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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Love Locked Out - Transcription for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Ray Noble

(Book #ID 103419)

Published by The Victoria Music Publishing Company Ltd., 52 Maddox Street, London 1933. 1933.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Name and address to the top front cover, free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School of Modern Syncopation for the Piano | Lessons I (1) to VI (6) Complete (Ev'ry Hour of the Day' Fox-trot Song) + Supplement to Lesson VI The Book of Breaks


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] and Geoffrey Clayton (Director of Studies) Words by Frank Eyton

(Book #ID 103430)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London circa 1930. 1930.

Six parts in publisher's original camel brown card front cover with single staple to the top left hand corner. 11'' x 8½''. Contains different number of pages over each lesson. Each of the six lessons still contain there separately enclosed exercises on full-scale sheet music paper, Lesson I has an additional supplement piece of music by Billy 'Ev'ry Hour of the Day' Fox-trot Song. 7½'' x 5'' 24 pp matching camel brown card covers 'Supplement to Lesson VI The Book of Breaks' also included. Notes to the rear of the last blank pages and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Please Handle With Care - Transcription for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Harry Stride and Pat Ballard

(Book #ID 103421)

Published by The Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd., Denmark Street, London 1932. 1932.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Radio Celebrities | First Series | An Album to Contain the Portraits of Radio Celebrities Now Being Issued with Wills's Cigarettes | Cigarette Picture Card Album | W. D. & H. O. Wills Picture Cards (1934)


W. D. & H. O. Wills, Imperial Tobacco Company of Great Britain and Ireland [ Stuart Hibbert, Marjery Wyn; Cecil Dixon, Sir Henry Wood, Dennis Noble, Charlie Kunz, Sir Adrian Boult, Olive Groves, Gracie Fields, Billy Mayerl, and many more]

(Book #ID 106457)

Published by W. D. & H. O. Wills, Imperial Tobacco Company of Great Britain and Ireland 1934. 1934.

Publisher's original stapled illustrated light grey card wrap covers. Oblong 7¼'' x 5'' 20 pages. Complete set of 50 pasted in colour picture cards with descriptive text around the cards. Light soiling to the covers and in Very Good condition, priced One Penny to the front cover. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Mignonette - A Syncopation Impression for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103409)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1931. 1931.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card covers with artwork by 'Holloway'. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 (+ covers) printed pages of musical score for the piano. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Piano Compositions of Billy Mayerl: Marigold Sheet Music [Signed] Bound with Kitten on the Keys; Dardanella [Fox-Trot]; Tickle the Ivories; Chicken Reel [Two-Step and Fox Trot]; The Turkey Trot Rag; Black and White Rag


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Zez Confrey, Felix Bernard and Johnny S. Black, Wallie Herzer, Joseph M. Daly, and Ribé Danmark, George Botsford

(Book #ID 14142)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 159 New Bond Street, London 1927. 1927.

Eight page musical score in ring bound [at a later date], ivory paper with cerise lettering and a small photographic cameo of Billy Mayerl to the front cover. 12'' x 9½''. SIGNED by the author presentation copy 'With All Best Wishes to Frank. William Daniel ex Billy Mayerl.' Sello repaired to inner margin, pencil fingering to some passages. Various other sheet music for piano bound-in after 'Marigold.' Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Sweet and Lovely - Transcription for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare

(Book #ID 103418)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1931. 1931.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School of Modern Syncopation for the Piano Exercises to Lessons I-III + Student's Report Sheet.


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 79252)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London circa 1930. 1930.

