Broadway Celebrates the Big Apple
Over 100 Years of Show Tunes About New York CityPrinted Music - 2009
Almost every theater writer of note has penned songs about New York, including the Gershwin brothers, Rodgers and Hart, Comden and Green, and Cole Porter. This book celebrates over 100 years of show tunes about New York, from George M. Cohan's "Give My Regards to Broadway" to more recent hits from shows like "I Love You Because" and "My Favorite Year." Titles: 42nd Street * At the Roxy Music Hall * Broadway Baby * Confession of a New Yorker * Dancin' on the Sidewalk * Drop Me Off in Harlem * Ev'ry Street's a Boulevard in Old New York * Give My Regards to Broadway * I Happen to Like New York * Let's Take a Walk Around the Block * Lounging at the Waldorf * New York, New York * Sunday in the Park * Take Me Back to Manhattan * The Streets of New York * There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York * Union Square * Wall Street * West End Avenue and many more.
Publisher: Van Nuys, Calif. : Alfred Pub. Co. c2009.
Branch Call Number: M 782.14/BROADWAY
Characteristics: 1 vocal score (255 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
Alternative Title: Over 100 years of show tunes about New York City