Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.6 A Salute to Fred Astaire: Top Hat, White Tie and Tails / The Carioca / Dancing in the Dark / I Won't Dance / The Continental 8:29 On Stage John Williams & Boston Pops Orchestra Philips 412 132-2
1.6 A Salute to Fred Astaire: Top Hat, White Tie and Tails / The Carioca / Dancing in the Dark / I Won't Dance / The Continental 8:27 On Stage John Williams & Boston Pops Orchestra Philips 412 132-1
1.4 A Salute to Fred Astaire: Top Hat, White Tie and Tails / The Carioca / Dancing in the Dark / I Won't Dance / The Continental 8:33 The Very Best of the Boston Pops John Williams & The Boston Pops Orchestra Philips
1.4 A Salute to Fred Astaire 8:33 The Very Best of the Boston Pops John Williams & The Boston Pops Orchestra Philips 432 802-2
1.5 A Salute to Fred Astaire 8:29 The Boston Pops Orchestra & John Williams Salute Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire & Judy Garland John Williams & The Boston Pops Orchestra Philips 454 727-2 PH

Relationships

arranger: Alexander Courage
conductor: John Williams (soundtrack composer & conductor)
orchestra: Boston Pops Orchestra
producer: John McClure (recording engineer and record producer)
recording of: Carioca (medley)
Dancing in the Dark (medley)
I Won’t Dance (medley)
The Continental (from The Gay Divorcee) (medley)
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails (medley)

Carioca

composer: Vincent Youmans
lyricist: Edward Eliscu
Gus Kahn

Dancing in the Dark

composer: Arthur Schwartz
lyricist: Howard Dietz
later translated versions: Le Bal des adieux
part of: The Band Wagon (1953 film)

I Won’t Dance

composer: Jerome Kern
lyricist: Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist)
Oscar Hammerstein II
Otto Harbach
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter)
publisher: Chappell Music Ltd.
Cotton Club Publishing
EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Memory Lane Music Ltd.
T.B. Harms Co.
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group)

The Continental (from The Gay Divorcee)

composer: Con Conrad (1934)
lyricist: Herb Magidson (1934)

Top Hat, White Tie and Tails

composer: Irving Berlin (1935)
lyricist: Irving Berlin (1935)
later translated versions: I frack och käpp och hög hatt
referred to in medleys: Medley: Top Hat, White Tie and Tails / Puttin’ on the Ritz
Top Hat Medley (Charlie Kunz)