Composer: A. Baldwin Sloane
Lyricist: E. Ray Goetz

Opened: August 5, 1912, Broadway Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 104

The Million Dollar Ball (M/L: E. Ray Goetz; Irving Berlin):

1. 78/Victor 17172 (Billy Murray with orchestra)

Oh You Circus Days (M: James V. Monaco; L: Edith Maida Lessing) (added after opening):

1. 78/Edison 51250 L (Robert White with quartet accompaniment)
2. 78/Columbia 39024 (Harry James and His Orchestra) [also 7”/Columbia 1-847; reissued on Big John Special ’49, CD/Hep HEPCD 24]
3. Sounds of The Circus, Vol. 11, CD/Orchard 1568 (South Shore Concert Band)

On The Mississippi (M: Harry Carroll; Arthur Fields; L: Ballard Macdonald) (also used in THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY):

1. 78/Columbia A 1307 (Prince’s Band)
2. 78/Victor 20-3781 (Phil Harris with Walter Scharf and His Orchestra)
3. Original Ragtime/Original Boogie Woogie/Original Piano Blues, CD/Universal 980 887-3 (Claude Bolling)
4. Cakewalks, Rags & Blues - Military Style, CD/Renovation Records 7003 (unknown performer)

Ragtime Opera  (aka “Lucia Sextette Burlesque,” “Opera Burlesque,” and “Ragtime Sextette”) (M/L: Irving Berlin) (parody of “Chi Mi Frena” from LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR by Gaetano Donizetti;  originally used in THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY and subsequently used in COME OVER HERE):

1. 78/Victor 17119  (Billy Murray and the Vaudeville Quartette with orchestra)
2. 78/HMV 2-4034  (American Quartet with orchestral accompaniment)

Rose Of Pyramid Land:

1. 78/Victor 17173 (Helen Clark and Walter J. Van Brun with orchestra)

That Baboon Baby Dance (M: Joe Cooper; L: Dave Oppenheim) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Victor 17077 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan)
2. 78/Columbia A 1172 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan with orchestral accompaniment)

Where The Edelweiss Is Blooming:

1. 78/Columbia A 1225 (Beulah Gaylord Young, Henry Burr, and the Peerless Quartette with orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Boola Boola (Act 2 Finale)
College Days (Opening, Act 2)
The Dawn Of Love (not in programs)
Dixie Love (Song)
The Dollar Bill’s The Flag That Rules The World
The Hanky Panky Glide (M: Harry Cooper; Joe Cooper; L: Ballard Macdonald)
I’ll Take A Ragtime Tune (not in programs)
The Lyre Bird And The Jay
Meet Me At The Stage Door To-night
The Minstrel Man (Here Comes My Minstrel Man) (cut after opening)
My Hero (parody on The Chocolate Soldier)
The Old-Time Ball (cut)
Opening Chorus
(Under) The Ragtime Flag
Roll On Missouri (not in  programs)
Someone Is Coming From Dixie (M: Henry Clay Smith; L: Raymond A. Browne) (interpolated per sheet music)