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The Richard Rodgers Collection

Guides to Special Collections in the Music Division
Library of Congress, Washington DC,  1995

Table of Contents

Introduction Biographical Sketch and Works List Scope and Content Note Container List Series I -- Show Music "Allegro" (1947) "The American Idea" (1973) "America's Sweetheart" (1931) "Androcles and the Lion" (1967) "Babes in Arms" (1937) "Bad Habits of 1925" "Betsy" (1926) "The Boys from Syracuse" (1938, film 1940) "By Jupiter" (1942) "Carousel" (1945, film 1956) "Chee-Chee" (1928) "The Chinese Lantern" (1922) "Cinderella" (1957) "A Connecticut Yankee" (1927) "Dancing Lady" (1933) "Dancing Pirate" (1936) "Dearest Enemy" (1925) "Do I Hear a Waltz?" (1964) "Ever Green" (1930, film Evergreen 1934) "Flower Drum Song" (1958, film 1961) "Follow Thru" (1930) "Fools for Scandal" (1938) "The Garrick Gaieties" (1925) "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926) "Ghost Town" (1939) "The Girl Friend" (1926) "The Great Adventure" (1963) "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" (1933) "Happy Birthday" (1946) "Heads Up!" (1929, film 1930) "Higher and Higher" (1940) "Hollywood Party" (1934) "I Married an Angel" (1938, film 1942) "I Picked a Daisy" (ca. 1960) "I Remember Mama" (1931) "I'd Rather Be Right" (1937) "If I Were King" (1925) "Jumbo" (1935, film 1962) "June Days" (1925) "Keep 'Em Rolling" (1942) "The King and I" (1951, film 1956) "Lady Fingers" (1929) "Lawrence of Arabia" (n.d.) "Let's Have Fun" (1935) "Lido Lady" (1926) "Love Me Tonight" (1932) "Main Street to Broadway" (1935) "Me and Juliet" (1953) "The Melody Man" (1924, film 1930) "Mississippi" (1935) "No Strings" (1962) "Oklahoma!" (1943, film 1955) "On Your Toes" (1936, film 1939) "One Dam Thing After Another" (1927) "Pal Joey" (1940, film 1957) "Peg o' My Heart" (1933) "Peggy-Ann" (1926) "Pipe Dream" (1955) "The Play's the Thing" (n.d.) "Please!" (1933) "Present Arms" (1928) "The Prisoner of Zenda" (1924) "Rex" (1976) "Saturday Night Around the World" (1965) "Say Mama" (1921) "She's My Baby" (1928) "The Show Is On" (1936) "Simple Simon" (1930) "Something Gay" (1935) "The Sound of Music" (1959, film 1965) "South Pacific" (1949, film 1958) "Spring Is Here" (1929, film 1930) "Stage Door Canteen" (1943) "State Fair" (1945 and 1962) "Temple Bells" (1924) "They Met in Argentina" (1941) "Too Many Girls" (1939, film 1940) "Two by Two" (1970) "Up Stage and Down" (1919) "The Valiant Years" (1960) "Victory at Sea" (1952) "Winkle Town" (1922) "You'll Never Know" (1921) Full Scores "Allegro" (1947) "Carousel" (1945) "Flower Drum Song" (1958) "The King and I" (1951) "Oklahoma" (1943) "Pipe Dream" (1955) "The Sound of Music" (1959) "South Pacific" (1949) Series II -- Non-Show Music "Aida" to "[Unidentified]" Series III -- Miscellaneous Sketches [M.S. 1] to [Unidentified lyric sketches] Series IV -- Photographs Photographs Series V -- Miscellaneous [Camp Paradox Materials] to [65th birthday tribute] Appendix Song Titles

Introduction

In the mid-1950's Richard Rodgers indicated that it was his wish that all his original music manuscripts should be housed permanently in the Library of Congress. This wish was realized in the following stages: on November 10th, 1954, Rodgers deposited most of his original manuscripts in the Library. Later that year, Rodgers began converting the deposits to gifts (starting with the music for "The Garrick Gaieties", and "Love Me Tonight"); he continued that process until his death in 1979. Additionally, Rodgers remembered the Library in his will; as a result, we received his original music manuscripts for "Androcles and the Lion", "Two by Two", "Rex", and "I Remember Mama". Subsequent gifts were made by the composer's widow, Dorothy Rodgers, and by the Rodgers & Hammerstein organization -- as recently as 1995. A few items were purchased for the collection by the Library, consisting of music and memorabilia from Camp Paradox (materials dating between 1918-1925). The Richard Rodgers Collection is available for examination and study in the Performing Arts Reading Room. Materials in this collection may not be copied without the written permission of the Rodgers and Hammerstein organization. In addition, materials currently under copyright protection may not be copied without the written permission of of the copyright owner, often a publisher. The user is advised that permission to copy may not imply permission for other uses, including performing, recording and publishing. Researchers using the Richard Rodgers Collection should be aware of other music division holdings that, though separate from that collection, bear a direct relationship to it: The Oscar Hammerstein Collection; the Robert Russell Bennett Collection; the Hans Spialek Collection; the American Music Theater Collection; and the various holdings within the general collections which include librettos, piano-vocal scores, and published sheet music. In addition, the Ira and Leonore Gershwin Fund Collection contains a number of notable Rodgers' manuscripts purchased from the Hans Spialek estate, including: "This Can't Be Love," "Too Good for the Average Man," "La Princesse Zenobia Ballet" and "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue Ballet." The Richard Rodgers Collection in the Billy Rose Theatre Collection at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Licoln Center, contains most of Rodgers' correspondence. Collection shelf no.: ML30.58a.R6 Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 20 Approximate number of items: 2,700

Biographical Sketch and Works List

1902, June 28 Richard Rodgers is born to Dr. William and Mamie (Levy) Rodgers in New York City 1917 Composes music for the amateur production "One Minute Please" 1919 Composes music for the amateur production "Up Stage and Down" 1919, Dec. 19 First collaborates with Lorenz Hart 1919-1921 Attends Columbia University 1920 Composes music for the amateur productions "You'd Be Surprised" and "Fly With Me", and his first professional production "Poor Little Ritz Girl" 1921 Composes music for the amateur productions "Say Mama", "You'll Never Know" and "Say It With Jazz" 1921-1923 Attends Institute of Musical Art (Juilliard) 1922 Composes music for the amateur productions "The Chinese Lantern" and "Jazz a la Carte" 1923 Composes music for the amateur productions "If I Were King" and "A Danish Yankee in" King Tut's Court" 1924 Composes music for the amateur production "Temple Bells" and "The Prisoner of Zenda", and the professional production "The Melody Man" 1925 Composes music for his last amateur production "Bad Habits of 1925", and professional productions "The Garrick Gaieties" and "Dearest Enemy" 1926 Composes music for the night club revue "The Fifth Avenue Follies" and the shows "The Girl Friend", "The Garrick Gaieties", "Lido Lady" (London) "Peggy-Ann" and "Betsy" 1927 Composes music for the shows "One Dam Thing After Another" (London) and "A Connecticut Yankee" 1928 Composes music for the shows "She's My Baby", "Present Arms" and "Chee-Chee" 1929 Composes music for the shows "Spring Is Here" and "Heads Up!" (London) 1930 Composes music for the shows "Simple Simon" and "Evergreen" (London) 1930, March 5 Marries Dorothy Feiner 1931, Jan. 11 Daughter, Mary Rodgers is born 1931 Composes music for the shows "America's Sweetheart" and "The Hot Heiress" (film) 1932 Composes music for the films "Love Me Tonight" and "The Phantom President" 1933 Composes music for the film "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" 1934 Composes music for the film "Hollywood Party" 1935 Composes music for the shows "Mississippi" (film) and "Jumbo" 1936 Composes music for the shows "On Your Toes" and "Dancing Pirate" (film) 1937 Composes music for the shows "Babes in Arms" and "I'd Rather Be Right" 1938 Composes music for the shows "Fools For Scandal" (film), "I Married An Angel" and "The Boys From Syracuse" 1939 Composes music for the shows "Too Many Girls" and "Ghost Town" (ballet) 1940 Composes music for the shows "Higher and Higher" and "Pal Joey" 1941 Composes music for the film "They Met in Argentina" 1942 Composes music for the show "By Jupiter" 1943 Composes additional music for a revival of "A Connecticut Yankee", and composes music for his first show collaboration with Oscar Hammerstein II -- "Oklahoma!" 1945 Composes music for the shows "Carousel" and "State Fair" (film) 1947 Composes music for the show "Allegro" 1949 Composes music for the show "South Pacific" 1951 Composes music for the show "The King And I" 1952 Composes background score for the television documentary "Victory at Sea" 1953 Composes music for the show "Me and Juliet" 1955 Composes music for the show "Pipe Dream" 1957 Composes music for the television musical "Cinderella" (remade in 1965 with an additional song) 1958 Composes music for the show "Flower Drum Song" 1959 Composes music for the show "The Sound of Music" 1960 Composes background score for television documentary Winston Churchill -- "The Valiant Years" 1962 Writes music and lyrics for the show "No Strings", and additional songs for the remake of the film "State Fair" 1962-1969 Is President and Producing Director, Music Theater of Lincoln Center 1965 Composes music, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, for the show "Do I Hear a Waltz?", and writes music and lyrics for additional songs added to the film version of "The Sound of Music" 1967 Writes music and lyrics for the television musical "Androcles and The Lion" 1970 Composes music, with lyrics by Martin Charnin, for the show "Two by Two" 1976 Composes music, with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, for the show "Rex" 1979 Composes music, with lyrics by Martin Charnin and Raymond Jessel, for the show "I Remember Mama" 1979, Dec. 30 Richard Rodgers dies

Scope and Content Note

The Richard Rodgers Collection at the Library of Congress consists predominantly of Rodgers' music holographs -- sketches, piano-vocal scores (many with lyric sheets included) and short scores. In addition, the collection includes the full scores for eight of the Rodgers and Hammerstein shows ("Allegro", "Carousel", "Flower Drum Song", "The King and I", "Oklahoma", "Pipe Dream", "The Sound of Music", and "South Pacific"). The majority of these scores are in the hand of the orchestrator Robert Russell Bennett, but other orchestrators are represented and identified in this guide whenever possible. The collection also includes a small number of programs, photographs, miscellaneous papers, and a few miscellaneous items. A few items have been transferred to the Motion Picture Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division -- Rodgers' "gold record" for "The Sound of Music"; two video cassettes of home movies; and one cassette tape recorded by Zoe Hyde-Thomson consisting of Rodgers' reminiscences during World War II. Series I -- Show Music -- has been divided into Rodgers' manuscripts and the full scores; each of these sections has been organized alphabetically by show title and by song title within each show. In the instances when a Broadway musical either was revised, subsequently filmed, or a film musical was re-made, the materials for subsequent productions have been interfiled with the materials for the earlier production. When there are collections of sketches for a show, they are at the end of the materials for that show. Where a collection of sketches contains material from more than one show, the sketches are listed with the show which appears most often; cross-references have been provided for other shows appearing within these sketches. Other collections of sketches, representing a variety of shows, are placed in the the Miscellaneous Sketches series; they are listed in chronological order (as nearly as can be determined), and are designated M.S. 1 (i.e., Miscellaneous Sketches 1), etc. Known song titles from these sketches are also cross-referenced in the appropriate shows. When most sketches in a collection are identifiable, the occasional "unidentified" item is listed in the order in which it appears; when most of the sketches in a collection are unknown, there is only a general reference to the fact that unidentified sketches are included. When a portion of a song title is crossed through on the music, it is also crossed through in this guide. The appendix at the end of this guide is an alphabetical list of all of Rodgers' songs represented in this collection and where they can be found. This appendix does not include the full scores. The music for "I Picked a Daisy", "Lawrence of Arabia" and the second film of "State Fair" were found together in a way that necessitated our making a best guess as to which materials were intended for which show. Our determinations should be construed as educated speculation, not fact. The full scores contain many examples of show material that was deleted or replaced with new orchestrations. In a few cases, well known selections are conspicuously absent, most notably, "Carousel Waltz" and "Soliloquy" from "Carousel". The full scores are organized alphabetically by show, and by song titles within shows. Unfamiliar titles, and items such as "bridges," and "utilities" are grouped together in Miscellaneous sections at the end of each show. A number of the full scores are marked "N/G," apparently indicating that the score was "No Good" and was not used in the final incarnation of the show. This collection is an exquisite representation of the working life of a composer in both the breadth and the depth of the material it encompasses: close to 1,000 known song titles (some in various stages of composition), over 80 shows, and hundreds of untitled sketches are represented, primarily as holographs. The assembled materials span approximately sixty-two years (1917-1979), encompassing both Rodgers' amateur and professional life. Rodgers later works are most completely represented, but almost all significant early works are represented as well. There are also a number of lyric sketches for those works on which Rodgers acted as his own lyricist. Rodgers' melodic prodigiousness is evidenced in the collection by page after page of his sketches. They reveal intricacies of his working methods, for instance, there are lyric sheets with annotations by Rodgers indicating which syllables to accent, some have rhythms notated in the margins, or a melody may be scrawled on the back. There are series of sketches which show the evolution of a song -- giving three or four alternative themes, often with different time signatures and in different styles. The "Rodgers and Hammerstein Fact Book" by Stanley Green and the "Catalog of the American Musical" by Tommy Krasker and Robert Kimball were enormously helpful in determining correct song titles, as well as identifying the shows for which the songs were written or in which they were sung. Scott Willis, a Rodgers and Hart specialist, was gracious with both his time and knowledge, identifying a number of untitled pieces from the collection. Enormous thanks are due to Albert Tucker for his yeoman like work on both the processing of the collection and the creation of this guide. Mark Eden Horowitz,1995

Container List

[Note: B/F = Box/Folder] SERIES I -- SHOW MUSIC "Allegro" (1947) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 1/1 Allegro Holograph sketch in pencil; 3 p. Includes: [3] p. of unidentified holograph sketches, one dated "July 1, '43" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [8] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. But the days on a planet {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} 1/2 Come home Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/3 A fellow needs a girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet ; [1] p. 1/4 Finale act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 13 p. Includes: "What a lovely day for the wedding!," "I have let the time run on," "It may be a good idea for Joe," "To have & to hold," "Wish them well" Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [6] p. 1/5 The gentleman is a dope Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [7] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Good idea for Joe {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} Grandma {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} I have let the time run on {see [Sketches for"Allegro": no. 3]} 1/6 I know it can happen again Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/7 It's a darn nice campus Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/8 Money isn't everything Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [3] p. 1/9 One foot, other foot Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [3] p. Opening act I {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} 1/10 Opening sequence Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. 1/11 Poor Joe! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Possibly I'm cynical {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} 1/12 Sitting on the porch in the moonlight Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/13 So far Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. To have and to hold {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} Two more [loves] {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 1]} 1/14 Two short years Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. What a lovely day for a wedding {see [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 3]} 1/15 [Wildcats] The Wildcats are on a rampage Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet [1] p. 1/16 Will you marry me? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/17 Wish them well: finale act I Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 1/18 [Yatata, yatata, yatata] Yatata! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 9 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [3] p. 1/19 You are never away Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/20 You never had it so good Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/21 [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 1] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: Yatata, yatata, [yatata] Two more loves [The gentleman is a dope]: She doesn't belong to me [Sketches for "Allegro": no. 2] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: Money isn't everything Poor Joe [Sketches for "Allegro": no 3] Holograph sketches in pencil; 9 p. + [6] p. (variously paginated) Includes: p. 1-2: "Opening act I" p. 2: "Grandma," "One foot, other foot" p. 3: "One foot, other foot" p. 4: "A fellow needs a girl," "It's a darn nice campus" p. 5: "The Wildcats are on a rampage" p. 6: "So far," "You are never away" p. 7: "Sitting on the porch [in the moonlight]," "What a lovely day for the wedding" p. 8-9: "What a lovely day for the wedding" (cont.), "I have let the time run on," "Possibly I'm cynical" p. [10]: "[Unidentified]," "But the days on a planet," "Two short years" p. [11]: "Wish them well," "To have and to hold," p. [12]: "I have let the time run on," "Two more loves," "[Allegro]: The lady in bed" p. [13]: "What a lovely day for the wedding," "Good idea for Joe" p. [14]: "Verse [A] fellow needs [a girl]: Marjorie," "Sitting on the porch [in the moonlight]," "You are never away" p. [15]: "Grandma," "[Unidentified]," "Fellow needs [a girl]" "The American Idea" (1973) television score B/F Contents 1/22 The American idea: main title theme Holograph condensed score in pencil; 2 p. Note: dated Oct. 1972 [The American idea] Holograph condensed score in pencil; 14 p. Includes: "Sequence I: New England," "Sequence II: the Tuttles," "Sequence III: Harvard University," "Sequence IV: Mr. Tuttle," "Sequence V: Valley Forge," "Sequence VI: Independance Hall," "Sequence VII: Salem/William Penn/the Amish/the Mormons," "Sequence VIII," "Sequence IX," "Sequence X," "Sequence XI" Note: first program of projected ABC-TV series, televised 3/18/73. "America's Sweetheart" (1931) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 1/23 I want a man Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Note: originally written for "Winkle Town" but used in "America's Sweetheart" {see also [M.S. 1] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} There's so much more {see [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"]} 1/24 [Sketches for "America's Sweetheart"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [5] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Ope[ning] act I" p. [2]: "My sweet!" p. [3]: "Innocent ch[orus] girls [of yesterday]," "Movies," "In Californ - I.A." p. [4]: "[I've got five dollars]: $5," "[Unidentified]" p. [5]: "[Unidentified]," "[A lady must live]: Ladies must live" "Androcles and the Lion" (1967) television musical, lyrics by Richard Rodgers B/F Contents 1/25 Don't be afraid of an animal Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. 1/26 The emperor's thumb Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Emperor's thumb (extension) Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. 1/27 Ferrovius Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Note: 3 measures at bottom of p. [2] notated "New ending." Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/28 Follow in our footsteps Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/29 No more waiting: verse. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. No more waiting Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/30 Strangers Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Strangers reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/31 Strength is my weakness Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also ["Two by Two" sketches]} Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 1/32 Velvet paws Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. 1/33 [Sketches for "Androcles and the Lion"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Velvet paws," "Stranger[s]" p. [2]: "[Unidentified]," "[The] emperor's thumb," "[Unidentified]" p. [3]: "Don't be afraid [of an animal]" p. [4]: "[Unidentified]" 1/34 [Lyrics sheets and lyric sketches for "Androcles and the Lion"] Holograph (pencil) and typed lyric sheets and lyric sketches; [22] p. Includes: Don't be afraid of an animal The emperor's thumb Emperor's thumb extension Follow in our footsteps No more waiting No more waiting verse Strangers Strangers reprise [Strength is my weakness] [Velvet paws]: gentle paws [Unidentified] 1/35 [Miscellaneous "Androcles and the Lion"] [Letter] Typed letter from Duane Garrison, secretary to Mr. Rodgers; [1] p. Note: dated September 21, 1967 [Breakdown of scenes] Typed list; [1] p. Musical number run down Typed list; 2 p. [List of musical numbers] Typed list; [1] p. [Script] Typed script, annotations in red ink & pencil; p. 42-51 [Notes] Holograph in pencil; [3] p. "Babes in Arms" (1937) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 2/1 All at once Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: carbon copy of typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Patter for All at Once Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 2 p. Laid in: carbon copy of typed lyric sheet; [1] p. All dark people {see [Sketches for "Babes in Arms"]} Babes in arms {see [Sketches for "Babes in Arms"]} 2/2 I wish I were in love again Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/3 Imagine Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/4 Imagine ballet, or, [Peter's journey] Holograph condensed score in pencil; 22 p. 2/5 Johnny one note Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 2/6 The lady is a tramp Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. 2/7 [My funny] valentine Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Peter's journey {see "Imagine Ballet"} 2/8 Where or when Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/9 You are so fair Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with pencil annotation; [1] p. 2/10 [Sketches for "Babes In Arms"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Verse [I wish I were in] love again," "[Unidentified]," "[All at once]: Never love," "Rhythm" (from Andr, Charlot revue "Please!", 1933) p. [2]: "[Where or when]," "[Johnny one note]," "[Unidentified]," "[Unidentified]," "[All dark people]" p. [3]: "[Unidentified]," "[Unidentified]," "Imagine" p. [4]: "[Imagine]: verse," "Babes in arms," "[Unidentified]," "[Unidentified]," "[Unidentified]," "[I wish I were] in love again" "Bad Habits of 1925", musical revue, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 2/11 College baby! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil & ink, no lyric; [4] p. Lyric by Robert Simon 2/12 I'd like to take you home Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: later used in "The Girl Friend" 2/13 Mah jong maid Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Lyric by Herbert Fields 2/14 [The merrie merrie] The merry merry Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil & ink, no lyric; [2] p. On t.p.: "Opening" and "1" 2/15 Silver threads Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 5 p. "Betsy" (1926) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents Birds on high {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Bugle blow {see [Sketches for "Betsy"]} If I were you {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 2/16 Is my girl refined? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Note: dropped before New York opening The Kitzel engagement {see Opening ensemble} The Kitzel engagement {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 2/17 Nations patters Holograph condensed score in pencil; 8 p. Includes: "Irish," "Italian," "Russian," "Chinese" One of us should be two {see [Sketches for "Betsy"]} 2/18 Opening ensemble, or, [The Kitzel engagement] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 8 p. 2/19 Shuffle! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On t.p.: "Intro I-II" 2/20 Sing! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} This funny world {see [Sketches for "Betsy"]} 2/21 [Sketches for "Betsy"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[Bugle blow]: Verse of "American," "[One of us should be two]," "[Unidentified]" p. [2]: "[This funny world]," "[Unidentified]," [Bugle blow: refrain]" p. [3]: "Burn up!," "[Unidentified]," "Dummy march" (from "Betsy" or "Peggy-Ann") p. [4]: "Irish," "Russian," "[Tramping along]" (cut from "Peggy-Ann"), "Mosk[owitz] open[ing] patter" Note: melody for "Mosk[owitz] open[ing] patter" appears to fit the lyric for "At the Saskatchewan," which was cut before the opening "The Boys from Syracuse" (1938; film 1940) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 2/22 [Ballet] Holograph sketches in pencil; [1] p. On back: unidentified holograph sketch in pencil 2/23 Big brother Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. On back: notes on the instrumentation in blue and red pencil 2/24 Come with me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 2/25 Dear old Syracuse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/26 Falling in love with love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 2/27 Finale act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 11 p. 2/28 The Greeks have no word for it Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: from the 1940 film version of "The Boys from Syracuse" {see also [Sketches for "Higher and Higher"]} 2/29 He and she Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/30 He had twins! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [14] p. On cover: "Opening" 2/31 Ladies of the evening Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. 