Vintage song sheet music, this is “Oh How I Miss You To-Night” by Benny Davis, Mark Fisher and Joe Burke. This was published by Irving Berlin, Inc., New York, in 1924. It measures 9¼ x 12¼ inches. Great cover art. It has a small tear along the left edge just below the music, otherwise it’s in really nice condition.
“Oh How I Miss You To-Night” a popular song from the Roaring Twenties. With ukulele arrangement, words and music by Benny Davis, Mark Fisher and Joe Burke. The cover is a moody study in yellow with an inset of Bert Kauff’s Society Orchestra. The sheet music is illustrated by Sydney Leff, one of the most famous and most prolific of sheet music illustrators, who depicted the moon-June-spoon romance of the Jazz Age through sheet music illustrations for hundreds of popular songs. Leff leaned heavily on images of swaying palm trees under an inviting moon and flirtatious flappers who hinted at erotic possibility. He once said “I knew where to put the moon and the stars … and made sure the ladies’ gowns were very up-to-date.” Classic vintage music ephemera and collectible, from the heyday of popular music.
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