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(1937)

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Rosalie
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Played during the opening credits and as background music often
Sung by Nelson Eddy
Danced by Eleanor Powell on a set of giant drums at the festival
Reprised by Nelson Eddy at the end
The Caisson Song
(1907) (uncredited)
Written by Edmund L. Gruber
Played during the opening credits
Sung by Nelson Eddy and cadets in the locker room
On, Brave Old Army Team
(1910) (uncredited)
Written by Philip Egner
Sung by Nelson Eddy, Ray Bolger and cadets at the football game
Anchors Aweigh
(1906) (uncredited)
Music by Charles A. Zimmerman
Lyrics by Alfred Hart Miles and R. Lovell
Played at the football game
Sung by Nelson Eddy, Ray Bolger and cadets at the football game
Who Knows?
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Camille Soray dubbing for Lois Clements at the party
Danced by Nelson Eddy and Eleanor Powell and other couples
Sung and whistled by Nelson Eddy
Reprised on a record
Reprised with Eleanor Powell dancing
I've a Strange New Rhythm in My Heart
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung and danced at Vassar by Eleanor Powell (dubbed by Marjorie Lane) with solo sections by Marie Arbuckle, Bernice Alstock, Eleanor Colson, Grace Neilson and Barbara Whitson
M'appari tutt'amor
from the opera "Martha" (1847) (uncredited)
Written by Friedrich von Flotow
Sung by Nelson Eddy
Why Should I Care?
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Frank Morgan through a dummy by ventriloquism
Danse russe (Allegro giusto)
(1911) (uncredited)
from "Pétrouchka"
Written by Igor Stravinsky
Played at the festival in the scene with puppets
Polovetsian Dances
(1887) (uncredited)
from "Prince Igor"
Written by Aleksandr Borodin
Danced to by the Albertina Rasch Dancers at the festival
Spring Love Is in the Air
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Ilona Massey at the festival
Caucasian Sketches, Op.10
(1894) (uncredited)
Written by Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov
Danced by the Albertina Rasch Dancers at the festival
Second Movement (Allegro con grazia)
(uncredited)
from "Symphony No.6 in B Flat, 'Pathétique' Op.74" (1893)
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Danced by the Albertina Rasch Dancers at the festival
Close
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Played as background music
In the Still of the Night
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Nelson Eddy
Played as background music on the ship and at West Point
The section of lyrics "Do You Love Me?" sometimes attributed as a separate song is part of this song
Goodbye Forever (Addio)
(uncredited)
Written by Francesco Paolo Tosti
Sung by Nelson Eddy
It's All Over But the Shouting
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Nelson Eddy and cadets at West Point
To Love or Not To Love
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Nelson Eddy, Ray Bolger and cadets at West Point
The Washington Post
(1889) (uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Marched by Eleanor Powell and cadets at West Point
The Stars and Stripes Forever
(1896) (uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Marched by Eleanor Powell and cadets at West Point
Danced by Eleanor Powell
El Capitan
(1896) (uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Marched by Eleanor Powell and cadets at West Point
Semper Fidelis
(1888) (uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Marched by Eleanor Powell and cadets at West Point
Parade
(uncredited)
Written by Herbert Stothart
Danced by the Albertina Rasch Dancers
Gaudeamus Igitur
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by Nelson Eddy and cadets
The Wedding March
(1843) (uncredited)
from "A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61"
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Hummed by Tommy Bond
Played in the finale
Oh Promise Me
(1889) (uncredited)
from comic opera "Robin Hood"
Music by Reginald De Koven
Lyrics by Clement W. Scott
Sung by Nelson Eddy in the finale

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