2/32 Oh, Diogenes Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/33 The shortest day of the year Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/34 Sing for your supper Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Note: melody sketch in light pencil at bottom of p. 4 2/35 What can you do with a man? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/36 Who are you? Holograph piano-vocal score (verse only) in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: carbon copy of typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: from the 1940 film version of "The Boys from "Syracuse" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Note: verse different than above, but the same as verse of "From another world," from "Higher and Higher" Note: from the 1940 film version of "The Boys from Syracuse" {see also [M.S. 11] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 2/37 [You have cast your] shadow on the sea Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 2/38 [Sketches for "The Boys from Syracuse"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [10] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Come with me," "Patter" p. [2]: "Verse [Oh,] Diogenes," "[Falling in love with love]: Serving" p. [3]: "He and she verse" p. [5]: "Trio" p. [6]: "[You have cast your shadow on the sea]," "[This can't be love]" p. [7]: "What can you do with a man" p. [8]: "Opening act I," "Verse [You have cast your] shadow on the sea," "[Dear old] Syracuse" p. [9]: "The shortest day [of the year]," "[Oh, Diogenes]" p. [10]: "Big brother," ""Trio" Sing for your supper" "By Jupiter" (1942) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 3/1 The boy I left behind me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet entitled "Opening act one"; [1] p. 3/2 Careless rhapsody Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with annotations in pencil; [1] p. 3/3 Everything I've got Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 3/4 Finale act I Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. 3/5 Finaletto (Act II) Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. each 3/6 Fool meets fool Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with annotation in pencil; [1] p. The gateway of the Temple of Minerva {see Temple of Minerva} 3/7 Here's a hand Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 3/8 Jupiter forbid Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 3/9 Life was monotonous Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with annotations in pencil; [1] p. 3/10 Life with Father Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 3/11 Nobody's heart Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil & type; [1] p. 3/12 Nothing to do but relax Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 3/13 Temple dance Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. 3/14 The Temple of Minerva Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet entitled ""In the gateway of" the temple of Minerva"; [1] p. 3/15 Wait till you see her Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Wait till you see her {see also [Sketches for "Oklahoma!"]} "Carousel" (1945; film 1956) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 3/16 Blow high, blow low Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 3/17 [Carousel waltz] Carousel Holograph sketch in pencil; 5 p. On t.p.: "Intro `Liliom'" Holograph piano score in pencil; 13 p. The carousel waltz Ozalid of copyist's ms. piano score; 18 p. {see also [Sketches for "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"]} 3/18 [Geraniums in the winder] Geraniums; Stonecutters; What's the use of wond'rin' Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 9 p. Note: actual title for "Stonecutters" is "There's nothin' so bad for a woman" 3/19 The highest judge of all Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 3/20 [If I loved you] Scene Billy and Julie; If I loved you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 14 p. 3/21 [June is bustin' out all over] Act one, scene three opening; June is bustin' out all over Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 10 p. 3/22 [Mister Snow] Julie and Carrie sequence; Mister Snow Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, incomplete lyric; 11 p. Reprise Mr. Snow Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. 3/23 A real nice clambake Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 3/24 Soliloquy Holograph sketch in pencil; [4] p. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 14 p. + [1] p. insert Note: includes a [1] p. typed lyric sheet to accompany the insert Stonecutters cut it on stone {see Geraniums in the winder} There's nothin' so bad for a woman {see Geraniums in the winder} 3/25 [Two little people] 2 little people Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. Note: lyric suggests a relation to "If I loved you" What's the use of wond'rin' {see Geraniums in the winder} 3/26 [When the children are asleep] Carrie and Mister Snow; When the children are asleep Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. 3/27 You'll never walk alone Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. "Chee-Chee" (1928) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents {see [M.S. 2] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} I must love you {see Send for me in "Simple Simon"} "The Chinese Lantern" (1922) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 3/28 Chinese march Holograph piano score in pencil; [3] p. 3/29 I want to be a grocer Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 3/30 Wee little china rose Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [5] p. Lyrics by Laurence Housman "Cinderella" (1957) television musical, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 4/1 Do I love you (because you're beautiful) Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Do I love you Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: also includes sketch fragment for "Impossible" 4/2 Fol-de-rol Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink; [1] p. 4/3 Gavotte! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 2 p. If I weren't king {see [Sketches for "Cinderella"]} 4/4 Impossible Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 4/5 In my own little corner Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. Corner Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 4/6 A lovely night Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. [A lovely night] Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 4/7 Mother and daughters' march Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. 4/8 Prince is giving a ball Holograph sketch (with lyric) in pencil; 4 p. 4/9 Scene before In my own little corner Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil (including rhythmic notations); p. 64- 66 4/10 Ten minutes ago Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 4/11 Waltz for a ball Holograph piano score in pencil; 6 p. Waltz! Holograph sketch in pencil; 2 p. 4/12 [Sketches for "Cinderella"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [3] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Cinderella," "12 bells or chimes on [half note] A" p. [2]: "Mother and daughters' march" p. [3]: "Ten minutes ago" Holograph sketches in pencil, some lyric; [4] p. Includes: Ex[i]t march If I weren't king: dummy Intro to Lovely night 4/13 [Lyric sheets] Typed lyric sheets, one with sketch material in pencil, most with 2 copies; [7] p. Includes: [Do I love you (because you're beautiful)]: Are you beautiful because I love you? Impossible In my own little corner Ten minutes ago "A Connecticut Yankee" (1927 & 1943 revival) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 4/14 Can't you do a friend a favor Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Let's both go home and kiss our mothers {see [Sketches for "A Connecticut Yankee"]} My heart stood still {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 4/15 Nothing's wrong Holograph piano-vocal score and sketch in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Note: 4 measure unidentified piano sketch on back Someone should tell them {see [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"]} 4/16 This is my night to howl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Thou swell {see [Sketches for "A Connecticut Yankee"]} 4/17 To keep my love alive Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 4/18 You always love the same girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Love the same girl Holograph sketch in pencil, partial lyric; 2 p. You are what I need {see [Sketches for "A Connecticut Yankee"]} 4/19 [Sketches for "A Connecticut Yankee"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: [Can't you do a friend a] favor [This is my night to] howl [Unidentified] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: Let's both go home and kiss our mothers [Thou swell]: Thou sweet [Thou swell]: Sweet [You are] what I need "Dancing Lady" (1933) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents Dancing lady {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Dancing lady {see [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} That's the rhythm of the day {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Dancing Pirate" (1936) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents Are you my love? {see [M.S. 10] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Dearest Enemy" (1925) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 4/20 Bye and bye Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score, no lyric; [3] p. 4/21 Old enough to love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Holograph piano score in pencil; [3] p. 4/22 Opening act one, or, [Heigh-ho, lackaday] Holograph piano score in pencil; [4] p. "Do I Hear a Waltz?" (1965) lyrics by Stephen Sondheim B/F Contents 4/23 [Bargaining] Interlude -- Perhaps Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 4/24 Do I hear a waltz? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, partial lyric; [3] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Do I hear a waltz Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [2] p. Note: 2 sketches, "Lover to lover" and "American Adventure," crossed out at top of page [Do I hear a waltz?] Holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric; [1] p. At top: "Unused notes" Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: this lyric was originally written by Sondheim for consideration in what became "Anyone Can Whistle"; when it was not used there, Sondheim later presented it to Rodgers for consideration in their show. 4/25 Everybody loves Leona Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Leona Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. At top: "Used notes" Note: includes a crossed out sketch for "Planes,"i.e., "What do we do? We fly!" 4/26 Here we are again Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 4/27 Last week the English (This week Americans) Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil, including 3 measures of sketch material on back; [1] p. Last week the English Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. American tag Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil; 2 p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 4/28 Moon in my window Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 4/29 No understand Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Photocopy of ozalid of copyist's ms. piano-vocal score, annotations in pencil; 2 p. Note: dated 12/14/64 Typed script portion including lyric, annotations in pencil; [7] p. [No understand] Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. 4/30 Perfectly lovely couple Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, partial lyric; [4] p. 4/31 Perhaps Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 4/32 Philadelphia Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in ink; [1] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. 4/33 San Marco Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. At top: "Unused notes" Note: holograph sketch in pencil for "Alt. some people" on p. [2] 4/34 Someone like you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed production notes with annotations in ink and holograph sketch in ink for "Someone like you"; [2] p. Someone like you: act I, scene 3 Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 4/35 Someone woke up Copyist's manuscript piano-vocal score in ink with holograph coda and insert material in pencil, lyrics in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. Holograph piano sketch in pencil; [1] p. 4/36 Stay Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, partial lyric; [1] p. Stay: coda Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. [Stay] Holograph lyric sketch (4 lines) in pencil; [1] p. Stay -- Interlude Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. At top: "Unused ms." On back: holograph sketch material (crossed out) 4/37 Take the moment Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: - typed lyric sheet with annotations in pencil, including a 4 measure melody sketch; [1] p. - holograph lyric sketch in pencil; [1] p. 4/38 Thank you so much Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2), one with annotations in pencil, the other of 1st refrain only; [1] p. each Thank you so much: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, last 4 measures crossed out; [2] p. 4/39 [Thinking] -I was- thinking Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; 2 p. 5/1 Two by two: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil include rhythmic notations on the back; [1] p. Two by two Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. Holograph sketch in pencil with lyric; [1] p. Note: additional holograph sketches include "Hold the moment" and unidentified material [Two by two] Holograph rhythmic sketch in pencil with crossed out lyric; [1] p. On back: holograph sketch material designated as "Unused notes" 5/2 Two by two: promenade Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: paper stained, damaged on p. [3] 5/3 We're gonna be all right Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. We're gonna be all right: refrain Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [2] p. We're gonna be all right Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: crossed out holograph sketch for "Story of my life" at top; and crossed out holograph sketch identified as "Thinking (New opening) bars" on back 5/4 What do we do? We fly! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [6] p. Note: performance annotations on p. [7] Planes 1; Planes 2 Holograph piano-vocal sketch and sketch with lyric, in pencil; [2] p. 5/5 [Sketches for "Do I Hear a Waltz?"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [6] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Take the moment" p. [2]: "Perhaps" p. [4]: "Goodbye tune: act II" p. [5]: "[What do we do? We fly!]: Planes" p. [6]: "[Two by two: promenade]: Eddie and Jennifer sect. of Promenade" "Ever Green" (1930; film ["Evergreen"], 1934) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 5/6 Barker; [Quand notre vieux monde etait tout neuf] = When the old world was new Holograph piano-vocal scores in pencil, no lyrics; 5 p.; 3 p. The beauty contest {see Opening act one} 5/7 The colo[u]r of her eyes Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: same music as "The color of her eyes" which was cut from "Spring Is Here" {see also [M.S. 2] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 5/8 [Dancing on the ceiling] Insert "Dancing on the ceiling" Holograph melody in ink, with lyric; [8] m. Note: cut from "Simple Simon" and used in "Ever Green" {see also Dancing on the ceiling in "Simple Simon"} 5/9 [Doing a little clog dance] Little clog: waltz Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 5/10 [La femme a toujours vingt ans!] Lovely woman's ever young: "The captain is a little baby" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 5/11 Harlemania Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 5/12 If I give in to you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 5/13 [Impromptu song] Talking song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. On back: holograph sketch for "Dance for Opening act one" 5/14 [In the cool of the evening] The cool of the evening Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 5/15 [Je m'en fiche du sex-appeal] Sex-appeal Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Je m'en fiche Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 5/16 [The lion king] Lion song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 5/17 [No place but home] If we're in China Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 5/18 Nobody looks at the man Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 5/19 Opening act one, or, [The beauty contest] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 8 p. Dance for Opening act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. Quand notre vieux monde etait tout neuf {see Barker} 5/20 [Waiting for the leaves to fall] She was poor Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. When the old world was new {see Barker} When the old world was new {see [Sketches for "Spring Is Here"]} "Flower Drum Song" (1958; film 1961) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 5/21 Chop suey Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Dummy rhythm for "Chop suey" Holograph rhythmic sketch in pencil; [1] p. 5/22 Don't marry me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. On back (p. 1): holograph sketch and notes regarding musical routine 5/23 Fan tan fanny Holograph piano score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 5/24 Gliding through my memoree Holograph sketch in pencil; [3] p. 5/25 Grant avenue Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 5/26 A hundred million miracles Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Miracles Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil; [4] p. On back: unidentified holograph sketch in pencil (crossed out) 5/27 I am going to like it here Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 5/28 I enjoy being a girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with annotations in pencil, including signature "O[scar]" 5/29 Like a god Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. On back: holograph sketch for "Love, look way" Holograph lead sheet in pencil, partial lyric in ink; [1] p. 5/30 Love, look away Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Love, look away: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Note: 7 m. of melody (crossed out) on inside page [Love, look away] Holograph sketch in pencil, partial lyric in ink; [1] p. Love, look away {see also Like a god and Sunday} 5/31 My best love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: enclosed typed note reads, "This number was not used in the show" 5/32 The other generation Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. She is beautiful {see You are beautiful} 5/33 Sunday Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Sunday verse Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: includes sketch material for "Love, look away" 5/34 [You are beautiful] She is the girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: known during tryout as "She is beautiful" 5/35 [Sketches for "Flower Drum Song"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [12] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[I am going to] like it here" p. [2]: "[I enjoy being a girl]," "Grant ave[nue]" p. [3]: "[I] enjoy being a girl" p. [4]: "`Same girl' bass," "Verse Grant ave[nue]," "Coolie opening" p. [6-8]: "I enjoy being a girl" p. [9]: "[You are beautiful]: She is beautiful" p. [10-11]: "[I enjoy] being a girl" p. [12]: "Sunday" "Follow Thru" (1930) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 5/36 Because we're young Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 5/37 I'm hard to please Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 5/38 It never happened before Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 5/39 Softer than a kitten Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. {see also Hunting ballet in "Simple Simon"} "Fools for Scandal" (1938) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 5/40 [Sketches for "Fools for Scandal"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [6] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Verse [How can you] forget[?]" p. [2]: "[Love knows best]," "[I'd rather be right]" (from "I'd Rather Be Right") p. [3]: "[How can you forget]," "There's a boy in Harlem" p. [4]: "Once I was young," "Verse Love knows best" p. [5]: "Food for scandal" p. [6]: "Verse [There's a boy in] Harlem," "[Everybody loves you]" (cut from "I'd Rather Be Right"), "Let's sing a song [about nothing]" "The Garrick Gaieties" (1925) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 6/1 April fool Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/2 Gilding the guild Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/3 The joy spreader: a jazz opera in one act Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 27 p. Note: some instrumentation indicated in score 6/4 Jury song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. On back: holograph sketch material in pencil 6/5 Manhattan Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 6/6 Monkey finale Holograph piano score and melodic fragment in pencil; [1] p. On back: notes regarding musical routine Note: may be "Working with a scarf" 6/7 Requiescat in pace Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. At end: "Shuffle" 6/8 Sentimental me! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. At end: annotations regarding instrumentation and performance 6/9 Speeches are gold Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. At end: holograph melodic fragment and instructions regarding 6/10 Stage managers' chorus Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/11 The three musketeers Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On back: holograph notes regarding musical routine "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 6/12 Allez-up! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. American beauty rose {see [Sketches for "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926]} Back to nature {see [Sketches for "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926)]} 6/13 Gigolo Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On back: holograph notes regarding musical routine 6/14 Idylls of the king: -Knights of round table- Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. It may rain {see [Sketches for "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926)]} Just a little souvenir {see [Sketches for The Garrick Gaieties (1926)]} 6/15 Keys to heaven Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Mexico {see [Sketches for "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926)]} 6/16 [Mountain greenery] Reprise mountain greenery Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. At top: "4 Girls" 6/17 Opening act I Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [8] p. Opening; Opening chorus Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Note: bottom of p. [1] reads "Pussy Willow music" On back (p. 2): sketch material for "Mountain greenery" 6/18 Queen Elizabeth Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/19 Sleepyhead Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: the verses of the two scores differ 6/20 [Tennis champs] Tennis Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 6/21 What's the use of talking Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/22 [Sketches for "The Garrick Gaieties" (1926)] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: Amer[ican] beauty rose Back to nature Verse of It may rain Just a little souvenir Mexico "Ghost Town" (1939) an American folk ballet, libretto by Richard Rodgers and Marc Platoff B/F Contents 6/23 Ghost town Holograph condensed score in pencil; 58 p. Note: score contains some indicatations of orchestration 6/24 ["Ghost Town" inserts] Holograph condensed score in pencil; 12 p. Includes: inserts 1-8, 4a 6/25 [Sketches for "Ghost Town"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Pas de deux," "['Cause we got cake]: cake walk" (for "Too Many Girls"), "Harmonia" p. [2]: "2nd 1/2 Pas de deux," "['Cause we got cake]: cake walk" (for "Too Many Girls"), "Money march," "Reel," "Polka" p. [3]: "March pt. 2," "Rose of summer" p. [4]: "Pas de deux," "[Unidentified]," "Miners," "Mormon" "The Girl Friend" (1926) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 6/26 The blue room Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score (2 copies, normal and reduced sizes), no lyric; [4] p. Photocopy of holograph condensed score (2 copies, normal and reduced sizes); [1] p. Note: an extra page of notes regarding musical routine is included 6/27 Creole crooning song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/28 [The damsel who done all the dirt] Look for the damsel! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/29 The girl friend Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score, no lyric; [3] p. On back: sketch material 6/30 Good fellow mine Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/31 [Hum to] To hum! Holograph sketch in ink; 1 p. (5 3/4" x 10 1/2") 6/32 I'd like to take you home Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: last page is very sketchy {see also an earlier version of this song found with "The Girl Friend"} 6/33 Town hall tonight! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On back: holograph sketch in pencil for alternate ending of "Town hall tonight!" 6/34 Turkey in the straw Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/35 Two of a kind Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 6/36 Why do I? Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score, no lyric; [2] p. "The Great Adventure" (1963) television theme B/F Contents 6/37 The great adventure Holograph condensed score in pencil; [3] p. "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" (1933) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 7/1 Bumper found a grand; What do you want with money? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 13 p. 7/2 I've got to get back to New York Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. 7/3 [Laying the cornerstone] Cornerstone laying Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. 7/4 Sleeping beauty Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 14 p. 7/5 Tick-tick Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. Mimeograph of copyist's ms. piano-vocal score; 10 p. What do you want with money {see Bumper found a grand} Zoo {see [Sketches for "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"]} 7/6 [Sketches for "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [3] p. On t.p.: "Park notes" Includes: p. [1]: "Zoo" p. [3]: "[Carousel waltz]" (from "Carousel") "Happy Birthday" (1946) lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 7/7 I haven't got a worry in the world Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. "Heads Up!" (1929; film 1930) lyrics by Lorenz Hart ("Me for You" was pre-Broadway title) B/F Contents 7/8 As though you were there Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink, lyric in pencil; 4 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Note: cut from show Jazz reception {see Opening act one} 7/9 Opening act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 6 p. Note: dropped before New York premiere; also known as "Jazz reception" 7/10 [Sketches for "Heads Up!"