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Selznick International Theme
(1937) (uncredited)
Written by Alfred Newman
Played for the Selznick International Logo
(I Wish I Was in) Dixie's Land
(1860) (uncredited)
Written by Daniel Decatur Emmett
Played often in the score
Katie Belle
(uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for Tara and Twelve Oaks scenes
Under the Willow She's Sleeping
(1860 (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for Tara scenes
Lou'siana Belle
(1847) (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes
Dolly Day
(1850) (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes
Ring de Banjo
(1851) (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes
Sweet and Low
(1865) (uncredited)
Music by Joseph Barnby
In the score for the afternoon nap scenes
Ye Cavaliers of Dixie
(uncredited)
Composer unknown
In the score when Charles Hamilton challenges Rhett, and other sections
Taps
(1862) (uncredited)
Written by Daniel Butterfield
In the score for the death of Charles, and other sections
Massa's in de Cold Ground
(1852) (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score for the death of Charles and Frank
Maryland, My Maryland
(1861) (uncredited)
Music based the traditional German Christmas carol "O Tannennbam"
In the score at the bazaar in Atlanta and at the train depot
Irish Washerwoman
(uncredited)
Traditional Irish Jig
Dance music at the bazaar in Atlanta
Garryowen
(uncredited)
Traditional
Dance music at the bazaar in Atlanta
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
(1863) (uncredited)
Written by Louis Lambert
(Pseudonym for Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore)
In the score at Gettysburg and other sections
Weeping, Sad and Lonely (When This Cruel War Is Over)
(1862) (uncredited)
Music by Henry Tucker
In the score outside the Examiner Newspaper office
The Bonnie Blue Flag
(uncredited)
Traditional Irish tune
Lyrics by Harry McCarthy
[In the score at the depot and other sections]
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
(pub. 1856) (uncredited)
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1840)
In the score for Christmas at Aunt Pittypat's
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (The Boys Are Marching)
(1864) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by George Frederick Root
In the score during the siege
The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)
(1851) (uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
In the score at the train depot and during the intermission
Go Down Moses (Let My People Go)
(uncredited)
Traditional Negro spiritual
Sung by marching negro soldiers off to fight the Yankees
My Old Kentucky Home
(1853) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Foster
In the score in the birth of Melanie's baby sequence
Sung a cappella by Butterfly McQueen
Marching Through Georgia
(1865) (uncredited)
Written by Henry Clay Work
In the score during the escape from Atlanta, and other sections
Battle Hymn of the Republic
(circa 1856) (uncredited)
Music by William Steffe
In the score during the burning of Atlanta sequence
Beautiful Dreamer
(1862) (uncredited)
Music by Stephen Foster
Played during the intermission
Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair
(1854) (uncredited)
Music by Stephen Foster
Played during the intermission
Yankee Doodle
(ca. 1755) (uncredited)
Traditional music of English origin
In the score when the war is over
Stars of the Summer Night
(1856) (uncredited)
Music by Isaac Baker Woodbury
In the score during the New Orleans honeymoon
Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)
(1850) (uncredited)
from "Lohengrin"
Written by Richard Wagner
In the score after Scarlett's nightmare
Deep River
(uncredited)
Traditional
in the score at the lumber mill
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by guests at the party
London Bridge Is Falling Down
(uncredited)
Traditional children's song
In the score in London
Ben Bolt (Oh Don't You Remember)
(1848) (uncredited)
Music by Nelson Kneass
Poem by Thomas Dunn English (1842)
Sung a cappella by Vivien Leigh
(Unspecified Cue)
From the film His Brother's Wife
By Franz Waxman
[When Scarlett returns to Tara and learns that her mother has died]

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