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(1933)

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God Save the King!
(1744) (uncredited)
Traditional
Played during the opening credits and at the end
Cavalcade March Song
(1932) (uncredited)
Music by Louis De Francesco
Lyrics by Reginald Berkeley
Sung by a chorus during the opening credits
Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D Major, Op. 39
(1901) (uncredited)
Music by Edward Elgar
In the score for the opening scene and at the end of World War I
Auld Lang Syne
(1788) (uncredited)
Traditional Scottish 17th century music
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Sung a cappella by Clive Brook and by all at the pier
Played often in the score
Soldiers of the Queen
(ca. 1894) (uncredited)
Written by Leslie Stuart
Sung a cappella by Herbert Mundin
Played by the band at the pier
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
(1863) (uncredited)
Written by Louis Lambert
Played by the band at the pier
Reprised by them when the soldiers return
Girls of the C.I.V.
(1931) (uncredited)
Written by Noël Coward
Sung in a show by an unidentified woman and chorus
Mirabelle
(1931) (uncredited)
Written by Noël Coward
Sung in a show by Ann Shaw, Adele Crane and Stuart Hall
Sonata No. 2 in Bb-, Op. 35: Marche Funebre
(1837) (uncredited)
Music by Frédéric Chopin
Played by a band for Queen Victoria's funeral
Kaiserwalzer (Emperor Waltz), Op. 437
(1889) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played at a ball; Reprised on the Titanic
A Bird in a Gilded Cage
(1900) (uncredited)
Music by Harry von Tilzer
Played on a hurdy gurdy
An der schönen, blauen Donau (On the Beautiful Blue Danube), Op. 314
(1867) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played by an off-screen band
Shall We Gather at the River
(1864) (uncredited)
Written by Robert Lowry
Played by a band outside the bar
I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside
(1907) (uncredited)
Written by John Glover Kind
Sung by an unidentified male and chorus at the beach
Take Me Back to Yorkshire
(1910) (uncredited)
Written by Harry Castling and Fred Godfrey
Sung by an unidentified male and chorus at the beach
Nearer My God, to Thee
(1856) (uncredited)
Music by Lowell Mason
In the score during the Titanic scenes
Rule Britannia
(1740) (uncredited)
Music by Thomas Augustine Arne
Lyrics by James Thomson
Briefly sung a cappella off-screen
I'll Make a Man of You
(1914) (uncredited)
Written by Arthur Wimperis and Herman Finck
Sung by one of the recruiting girls in a nightclub
Your King and Country Want You
(1914) (uncredited)
Written by Paul Rubens
Sung by one of the recruiting girls in a nightclub
Military Mary Ann
(1909) (uncredited)
Music by Louis A. Hirsch
Lyrics by Edward Madden
Sung by one of the recruiting girls in a nightclub
You Are My Day Dream
(1932) (uncredited)
Music by Louis De Francesco
Lyrics by Reginald Berkeley
Sung a cappella by Ursula Jeans
It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary
(1912) (uncredited)
Music by Jack Judge
Lyrics by Harry Williams
Sung by the marching soldiers
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!
(1915) (uncredited)
Music by Felix Powell
Lyrics by George Asaf
Sung by the marching soldiers
Also in the score for the armistice
Keep the Home Fires Burning
(1915) (uncredited)
Music By Ivor Novello
Lyrics by Lena Guilbert Ford
Sung by the marching soldiers
Yankee Doodle
(ca. 1755) (uncredited)
Traditional music of English origin
In the score during the war montage
Twentieth Century Blues
(1931) (uncredited)
Written by Noël Coward
Sung by Ursula Jeans
Chaos in Jazzland
(uncredited)
Music by Arthur Lange
Lover of My Dreams
(1931) (uncredited)
Written by Noël Coward
I Fee'd a Man at Michelmas
(uncredited)
Written by Leslie Stuart
Valse des enfants
(uncredited)
Written by Frank Tresselt
Oh, You Beautiful Doll
(1911) (uncredited)
Music by Nat Ayer
Lyrics by A. Seymour Brown
Annie Laurie
(ca 1834) (uncredited)
Traditional
Lyrics by Lady John Scott (Alicia Spottiswoode) (ca 1834)
The Girl I Left Behind Me
(uncredited)
Traditional
Good-bye Dolly Gray
(1900) (uncredited)
Music by Paul Barnes
Lyrics by Will D. Cobb
Madelon
(1914) (uncredited)
Music by Camille Robert (song "Quand Madelon")
French Lyrics by Louis Bousquet
English version by Al Bryan
Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo (Mad'moiselle from Armentieres)
(1921) (uncredited)
Music by Irwin Dash
Lyrics by Al Dubin and Joe Mittenthal
Auprès de ma blonde
(uncredited)
Traditional
Les trois capitaines
(uncredited)
Traditional
Das Lied der Deutschen
(1797) (uncredited)
aka "Deutschland Über Alles"
Music by Franz Joseph Haydn (1797)
Lyrics by August Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben (1841)
La Marseillaise
(1792) (uncredited)
Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
Over There
(1917) (uncredited)
Music by George M. Cohan
La Brabançonne
(1830) (uncredited)
(The Belgian National Anthem)
Music by François van Campenhout
Lyrics by Jenneval

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