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Note: unidentified but believed to be for "Me for You" "Higher and Higher" (1940) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 7/11 A barking baby never bites Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. {see also [M.S. 11] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Blue Monday {see Opening act II} Disgustingly rich {see [Sketches for "Higher and Higher"]} Disgustingly rich {see [M.S. 11] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 7/12 Ev'ry Sunday afternoon Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 7/13 From another world Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. On cover: "Please copy verse (lyric and music) of `Who Are You' which will become verse of this song, both in key of G. - R.R." 7/14 How's your health? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 7/15 It's pretty in the city Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 7/16 Life! Liberty! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 7/17 Lovely day for a murder Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. 7/18 Morning's at seven Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: additional holograph material includes an unidentified sketch and a sketch for "It's pretty in the city" (bottom of page), as well as an unidentified piano score on the back 7/19 Nothing but you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 7/20 Ope[ning] act II Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. On back: holograph sketch in pencil titled "Exercise" Laid in: photocopy of holograph lyric sheet, possibly related to "Blue Monday"; [2] p. 7/21 [Sketches for "Higher and Higher"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [1] p. (torn in half) Includes: "[Haley] and Eric," and "Verse [Lovely day for a] murder" Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Verse waltz," "Life, liberty," "[The] Greeks [have no word for it]" (from film version of "The Boys from Syracuse") p. [4] (upside down) : "[Disgustingly] rich," "Recit[ative]," "Cinderella" "Hollywood Party" (1934), film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, Gus Kahn, Mr. Dietz and Arthur Freed B/F Contents 7/21 Black diamond {see [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} Burning {see [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} Hollywood party {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES and [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} I'm one of the boys {see [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} I'm a queen in my own domain {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES and [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} Keep away from the moonlight {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES and [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} My friend the night {see [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} 7/22 [The night was made for dancing] Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Holograph sketch in ink & pencil, with lyric; [1] p. Prayer {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"], [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"], and [Sketches for "Too Many Girls"]} Reincarnation {see [M.S. 7] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES and [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"]} 7/23 [Sketches for "Hollywood Party"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [9] p. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart unless otherwise noted Includes: p. [1]: "Verse [My] friend [the] night," "Verse [Keep away from the] moonlight," "[I'm a] queen [in my own domain]" p. [2]: "D[ancing] l[ady]" p. [3]: "D[ancing] l[ady] verse," "H[ollywood] p[arty] verse," "Reincarnation" (lyric by Hart and Jimmy Durante), "[I'm] one of the boys" p. [4]: "Verse Love like ours" p. [5]: "Black diamond," "[Prayer]: Harlow's prayer" p. [6]: "Black diamond" p. [7]: "[Dersler]" p. [8]: "Verse [I'm] one of the boys" p. [9]: "[Burning]: I'm burning verse" "I Married an Angel" (1938; film 1942) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 7/24 Animated objects Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil; 11 p. Note: actually from 1933 unproduced film score of "I Married an Angel" Angel without wings {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} Honeymoon ballet {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} How to win friends and influence people {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} I'll tell the man in the street {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} 7/25 Opening: I married an angel Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, partial lyric; 23 p. Note: actually from 1933 unproduced film score of "I Married an Angel" Spring is here {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} A twinkle in your eye {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} 7/26 Why have you eyes Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil; p. 12-14 Note: actually from 1933 unproduced film score of "I Married an Angel"; probably followed "Animated objects" 7/27 Yodel [if you can] Holograph and ms. sketch in pencil; [1] p. On back: unidentified ms. condensed score in ink 7/28 [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[I'll tell the man in the street]" p. [2]: "Angels [without wings]," "[Spring is here]" p. [3]: "[Labor is the thing]: P.W.A." (from "I'd Rather Be Right"), "Verse How to win friends [and influence people]" p. [4]: "[Honeymoon?] ballet," "Verse [A] twinkle [in your eye]" (upside down on page) Holograph sketches in pencil; [8] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[When you're falling in love with the] Irish" (written for, but unused in film "Peg o' My Heart", 1933) p. [2]: "Women are women" p. [5]: "Prayer" (cut from "Hollywood Party") p. [6]: "Verse Tell me [I know how to love]" p. [7]: "Angels opening" p. [8]: "New opening," "Verse Face the facts" Note: Most of these sketches appear to have been for the unproduced film version of "I Married an Angel", 1933 Laid in: 4 line holograph note in pencil "I Picked a Daisy" (ca. 1960) unproduced, lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner B/F Contents [Note: the collaboration between Rodgers and Lerner was terminated, Lerner subsequently completed the show with Burton Lane and it became "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever".] Rachel {see "State Fair"} You walked in {see "State Fair"} 7/29 [Sketches for "I Picked a Daisy"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [14] p. + blanks Includes: Come back to me Jensen Jonathan Lover to lover Melinda Terrible mother Straight down the middle What did I have that I don't have [Unidentified] Holograph lyric sketch in pencil for "[Jensen]"; [1] p. "I Remember Mama" (1979) lyrics by Martin Charnin and Raymond Jessel B/F Contents 8/1 [The day Sven Gundersen died] The day Lars Gunderson died Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. The day Sven -Lars- Gundersen died Typed lyric sheet, annotations in ink; [1] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/2 Don't laugh at Trina Holograph sketch (crossed out) in pencil; [1] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed and photocopied lyric sheets; 2 p. each Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/3 Easy come, easy go Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel 8/4 [Ev'ry day (comes something beautiful)] Ev'ry day Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin Lullaby Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 3 p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: captioned "Norwegian lyric, as a lullaby, of `Ev'ry day comes something beautiful'" 8/5 Fair trade Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Ms. lyric sheet in ink with annotations in pencil; 3 p. On back (p. 3): ms. sketch in pencil (crossed out) I write, you read Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin Note: formerly "Fair trade" A fam'ly we will be {see [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"]} 8/6 How do you bring up children? Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: holograph sketch on inside page, crossed out Typed lyric sheet; [2] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/7 I don't know how Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Note: holograph sketch material on p. [2] Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel 8/8 I remember Mama Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin Typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil & ink; [1] p. I write, you read {see Fair trade} 8/9 It is not the end of the world Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Ms. lyric sheet in red ink; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/10 [It's going to be] good to be gone Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. It's going to be good to be gone Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/11 Lars, Lars Holograph piano-vocal score and lead sheet in pencil; [3] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel 8/12 A little bit more Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel Mama always makes it better {see [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"]} Mama always makes it better {see Getting married to a person in "Two by Two"} 8/13 [Maybe, maybe, maybe] Maybe Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Maybe, maybe, maybe Typed lyric sheet, annotations in ink; 2 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/14 A most disagreeable man Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. He's a most disagreeable man Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin An old city boy at heart {see [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"] Such good fun {see [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"] 8/15 Time Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/16 Uncle Chris! Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Uncle Chris Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel 8/17 We're staying here Holograph lead sheet in pencil and photocopy; [1] p. each Laid in: Typed lyric sheets (2); 2 p. each Lyric by Martin Charnin Note: included is a 2 p. typed letter from Rita Chambers to Mrs. Rodgers, indicating that this song was not used in "I Remember Mama", but planned to be used for the Actors' Fund 8/18 [What kind of man] Dow'ry Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. What kind of man Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 8/19 When? Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/20 [Where we came from] Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Raymond Jessel We don't wanna go back Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. 8/21 Women without men Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Lyrics by Martin Charnin Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: written for, but unused in "I Remember Mama" A writer writes at night {see [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"] 8/22 You could not please me more Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Lyric by Martin Charnin 8/23 [Lyric sheets for "I Remember Mama"] Typed lyric sheets; [12] p. total Includes: A fam'ly we will be Mama always makes it better An old city boy at heart Such good fun A writer writes at night Lyrics by Martin Charnin 8/24 [Letter from Martin Charnin to R. Rodgers] Holograph letter in ink, dated Dec. 25, '77; [1] p. Note: attached are typed lyric sheets for "The day Lars Gundersen died," "He's a most disagreeable man," "Time," and "You could not please me more" 8/25 [Song listings with notes] Typed and photocopied lists of used and unused songs; [6] p. 8/26 ["I Remember Mama" playbills and picture card] Playbills (2) from the Majestic Theatre, June and August, 1979 Picture card featuring Liv Ullmann "I'd Rather Be Right" (1937) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 8/27 Beauty sequence: [Here he is!] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. 8/28 Ev'rybody loves you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. {see also [Sketches for "Fools for Scandal"]} 8/29 Have you met Miss Jones? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. His chances are not worth a penny {see [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"]} A homogeneous cabinet {see [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"]} I'd rather be right [versions 1 & 2] {see [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"]} 8/30 Labor is the thing Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} 8/31 Not so innocent fun Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with crossed out title "Nine young girls and nine old men" Sweet sixty-five {see [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"]} 8/32 Take and take and take Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. A treaty, my sweetie, with you {see [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"]} 8/33 We're going to balance the budget Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 8/34 [Sketches for "I'd Rather Be Right"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [8] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[A homogeneous] cabinet" p. [2]: "[A homogeneous] cabinet" p. [3]: "Verse Everybody loves you," "[Sweet sixty-five],""[Sweet sixty-five]: Verse 40 years" p. [5]: "[A homogeneous cabinet]: Cab 2," "[Take and take and take]," "Verse Lovely lady," "[Beauty sequence]: Battle song" p. [6]: "[Beauty sequence]: Recit. Lovely lady," "[Not so innocent fun]: Girls to judge" p. [7]: "[His chances are not worth a penny]: Finaletto," "Westerners," "Southerners intro," "Farmers," "Society," "Indians" p. [8]: "[A] treaty, [my sweetie, with you]," "Indians" (continued from p. [7]) Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Includes: "[I'd rather be right]: Verse" and several unidentified fragments "If I Were King" (1923) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 8/35 [The] band of the ne'er-do-wells Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 8/36 Courtly etiquette Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 7 p. 8/37 Lady of heaven; Life is unstable Holograph piano score and piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyrics; 2 p. Life is unstable {see Lady of heaven} 8/38 Minuet Holograph piano score in pencil; 3 p. Minuett Manuscript piano score in pencil & ink; [2] p. 8/39 Opening act I Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 4 p. 8/40 Waltz Ms. piano score in ink; [2] p. "Jumbo" (1935; film 1962) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 9/1 The circus is on parade Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 9/2 [The circus wedding] Finale act II: wedding Holograph condensed score sketch in pencil; 7 p. 9/3 Diavolo Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; p. 8-9 9/4 [Finale act I] Ist act finale waltz; Intro to wire walkers Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. At end: "Segue to Newer Waltz" Newer waltz: finale act I Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. Finale act I: box and white horse march Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. Note: White horse march section headed "March (White Horse)" Act I finale: Foster girls Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 9/5 Giant calliope: finale act II Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. Laugh {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} 9/6 Little girl blue Holograph piano-vocal score and piano score, in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; p. 6 9/7 March of the clowns: also March of animals Holograph condensed score in pencil; 8 p. Laid in: holograph piano score in ink of transition for optional cut; [1] p. Memories of Madison Square Garden {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} 9/8 The more I see of other girls: elephant song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, crossed out annotations in pencil; [1] p. {see also [Sketches for "Mississippi"]} 9/9 The most beautiful girl in the world Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets for verse and chorus, annotations in pencil; [2] p. 9/10 My romance Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 9/11 New strain for [Kimris?] Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. At end: melodic fragment for "2nd strain of Clown March" Over and over again {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} The song of the roustabouts {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} There's a small hotel {see [M.S. 9] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 9/12 Women! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 9/13 [Sketches for "Jumbo"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [14] p. Includes: p. [2]: "[Over and over again]: Patter Jumbo opening," "[Little girl blue]: Verse Blue day" p. [3]: "Barnum & Bailey" p. [4]: "You who are lovely" p. [5]: "[Memories of Madison Square Garden]: Barnum I," "Barnum II" p. [6]: "Diavolo: [verse & intro]" p. [7]: "[The circus is on parade]: Circus march," "Diavolo" p. [9]: "Spring song," "[The song of the roustabouts]" p. [10]: "Women?" p. [11]: "Laugh," "[Glad to be unhappy]" (from "On Your Toes") p. [12]: "[The song of the roustabouts]: No job in Omaha" p. [13]: "Women?" Photocopy of holograph sketches; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Verse [The most beautiful] girl in the world," "Women?" p. [4]: "[There's a] small hotel" (cut from "Jumbo" but used in "On Your Toes"), "Verse Love you more [tomorrow?]" Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[The circus is on parade]: March," "March" p. [2]: "Trio of presto," "Verse presto" p. [3]: "[Hoctor?] waltz," "Chee-chee" p. [4]: "March," "[The] circus [is on parade]" Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[It's got to be love]" (from "On Your Toes"), "[There's a] small hotel: verse & patter" (cut from "Jumbo" but used in "On Your Toes") p. [2]: "[My romance]" Holograph sketches in pencil; [1] p. Includes: "[The most beautiful girl in the world]" and unidentified "June Days" (1925) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 9/14 [Anytime, anywhere, anyhow] Anyway Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. "Keep 'Em Rolling" (1942), film short, lyric by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 9/15 Keep 'em rolling! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [6] p. "The King and I" (1951; film 1956) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 9/16 Anna's bedroom Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. Typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; 3 p. 9/17 Getting to know you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [Sketches for "South Pacific"]} 9/18 Hello, young lovers Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Anna and son Klin scene: leading to Hello, young lovers song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Before verse of Hello young lovers Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil; 3 p. 9/19 I have dreamed Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. Note: includes unidentified sketch material at top of p. [1] 9/20 I whistle a happy tune Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 9/21 Kralahome Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 9/22 [March of the royal Siamese children] Children's march Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. March? Holograph sketch/piano score in pencil; [3] p. On back: unidentified holograph sketch material 9/23 [My] lord and master Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. 9/24 Now you leave Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 9/25 [A] puzzlement Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 9 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, partial lyric; [4] p. 9/26 [The Royal Bangkok Academy] Holograph sketch in pencil with lyric; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 9/27 Shall we dance? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 9/28 Something wonderful Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. He can be wonderful Holograph sketch in pencil with lyric; [2] p. 9/29 [Song of the] king Holograph piano-vocal score/sketch in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: portion of typed script which includes lyric of "Song of the king"; [2] p. 9/30 Waiting Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [8] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [3] p. 9/31 We kiss in a shadow Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 9/32 [Western people funny] Opening act 2 Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 9/33 Why? Why? Why? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: portion of the typed script which includes lyric for "Why? Why? Why?," annotations in pencil, including melodic and rhythmic notations; [5] p. Why? Why? Why?: new development Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Note: laid in as part of above piano-vocal score 9/34 Incidentals for dialogues Holograph incidental music (melody lines) with dialogue, in pencil; [2] p. 9/35 [Sketches for "The King and I"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [8] p. Includes: p. [1]: Argument song p. [2]: [My] lord and master p. [3]: [I whistle a] happy tune p. [4]: [My] lord and master p. [5]: Argument song contd. p. [6]: [We] kiss in a shadow p. [7]: Hello, young lovers p. [8]: [We] kiss in a shadow 9/36 [Program] Printed program of the National Theater production, Washington, D.C., August 29, 1955. "Lady Fingers" (1929) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents I love you more than yesterday {see [M.S. 2] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Lawrence of Arabia" (ca. 1960) unproduced [probably a television documentary] B/F Contents 10/1 Arab friend: counter to "Lawrence theme" Holograph condensed score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 10/2 Arab military Holograph condensed score in pencil, no lyric; 2 p. Arab military: lyrical Holograph condensed score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 10/3 British military & music hall Holograph condensed score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 10/4 [The father of the bride?] Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, lyricist unknown; [1] p. 10/5 Lawrence theme: counter to "Arab friend" Holograph condensed score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 10/6 Michener Holograph piano score/condensed score in pencil; 4 p. (incomplete) 10/7 [Sketches for "Lawrence of Arabia"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [5] p. + blanks Includes: "Lawrence of Arabia," and "[Unidentified]" "Let's Have Fun" (1935) radio musical comedy B/F Contents I'll take a little of you on toast {see [M.S. 8] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Please make me be good {see [M.S. 8] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Lido Lady" (1926) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 10/8 Atlantic blues Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Note: same music as "Blue ocean blues" of "Present Arms" {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/9 [The] beauty of another day Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Chuck it! {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Chuck it! {see also Chuck it! in "Peggy-Ann"} A cup of tea {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/10 Ever-ready Freddy Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/11 Exercise Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 10/12 Finale act two Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 8 p. Note: includes chorus of "Here in my arms" {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/13 I want a man Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Lido lady {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Morning is midnight {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} My heart is Sheba bound {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/14 [A tiny flat near Soho Square] A little flat in Soho Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: same music as "A little house in Soho" from "She's My Baby" {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Try again tomorrow {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/15 Two to eleven Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} You're on the Lido now {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Love Me Tonight" (1932) film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart 10/16 Isn't it romantic? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, partial lyric; [5] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [3] p. {see also [M.S. 6] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 10/17 Love me tonight Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 10/18 Lover! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Typed lyric sheet with title in pencil; [1] p. Note: original title, "Song to an illegitimate horse," crossed out 10/19 The man for me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, partial lyric; 4p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; 3 p. 10/20 Mimi Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 10/21 Pierrot Holograph sketch in ink; [1] p. Note: {seems related to "Isn't it romantic"} 10/22 The poor Apache Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 7 p. Typed lyric sheet, title in pencil; [2] p. Note: lyric's original title, "I'm an Apache," crossed out 10/23 The son-of-a-gun is nothing but a tailor! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 9 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 10/24 [That's] the song of Paree Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 10 p. 10/25 A woman needs something like that Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 11 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; 4 p. "Main Street to Broadway" (1953) film B/F Contents 10/26 There's music in you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II Laid in: typed lyric sheet titled "Music in you"; 2 p. "Me and Juliet" (1953) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents The baby you love {see Me and Juliet sequence and [Sketches for "Me and Juliet"]} 10/27 The big black giant Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 10/28 I'm your girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Verse -- I'm your girl Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. 10/29 [Intermission talk] Ten minutes' intermission Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 16 p. 10/30 It feels good Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2), annotations in pencil; [1] p. each 10/31 It's me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. 10/32 Keep it gay Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 10/33 Marriage type love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Marriage type love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. 10/34 Me and Juliet sequence: act II Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 12 p. Note: includes "You're not living" (which is "The baby you love"), and "Meat and potatoes" 10/35 Opening of Me and Juliet Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [8] p. Note: includes sections marked "Me, who am I?" and "My bounty" Laid in: -- typed lyric sheet; [2] p. -- typed script including lyrics, annotations in ink & pencil; [5] p. 10/36 That's the way it happens Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Typed script including lyrics, annotations in pencil; [4] p. 10/37 A very special day Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (4) in two slightly different versions, annotations in pencil on one lyric sheet; [1] p. each Verse: Special day Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. 