Gustave Kerker  (1857-1923)
Last updated: 23.06.21
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 66 works by Gustave Kerker (1857-1923). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Pearl of Pekin 1888  wvicon.gif
This Little Pig Went to Market 1890 J. Cheever Goodwin (words)
When the Sweetheart You Love Is True 1893 C.A. Byrne (words)
Louis Harrison (words)
Camille D'Arville (sung by)
Come Down Ma Honey Do( From "The Lady Slavey) 1894 Hugh Morton (words)
Do Come Down, Ma Honey 1894 J. H. Wagner (words)  wvicon.gif
Nancy Hogan's Ball! 1894
Baby, Baby 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Lady Slavey
Harmless Little Girlie With the Downcast Eyes, The 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
Jusqu' La 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
From "In Gay New York"
Little Dickie Doubleday 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
Molly 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
From "In Gay New York"
Trip Around the Town 1896 Hugh Morton (words)
From "In Gay New York"
Darling Little Yum-Yum 1897
La Belle Parisienne 1897 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Belle Of New York"
Teach Me How to Kiss, Dear 1897 Hugh Morton (words)
They All Follow Me 1897 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Belle Of New York"
They Call Me the Belle of New York 1897 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Belle Of New York"
When We Are Married 1897 Hugh Morton (words)
And the Bell Goes Ting-A-Ling-Ling 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
Anti Cigarette Society 1898 Hugh Morton (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Belle of New York, The 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
I Want to Be a Dancer 1898
Little Birdies Learning How to Fly 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Telephone Girl"
Little Yaller Boy 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
Mr Johnsing's Chowder 1898
My Estelle 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Telephone Girl"
My Little Baby 1898 Edna May (sung by)
Oh, My Estelle 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
Old Days, The 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
(From "The Telephone Girl"
On the Beach at Narragansett 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
Property Man, The 1898
Selection From the Telephone Girl 1898
She Is the Belle of New York 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
From "The Belle Of New York"
She's All Right 1898 Hugh Morton (words)
Walter Jones (sung by)
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Vocal Gems From the Belle of New York 1898
Money Burner 1902 Harry B. Smith (sung by)
Billionaire, The 1903 Harry B. Smith (sung by)
Crocodile and the Moon, The 1903 Paula A. Edwardes (sung by)
Cynthia Jane 1903 Blanche Ring (sung by)
De Banjo Serenade 1903 Blanche Ring (sung by)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Everything Is Big in Chicago 1903 Paula A. Edwardes (sung by)
Here Comes Pansy 1903 Harry B. Smith (sung by)
I Love the American Rag-Time 1903 Blanche Ring (sung by)
I Love You Only 1903 Paula A. Edwardes (sung by)
In the Land of Romance 1903 Harry B. Smith (sung by)
Miller, The 1903 Paula A. Edwardes (sung by)
My Winsome Winnie 1903 Paula A., Edwardes (sung by)
They're Looking For Me 1903 Paula A Edwardes (sung by)
Twas Love All the Day 1903 Blanche Ring (sung by)
Two Little Doves 1903 Paula A., Edwardes (sung by)
Yankee Girl, The 1903 Harry Bache Smith (words)
Blanche Ring (sung by)
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Dear Old Broadway 1906
It's Nice to Have a Sweetheart 1906 R.H. Burnside (words)
Keep on Doing Something 1906
Love Is a Wonderful Thing 1906
Oh, Mr. Sun! 1906
Ruth 1906
Selections From the Tourists 1906
When Cupid Plays a Little Game of Hearts 1906
Which One Shall We Marry 1906
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
At Last We're All Alone, Dear 1907 Paul West (words)  wvicon.gif
Everything Is Higher Now-A-Days 1907
I Met My Love in a Restaurant 1907 Walter Percival (sung by)
Very Well Then 1907 Ralph C. Herz (sung by)
Buzz On, Little Busy Bees! 1910 James T. Powers (sung by)
Selection From Two Little Brides (Schneeglöckchen) 1912 James T. Powers (sung by)