Publisher's original stapled plain cream card covers [softback]. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 19 printed pages of exercises for the piano with detailed notes. Free from any tears, light soiling to the covers and in Very Good condition. Front cover states 'The student is requested to practise all exercises most carefully, giving ungrudgingly as much time as he can spare to this. Where exercises are fingered, Continental fingering is used [thumbed marked with a I].' Separately enclosed is a Billy Mayerl Student's Report Sheet. We currently hold in stock 75 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Francis and Day's Album of Modern Syncopated Breaks, Introductions and Endings for the Piano [Vintage Piano Solo Sheet Music] (Music Publisher's Reference Number 19334)


Garratt, Teddie (Foreword by Billy Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103459)

Published by Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd., 138-140 Charing Cross Road, London | The Billy Mayerl International Schools of Music 1932. 1932.

Vintage piano sheet music in colour illustrated paper covers. 12'' x 9¾''. A complete set of original breaks, introductions and endings for all keys in common use to fit every situation the pianist will encounter in modern popular music. Contains 20 pages including the covers. In Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Part II of The Billy Mayerl School of Modern Syncopation for the Piano: Advanced Course in the Modern Rhythm Style of Pianoforte Playing Exercises To Lessons I-III [Exercises to lesson V are on your Special Gramophone Record] + Student's Report Sheet.


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 79253)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London circa 1930. 1930.

Publisher's original stapled plain cream card covers [softback]. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 21 printed pages of exercises for the piano with detailed notes. Free from any tears, light soiling to the covers and in Very Good condition. Front cover states 'The student is requested to practise all exercises most carefully, giving ungrudgingly as much time as he can spare to this. Where exercises are fingered, Continental fingering is used [thumbed marked with a I].' Separately enclosed is a Billy Mayerl Student's Report Sheet. We currently hold in stock 75 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School [Modern Postal Tuition Ltd] Modern Pianoforte Tuition Six Letters [Signed by E. Hooper and G. Clayton]


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] E. Hooper and G. Clayton

(Book #ID 79258)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 1 & 2 George Street, Hanover Square, London 1934-1936. Six Letters. 1934.

Six 10'' x 8'' two page typed letters on 'The Billy Mayerl School' letter-headed paper dated 1934, 1935, and 1936, each SIGNED by either G. Clayton or E. Hooper [Directors of The Billy Mayerl School of Tuition] to the bottom of each page. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School [Modern Postal Tuition Ltd] Modern Pianoforte Tuition Letter [Signed]


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 79257)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 1 & 2 George Street, Hanover Square, London 14th January 1935. 1935.

10'' x 8'' single page typed letter on 'The Billy Mayerl School' letter-headed paper dated 14th January 1935 and SIGNED by Billy Mayerl to the bottom of the page. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Piano Transcription Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Stranger in a Cup of Tea From 'Crazy Days'


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Frank Eyton and Desmond Carter From the Stanley Lupion and Laddie Cliff Production

(Book #ID 55007)

Published by Cinephonic Music Co. Ltd., Dean House, 2, 3, & 4, Dean Street, London 1937. London 1937.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Four Aces: Suite for Piano | No. 1. Ace of Clubs; No. 2. Ace of Diamonds; No. 3. Ace of Hearts; No. 4. Ace of Spades


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103410)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1933. 1933.

Publisher's original stapled colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 20 (+ covers) printed pages of musical score for the piano. Foxing to the cover edges, free from any tears and in Very Good condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School of Modern Syncopation for the Piano | Advanced Course in the Modern Rhythm Style of Pianoforte Playing Lessons I (1) to V (5) Complete


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] and Geoffrey Clayton (Director of Studies)

(Book #ID 103429)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London circa 1930. 1930.

Five parts in publisher's original red card front cover with single staple to the top left hand corner. 11'' x 8½''. Contains different number of pages over each lesson. Notes to the rear of the last blank pages and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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100 Syncopated Breaks for Piano by Billy Mayerl The Famous Pianist


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103428)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1927. 1927.

Publisher's original flat backed blue and grey card covers. 11'' x 8½''. Contains 24 (+ covers) 100 syncopated breaks. Couple of margins with pencil tick marks and notation, free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Canaries' Serenade - A Syncopation for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103408)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1933. 1933.

