100 Years of Popular Music: 30s

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Warner Bros. Publications presents this new series showcasing the most popular songs from every decade in the 20th Century plus the beginning of the 21st Century. Many of the tunes are American gems that will forever stand the test of time, truly becoming a mainstay with every piano player young and old alike.

Sixty-nine titles, including: April in Paris * As Time Goes By * Embraceable You * Forty-Second Street * The Gold Digger's Song (We're in the Money) * I've Got the World on a String * It's Only a Paper Moon * Night and Day * Over the Rainbow * Pennies from Heaven * September Song * Summertime * Where or When and many more!


Contents

Title Composer
A Fine Romance Jerome Kern (contributor); Dorothy Fields (contributor)
A Foggy Day (In London Town) George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
Ain't Misbehavin' (from "Ain't Misbehavin'") Fats Waller (composer); Andy Razaf (lyricist); Harry Brooks (composer)
April in Paris Vernon Duke (contributor); E. Y. Harburg (contributor)
As Time Goes By (from "Casablanca") Herman Hupfeld (composer)
Autumn in New York Vernon Duke (contributor)
Begin the Beguine (from "Jubilee") Cole Porter (composer)
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand) Saul Chaplin (composer); Sammy Cahn (lyricist); Sholom Secunda (composer); Jacob Jacobs (lyricist)
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight) Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Bernard D. Hanighen (composer)
Deep Purple Peter DeRose (composer); Mitchell Parish (lyricist)
Embraceable You (from "Girl Crazy") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
Forty Second Street (from "42nd Street") Harry Warren (composer); Al Dubin (lyricist)
Get Happy Harold Arlen (composer); Ted Koehler (lyricist)
Goody-Goody Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Matt Malneck (composer)
Hooray for Hollywood Richard A. Whiting (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
I Concentrate on You (from "Broadway Melody of 1940") Cole Porter (composer)
I Didn't Know What Time It Was Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)
I Don't Know Why Roy Turk (contributor); Fred Ahlert (contributor)
I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store) Mort Dixon (contributor); Billy Rose (contributor); Harry Warren (contributor)
I Get a Kick Out of You (from "Anything Goes") Cole Porter (composer)
I Got Rhythm George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
I Won't Dance Jerome Kern (contributor); Otto Harbach (contributor); Oscar Hammerstein (contributor)
I'll Never Smile Again Ruth Lowe (contributor)
I've Got a Crush on You (from "Strike Up the Band!") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
I've Got the World on a String Harold Arlen (composer); Ted Koehler (lyricist)
In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town Joe Young (lyricist); Ira Schuster (composer); Jack Little (composer)
In the Still of the Night (from "Rosalie") Cole Porter (composer)
It Happened in Monterey Billy Rose (contributor); Mabel Wayne (contributor)
It's De-Lovely Cole Porter (contributor)
Jeepers Creepers Harry Warren (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
It's Only a Paper Moon Harold Arlen (composer); E. Y. Harburg (lyricist); Billy Rose (lyricist)
Jumpin' at the Woodside Count Basie (contributor)
Just One of Those Things (from "High Society") Cole Porter (composer)
Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (from "Shall We Dance") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
Louisiana Hayride Arthur Schwartz (contributor); Howard Dietz (contributor)
Love Is Here to Stay (from "Goldwyn Follies") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist)
Lovely to Look At Dorothy Fields (contributor); Jimmy McHugh (contributor); Jerome Kern (contributor)
Lullaby of Broadway (from "Gold Diggers of 1935") Harry Warren (composer); Al Dubin (lyricist)
Make Believe Jerome Kern (contributor); Oscar Hammerstein II (contributor)
Mexicale Rose Helen Stone (contributor); Jack Tenney (contributor)
My Heart Belongs to Daddy (from "Leave It to Me!") Cole Porter (composer)
Night and Day Cole Porter (composer)
Ol' Man River Jerome Kern (contributor); Oscar Hammerstein II (contributor)
On the Sunny Side of the Street Dorothy Fields (lyricist); Jimmy McHugh (composer)
Over the Rainbow (from "The Wizard of Oz") Harold Arlen (composer); E. Y. Harburg (lyricist)
This Can't Be Love (from "The Boys from Syracuse") Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)
A Tisket a Tasket
Pennies from Heaven
Pick Yourself Up Jerome Kern (contributor); Dorothy Fields (contributor)
Rhapsody in Blue George Gershwin (composer)
Scatterbrain Frankie Masters (lyricist); Kahn Keene (lyricist); Carl Bean (contributor); Johnny Burke (lyricist)
September Song (from "Knickerbocker Holiday") Kurt Weill (composer); Maxwell Anderson (lyricist)
Sophisticated Lady Duke Ellington (contributor); Irving Mills (contributor); Mitchell Parish (contributor)
Summertime (from "Porgy and Bess") George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist); Dubose Heyward (composer); Dorothy Heyward (composer)
The Boulevard of Broken Dreams (from "Moulin Rouge") Harry Warren (composer); Al Dubin (lyricist)
The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money) Harry Warren (composer); Al Dubin (lyricist)
The Joint Is Jumpin' Thomas "Fats" Waller (composer); Andy Razaf (contributor); J. C. Johnson (contributor)
The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down Cliff Friend (composer); Dave Franklin (composer)
The Song Is You Jerome Kern (contributor); Oscar Hammerstein II (contributor)
The Way You Look Tonight Jerome Kern (composer); Dorothy Fields (composer)
Too Marvelous for Words Richard A. Whiting (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
What a Diff'rence a Day Made Stanley Adams (contributor); Maria Grevez (contributor)
When the Moon Comes over the Mountain Howard Johnson (composer); Harry Woods (composer); Kate Smith (composer)
Where or When (from "Babes in Arms") Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)
With Plenty of Money and You Harry Warren (contributor); Al Dubin (contributor)
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Harry Warren (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
You Oughta Be in Pictures Edward Heyman (lyricist); Dana Suesse (composer)
You're the Top (from "Anything Goes") Cole Porter (composer)

Additional Information

Instrument: Piano/Vocal/Chords
Version: Piano/Vocal/Chords
Format: Book
Page Count: 256
Item Number: 00-MFM0308
ISBN 10: 0-7579-1265-6
ISBN 13: 978-0-7579-1265-8
UPC: 654979059752

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