A Century of Musicals in Black and White: An Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works By, About, or Involving African Americans

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SONG INDEX
This is an index of songs and musical numbers cited for various shows throughout the encyclopedia. If variant titles are used for the same song, the earliest or best-known title is given first and the variant title is given in parentheses, or the variant words are enclosed within brackets. Where identical (or very similar) titles are used for more than one song, each title is listed separately and numbered consecutively -- (1), (2), (3) -- followed by specific page numbers. A page number in italics indicates that brief commentary or additional information about that song is given on that page.
"Absence," 139
"Accepting the Tolls," 351
"Accusation," 210
"Ace of Spades," 25
"Acting Ain't What It's Cracked Up to Be," 153
"Ada, My Sweet Potater," 289
"Adios, Adios," 202
" Afghanistan," 45
"Africana Stomp," 8
"African Dance," 285
"African Dip," 313
"After All I've Been to You," 357
"After the Ball," 312
"After You're Gone," 80-81
"After You've Gone," 35, 231, 260
"Ah Those Golden Slippers," 264
"Ain'tcha Glad You Got Music?," 183
"Aintcha Got Music," 164
"Ain't Going to Stay Here Any Longer," 103
"Ain't Gonna Let Nobody," 320
"Ain't It a Shame," 259
"Ain't It de Truth?," 196
"Ain't Love Grand," 112
"Ain't Marryin' Nobody," 279
"Ain't Misbehavin'," 11, 14, 173,174
"Ain't No Party," 115
"Ain't Puttin' Out Nothin'," 78
"Ain'tThat Right," 11
"Ain't That Something," 351
"Ain't We Got Love," 342
"Alabain'," 164
" Alabama," 139
"Alabama Bound Blues," 13
"Alabama Cadets, The," 228
"Alacon," 81
"Alaiyo," 225
" Albany," 177
"Alexander's Ragtime Wedding Day," 222
"All Aboard for Dixie Land," 240
"All Aboard for Dreamland," 89
"Allah Oh! Allah!," 142
"All by Myself," 58
"All Chinks Look Alike to Me," 360
"All Coons Look Alike to Me," 90-91
"All Day Long," 257
"All Hail the King," 359
"All Hail the Prince," 122
"All I Ask Is to Forget You," 171, 384
"Alligator Dance," 29
"All I Need," 112
"All in Good Time," 133
"All I Want Is My Honey," 359
"All I Want Is Plenty of Loving," 182
"All Kinds of People Make a Town," 103
"All of a Sudden It's Spring," 77
"All That I Ask Is Love," 329
"All the Same to Me," 64
"All the Time in Dixie," 139
"All the World to Me," 339

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Symbols xxi
  • Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works 1
  • Appendix: Chronology of Musical Shows 393
  • Information Sources 417
  • Name Index 435
  • Song Index 497
  • General Index 525
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