CAROLINE



Composer: Edward Kunneke
Lyricists: Edward Delaney Dunn; Harry B. Smith

Opened: January 31, 1923, Ambassador Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 151

Note: This show was called VIRGINIA out of town.   Out of town numbers were also credited to Al Goodman.  Unidentified medleys performed by The Great White Way Orchestra and by The Troubadours can be found on 78/Victor 19036.


Argentine (M: Al Goodman; Edward Kunneke):

1. 78/Path 020931 (Max Terr and Orchestra)
2. 78/Vocalion 14532 (Selvinís Orchestra)
3. 78/Edison 51150 (Atlantic Dance Orchestra)
4. 78/Okeh 4849 (Markels Orchestra)
5. 78/Columbia A 3860 (Ray Miller and His Orchestra)
6. Fascinating Nights, Vol. 1, CD/Operetta Archives OA 1012 (Robin De Leon, Peter Halverson, and Julie Wright with Victoria Kirsch, piano)
7. Operetta Delights, CD/Operetta Archives OA 1008 (Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra) (as "Argentine Fox-Trot")


Iím Only A Pilgrim (sheet music only):

1. 78/Vocalion 14549 (J. Harold Murray)


Loveís Last Day (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg):

An unverified radio transcription performed by the Harry Horlick Concert Orchestra is known to exist.


The Man In The Moon (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg):

1. 78/Vocalion 14549 (J. Harold Murray)
2. 78/Path 020931 (Max Terr and Orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 45348 (Lucy Isabelle Marsh with orchestra)
4. 78/Victor 19036 (The Troubadours)


Way Down South (M: Alfred Goodman; L: Harry B. Smith):

1. 78/Columbia A 3860 (Ray Miller and His Orchestra)


Unrecorded Material:

Finale Act 1
Finale Act 2
Hello, Hello (cut; music credited to Goodman in program)
Itís A Thrill! (cut)
Land Of Enchantment (Land Of Romance) (M: Al Goodman; Edward Kunneke) (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg)
The Old Virginia Reel
The Piper You Must Pay (Pay The Piper) (L: Harry B. Smith)
Rainbow Gold (M: Al Goodman) (cut)
Shoulder Arms (L: Harry B. Smith) (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg)
Some Day (M: Ralph Benatzky; L: Adrian Ross; Harry B. Smith) (sheet music only)
Sweetheart (L: Harry B. Smith) (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg)
Telling Fortunes (Your Fortune) (Opening Chorus) (L: Harry B. Smith) (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg)
Till Dreams Come True (M: Alfred Goodman) (cut)
Tis A Glorious Day (cut)
When I Say Itís So, Itís So
Who Cares For A Name
Will Oí The Wisp (L: Harry B. Smith) (music possibly written by Sigmund Romberg)