UP AND DOWN BROADWAY



Composer: Jean Schwartz
Lyricist: William Jerome

Opened: July 18, 1910, Casino Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 72


In Chinatown (Chinatown, My Chinatown):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this standard beyond composer renditions.
1. Carousel Of American Music, CD/Music & Arts CD-971 (Jean Schwartz, piano)


(Sweet) Italian Love (M: Ted Snyder; L: Irving Berlin) (dropped during the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Edison 10427 (Billy Murray)
2. 78/Victor 16790 (Billy Murray)
3. The Nina, The Pinta And The S.S. Leviathan, CD/Santa Maria (The New Leviathan Oriental Foxtrot Orchestra)


Kiss Me, My Honey, Kiss Me (M: Ted Snyder; L: Irving Berlin) (also used in JUMPING JUPITER):

1. CYL/Indestructible 1439 (Elida Morris)
2. CYL/Edison Amberol (Ada Jones and Billy Murray)
3. 78/Aretino D700 (Elida Morris)
4. 78/Oxford 4593 (Elida Morris)
5. 78/Columbia A 906 (Elida Morris)
6. 78/Victor 16807A (Elida Morris)
7. With Love, CD/Dance Street DST 770652 (Amanda Lear) (unverified)
8. When The Silverís Gone, CD/Disc Makers (Buster Blue) (unverified)
9. Chip Deffaa's Irving Berlin Rediscovered: Rare Songs Of Love And Longing, CD/Garrett Mountain Records CDP JT 1018 (Dylan Adams)       


(Oh,) That Beautiful Rag (M: Ted Snyder; L: Irving Berlin) (also used in THE GIRL IN THE KIMONO and THE JOLLY BACHELORS):

1. CYL/Edison 10438 (Stella Mayhew and Billie Taylor) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 2: 1908-1913, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9053-5]
2. CYL/Albany Indestructible 1424 (Arthur Collins and Albert Harlan)
3. 78/Phono-Cut 5013 (Arthur Collins with orchestra)
4. 78/Columbia A-0853 (Arthur Collins)
5. 78/Zonophone 5653A (Arthur Collins)
6. 78/Columbia A 951 (Princeís Orchestra)
7. Irving Berlinís America, CD/Original Cast OC2013 (Michael Townsend with musical direction by Richard Danley)
8. Irving Berlinís Ragtime Revue, CD/Chip Deffaa Productions CDP 330 (Missy Drier, Jonah Barricklo, Emily Bordonaro, Michael Kasper, and Michael Czyz with musical direction by Richard Danley)
9. Chip Deffaa's Irving Berlin Rediscovered: Rare Songs Of Love And Longing, CD/Garrett Mountain Records CDP JT 1018 (Jon Peterson and Michael Townsend Wright with musical direction by Richard Danley)


Unrecorded Material:

(Everybody Is) Bagpipe Crazy (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Chocolate Soldier
Come Down To Earth(, My Dearie)
The Dope Fiend (M: Melville Ellis)
(In) 1861
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
The Gathering Of The Clans (dropped for the subsequent tour)
(Iím) The Ghost Of Kelly
Go On Your Mission
Have A Smile With Momus
I Am Melpomene
I Want A Lot Of Girlie Girlies (I Want A Whole Lot Of Girls)
Iím Always Happy When Iím Sad (sheet music only)
The Kellerman Girlie (sheet music only)
(Iím) The Lily
Mary Ann
The Military Glide (March)
(My Operatic) Samson And Deliah (dropped for the subsequent tour)
New York Isnít Such A Bad Old Town (sheet music only)
Opening Chorus (Act 2)
Opening Ensemble (Act 1)
The Pretty Little Girl Inside
A Soldierís Life Is Grand (sheet music only)
The Spanish Fandango Rag  (Dreamy Fandango Tune)
There Must Be A Girl In The Moon (sheet music only)
Throw Up Your Hands (sheet music only)
The Ticket Speculators
When Sistí Tetraziní Met Cousin Carus (cut)
Where Are Your Actors (sheet music only)
While Under The Jungle Moon (dance) (M: Nat Vincent)