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P. G.'s Other Profession: The Lyrics of P. G. Wodehouse

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Title P. G.'s Other Profession: The Lyrics of P. G. Wodehouse
Description "Sir Galahad" from Leave It To Jane (Jerome Kern)

"My Castle in the Air" from Miss Springtime (Jerome Kern)

"Tell Me All Your Troubles Cutie" from Miss 1917 (Jerome Kern)

"You Never Knew About Me" from Oh Boy! (Jerome Kern)

"Rolled Into One" from Oh Boy! (Jerome Kern)

"You're the Top" from Anything Goes (Cole Porter)

"Siren's Song" from Leave It To Jane (Jerome Kern)

"You Can't Make Love By Wireless" from Beauty Prize (Jerome Kern)

"We're Crooks" from Miss 1917 (Jerome Kern)

"Go Little Boat" from Miss 1917 (Jerome Kern)

"Non-Stop Dancing" from The Beauty Prize (Jerome Kern)

"The Enchanted Train" from Sitting Pretty (Jerome Kern)

"Shimmy With Me" from The Cabaret Girl (Jerome Kern)

"There Isn't One Girl" from Sitting Pretty (Jerome Kern)

"If I Ever Lost You" from The Golden Moth (Ivor Novello)

"Napoleon" from Have a Heart (Jerome Kern)

"Bill" from Oh, Lady! Lady!/Showboat (Jerome Kern)

"Mr. Gravvins- Mr. Gripps) from The Cabaret Girl (Jerome Kern)

"Wait Till Tomorrow" from Leave It To Jane (Jerome Kern)

"Cleopatterer" from Leave It To Jane (Jerome Kern)

"The Land Where the Good Songs Go" from Oh Boy!/Miss 1917 (Jerome Kern)

"Anything Goes" from Anything Goes (Cole Porter)

All lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse; "You're the Top" and "Anything Goes" written in collaboration with Cole Porter; "You Can't Make Love By Wireless" written in collaboration with George Grossmith
Creator The New York Festival of Song
Date February 28, 2002

The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College
New York, NY
Contributor Sylvia McNair, soprano
Christianne Tisdale, soprano
Hal Cazalet, tenor
David Costabile, baritone
Steven Blier, pianist/arranger
Scott Kuney, guitar, mandolin, banjo
Laurence Maslon, stage director
Relation "Words and Words by a Lyrical P.G. Wodehouse"
by Anne Midgette

New York Times Music Review
March 5, 2002
Type Concert

Newspaper article

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Citation

The New York Festival of Song, “P. G.'s Other Profession: The Lyrics of P. G. Wodehouse,” Cook Music Library Digital Exhibitions, accessed October 21, 2021, http://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/cookmusiclibrary/items/show/575.