Robert Hood Bowers  (1877-1941)
Last updated: 28.08.18
According to the Internet source given below, Robert Hood Bowers was an American composer, conductor and musical director of operettas and stage musicals, and a conductor and musical director for radio. He composed the musical scores for some of the most popular silent movies, including Aloma of the South Seas and A Daughter of the Gods.
 
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Robert Hood Bowers  (1877-1941) has at least 5 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.

Aloma
Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Words by: Francis DeWitt.
Publisher: Robbins-Engel Inc
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Printed: 1925. Sheet Music.
b00539rg6e_m.jpgChinese Lullaby
By Robert Hood Bowers.
Publisher: G. Schirmer
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Printed: 1919. Sheet Music.
If You Were Lost to Me
Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Words by: Raymond W. Peck.
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
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Printed: 1906. Sheet Music 5 pages.
b001wy09jk_m.jpgThe Moon Shines on the Moonshine
Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Words by: Francis De Witt.
Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
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Printed: 1920. Sheet Music 5 pages.
Wine, Woman and Song
Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Words by: Raymond W. Peck.
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
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Printed: 1906. Sheet Music 5 pages.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 44 works by Robert Hood Bowers (1877-1941). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.

Graveyard Song (1901)
Bohemia (1911) wvicon.gif
Words by: Harry B. Smith, Robert B. Smith
Dame Rumor (1904)
Buy, Buy, Baby (1911)
It's Great to Be Crazy (1904)
Come Along Ma Cherie (1911)
Words by: Robert B. Smith
Letters (1904)
Confetti March (1911)
Lion and the Lamb (1904)
Dolly Madison (1911) wvicon.gif
Sad Experiences (1904)
Good-Bye California (1911)
Selection From the Maid and the Mummy (1904)
Hammock Song (1911)
Whenever I Visit the Town (1904)
I Love You, My Own (1911)
No Doubt You'd Like to Cuddle Up to Baby (1904.)
I'd Like to Go on a Honey-Moon With You (1911)
Words by: Harry Bache Smith
If You Were Lost to Me (1906) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Words by: Raymond W. Peck
I'm All Thine (1911)
The Light in Girlish Eyes (1906)
Words by: Raymond W Peck
If You Can't Sing, Dance (1911)
The Little Chauffeur (1906) wvicon.gif
Just Try to Keep Them Guessing (1911)
My House Boat Beau (1906)
Words & Music: Bowers
The Land of the Free (1911)
Somewhere in the World There's a Little Girl For Me (1906)
Men, Men, Men (1911)
Wine, Woman and Song (1906) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Words by: Raymond W. Peck
The Queen of Vanity Fair (1911)
Ev'ry Fellow Wants to Love Me (1907)
Spring Maid (1911)
I'd Like to Lock You in My Heart (1907) wvicon.gif
Words by: Raymond W. Peck
The Tape and Chain (1911)
If Only I Were Santa Claus (1909)
You Can Go As Far As You Like With Me (1911)
May Be So, But I Doubt It (1909)
Chinese Lullaby (1919) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Peculiar (1909)
The Moon Shines on the Moonshine (1920) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Words by: Francis De Witt
Sleigh Bells May Be Wedding Bells (1909)
Chinese Flower (1922)
Words by: Francis De Witt
Jacqueminots (1910)
Aloma (1925) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Words by: Francis DeWitt
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