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The Great American Songbook
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    n Popular Song The Great Innovators, 19001950
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American Popular Song The Great Innovators,
Alec Wilder (1907-1980)
  1. Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin,
    Richard Rodgers, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen
  2. Vincent Youmans, Arthur Schwartz
  3. Burton Lane, Hugh Martin, Vernon Duke
  4. Hoagy Carmichael, Walter Donaldson,Harry Warren,
    Isham Jones, Jimmy McHugh, Duke Ellington, Fred
    Ahlert, Richard A. Whiting, Ray Noble, John
    Green, Rube Bloom, Jimmy Van Heusen

The Great American Songbook
Harold Arlen (with E.Y. Harburg "Over the
Rainbow", "It's Only a Paper Moon" with Ted
Koehler "Stormy Weather", "I've Got the World on
a String", "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues",
"Let's Fall in Love") with Johnny Mercer ("Blues
in the Night", "That Old Black Magic", "One for
My Baby", "Come Rain or Come Shine",
"Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive" and with Ira
Gershwin "The Man that Got Away") Irving Berlin
("Alexander's Ragtime Band", "When I Lost You",
"How Deep Is the Ocean", "God Bless America",
"White Christmas", "Always", "A Pretty Girl is
Like a Melody", "Blue Skies", "Cheek to Cheek",
"Puttin' on the Ritz", "Let's Face the Music and
Dance", "There's No Business Like Show Business",
"I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm")
The Great American Songbook
Nacio Herb Brown with lyricist Arthur Freed ("All
I Do Is Dream of You", "Broadway Melody", "Pagan
Love Song", "Paradise", "Singin' in the Rain",
"Temptation", "You Stepped Out of a Dream", "You
Were Meant for Me", "Good Morning") Hoagy
Carmichael ("Stardust", "Georgia on My Mind",
"Lazy River", "The Nearness of You", "Heart and
Soul", "Skylark") Walter Donaldson mostly with
lyrics by Gus Kahn ("My Baby Just Cares For Me",
"My Blue Heaven", "Love Me Or Leave Me",
"Carolina in the Morning", "My Mammy", "What Can
I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?", "Yes Sir, That's
My Baby", "Makin' Whoopee", "You're Driving Me
Crazy", "Little White Lies") Vernon Duke ("April
In Paris", "Autumn In New York", "I Can't Get
Started", "Taking A Chance On Love")
The Great American Songbook
Duke Ellington ("In a Sentimental Mood", "It
Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)",
"Satin Doll" (with Billy Strayhorn), "Mood
Indigo", "Sophisticated Lady", "Take the 'A'
Train", "I'm Beginning to See the Light") Sammy
Fain ("I'll Be Seeing You", "That Old Feeling",
"Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing", "April Love",
"Tender is the Night") Dorothy Fields ("I Can't
Give You Anything But Love", "Exactly Like You",
"On the Sunny Side of the Street", "A Fine
Romance", "Pick Yourself Up", "The Way You Look
Tonight", "Big Spender", "If My Friends Could See
Me Now")
The Great American Songbook
George and Ira Gershwin ("Someone to Watch Over
Me", "'S Wonderful", "Summertime", "A Foggy Day",
"But Not For Me", "Embraceable You", "I Got
Rhythm", "Fascinating Rhythm", "The Man I Love",
"They Can't Take That Away from Me", "Love Is
Here to Stay", "Strike Up the Band") Ray
Henderson ("Alabamy Bound", "Bye Bye Blackbird",
"I'm Sitting on Top of the World", "The Birth of
the Blues", "The Thrill Is Gone", "The Best
Things In Life Are Free", "Sonny Boy", "You're
the Cream in My Coffee") Herman Hupfeld ("As
Time Goes By", "Let's Put Out the Lights (and Go
to Sleep)") Bart Howard ("Fly Me To the Moon")
Isham Jones with lyrics by Gus Kahn ("It Had to
Be You", "I'll See You in My Dreams")
The Great American Songbook
Jerome Kern with lyrics by Dorothy Fields ("A
Fine Romance", "Pick Yourself Up", "The Way You
Look Tonight") with lyrics by Ira Gershwin
("Long Ago (and Far Away)") with lyrics by Oscar
Hammerstein II ("All the Things You Are", "The
Folks Who Live On the Hill", "Ol' Man River",
"The Song Is You") with lyrics by Otto Harbach (
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "Yesterdays") Frank
Loesser ("If I Were A Bell", "On A Slow Boat To
China", "Standing on the Corner", "Baby, It's
Cold Outside", "Luck Be A Lady") Jimmy McHugh
