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The Cole Porter song book : the complete words and music of forty of Cole Porter's best-loved songs

Author: Cole Porter; Albert Sirmay
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1959.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Excerpts Vocal scores with piano
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Porter, Cole, 1891-1964.
Cole Porter song book.
New York : Simon and Schuster, 1959
(OCoLC)671519591
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Musical revues & comedies; Motion picture music
All Authors / Contributors: Cole Porter; Albert Sirmay
OCLC Number: 1594370
Notes: For voice and piano, with chord symbols; songs principally from musical comedies or movies.
Includes index of song titles, shows and movies; also summary of facts about Cole Porter shows (p. 207-215).
Description: 1 score (vii, 215 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: Paris. Let's do it --
Fifty million Frenchmen. You do something to me --
Wake up and dream. What is this thing called love? --
The New Yorkers. Love for sale --
Gay divorce. Night and day --
Anything goes. I get a kick out of you ; All through the night ; You're the top ; Anything goes ; Blow, Gabriel, blow --
1934. Miss Otis regrets --
Jubilee. Why shouldn't I? ; Begin the beguine ; Just one of those things --
Red, hot and blue. It's de-lovely ; Ridin' high --
Born to dance. Easy to love ; I've got you under my skin --
Rosalie. In the still of the night ; Rosalie --
You never know. At long last love --
Leave it to me. Get out of town ; My heart belongs to Daddy --
Dubarry was a lady. Friendship --
Broadway melody of 1940. I concentrate on you --
Let's face it. Ev'rything I love --
Something to shout about. You'd be so nice to come home to --
Seven lively arts. Ev'ry time we say goodbye --
Mexican hayride. I love you --
Kiss me, Kate. Why can't you behave? ; Wunderbar ; So in love ; Were thine that special face ; Where is the life that late I led? ; Always true to you in my fashion --
Out of this world. From this moment on --
Can-can. It's all right with me ; I love Paris --
Silk stockings. All of you --
High society. True love.
Other Titles: Songs.
Responsibility: [foreword by Moss Hart ; illustrations by Robert J. Lee ; arrangements by Albert Sirmay].

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