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That's Entertainment!

Songs from M-G-M's Greatest Movie Musicals

By Dan Coates

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Piano - Easy Piano
Songs from M-G-M's Greatest Movie Musicals. Arranged by Dan Coates. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Movie. Book. 128 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.31946).

Item Number: AP.31946
ISBN 0739057545. Movie.

Enjoy the best songs from MGM's greatest movie musicals of all time! Play and sing along to classics such as "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Singin' in the Rain," "New York, New York," "That's Entertainment!" and many more. These accessible Easy Piano arrangements by Dan Coates also include helpful fingering.

Titles: All of You * Begin the Beguine * But Not for Me * Dancing in the Dark * Dear Mr. Gable/You Made Me Love You * Easy to Love * Fascinating Rhythm * For Me and My Gal * From This Moment On * Get Happy * Gigi * Good Morning * Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo * I Got Rhythm * I Wanna Be Loved by You * Just One of Those Things * The Lady Is a Tramp * Love Is Here to Stay * Manhattan * New York, New York * Over the Rainbow * Puttin' On the Ritz * Singin' in the Rain * Smoke Gets in Your Eyes * Taking a Chance on Love * That's Entertainment! * There's No Business Like Show Business * They Can't Take That Away from Me * Thou Swell * The Trolley Song * True Love * You Are My Lucky Star.

  • Love Is Here to Stay (from "Goldwyn Follies")  Composed by George Gershwin;Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • The Lady Is a Tramp (from "Babes in Arms")  Composed by Richard Rodgers;Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  • Manhattan  Composed by Richard Rodgers;Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  • They Can't Take That Away from Me (from "Shall We Dance")  Composed by George Gershwin;Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • New York New York (from "On the Town")  Composed by Leonard Bernstein;Lyrics by Betty Comden; Adolph Green
  • But Not for Me (from "Girl Crazy")  Composed by George Gershwin;Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • I Got Rhythm  Composed by George Gershwin;Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • Begin the Beguine (from "Jubilee")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • Get Happy  Composed by Harold Arlen;Lyrics by Ted Koehler
  • Just One of Those Things (from "High Society")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • Dancing in the Dark (from "The Band Wagon")  Composed by Arthur Schwartz;Lyrics by Howard Dietz,Howard Dietz
  • I Wanna Be Loved by You (from "Good Boy")  Composed by Herbert Stothart; Harry Ruby;Lyrics by Bert Kalmar
  • Thou Swell  Composed by Richard Rodgers;Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  • From This Moment On (from "Out of This World")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • Gigi (from "Gigi")  Composed by Frederick Loewe;Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
  • Good Morning (from "Singin' in the Rain")  Composed by Nacio Herb Brown;Lyrics by Arthur Freed
  • The Trolley Song (from "Meet Me in St. Louis")  Composed by Ralph Blane;Lyrics by Hugh Martin
  • Hi-lili Hi-lo  Composed by Bronislau Kaper;Lyrics by Helen Deutsch
  • Over The Rainbow (From "The Wizard Of Oz")  Composed by Harold Arlen;Lyrics by E.Y. "Yip" Harburg
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes  Additional credits Jerome Kern; Otto Harbach
  • Singin' in the Rain (from "Singin' in the Rain")  Composed by Nacio Herb Brown;Lyrics by Arthur Freed
  • You Are My Lucky Star  Composed by Nacio Herb Brown;Lyrics by Arthur Freed
  • Taking A Chance On Love  Composed by Vernon Duke;Lyrics by John LaTouche; Ted Fetter
  • Easy to Love (from "Anything Goes")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • All of You (from "Silk Stockings")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • True Love (From "High Society")  Composed by Cole Porter
  • That's Entertainment  Composed by Arthur Schwartz;Lyrics by Howard Dietz,Howard Dietz
  • For Me And My Gal  Composed by Geo W. Meyer;Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Edgar Leslie
  • There's No Business Like Show Business  Composed by Irving Berlin
  • Fascinating Rhythm  Composed by George Gershwin;Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • Puttin' on the Ritz  Additional credits Irving Berlin
  • Dear Mr. Gable  Composed by Roger Edens