("I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby", "I'm
in the Mood for Love", "Don't Blame Me", "On the
Sunny Side of the Street", "Exactly Like You",
"It's a Most Unusual Day")
The Great American Songbook
Johnny Mercer (4-time Academy Award winning
lyricist "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa
Fe", "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening",
"Moon River" with Henry Mancini, "Fools Rush In",
and "Days of Wine and Roses" wrote music and
lyrics for "Dream", "Something's Gotta Give", and
"I Wanna Be Around" wrote lyrics for "Midnight
Sun", "Day In, Day Out", "Laura", and "I Remember
You") Cole Porter ("Night and Day", "I've Got
You Under My Skin", "Begin the Beguine", "Let's
Do It, Let's Fall in Love", "What Is This Thing
Called Love?", "Too Darn Hot", "Love for Sale",
"You're the Top", "Just One of Those Things",
"All of You", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "Ev'ry
Time We Say Goodbye", "In the Still of the
Night", "It's De-Lovely", "My Heart Belongs to
Daddy", "I Concentrate on You", "You'd Be So Nice
to Come Home To", "So in Love", "Anything Goes",
"You Do Something to Me")
The Great American Songbook
Rodgers and Hart ("Slaughter On 10th Avenue
(ballet)", "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered",
"With A Song in My Heart", "Falling In Love With
Love", "My Romance", "Have You Met Miss Jones?",
"My Funny Valentine", "Blue Moon", "Blue Room",
"I Could Write a Book", "It's Easy To Remember",
"It Never Entered My Mind", "Manhattan", "The
Lady Is a Tramp", "Little Girl Blue", "Mimi", "My
Heart Stood Still", "Spring Is Here", "A Ship
Without a Sail", "Thou Swell", "Lover", "The Most
Beautiful Girl in the World", "I Didn't Know What
Time It Was", "Isn't It Romantic?", "Where or
When", "Glad to Be Unhappy", "You Took Advantage
of Me", "This Can't Be Love", "Mountain
The Great American Songbook
Rodgers and Hammerstein (Youll Never Walk
Alone, Hello, Young Lovers, Younger Than
Springtime, Oh What a Beautiful Mornin,
People Will Say Were in Love, It Might as
Well Be Spring, If I Loved You, Happy Talk,
Some Enchanted Evening, The Surrey with the
Fringe on Top, I Have Dreamed, The Surrey
with the Fringe on Top, My Favorite Things,
Something Wonderful, Climb Every Mountain,
Edelweiss, I Enjoy Being A Girl, "The Sound
Of Music", "A Wonderful Guy") Harry Ruby and
Bert Kalmar ("Who's Sorry Now?", "Thinking of
You", "I Wanna Be Loved by You", "Three Little
Words", "Nevertheless", "A Kiss to Build a Dream
The Great American Songbook
Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz (Dancing in the
Dark, "You and the Night and the Music", "I
Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan", "Alone
Together", "Haunted Heart", "That's
Entertainment!") Jule Styne ("Time After Time",
"Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry", "I Fall In
Love Too Easily", "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best
Friend, "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!",
"People", "Don't Rain on My Parade", "Just In
Time", "Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night of
the Week)", "The Party's Over") Jimmy Van Heusen
mostly with lyricists Johnny Burke and Sammy Cahn
("All the Way", "Swinging on a Star", "Darn That
Dream", "Polka Dots and Moonbeams", "But
Beautiful", "Come Fly with Me", "Imagination",
"Like Someone in Love", "Call Me Irresponsible",
"I Thought About You", "Here's That Rainy Day",
"It Could Happen To You", "Love Is The Tender
Trap", "Ain't That a Kick in the Head")
The Great American Songbook
Harry Warren ("At Last", "There Will Never Be
Another You", "An Affair To Remember", "I Had The
Craziest Dream", "The More I See You",
"Forty-Second Street", "Boulevard Of Broken
Dreams", "Lullaby of Broadway", "You're Getting
to Be a Habit with Me", "I Only Have Eyes For
You", "", "Jeepers Creepers", "You Must Have Been
A Beautiful Baby", "September in the Rain", "",
"You're My Everything", "Chattanooga Choo Choo",
"On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe", "This
Heart of Mine", "You'll Never Know", "My Dream Is
Yours", "I Wish I Knew", "Serenade In Blue",
"Nagasaki", "(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo",
"That's Amore", "Innamorata")

