Titanic Songbook

 

The Definitive Book on the other Titanic Movies

  • Music on The Ringer. The Making of Fake Bands and Their Very Real Fan Bases. They may have been created solely for movies or TV shows, but these musical acts have developed a lasting legacy—and.
  • It changed my private life. My private life suddenly wasn't private at all, and that was something that was very, very hard for me to come to terms with. And it changed my - I mean, it changed my career completely because, of course, what it did, as well as teach me a huge amount - you know, people often forget that 'Titanic' was a seven-month.

Cameron’s “Titanic” is in a class by itself, many fine books have been published about it.

Simon Mills’“The Titanic in Pictures” is Everything Else Titanic

Tonight on the Titanic (Magic Tree House, No. 17) Book 17 of 35: Magic Tree House by Mary Pope Osborne and Sal Murdocca Mar 23, 1999 4.8 out of 5 stars 801.

Titanic Songbook Playlist

1912 Silent film, Saved Fom the Titanic with Dorothy Gibson, 1929 Atlantic, 1943 In Nacht und Eis, 1953 Titanic, 1958 A Night to Remember, 1979 Raise the Titanic and more – including TV movies and documentaries

Highly illustrated with vintage posters, stills, advertisements. Softcover.

Exclusive to the THS Titanic Museum Store.

Cat. List TIP1118 $28.95

These vintage advertising works of art decorated steamer trunks and travel bags on White Star liners bound for Southampton, Cherbourg, Liverpool, Queenstown/Cobh — ports across the broad Atlantic ocean.

Twenty-three professional grade life-size luggage stickers, available only though the Titanic Museum Store, include White Star Line, White Star/Dominion, and Cunard White Star facsimiles. These gorgeous illustrations brim with nostalgia for the White Star glory years of transatlantic travel.

Brilliantly colored, large, life-like, easy to peel off, mounted on convenient sized heavy-duty 8 1/2 x 11 sheets for handling. Strong peel and stick stickers don’t have to be permanent, they can be peeled off and removed if you wish to change them.

Ideal for creating realistic authenticity for Titanic Dinners, a wide variety of art projects, scrapbooking, print and poster decorations, collages, party favors, personalized stationery, giftwrap, even wall décor.

Your special event will be admired and truly unique with these White Star Luggage Stickers.

Exclusive to the THS Titanic Museum Store.

Cat. List LL620 $49.95

The first and original story of the last Olympic Class liner, Britannic.

Hostage to Fortune
by Simon Mills
Published by Wordsmith Publications, UK
ISBN 1-899493-03-04

Simon Mills’ authoritative book tells how Britannic was a masterpiece of marine technology but was never designed for the stage that sealed her fate.

Eclipsed at birth in life and at her passing by circumstances beyond her control, Britannic was very much a hostage to the events of her time. She would never escape from the shadow of her more notorious sister, Titanic, and the destiny of Great Britain’s largest ship of her era would be played out on an altogether different arena. Nevertheless her story has a powerful drama of its own and it is only now that previous forgotten personal papers and diaries shed a new light on the human story of the last Olympian.

Foreword by Dr. Robert Ballard. Includes a large fold-out rigging plan showing her original design. A longitudinal section deck plans A, B, C, D,E, F, G and tank top. 224 pages. Highly illustrated in color and black and white. Hardcover with dust jacket.

Cat List HTF1218 $49.95 (Special to THS $39.95)

A SET OF TWO EXQUISITELY DETAILED DUTCH TILES:

Titanic on her maiden voyage 11 April 1912 and Olympic on her maiden trip 14 June 1911

Designed by Maritime Artist Stephen Card

  • Incredibly beautiful and custom designed for the THS by Maritime Artist Stephen Card.
  • These tiles are authentic originals, the real thing, not cheap knockoffs made in other countries.
  • The tiles were produced in The Netherlands by The Koninklijke Mosa.
  • The Delft Blue decoration was applied and baked into the glaze by T Delftsche Huys in Holland.
  • Each tile measures 6X6 inches.
  • Each tile comes in an attractive presentation box with a full size photo of the ship on its cover.
  • A clear lucite stand and numbered Certificate included.
  • Each tile has a unique border decoration depicting tiles on Titanic and Olympic, Oceanic Steam Navigation Co. logo, White Star burgee and early logo design.

Only 50 sets available
Available only in the THS Museum Store
Certificates are numbered. Sold in a set of two only.
List No. TOT818. $119.95


Sing Along Custom InstrumentalMP3 Songs and Music From The Titanic Era

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First and Second Class PassengerSongs

The musicians on boardTitanic had to memorize and play by heart a large body of
musical numbers listedin the White Star Line Music Repertoire book.
This section of MelodyLane is dedicated to their memory:
none of them survivedthe sinking.

Melody Lane is a private memberwebsite.
If you are a subscriber, pleaseclick on the text links below to go to the song pages.

Click HEREto skip to Third Class Passenger Songs

Music by Archibald Joyce
Publication: Francis, Day, and Hunter(1908)
Song #137 in the White Star Line Repertoire
Possibly the last song played on the Titanicby the band,
and most probably 'The Last Waltz'
Custom Melody Lane MP3 - InstrumentalDedicatory

Eyewitnesses claimed the musicians playedthis hymn, but which
version was played is in question.
Which would Mr. Wallace Hartley, bandleader, have called for?
His family believed version two, and wereso convinced, they
had it engraved on his tombstone.
3 MP3 Files for 3 Different Versions

'The Navy Hymn - For Those In Peril OnThe Sea'
Sung at the afternoon worship serviceon Titanic, April 14th, 1912
Lyrics: William Whiting, 1860
Music: “Melita,” John Bacchus Dykes, 1860
Melody Lane MP3

