Judy Garland duet medleys, from The Judy Garland Show, 1963-1964, part 1

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note: These are not arranged in chronological order; they’re in no specific order.

Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli

Let Me Entertain You / Two Lost Souls medley — from Episode #3 of The Judy Garland Show, taped July 16, 1963; aired November 17, 1963

  • Let Me Entertain You (m. Jule Styne, w. Stephen Sondheim) – from the musical Gypsy, 1959
  • Two Lost Souls (m. Richard Adler, w. Jerry Ross) – from the musical Damn Yankees, 1955
  • Maybe I’ll Come Back (Charles L. Cooke, Howard C. Jeffrey)

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Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand

Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again medley — Episode #9, taped October 4, 1963; aired October 6, 1963

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Hooray For Love medley — Episode #9 taped October 4, 1963; aired October 6, 1963

  • Hooray for Love (Judy and Barbra)
  • After You’ve Gone (Judy)
  • By Myself (Barbra)
  • ‘S Wonderful (Judy and Barbra)
  • How About You? (Judy and Barbra)
  • Lover, Come Back to Me (Barbra)
  • You and The Night and The Music (Judy)
  • It All Depends On You (Judy and Barbra)

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Judy Garland and Vic Damone

West Side Story medley — Episode #17, taped December 20, 1963; aired January 19, 1964

  • Maria (Vic)
  • Something’s Coming (Judy)
  • Maria (reprise, Vic)
  • Somewhere (Judy and Vic)
  • Tonight (Judy and Vic)

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Judy Garland and Diahann Carroll

Harold Arlen and Richard Rodgers medley — Episode #21, taped January 31, 1964; aired February 16, 1964

  • Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (m. George Gershwin, w. Ira Gershwin; special material by Mel Tormé) – Shall We Dance (film), 1937
  • It’s Only a Paper Moon (m. Harold Arlen, w. E. Y. Harburg and Billy Rose) – Take a Chance, 1933
  • Dancing on the Ceiling (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Lorenz Hart) – Ever Green, 1930
  • That Old Black Magic (m. Harold Arlen, w. Johnny Mercer) – Star-Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942
  • The Gentleman is a Dope (m. Richard Rogers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – Allegro, 1947
  • Ill Wind (m. Harold Arlen, w. Ted Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1934
  • It Might as Well Be Spring (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) – State Fair (film), 1945
  • Hit the Road to Dreamland (Arlen, Mercer) – Star Spangled Rhythm (film), 1942
  • Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – Oklahoma!, 1943
  • Stormy Weather (Arlen-Koehler) – Cotton Club Parade, 1933
  • Lets Take the Long Way Home (Arlen, Mercer) – Here Come the Waves (film), 1944
  • Bali Ha’i (Rodgers & Hammerstein) – South Pacific, 1949
  • Manhattan (Rodgers & Hart) – Garrick Gaieties (revue), 1925
  • The Sweetest Sounds (Rodgers) – No Strings, 1962
  • Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home (Arlen, Mercer) – St. Louis Woman, 1946

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Got the warm all overs a-smoothin’ my worried brow

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Published a new page today, on the song “I Never Has Seen Snow,” which was written, with music by Harold Arlen and words by Truman Capote and Harold Arlen, for the 1954 Broadway musical House of Flowers. Here’s a link to the page:

I Never Has Seen Snow

Recordings included in the page:

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  • Diahann Carroll — from the original Broadway cast recording LP House of Flowers, Columbia Masterworks ‎ML 4969, OL 4969, released in 1955
  • Percy Faith — from the 1956 album Plays Music From The Broadway Production House Of Flowers, Columbia CL-640
  • Beverly Kenney — from the 1957 album Sings with Jimmy Jones and “The Basie-Ites”, (US) Roost RLP 2218, (UK) Vogue VA 160141
  • Quincy Jones — from the 1959 LP The Great Wide World of Quincy Jones, Mercury SR 60221 (Stereo), Mercury MG 20561, MG-20561 (Mono)
  • Eileen Farrell with Percy Faith and his Orchestra — from the 1962 album This Fling Called Love, Columbia CS 8539
  • Liza Minnelli — from her 1965 LP It Amazes Me, Capitol Records ST 2271, ST-2271; with orchestra arranged and conducted by Peter Matz
  • Audra McDonald — from her 2000 CD album How Glory Goes, (US) Nonesuch 79580-2, (Germany) Nonesuch WE810
  • Audra McDonald — live performance, date unknown
  • Audrey Lavine — from her 2002 album At Home With Arlen, Ostinato 2266
  • Vanessa Williams — from the 18 July 2004 episode of Evening at Pops, with Keith Lockhart conducting; featuring Martha Babcock on cello
  • Shelly Watson with Karen Schwartz on piano — Christmas show at Don’t Tell Mama, NYC, 22 December 2007
  • Alison Alampi — performs at Marymount Manhattan College, 16 May 2011
  • Beth Lanza — in the cabaret show “Nobody’s Side: Broadway’s Cult Classics” at Davenport’s Piano Bar, Chicago, 28 July 2011
  • Amasia Gordon — published on YouTube, 31 May 2014
  • Alia Hodge — Bill Casey Senior Rep Studio Recital, 16 December 2014 at The Boston Conservatory
  • Kyra Selman — Rogue Songs Benefit concert at Prospect Theatre, 15 September 2016
  • Angel Harrison — at the West End Lounge in NYC; published on YouTube, 3 May 2017
  • Olivia London — at the West End Lounge in NYC; published on YouTube, 12 September 2018

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