10/38 Wake up little theatre Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 10/39 [Sketches for "Me and Juliet"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [21] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[That's the way it happens]: Girl from Chicago" p. [2-3]: "Wake up little theatre" p. [4]: "[A very special day]: I'm a girl" p. [5]: "It feels good" p. [6]: "It's me" p. [7]: "It feels good" p. [9]: "Keep it gay" p. [10-11]: "Marriage type [love]" p. [12]: "X-mas" p. [13]: "March" p. [14]: "Never had it so good," "[The big black] giant" p. [15]: "My bounty" ({see "Opening of Me and Juliet"), "Verse} Marriage type [love]" p. [16]: "Juliet," "Me, who am I?" ({see "Opening of Me and Juliet")} p. [17]: "[The big black] giant" p. [18]: "Nothin' for nothin'" p. [19]: "Marrying kind," "Marriage type love" p. [20]: "[Marriage type love]" p. [21]: "Nothin' for nothin'," "[The] baby [you love]" (same as "You're not living" of "Me and Juliet sequence") "Me for You" {see "Heads Up!"} "The Melody Man" (1924; film 1930) comedy by Herbert Fields, R. Rodgers, and Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 11/1 Moonlight Mama Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. Note: song credited to "Herbert Richard Lorenz" (pseudonym for Herbert Fields, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart) "Mississippi" (1935) musical film, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents Easy to remember {see [M.S. 8] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 11/2 I keep on singing Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 11/3 [Sketches for "Mississippi"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Verse Mississippi" p. [2]: "[I keep on singing]" p. [3]: "[The more I see of other girls]", or, "[The elephant song]" (cut from "Jumbo") p. [4]: "[Down by the river]" "No Strings" (1962) lyrics by Richard Rodgers B/F Contents 11/4 Be my host Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Verse Be my host; Be my host Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. On p. [2]: crossed out unidentified holograph sketch material 11/5 Eager beaver Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Holograph sketch in pencil, partial lyric; [2] p. 11/6 How sad Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Note: holograph sketch material for "How sad" on p. [8] [How sad] Holograph lyric sketch in pencil; [1] p. 11/7 I was there Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. On t.p.: "1961 No Strings" [I was there] Holograph lyric sketches in pencil; [2] p. 11/8 Intro. to scene change Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Note: some orchestration indicated 11/9 La-la-la Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. 11/10 Loads of love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph sketch in pencil, including crossed out material titled "Lovely love"; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 11/11 Look no further Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Holograph sketches in pencil; [1] p. Note: unidentified holograph sketch material at top Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 11/12 Love makes the world [go] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. On cover page: crossed out unidentified holograph sketch material with lyric Holograph lead sheets (2) in pencil; [1] p. each On t.p.: "1961 No Strings" 11/13 [Maine] I do like Maine Holograph in pencil; [3] p. 11/14 The man who has everything Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Man who has everything Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 11/15 No strings Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Holograph lead sheet (no lyric) and sketches (some lyrics) in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, 1 line crossed out; [1] p. 11/16 Nobody told me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Holograph lead sheet (no lyric) and sketch in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 11/17 [An] orthodox fool Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Holograph sketch in ink & pencil; [2] p. 11/18 The sweetest sounds Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. 11/19 Yankee, go home! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: not used in the show Laid in: -- typed lyric sheet; [1] p. -- holograph sketch in pencil titled "Yankee" and unidentified crossed out material 11/20 You don't tell me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. [You don't tell me] Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. 11/21 [Sketches for "No Strings"] Holograph sketches in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. Includes: "How sad" and unidentified 11/22 [Lyric sketches] Holograph lyric sketches in pencil and typed; [47] p. total Includes: Be my host [Eager beaver] How sad [La-la-la] Loads of love [Look no further] [Love makes the world go] [The man who has everything] Money makes the world go [No strings] Nobody told me [An orthodox fool] The sweetest sounds [Yankee, go home] You don't tell me 11/23 [Lyrics] Red binder containing typed lyric sheets; [17] p. Includes: Be my host Eager beaver How sad La-la-la (french and english lyrics) Loads of love Look no further Love makes the world go Maine The man who has everything No strings Nobody told me An orthodox fool The sweetest sounds You don't tell me "Oklahoma!" (1943; film 1955) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 12/1 All er nothin! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet for "All er nuthin"; [3] p. 12/2 Boys and girls [like you and me] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: melodic sketch fragment at end Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 12/3 The farmer and the cowman Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/4 I can't say no Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. 12/5 [It's a scandal! It's a outrage!] A scandal for the jaybirds Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; 3 p. 12/6 Kansas City Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in ink; [1] p. 12/7 [Lonely room] Lonely little room Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. 12/8 Many a new day Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with verse typed on; [1] p. 12/9 Oh, what a beautiful mornin' Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in ink; [1] p. 12/10 Oklahoma Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/11 Out of my dreams Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. [Out of my dreams] Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 12/12 People will say we're in love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Verse People will say Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 12/13 Pore Jud is daid Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. Poor Jud Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 12/14 The surrey with the fringe on top Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/15 When I go out walkin' with my baby Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/16 [Sketches for "Oklahoma!"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [6] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[Oh, what a] beautiful morning" p. [3]: "[The surrey with the fringe on top]: Surrey middle" p. [4]: "[The surrey with the fringe on top]: Verse Surrey" p. [5]: "[Wait till you see her]" (from "By Jupiter"), "[I cain't say no]," "[The] surrey [with the fringe on top]" p. [6]: "[Oh, what a beautiful morning]: Verse Beautiful morning," "[Many a new day]" "On Your Toes" (1936; film 1939) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents Glad to be unhappy {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} Glad to be unhappy {see [M.S. 10] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} The heart is quicker than the eye {see [Sketches for "On Your Toes"]} It's got to be love {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} On your toes {see [Sketches for "On Your Toes"]} 12/17 Our private olympic games Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Note: previously unknown song, probably unused 12/18 [La Princesse Zenobia ballet] Holograph sketches in pencil; [1] p. 12/19 [Slaughter on Tenth Avenue] 10th avenue lead Holograph sketch in pencil; [6] p. {see also [M.S. 9] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} There's a small hotel {see [Sketches for "Jumbo"]} 12/20 [The three B's] Questions and answers Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Too good for the average man {see [M.S. 10] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 12/21 Two-a-day for Keith Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/22 [Sketches for "On Your Toes"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[The heart is] quicker than the eye" p. [2]: "[On your toes]," "[Chopsticks]" "One Dam Thing After Another" (1927) musical revue, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 12/23 [Danse grotesque . la nSgre] Dance negre Holograph piano score in pencil; 5 p. Note: cut before opening of the show 12/24 [The election] Opening act I: sandwich girls Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Make hey! Make hey! {see [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"]} My heart stood still {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 12/25 Progress Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. Note: probably minuet variation on "Make hey! Make hey!" 12/26 Shakespeare Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Note: probably variation on "Make hey! Make hey!" Shakespeare Dance Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. Note: probably variation on "Make hey! Make hey!" 12/27 [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[Make] hey! [Make] hey!," "[The election]: Opening" p. [2]: "[My heart stood still]," "[When I go on the stage]" (from "She's My Baby") {p. 2 - upside down} p. [4]: "[Someone should tell them]" (cut from "A Connecticut Yankee", the music later appeared in "America's Sweetheart" as "There's so much more") "Pal Joey" (1940; film 1957) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 12/28 Bewitched, [bothered and bewildered] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Chicago {see A great big town} 12/29 Den of iniquity Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/30 Do it the hard way Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/31 The flower garden of my heart Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 12/32 A great big town Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Happy hunting horn {see [Sketches for "Pal Joey"]} 12/33 I could write a book Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/34 I'm talking to my pal Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/35 Plant you now, dig you later Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 12/36 Take him Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 12/37 That terrific rainbow Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. 12/38 You mustn't kick it around Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 12/39 Zip! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 12/40 [Sketches for "Pal Joey"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [9] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[Do it the] hard way" p. [3]: "Lolita" (from "They Met In Argentina"?), "I could write a book," "You mustn't kick it around" p. [4]: "[That terrific rainbow]: Color me," "Zip" p. [5]: "[That terrific rainbow]: Red hot" p. [6]: "Fisher" p. [8]: "[If] the twig's bent" p. [9]: "[Happy hunting horn]: Verse Hunting horn" "Peg o' My Heart" (1933) film B/F Contents When you're falling in love with the Irish {see [Sketches for "I Married an Angel"]} "Peggy-Ann" (1926) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 13/1 Act I finale Holograph piano score/sketch in pencil; [3] p. Note: includes or mentions "Where's that rainbow?," "[A little birdie told me so]: Birdie song," "Wedding march," "[A] tree in the park" On back: 2 measure sketch in pencil 13/2 [Charming, charming] Store opening Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 13/3 Chuck it! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 7 p. Note: cut from "Lido Lady" and used here {see also [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} Dummy march {see [Sketches for "Betsy"]} Give this little girl a hand {see [Sketches for "Peggy- Ann"]} Hello {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 13/4 [Howdy Broadway] Howdy to Broadway Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, partial lyric; 2 p. (incomplete) A little birdie told me so {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 13/5 Paris is really divine Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 13/6 Peggy! Peggy! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Tramping along {see [Sketches for "Betsy"]} A tree in the park {see [Sketches for "Peggy-Ann"]} 13/7 [Sketches for "Peggy-Ann"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[A] tree in [the] park" p. [2]: "Give [this] little girl a hand," "[A] little birdie told me so" Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: sketch #1: Howdy, Broadway sketch #4: Clementine ({see also "My Clementine" in NON-SHOW MUSIC)} "Pipe Dream" (1955) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 13/8 [All at once you love her] All at once: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. All at once Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 13/9 All kinds of people Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 13/10 Bum's opera Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [2] p. {see also "Tide pool"} 13/11 Everybody's got a home [but me] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. 13/12 The happiest house on the block Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. How long? {see [Sketches for "Pipe Dream"]} 13/13 I am a witch Holograph piano-vocal sketch in pencil, with lyric; [2] p. 13/14 [A lopsided bus] On a lopsided bus Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. 13/15 [The] man I used to be: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. The man I used to be Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 13/16 The next time it happens Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. [The next time it happens] Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 13/17 The party that we're going to have tomorrow night Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 13/18 Suzy development: 1 and 2 Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Suzy development Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. 13/19 Suzy is a good thing: verse Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Suzy is a good thing Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. 13/20 Sweet Thursday Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. 13/21 Thinkin' Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. 13/22 The tide pool Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Tide pool Holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric; [2] p. [Tide pool] Holograph sketch in pencil; 4 p. Note: different version than above, but some lyric is the same On front: holograph sketch in pencil (crossed out) for "Bums opera" 13/23 [Sketches for "Pipe Dream"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [15] p. Includes: p. [1]: "All kinds of people" p. [2]: "[A lopsided] bus" (2 measures), "[Sweet Thursday]: Sweet Thursday interlude" p. [3]: "All kinds of people" p. [4]: "The man I used to be," "Su[zy] is a good thing" p. [5]: "[The] party [that we're gonna have] tomorrow night" p. [6]: "Sweet Thursday: ch[orus]" p. [7]: "[All at once you love her]: Guitar song?," "[A lopsided bus]: Bus?" p. [8]: "[A lopsided] bus: verse" p. [9]: "[The] man I used to be" p. [10]: "How long" p. [11]: "[The man I used to be]" p. [12]: "[Ev'rybody's got a home but me]: Everybodys got a house" p. [13-14]: "[A lopsided bus]: Remarkable bus" p. [15]: "[Untitled]" (written for, but not used in "Pipe Dream") "The Play's the Thing" (n.d) B/F Contents 13/24 Music & the emotions Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. Holograph (Lorenz Hart) lyric sheet in pencil; [3] p. 13/25 Ope[ning] act I Holograph sketch in pencil; [4] p. Typed lyric sheet for "Opening of act I," annotation in pencil; 2 p. Ms. lyric sheet [Lorenz Hart's?] in pencil; 5 p. 13/26 [Lyrics for "The Play's the Thing"] Holograph (Lorenz Hart) lyric sheets/script in pencil; [16] p. total "Please!" (1933) revue B/F Contents Rhythm {see [Sketches for "Babes in Arms"]} Rhythm {see Rhythm! in "The Show Is On"} "Present Arms" (1928) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents {see [M.S. 2] and [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "The Prisoner of Zenda" (1924) lyrics by Herbert L. Fields B/F Contents Curtain raiser act II/Introduction to Opening act I begin {see Finale act I} 13/27 Finale act I Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. Note: 4 measure sketch at bottom of page On back: crossed out holograph piano score in pencil headed "Curtain raiser act II/Introduction to Opening act I begin:"; at the bottom of this page is the beginning of a melody for "Finale act II" 13/28 Make way Holograph condensed score in pencil; [4] p. 13/29 March Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. On cover: holograph scoring and copying instructions 13/30 My king can do no wrong: act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 6 p. My king can do no wrong: act II Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On back: holograph scoring and copying instructions 13/31 Oh, dear! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Oh! dear: opening act I Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: at the bottom of p. [1] and on p. [2] are a crossed out holograph sketch for "Yankee-doodle (Countermelody)" and its 3-part realization 13/32 Opening act III Holograph condensed score in pencil; [5] p. 13/33 [Song of Russia] Russian melody Holograph sketches in pencil, some crossed out; [2]p. 13/34 Trio act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 13/35 When men are in love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 4 p. 13/36 Will never do Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 13/37 [Without love] Without your love Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 13/38 The worst of friends Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. Yankee-doodle (Counter melody) {see Oh, dear!} Rex (1976) lyrics by Sheldon Harnick B/F Contents 14/1 [As once I loved you] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. As once I loved you Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/2 Away from you: intro Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Away from you Holograph lead sheet/sketch in pencil, with lyric; [1] p. Holograph lead sheet/sketch in pencil, with lyric; 2 p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Away from you: reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Away from you: partial reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/3 The chase Holograph piano-vocal score/sketch in pencil; [3] p. Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. 14/4 Christmas at Hampton Court Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Note: p. 6 consists of melody and lyric only Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. 14/5 Come to court Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/6 Dear Jane Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. 14/7 Don't come to court Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/8 [Elizabeth] Lizzie's lullaby Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. Elizabeth Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/9 Eternal stars Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Note: additional holograph sketch material on [2] p. at end Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/10 [The field of cloth of gold] At the field of cloth of gold Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Note: piano accompaniment is incomplete Typed lyric sheet; 4 p. Includes: "Introduction," "Where is my son?," "[The field of cloth of gold]" From afar {see [Lyric sheets for "Rex"]} 14/11 Henry Catherine scene: as in "Where is my son" Holograph lead sheet/piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. 14/12 I brought you a gift Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/13 I'll miss you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also "Te Deum"} 14/14 In time Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. At end: sketch idea for 1st ending Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. In time: reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/15 Kings Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Kings: reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/16 My daughter: [My daughter -- I] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: p. 2 is incomplete Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. My daughter: [My daughter -- II] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: bottom half of p. 4 is ms. sketch material with some lyric Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/17 No song more pleasing Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. No song more pleasing: reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/18 The pears of Anjou Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/19 Rex Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 2 p. Note: 2 measure holograph sketch in pencil on p. [3] Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/20 [So much you loved me] Henry Anne duet Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. (incomplete) Note: cut before New York opening; same music as "From afar" At end: holograph sketch for 1st ending in pencil So much you loved me Typed lyric sheets (2 versions); [1] p. each 14/21 Te Deum Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. On back: holograph melodic sketch in pencil for "I'll miss you" Typed lyric sheets (2 versions): [1] p. each 14/22 Tell me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. At top (p. 4): holograph sketch material in pencil Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Tell me: reprise Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/23 There are kings Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 14/24 [To please my king] To please Your Grace Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 2 p. Note: much of p. 2 is melody and lyric only To please my king Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/25 The wee golden warrior Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/26 Where is my son? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. + 2nd p. 5 Note: includes "Old interlude/Dropped" (p. 5), and "New material" (p. 5-6) {see also "The field of cloth of gold" for the lyric sheet} 14/27 [Why?] What now Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Why? Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 14/28 [Would I not love you] Intro. Ann; Anne Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: unidentified sketch material beneath "Intro. Ann" and additional sketch material for "Ann" on separate page Would I not love you Typed lyric sheets (3 versions); [1] p. each 14/29 [Sketch for "Rex"] Unidentified holograph sketch material in pencil; [1] p. 14/30 [Lyric sheets for "Rex"] Photocopyies of typed lyric sheets; [4] p. total Includes: "From afar" and "God save the King" (2 versions) 14/31 [Song listings] Typed listings of used and unused songs from "Rex"; [2] p. 14/32 [Playbill for "Rex"] Playbill for Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, April 1976 Note: annotation in ink on "Scenes And Musical Numbers" page "Saturday Night Around the World" (1965) unproduced TV special B/F Contents Saturday night {see ["Two by Two" sketchbook]} 15/1 ["Saturday Night Around the World"] Holograph condensed score in pencil; [5] p. Includes: sections titled "Israel," "Lisbon," "Paris," "Tokyo" Holograph melodic sketch material in pencil; [1] p. "Say Mama" (1921) amateur musical comedy, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 15/2 Jack and Jill Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 15/3 Priscilla Holograph piano score in pencil; [3] p. Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. Note: the two mss. are entirely different from each other 15/4 Show him the way Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 3 p. "She's My Baby" (1928) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 15/5 I still believe in you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Note: not used in "She's My Baby"; later intended for, but dropped from, "Simple Simon"; also, has same music, except for part of verse, as "Singing a love song" from "Chee- Chee" At end: holograph sketch material in pencil This goes up {see [M.S. 3] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} When I go on the stage {see [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"]} "The Show Is On" (1936) revue, lyric by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 15/6 Rhythm! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; p. 12 Note: revised from the original version in "Please!" "Simple Simon" (1930) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 15/7 [Dancing on the ceiling] He dances on my ceiling Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score, no lyric; [3] p. Note: cut from "Simple Simon" and used in "Ever Green" 15/8 Don't tell your folks Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 15/9 He was too good to me Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score, no lyric; [3] p. Note: written for but cut from "Simple Simon" 15/10 Hunting ballet Holograph piano score and sketches in pencil; 13 p. + [5] p. Note: includes sketches for "Hunting ballet," "On with the dance," "Magic music," and "Soft as a kitten" (which is "Softer than a kitten" from the Paramount Picture "Follow Thru") On t.p.: "Hurdle Ballet" 15/11 [Hunting scene] Finaletto of Hunting scene Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 15/12 Hunting song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; 7 p. Note: probably unused I still believe in you {see "She's My Baby"} 15/13 Oh, so lovely! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. On back: unidentified ms. piano sketch material 15/14 Send for me Holograph piano-vocal score (verse only) in pencil; [1] p. Note: music used for refrain of "I must love you" from "Chee-Chee"; {see also [M.S. 2] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 15/15 Sweetenheart Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 15/16 Ten cents a dance Photocopy of holograph piano-vocal score; [4] p. "Something Gay" (1935) non-musical play B/F Contents You are so lovely and I'm so lonely {see [M.S. 5] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "The Sound of Music" (1959; film 1965) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers B/F Contents 15/17 Climb ev'ry mountain Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. each 15/18 Do-re-mi Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 15/19 Edelweiss Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 15/20 End of Scene 3: Fav. things & "Maria" Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil; 2 p. Note: includes cuts of "My favorite things," and "Maria" 15/21 [How can love survive?] How can our love survive? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. [How can love survive?] Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 15/22 I have confidence Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Note: music has little or no relation to final version Laid in: typed and holograph in pencil lyric sheets; [1] p. each Confidence Holograph sketch (for above) in pencil; [1] p. On back (upside down): holograph sketch material for "Fair is fair"; {see also Fair is fair in NON-SHOW MUSIC} I have confidence: new refrain Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2) and holograph lyric sheet in pencil; [1] p. each Note: for film version 15/23 I have loved and I've learned Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 15/24 L"ndler Ms. piano score in pencil; 5 p. 15/25 The lonely goatherd Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. 15/26 Maria Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. 15/27 My favorite things Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Favorite things Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. At bottom: unidentified holograph sketch in ink 15/28 No way to stop it Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. [No way to stop it] Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [2] p. 15/29 An ordinary couple Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Ordinary people Holograph piano sketch in pencil; [2] p. Note: additional unidentified holograph sketch material on p. [3] 15/30 Sixteen going on seventeen Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Reprise verse "Sixteen" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Holograph sketch and lyric in pencil; [2] p. (3 3/4" x 6" paper) Sixteen going on seventeen: end of 1st chorus of "Sixteen going on seventeen" [and] end of 2nd chorus Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil, annotations in ink; 2 p. (incomplete) On front: crossed out piano score (4 m.) 15/31 So long, farewell Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Goodbye Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [3] p. Note: on front page is an unidentified holograph sketch 15/32 Something good Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed and holograph in pencil lyric sheets; [1] p. each Note: for film version [Something good] Holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric; [1] p. 15/33 The sound of music Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph lead sheet in ink; [1] p. [The sound of music]: Sound II [and] Verse Sound of Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. 15/34 [Sketches for "The Sound of Music"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [12] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Maria" p. [2]: "Do-re-mi" p. [3]: "[The] sound of [music]," "Do-re-mi" p. [4]: "Do-re-mi," "[The lonely goatherd]: Yodel" p. [5]: "[Climb ev'ry mountain]" p. [6]: "Sixteen [going on seventeen]" p. [7]: "[I have] loved [and I have] learned" p. [8]: "Verse Sixteen [going on seventeen]" p. [9]: "[Climb ev'ry mountain]: Mountain #2" p. [10]: "Climb ev'ry mountain" p. [11]: "[Processional]: Wedding" p. [12]: "[Unidentified]" Unidentified holograph sketches in pencil on non- music paper; [2] p. "South Pacific" (1949; film 1958) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 16/1 Bali ha'i Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 16/2 Bloody Mary Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 16/3 Bright canary yellow Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: this song bares some relation to "A cockeyed optimist" 16/4 [A cockeyed optimist] Not this heart Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in ink & pencil; [1] p. 16/5 Dites-moi Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: -- typed page of script including lyric for "Dites-moi,"annotations in pencil, including melodic sketch material; [1] p. -- typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 16/6 Happy talk Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/7 Honey bun Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 16/8 [I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair] Wash that man Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. On back: 4 measure holograph sketch in pencil 16/9 My girl back home Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: cut before New York opening 16/10 Now is the time Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 6 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 16/11 Some enchanted evening Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 5 p. Intro. to "Enchanted" reprise Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. 16/12 There is nothin' like a dame Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 10 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [2] p. 16/13 This nearly was mine: verse [and] intro. Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. This nearly was mine: refrain Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/14 Twin soliloquies Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 16/15 A wonderful guy Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 9 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 16/16 Younger than springtime Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 16/17 [You've got to be carefully taught] Carefully taught Holograph piano-vocal in pencil; 5 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 16/18 [Sketches for "South Pacific"] Holograph sketches in pencil, some lyric; [8] p. Includes: p. [1]: "I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair" p. [2]: "Verse [A] wonderful guy" p. [3]: "Cable & Liat?," "[Getting to know you]: Cable & Liat" (melody used in "The King and I") p. [4]: "[You've got to be carefully taught]: Cable -- Emile duet" p. [5]: "Ext. of [I'm gonna] wash that man [right outa my hair]," "[You've got to be carefully taught]: Cable -- Emile duet" p. [6]: "[Getting to know you]: Cable & Liat" (used in "The King and I"), "[Unidentified]," "Bali ha'i verse" p. [7]: "[A] wonderful guy" p. [8]: "My friend" Holograph sketches in pencil, some lyric; [5] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[Some] enchanted evening," "[A cockeyed] optimist" p. [2]: "[Twin soliloquies]," "Now is the time" p. [2a]: "[My] girl back home," "[Younger than] springtime verse" p. [3]: "[Bright] canary yellow," "Trio (Now is the time)" p. [4]: "Ref[rain There is] nothing like a dame" "Spring Is Here" (1929; film 1930) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 16/19 [Sketches for "Spring Is Here"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Spring is here," "Yours sincerely" p. [2]: "[Lady Luck is grinning]" (refrain later used for "When the old world was new" from "Ever Green"), "[This is not Long Island]: Opening" p. [3]: "[Baby's awake now]," "[A cup of] tea" p. [4]: "Verse Spring is here" The color of her eyes {see "Ever Green"} The colour of her eyes {see [M.S. 2] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} With a song in my heart {see [M.S. 4] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "Stage Door Canteen" (1943) musical film B/F Contents 16/20 The girl I love to leave behind Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: -- typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. -- typed note, annotations in regular and red pencil "State Fair" (1945 & 1962 remake) film, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers B/F Contents 16/21 All I owe Iowa[y] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 8 p. 16/22 Away from home Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Lyric by Richard Rodgers Note: unused, but probably for the 1962 film remake Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: beginning section titled "`State fair' 1969" is crossed out 16/23 Isn't it kinda fun? Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/24 It might as well be spring Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/25 It's a grand night for singing Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/26 It's the little things in Texas Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (8), 3 with refrain only; [1] p. each Note: for 1962 film remake; lyric by Richard Rodgers 16/27 More than just a friend Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: for 1962 film remake; lyric by Richard Rodgers [More than just a friend]: Sweet-hog of mine Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. 16/28 [Never say no to a man] Never say "no" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: for 1962 film remake; lyric by Richard Rodgers Never say no to a man Holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric; [2] p. 16/29 Our State Fair Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Rachel {see This isn't heaven} 16/30 State Fair Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. {see also Dear friend in NON-SHOW MUSIC} 16/31 That's for me! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 16/32 This isn't heaven Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2) in pencil; [1] p. each Note: for 1962 film remake; lyric by Richard Rodgers [This isn't heaven] Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. On back: holograph sketch for "You walked in" from "I Picked a Daisy" Laid in: holograph lyric sketch in pencil for "You walked in"; [2] p. Holograph sketch in pencil, some lyric; [1] p. On back: holograph melodic sketch for "Rachel coda" from "I Picked a Daisy" Laid in: holograph lyric sketch in pencil and typed lyric for "Rachel"; [3] p. 16/33 We will be together Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. 16/34 Willing and eager Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: for 1962 film remake; lyric by Richard Rodgers You walked in {see This isn't heaven} 16/35 [Sketches for "State Fair"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [6] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Our state fair," "Verse [It might as well be] spring" p. [2]: "[It's a grand] night for singing verse" p. [3]: "[We're on our way]: Infantry" (dedicated to the U.S. army infantry, 1944; {see also NON- SHOW MUSIC)} p. [4]: "[It's a grand] night for singing" p. [5]: "[All I owe] Ioway," "Verse [Isn't it kinda fun]" p. [6]: "[All I owe Ioway]: End of refrain in Ioway [and] Verse Ioway" Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Willing and eager" p. [2]: "[It's the little things in Texas]" 16/36 [Lyric sketches] Holograph lyric sketches in pencil; [19] p. Includes: [It's the little things in Texas] [Never say no to a man] [Our state fair] [Willing and eager] "Temple Bells" (1924) amateur musical comedy, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 16/37 Bobolink Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. Lyric by Dorothy Crowthers "They Met in Argentina" (1941) musical film, lyric by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 17/1 Amarillo Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. 17/2 Carefree careterro Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 17/3 Contrapunto Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 17/4 Cutting the cane Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/5 Lolita Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotation in pencil; [1] p. {see also [Sketches for "Pal Joey"]} 17/6 Never go to Argentina Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/7 North America meets South America Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 17/8 On the track Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, titled "We're on the track"; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 17/9 Simpatica Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. {see also [M.S. 12] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 17/10 You've got the best of me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. "Too Many Girls" (1939; film 1940) lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 17/11 'Cause we got cake Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 'Cause we got cake {see also [Sketches for "Ghost Town"]} 17/12 Give it back to the Indians Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 17/13 I didn't know what time it was Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet, notes in pencil on back; [1] p. 17/14 I like to recognize the tune Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 17/15 Look out! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 17/16 Love never went to college Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/17 [My Prince] What a prince! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. Laid in: typed and photocopy of lyric sheet; [1] p. each 17/18 Opening act one Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [5] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; 3 p. 17/19 Pottawatomie Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. On back: instrumentation notes Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/20 She could shake the maracas Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. 17/21 Spic and Spanish Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Spic and Spanish: insert #1 Holograph piano score/condensed score in pencil; 2 p. On inside page: ms. sketch in colored pencils for "Insert #2" Note: both inserts are subheaded "Interlude #2" 17/22 The sweethearts of the team Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/23 Tempt me not! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. On back: notes and sketch fragments in pencil 17/24 Too many girls Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. 17/25 You're nearer Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: for the film version (1940) 17/26 [Sketches for "Too Many Girls"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [11] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Too many girls," "[The] sweethearts of the team" p. [2]: "Prayer" (may be song cut from "Hollywood Party") p. [3]: "Verse [Give it back to the] Indians" p. [4]: "[I like to] recognize the tune," "Goodbye Mr. Tafe [sic.]," "[Give it back to the] Indians" p. [5]: "Pottawatomie," "['Cause we got cake]: Verse Cake-walk" p. [6]: "Middle," "Spic and Spanish" p. [7]: "Verse Love [Never went] to college," "Opening [act one]" p. [8]: "[My] Prince: patter [and] verse" p. [9]: "Go east," "Stay home with a book" p. [10]: "['Cause we got cake]: Cake walk," "[Opening act one]: Hunted stag" p. [11]: "Paso doble" Holograph sketches in pencil; [3] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[I didn't know what time it was]" p. [2]: "Bad news" p. [3]: "Hymn," "a verse" "Two by Two" (1970) lyrics by Martin Charnin B/F Contents As far as I'm concerned {see The brother department and [Lyric sheets for "Two by Two"]} 17/27 The brother department Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Note: this song was cut from the show, but the music was used in "As far as I'm concerned" Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2), annotations in pencil; 2 p. each 17/28 The covenant Holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric; [4] p. Typed lyric; [1] p. 17/29 Ev'rything that's gonna be has been Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [2] p. Note: same music as "Poppa isn't Poppa anymore" Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: different version than above 17/30 Forty nights Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Typed lyric sheets (2), annotation in pencil on one; [1] p. each 17/31 Getting married [to a person] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Note: this music was later used with a new lyric by Martin Charnin in "Mama always makes it better" from "I Remember Mama" Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. The gitka's song {see ["Two by Two" sketchbook]} 17/32 The golden ram Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: -- ms. lyric sheet in ink (on back of part of typed script); 3 p. -- typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. Note: slightly different version than above Ms. lead sheet, no lyric; [1] p. 17/33 Hey, girlie Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. At bottom: "(I Do Not Know a Day) Over" Typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. each 17/34 I can't complain Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/35 I do not know a day I did not love you: ["I can't remember when"] Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet (crossed out) titled "I can't remember when"; [1] p. I do not know a day Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. At bottom: "(Hey, Girlie) Over" I do not know a day I did not love you: "Love song" Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/36 Ninety again Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; 2 p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 17/37 An old man Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 17/38 Poppa isn't Poppa anymore, or, Everything that's gonna be has been Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; 2 p. {see also "Ev'rything that's gonna be has been"} 17/39 Poppa knows best Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 17/40 Put him away! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet; 3 p. 17/41 Something doesn't happen Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 3 p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheets (2), annotations on one in pencil; [1] p. each 17/42 [Something, somewhere] Something that you like Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet with crossed out title changed to "Something, somewhere," annotations in pencil; [1] p. Something, somewhere Typed lyric sheet; [2] p. 17/43 Two by two Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [2] p. Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. Holograph rhythmic sketch in pencil, with lyric; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; 3 p. (incomplete) Typed lyric sheet; 7 p. When it dries {see [Sketches for "Two by Two"] and [Lyric sheets for "Two by Two"]} 18/1 Why me? Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [2] p. At end: holograph sketch material in pencil Laid in: 16 measure holograph sketch in pencil, with lyric Typed lyric sheet; 2 p. 18/2 Without my money Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. On back: 9 measures of sketch material in pencil (crossed out) Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 18/3 You: "Who" Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 18/4 You couldn't please me more Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Note: part of lyric later used in "You could not please me more" from "I Remember Mama" Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 18/5 You have got to have a rudder on the ark Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (2); 2 p. each 18/6 ["Two by Two" sketchbook] Holograph sketches in pencil, some with lyrics; [22] p. Includes: The brother department Forty nights [The Gitka's song]: Gitka The golden ram Hey, girlie I can't complain I do not know a day [I did not love you] Ninety again An old man Poppa isn't Poppa anymore Put him away [Saturday] night (located on p. [3]; perhaps for "Saturday Night Around the World") Something doesn't happen [Something, somewhere]: Something that you like" Strength is my weakness (located on p. [2]; from "Androcles and the Lion") Two by two" When it dries Without my money You couldn't please me more [You have got to have a] rudder on [the] ark [Unidentified] 18/7 [Lyric sheets for "Two by Two"] Typed lyric sheets; [5] p. total Includes: As far as I'm concerned When it dries 18/8 [Song listings with notes] Typed listings of used and unused lyrics of songs, annotations in pencil; [2] p. 18/9 [Playbill] Playbill for Imperial Theatre, November 1970 "Up Stage and Down" (1919) amateur musical comedy, lyrics by Richard Rodgers B/F Contents 18/10 Prism, plums and prunes Copyist's ms. piano-vocal score in ink; [2] p. Lyrics by Benj. M. Kaye "The Valiant Years" (1960) television film B/F Contents 18/11 The American rifle Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/12 The church; Winston depressed Holograph piano scores in pencil; [2] p. 18/13 Churchill is determined Holograph condensed score in pencil; [1] p. 18/14 Deep sea Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/15 England at play Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/16 Factories -- mechanique Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/17 Flute and Chopin Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/18 France gay Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/19 German band Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/20 German unison Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/21 The home guard Holograph lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. 18/22 A hymn, sort of Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/23 Jolly Churchill Holograph condensed score in pencil; 2 p. On back: 3 measure sketch of ending (crossed out) 18/24 Luftwaffe Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/25 Majestic England Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/26 Mare nostram Holograph condensed score in pencil; [3] p. 18/27 Mosquito fleet Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/28 Pastoral Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/29 La patrie Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/30 Return from Dunkirk Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/31 Sea killer Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. 18/32 Ski troops Holograph condensed score in pencil; [3] p. 18/33 Title; Winston is back in office; Winston is back Holograph piano score/condensed score in pencil, some words; [3] p. 18/34 Triumph Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. Winston depressed {see The church} Winston is back {see Title} Winston is back in office {see Title} 18/35 [Sketches for "The Valiant Years"] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: The American rifle: "Machine gun" England at play Factories -- mechanique France [gay] Pastoral Winston depressed "Victory at Sea" (1952) television film B/F Contents 18/36 [Beneath the southern cross] Tango Holograph condensed score sketch in pencil; [2] p. On p. [3]: crossed out sketch material in pencil Laid in: [2] p. of holograph sketch material in pencil, [1] p. identified as "Tango" Tango part II Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. Note: this music became "No other love" from "Me and Juliet" 18/37 Building up theme: mustering of forces Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. {see also "Guadalcanal march"} 18/38 Carriers: on board of a carrier Holograph short score sketch in pencil; 2 p. Death and debris {see Song of the high seas} 18/39 Fiddle and geetar Holograph piano score in ink; [1] p. 18/40 From Naples to Rome Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 18/41 [Guadalcanal march] A march Holograph lead sheet in ink & pencil, no lyric; [2] p. [Guadalcanal march]: 1st [verse?] of Guadalcanal march Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. Laid in: 4 measure holograph sketch in pencil of second theme Note: holograph sketch in pencil on p. [1] for "Building up theme" 18/42 [Hymn of victory] Victory hymn Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. 18/43 Landing Holograph condensed score in pencil; 2 p. On front: holograph sketch material for "Pearl #4" On back: unrelated crossed out material (transpositions of simple melody) 18/44 [Song of the high seas] The song of the sea Holograph condensed score in pencil; 3 p. Note: includes "Rough sea," "[Death and debris]: Discouragement," and "[Submarines in a calm sea]: Still sea" On back: sketch material headed "Wir fahren gegen England" Submarines in a calm sea {see Song of the high seas} 18/45 [The sunny Pacific Islands] Pleasant theme: Hawai[i]an mood Holograph condensed score in pencil; [2] p. "Winkle Town" (1922) unproduced musical B/F Contents I want a man {see "America's Sweetheart"} I want a man {see [M.S. 1] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} 18/46 Comfort me Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 18/47 One a day Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart 18/48 Since I remember you Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. At end: "Light love song" 18/49 You're too wonderful for me! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. {see also [M.S. 1] in MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES} "You'll Never Know" (1921) amateur musical comedy, lyrics by Lorenz Hart B/F Contents 18/50 I'm broke: duet Holograph piano-vocal score in ink, lyric in pencil; 3 p. Note: some instrumentation written in 18/51 Jumping Jack! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: some instrumentation written in 18/52 Just a little lie: dance chorus Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, lyric in ink; 4 p. Note: some instrumentation written in 18/53 Mr. Director: dance quartet Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: some instrumentation written in 18/54 Virtue wins the day: opening Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 7 p. On back: instrumentation notes When I go on the stage {see [Sketches for "One Dam Thing After Another"]} FULL SCORES "Allegro" (1947) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 22/1 Allegro ballet: #41 Arranger's holograph (Robert Russell Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 82 p. New end Allegro Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [11] p. (a-k) 22/2 Allegro (vocal): #40(a) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 1-6, 13-14 New "Allegro": #40 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 38 p. On folder: "Finale act 2" 22/3 Annabelle solo: #12 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 30 p. 22/4 Children's dance: #5 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 59 p. On p. 52: "Children's ballet" 22/5 Come home Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 18 p. Verse -- Come home Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 4 p. 22/6 [A darn nice campus] End of college dance; Darn nice campus Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 39 p. 23/1 Dream sequence: #11 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 21 p. 23/2 Entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 27 p. 23/3 A fellow needs a girl Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 17 p. 23/4 Finale act I Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 54 p. + [1] p. laid in 23/5 Finale ultimo Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. 23/6 Freshman get-together: #10 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 11 p. 23/7 The gentleman is a dope Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 26 p. 23/8 I know it can happen again Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. Intro: I know it can happen again Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [1] p. On folder: "#2," "#3" and "Pudgy Legs (parts)" 23/9 [It may be a good idea] It may be a good idea for Joe Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 16 p. 23/10 Money isn't ev'rything Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 84 p. Includes: "Money utility," and "Money dance" Laid in: ozalid piano-vocal score; 9 p. 24/1 One foot, other foot Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 21 p. + p. 19a-19b 24/2 Opening Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 36 p. 24/3 Opening act II Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 12 p. + p. a-b 24/4 Overture Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 50 p. + [3] p. laid in Includes: "Change to college" 24/5 Poor Joe Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. 