Words by Eileen Newton. Music by ArthurF. Tate.
Publication: New York: T.B. Harms &Francis, Day & Hunter,
62-64 W. 45th St., (1911)
A brand new organ was lost when the Titanicwent down;
this song would have sounded wonderfulon it.
Melody Lane MP3

MonCoeur S'Ouvre A Ta Voix
(My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice)

From The Opera Samson and Delilah
By Camille Saint-Saens (1877)
Song #27 in the White Star Repertoire
This haunting song of a tragic, doomedlove
somehow seems a fitting number for theTitanic..
though I am sure they didn't think ofit as an omen at the time.
Melody Lane MP3

Music by Herman Finck, Words by E. RayGoetz
Publication: Hawkes and Son (1911)
Aristocratic dance number with lyrics;perfect for First Class Passengers
Melody Lane MP3

From 'Lysistrata'
Music by Paul Lincke
Original Lyric by Lilla Cayley Robinson(1907)
'Follow..' to Song #140 in the WhiteStar Line Music Book
Melody Lane MP3

Words by A.J. Lamb. Music by H.W. Petrie.
Publication:New York: F.A. Mills, 721 Seventh Ave., 1897
One of those songs you know you've heardbefore, but can't remember where;
it is a wonderfully dramatic solo forthe baritone voice. This song foreshadows
the great shipwrecks of the early 20thcentury, including the Titanic
Melody Lane MP3

Words and Music by Banks Winter (1912)
Lilting song of the sea, based on a popularnovel by the same name from the 1800's.
Melody Lane MP3

TheBand Played Nearer My God To Thee
AsThe Ship Went Down

Words by Mark Bram and Music by HaroldJones
Publication: The Joe Morris Music Co.New York, 1912
A haunting song written after the sinkingpaying homage to the ship's heroes
Melody Lane MP3

Other Operatic Fare ThatThe Musicians Would Have Played In First & Second Class

Titanic

Number 59 in the WSL Repertoire:Verdi'sIl Trovatore

Number 60 in the WSL Repertoire:Selections from Verdi's Rigoletto

Number 63 in the WSL Repertoire:Selections from Puccini's LaBoheme

Number 65 in the WSL Repertoire:Selections from Gilbert and Sullivan's Operetta
The Pirates of Penzance

IAm The Very Model Of A Modern Major General

PoorWandering One!

Number 71 in the WSL Repertoire:Offenbach'sLes ContesD'Hoffman

Iso 2768 mk tolerance chart. Number 84 in the WSL Repertoire:Pizzicato from Leo Delibes' Sylvia

ThirdClass Passenger Songs

Many third class passengersbrought their own instruments
and played the currentpopular songs to pass the time away in steerage;
this page showcases thesetypes of songs.

Words and Music by English Music Hall PerformerAlbert Chevalier,
and his brother-in-law Charles Ingle (undated,probably 1890's)
Great turn of the century British musichall number, heard in several films,
including the Shirley Temple Arthur Treacher1939 film The Little Princess
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Recording

Words by Albert Chevalier & Music byCharles Ingle (1892)
Sentimental and touching tribute to maritallongevity and fidelity
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Performancein MP3 of Albert singing his song

Words and Music by Fred Gilbert (1892)
English Music Hall performer Charles Coborn'sbiggest hit song,
still remembered fondly to this day.
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Performancein MP3 by Charles Coborn

Words and Music by Charles Coborn
Publication: London: Francis Bros. &Day (1886)
A delightful and funny song about 'discussing'politics,
written and performed by the famous BritishMusic Hall star Charles Coborn.
This song was changed a bit musicallyby Charles from an earlier tune
called My Nellie's Blue Eyes (1883), andnew lyrics written.
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Performancein MP3 by Charles Coborn

Words and Music by C.S. Murphy
Publication: Francis, Day and Hunter,Ltd. (1902)
Or otherwise titled: 'How To Make TheBest Of Homelessness'
Melody Lane MP3

Written and Composed by John H. Glover-Kind
Publication: B. Feldman and Co., London,England (1907)
A perennial British favorite; lots offun to sing.
Made Famous by Mark Sheridan of WibbelyWobbely Walk Fame
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Performancein MP3

Written by Charles Ridgewell and GeorgeStevens
Publication: Francis, Day and Hunter,Ltd., London, England (1910)
This is a very funny song about a proverbialwimp..if you know a fellow
like this, you have my sympathies :)
Made Famous by Jack Pleasants
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Performancein MP3

Words and Music by George Ware
Publication: Ascherberg, Hopwood, andCrew Ltd., London (1885)
Popular English Music Hall number
Melody Lane MP3

Words by George Leybourne; Music by AlfredLee.
Publication: New York:C.H. Ditson & Co., 711 Broadway, (1868)
A landmark song of the early English musichall days
Melody Lane MP3

Words by Alfred Bryan; Music by Fred Fischer.
Publication: New York: Shapiro Music Publisher,
Cor. Broadway & Thirty NinthStreet, (1910)
Popular again because the characters ofRose and Jack
sang it in the James Cameron filmTitanic.
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Recordingin MP3

Intermezzo - Two Step (1905)
Music by Neil Moret
Poem by James O'Dea
Publication: Jerome H. Remick &Co., Detroit - NY
At the turn of the 19th to 20th century,a plethora
of Indian themes hit the sheet music industry.I wasn't really sure
what the appeal was to them..until Iheard songs as cute as this one.
My two youngest children love to danceto this song, so this is for them.
Melody Lane MP3

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Written by Philip Wingate and H.W. Petrie(1894)
Melody Lane MP3 and Vintage Recordingin MP3

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By Harry Casling and Charles Collins
Publication: B. Feldman & Co., Ltd. (1912)
Great torch number from the English musichall days
This song has the most bittersweet lyricsI've ever read
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