The Cole Porter song collection
    (2010)

    Nonfiction

    Score

    Call Numbers:
    SCORE/MUSICALS/PORTER,C Volume 1: 1912-1936
    SCORE/MUSICALS/PORTER,C Volume 2: 1937-1958

Availability

Locations Call Number Status
Scores SCORE/MUSICALS/PORTER,C Volume 1: 1912-1936 Available
Scores SCORE/MUSICALS/PORTER,C Volume 2: 1937-1958 Available

Details

PUBLISHED
Van Nuys, CA : Alfred, [2010]
DESCRIPTION
1 vocal score (2 volumes) : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
ISBN/ISSN
9780739062302 33309, 0739062301 33310, 9780739062319, 073906231X, 9780739062302, 038081371924, 038081371931
LANGUAGE
English
NOTES

Popular songs from musicals, revues, and films

For voice and piano, with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams

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 ; New Yorkers. Great indoors ; Nymph errant. How could we be wrong? ; Gay divorce. How's your romance? ; Anything goes. I get a kick out of you. 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. Laziest gal in town ; Paris. Let's do it (let's fall in love) ; Let's misbehave :

cut from Paris ;

Pot of gold. Longing for dear old Broadway ; Wake up and dream. Looking at you ; 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. Physician ; Red, hot, and blue! [and] High society. Ridin' high ; New Yorkers. Take me back to Manhattan ; Fifty million Frenchmen. Tale of the oyster ; 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? ; 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 ; 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! ; 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

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