The Great American Songbook
Richard Whiting ("Till We Meet Again", "The
Japanese Sandman", "Miss Brown to You", "Louise
(the Maurice Chevalier hit)", "She's Funny That
Way", "Ain't We Got Fun", "Guilty (1931 song)",
"Breezin' Along with the Breeze", "When Did You
Leave Heaven?", "Ukulele Lady", Sleepy Time
Gal", "Honey (Rudy Vallée song)", "I Can't Escape
from You", "My Future Just Passed" "Hooray for
Hollywood", "Beyond the Blue Horizon", "My Ideal"
"On the Good Ship Lollipop", "Too Marvelous for
Words") Jack Yellen with Milton Ager ("Ain't She
Sweet", "Happy Days Are Here Again", "Big Bad
Bill (Is Sweet William Now)", "Glad Rag Doll",
"Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp of Savannah)",
"Louisville Lou (That Vampin' Lady)", with Lew
Pollack "My Yiddishe Momme")

The Great American Songbook
Vincent Youmans ("Tea For Two", "Time on My
Hands", "More Than You Know", "(The) Carioca",
"Sometimes I'm Happy", "Without A Song", "I Want
to Be Happy") Victor Young ("I Don't Stand a
Ghost of a Chance with You", "Stella by
Starlight", "Love Letters", "My Foolish Heart",
"When I Fall in Love", "Around the World")
Burton Lane 1912-1997 (How About You, Moments
Like This, Old Devil Moon, On A Clear Day) Hugh
Martin 1914-2011 (The Boy Next Door, Have
Yourself A Merry Little Christmas) Jimmy McHugh
1894-1969 (I Can? Give You Anything But Love, On
The Sunny Side Of The Street, Exactly Like You,
I? In The Mood For Love) Duke Ellington 1899-1974
(Caravan, It Don? Mean A Thing, Mood Indigo,
Sophisticated Lady, Solitude, In A Sentimental
Mood, Take The ?Train)
Fred Ahlert 1892-1953 (The Moon Was Yellow,
Walking My Baby Back Home, I? Gonna Sit Right
Down And Write Myself A Letter, Mean To Me, I
Don? Know Why) Ray Noble 1903-1978 (The Very
Thought Of You, Cherokee, I Hadn? Anyone Till
You, The Touch Of Your Lips) John Green 1908-
1989 (Body And Soul, Out Of Nowhere) Rube Bloom
1908-1976(Day In-Day Out, Don? Worry ?out Me,
Fools Rush In, Give Me A Simple Life, May Be
You?l Be There)
  1. Jerome Kern (1885-1945)
  2. Irving Berlin (1888-1989)
  3. Cole Porter (1891-1964)
  4. George Gershwin (1898-1937)
  5. Victor Young (1899-1956)
  6. Hoagy Carmichael (1899-1981)?
  7. Richard Rodgers (1902-1979)
  8. Harold Arlen (1905-1986)
  9. Johnny Mercer (1909-1976)

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TIN PAN ALLEY, 1886 - 1956
Jerome H. Remick Company
Demonstration Room
Jerome Kern (1885-1945)
  • Ol' Man River lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Smoke Gets in Your Eyes lyrics by Otto Harbach
  • Yesterdays lyrics by Otto Harbach 1933
  • Pick Yourself Up lyrics by Dorothy Fields 1936
  • The Way You Look Tonight lyrics Dorothy Fields
  • I'm Old Fashioned lyrics Johnny Mercer 1942
  • Long Ago (and Far Away) lyrics Ira Gershwin 1944
  • The Folks Who Live On the Hill
  • lyrics Oscar
    Hammerstein II 1937
  • The Last Time I Saw Paris Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Long Ago and Far Away Ira Gershwin 1944
  • All The Things You Are Oscar Hammerstein II

