Monroe H. Rosenfeld

Timeline of works

  • 1888
    With All Her Faults I Love Her Still.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Stores, 283 Sixth Ave., Below 18th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Hats, Unrequited love
  • 1888
    Where the Rippling Waters Flow. A Seaside Fantasie.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Stores, 283 Sixth Ave., Below 18th St. New York
    Subjects:Beaches, Couples, Courtship, Love
  • 1889
    The Kentucky Spinaway. Polka Comique.
    Place & Publisher P.R. McCargo & Co. Boston
    Subjects:
  • 1889
    Were I a Millionaire.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Stores, 11 Park Row, Opposite the Astor House New York
    Subjects:Wealth, Philanthropy, Ireland, Patriotism, Libery, Occupations, Courtship, Love, Marriage
  • 1889
    Our Noble Giant Nine.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Stores, 11 Park Row, Opp. Post Office New York
    Subjects:Baseball, Victory celebrations, Heroes
  • 1890
    Remember Your Father and Mother.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock and McCargo Publishing Co. New York
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Boys, Sailors, Advice, Homecomings, Ethics, Poor persons, Prisoners, Sadness
  • 1890
    They're After Me.
    Place & Publisher Frank Tousey's Popular Music, 34 & 36 North Moore Street New York
    Subjects:Chasing, Carriages & Coaches, Crowds, P.T. Barnum, Circues & shows, Animals, Monkeys, Beer, Champagne, Intoxication, Fairs--Chicago, Chewing gum
  • [1890]
    Finnegan the Umpire. Supplement to No.772 of The Boys of New York.
    Place & Publisher n.p. n.p.
    Subjects:Caricatures, Fighting, Athletic fields, Baseball, Sports
  • 1891
    A Mother's Lullaby.
    Place & Publisher Frank Tousey's Publishing House, 34 & 36 North Moore Street New York
    Subjects:Supernatural beings, Cartoons, Elves, Children sleeping, Mothers & children, Lullabyes
  • 1891
    The Jolly Comic Skit. Oh! What a Difference in the Morning! No. 150. Frank Tousey's Popular Music.
    Place & Publisher Frank Tousey's Publishing House, 34 and 36 North Moore Street New York
    Subjects:Leisure, Alcoholic beverages, Courtship, Spouses, Cleaning
  • 1893
    The Hit of the Period. Only a Little Yaller Dog.
    Place & Publisher Frank Tousey's Publishing House, 34 & 36 North Moore St. New York
    Subjects:Pets, Friendship, Love, Gold, Homicide, Rescues, Heroes
  • 1894
    She Forgets and She Forgives. A Beautiful Descriptive Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Charles W. Held Brooklyn, New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love, Deathbeds, Abused women, Spouses, Alcoholics
  • 1894
    The Sun. The Latest Dance and Instrumental Success. March and Two Step.
    Place & Publisher Chas. W. Held Brooklyn, N.Y.
    Subjects:Newspapers
  • 1895
    The Coming Woman. New Military Schottisce and Caprice.
    Place & Publisher Frank Tousey's Publishing House N.Y.
    Subjects:Portraits, Fathers & children, Grover Cleveland
  • 1895
    I Love You Yet. An Answer to Johnnie Carroll's Beautiful & Popular Song I Loved You Better Than You Knew.
    Place & Publisher Chas. W. Held Brooklyn, N.Y.
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship, Marriage proposals, Deception, Despair
  • 1896
    De Bully's Weddin' Night.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Dancing, Couples, Orchestras, African Americans, Caricatures, Celebrations, Weddings, Dialects
  • 1896
    Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out.
    Place & Publisher Chandler-Ebel Music Co., 222 Livingston Street Brooklyn, N.Y.
    Subjects:Weddings, Spouses, Deception, Homicides, Suicides
  • 1897
    The Beautiful Narrative Ballad. Take Back Your Gold, And Make Me Your Wife.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Couples, Anger, Marriage, Courtship, Gifts, Deception, Distress
  • 1897
    Since You Spurned My Gold, or, You are the Only Girl I Love. A Companion Piece to "Take Back Your Gold."
