Jerry Reed “Today is Mine”
  40. Nelson Riddle “Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries”
  41. Pat Riley Broadway Ballads (instrumental)
  42. Pat Riley sings country
  43. Pat Riley musical memories
  44. Pat Riley “New York, New York” (instrumental)
  45. Pat Riley “Patriotic Music”
  46. Pat Riley patriotic vocal and instrumental
  47. Pat Riley vocals and instrumentals
  48. Pat Riley – ‘40s songs
  49. Pat Riley vocals
  50. Linda Ronstadt – The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
  51. Rogers and Hammerstein “The King and I”
  52. Dorothy Shay
  53. Sinatra at the Sands/ Previn “Uptown”
  54. Sister Margaret “Wind Beneath My Wings” and “If I Ruled the World”
  55. Marianne Smith “Getting to Know You”
  56. The Smiths – Christmas ‘97
  57. Molly Spears “Sunnyside of the Street”
  58. Stacy Spence “Dixie Hummingbird”
  59. Kay Starr
  60. Shirley Temple “S.M.I.L.E.”
  61. Mel Torme – Christmas

 

End of Box 11

 

Series II

Sub-Series I

Box 1 

There are three small gray boxes inside Series II S.S. I and four files (copies of Miss Arkansas scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and photos)

 

 

Series III – Oversized Items

Box 1

Item 1 – Spiral Notebook of the “Old Time Vaudeville Show” Compiled and directed by Betty Fowler

Item 2 – Reel of a “Little Rascal Film”

Item 3 – Reel of Unknown Origin

Item 4- A Paper weight from the UALR Society of Philanthropy given to Betty Fowler

Item 5 – Small one inch Spiral Notebook of the “Old Time Vaudeville Show” compiled and directed by Betty Fowler

Item 6 – Small Spiral Notebook of notebook of notes taken by Betty Fowler

Item 7 – Spiral Notebook of Miss Arkansas Pageant Program

Item 8 – Cartoon Drawings of Betty Fowler

Item 9 – Plaque of Recognition for Betty Fowler for Baptist Medical Center

Item 10 – Newspaper Magical Betty Fowler “Starlight” Star Bright

Item 11 - Poster Red-Hot Jazz

Item 12 – Album The Betty Fowler Four

Item 13 – Betty Fowler logo that appeared on bandstands

End of Box 1

End of Collection