Irving Berlin's American Musical Theater

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Annie Get Your Gun. [Original 1946 Cast] MCA Classics MCAD-10047. 1990.

Annie Get Your Gun. 1957 NBC Live Recording. With Mary Martin and John Raitt. Broadway Classics #19. Angel ZDM 0777 7 64765 2 0. 1993.

Annie Get Your Gun. An Original Cast Recording. RCA Victor. 1966. 1988.

Annie Get Your Gun. EMI Records / Musical Heritage Society 513335F. 1991.

As Thousands Cheer. World Premiere Cast Recording. Varese Sarabande VSD-5999. 1998.

Call Me Madam. Encores! Cast Recording. DRG 94761. 1995.

Everybody Step: Irving Berlin’s Music Box Revues and Other Songs from 1921–1925. Oakton Recordings. 2004.

Face the Music. Encores! Cast Recording. DRG-CD-94781. 2007.

Louisiana Purchase. 1996 Original New York Cast Recording. DRG 94766. 1996.

Miss Liberty. Original Broadway Cast. Sony Broadway. [1949] 1991.

Mr. President. Original Broadway Cast. Sony Broadway SK 48212. [1962] 1992.

Music Box Revues, 1921–1924. American Classics. 2005.

This Is the Army. Recorded by the Original All-Soldier Cast. Decca B0000831–02. [1942] 2003.

This Is the Army. The Original Soundtrack Recording. Hollywood Soundstage 4009.

The Ultimate Irving Berlin. Original Cast Recordings. Two Volumes. Pearl GEM 0116 and 0117. [Vol. 1: 1910–1916; Vol. 2: 1917–1927]

Watch Your Step. Off Broadway Cast. Original Cast OC-6009.

Yip! Yip! Yaphank! American Classics. 2010.

Ziegfeld Follies of 1919. Smithsonian Collection R 009. 1977.

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