William A. Schroeder  (1888-1960)
Last updated: 18.12.23
All that can presently (February 2016) be gleaned about by internet searching is that William Schroeder is the one-off composer of Rig-a-Jig Rag (1917) published by M. Witmark and Sons, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, USA.
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  Title (Release Year) Co-Author(s) Performers Issue
  Wax Cylinders      
cylinder15.gif It's Written in the Book of Destiny (1915) Helen Clark
Joseph A. Phillips
Edison Blue Amberol: 2585
cylinder15.gif That Creepy, Weepy Feeling (1917) Gladys Rice Edison Blue Amberol: 3301
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Dream On, My Princess (1914) W.A. Schroeder (music)
Rida Johnson Young (words)
Piano, Voice Greer wvicon.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 16 works by William A. Schroeder (1888-1960). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Girl That Dreams of Me, The 1913 John Hyams (perf.)
Leila- McIntyre (perf.)
Pompon 1913  wvicon.gif
Tango Glide, The 1913  Pub.
Dream On, My Princess 1914 Rida Johnson Young (words)  Pub.
Pick, Pick, Pickaninny 1914
It's Written in the Book of Destiny 1915 Helen Clark (perf.)
Joseph A. Phillips (perf.)
I Need Someone's Love 1917
I Want 'em All 1917
In Cabaret Land 1917
My Love, I'm Keeping a Secret 1917
Oh, You Janes! 1917
Please Don't Be a Sister to Me 1917
Rig-a-Jig Rag 1917  Pub.
Teach Me to Love in Mexico 1917
That Creepy, Weepy Feeling 1917 George Wilton Ballard (perf.)
Marion Evelyn Cox (perf.)
Harvey Hindermeyer (perf.)
Gladys Rice (perf.)
Do You Hear Me Calling? 1920 Rida Johnson Young (words)
Genevieve Tobin (perf.)