THE LAND OF NOD
and THE SONG BIRDS



Composer: Joseph E. Howard
Lyricist: Frank Adams; Will M. Hough

Opened: April 1, 1907, New York Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 17

Note: The SONG BIRDS (M: Victor Herbert; L: George V. Hobart) was a portion of the second act of THE LAND OF NOD.   That skit was first performed on May 13, 1906 at the Lambs Club, and repeated as part of the Ladiesí Gambol at the Broadway Theatre on May 18, 1906.


Cross Your Heart (originally used in THE UMPIRE):

1. 78/Columbia A 271 (Corinne Morgan and Frank C. Stanley)


Finale:

1. The Dream Girl/The Song Birds, CD/Comic Opera Guild CDG14P-1M (Thomas Petiet, Robert Douglas, Jim Cavalcoli, Sarah Briggs, Jeffrey Willetts, David Troiano, Paul Clark, Barbara Scanlon, Mitch Gillett, Claudia Wier, Chris Grapentine, and Anne Gray with Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson, pianos)


Opening:

1. The Dream Girl/The Song Birds, CD/Comic Opera Guild CDG14P-1M (Jim Cavalcoli, Robert Douglas, Anne Gray, Thomas Petiet, and Claudia Wier with Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson, pianos)


Trio (Adagio, Staccato):

1. The Dream Girl/The Song Birds, CD/Comic Opera Guild CDG14P-1M (Barbara Scanlon, David Troiano, and Paul Clark with Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson, pianos)


Trio (I Love Mazuma Best):

1. The Dream Girl/The Song Birds, CD/Comic Opera Guild CDG14P-1M (Claudia Wier, Mitch Gillett, and Chris Grapentine with Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson, pianos)


Unrecorded Material:

Ainít It Foolish (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Amateur Night   (M/L: Joseph Hart)
April Fool Ditty (cut)
The Awakening Of Bonnie (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Belle Of Bald Head Row
Blame The Weather Man (added for the subsequent tour)
Bonnie (Briar Bush) (added for the subsequent tour)
Burglarís Serenade (sheet music only)
Cock-A-Doodle-Doo (cut)
Come On, Letís Two Step (added for the subsequent tour)
Dear Heart (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
The Devilís Serenade (cut)
The Devilsí Cake Walk
The Girl You Dream About (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Hammerstein (M: Victor Herbert; L: George V. Hobart) (used in THE SONG BIRDS)
A Heart To Let (L: Joseph E. Howard) (sheet music only)
How Was I To Know (added for the subsequent tour)
I Could Learn To Love You If Youíd Only Let Me Try (M: Harry Armstrong; L: Felix E. Feist) (interpolated for the subsequent tour)
Iíve Taken Quite A Fancy To You (M: Theodore Moore; L: Edward Madden) (interpolated for the subsequent tour)
If You Grow Tired Little Girl (added to the subsequent tour)
In The Shade Of My Bungalow (cut)
Itís Great To Be An Actor (added for the subsequent tour)
Jealousy (not in programs)
Jingles And Jokes (added for the subsequent tour)
Just A Paper Doll (sheet music only)
Just One More
The Land Of Nod (cut; also used in HIS HIGHNESS THE BEY)
Love Contagious (cut)
The Lullaby (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Mazuma (The Plaint Of The Prima Donna) (M: Victor Herbert; L: George V. Hobart) (used in THE SONG BIRDS) (possibly the same as "I Love Mazuma Best")
Merry Old King (cut)
My Cinderella
The Nightmare March (The Nightmare And Goblin March) (added for the subsequent tour)
Nonsense (cut)
Once More To Dream (added to  the subsequent tour)
The Same Old Moon
(The) Same Old Story
Smarty (cut)
Sneeze Time (M/L: Joseph Hart)
The Wedding Of The Chafing Dish (And The Alcohol Lamp) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
When You Grow Tired Just Let Me Know (L: Addison Burkhardt) (sheet music only)
Yankeeland (M: Victor Herbert; L: George V. Hobart) (used in THE SONG BIRDS)
You Canít Keep A Good Man Down (added for the subsequent tour)
You Look Good To Father (dropped for the subsequent tour)