THE ROSE GIRL



Composer: Anselm Goetzl
Lyricist: William Cary Duncan

Opened: February 11, 1921, Ambassador Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 99

Note: This show was called MAID TO LOVE out of town.


Dear Little Rose Girl:

1. 78/Odeon Od 20039 (Joseph Knecht’s Waldorf Astoria Dance Orchestra)


Ma! (He's Making Eyes At Me) (M: Sidney Clare; L: Con Conrad) (sheet music only) (also used in THE MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS OF 1921 and KID BOOTS):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this standard.


My (Old) New Jersey Home (M: Nat Vincent; L: Ballard Macdonald):

1. 78/Emerson  10352 (Fred Hillebrand)
2. 78/Victor 18748 (Billy Murray with orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

All The World Loves A Winner (sheet music only)
The Ballet Des Perfumes (cut after opening) (includes an unidentified waltz by Johannes Brahams and “Some Day” by Anselm Goetzl)
Beauty’s Candy Shop
Down Where The Mortgages Grow (cut)
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
Flirtation Quaratette
Ghosts (cut)
The Girl You Never Have Kissed (sheet music only)
The Hour With You (cut after opening)
I Am A One Girl Boy (aka “The One Girl Boy”) (added after opening)
I Love The Love That’s New (sheet music only)
If You Keep Them Wondering (sheet music only)
Lingerie
Magnetism (cut)
May And September
A Nice Little Girl On The Side (cut)
Opening Chorus
Perfume Number (cut)
The Proteges
Quarrel Number
The Rose Girl Blues
Rose Girl Waltz
Something New (sheet music only)
The Spanish Senorita
That One Sweet Hour With You
That’s Me
There Comes A Some Day
Toe Dance (added after opening)
When Our Sundays Are Blue
When That Somebody Comes
Wondrous Midnight Eyes