THE POT OF GOLD



Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: November 26, 1912, Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity House, Yale, New Haven, CN
Performances: 2

Note: An a capella recording of certain unknown songs from the score was made by Donaldson Clark.


Longing For Dear Old Broadway:

1. Evil Under The Sun, CD/DRG 12615 (orchestra conducted by John Lanchberry)


Other Material:

At The Rainbow
Bellboys
Exercise
Ha, Ha, They Must Sail For Siberia
I Love You So
I Want To Be Married (To A Delta Kappa Epsilon Man)
I Wonder Where My Girl Is Now (only partial music survives)
If I Were A Football Man (not used)
It’s Awfully Hard When Mother’s Not Along
Loie And Chlodo
My Houseboat On The Thames
My Salvation Army Queen
Scandal
She Was A Fair Young Mermaid
Since We’ve Met
So Let Us Hail
That Rainbow Rag (not used; no lyric survives)
We Are So Aesthetic
What A Charming Afternoon
What An Awful Hullabaloo
When I Used to Lead The Ballet (subsequently used in SEE AMERICA FIRST)