Composer: Frederick Loewe
Lyricist: Earle Crooker

Opened: July 12, 1937, St. Louis Municipal Opera House, St. Louis, Missouri

A Waltz Was Born In Vienna (from THE ILLUSTRATORS' SHOW and THE LAMBS SPRING GAMBOL (1936)):

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.

Other Songs:

Another Lovely April Day
High Pressure
Law Is Law
Life Is Tough
Love Is Love
One Robin Doesn't Make A Spring (later used in LIFE OF THE PARTY)
Salute To Spring
Somehow (later used in LIFE OF THE PARTY)
Time Off For Love
A Very Charming Spot