Ol' Man River 1927
Broadway Musical SHOW BOAT
Oscar Hammerstein II Jerome Kern
(1895-1960) (1885-1945)
Paul Robeson
Pick Yourself Up 1936
Words by Dorothy Fields Music by Jerome Kern
Starting today, we must pick ourselves up, dust
ourselves off, and begin again the work of
remaking America
Jerome Kern (1885-1945)
Gus Kahn(1886-1941)
I'll See You In My DreamsIt Had To Be You
Sammy Cahn(1912-1993)
Donald Kahn (1918 - 2008)
A Beautiful Friendship
It's Been a Long, Long TimeCall Me Irresponsible
The sun is shining The grass is green The
orange and palm trees sway. Theres never been
such a day In Beverly Hills LA. But it's
December the 24th And I am longing to be up
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White Christmas 1941
  • 1942???Holiday Inn????
  • Bing Crosby??????????????????1???????????
  • 1954????White Christmas

Irving Berlin (1888-1989)
  • Alexanders Ragtime Band 1911
  • I Love A Piano 1915
  • All By Myself 1921
  • Easter Parade 1933
  • How Deep Is The Ocean 1933
  • Cheek To Cheek 1935
  • White Christmas 1941
  • They Say Its Wonderful 1946
  • Blue Skies 1946
  • Theres No Business Like Show Business 1954

Hoagy Carmichael ????
  • Stardust 1927
  • RockinChair 1929
  • Georgia on My Mind 1930
  • Lazy River 1931
  • The Nearness of You 1937
  • Skylark 1961
  • Heart and Soul 1964

?? STARDUST 1927
Lyrics by Mitchell Parish in 1929
Mitchell Parish (1900 - 1993)
Judith and Jon Hendricks, 1990
Richard Rodgers (1902-1979)
Rodgers Hart
Rodgers Hammerstein
Richard Rodgers (1902-1979)
  • 1925 Manhattan 1927 My Heart Stood
    Still1932 Isn't It Romantic?, You Are Too
    Beautiful1934 It's Easy To Remember, Blue
    Moon1935 My Romance 1937 The Lady is a
    Tramp, Where or When My Funny
    Valentine 1941 Bewitched
  • 1943 Oh! What A Beautiful Morning, Oklahoma
    1945 You'll Never Walk Alone1949 Some
    Enchanted Evening 1959 Edelweiss, My Favorite
    Things, The Sound Of Music
  • 1965 Take The Moment (Stephen Sondheim)

The Kennedy Center Horner
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???????Where or When
1989?11?Sammy Davis Jr. ?????
Johnny Mercer (1909976)
Moon River 1961 ??????? 1962
Moon River
Johnny Mercer? Hit Songs
  1. One For My Baby 1943 Harold Arlen
  2. Dream 1944
  3. Autumn Leaves  1947 Joseph Kosma
  4. Satin Doll 1953 Duke Ellington
  5. Something's Gotta Give 1954
  6. I Wanna Be Around 1959 Sadie Vimmerstedt
  7. Moon River 1961 Henry Mancini
  8. The Days of Wine and Roses 1962 Henry Mancini
  9. When October Goes 1984 Barry Manilow

DREAM by The Pied Pipers 1951
I Wanna Be Around
  • 1959????????????Sadie Vimmerstedt?????????????????
  • I want to be around to pick up the pieces when
    somebody's breaking your heart

I WANNA BE AROUND I wanna be around to pick the
pieces Somebody breaks your heart Some,
somebodys twice as smart as I Somebody who will
swear to be true You used to do with me Leave you
to learn that misery loves company I mean I
wanna be around To see how he does it When he
breaks your heart to bits Lets see if the puzzle
really fits so fine Thats when Ill discover
that revenge is sweet As I sit theyre applauding
from a front row seat Somebody breaks your heart
like you broke mine
Tony Bennett with Ralf Sharon
When October Goes
Composed and sung by Barry Manilow
The End
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