THE LAMBS SPRING GAMBOL (1936)
Lyricist: Earle Crooker
Opened: April 25, 1936, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, N.Y.C.
This revue contained a skit written by Earle Crooker entitled "A Waltz Was Born In Vienna." The titles of other songs, if any, besides "A Waltz Was Born In Vienna" included in the skit are not known.
A Waltz Was Born In Vienna (from THE ILLUSTRATORS' SHOW and later used in SALUTE TO SPRING):
1. 78/Brunswick 7643 (Larry
Stewart with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Dance-Tone 393 (Phil Reed, organ)
3. 78/Decca 743 (Joseph Sudy and Chorus with Henry King and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 3707 (Dick Robertson with orchestra conducted by Dick Robertson)
5. 78/Victor 25274 (The King's Men with Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra)
A radio transcription performed by Lily Pons and orchestra conducted by Andre Kostelanetz also exists.
Riverside Sailors (C: Perry
Wenrich; L: Harry Clarke)
The titles of other songs and skits in this revue are not known.