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Make Mine Music
(1946) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Ken Darby and Eliot Daniel
Sung by an offscreen chorus during the opening credits
The Martins and the Coys
(1936)
Music and Lyrics by Al Cameron (uncredited) and Ted Weems (uncredited)
Sung by The King's Men
(Scene removed in recent editions and on video)
Blue Bayou
(1946)
Written by Bobby Worth (uncredited) and Ray Gilbert (uncredited)
Performed by Ken Darby Chorus
All the Cats Join In
(1945)
Music by Eddie Sauter (uncredited)
Lyrics by Alec Wilder (uncredited) and Ray Gilbert (uncredited)
Performed by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (uncredited) and sung by a chorus
Without You (Bis ans Ende der Welt)
(1942)
Music by Osvaldo Farrés (uncredited)
Spanish Lyrics by Ralph Maria Siegel (uncredited)
English lyrics by Ray Gilbert (uncredited)
Sung in English by Andy Russell
Casey at the Bat
(1946)
Based on the poem by Ernest Lawrence Thayer (uncredited) (1888)
Written by Ray Gilbert (uncredited), Ken Darby (uncredited) and Eliot Daniel (uncredited)
Performed by Jerry Colonna
A Hot Time in the Old Town
(1896) (uncredited)
Music by Theo. A. Metz
In the score during the "Casey at the Bat" number
Two Silhouettes
(1945)
Music by Charles Wolcott (uncredited)
Lyrics by Ray Gilbert (uncredited)
Sung by Dinah Shore
Danced by Tatiana Riabouchinska and David Lichine
Peter and the Wolf
(1936)
Written by Sergei Prokofiev (as Serge Prokofieff)
Told by Sterling Holloway
Performed by Symphonie-Orchester Graunke (uncredited)
Conducted by Kurt Graunke (uncredited)
After You've Gone
(1918)
Music by Turner Leighton (uncredited)
Lyrics by Henry Creamer (uncredited)
Performed by Cozy Cole (as Cole), Sid Weiss (as Weiss), Teddy Wilson (as Wilson), and Benny Goodman (as Goodman)
Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet
(1945)
Music by Allie Wrubel (uncredited)
Lyrics by Allie Wrubel (uncredited) and Ray Gilbert (uncredited)
Sung by The Andrews Sisters
The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met
(1946)
Compiled by Nelson Eddy (uncredited)
Performed by Nelson Eddy
Shortnin' Bread
(1900) (uncredited)
Written by James Whitcomb Riley
Sung by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Largo al factotum
(1816) (uncredited)
from "Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)"
Music by Gioachino Rossini
Libretto by Cesare Sterbini
Sung by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Chi mi freno in tal momento?
(1835) (uncredited)
aka "Sextet"
from "Lucia di Lammermoor"
Music by Gaetano Donizetti
Libretto by Salvatore Cammarano
Sung by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Pseudo I Pagliacci Passage' (1946) (uncredited) Written by [link=nm0248904] Sung as tenor by [link=nm0248904] in
The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Tristan und Isolde
(1865) (uncredited)
Written by Richard Wagner
Excerpt Sung as tenor and soprano by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Mefistofele
(1867) (uncredited)
Written by Arrigo Boito
Excerpt Sung as bass by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Mag der Himmel Euch Verbegen
(1847) (uncredited)
from Martha
Music by Friedrich von Flotow
Libretto by Friedrich Wilhelm Riese
Sung as tenor and two baritones by Nelson Eddy in "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" number
Tres Palabras
(uncredited)
(Bis ans Ende der Welt)
Music by Osvaldo Farrés
Lyric by Ralph Maria Siegel and Jacques Larue
Sung by Nat 'King' Cole, Liselotte Malkowsky, and André Toffel

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