Publisher's original stapled colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 (+ covers) printed pages of musical score for the piano. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Canaries' Serenade is one of hardest individual Billy Mayerl pieces to find, we have only ever seen one other copy. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music | Weeping Willow - A Idylle for Piano


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103412)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1932. 1932.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 (+ covers) printed pages of musical score for the piano. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock over 100 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Piano Transcription Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Head Over Heels [Starring Jessie Matthews]


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Mack Gordon and Harry Revel

(Book #ID 55009)

Published by Cinephonic Music Co. Ltd., Dean House, 2, 3, & 4, Dean Street, London 1937. London 1937.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School [Modern Postal Tuition Ltd] Modern Pianoforte Tuition Three Invitation Flyer's to Obtain Billy Mayerl's Latest and Greatest Transcription 'Two Cigarettes in the Dark' and 'Smoke gets in your Eyes', One Application of Membership to The Billy Mayerl School, One Receipt from the School, and One Compliments Slip.


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 79259)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 1 & 2 George Street, Hanover Square, London 1935. 1935.

Six different flyers and slips from The Billy Mayerl School [Modern Postal Tuition Ltd] Modern Pianoforte Tuition. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Transcription of Ev'ry [Every] Hour of the Day Fox-Trot Song; The Billy Mayerl School of Modern Syncopation for the Piano Supplement to Lesson I


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Words by Frank Eyton

(Book #ID 79251)

Published by The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London 1930. London 1930.

Publisher's original stapled plain white covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 2 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Small loss of paper to the bottom right hand corner with related closed and repaired tears along the bottom edge. We currently hold in stock 75 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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34 single page extracts taken from The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine: The Official Organ of the Billy Mayerl Club [Obtainable by Subscription Only] Featuring 'This Month's Technical Exercise'


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Madge Howard

(Book #ID 79260)

Published at Club Headquarters, The Billy Mayerl School, 1-2 St. George Street, Hanover Square, London 1936-1939. 1936.

34 single page extracts 11'' x 8'' taken from The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine, the majority of which feature that month's technical exercise dating between 1936 to 1939, most of these are by Madge Howard including Double Thirds, Study for Crossing and Changing Hands, Hand Extension with Rotary Movement, Study for Loosening the Right Wrist, Three Against Two, For Increasing the Extension of the Hands, Grace Note Embellishments, Smooth Phrasing of Triplet Passages, and many, many more. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Sheet Music: Blue Shadows


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 55001)

Published by Campbell, Connelly and Co. Ltd., 10 Denmark Street, London 1954. London 1954

Publisher's original plain paper covers. 11'' x 8½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Piano Transcription Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Deep Henderson


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Fred Rose

(Book #ID 55008)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 159 New Bond Street, London 1937. London 1937.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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'Love Lies': Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at The Gaiety Theatre, Strand, London


Stanley Lupino, and Arthur Rigby [Starring Arty Ash, Noel Cortland, Gilly Flower, Laddie Cliff, Walter E. Wallis, Dorothy Langley, Jimmy Croome, Madge Elliott, Connie Emerald in] Additional Music by Billy Mayerl

(Book #ID 48539)

Performance Programme Dated April 22nd circa 1923. 1923.

Original stapled illustrated souvenir theatre programme. 40 printed pages. A little soiling to the pink and black covers and in Very Good condition. Interesting advertisement for the Vitaphone a Warner Brothers Talking Picture. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Second Album of Billy Mayerl Pianolettes Containing: Jazz Mistress, Virginia Creeper and All-of-a-Twist Sheet Music


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 49949)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 159 New Bond Street, London 1925. London 1925.

