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THE DICKEY-BIRD-SONG
(uncredited)
By Howard Dietz & Sammy Fain
Sung by Jeanette MacDonald and Jane Powell, Elinor Donahue (dubbed by Jean Garbo) and Ann E. Todd (dubbed by Patt Hyatt)
WHERE THERE'S LOVE
(uncredited)
Based on a Waltz from 'Der Rosenkavelier'
Written by Richard Strauss & Earl K. Brent
Sung by Jeanette MacDonald
ALMA MATER
(uncredited)
Written by George Stoll & Billy Kalze
Sung by Jane Powell and choir
RUMANIAN RHAPSODY IN A, OPUS 11, NO. 1
(uncredited)
By Georges Enesco
Played on Piano by José Iturbi & Amparo Iturbi with Larry Adler
SPRINGTIDE (Der Frühling, Op. 33, No. 2)
(uncredited)
Music by Edvard Grieg
English lyrics by Nathan Haskell Dole
Sung by Jeanette MacDonald and Jane Powell
Played on Piano by Jeanette MacDonald
LIEBESTRAUM
(uncredited)
Written by Franz Liszt
Played on Piano by José Iturbi
ROUTE 66
(uncredited)
Written by Bobby Troup
Sung by Jane Powell
Played on Piano by José Iturbi
PASSEPIED
(uncredited)
Written by Léo Delibes & Princess Anna Eristoff
Sung by Jane Powell
YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU
(uncredited)
Written by Joseph McCarthy & James V. Monaco
Sung by Jeanette MacDonald
JE VEUX VIVRE
(uncredited)
Juliet's Waltz from 'Romeo and Juliet'
By Charles Gounod
Sung by Jane Powell
FLEURETTE
(uncredited)
By Victor Herbert & Ralph Freed
Sung by Jane Powell
HUNGARIAN FANTASY
(uncredited)
Written by Franz Liszt
Danced by Jeanette MacDonald and José Iturbi
SWEETHEARTS
(uncredited)
Written by Bob Wright, Chet Forrest, & Victor Herbert
Sung by Jeanette MacDonald
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
(uncredited)
Written by Patty S. Hill & Mildred J. Hill
Sung by Jane Powell, Elinor Donahue (dubbed by Jean Garbo), Ann E. Todd (dubbed by Patt Hyatt)
RITUAL FIRE DANCE
(uncredited)
By Manuel de Falla
Performed by uncredited dancers
PIANO SONATO NO.11, IN A, K331
(uncredited)
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Played on Piano by José Iturbi
ALLEGRO APPASSIONATO, OPUS 10
(uncredited)
By Camille Saint-Saëns
Played on Piano by José Iturbi
HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY NO. 11
(uncredited)
By Franz Liszt

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