The Cole Porter song collection.

by Porter, Cole, 1891-1964.

Format: Music Score 2010
Availability: Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1507.P86 C63 2010x vol. 1
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1507.P86 C63 2010x vol. 1
 
 
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1507.P86 C63 2010x vol. 2
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1507.P86 C63 2010x vol. 2
 
 
Summary
(P/V/G Composer Collection). This is the first of a two-volume series presenting highlights from the career of Cole Porter. Volume one documents 50 songs from his early career, from 1912 until 1936. The book includes a song-by-song analysis, rare images of original sheet music, informal shots from Porter's scrapbooks, and publicity stills from motion pictures and Broadway. Titles: Anything Goes * Begin the Beguine * Easy to Love * I Get a Kick Out of You * It's De-Lovely * I've Got You Under My Skin * Just One of Those Things * Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) * Love for Sale * Miss Otis Regrets * Night and Day * What Is This Thing Called Love * You Do Something to Me * and more.
Contents
v. 1, 1912-1936. Gay divorce. After you, who? ; Anything goes. All through the night ; Anything goes ; Jubilee [and] Broadway melody of 1940. Begin the beguine ; Anything goes. Blow, Gabriel, blow ; Buddie, beware ; Paris. Don't look at me that way ; Red, hot, and blue! Down in the depths (on the 90th floor) ; Born to dance. Easy to love ; Nymph errant. Experiment ; O mistress mine. Goodbye, little dream, goodbye ; The New Yorkers. The great indoors ; Nymph errant. How could we be wrong? ; Gay divorce. How's your romance? ; Anything goes. I get a kick out of you. The New Yorkers. I happen to like New York ; Greenwich Village follies of 1924. I'm in love again. Fifty million Frenchmen. I'm unlucky at gambling ; Nymph errant. It's bad for me ; Red, hot, and blue! It's de-lovely ; See America first. I've a shooting box in Scotland ; Star dust [and] Gay divorce. I've got you on my mind ; Born to dance. I've got you under my skin ; Jubilee. Just one of those things ; Stage fright. The laziest gal in town ; Paris. Let's do it (let's fall in love) ; Let's misbehave : cut from Paris ; The pot of gold. Longing for dear old Broadway ; Wake up and dream. Looking at you ; The New Yorkers. Love for sale. Hi diddle diddle. Miss Otis regrets ; Gay divorce. Mister and Missus Fitch ; Night and day ; Hitchy-koo of 1919. Old-fashioned garden ; Red, hot, and blue! Ours ; Nymph errant. The physician ; Red, hot, and blue! [and] High society. Ridin' high ; The New Yorkers. Take me back to Manhattan ; Fifty million Frenchmen. The tale of the oyster ; The battle of Paris. They all fall in love ; Wake up and dream. Wake up and dream ; Weren't we fools? : written for Fanny Brice ; Wake up and dream. What is this thing called love? ; The New Yorkers. Where have you been? ; Wake up and dream. Which? ; Jubilee. Why shouldn't I? ; Fifty million Frenchmen. You do something to me ; You don't know Paree ; Anything goes. You're the top ; Fifty million Frenchmen. You've got that thing
v. 2, 1937-1958. Let's face it. Ace in the hole ; Silk stockings. All of you ; Can-can. Allez-vous-en ; Kiss me, Kate. Always true to you in my fashion ; You never know. At long last love ; The pirate. Be a clown ; Kiss me, Kate. Brush up your Shakespeare ; Les girls. Ça, c'est l'amour ; Can-can. C'est magnifique ; Aladdin. Come to the supermarket in old Peking ; Du Barry was a lady. Do I love you? ; Hollywood canteen. Don't fence me in ; You'll never get rich. Dream-dancing ; Seven lively arts. Ev'ry time we say goodbye ; Let's face it. Ev'rything I love ; Du Barry was a lady. Friendship ; Out of this world. From this moment on ; Leave it to me! Get out of town ; Du Barry was a lady. Give him the oo-la-la ; Can-can. I am in love ; Broadway melody of 1940. I concentrate on you ; Can-can. I love Paris ; Mexican hayride. I love you ; High society. I love you, Samantha ; Rosalie. In the still of the night ; Can-can. It's all right with me ; Broadway melody of 1940. I've got my eyes on you ; Panama Hattie. Let's be buddies ; Let's face it. Let's not talk about love ; Panama Hattie. Make it another old-fashioned, please ; Leave it to me! Most gentlemen don't like love ; My heart belongs to Daddy ; Rosalie. Rosalie ; Kiss me, Kate. So in love ; You'll never get rich. So near and yet so far ; Silk stockings. Stereophonic sound ; Kiss me, Kate. Too darn hot ; High society. True love ; Aladdin. Trust your destiny to your star ; Out of this world. Use your imagination ; Du Barry was a lady [and] High society. Well, did you evah! ; The man who came to dinner. What am I to do? ; Du Barry was a lady. When love beckoned (in 52nd Street) ; Kiss me, Kate. Where is the life that late I led? ; Why can't you behave? ; Aladdin. Wouldn't it be fun ; Kiss me, Kate. Wunderbar ; Out of this world. You don't remind me ; Something to shout about. You'd be so nice to come home to ; High society. You're sensational.

Additional Information
Subjects Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Revues -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Motion picture music -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Popular music.
Publisher Van Nuys, CA :Alfred,2010
Other Titles Songs.
Language English
Notes Popular songs from musicals, revues, and films.
For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
Description 1 vocal score (2 volumes) : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
ISBN 9780739062302 (v. 1)
0739062301 (v. 1)
9780739062319 (v. 2)
073906231X (v. 2)
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