First published in the US at the time of the film's original release, the Souvenir Album contains nine songs credited to Frank Churchill and Larry Morey--eight from the movie soundtrack (not "Dig-A-Dig-Dig"), and one additional, "Snow White". Licensed by Irving Berlin Inc. Softcover.
This 50-page softcover measures 8.75" x 11.25" and includes the sheet music (3-4 pages each), illustrated red boarders, and 14 B+W plates. A numbering error within the table of contents was missed by an editor before publication.
"Whistle While You Work", pp.4-5 + 8-9.
"One Song", pp.18-19.
"The Dwarfs' Yodel Song", pp.28-29.
A couple ads for Mickey Mouse/Silly Symphony songbooks on the last pages.
Beginning in 1944, the songbooks were licensed by Bourne Music Publishers, Inc. The red-tinted pages were not present in later printings, and the table of contents error was corrected.
"Whistle While You Work", pp.4-5.
"Snow White", p.27.
A Children's Simplified Edition was also published, first by Irving Berlin, later by Bourne. Green-colored cover. Only 26 pages instead of 50.
Early printings still included the red-tinted backgrounds.
Simplified versions of the songs.
On the back cover, Dopey has a green shadow instead of gray.
Images courtesy of the Michael Filippello Collection.