24/6 Rotunda Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [39] p. (numbered variously 1-42) On folder: "#17" 24/7 So far Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 18 p. + [1] p., crossed out, for "So far 1st ending" 24/8 What a lovely day for a wedding Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 33 p. Intro. to Lovely day Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink and pencil; p. a-c -#30-: 25 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. Note: no obvious relation to above 24/9 Wildcats Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 1 p. The wildcats are on a rampage: utility Ms. full score in ink; 9 p. 25/1 Winters go by Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. 25/2 [Yatata, yatata, yatata] Yatata Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 33 p. + p. a-c Note: p. 28-30 were cut and replaced by p. a-c 25/3 You are never away Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 26 p. Never away encore Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 27 p. Reprise Never away: act II Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. 25/4 [Miscellaneous full scores I] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full scores in ink Includes: Grandmother's death: #5-a Diploma: #8 After diploma: #8(a) Change to college: #9a [photocopy] [Change of scene]: #15 Vamp to Jennie reads letter; Jennie reads letter: #15-a So far: utility: #20 You are never away: utility: #21 25/5 [Miscellaneous full scores II] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full scores in ink, and (2) ms. trumpet parts in ink Includes: [Change after Never away]: no. 23a [3rd trumpet part] That's all, brother: #35 Note: 3rd trumpet part laid in Joe goes to Chicago: #36 Chaser: [exit music]: [#45] The gentleman is a dope: utility 25/6 [Miscellaneous cut music] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full scores in ink Includes: Change into Wedding Change to cocktail Note: 3rd trumpet part for "Change to Yatata" laid in A fellow needs a girl: utility Hangover Marjorie's death: #24 [Rotunda]: Beginning Rotunda Sitting on the porch [in the moonlight]/utility [Sitting on the porch in the moonlight]: End of 2d Porch [Sitting on the porch ....]: Into 2d Porch Miscellaneous (4 scores, [1] p. each) Note: titles include "End of Allegro," and "Children's dance" [Unidentified] "Carousel" (1945) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 26/1 Ballet: act II: #27 Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink & pencil; 90 p. + inserts (p. 33a, 85a), lacking p. 27 Includes (#'s 1-9): "Nativity," "Louise's dance," "Children's scene," "Snow family," "Youngest Snow," "Carnival," "Seduction," "Mother and daughter," "Children's party" Note: Tenor II part in pencil attached to the inside of the accompanying folder 26/2 Blow high, blow low Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink & pencil; 24 p. 26/3 The carousel waltz Printed full score; 56 p. Arrangement by Don Walker 26/4 Entr'acte Ms. full score in ink; 38 p. 26/5 Finale act I Ms. score for reeds and brass (p. a-c) and ms. full score (p. 3-8), in pencil; [9] p. Finale act I: new Ms. full score in pencil; 2 p. Note: not used in show 26/6 Geraniums [in the winder]: [act II] Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink & pencil; 17 p. Includes: "There's nothin' so bad for a woman" Note laid in: "Incomplete! Last 20 bars missing" 26/7 The highest judge of all: [act II] Ms. full score in ink; 21 p. 26/8 Hornpipe:[act I]: #14 Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink; 43 p. + p. a Note: p. a, in short score form, is titled "Hornpipe vamp" If I loved you {see You're a queer one, Julie Jordon} 27/1 June is bustin' out all over Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 31 p. + p. a (title page) 27/2 [Mister Snow] Julie and Carrie: Mister Snow Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Don Walker) full score in ink; p. 1-16, 1-13 Includes: "You're a queer one, Julie Jordan" When I marry Mr. Snow: chorus Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 17-35 + [5] p. (variously paginated) Note enclosed: "Out! Does not match orch parts." 27/3 Mr. Snow reprise: [act I] Ms. full score in ink & pencils; 18 p. 27/4 Opening act I scene II Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 6 p. 27/5 Opening act II: "A real nice clambake" Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink; [1] p. 27/6 Opening scene III act II Ms. full score (incomplete) in ink; p. 2-3 Note: not used in show 27/7 [A real nice clambake] Clambake Ms. full score in ink; 47 p. Clambake specialty Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 40 p. Note: not used in show Stonecutters cut it on stone = There's nothin' so bad for a woman 27/8 Storm scene: [act I] Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 19 p. At top: "-Come Be- Billy Mounts" Laid in: ms. conductor's score in ink; 4 p. On folder: "Out/Finale Act I (Old)" There's nothin' so bad for a woman {see Geraniums in the winder} 28/1 [What's the use of wond'rin'] What's the use of wondering: [act II] Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) and unidentified ms. (p. 18) full score in ink & pencil; p. 1-10, 13-18 Attached to t.p.: "Does not match orch. parts." Note: not used in show What's the use of wond'rin': reprise Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 11 p. Wondering change: act II: #21 Unidentified ms. (p. 1-6) and arranger's holograph (Don Walker, p. 18-20) full score in ink; [9] p. 28/2 When the children are asleep: [act I] Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 47 p. Includes: "Encore" 28/3 You'll never walk alone; Finale tag Ms. full score in ink & pencil; p. 5-18 + p. 7 Note laid in: "#24/Last 20 bars missing" Also: empty folder included 28/4 [You're a queer one, Julie Jordon] Scene -- "Billy and Julie"; If I loved you Arrangers' holograph (Don Walker; Hans Spialek [inserts]) full score in ink & pencils; 34 p. + inserts ([9] p.) Billy -- Julie tag: [act I] Ms. full score in ink & pencil; 6 p. You're a queer one, Julie Jordon {see also Mister Snow} 28/5 [Miscellaneous full scores] Ms. (Don Walker) short score and unidentified ms. full score in ink Includes: My little girl incidental: [act II]: #28 Opening graduation scene: [June is busting]: [act II] 28/6 [Miscellaneous unused music] Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) and unidentified ms. full scores Includes: Back to earth: [act II] Laid in: conductor's score in ink; 2 p. Bill and Julie: interlude #1 Bill and Julie: interlude #2 Note laid in: "This is `If I loved you' p. 40 in vocal score/Incomplete!" Bill change Death scene Note: combines "Bill and Julie" interludes I & II From "Judge" to "Walk alone" Note: "Record Version" "Flower Drum Song" (1958) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents Ballet {see Ta's dream} 29/1 Chop suey Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 17 p. Chop suey encore Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 9 p. 29/2 Don't marry me Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 22 p. Encore -- Don't marry Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. 29/3 Entr'acte: act II Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 18 p. 29/4 [Fan Tan Fannie] Intro: Fan Tan Fanny Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. Fan Tan Fanny: opening scene 7 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 8 p. 29/5 Finale act two Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. Finale ultimo II Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink & orange pencil; 3 p. 29/6 [Gliding through my memoree] Memoree; New ending (Grant Ave.) Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink & orange & blue pencil; 22 p. 29/7 Grant Avenue Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 15 p. + p. 8a-8b, 15 Note: not used in show Arranger's holograph (Luther Henderson) full score in pencil; 16 p. Note: not used in show Grant Ave: insert Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 5 p. Note: not used in show Grant Ave: exit Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in pencil; [3] p. Note: part of assortment labelled "Outtakes" Grant Avenue for Anita Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [1] p. 29/8 Grant Avenue IV Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Joe Glover) full score in ink pencil; [33] p. (various paginations) 29/9 Grant Avenue: new new Arrangers' holograph (Joe Glover, p. 1-10; Bennett, p. 26-31) full score in ink & red pencil; [16] p. Note: part of assortment labelled "Outtakes" 29/10 A hundred million miracles Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 29 p. + 2nd p. 14 + [1] p. ending Miracles encore Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. 30/1 I am going to like it here Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 13 p. + 2nd p. [1] 30/2 I enjoy being a girl Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 23 p. Encore: I enjoy being a girl Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 19 p. New 2nd refrain: Being a girl Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. 30/3 Like a god: verse; Like a god Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink; 3 p.; 10 p. 2nd refrain and encore Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 13 p. 30/4 [Love, look away] New intro: Love, look away Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 1 p. Love, look away: verse & chorus Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [10] p. Note: "out" is inscribed at the beginning and end of verse section Reprise: Love, look away Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. + [1] p. ending Replacing 1st ten bars: Reprise -- Love, look away Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. 30/5 My best love Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 15 p. On folder: "Not used!" Best love E[-flat]: new; End of rep. My best love Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 8 p.; 2 p. On folder: "Not used!" My best love reprise Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink & pencil; 7 p. On t.p.: "Out!" 30/6 Opening act one Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. 30/7 Opening act two Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 7 p. 30/8 The other generation Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 12 p. On folder: "Reprise: The other generation" Other generation -- dance Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 13 p. Other gen. reprise Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 7 p. + [5] p. insert 30/9 Overture Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 26 p. + 10 p. insert She is beautiful {see You are beautiful} 31/1 Sunday: Khyber -- Suzuki; New Sunday dance; 2nd refrain Sunday Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink; 10 p.; 17 p. + [1] p. insert + p. 11-15; 6 p. Sunday: [B-flat] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 11 p. Note: part of assortment labelled "Outtakes" Sunday dance: [act II] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 12 p. + [3] p. (inserts) Note: includes insert titled "Suzy's Sunday" 31/2 [Ta's dream] Opening Ta's dream: #16 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. Ta's dream: [ballet] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 36 p. Laid in: note which reads "Print New End Ta's Dream" New end Ta's dream Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. Coda: Ta's dream; Night with Helen: end of coda Ta's dream Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p.; 2 p. 31/3 [You are beautiful] She is the girl, or, You are beautiful Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 15 p. Reprise: She is beautiful Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. Act I reprise: Beautiful Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. Act II reprise: Beautiful Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 14 p. 31/4 [Miscellaneous full scores I] Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Joe Glover) full scores in ink Includes: Hundred million utilities: #2 Bridge 1-1: Bridge to scene 2: #2-(a) End of scene 2: #4 Bridge after "Girl": Bridge to scene 3: #4(a) Back beating: #5 Bridge 1-3: #6a Bridge to scene 5: #7(a) 31/5 [Miscellaneous full scores II] Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Joe Glover) full scores in ink & pencil Includes: Like a god utility: 7a Jazz bit: #9 Bridge 1-5: #11-a Bridge after 17: scene 2 act II: #17-a Sunday utility: #20 Procession: #23 Wedding cross: Procession: #23 31/6 [Miscellaneous unused music] Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Joe Glover) full scores in ink Includes: Best love utility Bridge to scene 3 Replacing last two bars Chaser [You are beautiful]: She is the utility "The King and I" (1951) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 32/1 Entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 11 p. 32/2 Finale act I Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 3 p. 32/3 Getting to know you Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 12 p. School room dance: #15-a Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 14 p. Note: laid in between p. 12 & 13 of "Getting to know you" 32/4 Hello, young lovers Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & blue pencil; 13 p. 32/5 I have dreamed Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 9 p. Intro. I have dreamed Arranger's holograph full score in ink; [1] p. 32/6 I whistle [a happy tune] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 13 p. + p. 10a, 10b 32/7 [March of the royal Siamese children] Children's march Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 17 p. + p. 17/a Postlude Children's march Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 5 p. Parade: 44 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink; p. 1-7, 16-19 32/8 [My lord and master] Lord and master Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 7 p. + [1] p. insert Note: reduced negative photostat of the above enclosed Lord and master: melos act two Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 1 p. 32/9 Overture Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [36] p. (variously paginated) Note: includes section titled "Dreamed in overture" 32/10 [A] puzzlement Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 28 p. Boy's puzzlement: 18, 18a Ms. and arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [19] p. (variously paginated) 33/1 [The Royal Bangkok Academy] School song Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. 33/2 [Shall I tell you what I think of you?] Intro -- bedroom Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. Anna's bedroom, or, Shall I tell you what I think of you Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 26 p. 33/3 Shall we dance? Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in ink; 14 p. Note: p. 14, in Bennett's hand is titled "Polka E-flat strain" Shall we dance: march 1 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 8 p. Shall we dance at H Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [9] p. Note: the last 2 pages are titled "Chaser" Shall we dance (album) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 1 p. Shall we -- encore bar 6 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. a-b 33/4 [The small house of Uncle Thomas ballet] Uncle Tom: ballet Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink and pencils; 79 p. Postlude of ballet Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 7 p. 33/5 Something wonderful Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink; p. 1-6, 3-12 Note laid in: "Last 12 bars missing" Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink and pencil; 8 p. Wonderful coda: change of scene Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. 33/6 [We kiss in a shadow] Scene and We kiss Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 16 p. We kiss -- 2nd refrain: encore: #17 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score; 10 p. 33/7 Western people funny Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 11 p. 33/8 [Miscellaneous full scores] Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Hans Spialek; Don Walker) full scores in ink Includes: Arrival at Bangkok: no. 2 Vignettes & dance: 6 [Don Walker score] So big a world: 16 After reprise [Something] wonderful: 22 Anna and King planning party: 24 Fireworks: 25 Varsovienne: Dance of Anna & Sir Edward: 30 Curtain raiser: act II Evil eye: exit of wives "Oklahoma!" (1943) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 34/1 All er nothin' Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 49 p. On t.p.: "Out" 34/2 Entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink, photocopy and pencil ms. inserts; 9 p. + inserts (7 p. & [2] p.) Note: 7 p. insert is "Many a new day (Utility)" 34/3 [The farmer and the cowman] Opening act II Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; [63] p. (variously paginated) Note: includes "Dance" 34/4 [Finale ultimo] Ms. full score in pencil (p. 1-8) and arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils (p. 6-14); [17] p. 34/5 [I cain't say no] Cain't say no -- intro. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 2 p. I can't say no Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 24 p. Laid in: note and photocopy regarding encore of "I cain't say no" 1st reprise Can't say no Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; p. 1-4, 1-2 Note: includes "New bridge in reprise `Can't say no'" [I cain't say no] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 5-7, 9 Note: probably cut section; originally part of "1st reprise" 2nd reprise Can't say no Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 1-8 (incomplete) 34/6 [It's a scandal! It's a outrage!] Scandal for jaybirds; Scandal exit Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils and ms. full score in pencil; 35 p. 35/1 Kansas City Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink and pencils; [28] p. (variously paginated) Kansas City dance Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 36 p. 35/2 Kansas City Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; [1] p. Kansas City -- orch. chos. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 1-7, 22-30 Kansas City -- intro. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. Coda -- K.C. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [1] p. Kansas City: boys chorus Ms. (Robert Russell Bennett) choral score in ink; 2 p. 35/3 - 4 [Laurey makes up her mind ballet] Opening act II; End of act I; New end act I Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full scores in ink & pencils; [146] p. (variously paginated); 12 p.; 2 p. Note: folder 14/3 includes p. 1-69; folder 14/4 includes p. 70-148 and endings 35/5 [Lonely room] Lonely little room Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 13 p. 36/1 Many a new day -- intro. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. Many a new day Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; 22 p. Many a new day dance Ms. full score in pencil; p. 1-7, 9-31 Note: measure numbers continuous with "Many a new day" above Many a new day -- last 2 bars -- replacing last bar Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [1] p. 36/2 Many a new day dance Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 30 p. Last 2 bars into Many a new day dance Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in pencil; [1] p. Many a new day: last 2 bars into 2d refrain Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in pencil; [1] p. 36/3 [Oh, what a beautiful mornin'] Beautiful morning: -Opening act one- Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; p. 1-22, 24-32 36/4 Oklahoma Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink & pencils; [54] p. (various paginations) Includes: "Oklahoma bridge," and "Oklahoma (2d vocal)" and empty folder for "Encore -- `Oklahoma'" Opening act II {see The farmer and the cowman} 36/5 Out of my dreams Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [1] p. (title page) Out of my dreams -- intro. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. Intro: Out of my dreams Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 2 only Intro. to Out of my dreams Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. (incomplete) Out of my dreams {see also Laurey makes up her mind ballet} 36/6 Overture Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; 58 p. 37/1 People will say [we're in love] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink & pencils; 28 p. Reprise "People will say" Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; 12 p. 37/2 Pore Jud is daid Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; 15 p. 37/3 [The surrey with the fringe on top] Surrey -- intro. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. On t.p.: "Not in Show" The surrey Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & green pencil; 40 p. Surrey -- reprise: #5 Ms. full score in pencil; 4 p. 37/4 [Miscellaneous full scores I] Arranger's holog. (Bennett) & unident. ms. full scores in ink & pencil Includes: Farmer dance: 13a [Laurey makes up her mind]: New bridge to Ballet Laurey's entrance: #2 Many a new day (utility): #16 [score & photocopy] [Oh, what a beautiful morning]: Morning bridge Note: "Not used!" [Oh, what a beautiful morning] Note: not used in show Out of my dreams (utility) 37/5 [Miscellaneous full scores II] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full scores in ink & pencil Includes: People will say (utility): #13 [People will say we're in love]: Out march Scene change: #21 [The surrey with the fringe on top]: Verse (orch. solo) Surrey On t.p.: "Not in show" Surrey (utility) 37/6 [Full score fragments -- unused] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores (incomplete) in ink Includes: [All er nothin'] [It's a scandal! It's a outrage!] [People will say we're in love] "Pipe Dream" (1955) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 38/1 All at once [you love her] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 32 p. Includes: "New end act I" (p. 23-32) [All at once you love her] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 23-29, 35-49 Attached note: "These pages "not used"" 38/2 [All at once you love her] Verse "All at once"; All Helen's reprise Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; Joe Glover) full score in ink; 3 p.; 9 p. All at once (utility) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 11 p. On folder: "Reprise: `All at once'" and "Not used!" 38/3 All kinds of people Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 28 p. + 4 p. insert 38/4 [All kinds of people] People reprise I Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 7 p. People reprise II Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 3 p. On t.p.: "Not used!" People reprise #2 Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; p. 4-8 38/5 Bum's opera; New B.O. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink; 24 p.; 4 p. Part of #7 Bums opera Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 25-45, 45a On p. 25: "Out!" 38/6 Bums opera (utility): reprise: #9 Ms. full score in ink; 11 p. Bums' new ending: Fauna's song: #8 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 19 p. 38/7 Entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 29 p. Temp entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. 38/8 Everybody's got a home [but me] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; p. 1-22, 28-50 Everybody's got a home: utility Ms. full score in ink; 8 p. Note: not used in show 39/1 Finale Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. On t.p.: "Pipe Dream Album" and "Not used! in show" 39/2 Finale ultimo Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 16 p. New finale ultimo Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 15 p. 39/3 Fractured fugue: dance fugue: #22-a Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 16 p. 39/4 The happiest house [on the block] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 19 p. 39/5 How long? Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 47 p. 39/6 I am a witch Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 18 p. On cover: "We are a gang of witches" 39/7 [A] lopsided bus Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. full score in ink; 66 p. + [19] p. insert (numbered variously 1-38) 39/8 [A lopsided bus] Bus reprise: #10 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [17] p. (numbered variously 1-19) 39/9 The man I used to be Arrangers' holograph (Joe Glover; Bennett [insert]) full score in ink & pencil; 23 p. + 2 p. insert Note: insert titled "Doc's essence" Man "incidental" Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 6 p. On t.p.: "Not used!" 39/10 [Masquerade brawl at the flophouse] Entrance 2 party: masquerade brawl Ms. full score in ink; 20 p. 40/1 [The next time it happens] Next time Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 43 p. Next time (part II) Ms. full score in ink; 13 p. Note on p. 1: "Dr. Sirmay had this section reconstructed from parts because it was missing from the Rodgers Hammerstein office/L.S." Next time curtain Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 3 p. On cover: "Not used" 40/2 The next time it happens Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 54 p. On t.p.: "Not used!" 40/3 Opening Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 12 p. 40/4 Opening act II Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 3 p. On folder: "Not used!" 40/5 Overture Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 46 p. 40/6 [Overture] Temporary overture Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 7 p. On t.p.: "Out!" [Temporary overture] Ms. (Bennett) piano score in ink; [1] p. 40/7 The party [gets going] Ms. full score in ink & pencils; [64] p. (numbered variously 1-103) 40/8 [The party that we're gonna have tomorrow night] Pick-up to party Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; [1] p. The party that we're going to have tomorrow night Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 17 p. 40/9 [The party that we're gonna have tomorrow night] Party dance Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 19 p. Party reprise Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 5 p. Party utility Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 6 p. On folder: "Change of scene. #20-b" 41/1 [Suzy is a good thing] Suzy Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 38 p. Suzy is a good thing Arranger's holograph (Don Walker) full score in pencil & ink; 25 p. On t.p.: "Not used!" 41/2 Sweet Thursday Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 30 p. + [2] p. (codas) Thursday rep[rise] Arranger's holograph (Joe Glover) full score in ink; 13 p. Sweet Thursday: utility Ms. full score in ink & pencil; 12 p. 41/3 Thinkin' Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 44 p. 41/4 [The] tide pool Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 27 p. 41/5 Will you marry me Ms. full score in ink; 17 p. Will you marry me (E[-flat]) Ms. full score in ink; 5 p. Doc's marry me Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. 