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Couples, Courtship, Love, Marriage proposals, Wealth
  • 1897
    Since You Spurned My Gold, or, You are the Only Girl I Love. A Companion Piece to "Take Back Your Gold."
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Couples, Courtship, Love, Moonlight, Bodies of water, Marriage proposals, Wealth
  • 1897
    A Hero 'Till Judgement Day.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Mothers & children, Sadness, Policemen, Robberies, Homicides, Courage
  • 1897
    Arthur Reece's Edition. Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out. [includes solfeggio symbols].
    Place & Publisher Charles Sheard & Co., Music Publishers and Printers, 192 High Holborn London
    Subjects:Handguns, Flowers, Weddings, Spouses, Deception, Homicides, Suicides
  • 1897
    If You Love Me Leave Me! A Sweetly Sentimental Ballad Drawn From An Incident in Life.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Couples, Marriage, Adultery, Ethics
  • 1897
    I'll Love You Just The Same.
    Place & Publisher The B.F. Wood Music Co. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Couples, Courtship
  • 1898
    I Loved You Once I Scorn You Now, or, I'll Never Let You Press My Lips Again.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Anger
  • 1898
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    Uncle Sam, Tell Us why Are You Waiting. Patriotic Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Warships, Spanish-American War
  • 1899
    She Still Believes in You.
    Place & Publisher Victor Kremer Co., 241 Wabash Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Couples, Fireplaces, Drapery, Friendship, Courtship, Love, Distress, Homecomings
  • 1899
    She Was Happy Till She Met You.
    Place & Publisher Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-66 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Couples, Disgrace, Spouses, Farewells
  • 1899
    Her Word is Just as Good as Yours. Song and Refrain.
    Place & Publisher Feist and Frankenthaler, 1227 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Families, Spouses, Judicial proceedings, Mothers & children, Deception, Love
  • 1899
    She Was Happy Till She Met You.
    Place & Publisher Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-66 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Couples, Disgrace, Spouses, Farewells
  • 1899
    The Home of the Girl I Love.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 56 5th Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Parlors, Drapery, Correspondence, Domestic life, Sailors, Homecomings, Marriage, Love
  • 1899
    I'm Glad I Met You, Mary.
    Place & Publisher Windsor Music Co., 263-266 Wabash Ave. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Dwellings, Couples, Aged persons, Courtship, Kissing, Deception, Mothers & children, Jewelry
  • 1900
    I Would Rather Be a Beggar Than To Be Your Bride.
    Place & Publisher Windsor Music Co., 266 Wabash Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship, Love, Absences, Gifts, Anger, Homecomings
  • 1901
    Forgive Yo' Mammy.
    Place & Publisher E.F. Droop & Sons, 925 Penna Ave. Washington, D.C.
    Subjects:Portraits, Mothers & children, African Americans, Love, Death, Dialects
  • 1904
    Clean Hands Tainted Gold.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Social classes, Ethics
  • 1905
    'Tis Not the Uniform That Makes the Soldier.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, Flags, Firearms, Daggers & swords, Law enforcement, Mothers & children, Children playing, George Washington, Valley Forge
  • 1908
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    B-I Double L Bill. The Campaign Song For The People.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 102-104 W. 38th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits--William H. Taft, Presidential elections
  • 1908
    B-I Double L Bill. The Campaign Song For The People.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 102-104 W. 38th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits--William H. Taft, Presidential elections
  • 1908
    The Golden Links are Broken. A Beautiful Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 102-104 W. 38th St. New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Couples, Unrequited love, Sadness, Farewells
  • 1915
    What Money Can't Buy.
    Place & Publisher Joe Morris, 145 W. 45th St. New York
    Subjects:Celebrities, Portraits, Costumes, Brides, Happiness, Wealth, Friendship, Love