Piano sheet music in yellow and cream stapled card covers, Billy Mayerl Sitting at the piano with title and composer lettering in black to the front cover. 20 printed pages of musical score plus the outer covers. Foxing to the card covers, without any ownership markings or tears to the pages and in Very Good condition. We currently hold in stock 10 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Laddie Cliff Presents Stanley Lubino in Sporting Love | Musical Horse Play | Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at Gaiety Theatre, Strand, London


Written by Stanley Lubino [Starring: Laddie Cliff, James Croome, Arty Ash, Gilly Flower ]. Directed by Stanley Lupino [Music by Joseph William (Billy) Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 100452)

Performance Programme circa 1935. 1935.

Original stapled colour illustrated souvenir theatre programme. 8½'' x 5½''. Contains 20 pages with photographs of the characters from the production, including Billy Mayerl. In Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Billy Mayerl School Special Tutor Course in Modern Syncopation for the Piano Exercises to Lessons I-VI [Lessons 1 To 6]


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 103427)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., The Billy Mayerl School 29-31 Oxford Street, London circa 1930. 1930.

Publisher's original flat backed plain grey card wrap covers [soft back]. 11'' x 9''. Contains 80 printed pages of exercises for the piano with very detailed notes. Packed with priceless tuition for piano syncopation. Light foxing to the covers and in Very Good condition. We currently hold in stock 75 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Piano Transcription Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Love Me Forever


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Victor Schertzinger and As Sung by Grace Moore

(Book #ID 55004)

Published by The Stirling Music Publishing Co. Ltd., 49-50 New Bond Street, London 1935. London 1935/

Publisher's original paper covers with Billy Mayerl and Grace Moore to the front cover. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 6 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Internally repaired tear to the outer cover and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Piano Transcription Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Limehouse Blues


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959] Philip Braham

(Book #ID 55010)

Published by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Ltd., 16 Mortimer Street, London 1936. London 1936.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 12'' x 9½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. External thin brown tape repair down the spine and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Evening Primrose


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 55013)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1955. London 1955.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 11'' x 8½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. One small repaired tear to the fore edge and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Fireside Fusiliers


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 55014)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1955. London 1955.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 1'' x 8½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Thin clear tape down the outside of the spine, without any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: April's Fool


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 55016)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1955. London 1955.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 11'' x 9''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Billy Mayerl Piano Sheet Music: Look Lively Being the Signature Tune of 'Hullo There'


Mayerl, Billy [Joseph William Mayerl May 31st 1902 - March 25th 1959]

(Book #ID 55017)

Published by Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 42-43 Poland Street, London 1952. London 1952.

Publisher's original colour illustrated period art work paper covers. 11'' x 8½''. Contains 8 printed pages of musical score for the piano. Born in 1902 on London's West End and by the age of 7 he was studying at the Trinity College of Music. By the time Mayerl was 20 he was resident pianist for a Southampton Hotel. It was there that British bandleader and saxophonist Bert Ralton first heard him, and instantly sought to hire him for his Havana Band at London's Savoy Hotel. From 1923 to 1926 Mayerl was a featured soloist with the band in the earliest years of the BBC. In 1926 Mayerl left the Havana band to pursue a solo career in recording and composition. While maintaining a schedule with the BBC, he also toured the UK performing in venues of all sizes, taking time off to create increasingly complex syncopation's for publication. More importantly, he started publishing not just his own works, but some transcriptions of other composer's pieces he had recorded. In the 1930s, Mayerl established a correspondence course 'The Billy Mayerl Club Magazine' for instruction in piano and composition. He spent the war primarily in London, although publishing very little during this time. Once peace had been re-established, Billy renewed his ties with radio. He also took his music to USA and Australasia. A heavy smoker, Billy finally died from a heart attack in 1959 at the tender age of 57. His post-war pieces have a mellow and classical line with a more melancholic composition, along with his unique sound of tenth's and fourth's, albeit wound around with more sophistication, one cannot help wondering what he would have written had he lived into the 1970s. This piece just has the most simple, and yet classical understanding, of all his melodies, quite wonderful. Free from any tears and in Very Good clean condition. We currently hold in stock 65 other titles by Billy Mayerl. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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