41/6 [Miscellaneous full scores] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink Includes: Act two curtain: #18 Party at 214 October 24th: [incidental dance]: [#22b] How long bridge: #29 Cross over with bat: [incidental]: #32 Chaser: exit music: #34 Doc & Suzy in Pipe Doc's soliloquy Fauna's letter Hazel and Ball Bat [Bridges and Intros] Bridge to "Babaloo" Bridge to "Catch a fish" Intro. "[The] man [I used to be]" Intro. All at once Intro. "Next time" Next time bridge 41/7 [Outtakes] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores (incomplete) in ink and ms. cello part in ink, not used in show Includes: "The party that we're gonna have tomorrow night," You can't catch a fish," and unidentified "The Sound Of Music" (1959) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 42/1 Climb every mountain Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 12 p. 42/2 The concert Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. [5]-13 42/3 Do-re-mi Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 18 p. Do-re-mi encore Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 21 p. [Reprise: Do-re-mi]: new bridge at 17 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 3-4 42/4 Edelweiss Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 10 p. 42/5 Entr'acte: -Opening act II- Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 1-13, a-e 42/6 Finale ultimo: Climb ev'ry mountain Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; p. 3-8 42/7 How can love survive Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; [27] p. 42/8 The lonely goatherd Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 24 p. 42/9 Maria Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 26 p. 42/10 My favorite things Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 22 p. + p. 1a, 20a The scene continues: My favorite things Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. (p. 6-8) full score in ink & pencil; 13 p. Reprise: My favorite things Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 7 p. 42/11 No way to stop it Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 29 p. 42/12 Opening act II: Lonely Goatherd Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. 43/1 An ordinary couple Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 20 p. Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 14 p. + [1] p. insert On t.p.: "Verse: Not used!" 43/2 Sixteen going on seventeen Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 31 p. (including unused pages) For tawkin musheens; Understudy coda Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; [3] p. Note: not used in show; laid in with above score Reprise: Sixteen Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. 43/3 So long, farewell Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 17 p. Reprise: So long, farewell Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; p. 18 43/4 The sound of music: -Intro. Sound of music- Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 15 p. Reprise: The sound of music Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencils; 7 p. The scene continues Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [11] p. (various paginations) 43/5 [Miscellaneous full scores I] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink & pencil Includes: Nature music: #1 bridge to #2 Note: not used in show Interlude: after "The sound of music": no. 3 The scene continues: after "Maria": no. 5 The scene continues: -Vesper bells-: no. 8 Change of scene: -Bridge to scene 6-: no. 10 Sixteen-seventeen utility: -12- Change of scene: after "16 going on 17": no. 12 Bridge to scene 7: #12 Note: not used in show 43/6 [Miscellaneous full scores II] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink & pencil Includes: Gretl's crossover: Lonely goatherd: #15a Change of scene: The lonely goatherd: no. 15b Survive exit: #17 On t.p.: "Not used!" The party crossover: My favorite things: no. 20 The party: #21 Fox trot incidental: The party: #23 43/7 [Miscellaneous full scores III] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink & pencil Includes: Maria's farewell: end of scene: no. 25 Incidental: "-Do re mi underplay-": no. 27 Ordinary couple utility: [Change of scene]: #35 & #39 Wedding preparations I: The postulants' crossover: no. 36 Confitemini: #37a & #37b Change of scene: no. 41a Change of scene: no. 44a Chaser: replacing endings (bar 33): #47 Chaser Do re mi: 48a 43/8 [Miscellaneous incomplete full scores] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) incomplete full scores (3) in ink Includes: -- continuation of "The scene continues" (p. 6-9; {see "My favorite things")} -- ending of "The lonely goatherd" (p. 15) -- continuation of "Ordinary couple utility" (p. 3-8; {see [Miscellaneous full scores III]}) "South Pacific" (1949) lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II B/F Contents 44/1 Bali Ha'i: #15 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 32 p. Joe's Bali Ha'i: #16 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. Girls reprise Bali Ha'i: #27 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 11 p. 44/2 Bloody Mary Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 23 p. 44/3 Canary yellow Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. Canary yellow reprise Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 7 p. 44/4 [A] cockeyed optimist Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 19 p. Note: note laid in 44/5 [The] company street: scene 4 [&] 6 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 5 p. 44/6 [Dites-moi] Opening Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 10 p. 44/7 Do I have a chance: (Unspoken thoughts): #7 Arrangers' holograph (Bennett; unidentified) full score in ink & pencil; p. 1-4, 3 44/8 Entr'acte Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 20 p. 44/9 Finale act I Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 14 p. 44/10 [Finale ultimo] Emile returns Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 7 p. 44/11 Happy talk Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 37 p. + [5] unused pages 44/12 Honey Bun (& encore) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 32 p. [Honey Bun reprise]: 2-11-33: incidental Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 9 p. 44/13 [I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair] Wash that man Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 30 p. + p. 25a, 26a 44/14 Opening act II Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; 14 p. On folder: "Amateur dance" 44/15 Operation alligator: #46 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. 45/1 Overture to "South Pacific" Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 41 p. + 2nd p. 8 45/2 There is nothing like a dame Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. (p. 12-17, 27-31) full score in ink; 63 p. + [3 replaced pages] 45/3 This is how it feels Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 6 p. 45/4 This nearly was mine Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 13 p. 45/5 Twin soliloquies Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 10 p. 45/6 [A wonderful guy] New intro. to Wonderful guy; New Wonderful guy (from 12) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; [14] p. (variously paginated) Wonderful guy Ozalid of ms. full score; 31 p. On t.p.: "Reconstructed score 8/10/61" Encore: Wonderful guy Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; 5 p. Guy Viennese: #29 Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink & pencil; [10] p. Note: last page is an insert, the back of which reads "Out!" 45/7 [Younger than Springtime] Scene: Joe and Liatt: (Younger than Springtime) Arranger's holograph (Bennett) and unidentified ms. ([1] p. insert) full score in ink & pencil; 29 p. + [1] p. insert No. 29 from 9th bar of D-(28): reprise Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full score in ink; [6] p. 45/8 [You've got to be] carefully taught Arranger's holograph (Hans Spialek) full score in ink; 7 p. 45/9 [Miscellaneous full scores I] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink; ms. 2-piano score in pencil; printed piano-vocal score Includes: What were you running away from?: #5 Mary and Lootellan: #14 Into scene 9: #26 2-2-6 cue: entrance of Liat: #35 After Happy talk: incidental: #37 [You've got to be] carefully taught: no. 39 [2-piano score] You've got to be carefully taught (continued): no. 39a [piano-vocal score] After Emile's solo: [This nearly was mine]: #42 Now is the time utility: #43 45/10 [Miscellaneous full scores II] Arranger's holograph (Bennett) full scores in ink Includes: Waves: communication established: #44 What -- what -- goodbye!: communication discontinued: #45 Chaser: #49 Note: last 2 pages titled "Alligator bridge" Canary bridge to heart Card music: incidental to Twin soliloquy SERIES II -- NON-SHOW MUSIC B/F Contents 19/1 Aida Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. On t.p.: "Institute of Musical Arts" 19/2 All points west! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 28 p. Photocopy of copyist's ms. piano-vocal score; p. 27-28 19/3 The bombardier song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Note: written for the U.S. Air Force; published May 14, 1942 19/4 Cette heure Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. Clementine {see My Clementine} 19/5 Dear friend Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II Note: written for the 5th War Loan Drive, 1944 Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Note: sketches for "State Fair," "The weather changed," and unidentified included on p. [1]- [3] 19/6 Down on the Bahamas Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. At top: "Lynn Carter" On the Bahamas Holograph piano-vocal score in ink; [4] p. 19/7 The Dresden Sonata Holograph piano score in pencil; [2] p. 19/8 The Dutch Treat Club Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II 19/9 Fair is fair Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Richard Rodgers Laid in: holograph sketch and lyric sketch in pencil; [3] p. Note: official song for the World's Fair 1964-1965 {see also I have confidence in "The Sound of Music"} 19/10 Father of the man Holograph lead sheet in pencil, no lyric; [1] p. Laid in: holograph lyric sheet in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheet, dated 1971; [1] p. Note laid in: "First lyrics written by RR -- September 17th, 1960" 19/11 Flow on river Holograph piano-vocal score (unfinished) in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart 19/12 Good bad woman Holograph lead sheet in ink, no lyric; [1] p. 19/13 Good provider Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. 19/14 Gypsy dance Holograph piano score in pencil; [3] p. 19/15 Happy Christmas, little friend Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [6] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: written for "Life Magazine," 12/29/52; includes a waltz version of the refrain [Happy] xmas [little friend] Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: additional page of sketch material for refrain and verse 19/16 He was the last rose of summer Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart On t.p.: "Lillian M[ortar] 19/17 Here comes the lion Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; 4 p. Note: Entry in Columbia Univ. football song contest; originally found with "You'll Never Know" materials 19/18 In the heart of a motorman Holograph lead sheet in ink, no lyric; [1] p. 19/19 The land where the camp songs go Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil, typed lyric; [3] p. Music by Jerome Kern; words by Herbert Fields 19/20 Let me walk! Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart On t.p.: "Lillian M[ortar] 19/21 A lonely traveling man Holograph lead sheet in ink, no lyric; [1] p. 19/22 Manny Holograph sketch in pencil; [1] p. Typed lyric sheets (2); [1] p. each 19/23 The melting pot Holograph piano-vocal score in ink; [4] p. Ms. piano-vocal score in pencil, typed lyric; [3] p. 19/24 Melville Holograph condensed score in pencil; 4 p. 19/25 Mom Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. 19/26 Music in you Holograph lead sheet/sketch in ink/pencil; [2] p. Typed lyric sheet, annotations in pencil; 2 p. 19/27 My Clementine! Holograph piano-vocal score in ink; [3] p. Lyric by Herbert Fields Laid in: typed lyric sheet, dated 7/17/23; [1] p. Clementine Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 19/28 My hobby Holograph lead sheet in ink, no lyric; [1] p. 19/29 My idiot's delight Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [3] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart 19/30 My tent in Paradox Holograph piano-vocal score in ink; [3] p. {see also [Camp Paradox materials] in MISCELLANEOUS} 19/31 Nothing at all Holograph sketch/lead sheet in pencil; [1] p. On the Bahamas {see Down on the Bahamas} 19/32 Opening theme Holograph piano score in pencil; [1] p. 19/33 The P.T. boat song, or, Steady as you go Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II Note: written at the request of the U.S. Navy, 1943 Steady as you go Typed lyric sheet; [1] p. 19/34 Paradox victory song/chant Holograph piano-vocal score in ink; [2] p. 19/35 Rock Holograph sketch in pencil; [2] p. 19/36 Shakespeare of 1922 Holograph piano score/sketch in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart and Morrie Ryskind Note: "Shakespeare of 1921" written for Georgie Price 19/37 Shorty, the gunner Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Lyric by Lorenz Hart Laid in: photocopy of lyric sheet; [1] p. Note: written at the request of the U.S. Air Force Shorty Holograph lead sheet in ink, annotations in pencil; [1] p. Laid in: typed lyric sheets (3), pencil annotations on one; [1] p. Steady as you go {see The P.T. boat song} 19/38 Tiki-pu: also, "Baby's lullaby" Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [2] p. 19/39 Try Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil, no lyric; [3] p. 19/40 We want you to feel at home Holograph piano-vocal score in ink, no lyric; [3] p. 19/41 We're on our way: infantry song Holograph piano-vocal score in pencil; [4] p. Note: written by request of the U.S. Army, 1943 {see also [Sketches for "State Fair"]} 19/42 Willow pattern Holograph piano score/sketch in pencil, some lyric; 8 p. 19/43 Wiowani, Josi-Mosi, and Mee Mee themes; Opening act II -- curtain Holograph piano score in pencil; [3] p. Note: also includes "Olangtsi" theme 19/44 [Unidentified] Holograph piano score in pencil; p. 5-6 Holograph piano score in pencil; 2 p. At top: "Song -- not for any show," and "March 1962" SERIES III -- MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES B/F Contents 20/1 [M.S. 1] Holograph sketches in ink; [3] p. Includes: #2: "[You're too wonderful for me]" (from "Winkle Town", 1922) #3: "[I want a man]" (intended for "Winkle Town" but used in "America's Sweetheart", 1931) 20/2 [M.S. 2] Holograph sketches in pencil in small sketchbook with ship drawn on front; [22] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[You took advantage of me]" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [2,3]: "[Tell it to the Marines]" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [4]: "[Do I hear you saying,] I love you[?]" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [5]: "Verse [You took advantage of me]" (from "Present Arms", 1928), "[Is it the uniform?]" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [6]: "[I love you more than] yesterday" (from "Lady Fingers", 1929) p. [7]: "[Is it the uniform?]" (from "Present Arms", 1928), "Down by the sea (verse)" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [8,9]: "[A kiss for] Cinderella" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [10]: "[I'm a fool, little one]" (from "Present Arms", 1928), "[Crazy elbows] blues" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [11]: "Crazy elbows" (from "Present Arms", 1928) p. [12,13]: "Finaletto (This rescue is a terrible calamity!)" (from ("Present Arms", 1928) p. [13]: "Opening scene III act II" p. [15]: "[Better be good to me]" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928) p. [16]: "[Sleep, weary head]" (from "Chee Chee", 1928) p. [17]: "[In a great big way]: Li Li Wee solo" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928), "[Sleep, weary head]" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928) p. [18]: "[The color of her eyes]" (cut from "Spring Is Here", 1929; used in "Ever Green", 1930) p. [20]: "[I must love you]" (from "Chee- -Chee", 1928), "Verse Better be good [to me]" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928) p. [21]: "[The Tartar song]: March f minor" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928), "Cho[rus I must love you]" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928) p. [22]: "Moon of my delight" (from "Chee-Chee", 1928) 20/3 [M.S. 3] Holograph sketches in pencil and ink in "Academy Manuscript Book"; [16] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[A] cup of tea" (from "Lido Lady", 1926), "[A tiny flat near Soho Square]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [2]: "Verse [You're on the] Lido [now]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926), "[Lido Lady]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [3]: "[The beauty of another day]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [4]: "Verse Feature of show", "[My heart stood still]" (early version, first used in "One Dam Thing After Another", 1927, later used in "A Connecticut Yankee", 1927) p. [5]: "Verse [Ever-ready] Freddy" (for "Lido Lady", 1926), "[Try again tomorrow]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [6]: "Verse [Try again tomorrow]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [7]: "Morning is midnight" (cut from "Lido Lady", 1926), "[My heart is] Sheba [bound]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [8]: "[Two to eleven patter]: Passing of time" (from "Lido Lady", 1926), "Finale act I" (for "Lido Lady", 1926) p. [9]: "Chuck it!" (cut from "Lido Lady", 1926; used in "Peggy- Ann", 1926) p. [10-11]: "Finale act II" (includes "Here in my arms" on lines 1-3 of p. [11]; from "Lido Lady", 1926), "[Atlantic blues]" (from "Lido Lady", 1926; later used in "Present Arms", 1928, as "Blue ocean blues") p. [12]: "Venetian lady: verse" (may be "Birds on high" from "Betsy", 1926), "[Try]" {see also NON- SHOW MUSIC} p. [13]: "[Try]" (2 lines at top; {see also NON-SHOW MUSIC), "Hello!" (section in G major has same release as "Hello!" from "Peggy-Ann", 1926)} p. [14]: "[Sing]" (from "Betsy", 1926), "If I were you: [Refrain &] verse" (from "Betsy", 1926) p. [15]: "[A little birdie told me so]" (from "Peggy-Ann", 1926), "[The Kitzel engagement]: Opening Ziegfeld" (from "Betsy", 1926) p. [16]: "[This goes up]" (from "She's My Baby", 1928) Laid in: typed notes re sketches, dated 9/2/80; 10 p. (small) 20/4 [M.S. 4] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: top of p. [1]: "[With a song in my heart]" (from Spring Is Here, 1929) [M.S. 5] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[You are so lovely and I'm so lonely]" (sung in Something Gay, 1935), "[As though you were there]" (cut from Heads Up!, 1929) [M.S. 6] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: "Now I believe" (became "Isn't it romantic?" from Love Me Tonight, 1932), "Hands" (probably cut from "America's Sweetheart", 1931) 20/5 [M.S. 7] Holograph sketches in pencil; [12] p. Includes: p. [1]: "[I'm a] queen [in my own domain]" (cut from "Hollywood Party",1934) p. [2]: "Verse [Keep away from the] moonlight" (cut from "Hollywood Party", 1934) p. [3]: "[That's the] r[h]ythm of the day" (from "Dancing Lady", 1933) p. [4]: "Verse Dancing lady" (from "Dancing Lady", 1933), "Verse Door is open," "[That's the] r[h]ythm of the day" (from "Dancing Lady", 1933) p. [5]: "D[ancing] l[ady]" (from "Dancing Lady", 1933) [partial page] p. [6]: "Tomorrow's Sunday" p. [8]: "Verse Be a star" p. [9]: "Reincarnation" (from "Hollywood Party", 1934) p. [10]: "Verse [That's the] r[h]ythm [of the day" (from "Dancing Lady", 1933), "H[ollywood] P[arty]" (from "Hollywood Party", 1934) 20/6 [M.S. 8] Holograph sketches in pencil; [3] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Easy to remember" (from "Mississippi", 1935) p. [2]: "[Please] make me be good" (from "Let's Have Fun", 1935), "[I'll take a little of] you on toast" (from "Let's Have Fun", 1935) [M.S. 9] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "When your love lets you down" (became "There's a small hotel" which was cut from "Jumbo", 1935, and used in "On Your Toes", 1936) p. [2]: "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" (from "On Your Toes", 1936) 20/7 [M.S. 10] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "The circus comes to town" p. [2]: "Patter opening," "[Too good for the] average man" (from "On Your Toes", 1936) p. [3]: "Verse [Glad to be] unhappy" (from "On Your Toes", 1936), "Opening," "Refrain" p. [4]: "Verse Are you my love[?]" (from "Dancing Pirate", 1936) [M.S. 11] Holograph sketches in pencil; [4] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Solitaire" p. [2]: "Ballet," "Verse Who are you" (from the film version of "The Boys from Syracuse", 1940) p. [4]: "Verse [A] barking baby [never bites]" (from "Higher and Higher", 1940), "[Disgustingly] rich" (from "Higher and Higher", 1940) 20/8 [M.S. 12] Holograph sketches in pencil; [10] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Carretero"[sic](from "They Met in Argentina", 1941), "Cowboy" p. [2]: "Trio Ranchero," "Contrapunto" (from "They Met in Argentina", 1941), "New end for `Best of me'" p. [3]: "Chaco" p. [4]: "Plant you now, [dig you later]" (from "Pal Joey", 1940), "Sung in a parlor," "[Maiden?] now" p. [5]: "Tango" p. [7]: "Show," "Bewitched, bothered and bewildered" (from "Pal Joey", 1940), "Alter[nate] middle," "[Bewitched, bothered and bewildered: verse]" (from "Pal Joey", 1940) p. [8]: "[Take him]" (from "Pal Joey", 1940), "Lullaby?" p. [9]: "Ranchero," "Verse Simpatica" (from "They Met in Argentina", 1941) p. [10]: "On the track: verse" (from "They Met in Argentina", 1941), "N[orth] A[merica] meets S[outh] A[merica]" (from "They Met in Argentina", 1941) 20/9 [M.S. 13] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "1st love dance," "When the willow blooms," "Dressing the girl" p. [2]: "Festive dance" [M.S. 14] Holograph sketches in pencil; [2] p. Includes: p. [1]: "Go west," "Soldiers," "College girls" p. [2]: "Honeymoon," "Hurry" 20/10 [Unidentified sketches] Holograph sketches in pencil; [13] leaves 20/11 [Unidentified lyric sketches] Holograph lyric sketches in pencil & ink; [9] p. SERIES IV -- PHOTOGRAPHS B/F Contents 20/12 [Camp Paradox - 1920] Photograph of "The Faculty/1920," black & white; 9 1/4" x 7" {see also [Camp Paradox materials] in MISCELLANEOUS} 21/1 [ca. 1920-1947, 1953] Photographs (10) in black & white; 8" x 10" 21/2 [1955-1965] Photographs (8), 6 in black & white and 2 in color; 8" x 10" 21/3 [1976-1979, n.d.] Photographs (9) in black & white; 8" x 10" SERIES V -- MISCELLANEOUS B/F Contents 21/4 [Camp Paradox materials] "The Paradoxian," published at Camp Paradox, N.Y., some autographed; 7 issues (1918-1920, 1925) "Camp Paradox 1914" (informational booklet) {see also Paradox victory song/chant in NON-SHOW MUSIC} 21/5 [Letters] Carbon of typed letter (Eileen Minich to Harold Glick, 5/17/65) re original Rodgers' mss. sent to the Library of Congress Carbon of typed letter (9/1/64) describing mss. sent via letter above 21/6 [List re contents of Richard Rodgers Collection] Typed lists (2); 18 p. each 21/7 [Memorabilia] Invitation to Richard Rodgers exhibition at Hallmark Gallery, N.Y., 9/19/72 Keepsake from the event honoring Richard Rodgers at the Library of Congress, 6/4/80 Autographed guest list, 6/4/80 21/8 [65th birthday tribute to Richard Rodgers] Press release re tribute to Rodgers, 6/28/67; 2 p. Commemorative linen napkin of the song "Sweet sixty-five" (from "I'd Rather Be Right", 1937) Envelope (oversize)

APPENDIX

Song Titles Aida / NON-SHOW MUSIC All at once / "Babes in Arms" All at once you love her / "Pipe Dream" All dark people / "Babes in Arms" All er nothin! / "Oklahoma!" All I owe Ioway / "State Fair" All kinds of people / "Pipe Dream" All Points West! / NON-SHOW MUSIC Allegro / "Allegro" Allez-up! / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Amarillo / "They Met in Argentina" American beauty rose / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" The American rifle / "The Valiant Years" Angel without wings / "I Married an Angel" Animated objects / "I Married an Angel" Anna's bedroom / "The King and I" Anytime, anywhere, anyhow / "June Days" April fool / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925)" Arab friend / "Lawrence of Arabia" Arab military / "Lawrence of Arabia" Are you my love? / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 10] As far as I'm concerned / "Two by Two" As once I loved you / "Rex" As though you were there / "Heads Up!" Atlantic blues / "Lido Lady" Away from home / "State Fair" Away from you / "Rex" The Baby you love / "Me and Juliet" Baby's awake now / "Spring Is Here" Back to nature / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Bad news / "Too Many Girls" Bali ha'i / "South Pacific" The Band of the ne'er-do-wells / "If I Were King" Bargaining / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" A barking baby never bites / "Higher and Higher" Be my host / "No Strings" The Beauty contest / "Ever Green" The Beauty of another day / "Lido Lady" Beauty sequence / "I'd Rather Be Right" Because we're young / "Follow Thru" Beneath the southern cross / "Victory at Sea" Better be good to me / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Bewitched, bothered and bewildered / "Pal Joey" The Big black giant / "Me and Juliet" Big brother / "The Boys from Syracuse" Birds on high / "Betsy" Black diamond / "Hollywood Party" Bloody Mary / "South Pacific" Blow high, blow low / "Carousel" Blue Monday / "Higher and Higher" Blue ocean blues / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] The Blue room / "The Girl Friend" Bob-o-link / "Temple Bells" The Bombardier song / NON-SHOW MUSIC Boys and girls like you and me / "Oklahoma!" Bright canary yellow / "South Pacific" British military & music hall / "Lawrence of Arabia" The Brother department / "Two by Two" Bugle blow / "Betsy" Building up theme / "Victory at Sea" Bum's opera / "Pipe Dream" Bumper found a grand / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" Burning / "Hollywood Party" But the days on a planet / "Allegro" Bye and bye / "Dearest Enemy" Can't you do a friend a favor / "A Connecticut Yankee" Carefree careterro / "They Met in Argentina" Careless rhapsody / "By Jupiter" "Carousel" waltz / "Carousel" Carriers / "Victory at Sea" Cause we got cake / "Ghost Town" Cause we got cake / "Too Many Girls" Cette heure / NON-SHOW MUSIC Charming, charming / "Peggy-Ann" The Chase / "Rex" Chicago / "Pal Joey" Chop suey / "Flower Drum Song" Christmas at Hampton Court / "Rex" Chuck it! / "Peggy-Ann" Chuck it! / "Lido Lady" The Church / "The Valiant Years" Churchill is determined / "The Valiant Years" Cinderella / "Higher and Higher" The Circus is on parade / "Jumbo" The circus wedding / "Jumbo" Clementine / NON-SHOW MUSIC Clementine / NON-SHOW MUSIC Climb ev'ry mountain / "The Sound of Music" A cockeyed optimist / "South Pacific" College Baby! / "Bad Habits of 1925" The colour of her eyes / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] The colour of her eyes / "Ever Green" Come back to me / "I Picked a Daisy" Come home / "Allegro" Come to court / "Rex" Come with me / "The Boys from Syracuse" Comfort me / "Winkle Town" Contrapunto / "They Met in Argentina" Courtly etiquette / "If I Were King" The covenant / "Two by Two" Crazy elbows / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Creole crooning song / "The Girl Friend" A cup of tea / "Lido Lady" A cup of tea / "Spring Is Here" Cutting the cane / "They Met in Argentina" The damsel who done all the dirt / "The Girl Friend" Dancing lady / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 7] Dancing lady / "Hollywood Party" Dancing on the ceiling / "Ever Green" Dancing on the ceiling / "Simple Simon" Danse grotesque . la nSgre / "One Dam Thing After Another" The day Sven Gundersen died / "I Remember Mama" Dear friend / NON-SHOW MUSIC Dear Jane / "Rex" Dear old Syracuse / "The Boys from Syracuse" Death and debris / "Victory at Sea" Deep sea / "The Valiant Years" Den of iniquity / "Pal Joey" Diavolo / "Jumbo" Disgustingly rich / "Higher and Higher" Dites-moi / "South Pacific" Do I hear a waltz? / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Do I hear you