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|Genre/Form:||Excerpts Vocal scores with piano|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Popular music; Musical revues & comedies; Motion picture music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E Y Harburg; Tom Roed
|Notes:||Popular songs, in part from musicals and films; for voice and piano, with chord symbols.
Lyrics by Yip Harburg; music by various composers.
Notes by Stephen Holden: p. -.
|Description:||1 score (216 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm|
|Contents:||Americana : a musical revue. Brother, can you spare a dime? --
The Wizard of Oz. Over the rainbow ; Ding-dong! the witch is dead ; Munchkinland ; Lullaby League and Lollipop Guild ; If I only had a brain ( --a heart, --the nerve) ; We're off to see the Wizard (The wonderful Wizard of Oz) --
Walk a little faster. April in Paris = Avril à Paris --
Too young to know. It's only a paper moon --
Cabin in the sky. Happiness is a thing called Joe --
A day at the circus. Lydia, the tattooed lady --
Finian's rainbow. How are things in Glocca Morra? ; Necessity ; Something sort of grandish ; When I'm not near the girl I love ; The begat ; Old devil moon ; When the idle poor become the idle rich ; Look to the rainbow --
Hurry sundown --
Hold on to your hats. The world is in my arms --
Bloomer girl. Right as the rain ; Promise me not to love me ; The eagle and me --
Jamaica. Ain't it de truth? ; Leave de atom alone ; Napoleon ; Little biscuit --
Hooray for what! Moanin' in the mornin' ; Down with love --
Then I'll be tired of you --
The Ziegfeld follies of 1933. What is there to say? --
The Ziegfeld follies of 1934. I like the likes of you --
Leave it to Lester. I'm yours --
Ship ahoy. Poor you --
The happiest girl in the world. A drift on a star : Barcarolle --
Free and equal blues --
Last night when we were young --
The same boat, brother --
The silent spring --
Time, you old gypsy man --
Darling of the day. Let's see what happens --
Life begins at 8:40. Fun to be fooled ; Let's take a walk around the block.
|Responsibility:||editor, Tom Roed.|