American musical theater shows, songs, and stars.

Format: Music CD 1989
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
Oakmont Carnegie Library Audiovisual CD AM
Location  Oakmont Carnegie Library
 
Collection  Audiovisual
 
Call Number  CD AM
 
 
Penn Hills Library Audio Visual CD #302 SHO
Location  Penn Hills Library
 
Collection  Audio Visual
 
Call Number  CD #302 SHO
 
 
Contents
Gypsy love song (Eugene Cowles)
Come down, ma evenin' star (Lillian Russell)
Life's a funny proposition, after all (George M. Cohan)
You made me love you (Al Jolson)
Till the clouds roll by (Anna Wheaton, James Harrod)
Alice blue gown (Edith Day) - A pretty girl is like a melody (John Steel)
Baltimore buzz (Noble Sissle)
Fascinating rhythm (Fred and Adele Astaire)
Someone to watch over me (Gertrude Lawrence)
I want to be happy (Joseph Coyne, Binnie Hale)
Indian love call (Edith Day, Derek Oldham)
Deep in my heart, dear (Harry Welchman, Rose Hignell)
Can't help lovin' dat man (Helen Morgan)
Ol' man river (Paul Robeson)
Doin' the new low down (Bill Robinson)
Makin' whoopee (Eddie Cantor)
I got rhythm (Ethel Merman)
Of thee I sing, baby (Jack Carson, Betty Oakes)
Hoops (Fred and Adele Astaire)
Night and day (Fred Astaire)
Easter parade (Clifton Webb)
Smoke gets in your eyes (Tamara)
I get a kick out of you (Ethel Merman)
Bess, you is my woman now (Todd Duncan, Anne Brown)
Johnny One-Note (Wynn Murray)
Chain store daisy (Ruth Rubenstein)
The cradle will rock (Howard Da Silva)
September song (Walter Huston)
My heart belongs to Daddy (Mary Martin)
Friendship (Bert Lahr, Ethel Merman)
Taking a chance on love (Ethel Waters)
Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered (Vivienne Segal)
Tschaikowsky (Danny Kaye)
Jenny (Gertrude Lawrence)
Oh how I hate to get up in the morning (Irving Berlin)
Speak low (Mary Martin, Kenny Baker)
Oklahoma (Alfred Drake)
Soliloquy (John Raitt)
The eagle and me (Dooley Wilson)
Come rain or come shine (Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas)
New York, New York (Adolph Green, Cris Alexander, John Reardon)
There's no business like show business (Ethel Merman, Bruce Yarnell, Jerry Orbach, Rufus Smith)
How are things in Glocca Morra? (Ella Logan)
Almost like being in love (David Brooks, Marion Bell)
Lonely house (Brian Sullivan)
Once in love with Amy (Ray Bolger)
Where is the life that late I led? (Alfred Drake)
Diamonds are a girl's best friend (Carol Channing)
A wonderful guy (Mary Martin)
Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza)
Runyonland music ; Fugue for tinhorns ; Follow the fold (Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver, Douglas Deane, Isabel Bigley)
Shall we dance? (Gertrude Lawrence, Yul Brynner)
He had refinement (Shirley Booth)
Ohio (Rosalind Russell, Edith Adams)
Lazy afternoon (Kaye Ballard)
Welcome home (Ezio Pinza)
I've gotta crow (Mary Martin)
A sleepin' bee (Diahann Carroll)
Hey there (John Raitt)
Whatever Lola wants (Gwen Verdon)
Like a woman loves a man ; My heart is so full of you (Robert Weede, Jo Sullivan)
The rain in Spain (Rex Harrison, Julie Andrews, Robert Coote)
Glitter and be gay (Barbara Cook)
Just in time (Sydney Chaplin, Judy Holliday)
76 trombones (Robert Preston)
Tonight (Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert)
Rose's turn (Ethel Merman)
Do re mi (Mary Martin)
Little tin box (Howard Da Silva)
Try to remember (Jerry Orbach, Rita Gardner, Kenneth Nelson)
A lot of livin' to do (Dick Gautier, Susan Watson)
Adventure (Phil Silvers, Nancy Walker)
Camelot (Richard Burton)
Mira (Anna Maria Alberghetti)
I believe in you (Robert Morse)
Comedy tonight (Zero Mostel)
Ice cream (Barbara Cook)
People (Barbara Streisand)
Hello, Dolly! (Carol Channing)
Sunrise, sunset (Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova).

Additional Information
Subjects Musicals -- Excerpts.
Publisher Washington, D.C. : New York :Smithsonian Collection of Recordings ;1989
CBS Records,
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Language English
Notes Compact discs.
Historical notes, discographical and bibliographic notes by Dwight Blocker Bowers (132 p.) inserted in container.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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