Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart

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Rodgers and Hart (1)

Rodgers & Hart biographies:

Songwriters Hall of Fame Exhibit biographies:

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Selected well-known songs by Rodgers & Hart — adapted from a more inclusive list at Wikipedia

Songs in navy blue bold are included in the page Selected songs from 1925-1934. Songs in maroon bold are included in the page Selected standards from 1935-1942. See the index at top of this post for links to pages on selected individual songs.

  • 1925 – “Manhattan,” “Mountain Greenery” – from The Garrick Gaieties
  • 1927 – “Thou Swell” – from A Connecticut Yankee
  • 1928 – “You Took Advantage of Me” – from Present Arms
  • 1929 – “Spring Is Here (In Person)”* and “With a Song in My Heart” – from Spring Is Here
  • 1932 – “Lover,” “Mimi,” “Isn’t It Romantic?” – from Love Me Tonight
  • 1934 – “Blue Moon” – from Manhattan Melodrama
  • 1935 – “Little Girl Blue,” “My Romance,” “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World” – from Jumbo
  • 1936 – “There’s a Small Hotel” – from On Your Toes
  • 1937 – “Where or When,” I Wish I Were in Love Again,” “My Funny Valentine,” “Johnny One Note,” “The Lady is a Tramp” – from Babes in Arms
  • 1938 – “This Can’t Be Love,” “Falling in Love with Love” – from The Boys from Syracuse
  • 1938 – “Spring Is Here” – from I Married an Angel
  • 1939 – “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was” – from Too Many Girls
  • 1940 – “It Never Entered My Mind” – from Higher and Higher
  • 1940 – “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered,” “I Could Write a Book” – from Pal Joey
  • 1942 – “Wait Till You See Her” – from By Jupiter

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* “Spring Is Here (In Person)” — not the same song as “Spring Is Here” from 1938’s I Married an Angel

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dennis Mitchell
    Nov 05, 2012 @ 03:28:34

    I’m 80 years old and have been listening to this collection of songs all my life without really knowing that they were all written by the same two people. What a stroke of luck that each of them, a genius in his field, happened to fall on the other.
    Thank you for drawing it to my attention.

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