saying, "I love you"? / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Do I love you because you're beautiful? / "Cinderella" Do it the hard way / "Pal Joey" Do-re-mi / "The Sound of Music" Doing a little clog dance / "Ever Green" Don't be afraid of an animal / "Androcles and the Lion" Don't come to court / "Rex" Don't laugh at Trina / "I Remember Mama" Don't marry me / "Flower Drum Song" Don't tell your folks / "Simple Simon" Down by the river / "Mississippi" Down by the sea / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Down on the Bahamas / NON-SHOW MUSIC The dresden Sonata / NON-SHOW MUSIC Dummy march / "Betsy" The Dutch Treat Club / NON-SHOW MUSIC Eager beaver / "No Strings" Easy come, easy go / "I Remember Mama" Easy to remember / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 8] Edelweiss / "The Sound of Music" The election / "One Dam Thing After Another" Elizabeth / "Rex" The emperor's thumb / "Androcles and the Lion" England at play / "The Valiant Years" Eternal stars / "Rex" Ev'ry day (comes something beautiful) / "I Remember Mama" Ev'ry Sunday afternoon / "Higher and Higher" Ev'rybody's got a home but me / "Pipe Dream" Ev'rything that's gonna be has been / "Two by Two" Ever-ready Freddy / "Lido Lady" Everybody loves Leona / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Everybody loves you / "Fools for Scandal" Everybody loves you / "I'd Rather Be Right" Everything I've got / "By Jupiter" Exercise / "Lido Lady" Face the facts / "I Married an Angel" Factories -- mechanique / "The Valiant Years" Fair is fair / NON-SHOW MUSIC Fair trade / "I Remember Mama" Falling in love with love / "The Boys from Syracuse" A fam'ly we will be / "I Remember Mama" Fan tan fanny / "Flower Drum Song" The farmer and the cowman / "Oklahoma!" Father of the man / NON-SHOW MUSIC The father of the bride / "Lawrence of Arabia" A fellow needs a girl / "Allegro" La femme a toujours vingt ans! / "Ever Green" Ferrovius / "Androcles and the Lion" Fiddle and geetar / "Victory at Sea" The field of cloth of gold / "Rex" Flow on river / NON-SHOW MUSIC The flower garden of my heart / "Pal Joey" Flute and Chopin / "The Valiant Years" Fol-de-rol / "Cinderella" Follow in our footsteps / "Androcles and the Lion" Food for scandal / "Fools for Scandal" Fool meets fool / "By Jupiter" Forty nights / "Two by Two" France gay / "The Valiant Years" From afar / "Rex" From another world / "Higher and Higher" From Naples to Rome / "Victory at Sea" The gateway of the Temple of Minerva / "By Jupiter" Gavotte / "Cinderella" The gentlemen is a dope / "Allegro" Geraniums in the winder / "Carousel" German band / "The Valiant Years" German unison / "The Valiant Years" Getting married to a person / "Two by Two" Getting to know you / "South Pacific" Getting to know you / "The King and I" Giant calliope / "Jumbo" Gigolo / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Gilding the guild / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) The girl friend / "The Girl Friend" The girl I love to leave behind / "Stage Door Canteen" The gitka's song / "Two by Two" Give it back to the Indians / "Too Many Girls" Give this little girl a hand / "Peggy-Ann" Glad to be unhappy / "Jumbo" Glad to be unhappy / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 10] Gliding through my memoree / "Flower Drum Song" Go east / "Too Many Girls" The golden ram / "Two by Two" Good bad woman / NON-SHOW MUSIC Good fellow mine / "The Girl Friend" Good idea for Joe / "Allegro" Good provider / NON-SHOW MUSIC Grandma / "Allegro" Grant avenue / "Flower Drum Song" A great big town / "Pal Joey" The greeks have no word for it / "Higher and Higher" The greeks have no word for it / "The Boys from Syracuse" Guadalcanal march / "Victory at Sea" Gypsy dance / NON-SHOW MUSIC / The happiest house on the block / "Pipe Dream" Happy Christmas, little friend / NON-SHOW MUSIC Happy hunting horn / "Pal Joey" Happy talk / "South Pacific" Harlemania / "Ever Green" Harmonia / "Ghost Town" Have you met Miss Jones? / "I'd Rather Be Right" He and she / "The Boys from Syracuse" He had twins! / "The Boys from Syracuse" He was the last rose of summer / NON-SHOW MUSIC He was too good to me / "Simple Simon" The heart us quicker than the eye / "On Your Toes" Heigh-ho, lackaday / "Dearest Enemy" Hello / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] Hello, young lovers / "The King and I" Henry Catherine scene / "Rex" Here comes the lion / NON-SHOW MUSIC Here we are again / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Here's a hand / "By Jupiter" Hey, girlie / "Two by Two" The highest judge of all / "Carousel" His chances are not worth a penny / "I'd Rather Be Right" Hollywood party / "Hollywood Party" The home guard / "The Valiant Years" A homogeneous cabinet / "I'd Rather Be Right" Honey bun / "South Pacific" Honeymoon ballet / "Hollywood Party" How can love survive? / "The Sound of Music" How can you forget? / "Fools for Scandal" How do you bring up children? / "I Remember Mama" How long? / "Pipe Dream" How sad / "No Strings" How to win friends and influence people / "I Married an Angel" How's your health? / "Higher and Higher" Howdy, Broadway / "Peggy-Ann" Hum to / "The Girl Friend" A hundred million miracles / "Flower Drum Song" Hunting ballet / "Simple Simon" Hunting scene / "Simple Simon" Hunting song / "Simple Simon" Hymn of victory / "Victory at Sea" A hymn sort of / "The Valiant Years" I am a witch / "Pipe Dream" I am going to like it here / "Flower Drum Song" I brought you a gift / "Rex" I cain't say no / "Oklahoma!" I can't complain / "Two by Two" I could write a book / "Pal Joey" I didn't know what time it was / "Too Many Girls" I do not know a day I did not love you / "Two by Two" I don't know how / "I Remember Mama" I enjoy being a girl / "Flower Drum Song" I have confidence / "The Sound of Music" I have dreamed / "The King and I" I have let the time run on / "Allegro" I have loved and I've learned / "The Sound of Music" I haven't got a worry in the world / "Happy Birthday" I keep on singing / "Mississippi" I know it can happen again / "Allegro" I like to recognize the tune / "Too Many Girls" I love you more than yesterday / "Lady Fingers" I must love you / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] I must love you / "Chee-Chee" I remember Mama / "I Remember Mama" I still believe in you / "She's My Baby" I want a man / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 1] I want a man / "America's Sweetheart" I want a man / "Lido Lady" I want to be a grocer / "The Chinese Lantern" I was there / "No Strings" I whistle a happy tune / "The King and I" I wish I were in love again / "Babes in Arms" I write, you read / "I Remember Mama" I'd like to take you home / "The Girl Friend" I'd like to take you home / "Bad Habits of 1925" I'd rather be right / "Fools for Scandal" I'd rather be right / "I'd Rather Be Right" I'll miss you / "Rex" I'll take a little of you on toast / "Let's Have Fun" I'll tell the man in the street / "I Married an Angel" I'm a fool, little one / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] I'm a queen in my own domain / "Hollywood Party" I'm broke / "You'll Never Know" I'm gonna wash that man right... / "South Pacific" I'm hard to please / "Follow Thru" I'm one of the boys / "Hollywood Party" I'm talking to my pal / "Pal Joey" I'm your girl / "Me and Juliet" I've got five dollars / "America's Sweetheart" I've got to get back to New York / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" Idylls of the king / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" If I give in to you / "Ever Green" If I loved you / "Carousel" If I were you / "Betsy" If I weren't king / "Cinderella" If the twig's bent / "Pal Joey" Imagine / "Babes in Arms" Impossible / "Cinderella" Impromptu song / "Ever Green" In a great big way / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] In Californ-I.A. / "America's Sweetheart" In my own little corner / "Cinderella" In the cool of the evening / "Ever Green" In the heart of a motorman / NON-SHOW MUSIC In time / "Rex" Innocent chorus girls of yesterday / "America's Sweetheart" Intermission talk / "Me and Juliet" Is it the uniform? / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Is my girl refined? / "Betsy" Is'nt it romantic? / "Love Me Tonight" Isn't it kinda fun? / "State Fair" It feels good / "Me and Juliet" It is not the end of the world / "I Remember Mama" It may rain / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" It might as well be spring / "State Fair" It never happened before / "Follow Thru" It's a darn nice campus / "Allegro" It's a grand night for singing / "State Fair" It's a scandal! It's a outrage! / "Oklahoma!" It's going to be good to be gone / "I Remember Mama" It's got to be love / "Jumbo" It's me / "Me and Juliet" It's pretty in the city / "Higher and Higher" It's the little things in Texas / "State Fair" Jack and Jill / "Say Mama" Jazz reception / "Heads Up!" Je m'en fiche du sex-appeal / "Ever Green" Johnny one note / "Babes in Arms" Jolly Churchill / "The Valiant Years" Jonathan / "I Picked a Daisy" Josi-Mosi theme and Mee Mee themes / {see Wiowani, Josi-Mosi} The joy spreader / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Jumping Jack! / "You'll Never Know" June is bustin' out all over / "Carousel" Jupiter forbid / "By Jupiter" Jury song / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Just a little lie / "You'll Never Know" Just a little souvenir / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Kansas City / "Oklahoma!" Keep 'em rolling! / "Keep 'Em Rolling" Keep away from the moonlight / "Hollywood Party" Keep it gay / "Me and Juliet" Keys to heaven / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Kings / "Rex" A kiss for "Cinderella" / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] The Kitzel engagement / "Betsy" Kralahome / "The King and I" La-la-la / "No Strings" Labor is the thing / "I'd Rather Be Right" Labor is the thing / "I Married an Angel" Ladies of the evening / "The Boys from Syracuse" The lady is a tramp / "Babes in Arms" Lady Luck is grinning / "Spring Is Here" A lady must live / "America's Sweetheart" Lady of heaven / "If I Were King" The land where the camp songs go / NON-SHOW MUSIC Landing / "Victory at Sea" L"ndler / "The Sound of Music" Lars, Lars / "I Remember Mama" Last week the English / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Laugh / "Jumbo" Lawrence theme / "Lawrence of Arabia" Laying the cornerstone / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" Let me walk! / NON-SHOW MUSIC Let's both go home and kiss our mothers / "A Connecticut Yankee" Let's sing a song about nothing / "Fools for Scandal" Lido lady / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] Life is unstable / "If I Were King" Life was monotonous / "By Jupiter" Life with Father / "By Jupiter" Life! Liberty! / "Higher and Higher" Like a god / "Flower Drum Song" The lion king / "Ever Green" A little birdie told me so / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] A little bit more / "I Remember Mama" Little girl blue / "Jumbo" Loads of love / "No Strings" Lolita / "They Met in Argentina" Lolita / "Pal Joey" The lonely goatherd / "The Sound of Music" Lonely room / "Oklahoma!" A lonely traveling man / NON-SHOW MUSIC Look no further / "No Strings" Look out! / "Too Many Girls" A lopsided bus / "Pipe Dream" Love knows best / "Fools for Scandal" Love like ours / "Hollywood Party" Love, look away / "Flower Drum Song" Love makes the world go / "No Strings" Love me tonight / "Love Me Tonight" Love never went to college / "Too Many Girls" Lovely day for a murder / "Higher and Higher" A lovely night / "Cinderella" Lover to lover / "Lawrence of Arabia" Lover to lover / "I Picked a Daisy" Lover! / "Love Me Tonight" Luftwaffe / "The Valiant Years" Lullaby / "I Remember Mama" Mah jong maid / "Bad Habits of 1925" Maine / "No Strings" Majestic England / "The Valiant Years" Make hey! Make hey! / "One Dam Thing After Another" Make way / "The Prisoner of Zenda" Mama always makes it better / "I Remember Mama" The man for me / "Love Me Tonight" The man I used to be / "Pipe Dream" The man who has everything / "No Strings" Manhattan / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Manny / NON-SHOW MUSIC Many a new day / "Oklahoma!" March of the royal Siamese children / "The King and I" March of the clowns / "Jumbo" Mare nostram / "The Valiant Years" Maria / "The Sound of Music" Marriage type love / "Me and Juliet" Maybe, maybe, maybe / "I Remember Mama" Me and Juliet / "Me and Juliet" Mee Mee theme and Mee Mee themes / {see Wiowani, Josi-Mosi} Melinda / "I Picked a Daisy" The melting pot / NON-SHOW MUSIC Melville / NON-SHOW MUSIC Memories of Madison Square Garden / "Jumbo" Mexico / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Michener / "Lawrence of Arabia" Mimi / "Love Me Tonight" Miners / "Ghost Town" Mister Snow / "Carousel" Mobody looks at the man / "Ever Green" Mom / NON-SHOW MUSIC Money isn't everything / "Allegro" Moon in my window / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Moon of my delight / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Moonlight Mama / "The Melody Man" The more I see of other girls / "Jumbo" The more I see of other girls / "Mississippi" More than just a friend / "State Fair" Mormon / "Ghost Town" Morning is midnight / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] Morning's at seven / "Higher and Higher" Mosquito fleet / "The Valiant Years" The most beautiful girl in the world / "Jumbo" A most disagreeable man / "I Remember Mama" Mother and daughters' march / "Cinderella" Mountain greenery / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Mr. Director / "You'll Never Know" Music & the emotions / "The Play's The Thing" Music in you / NON-SHOW MUSIC My best love / "Flower Drum Song" My Clementine! / NON-SHOW MUSIC My daughter / "Rex" My favorite things / "The Sound of Music" My friend / "South Pacific" My friend the night / "Hollywood Party" My funny valentine / "Babes in Arms" My girl back home / "South Pacific" My heart is Sheba bound / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] My heart stood still / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] My hobby / NON-SHOW MUSIC My idiot's delight / NON-SHOW MUSIC My king can do no wrong / "The Prisoner of Zenda" My lord and master / "The King and I" My Prince / "Too Many Girls" My romance / "Jumbo" My sweet / "America's Sweetheart" My tent in Paradox / NON-SHOW MUSIC Never go to Argentina / "They Met in Argentina" Never say no to a man / "State Fair" The next time it happens / "Pipe Dream" The night was made for dancing / "Hollywood Party" Ninety again / "Two by Two" Ninety again / "Two by Two" No more waiting / "Androcles and the Lion" No place but home / "Ever Green" No song more pleasing / "Rex" No strings / "No Strings" No understand / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" No way to stop it / "The Sound of Music" Nobody told me / "No Strings" Nobody's heart / "By Jupiter" North America meets South America / "They Met in Argentina" Not so innocent fun / "I'd Rather Be Right" Nothing at all / NON-SHOW MUSIC Nothing but you / "Higher and Higher" Nothing to do but relax / "By Jupiter" Nothing's wrong / "A Connecticut Yankee" Now is the time / "South Pacific" Now you leave / "The King and I" Oh, dear! / "The Prisoner of Zenda" Oh, Diogenes / "The Boys from Syracuse" Oh, so lovely! / "Simple Simon" Oh, what a beautiful mornin' / "Oklahoma!" Oklahoma / "Oklahoma!" Olangtsi theme and Mee Mee themes / {see Wiowani, Josi-Mosi} An old city boy at heart / "I Remember Mama" Old enough to love / "Dearest Enemy" An old man / "Two by Two" On the Bahama / NON-SHOW MUSIC On the track / "They Met in Argentina" On your toes / "On Your Toes" Once I was young / "Fools for Scandal" One a day / "Winkle Town" One foot, other foot / "Allegro" One of us should be two / "Betsy" An ordinary couple / "The Sound of Music" An orthodox fool / "No Strings" The other generation / "Flower Drum Song" Our private olympic games / "On Your Toes" Our "State Fair" / "State Fair" Out of my dreams / "Oklahoma!" Over and over again / "Jumbo" P.T. boat song / NON-SHOW MUSIC Paradox victory song/chant / NON-SHOW MUSIC Paris is really divine / "Peggy-Ann" The party that we're gonna have... / "Pipe Dream" Pas de deux / "Ghost Town" Pastoral / "The Valiant Years" La Patrie / "The Valiant Years" The pears of Anjou / "Rex" Peggy! Peggy! / "Peggy-Ann" People will say we're in love / "Oklahoma!" Perfectly lovely couple / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Perhaps / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Peter's journey / "Babes in Arms" Philadelphia / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Pierrot / "Love Me Tonight" Plant you now, dig you later / "Pal Joey" Please make me be good / "Let's Have Fun" The poor Apache / "Love Me Tonight" Poor Joe! / "Allegro" Poppa isn't Poppa anymore / "Two by Two" Poppa knows best / "Two by Two" Pore Jud is daid / "Oklahoma!" Possibly I'm cynical / "Allegro" Pottawatomie / "Too Many Girls" Prayer / "Too Many Girls" Prayer / "Hollywood Party" Prayer / "I Married an Angel" Prince is giving a ball / "Cinderella" La Princesse Zenobia ballet / "On Your Toes" Priscilla / "Say Mama" Prism, plums and prunes / "Up Stage and Down" Processional / "The Sound of Music" Progress / "One Dam Thing After Another" Put him away! / "Two by Two" A puzzlement / "The King and I" Quand notre vieux monde etait tout neuf / "Ever Green" Queen Elizabeth / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Rachel / "State Fair" A real nice clambake / "Carousel" Reincarnation / "Hollywood Party" Requiescat in pace / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Return from Dunkirk / "The Valiant Years" Rex / "Rex" Rhythm / "Babes in Arms" Rhythm / "The Show Is On" Rock / NON-SHOW MUSIC Rose of summer / "Ghost Town" The Royal Bangkok Academy / "The King and I" San Marco / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Saturday night / "Two by Two" Sea killer / "The Valiant Years" Send for me / "Simple Simon" Sentimental me! / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Shakespeare / "One Dam Thing After Another" Shakespeare of 1922 / NON-SHOW MUSIC Shall we dance? / "The King and I" She could shake the maracas / "Too Many Girls" The shortest day of the year / "The Boys from Syracuse" Shorty, the gunner / NON-SHOW MUSIC Show him the way / "Say Mama" Shuffle / "Betsy" Silver threads / "Bad Habits of 1925" Simpatica / "They Met in Argentina" Since I remember you / "Winkle Town" Sing / "Betsy" Sing for your supper / "The Boys from Syracuse" Sitting on the porch in the moonlight / "Allegro" Sixteen going on seventeen / "The Sound of Music" Ski troops / "The Valiant Years" Slaughter on Tenth Avenue / "On Your Toes" Sleep, weary head / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Sleeping beauty / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" Sleepyhead / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" So far / "Allegro" So long, farewell / "The Sound of Music" So much you loved me / "Rex" Softer than a kitten / "Simple Simon" Softer than a kitten / "Follow Thru" Soliloquy / "Carousel" Some enchanted evening / "South Pacific" Someone like you / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Someone should tell them / "One Dam Thing After Another" Someone should tell them / "A Connecticut Yankee" Someone woke up / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Something doesn't happen / "Two by Two" Something good / "The Sound of Music" Something, somewhere / "Two by Two" Something wonderful / "The King and I" The son-of-a-gun is nothing but a tailor! / "Love Me Tonight" Song of Russia / "The Prisoner of Zenda" The song of the roustabouts / "Jumbo" Song of the high seas / "Victory at Sea" Song of the king / "The King and I" The sound of music / "The Sound of Music" Speeches are gold / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Spic and Spanish / "Too Many Girls" Spring is here / "Spring Is Here" Spring is here / "I Married an Angel" State Fair / "State Fair" Stay / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Stay home with a book / "Too Many Girls" Steady as you go / NON-SHOW MUSIC Straight down the middle / "Lawrence of Arabia" Straight down the middle / "I Picked a Daisy" Strangers / "Androcles and the Lion" Strength is my weakness / "Androcles and the Lion" Strength is my weakness / "Two by Two" Submarines in a calm sea / "Victory at Sea" Such good fun / "I Remember Mama" Sunday / "Flower Drum Song" The sunny Pacific Islands / "Victory at Sea" The surrey with the fringe on top / "Oklahoma!" Suzy development / "Pipe Dream" Suzy is a good thing / "Pipe Dream" Sweet sixty-five / "I'd Rather Be Right" Sweet Thursday / "Pipe Dream" Sweetenheart / "Simple Simon" The sweetest sounds / "No Strings" The sweethearts of the team / "Too Many Girls" Take and take and take / "I'd Rather Be Right" Take him / "Pal Joey" Take the moment / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" The tartar song / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Te Deum / "Rex" Tell it to the Marines / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Tell me / "Rex" Tell me I know how to love / "I Married an Angel" Temple dance / "By Jupiter" The Temple of Minerva / "By Jupiter" Tempt me not! / "Too Many Girls" Ten cents a dance / "Simple Simon" Ten minutes ago / "Cinderella" Tennis champs / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" Terrible mother / "Lawrence of Arabia" Thank you so much / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" That terrific rainbow / "Pal Joey" That's for me! / "State Fair" That's the rhythm of the day / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- M.S. 7] That's the song of Paree / "Love Me Tonight" That's the way it happens / "Me and Juliet" The boy I left behind me / "By Jupiter" The merrie merrie / "Bad Habits of 1925" There are kings / "Rex" There is nothin' like a dame / "South Pacific" There's a boy in Harlem / "Fools for Scandal" There's a small hotel / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 9] There's music in you / Main Street to Broadway There's nothin' so bad for a woman / "Carousel" There's so much more / "America's Sweetheart" Thinkin' / "Pipe Dream" Thinking / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" This can't be love / "The Boys from Syracuse" This funny world / "Betsy" This goes up / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] This is my night to howl / "A Connecticut Yankee" This is not Long Island / "Spring Is Here" This isn't heaven / "State Fair" This nearly was mine / "South Pacific" This rescue is a terrible calamity! / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] Thou swell / "A Connecticut Yankee" The three B's / "On Your Toes" The three musketeers / "The Garrick Gaieties (1925) Tick-tick / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" The tide pool / "Pipe Dream" Tiki-pu / NON-SHOW MUSIC Time / "I Remember Mama" A tiny flat near Soho Square / "Lido Lady" To have and to hold / "Allegro" To please my king / "Rex" Too good for the average man / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 10] Too many girls / "Too Many Girls" Town hall tonight! / "The Girl Friend" Tramping along / "Peggy-Ann" Tramping along / "Peggy-Anne" A treaty, my sweetie, with you / "I'd Rather Be Right" A tree in the park / "Peggy-Ann" Try / NON-SHOW MUSIC Try again tomorrow / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] Turkey in the straw / "The Girl Friend" Twin soliloquies / "South Pacific" A twinkle in your eye / "I Married an Angel" Two by two / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Two little people / "Carousel" Two more loves] / "Allegro" Two of a kind / "The Girl Friend" Two short years / "Allegro" Two to eleven / "Lido Lady" Two-a-day for Keith / "On Your Toes" Uncle Chris! / "I Remember Mama" Velvet paws / "Androcles and the Lion" A very special day / "Me and Juliet" Virtue wins the day / "You'll Never Know" Wait till you see her / "By Jupiter" Wait till you see her / "Oklahoma!" Waiting / "The King and I" Waiting for the leaves to fall / "Ever Green" Wake up little theatre / "Me and Juliet" Waltz for a ball / "Cinderella" We kiss in a shadow / "The King and I" We want you to feel at home / NON-SHOW MUSIC We will be together / "State Fair" We're going to balance the budget / "I'd Rather Be Right" We're gonna be all right / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" We're on our way / NON-SHOW MUSIC We're staying here / "I Remember Mama" The wee golden warrior / "Rex" Wee little China rose / "The Chinese Lantern" Western people funny / "The King and I" What a lovely day for a wedding / "Allegro" What can you do with a man? / "The Boys from Syracuse" What did I have that I don't have / "I Picked a Daisy" What did I have that I don't have / "Lawrence of Arabia" What do we do? We fly! / "Do I Hear a Waltz?" What do you want with money? / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum" What kind of man / "I Remember Mama" What's the use of talking / "The Garrick Gaieties (1926)" What's the use of wond'rin' / "Carousel" When I go on the stage / "One Dam Thing After Another" When I go out walkin' with my baby / "Oklahoma!" When it dries / "Two by Two" When men are in love / "The Prisoner of Zenda" When the children are asleep / "Carousel" When the old world was new / "Ever Green" When you're falling in love with... / "I Married an Angel" When? / "I Remember Mama" Where is my son / "Rex" Where or when / "Babes in Arms" Where we came from / "I Remember Mama" Who are you? / "The Boys from Syracuse" Why do I? / "The Girl Friend" Why have you eyes / "I Married an Angel" Why me? / "Two by Two" Why? / "Rex" Why? why? why? / "The King and I" The wildcats are on a rampage / "Allegro" Will you marry me? / "Allegro" Willing and eager / "State Fair" Willow pattern / NON-SHOW MUSIC Winston depressed / "The Valiant Years" Winston is back in office / "The Valiant Years" Winston is back / "The Valiant Years" Wiowani, Josi-Mosi, and Mee Mee themes / NON-SHOW MUSIC Wish them well / "Allegro" Without love / "The Prisoner of Zenda" Without my money / "Two by Two" A woman needs something like that / "Love Me Tonight" Women / "Jumbo" Women are women / "I Married an Angel" Women without men / "I Remember Mama" A wonderful guy / "South Pacific" The worst of friends / "The Prisoner of Zenda" Would I not love you / "Rex" A writer writes at night / "I Remember Mama" Yankee, go home! / "No Strings" Yatata, yatata, yatata / "Allegro" Yodel if you can / "I Married an Angel" You / "Two by Two" You always love the same girl / "A Connecticut Yankee" You are beautiful / "Flower Drum Song" You are never away / "Allegro" You are so lovely and I'm so lonely / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES --[M.S. 5] You are so fair / "Babes in Arms" You are what I need / "A Connecticut Yankee" You could not please me more / "I Remember Mama" You couldn't please me more / "Two by Two" You don't tell me / "No Strings" You have cast your shadow on the sea / "The Boys from Syracuse" You have got to have a rudder on the ark / "Two by Two" You musn't kick it around / "Pal Joey" You never had it so good / "Allegro" You took advantage of me / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 2] You walked in / "State Fair" You'll never walk alone / "Carousel" You're nearer / "Too Many Girls" You're on the Lido now / MISCELLANEOUS SKETCHES -- [M.S. 3] You're too wonderful for me! / "Winkle Town" You've got the best of me / "They Met in Argentina" You've got to be carefully taught / "South Pacific" Younger than springtime / "South Pacific" Zip! / "Pal Joey" Zoo / "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum
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