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Past Weekly Tunes in Alphabetical Order

If you have landed here directly, Welcome! Click on any title below for a short written commentary and to hear the song.   Lyrics are included. Instrumentation varies from solo piano to combos, some with vocals, some without. For my solo piano CD (and iTune downloads), or the current Weekly Tune, click the appropriate tab at left.  Am always open to comments and requests for future tunes.

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All Through the Day (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II)

All Through the Night  (Cole Porter)

April Love    (Sammy Fain)

A Second Chance (Previn and Langdon)

Autumn Nocturne (Josef Myrow)

Autumn in New York (Vernon Duke)

The Bad and the Beautiful (David Raksin)

Call Me Irresponsible (Van Heusen, Cahn)

The Christmas Waltz (Jule Styne)

A Cottage for Sale (Willard Robison, Larry Conley)

Count Your Blessings (Irving Berlin)

Don't Blame Me (Jimmy McHugh)

Dream Dancing (Cole Porter)

Et Maintenant?   (Gilbert Becaud)

From This Moment On   (Rodgers & Hart)

The Girl from Ipanema (Carlos Jobim)

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (traditional)

Good Morning, Heartache (Higgenbotham, Drake, Fisher)

Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry   (Styne, Cahn)

The Happy Time (Kander and Ebb)

Haunted Heart (Dietz and Shwartz)

Heart and Soul (Hoagy Carmichael, Frank Loesser)

Hymne a l'Amour (Marguerite Monnot, Edith Piaf)

I Concentrate on You (Porter)

If I Ruled the World   (Ornadel, Bricusse)

I'll String Along With You (Harry Warren)

I'm Old Fashioned (Jerome Kern)

In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning (Mann and Hilliard)

Isn't It A PIty?   (George and Ira Gerswhin)

Isn't This a Lovely Day (To be Caught in the Rain?) (Berlin)

It Might As Well Be Spring (Rodgers and Hammerstein)

It Never Entered My Mind (Rodgers and Hart)

It Seems to be Spring (Richard Whiting)

I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling (Fats Waller, Harry Link, Billy Rose)

June in January (Robin and Rainger)

Just In Time (Jule Styne, Comden, Green)

Keep Christmas with You (All Through the Year)

The Lady's in Love With You  (Lane, Loesser)

Let's Call The Whole Thing Off (George Gershwin)

Let's Face the Music (Berlin)

Limehouse Blues (Braham)

Love is Here To Stay (Gershwin)

Make Believe   (Kern and Hammerstein)

Manhattan (Rodgers and Hart)

Me, Myself and I    (Gordon, Roberts, Kauffman)

Merry Christmas, Darling   (Carpenter, Pooler)

Mind if I Make Love to You?   (Cole Porter)

Moonlight Becomes You (Van Heusen, Burke)

The Nearness of You (Hoagy Carmichael)

Nuages (Clouds) (Django Reinhart)

Old Folks (Robison, Hill)

Ole Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael)

On a Slow Boat to China (Loesser)

Penthouse Serenade  (Burton, Jason)

Polka Dots and Moonbeams (Van Heusen, Burke)

The Rainbow Connection   (Williams)

Red Sails in the Sunset (Williams (Grosz) and Kennedy)

Saving All My Love for You  (Gerry Goffen, Michael Masser)

A Second Chance (Previn and Langdon)

September in The Rain    (Harry Warren)

Somebody Loves Me (Gershwin)

Sophisticated Lady (Ellington)

Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year (Frank Loesser)

StarDust (Carmichael, Parrish)

Sunday Kind of Love  (Belle, Leonard, Rhodes, Prima)

S'Wonderful   (Gordon, Roberts, Kaufman)

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Tea for Two (Vincent Youmans)

There's a Lull in My Life (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)

There's a Small Hotel (Rodgers and Hart)

There Will Never Be Another You (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)

Time After Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)

'Tis Autumn (Henry Nemo)

What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? (Frank Loesser)

What Is There To Say?   (Vernon Duke)

What Now, My Love?   (Gilbert Becaud)

Where or When (Rodgers and Hart)

A Wink and a Smile

Winter Was Warm   (Julie Styne, Bob Merrill)

Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (Barris)

You Leave Me Breathless (Hollander)

Young and Foolish  (Hague, Horwitt)


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