Joel P. Corin

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CitizenshipUnited States of America

Joel P. Corin was a composer in the United States.[1] Several songsheet collections include his work. Felix F. Feist wrote the lyrics to some of his songs. His song "The Old Barn Dance" was recorded by the Victor Dance Orchestra.[2]


  • "Salomy Jane"[3] (1907)[4]
  • "San-Fran-Pan-American" (1912 / 1913),[3] arranged by Stephen O. Jones, celebrating the selection of San Francisco in 1911 to host the World's Fair in 1915[5]
  • "The Old Barn Dance" (1909), published by Leo Feist[6]
  • "If You Won't Be Good to Me", lyrics by Felix F. Feist[7]
  • "My Sweet Sunflower" with Felix F. Feist
  • "Eddie, Eddie, Oh![8]
  • "When the Band Plays Yankee Doodle", word by Felix F. Feist[9]


  1. "Corin, Joel P. - Discography of American Historical Recordings".
  2. "The old barn dance". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.
  3. 3.0 3.1
  4. "Salomy Jane: Intermezzo-march-two-step". December 7, 1907 – via Open WorldCat.
  5. "San-fran-pan-american | Princeton University Library".
  6. "Old barn dance, The | Princeton University Library".
  7. Corin, Joel P.; Feist, Felix F. (December 7, 1908). "If You Wont Be Good To Me". Leo Feist – via
  8. "Joel P. Corin | Levy Music Collection".
  9. "When The Band Plays Yankee Doodle". Digital Collections at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library.

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