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My Gal Sal
(1905) (uncredited)
Written by Paul Dresser
Sung by Robert Gordon
Yosl, Yosl (Joseph, Joseph)
(1923)(uncredited)
Written by Samuel Steinberg and Nellie Casman
[Played several times during New York street scenes. Originally written for the Yiddish Theater]
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee
(1912) (uncredited)
Music by Lewis F. Muir
Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
Sung by Robert Gordon
Kol Nidre
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by Warner Oland (dubbed by Joseph Diskay)
Also sung later by Al Jolson
Dirty Hands, Dirty Face
(1923) (uncredited)
Music by James V. Monaco
Lyrics by Edgar Leslie, Grant Clarke and Al Jolson
Sung by Al Jolson
Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!)
(1922) (uncredited)
Music by Dan Russo and Ernie Erdman
Lyrics by Gus Kahn
Sung by Al Jolson
Kaddish
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by Cantor Joseff Rosenblatt
Blue Skies
(1926) (uncredited)
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Al Jolson
Piano performed by Bert Fiske
Mother of Mine, I Still Have You
(1927) (uncredited)
Music by Louis Silvers
Lyrics by Grant Clarke
Sung by Al Jolson during the dress rehearsal
My Mammy
(1918) (uncredited)
Music by Walter Donaldson
Lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young
Sung by Al Jolson at the Winter Garden performance
The Sidewalks of New York
(1894) (uncredited)
Music by Charles Lawlor
Played during the opening montage of the New York ghetto
In the Good Old Summertime
(1902) (uncredited)
Music by George Evans
Played at the saloon before young Jakie sings
Give My Regards to Broadway
(1904) (uncredited)
Music by George M. Cohan
Played at the train station and at Jack's arrival in New York
Romeo and Juliet Overture
(1868) (uncredited)
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
If a Girl Like You Loved a Boy Like Me
(uncredited)
Written by Gus Edwards and Will D. Cobb
Sérénade mélancolique opus 26
(1875) (uncredited)
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Played during the score
Pélleas och Mélisande: Mélisande
(1905) (uncredited)
Music by Jean Sibelius
Played during the score. The autor complained the unauthorized use of his music.
Kol nidrei opus 47
(1881) (uncredited)
Music by Max Bruch
Played during the score. The main theme of the Bruch's work (traditional) is the same than the tradional the theme sung in the film

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